Category: VideoCasts

Join the Global Celebration: WE Day Connect

We Day Connect

This is service-learning at its most inspiring and exciting! WE Day Connect is an interactive, online event in which students and educators come together to celebrate selfless acts of volunteerism. Students will learn how their peers are working to make

Using Macs or iPads at your school? Great new weekly resource from @9to5mac

9 to 5 Mac

If you are a district that uses Macintosh computers or iPads then you will want to check out this new weekly feature at 9 to 5 Mac. Jason and I are big fans of the blog and it is one

NCCE’s Just in Time with Jenn | Episode 4: Tags

Jenn is a life-long lover of technology and has worked to make learning come alive for her students and fellow educators from Kindergarten to higher education. After earning an M.Ed. in Instructional Technology, she now supports teachers, helping them infuse

NCCE’s A Minute with Maria: Episode 3: OneNote Parent Link

With over 25 years of educational experience, Maria Turner has always worked to bring curriculum to life by challenging her students with real life problem solving opportunities. After earning her Master’s in Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction, she had

Weekend Listen: Looking Back, Looking Forward


Happy New Year from NCCE and the Tech-Savvy Teachers!  We are so excited for what 2016 will bring!  Expect more information in coming weeks concerning NCCE in Seattle in February along with professional development opportunities throughout the year! Recently, I

Our new favorite FREE screen recording app Recordit

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a screen recording must be worth one million! We have been using a new app that is a game changer in the world of screen recording and it is called Recordit.

Keep Kids Coding! Manufactoria

In this weeks addition of Keep Kids Coding! Kiki looks at an intermediate site from called Manufactoria. Manufactoria is a puzzle game about putting robots in their proper place. Using conveyor-belts, ‘pullers’ and ‘pushers’ students get to build a machine

A look at some of the hot products at International CES


Last week in Las Vegas, technology vendors touted their wares at the International CES (formerly the Consumer Electronics Show).  I am not a tech journalist, but, have read many accounts that the trade show is both amazing and a bit

Episode 1: Ask a Tech-Savvy Teacher Podcast – Featuring Chelsie Jolley

For this first interview, we interviewed Chelsie Jolley, a third grade teacher in Stillwater, MN.  We interviewed Chelsie via Google Hangouts and she joined us from Stillwater, MN.  She has some very insightful comments about classrooms with a handful of