Tech Talk Roundtable 06 | Tech Agnostic, Skeptic or Advocate

Chris, Jamie and Michael discuss the articles of the week and share their tech tips. Articles of the Week Shanghai Dreaming to Become the City with Fastest Internet Speed in the World » M.I.C. Gadget Will Shanghai ended up with the fastest Internet in China? Maybe the world someday? As a world financial center, it makes sense for the […]

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Interview 13 | Krista Moroder inspires teachers to be efficient & effective

Chris Carter talks with Krista Moroder of Ed Tech Coaching. Krista wears many hats as a K-12 District Technology Integrator, ISTE Emerging Leader 2012, Google Apps Certified Trainer, Google Apps Certified Teacher, Former English Teacher, and Student TV Advisor, & Theater Technical Director. She is currently preparing to launch a teacher professional development website, Ed Tech Challenge. […]

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Tech Talk Roundtable 05 | Listening To Our Own Echoes

Chris, Jamie and Michael discuss the articles of the week, enjoy an interview with Mick Hewitt and Cory Reid of MasteryConnect.com and share their tech tips. Articles of the Week With $100M From The Gates Foundation & Others, inBloom Wants To Transform Education By Unleashing Its Data | TechCrunch Will schools see big data as something they can use to create change […]

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Interview 12 | Cornelius Minor of the Reading and Writing Project

Michael Boll talks with Corneilus Minor (@misterminor) of the Reading and Writing Project Cornelius Minor is a member of the Reading and Writing Project located at Teachers College, Columbia University.  He taught middle school English Language Arts at The Brooklyn School for Global Studies before joining the Project as a staff developer. He participated in […]

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Interview 11 | Pete Walton of Teacher Centered Online Network Tioki.com

Michael Boll talks with Pete Walton, Growth Director at Tioki.com From their website: Tioki is the online professional network exclusively for the education community. Our mission is to give those in the education industry access to the most valuable resource out there – other people who are passionate about education! Making a connection on Tioki […]

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Interview 10 | David McCool of Muzzy Lane Games

Michael Boll talks to David McCool of Muzzy Lane Games Muzzy Lane creates and deploys multiplayer 3D games for Education, Corporate Training, and Healthcare. We partner with publishers to deliver highly immersive experiences to their customers that are mapped to their goals, whether that be learning, training, or patient education. Dave McCool has been in the […]

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Interview 09 | Shelli Taylor and Michael Thompson of Education Elements

Michael Boll talks with Shelli and Michael of  Education Elements. From their website: Education Elements is a for-profit company founded in 2010 by Anthony Kim, a longtime education technologist who wanted to help schools rethink the structure of schooling and the way technology could strengthen instruction and streamline operations. Working with charter school management organizations, foundations, and […]

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Interview 08 | Katie and Jenny of StudyBlue.com

Michael Boll talks with Katie and Jenny of StubyBlue.com From their website: StudyBlue was founded in 2009 in Madison, WI, by a group of UW-Madison graduates. The goal was to create a way for ambitious students to achieve academic success through the use of technology. Our “5-dot-0 release” in September 2010 marks the moment we became […]

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Tech Talk Roundtable 04 | We Want Wifi not French Fries

Chris, Gaylon and Michael discuss the articles of the week, enjoy an interview with Dan Jost of Inkling.com  and share their tips of the week. Articles of the week The Web-Deprived Study at McDonald’s “CITRONELLE, Ala.—Joshua Edwards’s eighth-grade paper about the Black Plague came with a McDouble and fries. Joshua sometimes does his homework at a McDonald’s restaurant—not […]

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Interview 07 | Emily Goligoski, Open Badges and The Mozilla Foundation

  Michael Boll talks with Emily Goligoski of the Mozilla Foundation about the Open Badges program. From their website:  Mozilla’s Open Badge Infrastructure provides the open, core technology to support an ecosystem of badges. It is designed to support a broad range of different badge issuers, and allow any user to earn badges across different […]

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