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- Episode 99 and the 2017 House of #EdTech Smackdown are coming! Get your submission in by December 1, 2017, and be a part of the LARGEST smackdown yet! Submit your entry here.
- I was recently presented with a little technology coach puzzle. I was given the following scenarios and asked to decide which order I would prioritize them and why. Here they are:
- Help a school secretary export a report from Power School to Google Sheets
- Help the Principal create and complete a slideshow for a BOE presentation
- A teacher approaches me to talk about this cool new app or tool and wants to know more about it
- A teacher asks me to teach them about Google Classroom because they want to start using it with their students.
- Here’s a first. I would like to share a couple of things I DO NOT recommend, yet you will find people recommending them for podcasting
- Blue Snowballs and Yeti microphones
- Be sure you’re locked in for episode 97 where I will give and justify my hardware and software recommendations
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- It allows you to produce long-form content.
- You build a personal connection with your audience.
- Your Audience Can Take You Almost Anywhere
- People Will Listen For A LONGER Time
- Connect With Professionals In Your Area of Interest
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- Less Competition
- It’s not expensive
- Podcasting Helps You To Find Your Voice
- Podcasting gives you Superpowers!
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RYAN MITCHELL – Has a BA in Psychology from University of Michigan and he studied Elementary Education at Indiana University @ South Bend.
He is currently a 4th-grade Teacher at Hums Elementary, home of the Roadrunners, in Mishawaka, IN.
Ryan is a Google Certified Educator Level 1 & 2 as well as a Seesaw ambassador & Flipgrid certified educator.
Ryan is big on #mysteryskype experiences for his students so be sure to connect with him!
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