Latest Podcast Episodes

GotTechED Epi 28 Student Collaboration and Feedback

Using Edjinotes for Student Collaboration and Feedback w/ Dan Gallagher

March 10, 2019

Guise and Nick welcome Dan Gallagher in to talk about Feedback and Collaboration with Edjinotes. Next, Guise and Nick put Dan on the GotTechED Hotseat to learn about his favorite EdTech resources.

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GotTechED Epi 27 Microsoft vs Google

Microsoft Teams vs Google Classroom: You Decide

February 25, 2019

In this episode, we compare Microsoft Teams vs. Google Classroom, share some edtech mash-ups: different ways that apps, extensions, and websites can be combined in interesting ways for your classroom, and we put Nick on the GotTechED HotSeat.

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GotTechED Epi 26 Project-Based Learning

Project-Based Learning from Idea to Implementation with Guest Richard Smith

February 12, 2019

Guise and Nick welcome technology guru Richard Smith to talk about Project-Based Learning and ways to get students involved in non-tradition education

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GotTechED Epi 25 Real-Life Problems

Effective, Yet Simple Methods of Introducing Real-Life Problems into Your Classroom

January 28, 2019

Guise and Nick welcome Karen Lucci and David Sherwin to talk about effective methods for implementing real-life problems (Student-Centered Learning) into the classroom.

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GotTechED Epi 24 Genius Hour

Is a Genius Hour a Genius Idea

January 15, 2019

In this episode, we reflect on the #njecc2019 conference.  We talk about Genius Hour and how teachers can implement a Genius Hour into their curriculum.

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GotTechED Epi 23 Edtech Bonanza

EdTech Bonanza

January 1, 2019

Guise and Nick share their #edtech holiday wishlist and discuss each other’s New Years Resolutions.  They also take at the top 3 edtech they’re most excited about using in 2019.

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GotTechED Epi 22 Art of Questioning

The Art of Questioning, Preservice Teachers, & Leadership Characteristics

December 17, 2018

In this episode, Guise and Nick discuss the art of teacher questioning after a teacher inquiry.

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GotTechED Epi 21 Flipped Classroom

Flipped Classroom, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), and Edtech Reform

December 3, 2018

Guise and Nick interview Kyle Niemis, co-creator of ClassroomQ, an exciting new way to manage students questions during class.

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GotTechED Epi 20 Grading Tips

Quarter 1 Grading Tips, Pop Culture Lessons, and Being Thankful!

November 17, 2018

In this episode, Guise and Nick share the most effective edtech for faster grading.  After a teacher inquiry, they discuss some ways that pop culture can be used to enhance learning. In the spirit of the holidays, they also share some of the things they’re most thankful about in education today.  Finally, Guise and Nick argue over their favorite newly discovered tech.

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GotTechED Epi 19 PLCs vs. PLNs

Professional Learning Community’s (PLC’s) vs. Professional Learning Networks (PLN’s), & Teacher Conventions vs. Edcamps

November 5, 2018

In this episode, Guise and Nick compare Professional Learning Communities to Professional Learning Networks.  Next, they discuss some of the differences between traditional teacher conventions and edcamps. Nick shares some surprising educational statistics while Guise gives his opinions on each one.  Finally, Guise and Nick argue over their favorite Chrome Extensions.

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GotTechED Epi 18 STEM Misconceptions

STEM Misconceptions, 21st Century Mindset, and Teachers as Leaders

October 22, 2018

In this episode, Guise and Nick evaluate the most common ways that teachers misunderstand STEM education.  After a teachers inquiry, they discuss 21st century teaching via “The 4 C’s”. They also take a look at the important role of teacher leaders and how to foster a climate in your school.  Finally, Guise and Nick argue over their favorite tech for saving money!

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GotTechED Epi 17 Second-Chance Learning

Second-Chance Learning, Escape Rooms, and Pecha Kucha

October 8, 2018

In this episode, Guise and Nick evaluate the educational trend of assessment retakes through “second-chance learning”.  After a teachers inquiry, they discuss how room escapes can be incorporated into the classroom. They also take a look at a unique style of presentations known as “Pechakucha”.  Finally, Guise and Nick argue over their favorite organizational tech tools.

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