Ioannis may not have access to that much edtech, but he makes up for everything with his creativity. Take a look at how he uses Explain Everything Whiteboard to engage his students and get inspired!
We live in times when we get the chance to not just react to coming changes, but to really set the course for the future of education. Possibly even more so than any previous generation of educators ever could have.
Suzanne started her work as Technology Coach by, as she puts it, holding the hands of teachers just getting started using Explain Everything on their iPads.
What do you do when your wife is in the hospital about to have a baby and your chemistry class has a big exam coming up? Almost a decade ago, Pat decided the answer was simple – record a video lesson. And when his students aced the test, he decided that maybe he was on to something. Soon, he was recording all of his lectures, and even entire experiments.
The 1st episode of EdTech Talks Podcast has landed! Here’s an inspiration from Monica Thieu, who creates impressive neuropsychology explainer videos.
Meet George Wienekus, a seventh grade math teacher and researcher from South Africa. In addition to teaching math, he was also the Head of the Math Department at St. Andrew’s Prep School up until his recent relocation to the UK.
Meet Michelle Williams, a truly ignitED educator whose job is to help students who are struggling with math. The way she sees it, the use of technology is essential to supporting the learning of underprivileged students.
Meet Jacob Bowman, a physics teacher at Norwell High School, located just outside of Fort Wayne, Indiana. He teaches AP Physics 1 as well as an integrated chemistry and physics course. His students range from sophomores to high school seniors.
Meet Darren Lester, teacher of both classical and modern languages at Wycliffe College where he teaches French, Chinese and Latin.
Meet Paul Tullock who he has been able to discover numerous inventive ways of utilizing the whiteboard app, finding unconventional methods of helping children with learning impediments, teaching students as young as Pre-K, and even… using explainer videos to teach P.E. classes!
Meet Monica Thieu, a PhD student of psychology and assistant teacher at Columbia University in New York. She creates cool whiteboard videos to help explain complex ideas to her students.
Meet Stacey Bernier, who’s job is to help teachers use digital tools. His go-to app is Explain Everything for most assignments across different age groups. One of the most exciting and rewarding, however, is digital literacy training in kindergarten (K-5).