The House of #EdTech explores the latest developments and trends in the world of education technology. Hosted by education technology leader and podcaster Christopher J. Nesi, episodes can feature in-depth interviews with some of the most innovative and influential figures in the field and Christoph… read more
Awesome Supporter Dan Gallagher - "just listened to #HoET216 I believe there is a fifth item to asking for help, ‘Be willing to answer the call for help’ this will help you better ask for help and will show others you look to be collaborative in learning & growing in education together"
PodcastPD Episode 124 - Tips for New Teachers!EdTech Thought (5:19)
Collaboration is essential for success in education technology as it allows for the sharing of ideas and the creation of something greater than what one person can achieve alone. On the other hand, competition can lead to division and animosity. Collaboration is particularly important in the constantly evolving field of education technology as it allows for the pooling of knowledge and expertise to create better tools and resources. Additionally, it promotes inclusivity and diversity in the learning environment. The choice between collaboration and competition is a choice between building something together or tearing each other down.EdTech Recommendation (7:48)
ChromeOS Flex is a cloud-based operating system for PCs and Macs that aims to provide a fast, easy-to-manage, and secure computing experience. It is designed to be a sustainable way to modernize devices that you already own, and it can be deployed across your fleet with minimal downtime.
You can try ChromeOS Flex by using a USB drive and following the setup instructions. It's a good option to consider if you're looking to accelerate your cloud-first OS deployment, or if you want to try modern computing with cloud-based management on existing devices.Featured Content (11:18)
It's 2023. Do Not Fear #EdTech
Let's be honest. As a teacher, regardless of your years of experience, using technology in your classroom can be intimidating at times. It's natural to feel overwhelmed or unsure of where to start, but it's important to remember that incorporating technology benefits you and your students. Here are a few tips for overcoming that fear we all experience and confidently use technology while teaching:
EdTech doesn't have to be scary, incorporating technology into your teaching can be done by starting small and building up gradually, taking advantage of free resources and training, asking for help and support, creating a safe and supportive learning environment, and embracing the benefits of technology.Just Give It A Try (19:54)
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