In this episode, I’m joined by my good friend Ryan Palmer from HTeaIO to discuss the new devices coming to a district near you because of the ESSER (Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief) funds. If you’re not familiar who Ryan Palmer is or what HTeaO is, tune in. We discuss a bit about the program and the stipulations that are tied to what is purchased with these funds. We’ve also got ideas for how you can implement newly purchased devices into your classroom. Buen provecho!
In this episode, I’m joined by both Marlena Hebern and Jon Corippo, co-authors of the EduProtocols books to discuss… EduProtocols! We discuss the birth of EduProtocols as well as whats in the future in the EduProtocols world. The three of us enjoy a good meal so we decided to enjoy some steak together. We each prepared ours a bit differently but all had the same outcome, delicious! Just like EduProtocols! Buen provecho!
Hey, everyone. I’ve got a sweet giveaway for you listeners. We’re going to be giving away a copy of the Eduprotocols Field Guide 1 and 2, that’s right. Both EduProtocols books. To be entered in this giveaway, all you have to do is let us know what you enjoyed about this episode on Twitter using #edtechbites and tag Jon, Marlena, and Myself. It could be a quote from Jon, Marlena, or myself. It could be an idea, anything is appreciated. Just make sure you share this takeaway on Twitter using the #edtechbites and tag Jon Corippo, Marlena Hebern, and me Gabriel Carrillo. The winner will be announced Monday, October 25th via email and social media. So make sure that you’re subscribed to the Edtech Bites website at edtechbites.com and wait for the email popup when you’re there. Good luck!
Marlena is an educator of 30 years with 18 teaching in grades Kindergarten through 8th grade. She is the co-creator and co-founder of EduProtocols. She left her position as a county level edtech coach last year to focus full time on consulting for EduProtocols.
Jon is the co-author of the Eduprotocols Field Guides, a former Assistant Superintendent, Tech Director, HS Principal and classroom educator. Jon’s report cards almost always said: Jon doesn’t apply himself – and it turns out that he just didn’t like the “tell and practice” type of classroom as a student.
In this episode, I’m joined by Adam Moler to discuss EduProtocols while sipping on some great beverages! I went down the EduProtocols rabbit hole recently and really wanted to record an episode with relevant ideas and clarity on the subject so I reached out to Adam. But there’s another reason I reached out to him. He’s the king of Dad Jokes! So make sure you listen to the end because Adam and I go back and forth with the Dad Jokes. !Buen provecho!
Adam Moler is a 7th year Social Studies teacher at New Richmond Middle School. He teaches 8th grade American History and does some instructional coaching. Adam has a passion for intentional use of technology as well as student engagement.
In this episode, I’m joined by Ann Kozma of Flipgrid to discuss all of the new updates Flipgrid and Microsoft have to offer. There are a lot of updates to Flipgrid that rolled out without you even knowing and Ann is here to go over each one. Each one of these is designed to enhance the student experience and amplify student voice for all of our students. So sit back with your favorite snack and let’s get our Flipgrid on with #flipgridforall ! Buen provecho!
Ann loves to explore, share, and contribute and has spent 19+ years dedicated to transforming education as a classroom teacher, Innovation & Instructional Support Teacher on Special Assignment, and as an Educator Innovation Lead on Team Flipgrid at Microsoft. Believing that “Play is our brain’s favorite way to learn,” Ann is passionate about helping others explore how to meaningfully integrate technology into teaching and learning and is on a mission to help educators engage, empower, and amplify student voice in learning communities around the world. She is a member of the Apple Distinguished Educator Class of 2015 and Leading Edge Certified as a Professional Learning Leader.
In this episode, I share 5 tips for a more stress free morning. These include ways the responsibilities can be shared as well as a couple of real world examples that we use in our household. After listening to this episode, you will no longer be promising yourself that you will wake up 15 minutes earlier to squeeze it all in. I’ve got a blueprint that will help you leave the house with a smile on your face, knowing what is happening, and on time. Oh, and did I mention that I enjoy a delicious Kombucha while doing this? Buen provecho!
In this episode, I deliver my Beginning of the Year Keynote for the 2021-2022 school year. This episode is meant for you to reflect on the past school year and answer some questions that I pose to you. Oh, also, I do this while eating a donut… I mean power ring. So if you’re a teacher, principal, administrator, instructional coach, paraprofessional, librarian, cafeteria staff member, custodian, or bus driver, give this episode a listen. Buen provecho!
