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ESSDACLlogoSmallThe Remarkable Chatter network is a collection of podcast shows hosted by innovative, creative and highly effective educators with insights and knowledge that can benefit every educator. We will continue to add new shows as we discover new and interesting shows done by educators around the world. If you are an educational podcaster and would be interested in joining our network please contact us through our contact page.

STEM Everyday Bonus!

March 23, 2017

It’s a bonus day for the STEM Everyday podcast. Our very own Chris Woods was a presenter at MACUL 2017.  He was kind enough to allow us to post the video of his presentation.  Enjoy!   Host of the STEM Everyday podcast: Chris Woods HS Math Teacher, STEM Presenter, iBook creator, & Podcaster “STEM is everywhere…Let me help you see it & add it to your classroom” Find Chris on Twitter: @dailystem

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STEM Everyday #57: Education Conferences

March 21, 2017

Fresh off of attending and presenting at the 2017 MACUL conference in Detroit, MI., Chris gives his thoughts on the benefits attending education conferences.  How to utilize them for connecting with new people, share experiences, and collaborate with others. Host of the STEM Everyday podcast:  Chris Woods HS Math Teacher, STEM Presenter, iBook creator, & Podcaster “STEM is everywhere…Let me help you  see it & add it to your classroom” Find Chris on Twitter:  @dailystem  

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STEM Everyday #56: Education Buzzwords

March 14, 2017

Buzzword:  a word or phrase, often an item of jargon, that is fashionable at a particular time or in a particular context. Buzzwords seem to be the hot thing in education.  Of course, there is the big one S.T.E.M which is for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics?  Maybe in place of S.T.E.M., you could broaden the focus into S.T.A.M.P.E.R., Science, Technology, Arts, Mathematics, Physical, Emotions, and Reason.  Is there a next big buzzword out there?  Chris gives his thoughts on this topic. […]

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History Tech #42: 5 Podcasts To Listen To

March 9, 2017

On this episode of the History Tech podcast, Glenn shares 5 of his favorite podcasts to listen to. Podcasting, once an obscure method of spreading information, has become a recognized medium for distributing audio content, whether for corporate or personal use.  Podcasts are similar to radio programs, but they are audio files.  Listeners can play them at their convenience, using devices that have become more common than portable broadcast receivers. Radiolab Presents: More Perfect  http://www.wnyc.org/shows/radiolabmoreperfect/ How does an elite group […]

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STEM Everyday #55: Maureen Marcoux from Ardusat

March 7, 2017

On episode #55 Chris talks with Maureen Marcoux.  Maureen is Business Development manager with Ardusat.  Ardusat gets excited about providing groundbreaking collaborative tools, community, and support that are a natural fit in the classroom but can take those possibilities anywhere. Find Maureen on Twitter: @MaureenM31 Website:  www.ardusat.com Twitter:  @Ardusat Instagram:  ardusat_ed   Host of the STEM Everyday podcast:  Chris Woods  HS Math Teacher, STEM Presenter, iBook creator, & Podcaster “STEM is everywhere… Let me help you see it & add […]

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History Tech #41: Integrating VR into your classroom

March 3, 2017

Today on History Tech Glenn talks 3D and virtual reality.  VR can model the world in an incredibly visual way.  You can virtually hike the Grand Canyon or take a class trip to ancient Egypt.  And, it can also allow those worlds to be expanded and shrunk, played with and entered. Google Cardboard – Experience virtual reality in a simple, fun, and affordable way. Google Expeditions – With Expeditions, teachers can take students on immersive, virtual journeys. Google Street View – Explore world landmarks, […]

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STEM Everyday #54: Allison Bischoff

February 28, 2017

windows 10 product key windows10explained.com   On episode 54 of the STEM Everyday podcast, Chris connects with Allison Bischoff.  Allison and Jessica Gordon founded the Rozzy Learning Company.   ABOUT THE ROZZY TEAM As a preschool teacher, Jessica spent hours digging through Pinterest boards, education blogs, and old curriculum guides to find science activities to do with her students. It quickly became clear that this was not the best of use of her time! Instead of focusing on doing what […]

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History Tech #40: 7 Nontraditional Primary Source Places To Go

February 23, 2017

Sometimes you just need a helping hand getting out of the same old same old to add something new to a lesson that might just be missing that something or engaging the student windows10explained actor.  In this weeks edition of History Tech Glenn introduces you to 7 Nontraditional Primary Source Places To Go for your students to find material they can use.   Newsela.com – is an innovative way for students to build reading comprehension with nonfiction that is always relevant: daily […]

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STEM Everyday #53: Jeff Bush

February 21, 2017

This week on the STEM Everyday podcast, Chris connects with Jeff Bush from windows 10 key Online Kent Innovation High in Grand Rapids, MI. where he is a facilitator of learning.  Kent  Innovation Offers some exciting new concepts in learning, focusing on project-based learning in a team environment.  Jeff graduated from Grand Valley  State University.  He has taught a wide variety of Social Studies topics, including buy windows 10 key history, geography, government, and economics. Find Jeff on Twitter:  @bushjms […]

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STEM Everyday #52: Amy Farkas

February 14, 2017

Chris chats with Amy Farkas while at MACUL 2016.  Amy talks about her journey from working within the industry to becoming a teacher.  It is a great conversation of how giving just a little bit of your buy windows 10 Product Key time and volunteering with a class lead to what Amy is doing now in the education field.  She just does not want herwindows 10 Product Key sale students to think outside the box, she is looking for them […]

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