Chris does a great job of helping educators feel calm and confident about educational technology and in this time of distance learning, this is so beneficial!
As a Student teacher who has been displaced due to the current events of COVID-19. Our hours are being made up by doing other activities, one being listening to podcasts. I have found this podcast to be beyond helpful and fun to listen to. I have listened to about 15 podcasts now, and I can not recommend this podcast enough for new educators!! I have recommended this podcast to all of my fellow displaced teachers and they have all loved it just as much as I have!
Need an update on what's going on in edtech? Chris Nesi is right there for you. This podcast is always there, like clockwork, with relevant, current info. I've been listening for years and have learned lots! Thanks Chris!
This podcast really offers a ton of great resources and ideas for integrating technology. It also offers a positive space to get answers to your biggest integration questions. Easy to listen to and I always learn something new!
This podcast is essential listening for any educator, not just technology coaches! I have gotten so many ideas and tons of inspiration from both the host and guests. I even went back and saved a ton of episodes that I want to listen to! Thanks for the great content and encourage others to tune in :)
As the Tech Coordinator and teacher at a small private school, I’m well informed to evolving technology in education thanks to Chris Nesi’s podcast that’s full of information and new ideas.
I have a bit of a drive into school each morning and this is a podcast I love listening to. It gives me new energy to put in my work as an EdTech coach, and gives me new tools I can check out! Sometimes work can make you feel like you lack value, but he helps by making you feel like he’s on your team, helping teachers and students with education in a digital-centered world!
Syncing Digital and Physical Learning Environments was an awesome Podcast! I love hearing the real questions and thoughts- it’s not about being cute! Thinking about the learning space in terms of your core verbs makes so much sense. Also love the idea of taking away the “decorations” and really purposefully deciding what the space says to your students - asking them what is helping them learn. Building spaces for creating content and displaying photos of students in authentic learning experiences is awesome! Great episode! Probably my favorite one so far as we are learning about personalized learning and giving student choices in where, what and how they learn, who they work with and what they produce. Can’t wait to check out the articles in the show notes with the research behind flexible learning environments! 🙌🙌🧠💡
@chrisnesi does a phenomenal job providing teachers with the latest edtech trends in education. Mr. Nesi breaks down the barriers of technology integration in education and provides the listener with a sense of understanding. If you have questions... Chris has you covered. He often continues dialogue outside of the show with his listeners and fellow peers.
After every podcast, I find myself going back and reflecting on what I just heard. Thank you for the honesty and amazing inspiration!
I’m not even an educator, but I love hearing all about the latest advancements in Ed Tech. Nesi is a great host and instantly engaging. A fantastic listen!!
Chris has a variety of guests who are in the field using these technologies in their classrooms on a daily basis. He has a variety of educational technology information new matter what subject, area or grade level you teach. Chris is responsive to his guests who call in and gives his all to make his podcast a worthwhile listen for teachers!
Thank you Cris for your insights into new tech, interviews with current innovative educators and practical advice for your listeners. I know my students have a better teacher because of the things I learned from this podcast and put into place with them.
Chris has his hands in some of the best podcasts in the education sphere, and his flagship show House of #EdTech is no exception. Every episode features an EdTech Tip, a specific tool to try, and usually an interesting interview. Across the board, you get lots of great info every week. Beyond that, as the creator of the EduPodcast Network, I greatly appreciate his support of other podcasters. He helped me find many other great education podcasts to help improve my professional development and PLN. Thanks Mr. Nesi!
Who better to spend my weekly commute with than Chris Nesi. Chris and his #HouseofEdTech fill my mind with thought provoking ideas, great new edtech tips, and teaching strategies from amazing educators from all over our country. Chris and his commentary NEVER disappoint! Thanks Chris for #keepingitreal ✌️
My trip to work and back is about 39 minutes. I love learning some great tips from Chris including a new app or extension to share with my teachers. Plus he brings topics that are something as District Technologist I need to be on top of in terms of helping my teachers. One of his recent episodes on OER is something I really did not know much about! Thank you CHRIS for making it real!
I'm a podcast newbie. I made it one of my New Years revolutions to begin listening to podcasts for my job this has been by far one of the best that I have found and I've listened to 21 episodes so far! Keep up the great work! Love the show.
Mr. Nesi brings it together really well. This podcast is more than teachers talking to teachers. It's more than technologists talking to technologists. It's well organized, follows a great structure, packs a lot in, and is entertaining. Specifically, each episode has practical, teacher-focused interviews with great guests, recommendations for tools and services for teachers, an #EdTech VIP, discount codes, announcements, and show notes posted online. Years ago I taught middle school and now I run an innovation and design agency in California. At work, we decided to ramp up on everything going on in edtech so we can follow our hearts and start working with more education-related clients. This podcast was exactly what we needed. I listened to the first two years back to back. Now I'm plowing through the third year. Keep up the great work, Mr. Nesi!
