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Emily Breakfield of Harlem Consolidated School District #122 joins EdTech Heroes to explain how she approaches video creation to help teachers, the types of videos teachers create for students, and how students can use them and keep track of their progress.See the full video of the episode here!
Sam Kary joins the EdTech Heroes podcast to discuss how teachers can use technology such as video as not only a means but also a goal and encourage students to learn, embrace, and explore it. As a result, we hear why Sam believes creativity and flexibility are essential skills that teachers must pass on to students.
In this episode of the EdTech Heroes podcast, host Nef Dukes welcomes Toni Rose Deanon, the community engagement manager at Modern Classrooms Project. They discuss the benefits of social-emotional learning, how video tools help students learn at their own pace, and why teachers should let their personalities shine in the classroom.
Using Video to Teach Students of Any Age with Sarah Moon
In this episode of the EdTech Heroes podcast, host Nef Dukes welcomes Sarah Moon, Elementary Instructional Coach and Interventionist at Durham Public Schools. They chat about the benefits of using videos in education, why customization is vital, and how to create a genuine connection with your students.
In this episode of the EdTech Heroes podcast, host Nef Dukes welcomes Rich Stachon, Art and Design Educator at Glen Crest Middle School. They talk about the importance of exposing students to technology as early as possible, why teachers don't have to be tech experts, and how to use technology to teach kids to appreciate art.
In this episode of EdTech Heroes, host Nef Dukes welcomes Sultan Rana, a teacher and course director. They discuss the importance of community and parent engagement in the classroom and different tools for improving the learning experience. Connect with Sultan here!
In this episode of EdTech Heroes, our host Nef Dukes welcomes Alice Keeler, a math teacher, EdTech influencer, and author. They discuss technology in the classroom, personalized learning, and the importance of data in creating a curriculum. Alice also shares why good work-life balance is a prerequisite for becoming an excellent teacher.
How Four Cs Help Teachers Incorporate Tech Into Lessons
In this episode of EdTech Heroes, Adam Juarez discusses the importance of the 4C's (Creativity, Collaboration, Communication, and Critical Thinking) in designing lessons. He and host Nef Dukes discuss ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) events, Adam's participation, and describe some of his sessions!
Get the show notes here! In this episode of EdTech Heroes, host Nef Dukes welcomes Technology Integration Specialist, Melissa Fierro. They chat about the benefits of video tools, why it's better to create personalized videos for students, and how to effectively remix different teaching strategies.
Get the full show notes here for links and more!In this episode of EdTech Heroes, host Nef Dukes welcomes Renee Dawson, an EdTech specialist at Long Middle School. They chat about using Twitter to network with other EdTech specialists, why practice makes permanent, and how to "gamify" the learning experience.
Get the show notes here. In this episode of EdTech Heroes, host Nef Dukes and Eric Curts discuss the role of influencers in education, tools teachers should use in the classroom, and how using video takes learning to a higher level.
In this episode of the EdTech Heroes podcast, host Nef Dukes welcomes Olivia Nelson, the Professional Development Lead at Screencastify. They chat about the importance of keeping students engaged during the summer, how to use video to spur students' creativity, and why balance is everything.
How to Introduce Video in Your Classroom with Al Thomas
In this episode of the EdTech Heroes podcast, host Nef welcomes Al Thomas, a filmmaker, photographer, and former educator. They talk about the value of creativity, how to introduce it into the classroom, and why it's more important than ever to teach students creative thinking!
Read the show notes here.Start your journey with video in the classroom now! https://scrncstfy.com/3J49jt0In this episode of the EdTech Heroes podcast, Nef welcomes educator, blogger, entrepreneur, and CEO of Chromebook Classroom John Sowash. They talk about the future of education, how to prepare students for the world, and the tremendous benefits that technology offers to both students and teachers.
Get the show notes here!In this episode of EdTech Heroes, host Nef Dukes welcomes Mandy Adams of Franklin Public Schools. Mandy and Nef discuss why teachers should use video in their classroom and its benefits in helping students to learn and demonstrate how they understand the material and collaborate with the community.
Read show notes here!In this episode of EdTech Heroes, host Nef Dukes talks to teacher, author, and podcast host, Jake Miller. They discuss the role of technology in today's classroom and the ways teachers can benefit from leveraging video. They also touch upon flexible learning and emphasize the advantages of allowing students to access the material and learn at their own pace.
In this episode of EdTech Heroes, host Nef Dukes welcomes pioneer of the Flipped Class Movement, Jon Bergmann. The discussion touches on the benefits of flipping classrooms, what mastery learning is all about, and why students should have more control over their learning.
In this episode of EdTech Heroes, host Nef Dukes welcomes Natalie Conway, a teacher and instructional coach at SYS Education. They talk about the benefits and challenges of online education, how to connect with your students, and why instructional coaching is extremely valuable for teachers.
See Ron's webinar appearance here.Get the full show notes here.And learn more about video in the classroom here!In this episode of EdTech Heroes, host Nef Dukes chats with Ron Carroll, the Manager of Instructional Technology at Chicago Public Schools. Ron and Nef discuss the most common tech-related challenges teachers face today and encourage them to reach out to the tech person in their school for help in overcoming them.
Get the show notes here and find all of our Screencastify Shorts here!In this episode of EdTech Heroes, Nef Dukes welcomes Heather Esposito, the PLC Coordinator and District Teacher Technology Coach at Cherry Hill New Jersey School District. They discuss the best tips for using technology in classrooms, encouraging student engagement in class, and finding the tools that can be used for any school subject.
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