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Aaron chats with Superintendent PJ Caposey on the challenges of finishing the school year strong amid Covid-19. Hear PJ's thoughts on how our district and community can constantly improve and set a culture for change.
Casey chats with Dr. Monica Burns about how to use technology creatively in the classroom and to promote school branding. Monica is an EDTech and Curriculum consultant, author, and former New York City public school teacher. Check out her website ClassTechTips.com for tips and tricks for promoting deeper learning with technology.
Casey talks with Kyle Calderwood about how he is using Virtual Reality in the classroom, how to get started, and things to watch out for. Some programs to get started:Engage VR (no headset required!) https://engagevr.io/ CoSpaces Augmented Reality https://cospaces.io/edu/
Aaron chats with Rabbi Akiva Fleischmann on what its like to facilitate technology within his private school. Rabbi Akiva speaks on community, digital citizenship, and chromebooks.
Listen in as Casey talks to Doug Alexander, the first technology director at Warwick Public Schools in Warwick, Rhode Island about protecting against ransomware with limited resources. Doug shares two resources, Configuring Email Security for you Domain, and Combating Cyber Threats.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tBAKaBwZN-FSIyrKoJ9aaBG8eQeQdZ1DwUxrBpWaxNk/edit?usp=sharinghttps://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1H5mb_g82CJaT_DcPtDyyJkQBgdq_0PncVP-1dWfhZYE/edit?usp=sharing
Casey Finestone speaks with Aaron Polansky, Superintendent of Old Colony Regional Vocational Technology High School, about what inspired him to write his two books, Dolphins in Trees and Beyond Us, and how he uses those values in his school.
E04 Jeff Mao - EdMoxie

E04 Jeff Mao - EdMoxie

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Aaron White speaks with Jeff Mao, Previous Learning Technology Policy Director for Maine DOE, about who is actually driving innovation in K12, Policy innovation, and more.
Danny McDonald sits down with IT Director Jim Frye from Upper Sandusky EV Schools. They discuss the history of innovation in K12, how to collaborate with other districts, and taking innovative risks for big payoffs. Jim works a lot with Google Schools and Google Summits, so feel free to listen and learn something new!
Casey Finestone and Thomas W. Giard III of Waterford Public Schools talk about vision, leadership styles, what school innovation truly means to them.
Dan Grimm Talks about technology, innovation, and how his team deals with upcoming change to his district.
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