K12 عمومي
[search 0]
أكثر
تنزيل التطبيق!
show episodes
 
Artwork

1
K12 Tech Talk

k12techtalk

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
أسبوعيا
 
A podcast about IT Issues/Trends in K12 Schools. Current and Past Sponsors: Absolute, Aruba/HPE, ClassLink, Eaton, Extreme Networks, Fortinet, Howard Technology Solutions, iDoc, Infoblox, INVZBL, Jupiter Education, K12TechPro.com, Managed Methods, MidwestTechTalk, Papercut, PDS, Pondurance, Prey, Rise Vision, Ruckus/Commscope, Scale Computing, SHI, StatusGator, SomethingCool.com, Tripp Lite, Vizor
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
K12ArtChat the Podcast

The Creativity Department

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
أسبوعيا
 
A podcast for K-12 art educators interested in connecting with colleagues and ideas. Each episode, hosted by Matt and Laura Grundler, takes you backstage with guest hosts from #K12ArtChat to dig into the latest art education innovations and resources. You’ll find tips, tools, and inspiration to keep you connected and moving forward.
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
Shifting Schools is a thought-provoking podcast that explores the latest trends, strategies, and tools in K-12 education. Hosted by educators Jeff Utecht and Tricia Friedman, the podcast provides a platform for teachers, administrators, and education thought leaders to share their experiences and insights on how to improve teaching and learning. From innovative approaches in classroom management to leveraging technology for personalized learning, Shifting Schools tackles the most pressing is ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
C bot run : A K12 Cybersecurity Podcast

Jennette Irish Glass, John Rizzo, and Sean Whelan

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
شهريا
 
C:\bot_run is a K-12 Podcast produced by Technology Directors who are navigating the complicated and ever-changing realm of cybersecurity. Monthly episodes feature guests and topics designed around dialogue and resources focused on educating and networking with technology professionals.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Jen Lowry - Monarch: Books That Matter Publishing Clean Reads for K12

Jen Lowry Monarch: Books That Matter Publishing Clean Reads for K12

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
شهريا+
 
Follow to catch interviews with best-selling authors, tips, and writing challenges! Dr. Jennifer Ikner Lowry is the president of Monarch and publishes clean fiction for K12 readers. Join her on the daily journey of discovering what this writing life is about. Follow Monarch and learn all about her amazing authors: www.monarcheducationalservices.com. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/monarchbooks/support
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
The K12 Engineering Education Podcast

The K12 Engineering Education Podcast

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
شهريا
 
Promoting education in engineering and design for all ages. Learn more and read transcripts at www.k12engineering.net. Produced by Pius Wong, engineer, of Pios Labs (www.pioslabs.com). This podcast is for educators, engineers, entrepreneurs, and parents interested in bringing engineering to younger ages. Listen to real conversations among various professionals in the engineering education space, as we try to find better ways to educate and inspire kids in engineering thinking. For episode tr ...
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
In this episode, Jeff Utecht interviews Chris Linsell, a real estate technologist, about the intersection between technology and real estate. They discuss the disruptions happening in the real estate industry and the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in transforming the profession. Chris emphasizes the importance of soft skills, such as emotiona…
  continue reading
 
In this insightful episode of K12 Tech Talk, Josh and Mark delve into recent events and hot topics within the sphere of school technology. Triggered by a recent cyber-attack on the Clark County, the hosts debate whether schools should be held accountable for such breaches and discuss the potential nation-wide implications of legal cases in this reg…
  continue reading
 
In this episode The Creativity Department is joined by New York Times bestselling children’s book author/illustrator Jarrett J. Krosoczka to talk about the role the art room and art teachers played in shaping his life and creative journey. Hear about the many amazing children’s books Jarrett has created including the Jedi Academy series and the Lun…
  continue reading
 
This is Part 2 of K12 Tech Talk's engaging journey through the trending topics from CoSN in Miami! Highlights are discussions about AI readiness and CoSN's AI maturity matrix, Secure by Design, enhancing data security in schools, and the dynamic evolution of technology within educational institutions. Interviews include: Josh Olstad - Technology Di…
  continue reading
 
