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TCEA’s Ed Tech Club podcast is all about the tech tools you love, the resources you need, and the insights you value. Each week, we’ll sit down with educators and experts to discuss everything from big ideas to useful tips for your most-used ed tech resources. Along the way, we’ll introduce you to new tools and ideas, and expand on some of the most exciting trends in ed tech.

Plus, we pack each episode with articles, plans, and extras to help take the stress out of educational innovation. So pencil us in. The Ed Tech Club meets every Thursday, so subscribe below today!

Teaching for the Jobs of the Future| Ep. 22

Our guest speaker, Amy Kardel of CompTIA, a trade association for the tech industry, talks about jobs of the future, how and why we teach students about (and with) tech, and what tools are available to make informed decisions about career and technical education.

General links

Cyberstates.org

FutureOfTech.org

Free Guide: How to Launch Your Teen’s Career in Technology: A Parent’s Guide to the T in STEM Education

Extra credit

Check out the links above, and send your thoughts about career readiness and lifelong learning to [email protected].

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Millennials, Gen Z, and Lifelong Education | Ep. 21

Andrew Savikas of getAbstract stops by the club to discuss the results of the company’s recent survey and what it can tell us about generational attitudes toward lifelong and professional learning.

General links

Find the results of the survey here.

Students can get free access to getAbstract here.

Check out John Seely Brown’s presentation here.

Extra credit

Check out the links above, and send your thoughts about your favorite education and ed tech topics to [email protected].

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Gmail Tips w/ Jennifer Bergland | Ep. 20

Is getting organized on your list of New Year’s resolutions? Start with your inbox. TCEA’s Jennifer Bergland offers some helpful tricks for getting the most out of one of the world’s most popular email clients.

General links

Jennifer’s Gmail Tips and Tricks

TCEA Events

Extra credit

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The TCEA Community w/ Robert Bennett | Ep. 19

We get to know TCEA’s Director of Membership and Engagement, Robert Bennett, and discuss the power of TCEA’s online Community.

General links

TCEA Membership

TCEA Community

Extra credit

Send your thoughts about your favorite education and ed tech topics to [email protected].

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Winter Resources and a Visit from Santa | Ep. 18

The semester’s not quite over yet. So we’ve put together resources to help you power through this busy time of the year. Plus, we highlight a recent visit from jolly old St. Nick himself.

General links

TCEA’s Virtual Chat with Santa 2019

Winter Resources for the Elementary Classroom

The Merry Merry Breakout

Mapping Your Holiday Learning

Planning Your Holiday Learning

Makin’ It Merry (with Animated GIFs)

Emojify the Holidays

TCEA Lunch & Learn Webinars

2020 TCEA Convention & Exposition

Extra credit

Try to complete the Holiday Fliphunt!

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What You Missed in 2019 | Ep. 17

We’ve pulled previously unheard conversations from our archives to make sure you get the most out of the topics we’ve discussed in our first 16 episodes.

General links

Reciprocal Teaching: Episode 7

Open Educational Resources: Episode 14, Episode 15

eSports: Episode 5, Episode 11, Episode 12

Extra credit

Send your questions to Santa and join our chat on December 10!

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Comics in the Classroom | Ep. 16

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.

General links

Ben Humeniuk

Getting Started with Sketchnoting

Sketchnoting (TCEA’s TechNotes)

Comics in the Classroom (Harvard Graduate School of Education)

Extra credit

Learn more about CLIP STUDIO PAINT

Send your thoughts about comics, illustration, and graphic novels to [email protected].

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The Big Picture on Open Educational Resources | Ep. 15

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

General links

U.S. Department of Education’s #GoOpen Project

The #GoOpen Community

Kristina Ishamel at New America

University of Pittsburgh “Big List of Resources”

Extra credit

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Approaches to Open Educational Resources | Ep. 14

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.

General links

CK-12 Foundation

OER Commons

OpenStax

University of Pittsburgh “Big List of Resources”

Extra credit

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1:1 Device Implementation | Ep. 13

Nowadays, almost every student has a connected device, and many are provided by their school. This week, we’re listening in on a group discussion about the various ways schools and districts implement these programs, known as one-to-one.

General links

Five Steps to 1:1 Deployment

Beginner’s Guide to Classroom iPads

Six Reasons Why a Chromebook Is the Perfect Teaching Aid

TCEA 2019: Texas District Tackles 1:1 Chromebooks in Junior High Schools

Extra credit

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