Podcast – 3 Questions with Anne Treschak

Today I am at the CanConnect 2019 Conference in Niagara Falls and I am giving a presentation on how to use podcasting in the classroom. Anne Treschak volunteered to be interviewed and took the time to share her passions about education. She also wants everyone to make it out to Beamsville District Secondary School to see their presentation of Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory this weekend.

Podcast – 3Qs with Jennifer O’Connor

Today was the Ontario Summit in Kitchener-Waterloo. Many educators took the time this weekend to learn how to leverage EdTech to assist with student learning. It was a great day of PD and I had the opportunity to speak with Jennifer O’Connor about her experiences. List to the interview below.

Podcast – 3Qs with Kevin Brookhouser

I have met Kevin Brookhouser a few times and he never ceases to amaze me with his ideas and enthusiasm. In my final interview from the YRDSB EdTech Camp, I talk to Kevin about the passion projects and how he is making a difference, not only to his students, but also his community.

You can find Kevin on Twitter @brookhouser and you can also find his books on Amazon (The 20 Time Project and Code in Every Class).

Podcast – 3Q’s with Joanna Bull

The 4th interview in a series from the YRDSB EdCamp. This time I interview Joanna Bull and we discuss the idea of Improvisational PD. A great concept and easily something to get people our of their seats and participating in their own learning.

The funny thing about this interview was that we thought we had found a quiet place to talk. To our surprise, it quickly turned into a lunch room with many people coming and going.

Podcast – 3Qs with Jen Giffen

This is the 3rd in a series from the YRDSB EdCamp. This time I am speaking with Jen Giffen one of the organizer of the event and Digital Literacy Resource Teacher with the York Region District School Board. Jen and I have know each other for a while and we have some fun talking about our passions.

If the sound is a little off, it is because we conducted the interview in a hallway while she was running off to do something important.