In this episode of the METC miniPOD, April Wagner of the Northwest R-I School District shares about Pear Deck. April explains what this cool tech tool is and how it can be useful within the classroom. She also connects it to ISTE standards. Give it a listen!
In this METC miniPOD episode, our community guest is Carolyn Allen of the Hazelwood School District. Carolyn is a library media specialist and shares all about Wakelet. Carolyn provides some great practical uses of this cool tool. She also does a great job to connect Wakelet to the ISTE standards.
In this episode of the METC miniPOD, Samantha Hardesty Knoll of the Wentzville School District shares all about Google's Tour Creator. Sam explains how to work with the tool and how it connects to ISTE Standards for Students & Educators.
In this episode, our community guest is Ariel Jankord. Ariel shares about a great resource just in time for Computer Science week coming up in early December. Enjoy and be sure to checkout the miniPOD website on METCedplus.org.
Welcome to the 5th installment of the METC miniPOD. In this episode our community guests are Rashell Mehring and her son Max. Rashell is an instructional tech support for special school district. She, along with her son, share about the extension Read Write with Google. This sounds like an amazing tool that could benefit a lot of students!
We are excited to share more amazing information from our community! Presenting METC miniPODs. miniPODS will be 5 minute or less podcasts released every other week (on the off weeks of METC Podcasts). Each episode will be hosted by an awesome community guest. They will share 1 cool tech tool. They will share the purpose of the tool and how teachers and students can use it. They will also connect its use to the ISTE standards. Be sure to subscribe!