18 episodes

For The Love of EdTech is a podcast by educators for educators. The podcast explores how educational technology can be used to improve students' learning experience and easy ways educators can implement EdTech in their classrooms. Hosted by Kara Hutchinson and Caryn Kelley, For The Love of EdTech will introduce educators to the wide and developing world of educational technology through expert advice, guest interviews, additional resources and much more! The podcast premieres September 23 and then will have new episodes drop every other Thursday.

For The Love of EdTech Kara Hutchinson, Caryn Kelley

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

For The Love of EdTech is a podcast by educators for educators. The podcast explores how educational technology can be used to improve students' learning experience and easy ways educators can implement EdTech in their classrooms. Hosted by Kara Hutchinson and Caryn Kelley, For The Love of EdTech will introduce educators to the wide and developing world of educational technology through expert advice, guest interviews, additional resources and much more! The podcast premieres September 23 and then will have new episodes drop every other Thursday.

    17. How STEM Can Change the Way You Teach with Liz Wolfe-Eberly

    17. How STEM Can Change the Way You Teach with Liz Wolfe-Eberly

    Joining us for the first episode of Season 2 is the wonderful Liz Wolfe-Eberly, Director of the Dayton Regional STEM Center! Find out how STEM/STEAM concepts can change the way you teach.
    Season 2 of our podcast is sponsored by VIZOR! VIZOR is a Chromebook and IT Asset management software solution designed specifically for School Districts that seamlessly integrates with the Google Admin Console and your Student information system. To find out how VIZOR can help your School manage Chromebooks and get 20% off go to vizor.cloud/loveedtech. Thanks for your support VIZOR!

    • 25 min
    Making Math Fun Using Roblox with Jon Goga

    Making Math Fun Using Roblox with Jon Goga

    We are wrapping up the first season of our For the Love of EdTech podcast today! Listen in as hosts Kara and Caryn sit down with Jon Goga from Brainy Spinach to discuss how Roblox can be used as an educational tool in the classroom and how technology can make sometimes “hated” subjects fun. 

    • 41 min
    Reasons to Love INFOhio and Your Library with Lori Lee

    Reasons to Love INFOhio and Your Library with Lori Lee

     Did you know you can borrow everything from DVDs to Cricut machines at your local library? Learn about those resources and INFOhio on today’s brand new episode of our podcast “For the Love of EdTech.”

    • 32 min
    Bringing Imagination to the Classroom Through Minecraft with Michael Foy

    Bringing Imagination to the Classroom Through Minecraft with Michael Foy

    How did one teacher’s love for Disney’s Imagineers and passion for storytelling lead to teaching students to build out a theme park using Minecraft and STEAM concepts? Listen to Michael Foy’s story on this new “For the Love of EdTech” episode.

    • 35 min
    The Benefit of Peer Review with David Kofoed Wind

    The Benefit of Peer Review with David Kofoed Wind

     David Kofoed Wind, CEO of Peergrade and Eduflow, joins us to discuss how the peer-reviewing process can be beneficial for students and educators!  

    • 39 min
    Promoting Literacy Using YouTube with Nikhita Bhatia

    Promoting Literacy Using YouTube with Nikhita Bhatia

    Getting young learners engaged can be difficult, even for the most seasoned professionals. Our special guest today, Nikhita Bhatia, has addressed this problem with the creation of her YouTube channel, "Me Time with Niki," which aims to promote literacy through the use of storytelling with her puppet named Chico! 

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

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6 Ratings

cheebong ,

Enjoyed the First Episode

I enjoyed listening to this first episode on Ed Tech. Looking forward to future podcasts from the great personalities.

gerbnole ,

Great idea!

So glad that you are doing this! Can’t wait to hear from all the great Ed Tech personalities in the Dayton area.