Episode 44 of the EdTech TV Podcast interviews an anonymous member of a professional development organization trying to affect change using subversive tactics.
Episode 43 of the EdTech TV Podcast delves into using Iron Chef as inspiration for professional development and Lesson Planning. Kaz Shida and Ixchell Reyes walk us through how they created a successful workshop for teachers.
Episode 42 of the EdTech TV Podcast takes a look at the Apple Teacher Program and waves farewell to Evernote after they chose to dismiss their free users.
Episode 41 of the EdTech TV Podcast looks briefly at Pokemon Go and Instagram stories, and takes a look at California’s Higher Ed secret amongst teachers.
In episode 40 of the EdTech TV Podcast I cover some of the highlights of the CUE conference that took place in March in Palm Springs, CA. I take a specific look at the vendors, the sessions, and the people of CUE.
In episode 39 of the EdTech TV Podcast I talk with Sarah Thomas (@SarahDaTeechur) and Nicol Howard (@NicolRHoward) about creating a virtual multi-day session #EdCamp over Voxer. We explore how it was done, what was involved, and how people can copy the model.