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Is teaching an Art or a Science? by @JeffBradbury

By   /  December 29, 2013  /  Educator Blogs, Jeff Bradbury, Writers  /  No Comments

The following was written as a homework assignment and is presented here for some educational conversation with others. Please feel free to comment below on your thoughts to the question “Is Teaching an Art or a Science?” Thx, Jeff A Universal Question: Is Teaching an Art, or Science? Is teaching an art or a science?  […]

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TeacherCast App Spotlight: “MentorMob” (@MentorMob @MMVincanity)

By   /  February 3, 2013  /  App Spotlight  /  No Comments

MentorMob

Jeff sits down with Vince Leung from MentorMob to discuss how teachers and students can take advantage of there Peer-to-Peer learning platform. [powerpress] About MentorMob MentorMob is an internet startup whose vision is to make education free for the entire world within the next 4 years. Founded by two Chicagoans with startup experience in the […]

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TeacherCast Podcast #78 “The State of the Edcamp” (@DanCallahan @KristenSwanson @MBTeach)

By   /  January 1, 2013  /  TeacherCast Podcast  /  No Comments

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Jeff sits down with edcamp foundation members Dan Callahan, Kristen Swanson, and MaryBeth Hertz to discuss the past, present, and future of edcamps across the globe. [powerpress] Featured Topics The Birth of edcamp The Growth of edcamp How technology is changing the unconference edcamp’s in 2013 How does edcamp support each other? How can you […]

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TeacherCast Podcast #74 “Student Voice” (@ZakMal @npkakarla @adilmajid)

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

graduate students

Jeff sits down with Zak Malamed, Nikila Karala and Adil Majid from Student Voice to discuss why it is important to include students in the educational reform process. [powerpress] Featured Topics Students finding a voice in this world What has High School done to prepare students for college The importance of Social Media for Young […]

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TeacherCast App Spotlight: Cel.ly (@cellyme)

By   /  December 2, 2012  /  App Spotlight  /  No Comments

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Jeff sits down with Darek Teller and Greg Passmore to discuss how Cel.ly is revolutionizing the way that students and teachers safely communicate with each other through their mobile devices. [powerpress] About Cel.ly With Celly you can create mobile social networks instantly. Family, friends, neighbors, classmates, and coworkers, can organize both public and private messaging groups into secure Twitter-like networks […]

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Gamification= Critical thinking by @LearningsLiving

By   /  November 27, 2012  /  Writers  /  No Comments

When I looked at bringing badges into my class I thought about how can badges be used to open a discussion of goals and assessment.  From the reading I have done it seems like at their best, badges improve student engagement by allowing them to act like the stakeholders they are.  I brought my students into the […]

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TeacherCast App Spotlight: Voki (@officialvoki)

By   /  November 17, 2012  /  App Spotlight  /  No Comments

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Jeff sits down with Eva Diep from Voki to discuss how teachers are using this realistic 3D PhotoFace Technology in their classrooms. [powerpress] About Voki Oddcast is a New York City based company founded in 1999 by Adi Sideman. Oddcast has powered many of the web’s biggest hits, including Ford’s Theme Song-a-tron, Careerbuilder’s Monk- e-Mail, Tide’s Talking […]

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TeacherCast App Spotlight: edwic (@edwic_dot_com)

By   /  November 6, 2012  /  App Spotlight  /  No Comments

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Jeff sits down with Angelo Chrysoulakis from Edwic to discuss how this great online tool is being used by teachers and students worldwide. [powerpress] About edwic Featured Links edwic edwic on Twitter edwic on Facebook  Featured Guests Angelo Chrysoulakis is a founder at Education With Collaboration (edwic.com) and is passionate about education and technology.  He […]

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Purchasing an iPad mini….. you might want to read this first…..by @JeffBradbury

By   /  October 25, 2012  /  Educator Blogs, Jeff Bradbury  /  No Comments

On October 23, the world gathered together to witness the unveiling of the brand new iPad 4th Generation as well as the brand new iPad Mini.  These sleek innovative products are in no doubt going to revolutionize the way that teachers engage their students and with the smaller price tag encourage even more institutions to […]

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TeacherCast Podcast #70 “AdministratorCast 3 (Have you filled your bucket today?)”@Cantiague_Lead @HowePrincipal @PrincipalJ

By   /  October 22, 2012  /  TeacherCast Podcast  /  No Comments

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Jeff sits down with Jessica Johnson, Matt Renwick, and Tony Sinanis do discuss “Bucket Filling” and other ways that Administrators use technology in their schools. [powerpress] Featured Topics Character Education Bucket Filling Teaching Character Education Book: “How Full is your Bucket” Bucket Filling Activities on Social Media Teaching through the 5 Positives PBIS (Behavior RTI) […]

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