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The TechEducator Podcast is a weekly show dedicated to all things Technology in Education.

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The TechEducator Podcast is a weekly show dedicated to all things Technology in Education.

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Valuable with Substance

By Rangerblu - Jan 31 2017
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As an educator, I enjoy this podcast and definitely consider it to be in my top 3. Jeff and company know what issues/topics are current and do a great job discussing them from various angles. Great resource to further my learning and self-reflect as far as my instruction goes! Recommend to all.

Always Informative

By Travis Phelps - Jul 22 2015
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This is a wonderful go-to podcast whenever you want to learn concrete information about a new technology tool. The hosts always take the time to explore a new feature or a little-known benefit for something valuable in educational technology. Each time I listen to this show, I learn something new.

iTunes Ratings

11 Ratings
Average Ratings
9
0
0
1
1

Valuable with Substance

By Rangerblu - Jan 31 2017
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As an educator, I enjoy this podcast and definitely consider it to be in my top 3. Jeff and company know what issues/topics are current and do a great job discussing them from various angles. Great resource to further my learning and self-reflect as far as my instruction goes! Recommend to all.

Always Informative

By Travis Phelps - Jul 22 2015
Read more
This is a wonderful go-to podcast whenever you want to learn concrete information about a new technology tool. The hosts always take the time to explore a new feature or a little-known benefit for something valuable in educational technology. Each time I listen to this show, I learn something new.
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Rank #1: 10 Productivity Tips for Instructional Technology Coaches

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In this episode of the TechEducator Podcast, we bring 3 Instructional Technology Coaches on to discuss their Top 10 Tips for staying productive and efficient in their school districts.

10 Productivity Tips for Instructional Technology Coaches

Tip 1 – Coach to Teacher Communication

  • Voxer – very important for keeping communication open but not filling your inbox.

Tip 2 – Teacher to Coach Communication

Tip 3 – Keep Track of Events and Documents

  • Evernote: It’s the perfect application to save documents, audio, PDF’s and it’s available on all platforms.

Tip 4 – Digital Communication and Organization

  • Utilize Google Docs/Folders to record conversations and coaching sessions for future conversations.

Tip 5 – Provide Resources for Personalized Learning

  • Keep ongoing blog as a one-stop-shop for all your teachers’ needs. Update with things you often come across for them to go back to. Also helps alleviate email you send to staff.

Tip 6 – Create Personalized Videos

  • Jing – a great quick screen recording tool for simple how-to videos.

Tip 7 – Create a Data Dashboard

  • Record important events right after they happen. It’s easy to go an entire day and forget to record important events or meetings with teachers. Use a Google Doc, Evernote, Google Keep, or Google Form to keep track of what you have done each day. Use it to create a Data Dashboard of your events. You never know when it might come in handy.

Tip 8 – Create User Groups for Group Instruction

  • Facebook groups – create hubs for people to share resources. It’s not just me that may have the answer.

Tip 9 – Create an Army of Foot Soldiers

  • Utilize your most willing teachers to assist in training/sparking innovation in others. If you build it, they will come.

Tip 10 – When in Need… Wear it!

  • Make an Apron  Aprons- You could rock an apron and save hundreds on clothes and instantly have more pockets! Augment your clothing reality with extra padding where you need it and a custom pocket for cookies and other fresh snacks.
  • Find time for micro-learning (Twitter, Flipboard, Tweetdeck, etc.)

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What are your productivity tips and tricks? 

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Mar 29 2018

37mins

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Rank #2: How can I use Google Scripts in the classroom?

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Recorded January 14, 2014

Aug 09 2017

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Rank #3: Secret Ways to Use Creative Apps with YOUR Students!

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Welcome to the 33rd episode of the Tech Educator Podcast. The Tech Educator Podcast is a weekly roundtable discussion about current topics in educational technology. For more information, please visit www.techeducatorpodcast.com.