In this podcast episode, the creators of Professor AI, an AI startup supporting students with AP exams, discuss their journey and the development of their app. The founders, who are 11th graders in high school, explain how they came up with the idea and the importance of founder-market fit. They also discuss the challenges of AI hallucinations and …
  continue reading
 
Part 1 of 2 In this exciting episode of K12 Tech Talk, Chris, Josh, and Mark deliver a front-row experience of the CoSN Conference in Miami. Interviews include: Susan Enfield - CoSN Keynote Richard Culatta - CEO ISTE/ASCD Don Ringelestein - CoSN Board, DEI subcommittee Megan Gretzinger - Friend of K12TechPro and K12 Tech Talk Will Brackett - "After…
  continue reading
 
Often seen as an exclusively scholarly realm, research feels completely removed from the intuitive, hands-on work we do with students. In this episode, the Creativity Department is joined by Ami Kantawala, Adjunct Associate Professor for Art Education at Teacher’s College. Listen in to learn how embracing research as an extension of the creative pr…
  continue reading
 
Imagine students grappling with AI-crafted ethical dilemmas. They're not just learning about sustainability – they’re learning how to question, research, and discern credible information. It’s about nurturing critical thinking and responsible info consumption – the core of information literacy 🌎 Want to dig into our free guide 'Generative AI and Ea…
  continue reading
 
Josh, Chris, and Mark discuss several listener emails and K12TechPro posts. They talk about POTS lines with elevators, fire alarms, and fax machines. They talk about password managers. They talk about how to obtain technical knowledge and skills when you have a position that isn't necessarily specializing in a certain area. They talk about LMS opti…
  continue reading
 
Our special guest this week is Zach, the host of the incredible podcast 'We The Children' Zachary Fox-DeVol, or Zach, is a curious 12-year-old with a passion for the environment and a mind eager to learn more about our planet. In June 2020, during a summer writing project, Zach ventured into the world of podcasting and created "Rule Of The Bark" . …
  continue reading
 
This is a special episode. Josh and Chris interview Mohit Gupta, Director of Product at Clever. We discuss student MFA, the teacher Clever Library, student data privacy, the history of Clever, and more. ----more---- https://www.youtube.com/@k12techtalk Join the K12TechPro.com Community. Buy our merch!!! * NTP * Howard * Email Seth Shockley - sshock…
  continue reading
 
NAEA’s 2024 National Convention is right around the corner! New to this year’s conference is the Digital Playground, an area where attendees can try out a variety of hands-on art related activities! In this episode, the Creativity Department is joined by returning guest Tim Needles, as well as Illinois Art Educators Sherri Kushner, and Kerry Parris…
  continue reading
 
In this episode, Jeff Utecht interviews Pete Huang from The Neuron, a daily newsletter that explores AI. They discuss the origin of The Neuron and how it started as an experiment with AI-generated content. They also explore the landscape of AI and its potential impact on various industries. Pete shares his insights on the future of AI, including th…
  continue reading
 
Josh, Chris, and Mark discuss the recent cyberattack where hackers compromised two critical systems of CISA using vulnerabilities in Ivanti products. Josh derails the conversation after receiving some "hate" mail recently, though. They also touch on the future of VR in education, reflecting on past experiences with Google Expeditions and the shift …
  continue reading
 
Youth Art Month is here! Throughout March, schools across the country celebrate student art with events that nurture and promote their student’s creativity! Not sure how to get involved? The former Vice President of Texas Youth Art Month, Tiffany Silverthorne joins the Creativity Department to talk about what kind of events she’s run in the past, h…
  continue reading
 
In this conversation, Jeff Utecht interviews Tyler Rablin about his new book, 'Hacking Student Motivation.' They discuss the importance of feedback and assessment in motivating students, the impact of grades and assessment on student motivation, and the need for change in education. Tyler shares his experiences working with students in rural agricu…
  continue reading
 
In this episode, the guys discuss a security bulletin from Papercut, the launch of the digital SAT, and the release of an artificial intelligence framework for district leaders by ILO Group. They also address listener emails, including a question about parental access to web filters. The main topic focuses on tips for preparing for online testing s…
  continue reading
 
