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The Google Educast is has been a foundational podcast for educational media since 2010.

Originally published through the EdReach Network, the Google Educast has consistently been a Top 10 podcast for the EdTech/ K12 category, and continues to be a flagship resource for educators around the world.

Hosted by an international cast of educators, including Kevin Brookhouser, Fred Delventhal, Kim Zimmer, Sean Williams, Chris Betcher, Juan DeLuca, Megan Ellis and more, these fine educators continue to bring you the best support for the classroom.

We record each week on Thursday evenings at 7:00 CST and we encourage you to watch live. Of course, each episode is recorded to both YouTube and Soundcloud for later playback.

In June 2015, the show moved to a new online home at www.googleeducast.com, and is now published independently of the EdReach Network. Our original EdReach Show Notes Archive is still online at https://sites.google.com/a/edreach.us/wiki/google-educast. We plan to gradually move all past episodes to the new site.

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    • 4.8, 25 Ratings

The Google Educast is has been a foundational podcast for educational media since 2010.

Originally published through the EdReach Network, the Google Educast has consistently been a Top 10 podcast for the EdTech/ K12 category, and continues to be a flagship resource for educators around the world.

Hosted by an international cast of educators, including Kevin Brookhouser, Fred Delventhal, Kim Zimmer, Sean Williams, Chris Betcher, Juan DeLuca, Megan Ellis and more, these fine educators continue to bring you the best support for the classroom.

We record each week on Thursday evenings at 7:00 CST and we encourage you to watch live. Of course, each episode is recorded to both YouTube and Soundcloud for later playback.

In June 2015, the show moved to a new online home at www.googleeducast.com, and is now published independently of the EdReach Network. Our original EdReach Show Notes Archive is still online at https://sites.google.com/a/edreach.us/wiki/google-educast. We plan to gradually move all past episodes to the new site.

    Google Educast 190 - Kims wins the Educast!

    Google Educast 190 - Kims wins the Educast!

    Join Dan, Kimberly and Chris this week as they talk about the latest from Google in Education. We look at some great updates, apps and extensions for Calendar, as well as Mobile Docs, and more. Dan asks if voice search going to be a “thing” in education. We check out the latest on Chromebooks and their soon-to-be Android capabilities, and Kim drops the mic with a great coding tool that runs on Chromebooks, plus more. We also share a great new feature that lets you embed live charts in Docs and Sheets.

    • 49 min
    Google Educast 189 - Spaces, Slides and Snagit

    Google Educast 189 - Spaces, Slides and Snagit

    Join Dan, Sean and Chris as they catch up on the last few weeks. Just because we take a break doesn’t mean Google does! Meet Spaces, Google new tool to solve some problem we didn’t know we had. Slides gets a Q&A feature. Yay! We talk VR, Tiltbrush, Chrome based alternatives to sophisticated software tools, GBoard, and more. We say goodbye to Snagit, and ruminate on what might happen at Google I/O tomorrow.

    • 54 min
    Google Educast 188 - To The Batcave

    Google Educast 188 - To The Batcave

    This Week on the Google Educast: David Hotler, newly minted Google Education Innovator, joins Fred and Sean to discuss the Innovator Academy. Lots of updates for iOS as well as new updates for Cardboard and Streetview. Creating video on a Chromebook? Several choices are available as well as some *free* photo editing software!

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

Joe greg ,

WHERE ARE YOU?

This is...was?...a great podcast. I am a Technology Trainer at a 1:1 k-8 district and I would look forward to this hour plus weekly poscast but as of October 2014 it has disappeared.

The content does tend to bash Apple which can be taken with a grain of salt, but otherwise nothing to complain about.

Please come back!

I-love-teaching! ,

So . . . endlessly . . . boring.

I love podcasts and I am totally interested in the topic of Google in the classroom, but this is one of the worst podcasts I have ever listened to. I felt like I was in one of those department meetings that just go on and on.

Moby Rocks It ,

Countless tips and tricks!

I have lost count of the tips, tricks and ideas that I have received from this podcast and its cast of educators. Thanks for all your work and enthusiasm for sharing your passions so other educators can grow and learn.

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