Flipgrid, Book Creator, EdPuzzle, & YouTube Live
Spring 2020 Update!
With no NCAA Tournaments in March 2020, it was up to this podcast to come through with riveting match-ups and down to the wire finishes! The only difference is that the House of #EdTech Final Four is all about your favorite #edtech tools and websites. The 2020 edition began with 32 ‘teams’ matched up in four regions. The regions were Create, Collaborate, Communicate, and Critical Thinking.
Through weekly voting, during the month of March, you narrowed the field to four.
Flipgrid, Book Creator App, YouTube Live, and EdPuzzle were your favorites in 2020. The last round of voting created a championship match-up of Flipgrid vs. EdPuzzle. Over the course of this episode, I break down Flipgrid and EdPuzzle by sharing tips and applications of both tools in elementary and secondary classrooms.
Jeremy Hyler – A middle school language arts/science teacher Michigan who enjoys working with middle school students in finding their voice in writing and help them get through this thing called life. He loves learning about new media to incorporate into his classroom. He believes, “The classroom is not about us as teachers, it is about our students and what they want.”
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Ms. Steph Teacher – Stephanie has been a primary school teacher since January 2010 with experience in grades K-6. She’s passionate about teaching and she believes that innovative and interactive lessons help engage student participation and differentiated instruction meets the needs of all students. In June 2014, Steph decided to take an adventure and move her life to Australia where she’s been teaching ever since.
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