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Updated January 2020
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Jeff Utecht leads discussions with educators from around the globe on how educators and administrators are shifting their schools to meet the needs of today's learners.
 
Rationally Speaking is the bi-weekly podcast of New York City Skeptics. Join host Julia Galef and guests as they explore the borderlands between reason and nonsense, likely from unlikely, and science from pseudoscience. Any topic is fair game as long as we can bring reason to bear upon it, with both a skeptical eye and a good dose of humor!We agree with the Marquis de Condorcet, who said that in an open society we ought to devote ourselves to "the tracking down of prejudices in the hiding pl ...
 
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The TechNollerGist shares some #edtech resources you should be using but might not be, as well as an update on his classroom gamification, it's Monopoly time!By TCAPSLoop
 
This week Chris Butler and I have a chat with Tyler, Cassie, and Chris from the Sunnyside School District. A rural school district here in the central part of Washington State. Last November I was invited to be a part of their first Leveled UP conference and was so excited by the experience the participants had I wanted to have them on to share wit…
 
The EdTech Loop is back from winter break and ready to enrich your practice with potentially useful, "Tips for New Teachers." Transcripts coming soon!By TCAPSLoop
 
Starting off the new year with a great conversation about school leadership and setting the culture that you want as a leader starts with servant leadership.By Jeff Utecht
 
Our annual, "5 Favorite EdTech Things," podcast for in 2020. Show notes and transcript will be coming on the horizon. Enjoy the Pod!By TCAPSLoop
 
Chris Butler and I reflect on the 2019 and set the stage for 2020 as we record the last episode for 2019. We'll be back every Wednesday starting January 8th, 2020. Links: Ordinary to you Amazing to others (video)By Jeff Utecht
 
It’s Episode 100 of the EdTech Loop Podcast! Danelle and I are celebrating this shocking centenarian milestone with Stephie Luyt for a very special episode of the Loop; not just because it’s the 100th pod, but because it’s the most potentially useful pod we have recorded, 10 Tips for Digital Parents. The Full Presentation: tinyurl.com/TCAPSdiglit2 …
 
This week Chris Butler and I chat with Collin Gibbs a Social Studies teacher who shares his system for success he uses with his students. Collin also shares his “technology checklist” with all of you. You can find a link to it in the show notes to this episode. It’s a Google Slide so you can make a copy of it for yourself…if you do use and update i…
 
The EdTechLoop Pod is joined by a special guest this week as TCAPS STEM Coordinator, Heidi Skodack, shares her thoughts on the upcoming Hour of Code activities and STEM opportunities for students of all ages. Get involved in the "Hour of Code" December 9-15! Transcript will be coming soon!By TCAPSLoop
 
This week Chris Butler and I chat with new tech coach David Stiner and talk about the ups and downs of being a coach and coaching strategies when you are the only technology coach in the district. Links: Twitter: @madtechteacher CodeCombat: https://codecombat.com/ TikTok Education in India: https://techcrunch.com/2019/10/17/tiktok-education-edutok-…
 
This episode features a pair of interviews on a similar topic: First, Stephanie Lepp (host of the Reckonings podcast) discusses what she's learned from interviewing people who had a serious change of heart, or "reckoning," including a former Neo-nazi and a former sex offender. What causes a reckoning?Second, Buster Benson (author of Why Are We Yell…
 
Our last conversation of November with the authors of Classroom Management in the Digital Age our free give away this month. Remember you can enter to win a free copy of the book by leaving a Flipgrid response to this week's question. Links: Book Twitter: #CMDigitalAge Patrick Green Heather DowdBy Jeff Utecht
 
There's no need to get into any Black Friday lines this year. EdTech Loop already has you covered with the best gifts for the holiday season! Podcast Transcript Larry Burden 0:03 No, that will not do. Larry Burden 0:11 double check we're recording here. Larry Burden 0:13 I'm very happy somebody prepped for this pod. Stephie Luyt 0:15 I know. Larry …
 
A great conversation with 6th Grade ELA teacher Kenzie Munn who teaches at a school that focuses on Project-Based Learning. She uses a host of different apps and has her classroom set up for students to have flexible seating. Check out a video of her classroom in our show notes below: Links: PearDeck: https://www.peardeck.com/googleslides EdPuzzle:…
 
Why is STEM so important in Michigan right now? Because Michigan businesses need STEM educated workers and currently those workers are not available. Businesses struggle to understand why it appears public education is not producing the workforce they need, while educators are attempting to teach kids collaboration, creative thinking and other 21st…
 
What a fantastic conversation for our 100th episode of Shifting Our Schools. Chris Butler and I catch up with Tisha Richmond and talk about supporting teachers as a coach and the power of Personal Learning Networks (PLNs). Links: Voxer App: https://www.voxer.com/ Glide Apps: https://www.glideapps.com/ Marco Polo App: https://www.marcopolo.me/ Slack…
 
