Welcome back for another exciting episode of #dcsdtransforms! This week we are showcasing Zoom and Edublogs. Shoutouts go to Jamie Horton of HHS and Rich Wideman and the track coaching staff of DHS. Wait, you’re giving a shoutout to an athletic program? What in the world for? Guess you’ll have to listen and find out!
Welcome back for our latest installment of #dcsdtransforms! This week we have a fun episode that includes a special guest. Who is it? Guess you’ll have to listen to find out! Also, we have a great tech tool this week with ClassFlow, and a good tech tip about not letting the technology replace you. Our shout outs go to Michelle McCall of HMS and Julie Weigand of DHS. Finally, you won’t want to miss our extended conversation with our special guest concerning mindfulness meditation!
Join Carla from DCSD and Rhett from his kitchen (because he has the flu) for this week’s episode of #dcsdtransforms: The Flu Edition. We have some cool apps this week with Nearpod and PhotoBooth. Shoutouts go to the incredible Charissa Lannan of MHS and talented Alan Poole of LHS. Also, you are in for a special treat as Rhett and Carla discuss all things flu related. Please join us for some fun with edtech this week!
This is a long episode folks, BUT! we have some amazing info for you. First, find out more about flipping your classroom using Quicktime and EdPuzzle. QuickTime GREATLY simplifies your video making ability, and EdPuzzle gives you control over your students’ learning. We have shoutouts going to April McPherson of HMS and Bert Sandifer of the DCIT. Finally, we have our reminders, and we want to STRONGLY encourage you to listen to the part about the Upstate Technology Conference that will be July 12 and 13. Click here for more information about the conference.
Welcome to another great edition of #dcsdtransforms! In this episode, you will hear about how PBS’s revamped website can help you in the classroom – some really great functionality for teachers. Also learn a “pro tip” about using ActivInspire in your class for your daily plans. Shout outs this week go to Kimberly Hamilton of HMS and Kim McLellan of DMS. Also, you will get to hear the third installment from Dr. Ingram as he talks about some of his favorite tech tools.
Welcome to another wonderful edition of #dcsdtransforms! In this episode, you’ll hear about some really cool Google Add-ons (Docs to Forms and Lorem Generator). Teacher shout-outs go to Hanna Hanlin and Emily Lunn of PES and Alphine Bradley of LHS. Last, find out how Radiohead helped set a model for app pricing today.
We have some great things to listen to this week – apps include Tellagami and Instagram. The shout outs go to Hilary Faircloth and Greg Harrison. Join us this week to get some tech tidbits to enhance your classroom both in and out of school!
This week we are covering some great apps and tools for your classroom – YAKiT Kids and Netflix. We have a shout out this week to Ginger Meshaw, Sally Weiland, and Jonathan Skaris for some neat things that they are doing in the classroom. Thanks for listening this week!
Join us this week for a fabulous episode that includes ZipGrade, iBooks Author, shout outs to Hanna Hanlin of Pate Elementary and Jordan Jefferson of Spaulding Middle, and stay tuned after our show as Dr. Ingram will be sharing his thoughts on his vision for our district moving forward. On top of all of that, we have a major milestone this week as the #dcsdtransforms podcast reaches its 10th episode! This is a jam packed episode with lots of good info for you!
Please join us for our New Year, New Tech, New You episode. In this episode, you’ll hear all about the Voxer conference, apps to help make a “new you” in the classroom as well as in your personal life, shout outs to the sensational Suzie Goodwin and the delightful Debra Wallace. Finally, you’re in for a real treat as Rhett’s wife will be performing “Smelly Cat”. Why? Listen and find out!