In this episode, the Creativity Department is joined by the authors of Fashion Fundamentals by Davis. Gretchen Kaine, Marji Wachowiak, and Terese Giobbia share their arts education experiences, what drew them to fashion and design, how they’ve incorporated fashion into their art rooms and how you can do the same! Learn about using fashion to streng…
  continue reading
 
Dr. Elsa Friis, of Alongside, discusses how their clinician-powered AI tool supports young people in need of mental health support. The conversation highlights the need for mental health resources in schools and the shortage of mental health providers. The use of AI in mental health is not a new concept, and it can provide a warm and validating spa…
  continue reading
 
Josh and Mark discuss the decline in edtech investments after the pandemic and the impact it may have on the industry. They also touch on the renewal costs for VMware customers and the opportunity it presents for competitor Nutanix. The episode explores the importance of team growth in a school district, highlighting the benefits of knowledge shari…
  continue reading
 
In this episode, the Creativity Department is joined by Kent State University’s Professor of Art Education, Robin Vande Zande! She shares her experience and strategies for implementing the Design Process in the Art Room. Design Education is not only teaching students about “design” in the aesthetic sense, more importantly it is about teaching them …
  continue reading
 
What does it mean to be 'AI for everyone?'CEO and Founder of Latimer, John Pasmore tells us about the vision and CTO Malur Narayan talks about what it means to be accountable to the vision for Latimer.Learn more about Latimer:https://www.latimer.ai/Learn more about their partnerships:https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/otm/segments/why-new-york-am…
  continue reading
 
Dan White, CEO of Filament Games, discusses the future of learning games and the importance of game-based learning pedagogy. He emphasizes the shift towards focusing on skills and conceptual understandings rather than didactic knowledge transfer. White believes that game-based experiences should prepare students for the real world by imparting usef…
  continue reading
 
Hosts Josh, Chris, and Mark discuss a range of tech news stories, including articles on AT&T cell phone service outages, teachers avoiding AI tools, and the use of panic buttons for school safety. They also address a listener email about handling personal documents in district collaboration tools. The main topic focuses on holding a tabletop cybers…
  continue reading
 
In this episode, the Creativity Department is joined by the Minnesota Higher Ed Art Educator of the year for 2022, Alicia Peters, and teaching artist Mary Bruno to discuss how allowing teaching artists into your art room can enhance and benefit your student’s experience. Alicia and Mary share the work they’ve done in the art room together, ways you…
  continue reading
 
Dr. Anthony Muhammad discusses his new book, The Way Forward, and its connection to his previous work. He shares his journey from being a teacher to an administrator and how he became passionate about studying school culture. He emphasizes the importance of focusing on student learning and shares strategies for supporting struggling teams. Dr. Muha…
  continue reading
 
LUDIA AI is a free tool that helps educators cultivate a Universal Design for Learning (UDL) mindset by leveraging AI. The conversation explores the fear and misconceptions around AI in education and how LUDIA AI actually emphasizes relationships and centers humanity. LUDIA AI is designed to support teachers' time and thinking, providing ideas and …
  continue reading
 
Josh takes a few minutes to remind everyone to patch your systems, firewalls, servers, Veeam, VPNs, etc. He also talks about the importance of looking at your logs, especially those public facing devices. Finally, he brags that he submitted four 471s to E-Rate and all four of them went to "Wave Ready" status in less than six hours after upload. The…
  continue reading
 
In this continuation of the Equitable Protocols in Action episode, Oral Historian Dr. Mi'Jan Celie Tho-Biaz and The Creativity Department’s Matt Grundler talk to arts educators from NAEA’s Connected Arts Networks (CAN). Jessica Lucas & Alexa Wynschenk join the conversation about creating structure and setting expectations for students with classroo…
  continue reading
 
Dr. Emily Garside discusses her book on Russell T. Davies and the importance of LGBTQ+ representation in media. She shares the inspiration behind her research and the process of writing the book. The conversation explores the impact of representation on individuals and the significance of positive representation in shaping identities. Dr. Garside a…
  continue reading
 
On this week... Dwight Gunning, a data scientist with a background in finance, discusses the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the finance industry. He emphasizes the importance of technology in finance and the need for financial institutions to stay up to date with AI to protect against fraud and build trust. Dwight shares his personal journ…
  continue reading
 
Loading …

دليل مرجعي سريع