Easy EdTech Podcast with Monica Burns
Summary: Monica Burns from the popular EdTech blog ClassTechTips brings you teaching strategies, tips and activity ideas. Each podcast focuses on how to make EdTech integration easy with a shout out to favorite EdTech tools for classrooms. Monica provides actionable, relevant tips for teachers so you can make this school year the best one yet! Join author, speaker, and blogger, Dr. Monica Burns for an EdTech podcast that helps take the stress out of integrating education technology into your classroom.
In this episode, you’ll learn about movie-making projects you can use to showcase learning and cultivate creativity for your student readers. You’ll also hear about favorite EdTech resources and I’ll talk about my free planning pages to help make your video activities a success!
In this episode, you’ll learn about seven new EdTech tools that I’m excited about this school year. You’ll also hear some strategies for getting started with this list of new favorites, and how these EdTech tools can support the work you do in your classroom.
In this episode, you’ll learn about my ACES Framework for thoughtful technology integration, introduced in my first book in 2016. I’ll share each part of the framework in this episode. You’ll also hear examples of the ACES Framework in action including a unit example from my book Tasks Before Apps.
In this episode, you’ll learn about five ways to listen to your favorite podcasts at home or on the go. You’ll also hear about online and offline options for listening to podcasts from spots other than just your phone.
In this episode, you’ll learn about ways to create collections of photos you can then share with students. You’ll also hear about some favorite resources for locating high-quality, royalty-free photos for your students.
In this episode, you’ll learn about tech-friendly peer feedback strategies for any classroom. You’ll also hear about EdTech resources that support student collaboration, including a few of my favorite digital tools and workflows.
In this episode, you’ll learn about ways to make the most of the newsletters in your inbox. You’ll also hear different ways to share, save and use your newsletters to spark conversations and share new ideas with colleagues.
In this episode, you’ll learn about my presentations at the 2020 FETC conference in Miami. You’ll also hear about plenty of EdTech topics and resources I’m excited about this year with tips you can try out right away.
In this episode I’ll share some of my favorite quick ways to share student videos with an audience. You’ll also hear some tips and resources to make sharing student videos a success this school year!
In this episode I’ll share a few things you might now know about Khan Academy, as well as an overview of this powerful, free tool for educators. You’ll also hear how Khan Academy can support your students and families inside and outside of the classroom and across the content areas.
In this episode I’ll share tips on how to create QR codes and how to add QR codes to posters. You’ll also hear about some free resources you can use right away to create and share your QR codes with posters!
In this episode, you’ll learn about some of my favorite augmented reality apps for students — along with quick ideas for getting started with augmented reality this school year. You’ll also hear about project ideas you can use with some of these AR tools!
In this bonus episode of the Easy EdTech Podcast, Monica Burns interviews Thomas C. Murray, author of Personal & Authentic: Designing Learning Experiences That Impact a Lifetime. Tom shares stories from his new book, tips for creating personal and authentic learning experiences, and plenty of EdTech connections!
In this episode, I share some of my favorite strategies for using technology in meetings and professional development sessions. You’ll also hear about how modeling tools in these sessions can spark discussions and build confidence in using technology in the classroom.
In this episode we’ll focus on five of my favorite resources on YouTube, specifically five favorite YouTube channels for teachers! You’ll also hear about video resources that you can use to curate video content for students or professional development for teachers.