October 21, 2013

Jul 31 2017

53mins

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Rank #4: Epic Google Chrome Extensions Smackdown for Educators

Aug 26 2017

1hr 4mins

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Rank #5: What makes a Tech Coach . . . a Good Tech Coach? #ETCoaches

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In this episode, we take a deep dive into what makes a technology coach successful in their school district.

As the world of educational technology grows by leaps and bounds each year, school districts are more and more looking to bring in Instructional Technology Coaches to assist in providing personalized professional development to their teaching staff. In this episode, we discuss instructional coaching from several angles and share how you can be a successful tech coach in your district with a little help from persistence and innovation.

About our Guests

Marcie Faust

  • Position: Director for Innovative Learning
  • Organization: Deerfield Public Schools
  • Location: Deerfield, IL
  • Website: https://twitter.com/mfaust

Marcie is a school district leader who is passionate about redefining educational technology in the modern-day classroom. Marcie believes in authentic, connected learning to prepare students for their futures. Before her leadership role, Marcie taught elementary school, middle school and served as a technology coach. Her inspiration comes from all of the learners around her – at work as well as at home.

Maria Galanis

Maria Galanis began her career as a technology coordinator which evolved into technology coach. 15 years later, she is now an iCoach, an instructional coach with an emphasis on modern age learning. Maria is an EdTech enthusiast who loves being a connected learner and believes we can all be better together.

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Jan 31 2018

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Rank #6: How can @Evernote be used to help you organize your digital classroom?

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Welcome to the 45th episode of the Tech Educator Podcast hosted by Jeff Bradbury, Sam Patterson, Jeff Herb and Jon Samuelson.  The Tech Educator Podcast is a weekly roundtable discussion about current topics in educational technology.  For more information, please visit www.techeducatorpodcast.com.

Advanced Evernote Tips

Topics:

  1. Sharing a Notebook
  2. Webclipper
  3. Advanced Search
  4. Skitch
  5. Evernote Email

Links:

  1. Evernote: www.Evernote.com
  2. Web Clipper: www.Evernote.com/WebClipper

Recorded February 23, 2014

Aug 13 2017

56mins

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Rank #7: Classroom Video Projects: 5 Quick and Easy ways to use video in your class in the first 30 days!

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In this episode of the TeacherCast Podcast, we take a look at 5 things you and your students can do with video in the first few weeks of school. Our guest today is 8th-grade technology teacher Bruce Reicher from New Jersey and together, we break down how to use video in your curriculum, different types of equipment you might be interested in using, our favorite apps, and the all-important question, “how do you create live morning announcements for your school?”

5 Things you can do with video this school year!

  1. Make a video about the book you read over the summerWrite one paragraph about a book you read this summer
  2. Record your paragraph
  3. Create a video biography about yourself Find 5 five pictures that tell about yourself
  4. Upload the 5 pictures and record why they are special to you.
  5. Have a teacher take pictures and create a video for Back To School nightStart taking pictures of your students from the first day of school
  6. Use the DriveSlides extension to put them into a Google Slideshow
  7. Go to file and publish and loop the slideshow for Back To School Night
  8. Have students videotape parents for back to school night and create a videoHave students be reporters for that night in your school
  9. Have them create a video to highlight the school and what parents learned on Back To School Night.
  10. Do a passion project of what you would like to study the most this year.Brainstorm with students what their passions are
  11. Have them record 30 seconds on why this passion is so special to them.

About our Guest

Bruce Reicher has been an educator for over 20 years. Reicher currently is a technology teacher in middle school and teaches Google Apps, Coding and TV production. Reicher is a certified Google Educator and an Ambassador for Codesters and WeVideo. Reicher is also been a Board of Education member for 5 years for Hawthorne, NJ. Reicher is the head of the curriculum and instruction committee.

About WeVideo

WeVideo is the leading online video creation platform, providing editing, collaboration, and sharing capabilities across any device. Anyone can access WeVideo, from any computer or device at home, work, or on the go to capture, edit, view and share with secure storage of their content in the cloud.