The idea of open borders -- letting people move freely between countries, taking a job wherever they can find a job they want -- is still a pretty fringe position, politically speaking. But economist Bryan Caplan makes a compelling case for it in his new graphic nonfiction book, "Open Borders: The Science and Ethics of Immigration," illustrated by …
 
It's early November here in Northern Michigan but it already feels like mid December, possibly February, and we're trying to avoid early onset cabin fever, so we look to Danelle and Stephie to provide some much needed "Ed-Tech Inspiration," to get through the bleak early winter. Show Transcript: Danelle Brostrom 0:00 Obviously it's smarter than I a…
 
This week Chris Butler and I chat with Adam Polluck an IB International Teacher working in Hangzhou, China at a school that focuses on a Project-Based Learning approach. Adam walks us through how he and his colleagues structure 32-week in-depth PBL experiences for students. Links: Adam Polluck: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adam-pollock-3b5b006/ Ente…
 
This week Chris Butler and I chat and have a first look at the newly released Common Sense Media Census: Media Use by Tweens and Teens. Links: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/research/the-common-sense-census-media-use-by-tweens-and-teens-2019By Jeff Utecht
 
Wow! Danelle and I were so thankful to have Ted Kidd and Dylan Chapman join us for this is a jam packed eSports episode of the EdTech Loop Podcast. If you are at all curious about the eSports phenomenon this is a must listen as our guests break down almost any aspect you could think of concern the sport. As the TechNollerGist would say, "Play a gam…
 
Philosopher of mind Keith Frankish is one of the leading proponents of "illusionism," the theory that argues that your subjective experience -- i.e., the "what it is like" to be you -- is a trick of the mind. It's a counterintuitive theory, but Keith makes the case for it in this episode, while explaining the other leading theories of consciousness…
 
Last week we discussed COPPA and the thousands of data points children create just by living and using our personal devices. Students also create data points at school which we hope to use to support teachers in helping those students achieve at their very best. It comes in many forms. You have SAT data, mandated state reporting data, but you also …
 
"The primary mission of COPPA is to place parents in control of what info is collected from their children. As a parent, I find this impossible." - Cheri Kiesecker What is COPPA? In 1998 Congress made some value judgments about the potential harm to children due to online activity. That it was important for websites that are targeted towards kids t…
 
A reflection on trainings I have been giving recently and the use of student monitoring software in a 1:1 classroom. Let's use the software to start conversations, not as a punishment for opening a tab.....BTW....that doesn't change behavior.By Jeff Utecht
 
The Stanford Prison Experiment is one of the most famous psychology experiments in history. For decades, we've been told that it proves how regular people easily turn sadistic when they are asked to role play as prison guards. But the story now appears to be mostly fraudulent. Thibault Le Texier is a researcher who dug into the Stanford archives an…
 
"The comic strip is no longer the comic strip. But in reality and illustrated novel. It is new and raw in form just now, but material for limitless intelligent development. And eventually, and inevitably, it will be a legitimate medium for the best writers and artists. It is already the embryo of a new art form." - Will Eisner Show Transcript: Step…
 
Liz Kolb, the originator of the Triple E Framework, visited us over the summer delivering this year's WiredTC keynote. The TechNollerGist gives his own practical take on the "Framework" and how best to apply it to your technology use in the classroom. Show Transcript: Larry Burden 0:00 What is this app with the little things poking out of it? Larry…
 
It's episode 91 of the EdTechLoop podcast and we are joined by the new boss, not quite the same as the old boss, Evan O'Branovic. Danelle and I grilled the poor guy on almost every current issue involving educational technology during this marathon pod. Evan shares some great insights and a "yes we can," mindset to the pod and District. This is a p…
 
This week while working at the International School of Luxembourg (ISL) I sit down with my good friend Ashley Sawyer and we talk about her 3rd-grade classroom and some of the units she has done with her students that use technology in authentic ways. We also discuss the new portfolio system we are setting up here at ISL and are looking for ideas an…
 
We've heeded the wise writing of "Ditch your Textbook's" Matt Miller, and hope to help you make your next PD not stink. We've all been there. You're partially through a session or keynote and are trying to decide if it's worth your time to sit through the rest. This episode will share some tips to make you a better presenter and help keep your coll…
 
Thanks to Katy McKee a technology coach in the Royal School District for sending this article to me that has me thinking and reflecting on the idea of engagement. Worth a read: Link: What is engagement in a learning experience? https://www.goguardian.com/research-and-insights/state-of-engagement-2019/…
 
We know the elementary school media center is a safe, magical place for many kiddos to explore "Mirrors and Windows." We also know transitioning to Middle School can be pretty overwhelming at the start of the school year. We attempt to draw a Media Center Map for that new Middle School student who just forgot their locker combination, couldn’t find…
 
