EdTech Bites is a Podcast about all things EdTech and Food hosted by Gabriel Carrillo. He interviews teachers, leaders, and innovators to discuss the latest trends in educational technology. Many times, while sharing a meal together. So subscribe, tell a friend or colleague, and remember that great conversations happen when we break bread with great people. Buen Provecho!
Ep. 76: Get Organized With Google Keep And Apple Notes
We are officially in Darktober and things are looking a bit unorganized. Google Keep and Apple Notes are a way to bring some organization to your life, both professional and personal. In this episode, I go over the key features of Google Keep and Apple Notes. I compare the two and talk about their similarities as well as the key differences between the two of them in order to make You a more organized educator and human. So grab yourself a chopped cheese sandwich and get ready to learn how to get organized!
Ep. 75: Chromebook Tips, Google Chrome Tips, And Donuts
In this episode, I go over some of my favorite tips and tricks to work smarter with Chromebooks and Google Chrome. I go over some quick time-saving keyboard shortcuts to give you a little extra time during your day and make you look like a boss doing so. And did I mention that I snack on some homemade donuts while doing so? Stay tuned because I'll be publishing the recipe for these power rings on the EdTech Bites website soon.
Ep. 74: Tim And The People's Top 5 EdTech Apps
In this episode, I'm joined by Tim Cavey of the Teachers On Fire Podcast. A week prior to recording, I asked my PLN to give me their top 5 edtech apps for any given teaching environment. I didn't ask for reasons or justification, I simply asked for a top 5 list. After multiple responses, I compiled a list of your top 5 choices. I then gave Tim this list and asked him to rank the list in his order from 1-5. I did the same.
Ep. 73: Nearpod Updates for Student Engagement
In this episode, I chat with Amber Calderon from Nearpod. She goes over all of the updates that are now available in Nearpod to increase student engagement for face to face, virtual, and blended learning environments. After hearing this episode, you will no longer think of Nearpod as a tool rather, a hub for learning to take place. At the end of this episode let us know on social media if you are a Pop-Tart, a slow cooker, or a pressure cooker. Buen provecho!
Ep. 72: 2020 Beginning Of The Year Keynote
In this episode, I give my 2020 Beginning Of The Year Keynote to motivate educators like you to hit the ground running this school year. I discuss what our students need, focus, and pedagogy. Did I mention I do this while snacking on hatch chili chicken salad and crackers? Well, I just did. So tune in and prepare to get some motivation for this next school year. Buen provecho!
Ep. 71: The New Flipgrid
In this episode, I fly solo and go over all of the updates to the new and improved Flipgrid. I go over each one in detail as well as give some ideas on how these can be utilized in the classroom. So if you didn't get a chance to watch Flipgrid Live 2020, no worries. I got you, Fam! Listen and start getting ideas on how you can use Flipgrid with your students this fall. Don't forget to share this episode with your colleagues and your PLN. Buen provecho!
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Food and fun!
One of my favorite podcasts to listen to and be a part of! Love how he brings in a love of food to continue the conversation! You have to check it out!
A Must Listen!
Recommend for any teacher to listen to this podcast. It's fun, educational and will make you want to eat!
Good Food, Good Convo...What Else Do You Need?
I'm a firm believer that when you break bread together, walls and barriers are easily broken down and relationships can be formed. A podcast built around this concept, especially in the Edtech space where having a PLN and/or now a PLF (Professional Learning Family) are essentials for successful global connection. It's going to be fun to see where this can go...the potential is huge!