You will Croak for this App with @brholland
In this episode, Beth Holland of Ed Tech Teacher shows us really amazing ways to use the Croak it app. With this app you can make 30 seconds of audio for things like reading fluency, foreign language pronunciation, and audio directions . The possibilities are unlimited!
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Beth Holland coordinates all of our communications – web sites, social media, and newsletters – as well as instructs at workshops, bringing expertise in elementary education as well as working with assistive technologies to the team. She has presented at the 2011 Global Education Conference, the EdTechTeacher Winter Conference, the Massachusetts Assistive Technology Expo, the MassCUE Technology Conference, Edscape, and the EdTechTeacher iPad Summit. Bringing over 12 years of education experience, she most recently served as the Director of Academic Technology at St. Michael’s Country Day School in Newport, Rhode Island. During her tenure at St. Michael’s, she implemented professional development programs to encourage faculty members to integrate technology into their elementary and middle school curricula, designed interdisciplinary, technology-rich projects, taught students in grades 2-8 during technology classes, coordinated with the Student Services Director to facilitate the integration of assistive technologies to support students, and helped to design their iPad pilot program. Before St. Michael’s, Beth worked as a researcher at the Naval War College in the Innovation Lab where she designed knowledge management plans to support blended communication environments and researched the potential to create an online environment to streamline training and education which she presented at I/ITSEC. She has also taught 9th grade English at the Rocky HIll School in East Greenwich, RI, and led adventure learning programs for ActionQuest in the Caribbean and Polynesia. Beth holds an Ed.M. in Technology, Innovation, and Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a B.S. in Communications from Northwestern University.