Technology

Augmented Reality Step One ~ Pre-made Triggers (Diary of a Techie Chick #5)

May 22, 2015

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/DTChick_5.mp3   Katie Ann shares a cool way to bring physical, real-world environments to your classroom by using computer-generated sensory. Remember to share your story using social media by using the hashtag #TechieEdu & #AR4Learning. The app to download is:  Chromville The Challenge:  http://www.katieannwilson.com/techieedu/why-use-ar-challenges-the-series-part-1 Contact Katie Ann at: Website – www.katieannwilson.com Blog – www.diaryofatechiechick.com Twitter – @katieann_76 Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/thediaryofatechiechick Pinterest – http://www.pinterest.com/katrina76 Be sure to sign up to receive notification of future podcasts.  

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6 Dot Braille Labeler With Glenn Dobbs (The Way I See It #27)

May 11, 2015

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/TWISI_27_.mp3   Glenn Dobbs visits with Estin Talaver in regards to the new 6 Dot braille labeler that LoganTech has developed.  LoganTech was established in 2015 to realign   and as well as to deliver new products of AAC (Alternative and Augmentative Communication), low vision, and Braille technology. Join Estin as he visits with Glenn Dobbs to hear what sparked Glenn to have the passion to create new technology tools to help those that need assistive technology. Contract Glenn Dobbs at info@loganTech.com info@6dot.com Phone: 203-721-6074 You can […]

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Man Versus Machine (STEM Everday #22)

April 1, 2015

Back in the day it was a big deal to to many to receive the Sears and Roebuck catalog, or as some may have referred to it as ‘the wish book’. Not just being able to order out of the book was special, the fact that the product that was ordered was delivered in the rural areas free of charge.   Well now, could Ebay be the new wish book? Join Chris Woods to hear how the new modern machines, […]

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Wayne Carley – Publisher And Senior Editor S.T.E.M. Magazine (STEM Everyday #21)

March 11, 2015

Wayne Carley is the publisher and senior editor for all content in S.T.E.M. Magazine. S.T.E.M. Magazine believes that the key to success in seeing higher graduation rates, improved testing results and a strong national workforce rests in the hands of the teacher. With that said, S.T.E.M. Magazine will focuses on issues and resources to support educators. S.T.E.M. Magazine realizes it is important to inspire and fuel the creative process of curriculum presentation while addressing the personal needs associated by the relentless […]

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Get Organized With Symbaloo (Diary Of A Techie Chick #2)

February 6, 2015

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/DTChick_2.mp3 Is finding all your web-based tools frustrating, chaotic, overwhelming or just not “working” very well? Guess what, Katie Ann’s challenge to use, Symbaloo, a visual board where you can pin or make tiles will help you tidy up all those cool ideas you have gathered and have a tough time finding. Come on, take Katie Ann’s challenge to create a symbaloo board. Remember you can use the public or Edu version, and remember you need to share one board, but your others […]

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National Council Of Social Studies 2014 (History Tech #30)

February 4, 2015

Deb Brown, Social Studies Consultant extraordinaire, from Shawnee Mission – a large district near Kansas City. Because we’re presenting as part of the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Program, most of them obviously lead back to the Library’s stuff. Analysis Worksheet American Memory Education Page Teacher Resources America’s Library Kindergarten example / video We also looked at a few online tools, including Padlet: Child Labor Immigration For creating final products, Deb shared a mobile app called Our Story. Perfect for […]

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School change: The Myth of education

October 19, 2010

I couldn’t have said it better … NO REALLY! I COULDN’T HAVE SAID IT BETTER! So I’m not going to try. Here is a post from my friend Deb Haneke’s blog. I will take credit for inspiring her to write this post because I placed the link to this video on our group page on […]

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School change: The Myth of education

October 19, 2010

I couldn’t have said it better … NO REALLY! I COULDN’T HAVE SAID IT BETTER! So I’m not going to try. Here is a post from my friend Deb Haneke’s blog. I will take credit for inspiring her to write this post because I placed the link to this video on our group page on […]

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School change: should kids adapt to school, or school adapt to kids?

June 28, 2010

During a conversation about school change an individual made the comment that we’d be fine if, “The kids would just bear down and be responsible like they used to be!” Interesting thought. This individual went on to say that students from foreign countries, especially emerging countries, come to America and kick our kids butts in school. As you might guess, I have a different point of view on this. I think that if our kids got their drinking water from […]

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School change: should kids adapt to school, or school adapt to kids?

June 28, 2010

During a conversation about school change an individual made the comment that we’d be fine if, “The kids would just bear down and be responsible like they used to be!” Interesting thought. This individual went on to say that students from foreign countries, especially emerging countries, come to America and kick our kids butts in school. As you might guess, I have a different point of view on this. I think that if our kids got their drinking water from […]

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