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Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset

Jan 2, 2019

Ann Radefeld, Practicing Speeches, Global Learning, Virtual Field Trips & More! EDT002 Show Notes - #EduDuctTape

Jake Miller - @JakeMillerTech -

In Episode 2, Jake discusses how taking risks with educational technology benefits student learning.  He’s then joined by Ann Radefeld (@AnnRadefeld) and they discuss using #edtech to help students practice speeches, connect with a global community of learners and participate in virtual field trips.  Tools discussed include Voice Typing in Google Docs, Screencastify, WeVideo, DoInk, FlipGrid, Skype A Scientist, Skype, Google Hangouts, Google+ and more! Plus, a contest where you can win one of Jake’s GIF Stickers!

  1. Jake’s Monologue - Taking Risks
  2. Today’s Guest: Ann Radefeld - Ann is a Curriculum Facilitator in the North Royalton City School District.  She began her teaching career teaching high school French and German. Ann is passionate about connections and collaborations between teachers, students and the outside world. You can find Ann on Twitter at @annradefeld.
    • Would you rather have a horse’s tail or a unicorn horn?
    • Have an embarrassing message pop up on your computer screen during a presentation to the staff OR have an embarrassing message pop up on your computer screen during a presentation to students
  3. Which of these things do you consider to be less torturous?

Question 1: How kids can practice giving speeches?

Question 2:
 With our students’ futures being part of a global society, how can we initiate collaborations and connections that bring the world to our classroom?

  • “This is My School Video”

Please follow Ann on Twitter at @annradefeld!  And reach out to her to make some classroom connections!