On episode 22 of The Edtech PodSquad, the squad talks about planning, attending, and reflecting on the learning that takes place at conferences.
JP's Conference reflection sheet
Explore this topic more on The Bits & Bytes of Education episode 15 of JP's podcast, The Bits & Bytes of Education.
12 Days of Tech-mas
Day 1: Stop, Breathe, Think (@erin_lawson3)
Day 2: Audio for all in Google Slides - @joshchoward
Day 3: Screencastify - Guest Contributor @jwalterteach
Day 4: Canva - @JPPrezz Bonus: NEW Canva for Education
Day 5: Flipgrid - @jleetechpercent
Day 6: 3D Printing - Guest Contributor @awall777
Day 7: Scrible - @techknoll
Day 8: ShareyourLearning.org - @erin_lawson3
Day 9: SlidesGo - Guest Contributor - @taylortholen
Day 10: Google Earth creation tools - @techknoll
Day 11: Markup in Photos - @jpprezz
Day 12: Video recording in SeeSaw - Guest Contributor - @steinbrinkLaura
Connect with the PodSquad
On Episode 21 of The Edtech PodSquad, the Squad talks about starting a grant program in your school or district, new Google training resources, and new-to-us STEM packs.
Civil Air Patrol STEM Packs
Getting Started with Google for Education
Fox's Creation Station Grant Process
Connect with The Squad: @edtechpodsquad
Josh Howard: @joshchoward
Jonathon Lee: @jleetechpercent
Erin Lawson: @erin_lawson3
Samantha Hardesty-Knoll: @techknoll
JP Prezzavento: @jpprezz
On Episode 20 of The Edtech PodSquad, the squad discusses digital citizenship instruction in and out of the classroom. The Squad also welcomes a special guest, Amanda Moody, to talk about her experiences at the Google Innovator Academy.
Be Internet Awesome
Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI)
On episode 19 of The Edtech PodSquad, the Squad talks about why, when, and how to praise the amazing work teachers are doing. The Squad discusses Flipgrid, SeeSaw for Schools, and we find out what Jonathon's favorite emoji is.
On episode 17 of the Edtech Pod Squad, the Squad shares the second half of our ISTE 2019 presentation where we share the process and why behind the Edtech PodSquad.
Connect with the PodSquad on twitter @edtechpodsquad and check out our website edtechpodsquad.com
On episode 16, the PodSquad records live from #ISTE19 in Philadelphia, PA. The conversation revolves around the conference them of "Bold educators activating change". In the conversation we discuss creating tech leaders, identifying change agents, getting investment from school leaders, and MORE!
In this episode of the EdTech Podsquad, we first share some updates from Microsoft Teams and Google Sites. In the Coaches Corner we provide some useful tips while taking the Google Certifications. The Featured Content will provide many tips to create great conference proposals to increase your chances of getting accepted.
Complete show note at bit.ly/edtechpodsquad
On Episode 14, the Squad talks about planning and leading a district-wide tech conference, a few long awaited updates to G Suite, and Erin shares some huge news.
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View our full show notes at bit.ly/edtechpodsquad
In this episode of the EdTech PodSquad, we discuss how we would change what we did as educators within the classroom with all of the information we have now. Be sure to checkout the show notes at bit.ly/edtechpodsquad Thank you for listening!
On episode 12 of The Edtech PodSquad, the PodSquad is all together in one room and recording LIVE at the Midwest Educational Technology Conference. They share their biggest takeaways from the conference so far. Then, we will hear from the PodSquad and conference attendees about how to implement podcasting in the classroom.
For the full show notes go to bit.ly/edtechpodsquad
In this episode of the EdTech Podsquad we discuss the value of EdTech Certifications. Are they really worth the free advertisement we give to these companies? Find out our thoughts within the show. Catch up on some new tips and be sure to come see our next episode recorded LIVE at #METC19! You should also come to Philly in June to see us at #ISTE19! We are presenting a panel and a poster session. We hope to see you at any of these sessions! Stickers will be available at all!
Show notes are found at bit.ly/edtechpodsquad
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On episode 009 of The Edtech PodSquad,the crew will answer the question “What would you say it is you do here” as everyone shared their job title, description, and how different their work actually is from what their job descriptions.
There is also some big news about the Edtech PodSquad coming to you LIVE at #METC19.
Check out our full show notes at bit.ly/edtechpodsquad
On episode 008 of the Edtech PodSquad, the Squad talks about meeting the needs of their teachers before, during, and after PD. Everyone shares a few new ways to reach teachers during PD. Then, find out where the Edtech PodSquad will be presenting, sharing, and causing trouble in the coming weeks.
Check out our full show notes at bit.ly/edtechpodsquad
Within this episode of the EdTech PodSquad, we discuss ways to motivate teachers to continue their learning of effective ways to integrate technology into the classroom. Be sure to connect to all of your hosts via Twitter! Show notes are available at bit.ly/edtechpodsquad
Welcome to another episode of the EdTech PodSquad! Summer has flown by and for many the new school year is right around the corner (if you haven't already begun!).
Enjoy this back to school episode from your favorite 5 Missouri EdTech Coaches. Be sure to checkout the show notes at bit.ly/edtechpodsquad
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Thank you for checking out our 5th episode! This is a special episode as Erin, Sam, JP and I were at ISTE18 when we recorded it. Josh was unable to attend, but was able to join us and moderate the episode. Finding a quiet place to record at ISTE is no small task, so we apologize as the sound quality is not the best. We share a bunch of take-aways from our ISTE experience. Be sure to check out the show notes at bit.ly/edtechpodsquad for information! Also be sure to follow these hashtags: #ISTE18, #NotAtISTE18, #METCpd
Not able to make it to ISTE? METC is a premier affiliate of ISTE. Our annual regional conference every February attempts to provide our participants with the ISTE conference feel at a MUCH smaller scale! This wouldn't be possible without our presenters! If you are interested in presenting at #METC19, go to metcedplus.org and click on the proposal submission link! Deadline is fast approaching! Don't miss your opportunity to share your knowledge with 2,000+ educators.
In the latest version of the EdTech PodSquad, we discuss what it means to be a Technology Coach. Listen as we ponder each question and share our experiences within becoming a technology coach. Checkout the list of people to follow on Twitter within the show notes at bit.ly/edtechpodsquad. Thank you for checking out this month's episode! Connect with each of us on Twitter!
In this episode, the PodSquad talk about how every educator can benefit from a coach. We share our experiences with coaching in the area of edtech.
Be sure to checkout the article and all of the upcoming PD being offered by your hosts this summer! All can be located in the show notes for this episode.
Join us as we discuss the importance of an Innovation Class. Learn how our districts are bringing innovation opportunities to our students. We also share our thoughts on an article from Jennifer Gonzales on this topic. All information on the article and all podcasts we shared can be located within the show notes link below.
Show notes - bit.ly/edtechpodsquad