Mr. Nesi is a phenomenal host! He challenges myself to introduce new concepts to my teaching. This is one of my top listens as an educator.
Chris Nesi does a tremendous job creating content in the #houseofedtech podcast world! His interviews are always relevant and timely for what is happening in the edtech world! Tune in! You are missing out if you don't!
Chris does an awesome job providing applicable ideas and tools to use in the classroom right away. Teachers and leaders can easily implement what is shared on the show. He brings on relevant and knowledgable guests and does a wonderful job editing the show to keep an extremely high production value. Great work, Chris!
Mr. Nesi does a great job of bringing in speakers and addressing topics that appeal to anyone in tech. He and his guests break down topics so that they are relatable to those new to tech and those who have lots of experience. I always feel so inspired after listening to this podcast! I've shared things I've learned with others - from educators to giving feedback to Google reps!
I found #houseofedtech when I searched for the best education podcasts online. I began listening the week before school started and wished I had started sooner. This podcast is a gem! Chris has diverse guests, plenty of technology talk and is extremely passionate about teaching. You will receive tons of great tips from my favorite segment - tech recommendations - even though the Houseofedtech VIP gets a lot of hoopla. I just finished episode 14 and look forward to the next--I am 2 years behind and I am in serious binge mode. Keep up the great work Chris! Just start listening and you will be thrilled you did! Dawn Rodriguez @drodcme on Twitter
Chris Nesi does a fantastic job informing us of different edtech tools with practical examples we can use in our classroom. His interviews and three segments inspire and inform in the same podcast. Listening to him has led me to think I can start my own science teaching in South Dakota podcast. Thank you Chris for all the work you put in.
Christopher provides helpful and informative advice and tips for the best ways to incorporate technology into modern day teaching. The show is well produced and entertaining, too!
I listen to this podcast for specific take aways I can use in my classroom that day or the next day. Podcasts in general are sometimes stressful for me because there is allot of "busy talk" and "chit chat". I love how this podcast stays on topic, gets to the point, gets you information quick, and gives specific ideas. Love it!
Thank you for producing this informative podcast. Thank you, too, for all the work you do to make it so polished.
If you only have time to listen to one #EdTech podcast, choose those The House of #EdTech. It is helpful, informative, and practical. Every podcast provides an EdTech tip, a VIP, and an informative interview session. Download the most current episode, and give it a lesson. I bet you'll download the rest of the episodes to give it another listen.
I have only been listening to podcasts for about six months. I found this podcast early on and I cannot say enough about how much I have gained. I have learned about technology that I have incorporated in various ways in my classroom, I have expanded my personal learning network, and I have discovered many other educators to learn from, thanks to Chris. He also made time to talk to me about getting started on Twitter. Truly, this podcast has been an invaluable addition to my teaching life.
I have been listening to this podcast since the beginning. I rarely give reviews as often as I should. This deserves the 5 stars for sure. Chris Nesi is very relatable and brings great insights from the world of educational technology
I have listened to and downloaded almost every single episode of the House of #Edtech podcast. Chris is an amazing educator on an incredible mission. I have learned so much from him over the past two years about teaching strategies, pedagogy, technology implementation and integration, and a multitude of apps and people to follow and connect with. Thanks to Chris I am a connected educator and constantly growing my PLN. I finally had the pleasure of meeting Chris at EdCampNJ and I hope to connect with him many more times throughout our educational careers. Cheers and you rock!
House of #EdTech is one of the best #edtech podcasts every educator (teacher, administrator, student, etc.) should listen to! Chris’ dedication to creating and delivering relevant content is evident throughout every segment of this podcast. This is one encouraging and motivating podcast! Happy listening!
The House of Ed Tech is a great Podcast if you want to learn more about Education Technology. Mr. Nesi does a great job at combining different elements into a Podcast. He is real and an educator and you can hear his passion through his PodCast. Enjoy!!
Always looking forward to what's next. Great guests and content in each episode!
Fantastic show. Chris provides such wonderful and engaging topics. His audio quality is top notch and guests are amazing. I've already adapted many ideas in my own teaching. Better yet, Chris is very open to connecting with his listeners through Twitter and Voxer.
Chris Nesi does a tremendous job getting awesome content and guests for his podcast. The sound quality is superb and he offers his unique, pragmatic, and realistic take on educational technology. Highly recommended - John Mason, Host of beardED Podcast
I’ve been listening to the House of #EdTech since almost the beginning and haven’t missed an episode! Chris does a good job of mixing it up, from featured interviews to the EdTech Thought to his VIPs, there’s something out there for every educator who is striving to stay connected. Definitely one to add to the top of your listening list!
