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AppSmashing in the Science Classroom with @JdelaneyJoAnn

Join JoAnn Delaney for an App-smashing adventure. Science is all around our towns! Learn how her students use digital images, QR GPS codes, I-Nigma, Educreations screen-casting, Google Maps, Google Earth, and Augmented Reality-LayAR to share their learning with people all over the world! It’s a lesson SLAM with students! JoAnn is a 6th Grade Middle […]

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How To Get Chromebooks for Your Classroom with @LS_Karl

In this episode, Karl explains how he was able to get devices in his classroom despite funding issues. He started with Donor Choose to do this and now has a class set of Chromebooks. If you have been wondering how you can get devices in your classroom this is the EduSlam for you. His inspiring message […]

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Digital Portfolios in the Primary Classroom with @kathycassidy

Kathy Cassidy has been a pioneer  leading the way with student digital portfolios. In this episode, she discusses how she gets her grade one students to create digital portfolios using edublogs. This practical EduSlam will help you get started on using Student Digital Portfolios with your students! Kathy Cassidy’s Bio: Elementary teacher in Moose Jaw, […]

The Power of Blogging and Quality Comments with Linda Yollis

The Power of Blogging and Quality Comments with Linda Yollis

This will go down as one of our best EduSlams ever! Linda Yollis is one of the best educators Tanya and I have ever met! In this episode, she will talk about how important both blogging and commenting our for our students. She will EduSlam how to teach and reinforce quality commenting skills, how she […]

A Non-Scary Way to Show and Analyze Data from Google Forms with Jay Atwood

A Non-Scary Way to Show and Analyze Data from Google Forms with Jay Atwood

Just in time for Halloween, a non-scary way to use Google forms. In this episode we learn how to take data from a Google form and display it as an easy to read table that can be embedded on a site or page. This trick is really cool and an easy way for making use […]

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Thinglink as a Formative Evaluation Tool with @PaulSolarz

In this episode, Paul Solarz discusses how his fifth grade students are using Thinklink to demonstrate their understanding of classroom discussion and content. Thinglink is an online tool that helps you create and discover rich images. Students using Thinklink are able to make there images come alive by using with music, video, text, images, shops and more! […]

You will Croak for this App with @brholland

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! Follow Beth on Twitter @brholland and her weekly blog […]

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Rethinking the iPad as a Creation Device with @thomasdaccord

Tom Daccord of Ed Tech Teacher talks about rethinking the iPad as a creation device and not as a substitute for the laptop computer. This episode is based on the Edudemic article 5 Critical Mistakes Schools Make with iPads and How to Correct Them Follow Tom on Twitter at @thomasdaccord Meet the Ed Tech Teacher […]

Justin Reich

The #Onescreen Apps Rule With @bjfr

Justin Reich co-founder of EdTechTeacher discusses the importance of using #onescreen of apps when using the iPad with students. Learn more about the #onescreen movement and find more tips with Holly Clark’s article Join EdTechTeacher November 13-15 in Boston and February 3-5 in San Diego for the iPad Summit. Justin Reich, co-founder of EdTechTeacher, is the […]

David Theriault

Make it Memorable: Three Words that Make a Difference by David Theriault @davidtedu

David Theriault is an English Literature Teacher, from Southern California, who loves to take risks and meet new people. He has taught AP English Literature, AP English Language and Composition, and other ELA classes for eighteen years. He has also served as the Journalism advisor, Academic Decathlon coach, and he currently coaches various youth sports. […]