Timelines (History Tech #37)

May 31, 2016

Do  you want the ability to do lots and lots of things with only one tool? Creating a timeline is not always a simple task, however technology is making it easier.  A couple of Glenn’s favorite tools for creating timelines are the free web-based tools called Padlet and HSTRY. Padlet not only can be used for collaboration, but can help you  build a functional and chronological presentation with text, dates, images and even videos for a visually appealing and stimulating timeline. HSTRY seems perfect for the “show me what […]

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21st Century Instructional Technology Coach, Kaycee Damming (STEM Everyday #43)

May 23, 2016

It was a great interview with some awesome ideas for adding instructional technology…and about the “V squad”. Research just isn’t writing a report anymore.  Join Chris and his guest Kaycee to hear how technology can take learning to a whole new level.   . . You can connect with Kaycee by going to: Twitther@Dammannology 21st Century Instructional Technology Coach at Swan Valley Schools, Michigan You can always reach Chris Woods at: Twitter:@dailystem Email: Be sure to subscribe to receive […]

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Three Ideas On How To Put STEM Into Your Classroom (STEM Everyday #38)

February 11, 2016

It’s quick, it’s easy, it’s thought provoking.  Yep it’s STEM, science, technology, engineering and Math. Listen in as Chris Woods gives you three great ways to put STEM into your classroom. 1. Link of the day 2. Change your computer background 3. STEM & Tell You can always reach Chris Woods at: Twitter:@dailystem Email: Be sure to subscribe to receive an email of future podcasts.

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Different Writing Strokes For Different Folks (Better Learning For Schools #37)

November 18, 2015

Did you know there are essentially five different types of writing? The types of writing teachers are engaged in the most depends upon their district, what is required of them and where they are in their career. In this podcast Dr. Chandler visits with Jennifer Gonzolas; author, mother, teacher and coach about how writing is for an audience and each audience is different and what it takes to successfully write to that audience.   Curtis Chandler can be contacted at: Twitter @curtischandler6 […]

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Juliana Reyes – Philly (STEM Everyday Special STEAMrollrs #4)

November 6, 2015

STEM Everyday’s  guest host, Marion Leary, has once again an outstanding podcast with Juliana Reyes a member of and reporter for the Philly team. Juliana Reyes has been covering the Philadelphia tech scene since 2012. She’s is a two-time Philadelphia News Award winner for “Community Reporting of the Year” as well as the co-president of the Asian American Journalists Association, Philadelphia chapter. grows local technology communities by connecting organizations and people through news, events and services. They provide unique editorial, […]

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Try Turning It Off and Powering Down (STEM Everyday #31)

November 2, 2015

Even though each new, more complex electronic device promises to make the logistics of our lives a snap, they may actually tie us into never-ending webs. Listen in as Chris Woods shares how his school dedicated a day to turning off and powering down those iPads and smart phones. Written, Performed & Directed by Gary Turk. Website: You can always reach Chris Woods at: Twitter:@dailystem Email: Be sure to subscribe to receive an email of future podcasts.

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Robots, iPads And Museums (History Tech #36)

September 30, 2015

Yep, there is nothing better than a good history museum with all their interactive displays, interesting artifacts, and knowledgeable docents. Done well, a museum visit is not just a good time but can be an incredible learning experience. More and more school districts are struggling to fund off-site field trips to history museums. Subs, entrance fees, fuel costs all add to make it difficult to get kids from schools into places like the Kansas History Museum. And so many museums,  have been forced to […]

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Augmented Reality Challenge #2 ~ Comparing And Describing Photos (Diary Of A Techie Chick #6)

June 15, 2015   In the last podcast Katie Ann got your feel wet with augmentation.  This time she will take you out  a little further into the augmentation world by using photos to get students thinking and questioning. When you look at the pictures you will need to answer the following questions: As you are describing what is happening in the photo use where it is happen. For example – on the left, in the middle, behind and etc…. Use present conditions – […]

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New Hampshire’s Built-in Assessments for Competency (PracticingPBL #6)

June 3, 2015

Join Ginger Lewman and John Martin as John shares a school board member’s view of the importance of the real world application of learning & acquired knowledge. That we need both context AND content. John provides an overview of New Hampshire’s PACE (Performance Assessment for Competency Education), New Hampshire’s answer to the SBAC and PARCC assessments. Schools involved with PACE: Souhegan, Sanborn, Epping, Rochester NH DOE Performance Assessment DOE Overview DOE Guide SAU 14 – Epping Doc […]

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Parents Can Do STEM Too (STEM Everyday #24)

June 2, 2015

It is no secret that parents reading to their child is important to help the child develop necessary life skills .  Parents reading to their child helps them develop language and listening skills and prepares them to understand the written word. In this podcast Chris Woods discusses the important role parents play in developing STEM interest in their child’s  life.  Listen in to hear how  parents can help bring STEM into their child’s life. You can always reach Chris Woods at: […]

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