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How to Implement Passion Projects into your Classroom


In this episode, Guise and I welcome Andrew Paull onto the show as we dive deep into Passion Projects and their implementation in your classroom.  We’ll also review our Top 7 reasons for incorporating passion projects and close the show by putting Andy on the GotTechED Hot Seat. Check it out!

Segment 1:   Andrew Paull and Passion Project

Segment 2:   Top 7 Reasons to Incorporate Passion Projects

Segment 3:   Andrew Paull on the GotTechED Hotseat

  1. Got to Extension(s)
  2. Favorite edtech resources
  3. Favorite edtech apps
  4. Favorite podcast
  5. PowerPoint or Slides
  6. Favorite audio recording program
  7. Which is better… Simon and Garfunkel’s “Sound of Silence” or the cover of Sound of Silence by Disturbed?

Social Media:

  1. Guise on Twitter @guisegotteched
  2. Nick on Twitter @nickgotteched
  3. GotTechED the Podcast on Twitter @wegotteched

Music Credits:

  1. The Degs: Shotgun
  2. @bensounds

Other Relatable GotTechED Episodes:

  1. Making the Switch from Traditional to Student-Centered Teaching
  2. Student-Centered Learning: Methods of Best Practice
  3. Second-Chance Learning, Escape Rooms, and Pecha Kucha
  4. Flipped Classroom, UDL, and Edtech Reform
  5. Is a Genius Hour a Genius Idea
  6. Using Edjinotes for Student Collaboration and Feedback with Dan Gallagher
  7. EdTech Fantasy Draft: 41 EdTech Tools for the Student-Centered Classroom
  8. 24 Tech Tools for Student-Centered Learning
  9. The Ultimate Guide to Classroom Screencasting

Other ways to follow GotTechED

  1. Apple Podcasts
  2. Google Podcasts
  3. Stitcher
  4. YouTube
  5. Twitter
  6. Facebook

About the author, Eric

Eric Guise is a media specialist and technology coach with more than a decade of experience as a teacher.

Eric was named the 2016 Biology Teacher of Year by the New Jersey Biology Teachers Association and is currently pursuing an EdD in Leadership in Digital Transformation in Educational Technology.

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