The Teachers' Podcast: The New Generation Of Ed Tech Professional Development

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News, views, research and resources you can use are featured in every episode of The Teachers' Podcast. The popular podcasting team of Mark Gura and Dr. Kathy King are teachers, ed tech experts, authors and professors. Note that this is not your usual podcast, nor PD experience. Instead it includes fun, abundant resources and crisp insight from the perspective of what you can use today and tomorrow. Make www.teacherspodcast.org your new home for educational resources and professional learning. The Teachers' Podcast is supported and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, King and Gura an innovative education team. From software applications, to intimate conversations with notable and experienced educators and ed techies this podcast is for teachers and learners of all ages! This is ed tech you can use! Email questions and comments to teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Episodios

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 40, Digital Texts Rock! email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 40, Digital Texts Rock! email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    16/06/2009

    Another 2-part episode begins with Episode 40 of The Teachers Podcast. This episode is packed with free resources and more discussion related to the realities of budget crunches. But Mark and Kathy spin to the positive side! Join us for a full slate of ed tech resources to reinvigorate your classrooms and your professional learning! Resources include a detailed comparison of free resources to maximize your educational reach using social media! This is a set of episodes that promise to open new visions of thinking, and approach for your summer school, summer excursions and revitalization. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 39, Webinar Powersurge PART 2 TwitterMania and Virtual Education, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 39, Webinar Powersurge PART 2 TwitterMania and Virtual Education, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    24/05/2009

    The final installment of a resource-packed 2-part series discussing virtual education, Twitter, economic stimulus, news items, short takes, On The Road, and teaching practice debates and insights! Even more resources and ready to use recommendations and insights inthe great discussion with Mark and Kathy. Our focal point? Strategies for stretching Stimulus Money for schools and teachers! Focus on virtual education using a variety of tools, strategies and opportunities. Resources include a detailed comparison of free and paid resources for webinars, free conference calls and virtual tools. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 38, Webinar Powersurge PART 1 TwitterMania and Virtual Education, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 38, Webinar Powersurge PART 1 TwitterMania and Virtual Education, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    07/05/2009

    A resource packed 2-part episode discusses virtual education, Twitter, economic stimulus, news items, short takes, On The Road, and teaching practice debates and insights! Great discussion from Mark and Kathy about Strategies for Stretching Stimulus Money for schools and teachers! Focus on virtual education using a variety of tools, strategies and opportunities. Resources include a detailed comparison of free and paid resources for webinars, free conference calls and virtual tools. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by ransformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 37, When Web 2.0. Updates, Resources and Debates, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 37, When Web 2.0. Updates, Resources and Debates, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    23/04/2009

    A fabulous episode with scores of possibilities for web 2.0 in teaching and learning, what are the issues and the realities? Hot news from the USA and UK! The U.K. is considering including blogging, tweeting, and podcasting in the elementary school curriculum? Say it isn't so? Listen in to the debate! Is it what you expect or not? Free resources include a tremendous learning tool- DimDim. Listen as Kathy describes a seminar she did with local and distant participants connected through the free webconference service! Don't miss this episode It is full of must hear information and great resources. Also breaking into the Schooltube?? You have to hear this. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 36, Digital Catchup and 21st Century Learning Debate, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 36, Digital Catchup and 21st Century Learning Debate, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    01/04/2009

    Join us for an exciting episode full of technology experiences, trends and debates! What's more Kathy and Mark provide an update on their travels around the globe and share insights about culture, technology, language learning and Mardi Gras in Mexico. An exciting debate about 21st Century Learning tops off the show with Kathy explaining how some career and technical schools demonstrate this model so well today. How many conference do you think we can name in a single show? This episode might beat them all! Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935.

