In this week’s episode, I reflect on my time at the Georgia Ed Tech Convention. I have some news from Flipgrid and Google. A time-saving tip for Google apps in the treasure chest. And, of course, your question of the week.
I basically stopped trying to say anything to my entire class. Here’s why.
This year is going to be hard enough; we don’t need to make it harder than it already is.
In this debut episode, I share some helpful Chrome keyboard shortcuts, I tell the story of my journey in education, and listeners get connected to the 8-Bit Crew.
Stop talking, Start Influencing, by Jared Cooney Horvath, breaks down 12 key ideas from brain science and looks at how they can be implemented in the classroom. I first came across this book when Horvath was a guest on Jake Miller’s Educational Duct Tape podcast. After listening to the interview, I knew that I neededContinue reading “Book Review: Stop Talking, Start Influencing by Jared Cooney Horvath”
Copy and paste curriculums don’t work well because there’s one key element that is missing: you.
Since we’re all trapped at home teaching remotely, it’s a pretty good time to do some self-learning as well. Here are some of my favorite podcasts that I listen to weekly.
Those papers can wait. Lesson plans can wait. Take care of yourself. Because if you don’t, you’re no good to your students.
Students and teachers alike had to adjust and readjust plans and ideas to move from face-to-face interaction to online instruction. It was a week of learning and trial-and-error. I’ve put together a few tips that I gained after this past week to help you through this online learning process.
Edpuzzle has been one of my go-to sites to check student understanding.