edtechradio

On this channel we discuss integrating, teaching and learning through education technology.  We also identify the best education apps, teaching tools and digital resources for teaching and learning. Here you'll also find interviews with the developers of the EdTech Top 50 most useful edtech resources, along with new and noteworthy edtech developers.

Benefits and Challenges of Being a Connected Educator

Discovery Educator Network
David Fisher with Katie Warren, Joe Fromme, Sandy Macdougall

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October is Connected Educator Month so we decided to talk to a panel of DEN Connected educators about what being connected means to them. In this segment they share both the benefits and challenges of being connected.

@davidfisher65 @TechyNana

@joecfro @aemacdougall @bamradionetwork

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Bridging the Gap Between IT and Tech Integrators

Tom Murray, Sharon Plante, Alex J Podchaski, Susan M. Bearden, Katrina Stevens

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In this premier episode of EdTechChat Radio, the founders explore the challenges of bridging the gap between school IT staff, tech integrators, classroom teachers and students.

Follow: @thomascmurray @iplante @ajpodchaski @s_bearden @KatrinaStevens1 @bamradionetwork

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Can Flipping the Classroom with a Twist Close the Gap?

Steven Anderson with Kelly Morgan, Ph.D.

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Welcome to the first episode of EdTech Radio with Steven Anderson. In this segment Steve invites a teacher who is flipping her classroom in a creative way and getting impressive results.

Follow: @web20classroom,@bamradionetwork

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Can Smackdowns, Food Fests or Flipping Produce Faculty Meetings Teachers Love?

Close Encounters
Tom Murray, Nancy Blair, Jerry Blumengarten

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A vibrant discussion on ways to turn around the dreaded faculty meeting. Highlights and commentary from the 3/26 Edchat.

Follow on Twitter: @blairteach, @thomascmurray

@cybraryman1 @bamradionetwork

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Can Video Games Really Meet Serious Learning Objectives?

Assessing the Game
Andrew Miller and Terry Heick with Don Norton

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All games used in the classroom are not created equal. Some can meet serious learning objectives, some can't. In this segment we talk about what makes a great and effective instructional game.

Follow on Twitter: @betamiller @teachthought @bamradionetwork

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Carving Out Time for Genius Hour on the Way to Common Core

Conflict of Interests
Tom Whitby and Nancy Blair, Angela Maiers

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Highlights and commentary from the 5/21/13 #Edchat on the Genius Hour and the challenge of balancing student-directed learning with the mandates of the common core curriculum.

Follow on Twitter: @blairteach, @tomwhitby @angelamaiers @bamradionetwork

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Catch 22: Teach Critical Thinking, But Don't Do it Too Well

Paradoxically Speaking
Catch 22: Teach Critical Thinking, But Don't Do It Too Well
Tom Whitby and Nancy Blair, John Spencer

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Our guest this week points out that teaching critical thinking can be dangerous. Tune in to highlights and commentary from the 5/28/13 #Edchat on the challenges of teaching critical thinking.

Follow on Twitter: @blairteach, @tomwhitby

@edrethink @bamradionetwork

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