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 35, 35 Digital Media-Devices aka Take Out or Home Cooked Media, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 35, 35 Digital Media-Devices aka Take Out or Home Cooked Media, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    08/03/2009

    The first TTPOD theme show: Is it Take Out or Home Cooked Media? This episode provides a vast array of ready to use and digest digital media and resources and also tools for brewing your own! Do you need Kindle or Kindling for that? (sorry) From the hotter than hot Kindle ver 2 review, to our good pal elmo, the favorite teacher ed tech classroom tool, to $20 laptops, 10 podcasts good to go and use NOW, student produced broadcasts and much more.Topping off the show is a fabulous conversation about the ASCD blog topic, Curse of the Digitally Illiterate. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008...

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 34, Robotics, Research and More: TCEA 2009 Wrap-Up, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 34, Robotics, Research and More: TCEA 2009 Wrap-Up, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    22/02/2009

    Fresh from the invigorating excitement of Texas Computers in Education Association's Conference in Austin, TX, breezes in with a plethora of new developments, resources and surprise interview from the floor of the exhibit hall. Don't miss this episode from listener shout outs and letters, to THE YouTube President, robotics to resources, scooters, to pace makers and teacher professional development, and snippets of research regarding classroom applications of technology! Also learn about new resources from NBC and free class tools, don't miss out on this action packed, fast-paced episode of excitement and surprises. Guest appearances by Dr. Craig Varnell of LeTorneau University and Paul Henry high school student, included. Thank you gentlemen! www.teacherspodcast.org. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008...

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 33, Technology for Educators: Update from FETC, Fin Lit, Otters, and Not Cool! email:teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 33, Technology for Educators: Update from FETC, Fin Lit, Otters, and Not Cool! email:teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    07/02/2009

    Episode Tech for Every Teacher provides a whirlwind of tools and ideas for teachers using technology for all their many needs. From Blackberry adoption to cases which prevent screen breakage, Internet safety which students will be interested in, to Smithsonian virtual items and Finanical Literacy, join Mark and Kathy as they demonstrate so many technology solutions to match curriciular and teaching and learning needs. This episode includes a brief review of FETC 2009 . And who is looking for grants? Mr Gates is giving them! AND Adobe wants to give your students prizes. Check out Sharon (from Florida) favorite podcast! Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and Kin

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 32, Inaugural 2009 Episode and Road Ahead for Pres. Obama, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 32, Inaugural 2009 Episode and Road Ahead for Pres. Obama, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    25/01/2009

    Launching the new year Kathy and Mark share opportunities, resources and insights for educational technology across grades and content ares. Sharing their travels, interactions with teachers and school leaders, as well as incoporating headlines from educational and national news, this episode is a great boost offering vision and action for teachers, instructional technology staff, staff developers and all educators. There are many opportunities for producing change from appointments of US Secretary of Education, to the new budgets and surplus plans, join us as we examine the potential for our classrooms, schools and learners! From NYSCOSS, to FETC and TCEA we are on the road to meet with our listeners and spread the news of easy ed tech which incorporates 21st century learning. www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 31, Podcasting for Teachers- The Book?, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 31, Podcasting for Teachers- The Book?, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    18/12/2008

    Podcasting for Every Teacher! It's here: New-Improved-Updated-Supercharged for Teaching-and-Learning Power: Podcasting for Teachers SECOND Edition. Kathy and Mark provide a behind the scenes view of the revision of the book, along with not to be missed news about what is included in the news edition. Whether you use ready made podcasts in your classrooms, are ready to being making podcasts or already an expert, listen in as the authors/hosts discuss how the book has emerged and provides much more guidance and direction than a technical how to book. Replete with examples and stories of how this book has grown out of practical development of podcasting pedagogy by two experienced educators, Kathy and Mark share classroom applications you can use across grade levels. Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 30, Educational Change and Virtual Opportunity, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 30, Educational Change and Virtual Opportunity, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    04/12/2008

