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Questions that Need Answered in Education

By Eric Guise | 12/30/2019 |
GotTechED Episode 49

In this episode of GotTechED the Podcast we:Reflect on 2019Address Educational Questions from our peers and listenersDiscuss Books, PD opportunities, and Podcasts we will be doing over breakIf you are a new listener to GotTechED the Podcast, we would love to hear from you. Please visit our Contact Page and let us know how we can…

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Adding Virtual Professional Development into Your School’s Culture

By Eric Guise | 10/07/2019 |

In this episode of GotTechED the Podcast we discuss the characteristics of good virtual professional development and provide you with ideas for virtual professional development. 

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11 #EdTech Updates from ISTE that All Teachers Should Know About

By Eric Guise | 07/01/2019 |
Epi 36 11 #EdTech Updates from ISTE that All Teachers Should Know About

In this episode, Nick and Guise talk about their favorite #edtech take-a-ways from the ISTE Conference in Philadelphia.  They review the latest improvements to their favorite #edtech tools as well as introduce a few new tools.

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Epi 33 HOW TO IMPLEMENT PASSION PROJECTS INTO YOUR CLASSROOM

How to Implement Passion Projects into your Classroom

By Eric Guise | 05/20/2019

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.

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Epi 32 The Ultimate Guide to Screencasting

The Ultimate Guide to Classroom Screencasting

By Eric Guise | 05/08/2019

In this episode, Guise and I explore the power of screencasting for student projects and teacher efficiency, taking a look at our favorite tools and project ideas.

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Epi 31 24 Edtech Tools for Student-Centered Learning

24 Tech Tools for Student-Centered Learning

By Eric Guise | 04/22/2019

Guise and Nick dive deep into the foundational building blocks of student-centered classrooms and the changing roles of teacher and student.

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GotTechED Epi 30 Project-Based Learning

Project-Based Learning and Choice Boards with Jennifer Skomial

By Eric Guise | 04/08/2019

Guise and I welcome the 2019 New Jersey State Teacher of the Year, Jen Skomial.  Jen talks about her recent win as state teacher of the year and shares her expert advice on student-centered learning.

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GotTechED Epi 29 EdTech Fantasy Draft

EdTech Fantasy Draft: 41 EdTech Tools for the Student-Centered Classroom

By Eric Guise | 03/25/2019

Nick and Guise invite EdTech Guru Jeff Losch onto the show to participate in the first-ever EdTech Fantasy Draft focusing on the Student-Centered Classroom!

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GotTechED Epi 28 Student Collaboration and Feedback

Using Edjinotes for Student Collaboration and Feedback w/ Dan Gallagher

By Eric Guise | 03/10/2019

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

By Eric Guise | 02/25/2019

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

By Eric Guise | 02/12/2019

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

By Eric Guise | 01/28/2019

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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