Wordle, Prezi, VoiceThread & More – These Educators Know It All!
I've been having a blast with our 2 Minute EdTech Talks... meeting some great new movers and shakers across the educational globe and reconnecting with old friends.
Here's who we've talked to so far... click on the links below to check out their video interview.
- Dave Dodgson, English as a second language teacher in Turkey, talks about Wordle.
- Cory Plough, online course developer, facilitator, and instructor in Nevada, talks about Screencast-o-matic and tips for educators new to teaching online.
- Steven Katz, Technology Integration Specialist in South Korea, talks about Prezi and Audacity.
- Steven Anderson, instructional technologist in Winston Salem, NC, talks about VoiceThread.
- Kimberly Munoz, middle school technology teacher in College Station, TX, talks about CoverItLive.
- Eric Scheninger, principal from New Milford High School in New Jersey, talks about social media for school administrators.
- Shannon Wentworth, instructional technology teacher in Colorado, talks about Glogster.
- Richard Byrne, social studies teacher in South Paris, Maine, talks about Drop.io.
- Gwynn Moore, instructional technology teacher in Colorado, talks about Piclits.com.
- Lisa Parisi, 5th grade teacher from Long Island, New York, talks about Xtranormal.
- Kyle Pace, instructional technology specialist in Kansas City, Missouri, talks about TypeWith.me.
- Shelly Terrell, vice president of educator outreach for Parentella and teacher in Germany talks about learning beyond the classroom walls.
- Alex Francisco, English teacher in Portugal talks about GoAnimate.
- Mike Alfred, teacher in Washington, talks about cellphones in his classroom.
I'm on the lookout for future interviewees - click here to apply to be a part of a future EdTech Talk.
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