Host: Alfonso Mendoza
The goal of My EdTech Life! is to connect people around the world with one another and so that they can one day collaborate together on a project or the next big idea. When you see me on my show, you are truly seeing the real me. You are seeing someone that genuinely cares about learning from my guest and wants to share their story with the world. Click here to listen and watch Fonz Mendoza give educators a platform where they can share what is on their mind and heart.
Host: Matthew X. Joseph
We can gain new insights and share ideas and experiences to improve as educators by interacting with our colleagues. Being Stronger Together allows us to collaborate and support one another’s growth. Join me to share your story about collaboration and inspiration.
Host: Carl Hooker and Dr. Adam Phyall
Future Ready Tech Leaders are used to handling all sorts of disruptions, but the global pandemic of 2020 has created a new set of challenges that will take our collective minds to tackle. Brought to you by Dr. Adam Phyall and Carl Hooker, UnDisrupted, a Future Ready Schools podcast for school and district technology leaders, will break down many of the challenges facing district-level leaders today. Tune in to listen to some of the nation’s top technology leaders and how they discuss how they are finding opportunities in the midst of uncertainty.
Host: Kelly Chace
History Detective is a podcast for teachers, students and lovers of history. It delves into stories from the past that don’t always get told in textbooks.
History Detective collaborated with the Museum of Australian Democracy “Ladies in the House” podcast.
Every episode comes with a free lesson plan you can download from the MoAD Resources Website.
Host: Yaritza Villalba
Educator Founding President of YV Educational Resources Inc, Yaritza Villalba answers your questions about Culturally Responsive Teaching with guests, resources, Discovery Library Topics, and more!.
Host: Gabriel Carrillo
Gabriel Carrillo's two passions have come together in his EdTech Bites podcast. He gets to share these two topics with the world on a weekly basis. He believes that the best conversations are had at the table then you break bread together. This is why him and his guests chat while they eat. Check it out on the EdTech Bites website, iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, and other podcast platforms.
Host: Matthew X. Joseph
Educators are driven, intelligent, and creative. We go 100 miles an hour and have to schedule our bathroom breaks. We talk about lessons, data, and all sorts of Buzz words. We also have stories people outside the profession would not believe. We say, "You can't make this up." This podcast dives into those untold stories in education meant to make you laugh or shake your head...or BOTH.
Matthew X Joseph shares his incredible insights on how to best support teaching and learning. His experience has led to nationally published articles and opportunities to speak at multiple state and national events. He is driven to turn your Potential into POWER.
Carl has been involved in education since graduating from the University of Texas in 1998. He has been in a variety of positions in both Austin ISD and Eanes ISD, from 1st-grade teacher to Virtualization Coordinator. He takes all that experience and shares his ideas on his blog. Check it out and get HookED on Innovation.
Christine Ravesi-Weinstein was diagnosed with anxiety and depression in 2003 at the age of 23. After struggling for over a decade, Christine began sharing her journey with anxiety as a school leader, national speaker, and author. Now, she is supporting others on their own journeys in her incredible vlog: “Vlogging with Anxiety”.
As a teacher, sometimes we can’t always be with our class due to illness, meetings, family emergencies or professional development, or sometimes we are teaching students remotely. But preparing for these lessons can be more work than being at school! The History Detective blog written by Kelly Chase is here to help.
Kelly Hollis is a globally connected educator with an innovative mindset, focused on developing lifelong and independent learners. She has the talent and ability to develop and implement creative, hands-on, technology-rich learning experiences that can reach every student’s learning style and ability. She shares all that in blthiog.
Teaching in a time of rapid change and work intensification means that we are often left drowning in a sea of others' expectations. Juliette Bentley writes this blog to present a complete learning experiences that encourage both teachers and students to leverage effective learning tools.
Brian Host shares his personal journey of learning, pedagogy, reflection, and discovery. Inspiring the integration of technology within the curriculum.