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Christopher Nesi is certified in social studies (K-12) in the state of New Jersey. Christopher Nesi has inspired students at the middle and high school levels. Nesi enjoys incorporating established and new technology in his classroom. Nesi also tirelessly works to evolve his growing understanding of what it means to provide for the 21st century learner.

Christopher Nesi also brings creativity, passion, energy, and a love for learning to the classroom. Nesi is a collaborative, forward-thinking, problem solving, and student-centered educator.

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10.28.2014

On Friday, October 24, 2014 Katelyn and I traveled to Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) to present at their 20th Annual Technology Conference.

In 2013 we presented each presented separate sessions and this year we were were invited back and we decided to co-present two sessions.

One session was called, 'Research. It's Not That Hard!' and the second session was, 'Stop Curating and Start Creating!'

The conference started off with keynote speaker, Kwan Morrow. Morrow is 2007 alum of the college and also serves on on the Foundation Board of MCCC. He currently owns his own company, KM Social Marketing and he works as a Social Media Marketing Consultant. His keynote address was very well thought out and his message spoke to how the world of education is preparing today's students for tomorrow's jobs. He was specifically addressing technology and how valuable it is for our students.


Katelyn and I also caught up with our MCCC friend, Matthew Feldman. He was a presenter and we've spoken a few times since last year's conference. He's one of the most down to earth professors I've ever met. If you're looking for inspiration on using student responders in your class you need to speak with Matt!

I shared additional details of our experience on House of #EdTech episode 22.

10.27.2014

The House of #EdTech podcast is now being hosted on Libsyn!

How does this effect you?

It doesn't! By hosting the podcast on a dedicated media host the House of #EdTech will now be available for download and streaming with no down time. I previously hosted the episodes using a combination of Dropbox and Google Drive and this caused issues for people because of bandwidth and download restrictions.

I am very excited to be using dedicated media host for the podcast because I was stressing out about the show not being readily available and now it will be. I wanted to take care of this sooner rather than later because I do not plan to stop producing the show and the back catalog just continues to grow each month.

If you're a podcaster and are looking for a solid industry standard in media hosting for your podcast then I recommend Libsyn. I am getting my first month free and you can too! I used the promo code SOPFREE courtesy of the School of Podcasting with Dave Jackson.

Thanks for reading, viewing, and sharing!

Mr. Christopher J. Nesi

10.26.2014

Derek Larson is a elementary school teacher from Southern Utah, an #edtech enthusiast, and a fan of the House of #EdTech podcast!

Episode #26 is coming! I am still looking for you to participate in the first House of #EdTech SmackDown! Send me an audio clip of you talking about your favorite app, website, or edtech tool. Messages should be 2 min or less.

I look forward to having you be a part of the show!

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Derek Larson is a 4th grade teacher Southern Utah. Derek is a graduate of both Dixie State College of Utah (BS) and Southern Utah University (M.Ed.) and he is currently pursuing his Administrative Certification, also from Southern Utah University.

Derek Larson also serves as a member of the Southern Utah Educators Conference Committee and he is on the board for the Utah Coalition for Educational Technology. In April of 2014 Derek was awarded the 2014 UCET Outstanding Young Educator of the Year, an award presented to an outstanding young educator, in the first ten years of their teaching career, who demonstrates vision, innovation, action, and transformation using technology to improve teaching and learning.

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Stoodle: A free, instant online classroom. Stoodle offers real-time collaboration on a virtual whiteboard with as many pages as are needed. With Stoodle you have the ability to use both voice conferencing and text chat for collaboration. All virtual classrooms can be stored for later access. Within the whiteboard, you can upload images and use whiteboard drawing tools.

Features: 
- Real-time collaboration on a virtual whiteboard with infinite pages.
- Real-time communication through voice conferencing and text chat.
- Permanent storage of all classrooms for later access.
- Access to basic drawing tools and colors.

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AJ Bianco - Husband, Daddy, & 6th Grade Social Studies teacher.

AJ is interested in learning more about technology so that he can integrate technology into his classroom and get his students engaged and excited to learn. He currently teaches at Benjamin Franklin Middle School (Ridgewood, NJ).

AJ is active on Twitter chats like #njed #edchat #sschat #tlap and #FlipClass

He's also one of many minds behind EdCampNJ

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Mr. Christopher J. Nesi

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10.24.2014

You're enjoying this week's roundup and I am presenting today at Montgomery County (PA) Community College's 20th Annual Technology Conference

Enjoy the roundup? Consider listening to my podcast, House of #EdTech. Each episode contains recommendations, tech news, and my take on education that will help you integrate technology into your teaching. Listen & subscribe today!

The next episode will be released on Sunday, October 26, 2014 and I will sharing my conversation with Utah elementary school teacher, Derek Larsen.

Be sure to check out how you can  contribute to the House of #EdTech podcast for my upcoming 26th episode and celebrate the one year anniversary of the show!

If you're affiliated with or are a fan of an upcoming education conference check out my recent post about how you can promote education conferences on the podcast!

Enjoy this week's round up and if you have suggestions for great technology or professional development articles please email me: feedback@chrisnesi.com

PROFESSIONAL & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT CORNER

#EDTECH TOOLS, APPS, RESOURCES

MR. NESI'S PICK(s) OF THE WEEK

INSPIRING QUOTE OF THE WEEK

"The most effective way to do it, is to do it."
~ Amelia Earhart

Thanks for reading, viewing, and sharing!

Mr. Christopher J. Nesi

10.21.2014

The one year anniversary of the House of #EdTech podcast will happen on Sunday, December 21, 2014!

To mark this special event I am planning the first annual HOET Smackdown. In this episode I would like to feature 26 tools, apps, & websites that you find useful in your teaching.

While you can email me your contribution and I would be happy to read your contribution on the show, I would prefer it if you provide audio. Send me your audio as an mp3 and in 2 minutes or less talk about something you would like to share with the House of #EdTech Community.

Be sure to also let me know some information about yourself - your name, where you're from, what you teach, and your website or other online presence.

The deadline to submit your entry will be Sunday, December 14, 2014.

Ways to submit your entry

Click the Send Feedback button to the right (Powered by SpeakPipe)
Call (732) 903-4869 to leave a voicemail
Contact me via Voxer cnesi4602
Email feedback@chrisnesi.com (mp3 or wav file 2 min or less)

Thanks for reading and please share this post!

Mr. Christopher J. Nesi

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10.17.2014

Welcome back true believers! The links below contain some of the coolest tech tips and tools that are hot right now!

If you enjoy this roundup you may also enjoy my podcast, House of #EdTech. Each episode contains recommendations, tech news, and my take on education that will help you integrate technology into your teaching. Listen & subscribe today!

The next episode will be released on Sunday, October 26, 2014 and I will sharing my conversation with Utah teacher, Derek Larsen.

If you're affiliated with or are a fan of an upcoming education conference check out my recent post about how you can promote education conferences on the podcast!

Enjoy this week's round up and if you have suggestions for great technology or professional development articles please email me: feedback@chrisnesi.com

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORNER

#EDTECH TOOLS, APPS, RESOURCES

MR. NESI'S PICK(s) OF THE WEEK

INSPIRING QUOTE OF THE WEEK

"Don't watch the clock; do what it does. Keep going."
~ Sam Levenson

Thanks for reading, viewing, and sharing!

Mr. Christopher J. Nesi

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