The #edtech podcast that explores how technology is changing the way teachers teach and the impact that technology is having in education.Whether you use it or not, technology is changing the way we teach and how our students learn.
Summer Vacation is here and I'm enjoying some time with family. Listen for a brand new episode on July 21, 2019. For now, let's revisit a great conversation from November 2016. Angela Cleveland and Saqi Mehta, founders of ReigningIt are joined by my former Rutgers student Sierra Gratale for a round-table discussion about creating a #STEM dialogue inclusive of every woman. Support for this episode of House of #EdTech comes from: SummerPD.com - Use Promo code: HOUSEOFEDTECH Grammarly Audible.com Domain.com Listeners Like You! Become a Patron... Complete show notes: http://chrisnesi.com/74 ** SEGMENTS ** (1:34) Intro (5:30) Featured Content - ReigningIt - Closing the gender gap in STEM. (48:05) House of #EdTech VIP - Chrissy Romano ** FEEDBACK ** Call: (732) 903-4869 Voxer: mrnesi Email: email@example.com Twitter: @mrnesi Send a voice message from http://www.chrisnesi.com
In June 2018 I had the honor of appearing on the Teaching, Learning, Leading K12 Podcast hosted by Steve Miletto! Enjoy! If you enjoy the show you should consider subscribing. -- Chris and I talk about why some people have tech phobias or believe that they can't do tech in the classroom. We also discuss how tech can best serve the classroom teacher as well as the obstacles that many teachers face in using technology for learning. Chris is definitely a podcaster. We spent some time reflecting on the House of #EdTech and the education podcasting network. I thoroughly enjoyed talking with Chris. There is so much to learn and think about. Thanks for listening and I hope that you will share this episode with your friends, colleagues, and family. Enjoy!
Are you an edtech coach that's wondered if you're reaching enough teachers and students? Communicating enough with admin? Sometimes these questions are self-imposed, but sometimes the questions come from other people.
You might also wonder if you are having an impact ... even when you are NOT with that teacher you coached? I'm going to share some tips and advice to reaffirm your place as an edtech coach.
Many teaching methods and resources that use technology effectively engage students and build their skills, but many of us hit roadblocks when actually using technology in the classroom.
Consider the 10 ways discussed in this episode to easily add technology to your classroom today!
Cade Somers and Michelle Shelton host Across the Hall which is a podcast created mainly for English teachers who want to know how to use various tech resources and strategies in their classrooms but need some specific ideas geared toward the ELA curriculum. While the show may be geared toward English teachers, you will also find some great ideas that can be applied in other classrooms as well.
My Dad, John Nesi, first appeared on episode 100 of the podcast and so many of you reached out with your compliments about our conversation so I decided to bring him back into the studio for another education conversation.
March is all about #TryPod! Let's talk about the podcasts we LOVE!
There are a lot of people out there—about four-fifths of Americans—who don't get what you're doing right now. But they should, because podcasts are awesome and the more people listening to them, the better. I could be a little jaded with that last statement...
Lindsy Stumpenhorst is a connected elementary principal in a rural community, in Illinois, two hours west of Chicago. She's social media savvy as she leverages Twitter, Instagram, and Voxer for a variety of different things.
Let's talk #OneWord 2018 and more!
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(1:20) Intro - Happy New Year!
(8:45) House of #EdTech Thought - New Year, New Nesi!
(14:20) House of #EdTech Recommendation - Certify'em
(16:07) Featured Content - #OneWord 2018
(29:40) House of #EdTech VIP - Christopher Harris
At long last, I am finally talking about How to Podcast! This is part one of a three-part series where provide my insight on how to start podcasting. However, as Simon Sinek points out, we need to start with why.