    Join Kathy and Mark for this resource-filled episode which highlights dramatic changes on the education landscape, worldwide travel, virtual learning and teacher resources. Hear the skinny on the world spinning travels of Kathy and Mark (in opposite directions!) from Vietnam to Cambodia, Denver to Philly! Learning and insights abound from professional development, to Shout-Outs, grassroots political ground swells seeking educational change, distance learning mandates and the virtues of virtual games!! After turkey comes.. How many levels of learning and dynamics can you determine in Kathy's holiday adventure? This episode includes a SURPRISE announcement! Listen in- Kathy shocks Mark! The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -Winners have been posted- Interviews upcoming- more details https://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 29, Digital Video and Art: Power of Learning email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 29, Digital Video and Art: Power of Learning email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    10/11/2008

    How many free resources and tech tips can we pack into one episode? With Ep. 29 we aim to break the record. Exploring a score of video and art resources, video formatting tools, pdf makers and digital video blogs. PLUS the first ever tour of Mark's new Acer mini laptop.. you cannot beat this price and set of features. He will field test it to determine rough and tumble school durability. We get to find out if it survives his trek through the bush of- well, you have to listen to find out! A resource filled and cutting edge episode about creativity and critical thinking through digital media. Recent educational headlines and top notch articles are discussed including student ingenuity.The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -Winners have been posted- Interviews upcoming- more details https://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out mo

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 28, Virtual Schools Update: Reach for The Stars, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 28, Virtual Schools Update: Reach for The Stars, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    27/10/2008

    A resource and vision episode for every teacher, staff developer and administrator in k-16 schools today and tomorrow! A resource filled and cutting edge episode about virtual schools. From Myth Busting to Standards and star gazing and everywhere beyond, Kathy reveals her expertise which has been hidden from the podcast listeners- she being a researcher, author and online educator for over 14 years. Kathy and Mark highlight several timely initiatives across k-12 schools regarding online learning and bring their keen educational sight to bear on this very pertinent topic. Recent educational headlines and top notch articles are discussed , terrific resources and Distance Learning Myths are Busted in every direction to encourage Teachers Podcast listeners to step out into the world of online learning and incorporate learning management systems and online resources at their comfort level!The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -Winners have been posted- Interviews upcoming, more details https://teacherspo

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 27: Winners, Content Creators Rule: Everyone Can Be a Producer, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 27: Winners, Content Creators Rule: Everyone Can Be a Producer, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    12/10/2008

    The excitement reaches a crescendo as Mark and Kathy announce the winners of the 3rd Annual Teachers Podcast Contest, which is graciously sponsored by McGraw Hill Education. This episode focuses on the rich power of NEW MEDIA to enable all teachers and learners to be content creators in the process and demonstration of their learning. You don't want to miss this episode! From blogging to podcasting, resources, and news items spanning the world, this is a dynamic episode of fun, celebration and creativity. Join this closeup look at the power of technology and new media to address many needs in teaching learning today. McGraw-Hill Education sponsorship of our 3rd annual Podcast contest in order to recognize teacher achievement and provide tremendous prizes for our winners. The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -more details https://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 26:3rd Anniversary Show: Joy of School and NEW MEDIA Power, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers Podcast Ep 26:3rd Anniversary Show: Joy of School and NEW MEDIA Power, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    01/10/2008

    From the New Media Capital of the World. A rousing discussion celebrating 3 years of professional development productions via podcasting, Mark and Kathy let their hair down to talk about needs of teaching and technology, the podcasting PD journey and reflect on future directions. Sometimes locking heads, but always with laughter, the dynamic duo offers up a most substantial and entertaining episode to celebrate learning. NEWS: Revelations about husbands, dogs and late homework? www.teacherspodcast.org The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 25: Science and Art Ed, Plus Spore and XO2, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 25: Science and Art Ed, Plus Spore and XO2, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    14/09/2008