Excellent interview of Jenna Kleine from ClassDojo! I really enjoyed hearing the overview of what ClassDojo is. This was the first podcast I've listened to and I'm hooked!
As a member of the #EdJusticeLeague, Mr. Nesi is out to put a end to bad teaching. His awesome podcast features great content and engaging guests who are passionate about education and technology. I love starting my day with House of #EdTech!
This podcast offers great content for listeners interested in EdTech through interviews, reviews, recommendations, etc. Chris Nesi is an enthusiastic educator who provides a program that includes practical suggestions and the opportunity to learn from various EdTech leaders. Thank you for your efforts to advance professional learning for educators!
I love this podcast! I get my PL on the go during my commute to and from school listening to these podcasts; GREAT guest speakers. GREAT conversation and discussion on the progressions of education & technology. GREAT addition to my PLN!
This is a great podcast to subscribe to for keeping up with the changing educational technology spectrum. Grow your PLN with individuals interviewed from the field as well as an EdTech V.I.P. Plus recommended tools are presented which you can start using today.
Mr. Nesi has done a fantastic job with this podcast. If you are an educator, educational leader or interested in the field, this is the podcast for you. Chris is able to find great tools that can be used in your classroom immediately. The guests that are on the show are happy to share what works for them and how it can work for you. Give this show a listen.
One of the best educational podcasts on iTunes is the House of EdTech. Chris Nesi has spent the last year dedicating himself to create a one of a kind podcast that is being highly praised throughout the EdTech community. The one thing that attracted me to his show is the high caliber of guests he has on the show. Each week, Chris brings on a great educator to open their classrooms and educational philosophies with us. They are great to listen to on the Monday morning drive to work. If you are looking for some of the best info on the internet about EdTech… check out the House of #EdTech podcast hosted by New Jersey Educator, Chris Nesi. #HouseOfEdTech
I listen to a lot of podcasts and this has become one of my top listens each episode. My only complaint is that I only get 2 episodes a month and wish I could have 4 instead. Great job Chris and best of luck to you in creating even more great content! - Derek Larson @lars3eb
Chris Nesi is a bubbling fountain of great information that is timely and useable! I enjoy his candor, charm, tips and guests. Even my boys love the recommendations, especially the Mine Craft read! This podcast is exactly what today's teachers need to move themselves forward in their own professional learning! Give it a listen, you won't be disappointed!!
I just found House of EdTech and it has become an instant favorite. I enjoy hearing how other teachers are integrating tech in meaningful ways. I plan on sharing this with the other teachers in my school and my PLN on Twitter. Nice work!
I started listening to this podcast today. Mr. Nesi does a great job promoting different possibilities when it comes to bring technology into the classroom meaningfully. I appreciate his “less is more advocacy”, meaning that instead of learning about ALL the difference technology resources that are out there for educators, it’s more important to focus on and USE a small number of of resources. Too many times we teachers feel the need to find the resources and write down the name of the app and bookmark the useful website, and we never actually use these resources. Mr. Nesi, please keep reminding us that using technology and experimenting with technology is more important than having a hundred names of apps/websites on the tip of our tongues. I also appreciate Mr. Nesi’s reminder that using technology for technology’s sake is ridiculous. We need to be mindful of how and why we’re using technology in the classroom. I’m thankful for this podcast and I’ll be listening more.
Chris does a great job with this podcast. I truly enjoy listening to the discussion that he has with his guests and his suggestions. He is one of the newer breeds of educator that isn’t afraid of technology, but embraces it. Chris talks about how to use various tools and how they can be used properly to aid in learning.
As an Ed Tech teacher, I find House of Ed Tech a great resource for ideas to implement in my classroom. Each week, Chris interviews a visionary in the field to discuss current and future trends in technology and education. It is inspiring and I find myself excited to check out some of his recommendations. Because of Chris, I've expanded my professional network and consider his podcast one of the best resources I have to improve myself as a teacher. And the best part: he is enjoyable to listen to. Keep up the great work, Mr. Nesi!
This is seriously the best #edtech podcast out there. Mr. Nesi doesn’t simply record himself in a Google Hangout, he interviews our peers, provides great ideas you can “hear today and use tomorrow”, and keeps it upbeat. This podcast could motivate even the least tech-savvy teacher to try something new and exciting in their classroom.
Chris's dedication is seen in every talk. He has great speakers and content (8 episodes as of this review). Podcast like House of EdTech is important for busy educators like me. Now we don't have to give up what we have to do to consume content. We can listen to podcasts while commuting, prepping for tomorrow or during lunch. In fact, multitask along with anything. Happy listening! Chris- Good luck!