In this episode, Adam and Dave have a great chat with Bonnie Chelette, the Director Of Educational Technology in the Louisiana Department of Education. They discuss what it's like to make plans for districts state-wide, what unique challenges Louisianans face, and what the perfect tech department for a school district should look like. They also talk about coding on the amazing Replit.com, some other cool websites, and going to ISTE in New Orleans.

For more info and show notes, visit https://podcast.edtechdistilled.com/show.html?a=1639575744539

"Slow Burn" and "Cold Sober" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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In episode 16, Dave and Adam chat with Minnesotan tech specialist Rick Ballew about the way he and his team are helping their teachers find the balance between tech and non-tech strategies in their classrooms now that things are "back to normal". They also discuss ways teachers can be more efficient and intentional with those tech-integrated activities. They also discuss recent Google updates, some sweet websites, and how buildings can use 3D printers to heal themselves. Pretty cool stuff!

For more info and show notes, visit https://podcast.edtechdistilled.com/show.html?a=1638475800887

"Slow Burn" and "Cold Sober" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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In this special episode, Adam and Dave present at the IETC2021 annual Edtech conference in Springfield, IL. In this presentation, the gents discuss ways teachers can include podcasting in their classroom, and they also talk about how folks can start their own podcast from home. 

For more info and show notes, visit https://podcast.edtechdistilled.com/show.html?a=1637591171452

"Slow Burn" and "Cold Sober" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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In Episode 14, Dave and Adam chat with tech coach Teresa Engler about what it's like being the only tech coach in a K-12 district and how the job has changed thanks to COVID's effects on education. They also chat about electric cars, raising Alaskan Malamutes, and how to make the perfect Old Fashioned.

For more info and show notes, visit https://podcast.edtechdistilled.com/show.html?a=1636051724695

"Slow Burn" and "Cold Sober" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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In this one-on-one episode with Dave and Adam, the gents, inspired by Marvel's new Disney+ show "What If...?", discuss ways to recognize how we might be sliding back into outdated pre-COVID teaching strategies and how we might shift the story to benefit teachers, students, administrators, and stakeholders alike. By no means are these proven strategies or research-driven ideas. Instead it's a chance to take a look at the art of teaching from a different perspective. As usual, the opinions expressed, as skewed as they may be, are purely our own. 

For more info and show notes, visit https://podcast.edtechdistilled.com/show.html?a=1634263398326

"Slow Burn" and "Cold Sober" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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