    Resources, controversy and wild times filled episode! From MP3 players discoveries and resources straight from Kathy's flea market excursions, to the release of XO2 tablet? Join Kathy and Mark for controversy, learning and excitement in the 25th episode.Terrific articles that speak to 21st century learning needs and the connection to the great grandchild of SimCity- Spore. Then a surprise visit: Mark leads 2 virtual guests into the studio; who could they be? You have to listen to hear this! Update on the McGraw-Hill Education sponsorship of our 3rd annual Podcast contest in order to recognize teacher achievement and provide tremendous prizes for our winners. The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -more details https://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 24: Back to School Special, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 24: Back to School Special, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    31/08/2008

    Mark and Kathy are back with a Back to School Special covering critical topics from teacher well-being to meaningful learning! Check in for this episode as we discuss the invasion of the mini laptops and what it means for classroom instruction. Also you will be surprised at the insights Kathy shares about low tech and hi tech approaches to preserving your sanity this coming school year. Rounding out the episode is a great resource that will start our listing of web-based resources to bring the USA presentational election issues and race into your classroom. Check out this episode- The Low Down on Mini Laptops, Learning, and Elections! Join us for yet another fun-filled learning time at Teachers' Podcast.Update on the McGraw-Hill Education sponsorship of our 3rd annual Podcast contest in order to recognize teacher achievement and provide tremendous prizes for our winners. Live from the Learning capital of the world! Mark and Kathy's book, Podcasting for Teachers, Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 23: Wii, Mii and Thii, Leapfrog Tag and more.. email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 23: Wii, Mii and Thii, Leapfrog Tag and more.. email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    10/08/2008

    Join Kathy and Mark for the long awaited episode: the Wii gone wild..OK maybe not that wild, but definitely exciting new opportunities for technology and education. We discuss what it is, our experience, how we are using it, and resources to learn more. Check out the articles we have put together for you about what other educators are also saying! We also discuss one of the hottest NY Times articles yet for education - RU Reading? A great discussion on multiple literacies. Two more major features: 1) the Leapfrog new release of "Tag" another electronic literacy tool- we have reactions, articles and Youtube clips for you to check out. (2) A great assortment of free graphic organizer tools assembled in a NCTE Online newsletter. Join us for yet another fun-filled learning time at Teachers' Podcast.Update on the McGraw-Hill Education sponsorship of our 3rd annual Podcast contest in order to recognize teacher achievement and provide tremendous prizes for our winners. The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Conte

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 22 Still Glowing! PD Resources Abound: Interview with HotChalk, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 22 Still Glowing! PD Resources Abound: Interview with HotChalk, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    28/07/2008

    Bryan Scanlon from Hotchalk.com is a dedicated educator and Vice President of Direct Sales. He joins Mark and Kathy for an interview at NECC. Bryan shares the rich resources perspective, expertise, philosophy and practice of this teacher resource. Mailbag from the TTPOD listeners and updates on summer teaching extravaganza! Our 3rd annual Podcast contest has greter prizes to recognize teacher achievement https://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Live from the Teaching capital of the world! Mark and Kathy's book, Podcasting for Teachers, Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in the dialogue: the Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here fo

  • The Teachers Podcast Ep 21 Global Learning Gallery and NECC Afterglow and Ed Gragert (iEARN), email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    The Teachers' Podcast Ep 21 Global Learning Gallery and NECC Afterglow and Ed Gragert (iEARN), email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

    08/07/2008

    Bright with the afterglow of the NECC 2008 conference, hosts Kathy and Mark provide some short salient insights and then bring our listeners a compelling interview with Ed Gragert, Executive Director of iEARN.org. In 20 years, the International Education and Resource Network has grown to include over 20,000 schools and organizations, over 1 million students in over 115 countries. Listen in as we discuss the mission, vision and impact of this educational global collaborative project between classrooms and schools around the world.Any school can propose an iEARN project and participate for a small fee. This vibrant program develops dynamic experiences in global citizenry that promises to change the lives of everyone involved. If you know iEARN enjoy this update on their work. If you don't, listen and beat a quick virtual path to their website to consider getting involved! Resources, articles, tips on conference goodies and much more in Teachers' Podcast episode 21! The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Conte

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