Educational learning podcasts
Episode 18 - NYSCATE 2019.mp3
formation and Resources from Episode 18:#NYSCATE19@NYSCATENYSCATE Wakelet4 most common eSports vendors:PlayVSHigh School eSports League (HSEL)Electronic Gaming FederationNorth America Scholastic eSports Federation (NASEF)Common eSports games:FortniteLeague of LegendsRocket LeagueSmiteLiz Roth from Spencerport NY – Cellphone Etiquette presentation
Episode 17 - Matt Miller.mp3
rah Wittmeyer and Ryan McGinnis have the pleasure to sit down with Summer Tech Camps keynote speaker, Matt Miller of the Ditch that Textbook series. Matt is a high school Spanish teacher who has some really amazing and innovative ideas for teacher who are interested in transforming the way that they teach. For more information, check out his blog (ditchthattextbook.com) or follow Matt on Twitter @jMattMiller.
Episode 16 - Podcasting.mp3
rah Wittmeyer and Brendan Keiser talk about their journey with podcasting and creating and developing the CA Today Podcast. They go over 5 steps to consider if youre thinking about starting a podcast that will take your idea and help to make it a reality. Also, Brendan has some exciting news to share! Some of the resources we shared in this episode:SoundzaboudGarageband Anchor Canva
Episode 15 - Summer Tech Camp .mp3
day I sat down with Clay Nolan and Ryan McGinnis to talk about CABOCES Summer Tech Camp, coming this summer August 20th and 21st. We will be hosting author and ed-tech guru, Matt Miller (@jmattmiller) of Ditch that Textbook and Ditch that Homework. Check out his blog here. Also, we shine a light on many area teacher presenters from our region! If you’re interested in learning more about Summer Tech Camp or registering to attend, please visit register.caboces.org.
Episode 14 - An Interview with Tim Clarke.mp3
this episode: Brendan Keiser and Sarah Wittmeyer sat down with CA BOCESs Senior Program Manager for Professional Development (and their boss), Tim Clarke, to talk all about the art of leadership. What does it take to be a leader of leaders? How do you support your team in taking risks? How do you empower and grow the skills of your team members? And from a regional perspective, what are effective school leaders doing that are bringing their students and schools success?
Episode 13 - Talking Social Studies with Rob Griffith.mp3
On this episode: Brendan Keiser and Sarah Wittmeyer sat down with CA BOCESs own, Rob Griffith, for a comprehensive conversation around social studies curriculum and instruction. We discussed the new Regents exams, the Social Studies Framework, the benefits of an inquiry approach to social studies instruction, and even apps and technology tools you can use to support your students understanding of historical documents and more!EngageNY resources:
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Fresh ideas and great topics—can’t wait for future episodes!!
It’s great to hear local voices speaking about regional, state, and national trends in education. The various show segments in Episode 1 kept things moving and the extended interview with a local educator about Maker Spaces in Episode 2 provided a good look at the school’s vision and practical ideas for creating a space for learners!