TCEA's Ed Tech Club Podcast
We're taking a brief hiatus for the summer, but be sure to keep up with the latest from TCEA online and at our TCEA events.
We all want to implement teaching strategies that accelerate learning. Finding the right methods, however, can be a challenge. We're here to help, as TCEA's professional learning experts dig into the
We're marking our 90th episode by sharing some thought-provoking and useful clips from our most recent TCEA Elementary Technology Conference.
During the pandemic, the ways educators communicated with parents and guardians changed. Guest speaker Nadia Tamez-Robledo of EdSurge explains how, for some parents of special education students, it was a change for the better.
Violet Christensen and Courtney Groskin join the club to explore what learning coaches have discovered about supporting teachers and student during the pandemic, and what lessons they hope to carry forward.
This weeks guest speaker is Danielle Sullivan,National Director of Content and Implementation at Curriculum Associates.She takes us through the meaning behind self-care for educators, and how you c
Summer is an important time in education. It's a chance to relax, catch up, and even keep learning. Miguel Guhlin explains how TCEA's more than 50 streamlined, self-paced courses can help you get ahead in the new school year.
Susan Rivers, CEO and Chief Scientist of iThrive Games Foundation, talks to the club about the power of simulation activities to help build social-emotional learning, civics education, and critical thinking skills in secondary students.
This week, TCEA's Dr. Bruce Ellis talks about different ways to provide inspiration and maintain positive relationships with students at the end of a challenging school year.
Dr. Stepan Mekhitarian, Interim Director of Innovation, Instruction, Assessment and Accountability at Glendale Unified School District, discusses lessons on blended learning, differentiation, and formative assessment learned during remote learning.