House of #EdTech
By Christopher J. Nesi
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Hosted by Christopher J. Nesi, House of #EdTech is the podcast that explores how technology is changing the way teachers teach and the impact that technology is having in education. Whether you use it or not, technology is changing the way we teach and how our students learn.
||14 Take My Wife; Take Her! A Conversation With Katelyn Nesi||Katelyn Nesi is the Library Media Specialist at Shore Regional High School (NJ). Mrs. Nesi, my wife, makes her first appearance on the podcast and shares some insight on moving to a new place and her love for all things technology. House of #EdTech is bro||7/6/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||13 Virtual Conference Attendance And A Conversation With Timothy Charleston||Timothy Charleston is the Supervisor of Instruction and Technology for Green Brook Township Public Schools. Mr. Charleston stops by the house to share his views on technology integration and to share is favorite apps and education technology. Ho||6/22/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||12 Digital Leader Learner Theresa Stager||Theresa Stager is an elementary school principal who just completed her first year as the lead learner. Principal Stager talks about her use of technology as a school administrator. House of #EdTech is sponsored by Audible.com. Get a FREE a||6/8/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||11 Gaming in the Physics Classroom with Matt Blackman||Matthew Blackman, an AP Physics teacher, talks about his use of games in his classroom as well as his interest in game design and his website, The Universe and More where he publishes his own physics-based games. I also now officially have my Master's Deg||5/25/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||10 Technology Integration Obsession & A Conversation with Natalie O'Neil||Natalie O'Neil, a tech-savvy high school English teacher, talks about her plunge into education technology and shares some of the great ways she is integrating technology in her high school. Happy Mother's Day to all Moms! Special thanks and much love to||5/11/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||9 Technology and Administration: A Conversation with Jessica Johnson||In this episode of House of #EdTech I speak to Jessica Johnson, a tech-savvy Principal who shares her views on a variety of technologies that shes used as a teacher and now employs as a school leader. Thank you to Julie Greller for naming the House of #Ed||4/27/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||8 Supercharge Your Classroom and a Conversation with Jay Eitner||In this episode of House of #EdTech I speak to Jay Eitner, a forward-thinking New Jersey Superintendent who provides insight into how he leverages technology as an educator and leader. Yes, he's wearing Google Glass and yes he uses them for school! I also||4/13/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||7 The Bracketology of Technology | My #EdTech Final Four||In this episode of House of #EdTech I pay homage to the Final Four and share my #EdTech Final Four of apps and technology from the East, South, Midwest and West regions! I also reveal the newest House of #EdTech VIP! Before you explore the featured conten||3/30/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||6 Comic Strip Makers and a Conversation with Darek Teller of Celly||I have been using Celly for a few years and it has been a fantastic addition to my teaching tools! In this episode I spoke to Darek Teller about all things Celly! If you have not yet chosen a platform for using cell phones with your students, parents, and||3/16/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||5 Rubrics and a Conversation with Andria Trovisonno of Tackk.com||I end each episode by saying, "using technology isn't difficult. Just give it a try." In this episode I interviewed Andria Trivisonno, of Tackk.com. Tackk allows users to create, quick, great looking, and EASY to make webpages that are great for teac||3/2/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||4 Backchanneling and a Conversation with Carina Gonzalez, LMS||Providing new outlets for your students to communicate through is something that all teachers should consider. At a time when career and college readiness are the buzz words being used communication will always be a key skill that needs to be mastered by||2/16/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||3 Online Learning and the EdTech Maestro: An Interview with Joseph Iacono||New show notes format... Many of teachers have a desire to make their course content more accessible to their students as well as their parents/guardians. Providing content online for students can help you take your teaching and your students to high||2/2/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||2 Science, Technology and LMS's||Join me this week for a conversation with Alex Rosenwald (@arosey)! Mr. Rosenwald is the k-12 science supervisor in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He shares his thoughts on connecting in the classroom and how valuable technology is to the science curriculum. M||1/19/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||1 Welcome to House of #EdTech - An Introduction and MORE!||Welcome to the first episode of House of #EdTech! House of #EdTech the podcast that explores how technology is changing the way teachers teach and the impact that technology is having in education. In this first episode I provide a foundation for the show||1/5/14||Free||View In iTunes|
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Chris's dedication is seen in every talk. He has great speakers and content (8 episodes as of this review).
Podcast like House of EdTech is important for busy educators like me. Now we don't have to give up what we have to do to consume content. We can listen to podcasts while commuting, prepping for tomorrow or during lunch. In fact, multitask along with anything.
Happy listening! Chris- Good luck!
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This is seriously the best #edtech podcast out there. Mr. Nesi doesn’t simply record himself in a Google Hangout, he interviews our peers, provides great ideas you can “hear today and use tomorrow”, and keeps it upbeat. This podcast could motivate even the least tech-savvy teacher to try something new and exciting in their classroom.
As an Ed Tech teacher, I find House of Ed Tech a great resource for ideas to implement in my classroom. Each week, Chris interviews a visionary in the field to discuss current and future trends in technology and education. It is inspiring and I find myself excited to check out some of his recommendations. Because of Chris, I've expanded my professional network and consider his podcast one of the best resources I have to improve myself as a teacher. And the best part: he is enjoyable to listen to. Keep up the great work, Mr. Nesi!