Kate Nesi, my wife, has started her own podcast,, and she shares her views on continued growth.
As an ‘edtech’ person are you required to know ‘everything?’
Based on the tweet Katelyn and I share our thoughts on our own expectations for what we need to know when it comes to being at the forefront of edtech or whatever your area of interest is.
Kate focuses on herself and what she can help people with. Her day job isn’t her entire source of professional fulfillment.
Ultimately, we both agree that your build knowledge over time.
Podcast Jockey - UPDATE: DOESN'T EXIST ANYMORE
Podcast Jockey allows you to search podcasts to find your favorite creators, add episodes to your collection, publish your feed, and share with your audience and grow your listeners.
Podcast Jockey, for free, allows you to curate podcasts you love and share them with others.
I spoke with the founder, Azhar Bande-Ali, for a few minutes to share his passion for podcasts and you can leverage this site as an educator.
Kate Nesi and the Lifelong Learning Podcast!
About the Lifelong Learning Podcast
On the Lifelong Learning Podcast, host Kate Nesi, wife, mother, runner, frugal mom$ter, and librarian, shares her experiences in the continuous pursuit of lifelong learning.
UPDATE: Lifelong Learning Podcast is retired
JEANETTE BRUNO and FRIENDS – On August 16, 2017, I was invited to Marlboro High School (NJ) to conduct a session on Twitter for Educators. I had the honor of teaming up with my good friend Jeanette Bruno and I got to speak with some great educators who are passionate about harnessing the power of Twitter and becoming more connected as educators.
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