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Episode 34: GrandeTECHspectations Virtual Road Trip - Stop 3 w/ the Merrillson 8/14/2020 Length:
Grab your coffee, and clear your cache! The third stop of our #RemoteLearning Lessons Virtual Road Trip brings us to Florida to talk with edtech power couple, Kristin and Joe Merrill, about their amazing book, The #interACTIVEclass, and about their thoughts on how our experiences in the Spring will affect education moving forward. Follow them on Twitter @themerrillsedu @friendsinfourth @MrMerrillsClass
Episode 33: GrandeTECHspectations Virtual Road Trip - Stop 2 w/ the eTwinzon 8/7/2020 Length:
Grab your coffee, and clear your cache! The second stop of our #RemoteLearning Lessons Virtual Road Trip brings us to Utah to talk with Alberto and Mario Herraez, better known as the #eTwinz - Hear what they have to share about the importance of SEL and the changes we need to tackle as educators moving forward. If you are not following them on Twitter already, find them @aalbertoherraez and @mmarioherraez
Episode 32: GrandeTECHspectations Virtual Road Trip - Stop 1 w/ Jenallee!on 7/31/2020 Length:
(Apologies in advance for a few sound/service glitches in today's episode - we do what we can!) Grab your coffee, and clear your cache! This week starts a three week series of our #RemoteLearning lessons Virtual Road Trip. This week, we "stop" in Texas to check in with the dynamic duo, Jenallee, also known as Jeni Long and Sallee Clark. These two ladies share their experiences from from the Spring and we chat about the changes we see coming to education moving forward into this very new school year. Do yourself a favor and follow these two on Twitter if you are not already!!! Jeni Long @jlo731 + Sallee Clark @SalleeClark = Jenallee @Jenallee1
Episode 31: More Cold Coffees and Remote Learning Lessonson 7/17/2020 Length:
Grab your coffee, and clear your cache! We are back with more Remote Learning Lessons, this time from some of our amazing Onslow County Schools administrators, Joycelyn Cassidy and Michael Elder.