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We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included June 29-August 11, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. Over the past two weeks there were many different topics we shared resources about but there were no trends that clearly came together. We had a small number [&hellip Tags: d…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included June 29-July 11, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode was the same top trend as was in our last episode: software. Resources include articles about the Apple OS updates on most [&hellip Tags: digital…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included June 29-July 11, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. As is often the case during this time of the year, the number of resources we flipped were lower than is typical. The top trend for this episode [&hellip Tags: Hardware, networ…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included June 15-28, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode was Instructional Design and Teaching Strategies. Resources include articles included a reflection on the impact of the pandemic on education, strateg…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included May 18-June 13 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode was the same as it was in our previous episode: Hardware and Software. Resources include articles about Web 3.0, instructional software introductio…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included May 2-18, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode is Hardware and Software. Resources include articles about Sonos voice-controlled digital assistant, Amazon’s new $60 tablet, Acer revealed an external …
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included April 16-May 1, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode is Hardware and Software. Resources include articles about feedback tools for students and teachers, the Mac OS server discontinued, issues with C…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included March 11-30, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode is Online Teaching and Learning. Resources include articles about m-learning strategies, improving outcome data, online presentation skills, and stud…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included March 11-30, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode is Instructional Design and Teaching. Resources include articles about the benefits of guided play, the future of learning, teaching creativity, and …
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included February 25 – March 11, 2022, as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode is one that has been a perennial trend: Hardware and Software. Resources include articles about new and updated Apple products (e.g., the Mac Studio), [&hellip …
 
Check out this podcast by Northern State University Student and South Dakota teacher, Quintin Pease about Symbaloo and the SAMR model (with the help of a guest). This podcast shares some excellent ideas for using Symbaloo!Dr. Gregory M. Francom
 
Check out this podcast by Northern State University Student and second grade teacher, Kaci Ulrich about twitter and the SAMR model. She shares some excellent ideas for using twitter, especially on the Modification and Redefinition levels.Dr. Gregory M. Francom
 
Have you ever wondered if there are any opportunities out there where you can apply and be awarded money for technology items in your classroom. Of course it isn't easy or guaranteed to get money or technology for your classroom, but it can be well worth it. Here are links to the opportunities that I discuss in the podcast episode: Ed Tech Team Gra…
 
We're finally back from winter break! This week, I discuss some really cool classroom response sites for active learning with mobile devices. Here are the links from this post: Screenleap Nearpod Poll Everywhere Socrative Padlet Lino Awwapp Plickers More information in my book - Educational Technology for Teachers - including a full list of recomme…
 
Throughout our history, we have asked important questions, such as, "why is there air?" "How many people does it take to change a light bulb?" and "Did the chicken or the egg come first?" One age old question that teachers have asked is, "should I create a class website or a class blog?" In this podcast episode I help to answer this age old questio…
 
Have you been asked to integrate technology in your classroom, but you don't know where to start? In this episode, I share some ideas from Doug Johnson's book, The Classroom Teacher's Technology Survival Guide. First I share some ideas to change non-technology-based activities into technology-based ones. Then I share about some basic and easy activ…
 
Have you ever wondered what types of interventions, teaching and learning practices and other items really make a difference for student learning? In this episode, we take a look at the interventions, teaching and learning practices and other elements have an above average effect on student learning. I discuss John Hattie's framework for Visible Le…
 
This week, Dr. Alan Neville, an expert in Multiple Intelligences, guest stars as we discuss learning styles and Multiple Intelligences. We dispel some myths surrounding these ideas and also discuss what the research says. Here are the multiple intelligences: Spatial Linguistic Logical-Mathmatical Bodily-Kinesthetic Musical Interpersonal Intraperson…
 
In our last podcast episode for this school year, I discuss the principles of Universal Design for Learning. Here is a nicely organized list of these principles: Provide multiple means of representation Provide options for perception Provide options for language, mathematical expressions and symbols Provide options for comprehension Provide multipl…
 
This week, I discuss a model of intrinsic motivation and how the proper use of technology can support intrinsic motivation for learning. Here are the four main elements of the taxonomy of intrinsic motivations: Control Challenge Curiousity Contextualization Reference: Malone, T. W., & Lepper, M. R. (1987). Making learning fun: A taxonomy of intrins…
 
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