Educational Technology Updates, and Events
Are you looking for a replacement for Google Classroom? This might soon be the answer for both Microsoft and Google schools.
This past week, I attended the Propelify conference in Hoboken New Jersey. Known as the “Community That Propels Innovation” the conference featured over 80 speakers, dozens of vendors, amazing networking opportunities, and of course, awesome food.Read More
A Complete Video Guide to the NEW @Wirecast Version 9 from @Telestream! | #livevideo #livestreaming #podcasting
In this three-part online course, we showcase the brand new Wirecast Version 9 from Telestream. In this series, you will learn how to set up Wirecast to stream LIVE video from your school, church, or organization to YouTube, Facebook, Periscope, or other CDN's. – TeacherCast.netRead More
This week, Gmail was updated with a brand new version introducing several new features. At first glance, much of Gmail may seem the same as the previous version however with a close eye, you will notice several important updates. Here are three new features I am excited about.Read More
Your student could be one of America's Top Young Scientists! Learn how your students can enter to participate in this year's challenge!
This year students are challenged to identify an everyday problem that directly impacts their family, community, community, or global population and create a solution to solve it. Sounds pretty easy… right?Read More
Email … we can't get away from it. In this post, we will learn what goes into creating a professional email signature that sets you apart from others and makes people notice you.Read More
8 Secrets To Providing Amazing EdTech Customer Service that Directly Affects Students and Classrooms
Whether you are a teacher trying to figure out how to invest your limited class resource budget, or an edtech company trying to secure your place in the market, customer service is something to look at closely.Read More
It can be said that a good Technology Coach is like having a box of band-aids in your car. You…Read More
Two-Step Verification is Critical in Todays Digital Classrooms … but… Should Schools Adopt this Feature?
Two-Step Verification is a process where in order to access your valued and secure information, you would need to first type in your password and THEN type in a security code that is sent to one of several devices (your phone is the most popular method). But… should schools adopt this feature?Read More
Steve Jobs narrates the first Think different commercial “Here's to the Crazy Ones”. It never aired. Richard Dreyfuss did the voiceover for the original spot that aired.Read More
Labels vs Folders … this is the battle that rages on when discussing the differences between Microsoft Outlook and Google's email platform called Gmail. In this video, you will learn the power of Gmail Labels and understand why a “Clean Inbox … is a Happy Inbox”Read More
Make Your Teaching Life VERY SIMPLE using Microsoft OneNote's Awesome Templates! | @OneNoteEDU @MicrosoftEDU
In this video, Jeff sits down with the team from Microsoft OneNote to learn how easy it is to create and use Templates to keep your classrooms organized.Read More
In this video, Jeff sits down with the team from Microsoft OneNote to learn how to properly tag and search for your OneNote media. For more information, please follow on Twitter @OneNoteEdu or visit online at www.OneNote.com.Read More
With over 18 years of teaching professionally in the classroom and over 800 educational podcasts recorded, Jeff Bradbury is a world-known educator, podcaster, and clinician.
Jeff is a Google for Education Certified Trainer, Microsoft Certified Trainer TEDx Speaker, and has worked with more than 400 educational technology companies through his TeacherCast Educational Network that he founded in 2011.
Jeff Bradbury has presented at the ISTE conference, as well as dozens of other conferences across the country and has presented Keynote Presentations for Pearson and EdTechNJ.
Contact Jeff today to invite him to speak or present at your next event.