WeVideo Social Media Links

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Recorded July 19, 2017

Jan 24 2018

1hr 1min

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Rank #8: Creative Ways of using Video in the Classroom

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In this episode of the TechEduator Podcast, we discuss several ways for teachers to incorporate video into their lessons and classroom activities. 

In this episode, we discuss:

  • What role should video serve in our classroom?Instructional Tool
  • Self-Paced Learning Device
  • Flipped Classroom Activity
  • Project Based Learning
  • How do we setup video based projects?DirectionsCreate a checklist
  • Storyboard activities – Storyboard template
  • Keep everything focused for the students to make their
  • Rubrics for videos available on Rubistar
  • Examples
  • Is it effective?
  • Apps for creating videoChromeScreencastify
  • Screencast-o-matic available for download & web version, now in Beta as a Chrome app!
  • WeVideo
  • iOS / MacCamera
  • Movies+
  • Touchcast
  • WireCast
  • WindowsMovie Maker
  • Screencast-o-matic
  • Apps for editing videoChrome
  • iOS
  • Windows
  • What are the biggest challenges you face using Video in the classroom?
  • As a Tech Coach … why/how do you encourage the use of video?How to get your teachers to record themselves? /why should ts record themselves?
  • What types of lessons do you start out with?

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Apr 22 2018

47mins

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Rank #9: Using Google Classroom to Teach Coding and Programming

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In this episode of the TechEducator Podcast, we take a look at how general education teachers can infuse Coding and Programming lessons into their curriculum and package them neatly to be distributed through Google Classroom.

As educators across the world celebrate Computer Science Education Week, it’s important to remember that STEM education, Coding, and Programming are to be explored more than just during the Hour of Code.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Three simple projects that you can bring to your classroom
  • Anyone can Learn Arduino and Breadboarding: Using TinkerCAD’s tutorials and virtual breadboarding.
  • Modeling the Digestive System with Scratch and Makey Makey https://twitter.com/MsKellyKnight/status/938094787772801029
  • Kano Street Art – https://hoc.kano.me/coding-challenges/training
  • How do we take the fear out of infusing STEM lessons in the general classrooms
  • How can you wrap up your STEM lesson and distribute resources to your students through Google Classroom and Google Sites

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This weeks question is:

Question: In what ways can you use Google Classroom to bring STEM subjects to your students? 

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Tech Tip of the Week

  • As Google Classroom and Google Sites become increasingly popular and essential, it’s important to keep up to date with what is new and exciting for your classroom. Check out the great resources being created by @ShakeUpLearning and @AliceKeeler on Twitter.

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Feb 11 2018

34mins

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Rank #10: What Makes Great Professional Development?

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On this episode of the TechEducator Podcast, we reflect on a recent workshop that I attended that focused on best practices for providing professional development sessions to adults.

Many of us have experience getting up in front of students every day and know how to create a dynamic lesson in our classrooms, but do we really know how to present to adults in a way that allows them to walk away feeling good about a multi-hour workshop?

In this episode, we tackle several strategies for creating a seamless presentation with helpful resources for an audience of all backgrounds.

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Feb 04 2018

48mins

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Rank #11: Student Data Privacy (FERPA & COPPA)

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In this episode of the TechEducator Podcast, we speak with Casey Rimmer about ways we can all protect the sensitive data our students create each and every day. 

In this episode, we discuss:

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About our Guest

Casey Rimmer, Innovation and EdTech Coordinator, Union County Public Schools @RimmerEdTech

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Apr 21 2018

49mins

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Rank #12: Check out these awesome Google Presentation Tips and Tricks

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Welcome to the Tech Educator Podcast.  The Tech Educator Podcast is a weekly roundtable discussion about current topics in educational technology.  For more information, please visit www.techeducatorpodcast.com.

