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  • Episode 31: Google Calendar

    Episode 31: Google Calendar

    0 comments Published May 21, 11 AM Play in new window | DownloadGoogle Calendar is a free calendar that allows you to: share your calendar access your calendar from mobile devices send invitations tracks RSVPs follow other calendars

  • Episode 30: AirPlay and Air Server

    Episode 30: AirPlay and Air Server

    6 comments Published May 16, 14 PM Play in new window | DownloadYou may know that AirPlay is a technology built into your iOS devices that allows you to stream audio and video over WIFI to an AirPlay compatible device like an Apple TV or AirPort Express.  A common classroom application of this is to have an Apple TV connected to […]

  • Episode 29: Free Stock Images

    Episode 29: Free Stock Images

    0 comments Published May 11, 11 AM Play in new window | DownloadCompfight is a great way to find free stock images for use in presentations and newsletters. It searches Flickr, but provides a much more intuitive interface. You are allowed to use these images for your classroom under Creative Commons. Here’s how: Visit Compfight Search for photos On left sidebar, change Any License […]

  • Episode 28: HTTPS for YouTube

    Episode 28: HTTPS for YouTube

    0 comments Published May 9, 11 AM Play in new window | DownloadLike edtechmoment and TedEd, there are many sources of highly useful instructional and educational videos on YouTube.  But unfortunately many school districts choose to block YouTube in an effort to provide students with a safer Internet experience. Today we will talk about how you can use HTTPS technology to […]

  • Episode 27: Ted-Ed

    Episode 27: Ted-Ed

    0 comments Published May 5, 09 AM

    Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadTED-Ed is a new website the aims to engage students through video. It is a great resource for teacher–you have the ability to “flip” a video. Essentially, you can create a lesson that students can complete online, leaving time in the classroom for discussions and activities. Through TED-Ed: TED-Ed’s […]