TCEA's Ed Tech Club Podcast

TCEA's Ed Tech Club Podcast


Latest Episodes

Comics in the Classroom | Ep. 16
November 21, 2019

Educator and comic artist Ben Humeniuk joins us to discuss the benefits of comics and graphic novels in education, and how you can start a comics club at your school.

The Big Picture on Open Educational Resources | Ep. 15
November 14, 2019

We're exploring more ways to think about, use, and share open educational resources. This week, we talk with New America's Kristina Ishmael.

Approaches to Open Educational Resources | Ep. 14
November 07, 2019

If no one owns the Periodic Table, or the Constitution, why do you pay for it? This week, we dive into the world of Open Educational Resources.

1:1 Device Implementation | Ep. 13
October 31, 2019

Matt Tarpley talks with us about getting esports started, and how schools of any size — and with almost any budget — can jump in.

Esports Essentials w/ Matt Tarpley | Ep. 12
October 24, 2019

Matt Tarpley talks with us about getting esports started, and how schools of any size — and with almost any budget — can jump in.

Esports Essentials w/ Kyle Berger | Ep. 11
October 17, 2019

Esports is the topic once again, and we're talking with esports coach Kyle Berger all about what educators should know when starting an esports team.

Inside Robotics Contests | Ep. 10
October 10, 2019

We're back on the subject of robotics, and this time, we're digging into the details of robotics competitions with TCEA's Katie Treat and Peggy Reimers.

Classroom Management and Gamification, Part Two | Ep. 9
October 03, 2019

We continue our conversation with TCEA's Dr. Bruce Ellis, diving into the ways you can use gamification in education, and the tech tools that can help.

Classroom Management and Gamification, Part One | Ep. 8
September 26, 2019

TCEA's Dr. Bruce Ellis discusses effective ways to set expectations, manage behavior, and increase learning through the use of smart technology.

Discovering Instructional Strategies That Work | Ep. 7
September 19, 2019

This week, we delve into the library with returning guest Miguel Guhlin to discuss instructional strategies, how we measure them, and how they can be used in the classroom.