How do you assess learning when it happens in the process of creating not the product? All too often we assess the product but that is not where the learning occurred. How can we assess learning when it is actually happening...in the process of creating. I invite you to leave a FlipGrid comment over at sospodcast.org and join the conversation on as…
 
I'm a parent, you're a parent, we're also in the educational community and have the opportunity to see both sides of parental communication in education. In an effort to avoid a bunch of random notes shoved in the bottom of the students backpack, we want to talk about some ways that we can use technology to make communication better, easier on both…
 
If you want to understand why things go wrong in business, government, education, psychology, AI, and more, you need to know Goodhart's Law: "When a measure becomes a target, it ceases to become a good measure." In this episode, decision theorist David Manheim explains the dynamics behind Goodhart's Law and some potential solutions to it.…
 
Episode 88 of the EdTechLoop Weekly Podcast! After having our fill of caprese salads and grilled vegetarian kebabs it's finally time to whip up some #GoogleEdu marinade and slather it on this week's meat of the show, “We gave your kid a device...now what?” Additional Links: Parenting in the Digital Age Presentation Parents - you can set limits and …
 
Several recent books have argued there's no difference between male and female brains. Saloni Dattani, a PhD in psychiatric genetics, discusses some of the problems with the argument, and what we really know so far about gender and the brain.By NYC Skeptics
 
The school year is about to begin and the EdTech Loop crew is about ready to get back into the studio. Though I considered attempting to convince Danelle to record a new podcast over the Labour Day weekend, I instead recognized that I value our friendship and decided one more Best Of Episode is a more promising and healthy option. So pop in the ear…
 
Again we jump into the Way Back machine and pay a visit with a slightly younger and more vivacious TechNollerGist who has thoughts on incorporating Design Thinking into the classroom. If you find the pod useful or at least mildly interesting, please subscribe and give us a rating on your app of choice and as always thanks for listening and inspirin…
 
It's rare for public intellectuals to talk about things they've gotten wrong, but geneticist Razib Khan is an exception. He recently published list of 28 things he's changed his mind about in the last decade, not just in genetics, but in other fields of science, politics, society, and religion. Julia interviews Razib about some of the items on the …
 
It’s another Time Travel episode of the EdTechLoop Podcast as we dive back in the Feed with Marty McFly’s DeLorean to Episode 36 Failing to Fail with Danelle Brostrom where we stop trying to be perfect, but endeavour to be useful. And if you find the pod useful, take a moment and subscribe and give us a rating on your app of choice and as always th…
 
Here you go! My top Chrome Extensions for Students to start the new school year. My goal is for you to hear my 5 and then share your favorite chrome extensions that you like to use with students either at #sospodcast or at our Flipgrid at flipgrid.com/sospodcast. Links: Flipgrid: flipgrid.com/sospodcast Share to Classroom Screencastify Selection Re…
 
To kick off August and a month of 1:1 Summer of Fun we start with my reading of the peer-reviewed article I wrote along with Doreen Keller that was published in May 2019. We start with the Connectivism Learning Theory, a theory that talks about the connected ways in which we learn. It's the foundation for my own thinking in changing classrooms and …
 
As we continue on our August theme of 1:1 Summer of Fun I break down two of the major mind-shifts I believe need to happen before we worry about the actual technology in the classroom. Understand that we are redefining what it means to be "Knowledgable" and how we must shift to helping students organize their own learning in a decentralized knowled…
 
It was Podcast moving day last week and the EdTechLoop Pod is happy to now be hosted by Podbean! However all the archived shows did not make it through the move so over the next few weeks before the school year begins I plan to post some of our most popular past episodes starting with the very first BiblioTech podcast featuring local writer and ill…
 
It’s Episode 88 of the not so newly branded EDtech Loop Podcast! We’re getting back to the podcast a little earlier this year with a few "Best Of," compilations from last years shows and maybe some commentary concerning this years WIREDTC Conference. Can't wait to get back in the studio to discuss what's new in Ed Tech!…
 
It's common wisdom that spending a lot of time on your smartphone, or checking social media like Facebook and Twitter, takes a psychological toll. It makes us depressed, insecure, anxious, and isolated -- or so people say. But is there any research to back that up? Julia discusses the evidence with professor Andy Przybylski, director of research at…
 
Over the last two decades, the prices of consumer goods like toys and electronics have gone way down, but the prices of health care and education have gone up roughly 200%. Why? In this episode, economist Alex Tabarrok discusses his latest book, co-authored with Eric Heller, "Why are the Prices So D*mn High?," which blames rising costs on a phenome…
 
A fantastic way to end our conversation with Enumclaw Educators taking to Steve Murphy a High School Social Studies Teacher who's real passion right now is connecting his students to the world outside his classroom. Steve is always looking for new connections around the world to bring into his classroom. Feel free to hit him up on Twitter if you wo…
 
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