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Episode 128 - Robot Food
May 14, 2016 03:45 PM PDT
Tony, Tim and Patrick talk about robot restaurants (check the show notes), an educational island, more info on Android and Chrome OS merging, Open 365 and displays in every classroom. Check out the show notes below for more info.
Tony went to the Robot Restaurant in Japan
Google wants its own island
Android and Chrome merging together
Open 365 – Tony's dream come true
SeeNote a. Link: https://www.getseenote.com/Episode 127 - Safety First
May 09, 2016 05:41 PM PDT
Tony, Omar and Patrick talk about safety videos in school, visual curriculum standards and smart watches for kids . . . done right. Check out the talking points below.
Should we have safety videos like these in our schools?
Curriculum & Standards Visually: PBL & STEM
Smartwatches for kids
May 04, 2016 05:34 PM PDT
Tony, Tim and Patrick talk about the increasing sizes of web pages, learning management systems vs. class websites and some email etiquette. Check out the talking points below.
The average web page weight would equal that of the Doom install image in about 7 months time
Learning Management System or Class website
April 26, 2016 06:39 PM PDT
This episode is all about virtual reality, mixed reality and augmented reality headsets and the impact we think it will have on education in general. Only one topic but a lot to talk about! Check out the talking points below.
All in one VR Headset PicoVR June2016:
The Untold Story of Magic Leap by Peter Yang of Wired
April 20, 2016 07:36 PM PDT
This episode, Dave, Tony and Patrick talk about Roger Schank's approach to education, Nintendo's gaming workshop for kids and the Adidas tracker that is making its way into classrooms. Check out the talking points below.
Pragmatic Learning: It's not "fun" by Roger Schank of the blog Education Outrage
Nintendo partners with SF public library to teach kids about game design by Andrew Webster from The Verge
US schools may soon be testing Adidas' new fitness tracker in K-12 schools by Samantha Murphy Kelly of Mashable
April 11, 2016 07:01 PM PDT
Tony, Tim, Patrick and Omar talk about Sugata Mitra's educational vision, safe spaces and more. Check out the talking points below.
Sugata Mitra and Cloud Based Education
Read Hard Evidence on How to Improve Schools from the San Diego Tribune Editorial Board
April 07, 2016 08:21 PM PDT
On this episode, Tim, Tony and Patrick talk about curriculum mapping and how to do it the right way and Tim's exploration into classroom walkthroughs.
6. Curriculum Mapping, Your Biggest Mistake by Tony DePrato
Tim's Walkthroughs Adventure
March 31, 2016 06:08 PM PDT
Today, Tim, Tony and Patrick talk about OneNote, how Eisenhower stayed organized IFTT and IpMan 3. Check out the talking points below.
1. OneNote – Tim wants to punch your face
2. Tony’s Post – What is Important is Seldom Urgent a. Link: http://itbabble.com/2016/03/13/what-is-important-is-seldom-urgent/
b. Eisenhower’s method – why is it better c. http://jamesclear.com/eisenhower-box
d. Apps or software to help e. Appfluence – Priority Matrix: https://appfluence.com/
How to deal with mobiles in the classroom
If This, Then That: Link Apps Together To Double Productivity by Kendra Perkins
For your viewing pleasure Ip Man 3 - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2888046/?ref_=nv_sr_1Episode 120 - Everything buckets
March 26, 2016 03:19 PM PDT
On this episode, Tim, Tony, Omar and Patrick talk about so-called "everything buckets" like Evernote and OneNote and talk about Matrix style learning. Check out the talking points below.
Avoid "Everything Buckets," aka Why I Can't Get into Apps Like Evernote by Adam Pash of LifeHacker
The Allure of 'Matrix-Style Learning' by Audrey Watters of Hackeducation
March 21, 2016 09:10 PM PDT
Tony, Tim, Patrick, Omar (yes-he's back!) and DAVE talk about VR, Amazon's educational announcement and children's advice to parents about social media. Check out the talking points below.
Update on Dave – Oh God is he OK?
3. Amazon eyes up education, plans a free platform for learning materials by Ingrid Lundgren of TechCrunch
Children to Parents: 'Don't Post About Me on Facebook Without Asking Me' from Slashdot
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