All the content in this episode outside of my conversation with Lindsy Stumpenhorst is all from the mind of AJ Bianco and I hope you show him some love for filling in for me at the last minute!
Joseph Dziuba is a passionate 4th-year educator certified in mathematics (K-12) who works diligently to meet the needs of each individual that crosses his path. His passion for teaching and learning coupled with his vision of developing a community of leaders fuels his mission of cultivating a positive school culture and climate for all students and staff, built upon ideals of excellence and high standards.
Time to ring in the new year H-O-E-T style! Let’s talk #OneWord 2018 and more!
John Nesi, my father, is the greatest influencer for me as a man and educator. We talk education in the 1970s and the 21st century.
I proudly present the 2017 House of #EdTech Smackdown!
This year’s smackdown features over 42 of your favorite tech tools, tips, apps, websites for both professional and personal use. Enjoy!
Part 3 (of 3) of my How-to Podcast mini-series! Let’s dive into the HOW!
Let’s get real about the ins and outs of podcasting.
The House of #EdTech is getting ready to complete four years of podcasting and this year’s smackdown will be the 99th episode of the podcast.
At long last, I am finally talking about How to Podcast! This is part one of a three-part series where provide my insight on how to start podcasting. However, as Simon Sinek points out, we need to start with why.
Dr. Monica Burns provides insight on utilizing education technology when designing formative assessment.
Katie Gardner is integrating technology into her Kindergarten ESL classroom in North Carolina.
Krista Penrod is all about “embracing the freak out” and I share my Alabama adventure!
Kate Nesi, my wife, has started her own podcast, the Lifelong Learning Podcast and she shares her views on starting a podcast and lifelong learning.