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Can We Create a Curriculum around Video Conferencing?

By Jeffrey Bradbury / 08/17/2018 / 0 Comments
Stacey Roshan - Podcast

In this episode of the TeacherCast Podcast, we welcome Stacey Roshan on the program to talk about the power of Video in the classroom.  Stacey is a veteran teacher who for the last 7 years has been flipping her classroom through interactive and engaging videos. One of Stacey’s favorite platforms for video is Zoom, a…

How Can We Enhance Learning Through Technology Integration?

By Jeffrey Bradbury / 08/06/2018 / 0 Comments
Bethany Petty

In this episode of the TeacherCast Podcast, we welcome teacher and author Bethany Petty on the podcast to discuss how teachers are creating engaging and dynamic lessons with technology in their classrooms.  Together we discuss Blended Learning, Flipped Learning, Gamification, and her new book Illuminate from EdTechTeam Press.

Should education come to tech … or should tech come to education?

By Jeffrey Bradbury / 07/12/2018 / 0 Comments
ISTE 2018 Wrap Up

In this episode, we take a look at the ISTE Conference by asking each other the question: “What is the value of educational technology in the classroom?”

Are YOU a LEGO Master Educator?

By Jeffrey Bradbury / 07/04/2018 / 0 Comments
LEGO Education Master Educator Meetup

This year at ISTE, I had the amazing opportunity to join 90 educators from across the United States as a member of the first cohort of the LEGO Education Master Educator program.  The LEGO Educator Master Educator Program is a network of educators who use LEGO Education solutions in their classroom to inspire their students.

Is creativity and innovation alive in todays classrooms? Learn what “Mr Creativity” @JohnKao thinks about todays classrooms LIVE from the #ISTE18 conference.

By Jeffrey Bradbury / 06/30/2018 / 0 Comments
John Kao at ISTE 2018

This year at the ISTE Conference, I had the opportunity to catch up with John Kao, a man dubbed “Mr. Creativity” by The Economist.  John and I first met a few years back and spent some time together during an event in Seattle and I have always been fascinated by not only his point of view on todays educational landscape but by the way he is able to very clearly make sense of many of the things we take for granted every day in our classrooms.  

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