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Show Information

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bt9F7tKcZcU
  2. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/office-editing-for-docs-s/gbkeegbaiigmenfmjfclcdgdpimamgkj?hl=en
  3. http://www.coolcatteacher.com/best-google-drive-add-ons/
  4. https://support.google.com/drive/answer/2375012?hl=en
  5. Google For Education Virtual Conference: http://www.giesummit.org/

Recorded August 25, 2014

Aug 25 2017

1hr 7mins

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Rank #13: 5 Great Presentation Apps for your classroom

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The Tech Educator Podcast is a weekly roundtable discussion about current topics in educational technology.  For more information, please visit www.techeducatorpodcast.com

Recorded September 29, 2014

Aug 29 2017

55mins

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Rank #14: Effective Ways to Teach Final Cut Pro in the Classroom

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Welcome to episode 47 of the Tech Educator Podcast.  The Tech Educator Podcast is a weekly roundtable discussion about current topics in educational technology.  For more information, please visit www.techeducatorpodcast.com.

Recorded March 11, 2014

Aug 14 2017

1hr 10mins

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Rank #15: 15 Digital Curation Tools for the Classroom

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In this podcast, we take a look at our favorite web tools that help teachers and students curate the web.

The Tech Educator Podcast is a weekly roundtable discussion about current topics in educational technology.  For more information, please visit www.techeducatorpodcast.com.

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Sep 07 2017

1hr 9mins

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Rank #16: Computer Science for All Students

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In this episode of the TechEducator Podcast, we take a look at Computer Science in a slightly different way. Together with authors Sam Patterson and Doug Bergman, we discuss ways for every school district to create a seamless K12 curriculum that infuses aspects of Computer Science in all grade levels. 

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Why should students be learning about Computer Science?
  • Creating a Computer Science Curriculum K12
  • How should we budget for a Computer Science Curriculum?
  • Where can teachers find resources for Computer Science?
  • No longer an elective subject
  • Needs to be CORE
  • CS is here, not going anywhere, it is not a trend

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About our Guests

Doug Bergman

Doug Bergman is Head of Computer Science at Porter-Gaud independent school in Charleston, SC. He has been the head of the CS department for 17+ years and been in CS education for 23+ years. For several years, he worked in industry as a programmer as well as in I.T. While attending and teaching school in the US, Japan, and France, he has traveled extensively across the globe. He is a product of public education K-16 and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems, M.A. in Education Administration, and is completing his Online Masters in Computer Science at Georgia Tech. He has taught in public schools, private schools, and professional schools and has worked with students from ages 5 – 99. His largest class was 300 students (I found out it was 300, not 30, in the hallway on the way to class. That was fun.) He has experience developing his own curriculum as well as using existing curriculum developed by others. In addition to being honored with regional, state, national and international recognition, he has presented at conferences worldwide. In 2017, he was selected as a finalist for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Currently, he serves on of the board of CSTA.

Richard Allen

Richard W. Allen, Ed.S. – Rich is a retired Principal with 35 years of experience as a teacher, advisor, coach, supervisor, assistant principal, and principal in the public school district. He has received many awards over the years, including Governor’s Teacher of the Year, and the Model Schools recognition by the International Center for Leadership in Education (ICLE). He is an adjunct professor at Monmouth University and Brookdale Community College. He is on the Principals’ steering committee at Monmouth University and the steering committee for ECET2NJPA. Rich presented with the NJPSA Leadership Academy and works with schools as a consultant. He was a member of the ELC and the OTSC with the State Department of Education. He earned his graduate certifications and degrees from Georgian Court University, Liberty University and Rutgers, The State University of NJ.

Rich is the co-Founder and Executive Director of DisruptED TV.

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Apr 06 2018

40mins

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Rank #17: TEP158 How Can We Create Meaningful and Engaging Professional Development for all Staff Members?

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In this episode of the TechEduactor Podcast, we invite Cate Tolnai and our friends from Kyte Learning to discuss all things Professional Development.

