In this episode, Keven discusses augmented, virtual reality, and 3d printing in the classroom with Jaime Donally.
Be sure to check out Jaime’s website: https://www.arvrinedu.com/
Find out about all of Jaime’s great concepts for AR/VR in her book, “Learning Transported”: https://www.iste.org/resources/product?id=4099
In this episode, Keven discusses educational technology, the importance of effective pedagogy, and the impact of positive culture with Tom Murray.
Tom is the Director of Innovation at Future Ready Schools, a non-profit based in Washington D.C.
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Visit Tom’s website: www.thomascmurray.com/
Purchase one of the books Tom has worked on at: www.thomascmurray.com/books/
In this episode, Keven speaks with Kyle Muir, Co-founder of Fuze Play, about computer science curriculum and how it can be developed for learners of all ages.
Visit Fuze Play on the web! www.fuzeplay.io
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In this episode, Keven discusses the concept of creating a startup culture in your school with Becky Shiring from Squirrels. Becky is the Director of Professional Development & Continued Learning at Squirrels LLC in Ohio.
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Becky’s article: “Why Startup Culture is Coming to a Classroom Near You” on EdTech Digest
Startup Culture Infographic
In this episode, Keven and Matt discuss the importance of setting an example and being a teacher with character, as well as Ideas on ways to start off the school year on a positive note.
Matt Miller is an educator and blogger. He’s the author of two books: “Ditch That Textbook,” a book about revolutionizing the classroom with innovative teaching, mindsets, and curriculum, and “Ditch That Homework,” a book full of strategies to help teachers become less reliant on homework to the point they can ditch it. He has infused technology and innovative teaching methods in his classes for more than 10 years. Matt is a Google Certified Innovator, PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator, and two-time Bammy! Awards nominee. He writes at the Ditch That Textbook blog about using technology and creative ideas in teaching. Reach him at matt@DitchThatTextbook.com or on Twitter at @jmattmiller.
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