Welcome to Techno Teacher. Home of a getting older every day middle school/high school science, robotics, and technology teacher. I’ll be sharing reviews of classroom technologies and updates in educational technology on a semi-regular basis.
So, I’ve been doing some thinking about Podcasting in the Classroom. Some of you may already be listening to podcasts on your own free time. There are quite a number of them that cover probably every topic in existence, from Physics to Literature to Video Games and just about everything in between. And some of… Continue reading Podcasting In The Classroom
So, if you’re anything like me, you’ve probably got a to do list that’s longer than Rip Van Winkle’s beard by this point in the year. The end of the grading period is drawing near, and I’m drowning in a pile of papers to grade along with a series of faculty and club meetings, lunch… Continue reading Ponderings
Time for the meat of the conference. Look for posts concerning everything from the fairly low tech to the majorly high tech from the Forum. On my way to workshop number two after learning how to use the accelerometer in my smartphone to help teach physics. Links will be forthcoming as soon as I can… Continue reading NSTA #STEMForum Day 2
Hi All, I know it’s been awhile since I posted. It’s mid summer so I figure most of you are knee deep in sand on some tropical beach and definitely not at professional development session sucking down an iced coffee like I am. Anyhow, this is just a short hello from the 2017 NSTA STEM… Continue reading Hello from the NSTA #STEMForum
I’ve been exploring some options for creating videos for a flipped classroom over the past few days. I have both Apple and Windows devices at my disposal for this project. My school uses Google Apps for Education so I’m currently looking to upload these videos to YouTube since it integrates so nicely with the apps… Continue reading Creating Videos for Flipping A Classroom