The House of #EdTech is celebrating its one-year anniversary! This episode is packed with 26 great recommendations you should know about. Each suggestion was submitted by a listener or former guest on the show.
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- NEW Places to listen to House of #EdTech
- Rebel Mouse example
- Connected Leadership: It’s Just a Click Away (Corwin Connected Educators Series)
- Revo Uninstaller
- principalpln.com – Principal PLN Podcast
- principallyspeaking.com – Principally Speaking Podcast
- Instructional Tech Talk Podcast
- TechEducator Podcast
Thank you to everyone who contributed to this list and the entire episode! The resources and recommendations appear in the same order they were mentioned in the episode.
- Kaizena – Stacey Lindes
- Rebel Mouse – Carina Gonzalez
- Digital Differentiation with Google Forms – Kasey Bell
- Easel.ly – Brett Jennings
- Remember the Milk | | – Jessica Johnson
- Umano – Carina Gonzalez
- Cuethink – Caryn Trautz
- LastPass | | – Derek Larson
- Learn2earn – Jessica Sanders
- Xmarks – Derek Larson
- Straw – Jeff Herb
- Good ToDo | | – Jennifer Cronk
- Authy | | – Derek Larson
- Google Form Choice Eliminator – Natalie O’Neill
- Piktochart – Joseph Iacono
- Caffeine | | – Derek Larson
- Google Now – Josh Gauthier
- AppCleaner – Derek Larson
- Twitter App | | – Spike Cook
- Glogster – Stacey Lindes
- Focus Time – Derek Larson
- Instapaper | | – Theresa Stager
- Readability for Chrome – Tim Charleston
- Newsela – Jason Bodnar
- Weebly | | – Alex Rosenwald
- DayOne Journal App | | – Katelyn Nesi
House of #EdTech VIP
You, the listeners and supporters! – Thank you for investing your time during the first year of the podcast!
Over the past year I have connected with a number of new people through the interviews I’ve done as well as at conferences I’ve attended.
I have looked forward to publishing each episode for you to receive my take and views on education and technology. Whether you’ve listened for a second or you haven’t missed an episode I am grateful that you have accepted me and welcomed me into your life.
I hope to connect with many more of you in the coming year as the podcast continues. If you’ve been hesitant to send feedback or contribute, please do not be shy! Just go to the House of #EdTech feedback page and connect with me!