Ep. 61: Pamela, Educación A Distancia En México, Y Comida China.

Bienvenidos al episodio 61 del EdTech Bites Podcast. En este episodio, hablo con Pamela Buenrostro sobre cómo la pandemia global está afectando el sistema educativo en México y la comida china. Buen provecho!

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Ep. 60: Cari, Digital Art For Distance Learning, And Desserts

In this episode, I chat with Cari Orts to discuss a key element missing in distance learning…FUN. She goes through various ways to use common GSuite tools in creative and artistic ways. She covers her and her students’ favorite projects and how these can be done at home to alleviate stress and pressure during these uncertain times. And what’s distance learning without binging on our favorite desserts, right?! Tune in to hear what she’s indulging on and let us know what your favorite quarantine snacks are! Buen Provecho!

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Ep. 59: Jacob, Esports, And Pulled Pork

In this episode, I chat Esports with Jacob Luevano. Being that we’re quarantined to our homes, many of our students (including us parents) are playing video games more. Jacob and I discuss what esports is and how his district is implementing this evergrowing industry and how it is effecting our students physical and social-emotional learning. But there’s more! He even shares his secret recipe for pulled pork. I’m not going to lie, it made my mouth water. Be safe and Buen provecho!

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Ep. 58: Distance Learning Resources With Tisha and Jacob

This episode is the audio from a livestream I held with Tisha Poncio and Jacob Luevano a couple of weeks ago. We streamed this webinar through Periscope when school closures were announced. Our goal was to curate a list of tools for educators to use with their students for distance learning. Going through an overwhelming list of tweets and posts through social media platforms can be extremely overwhelming, which is why we hosted this. As you are going through your distance learning with your students, you might realize that you’re already using some of these tools. We are going through best practices with these tools as well as different ways to use them. So strap in (as I know you’re not going anywhere), and hear what we have to say about some of our favorite tools for distance learning. Buen provecho!

Ep. 57: Eric, Self-Care, And Fatty Brisket

In this episode, I break bread with Eric Curts. Not just break, fatty brisket to be exact. We have a great conversation all about well-being. And what a more perfect time to discuss well-being than Spring Break! Eric gives some great advice as to how he has focused on digital well-being in order to be a more balanced individual. So make sure you check this episode out and hear what Eric and I have to say about well-being… and fatty brisket. Buen provecho!

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Ep. 56: Tisha, Digital Citizenship, and Digital Literacy

In this episode, I’m joined by Tisha Poncio to discuss the differences between Digital Citizenship and Digital Literacy. She’s a passionate Digital Learning Coach from Celina ISD and has done some great things with students at that district. In addition to these topics, we also discuss where she goes for donuts while in Austin, Texas. This episode was recorded entirely with a Rode SC6-L and my iPhone. We are in an extremely loud environment but I wanted to put this mic to the test. So tune in and check out what Tisha has to say about Digital Citizenship and Digital Literacy.

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Ep. 55: Jenallee And TCEA 2020

In this episode, Jeni Long and Sallee Clark (AKA Jenallee) join me in the TCEA 2020 wrap up. They discuss their conference experience and some of their favorite sessions. In addition, they also discuss their love of being in the MIEE community. This is a fun episode full of great energy and knowledge. So enjoy, and help spread the word. Buen provecho!

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Who Is Jenallee?

Fellow EdTech guru, Jeni Long, and Salleé co-host a YouTube show called The Jenallee Show, where the two share great tips and tutorials and interview teachers and students on various tech lessons and activities.

About Jeni

Jeni Long is an Instructional Technologist with Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD. Jeni is passionate about technology integration and making learning accessible & fun for all! Jeni is an MIE Expert and Trainer and also a Wakelet and Flipgrid Ambassador. She has served in education for 21 years as a 6th grade Math Teacher, 7-12 ELA Curriculum Specialist, Technology Integration Specialist and as a Science Curriculum Specialist. Jeni has presented across the 27 schools in her district, at her Regional Education Service Center, at FETC, BETT, TCEA, TIA & in Central America.

About Salleé

Salleé Clark is an Instructional Technologist with Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD. Salleé is passionate about technology integration and making learning accessible & fun for all! She is an MIE Fellow, MIE Expert, and Microsoft Trainer. Salleé is also a Wakelet and Flipgrid Ambassador. She has served in education for 15 years as a Pre-Kindergarten General Education and Special Education Teacher, Librarian, District Librarian, and is currently serving as an Instructional Technologist. Salleé has presented at ISTE, TCEA, FETC, TLA, TIA and other various conferences. She has also shared her passion for empowering students across the 27 schools in her district, at her Regional Education Service Center, and across Central America.

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Ep. 54: Kroe, The InterACTIVE Class, and Potato Skins.

In this episode, I chat with Kristin and Joe Merrill, coauthors of The Interactive Class: Using Technology to Make Learning More Relevant and Engaging in the Elementary Classroom. We chat about their experience in education, how the book came to be, how they manage to keep it all together, and potato skins! It’s a great conversation and if you haven’t already done so, pick up a copy of their book using the link below. I’ll be giving away a copy of the book to one lucky listener. If you’d like to be entered into this drawing, subscribe to the EdTech Bites newsletter by clicking on the link below. This gets you into the drawing. I’ll randomly choose a winner on February 7th so subscribe before then to be entered. As always, thanks for supporting the show and spread the word. Buen Provecho!

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Ep. 53: Eujon And Coaching As A Tech Director

In this special FETC featured presenter episode, I chat with Eujon Anderson to discuss how he coaches as a tech director. He has an interesting take on coaching which is “Act like an admin, think like a teacher.” He gives great advice for anyone looking to be a better leader. Buen provecho!

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Ep. 52: Changes For 2020 And Garlic Noodles With Jumbo Shrimp

Happy New Year and welcome to 2020! In this solo episode I chat about what changes I’m making for 2020 and ask the listeners some questions about how to go about making change. This is a 10 minute episode that is easy to digest (no pun intended) but will make you think about what to change about yourself in 2020. In addition, I chow down on some garlic noodles with jumbo shrimp. The full recipe will be posted later this week on the site. Buen provecho!

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