Neuroscience Research: 5 Ways to Superior Teaching

Dr. Jared Cooney Horvath on episode 465 of the 10-Minute Teacher

Dr. Jared Cooney Horvath, author of Stop Talking, Start Influencing:12 Insights from Brain Science to Make Your Message Stick gives us five ways that recent neuroscience research can help us improve our classroom teaching. Today’s show is sponsored by NetRef. See the webinar I co-hosted with NetRef How to Help Teachers Progress in Their Use […]

How a Little Graphic Novel is Inspiring Teachers to Think

Josh Stumpenhorst on Episode 464 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

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Josh Stumpenhorst has written a graphic novel, Drawn to Teach. Illustrated by, Trevor Guthke, these two educators have worked to simply explain some of the problems and challenges of teaching. As for me, I’m finding this book an easy and powerful read, perfect for my spring break reading. 😉 Today’s show is sponsored by NetRef. […]

How to Use Metaverse: Awesome Augmented Reality and New Features

How to Use Metaverse

Metaverse is a powerful augmented reality (AR) programming app for classrooms. I first wrote about this app in December 2017 shortly after launch. Metaverse has come a long way and is specifically focused on becoming an amazing AR app for classrooms with the new Collections feature. In this blog post, I’ll share the vocabulary I […]

Breaking Lock Step Test Prep

Jerry Blumengarten has been working with schools for years. But when his local schools in Florida where he has retired have turned away his free offer of help because they have no time, Jerry fights back by talking about how we need to break this “Lockstep Test Prep” mentality. This episode will make you think. […]

Virtual Reality Protocols for the Classroom

Virtual reality (VR) in the classroom isn’t just a headset you grab and start using. As many educators start using virtual reality, they are discovering the issues relating to classroom management, safety, and good health that should impact how we use these devices. #ARVRinEDU chat founder, Jaime Donally talks with me (Vicki Davis) about Virtual […]

Never Yell and Other Classroom Management Secrets of a Pro

Classroom management is a challenge for many teachers. Stacey Corrigan talks about how she manages her classroom. From transitions to handling disruptions, Stacey talks about the 20+ year classroom journey. She even shares the mistakes she has made and how she tries to help teachers not make those same mistakes. This is a refreshing way […]

Webinar: Teaching with Augmented Reality with #ARVRinEDU Classroom Enthusiasts

Join a lively conversation with Jaime Donally, the host of #ARVRinEDU chat on Twitter, some leading AR in the Classroom enthusiasts and me as we discuss the changing pedagogies around Augmented Reality (AR) in the classroom in a free webinar on Wednesday, December 19th at 9pm ET. This webinar is sponsored by 3D Bear. AR Topics Some […]

Project Pals: The Perfect PBL Software for Project Based Learning

PBL Software Review

Project Pals PBL Software

Project Pals is a powerful new tool that lets students organize projects. Starting from a template that you’ve designed to guide your students through the project, they can collaborate or work together to explore, learn, brainstorm, and create.   As I’ve been testing this app with my students, I’ve found some exciting features. In this […]

How do I help my students use iPads? Teaching students to troubleshoot and use iPads effectively

Pana Asavavatana on Episode 388 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

Pana Asavavatana won the ISTE Kay Bitter Award for 2018 as a top technology using kindergarten teacher. In today’s show, she digs deep about how she teaches her students to use iPads. Listen to the Show Listen to the show on iTunes or Stitcher Stream by clicking here. Pana Asavavatana’s Bio As Submitted Pana is the PreK-1 Technology […]

Eduprotocols for Littles with Jon Corippo #kinderchat

Jon Corippo on episode 375 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

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Eduprotocols for kindergarten and early elementary with the book’s co-author Jon Corippo. Instead of selecting many apps, many are now recommending just a few tools/protocols for how things are taught with edtech. Then, it becomes about the content and not the tools. Today’s Sponsor: Really Good Stuff Digital Learning Collection The Really Good Stuff Digital […]