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TeacherCast Podcast #76 “Working through a tragedy… how technology can help us” (@Bcurrie5 @Cybraryman1)

By   /  December 23, 2012  /  TeacherCast Podcast  /  No Comments

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Jeff sits down with Jerry Blumengarten and Brad Currie to discuss how educators are using Twitter to connect with each other. [powerpress] Featured Topics Twitter Social Media in the Classroom Using Twitter Hashtags to your advantage Finding the right Twitter Chat Student Involvement in Social Media Twitter for Students FInding the right technology for the […]

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TeacherCast Podcast #64 “Creating PD using Skype and Google Hangouts” @tdallen5 @plnaugle @dkarnoscak

By   /  September 27, 2012  /  TeacherCast Podcast  /  No Comments

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Jeff sits down with Theresa Allen, David Karnoscak, Paula Naugle to discuss how they used Google Hangouts and other collaborative web 2.0 tools to organize the Educators Virtual Professional Development Day. [powerpress] Featured Topics Skype Vs Google Hangout Free Video Conferencing Using Skype in the Classroom Setting the rules of a Skype conversation in class. […]

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TeacherCast Podcast #62 “So… You want to start an Edcamp???” (@scottrrocco @cybraryman1 @mbteach @SOMSlibrary)

By   /  September 7, 2012  /  TeacherCast Podcast  /  No Comments

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Jeff sits down with MaryBeth Hertz, Jerry Blumengarten Scott Rocco and Elissa Malespina to discuss QR Codes in the school as well as the Edcamp Movement.  We discuss how to start and prepare to host an Edcamp and learn all about the great resources available to educators from the Edcamp Foundation. [powerpress] Topics Covered QRCodes: […]

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5 Educators who Fascinate me on Twitter by @JeffBradbury

By   /  July 18, 2012  /  Educator Blogs, Jeff Bradbury, Writers  /  No Comments

Over the last few days, I have seen many blog articles listing great educators on Twitter. True, Twitter is education’s best kept secret.  There are generally two camps to Twitter. There are teachers who get it, and there are teachers who don’t get it.  Those who don’t are really living in an artificial reality.  Those […]

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TeacherCast Podcast #55 “#BYOTChat” (@mytakeonit @jamesdigioia @stevehayes_rb60 @nathan_stevens)

By   /  June 19, 2012  /  TeacherCast Podcast  /  No Comments

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Jeff sits down with the #BYOTChat team to discuss how schools can safely create a safe BYOD environment. [powerpress]         Featured Topics: The #BYOTChat: Thursdays 9-10 Eastern Time What does BYOT mean? How should schools first approach a BYOT atmosphere? Professional Development and BYOT Creating a 3-1 wireless network Getting Teachers to […]

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TeacherCast Podcast #45 “How to begin teaching with Technology” (@cybraryman1, @cteduonline, @adambellow)

By   /  June 9, 2012  /  TeacherCast Podcast  /  No Comments

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Jeff sits down with “CybraryMan” Jerry Blumengarten, Christopher Tully, and Adam Bellow to talk about “Thinking Differently in the Classroom” [powerpress]         Topics Covered: How do you teach… teachers? Twitter in Education Free Technology for your Classroom Teaching Differently in your class Apple Distinguished Educator Workshops Professional Development Conferences Creating a Professional […]

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TeacherCast Podcast #31 “EdCamp” (@DanCallahan @KathyPerret, @cybraryman1 @ksivick)

By   /  May 29, 2012  /  TeacherCast Podcast  /  No Comments

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Jeff sits down with Dan Callanhan, Kim Sevick, Kathy Perret and Jerry Blumengarten to discuss the origins of the Edcamp movement. [powerpress]       Topics Covered: The EdCamp Story What is EdCamp and how did it get started? EdCamp has been described in the press as an “UnConference” … what does that mean? Why […]

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TeacherCast Podcast #27 “The Educational Cybrary” (@cybraryman @cleveriosapps @thenerdyteacher)

By   /  May 27, 2012  /  TeacherCast Podcast  /  No Comments

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Jeff sits down with The Nerdy Teacher, Nick Provansano, Jerry “Cybraryman” Blumengarten and Christopher Hoovler to talk about free web resources and social media. [powerpress] Topics Covered: How can teachers use social media to their advantage? (Google+, Twitter, Facebook) How should a teacher begin to get their feet wet in the digital world? Should teachers […]

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My Secret Life as a Social Studies Teacher

By   /  May 25, 2012  /  Educator Blogs, Jeff Bradbury, Writers  /  No Comments

Ever since I can remember, I have been in love with Social Studies. It was one of the few subjects growing up that sparked my interest. As a 5th grader, I remember winning the Geography Bee and moving on to compete at our local mall. I knew my capitals, my rivers and my mountains because […]

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ISTE Project Newbie 2012

By   /  May 16, 2012  /  Educator Blogs, Jeff Bradbury  /  No Comments

[powerpress] Congratulations to Jerry Blumengarten who has been named the Newbie for ISTE12. Many of you know him by his Twitter handle,@cybraryman1. I was not planning on doing theISTE Newbie Project this year.  I had organized and managed this project for the last three years and I simply needed a break. There is a lot of work that […]

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