In this episode, I chat with previous Roxi Thompson to look at how coaching was redefined during the pandemic. We reflect on our jobs as educational coaches a year later and examine what we learned and how we will move forward with these new skills. We connected during our lunch times so what better food to share virtually during lunch than a good sandwich! It’s a great episode that any instructional or edtech coach can learn from and more importantly, use as a means as a reflection. So grab yourself a sandwich and give this episode a listen. Buen provecho!
Roxi Thompson has ten years of experience in education, which includes eight years as a Social Studies teacher at the elementary and middle school levels. She spent the last two years serving as an Education Technology Specialist for the Washington Elementary School District in Glendale, Arizona. Next year, she will be taking on a new role as the district’s first Instructional Technology Coach with a focus on working 1:1 with teachers to drive impactful technology use in schools across the district. Part of this new role will include supporting teachers in the district’s first “Distance Learning Program” for families who choose a 100% online learning environment for their students. Roxi is passionate about empowering teachers to utilize technology to create powerful learning experiences for students.
En este episodio, hablo con Claudio Zavala sobre como crear videos de YouTube. Mientras discutimos, comemos tacos de carne asada, pastor, y pescado. Claudio nos dice su proceso creativo para crear videos y da consejos para los que están pensando ser creadores de videos de YouTube. Comparte las aplicaciones y herramientas que utiliza para producir videos de calidad y la importancia del cuento y la historia. Prepárate porque este episodio te va dar las ganas de producir videos y ser celebridad de YouTube. ¡Buen provecho!
Información Sobre Claudio
Claudio Zavala Jr. es un consultor y educador de medios creativos que dirige talleres y seminarios web sobre temas como innovación, creación de videos y narración de historias. A Claudio le apasiona ayudar a las personas, los empresarios y los propietarios de pequeñas empresas a contar sus historias y construir su marca. También es el presentador de su canal de YouTube, donde comparte consejos sobre el uso de herramientas digitales para la narración de historias y la marca.
En este episodio, hablo con la Dr. Edith Trevino sobre nuestras aplicaciones favoritos de este año escolar. Mientras discutimos estas aplicaciones, comemos tacos de bistec y carne guisada. Dr. Edith Trevino tiene mucha pasión por la educación y lo muestra durante esta intrevista. Nuestra conversación te ayudará en utilizar nuevas aplicaciones educativas en tu salon y tambien te dará hambre. Mientras escuches este episodio, sirvete unos tacos con salsa verde y una bebida bien helada. Buen provecho!
In this episode, I chat with previous guests Brianna Hodges, Carl Hooker, and Thomas Murray. We each have chicken wings and the same 5 sauces. After asking each of my 5 questions, we douse a wing with a specific hot sauce and answer in a round table manner. As we go through each question, the sauces get a bit hotter. This is a great conversation that could have gone for a lot longer than it actually did. This has been an interesting school year that taught us MANY things and this is exactly what we cover. Buen provecho!
Learner. Listener. Leader. Storyteller. Texas EdTech of the Year (2017). K12 Administrator to Watch (2018). National Advisor and Spokesperson for Future Ready Instructional Coaches. An experienced school and district leader with a superpower for storytelling (Bri spent 10+ years as a PR exec) and developing capacity, Brianna works with school districts across the country to transform learning for all ages and stages. Let’s rewrite the story of what school has been and provide purpose to practice, and institute innovative change together.
Carl Hooker has been in education for 22+ years. He’s been a teacher, coach, and administrator and is currently a national faculty member for Future Ready Schools. Carl also hosts 2 podcasts, has written 6 books on mobile learning, and has a course on Remote Learning. He’s been a keynote speaker at state and national events and in his most important role, is a father to three girls.
Tom serves as the Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools, a project of the Alliance for Excellent Education. He has testified before the US Congress and has previously worked alongside that body and the US Senate, the White House, and the US Department of Education. Murray serves as a conference keynote, was named one of “20 to Watch” by NSBA, the “Education Policy Person of the Year” by the Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2015, the “Education Thought Leader of the Year” in 2017, and is the co-author of ASCD best-seller Learning Transformed. His most recent best seller, Personal & Authentic was published in the fall of 2019.