In this episode, Keven discusses the Future of Education Technology Conference with Jon Smith (@theipodteacher). Jon is a former educator turned Teacher Success Manager with Book Creator. They talk about the new concept of Book Noting (sketchnoting with Book Creator), FETC, and share stories from the conference. Listen to learn more!
In this episode of MAGIC Potion EDU, Keven interviews Kevin Chaja (@el_chakka) about his app (Moment AR), app development in the classroom, and what to expect at a large conference.
In this episode, Keven gives a quick update on the future of MAGIC Potion EDU and a healthy tip for a balanced teaching lifestyle.
In this episode, Keven discusses making learning magical for students with educator and author Tisha Richmond. An episode a long time in the making, Keven and Tisha look into a variety of topics that give teachers the opportunity to become better educators professionally while increasing the impact of their classroom on students.
In this episode, Keven discusses high school wrestling, social media, video newsletters and much more with principal Ryan McLane.
Ryan has been an educator for 20 years as a teacher, coach, and principal. He co-authored the book “Your School Rocks, So Tell People” with Eric Lowe. You can pick up a copy on Amazon here.
Learn more about video newsletters and daily positive messages on the “Your School Rocks” blog here.
In this episode, Keven discusses the life of a director of technology with Nick Rider. Nick is the Director of Technology at Carey Exempted Village Schools and is leading the charge with Esports Ohio, a grassroots campaign to kick off competitive esports at the high school level.
For more information about Esports Ohio, visit www.esportsohio.org
Need help getting esports started at your school? Check out this presentation to get things going (link)
Join the Esports Ohio Discord Channel (link)
In this episode, Keven discusses the fourth quarter of the school year and things to get your through the grind. Listen to hear about ideas to refresh yourself as an educator find that spark to get you through the year.
Links from the episode:
Book Creator: https://bookcreator.com/
Create! Conference: https://createconference.net/
G-Tech Summit: https://sites.google.com/genoaschools.com/g-techsummit
Find an EdCamp in your area at https://www.edcamp.org/attend
Get a book and read it! I like the Dave Burgess Consulting lineup: https://www.daveburgessconsulting.com/dbcibooks/
What I plan to read this summer, “Make Learning Magical” by Tisha Richmond: https://www.amazon.com/Make-Learning-Magical-Unforgettable-Experiences/dp/1946444995
In this episode, Keven catches up with Kelly Croy. Kelly is an educator, author, artist, and speaker. He currently serves as the Director of Innovation and Instruction at Port Clinton City Schools. Over his 28 years in education, Kelly has had a major impact on many students lives and helped to motivate teachers through podcasting, motivational speaking, and is a proven leader.
Kelly is the host of the Wired Educator Podcast, the
In this episode, Keven talks about the sessions, ideas, and tools he encountered at the Ohio Educational Technology Conference in Columbus, Ohio. There is a focus on esports, a variety of tools that were highlighted in sessions, and a dive into the Pear Deck Google Slides add-on.
View notes from #OETC19 attendees for nearly 100 of the sessions by clicking here.