Topics Discussed

  • Creating Online Learning Experiences
  • Teacher Buy-in
  • Digital Badges vs Microcredentials
  • Creating PD for small and large groups
  • ISTE 2017

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  1. Jeff Bradbury – TeacherCast.net@TeacherCast
  2. Sam Patterson – MyPaperlessClassroom.com@SamPatue
  3. Jennifer Judkins – TeachingForward.net@JennJudkins
  4. Josh Gauthier @mrgfactoftheday

About our Guests

Cate Tolnai

Cate Tolnai is a fan of learning, coaching, and connecting. In her fourteenth year in education, she is dedicated to supporting teachers & administrators throughout California as they initiate and continue their professional learning journeys. She serves as Director on the Capitol CUE Board, and as a Google Certified Innovator and Trainer, she works to integrate technology and teaching across all grade levels and content areas. She loves to talk digital badges, personalized PD, web tools, and all things awesome. #ConnectedTL #badgechatk12 #capcuePLN #Sketch50 #ReadPD #CUEchat

Kyte Learning

Brayden Wardrop and Asher Sume

Startups are kind of Brayden and Asher’s thing. Probably due to some slight ADD and propensity for finding multiple whiteboard markers in their pockets every time they leave a room. They like the word entrepreneur and are impressed with themselves every time they spell it correctly. Over the past decade, they’ve both jumped feet-first into the ed-tech world beginning with their roles as a technology integration specialists in Colorado. Seeing the remarkable impact technology had on both the teachers and students there, they Co-Founded Kyte Learning to help bridge the gap between technology and the educators who work to use it in the classroom day-to-day.

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Jan 26 2018

53mins

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Rank #18: Tips and Tricks for Creative Student Blogging Activites

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Welcome to the Thirty Second episode of the Tech Educator Podcast. The Tech Educator Podcast is a weekly roundtable discussion about current topics in educational technology. For more information, please visit www.techeducatorpodcast.com.

Jul 30 2017

1hr 9mins

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Rank #19: Can you use Scratch Based Coding to Teach Social Studies?

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In this episode of the TechEducator Podcast, we take a look at creative things you can do in your Social Studies classroom that bring Creativity, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Communication to your students. These examples can be adapted to students of all grade levels and many of them involve coding and programming skills… something you don’t usually associate with the humanities classrooms. 

We would love to learn how you are being creative in your classroom. Please leave a message below in our comments section and share links to your classroom creativity.

In this episode, you will learn …

  • 5 Ways Coding can be used in the Social Studies Classroom
  • Coding is a great way to let kids use the knowledge they are studying. The platform lets them do amazing stuff and gives them plenty of points for authentic choice. In Sam’s classroom scratch is one of the secret weapons of engagement and differentiation.
  • Screencastify
  • Screencastify is a free Chrome extension that allows teachers to record their computer screens using the Chrome Browser. In addition to it being one of the best and simplest screencast applications for Chromebooks, it’s also one of the best ways for a teacher or student to record themselves using the front-facing camera.

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Question: In what ways can STEM or STEAM activities be used in your Social Studies classrooms? 

Please leave your answer in the comments section below and let us know your thoughts.

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Tech Tip of the Week

In this episode we discovered how STEM and the Humanities classrooms can merge to create a seamless learning environment. This week, take a moment to challenge your students with a Coding or Programming lesson. Let us know what you have done this week in the comments section below.

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Recorded November 7, 2017

Feb 09 2018

31mins

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Rank #20: Using @WeVideo and @Kaizena in the Classroom

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In this episode of the TechEducator Podcast, we discuss how Google Add-ons such as WeVideo and Kaizena can be used to enhance curricular activities. For more information, please visit www.techeducatorpodcast.com.

About our Guests

WeVideo

Diana has been with WeVideo since its beginnings in 2011. As a Multimedia Producer, she is responsible for the brand’s visual image. She is both in front of and behind the camera producing videos and tutorials with only one goal in mind: helping everyone create and share their powerful messages through video.

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Kaizena

Recorded August 2014

Aug 24 2017

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