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EdTech You Should Know
11 minutes | Dec 23, 2015
18 – EdCamp Voxer
EdCamp Voxer is an EdCamp event that takes place completely on the app Voxer. Tune in to hear what it is and how to participate!
8 minutes | Dec 11, 2015
17 – Live Streaming with Blab
Blab.im is the website you should know about this time on ETYSK. Jeff (and two special guests) talk about the features of the new streaming service.
7 minutes | May 2, 2015
16 – WhatsDue: Keep Track of Assignment Due Dates
Help students remember what's due by using the WhatsDue app, free for all teachers and easy for students and parents.
10 minutes | Apr 3, 2015
15 – YouTube Capture: Easily Record, Edit, and Upload Video to YouTube
YouTube Capture, an iOS app by YouTube, is a great tool for recording, editing, and uploading content to YouTube.
8 minutes | Feb 3, 2015
14 – Kahoot: An Interactive Assessment Tool
The assessment tool/game Kahoot is shared on this episode. Special guest, Rachelle Wooten, shares how she has used Kahoot with students and staff.
6 minutes | Jan 21, 2015
13 – The Google Classroom App: Released for iOS and Android
Google recently released the native Google Classroom app for iOS and Android. Jeff talks about the features that exist in the app that help both students and teachers.
14 minutes | Jan 14, 2015
12 – Voxer: What It Is and How Educators Use It
Jeff and his guests Jon Samuelson, Victoria Olson, and Starr Sackstein discuss what Voxer is and how educators are using it. Episode recorded on Voxer.
16 minutes | Dec 26, 2014
11 – Record Lessons and Presentations with Swivl
Swivl is talked about this week on ETYSK. Jeff talks with the CEO of Swivl about how this great EdTech tool is being used in the classroom.
15 minutes | Dec 18, 2014
10 – Stick Around with Tony Vincent
Jeff talks with Tony Vincent about his app Stick Around and how it can be used in a multitude of ways in the classroom.
4 minutes | Dec 8, 2014
09 – Curating Student and Audience Questions Using Social QA
Curating questions in the classroom, staff meetings, presentations, etc., using the tool Social QA is the topic of this episode.
6 minutes | Nov 25, 2014
08 – Amazon Echo: The Next Classroom Assistant?
The Amazon Echo, a new 'intelligent device' created by Amazon, could become very useful in education. Jeff talks about some of the basic functionality and ways in which it could change the traditional classroom.
11 minutes | Nov 12, 2014
07 – GradeCam: Use Your Camera to Grade Quizzes
Learn how to grade multiple choice quizzes and tests effortlessly using GradeCam. Jeff (@InstTechTalk) tells you how on this episode of ETYSK.
11 minutes | Oct 27, 2014
06 – Using Kodable to Teach Programming
Kodable is an app that helps teach kids how to program by focusing on the fundamentals. Jeff talks with Gretchen, Kodable co-founder, to learn more about what the free app offers.
6 minutes | Sep 25, 2014
05 – Communicate with Students and Parents using Remind
This week's episode of ETYSK talks about Remind and their great tool for communicating with students in your class or who may be members of your team or activity.
10 minutes | Sep 10, 2014
04 – Google Classroom in Your Classroom
Episode 4 – Google Classroom in Your Classroom [etysk] This episode of ETYSK focuses on Google's new Google Classroom LMS (learning management system) that ultimately helps teachers and students stay organized and connected throughout the duration of a course. While Google Classroom is currently only available to those using Google Apps for Education (GAFE), so […]
8 minutes | Aug 19, 2014
03 – Mirroring and Screen Sharing with Reflector, AirParrot, and Slingshot
Jeff talks with the co-founder of AirSquirrels about device mirroring and screen sharing using Reflector, AirParrot, and Slingshot.
6 minutes | Aug 11, 2014
02 – Student Portfolios with Bulb
Jeff talks with the founders of Bulb, a web-based portfolio building tool that allows students to create beautiful portfolios that stay with them through their educational career.
11 minutes | Aug 3, 2014
01 – Thinglink
Jeff talks with Ulla Engeström and Susan Oxnevad about how Thinglink is a great tool for annotation of images and video. Follow the show @EdTechtoKnow
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