This week, we discuss two commonly used Microsoft products, Teams and OneNote. The highs, the lows, the near-misses, we cover it all as we walk through our experiences with these products. We'd love to hear about your experiences with these products on our facebook or twitter feeds, so reach out.
The maker movement has been around for quite a while, however our experiences with it lately have been less than promising. In this episode, we discuss the good and the bad of the maker movement and maker-spaces. Let us know how you feel about the maker movement at our website ( teched.technology), our Facebook (facebook.com/techedtechpodcast) or our Twitter (@techedtechpod)
We discuss some of our best tips you can use to improve the projects you do in your classroom. It doesn't matter what you teach, any of these should make your projects better for you or your students. Have your own tips? Let us know on our Facebook (facebook.com/TechEdTechPodcast) or Twitter (Twitter.com/TechEdTechPod) . If you want to help support us, leave a review and rating on iTunes. As always, thanks for listening!
We found a fantastic article taking us on a journey of the worst Ed Tech had to offer us over the last year from author/blogger Audrey Watters. Join us as we talk and laugh about some of the biggest blunders of the past 10 years. What was your favorite ed tech debacle? Let us know at our website here or tweet at us here. Thanks for listening!
We debate the merits of adding the A (Art) to the standard STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) acronym used for so many of our classes. Do you think it makes sense to call it STEAM? Let us know how you feel on our forum at our website here or tweet at us here. As always, thanks for listening.
We discuss the differences and similarities for the two most common titles for our field, Technology and Engineering. Which term do you use? Which one do you prefer? We'd love to hear your feedback, post your thoughts on our forum at TechEd.Technology or tweet @ us @techedtechpod.
TechEdTech is a podcast for teachers by teachers. We are two technology teachers who are on a mission to inform and sort through current topics in Technology Education and Educational Technology. There is a lot of noise out there, let us help you sort through it.