Show Notes – S1E13 – Guest: NONE
INTRO SOUND BITE
Hello and welcome to this episode of EduTechGuys Radio brought to you by Southwest Arkansas Education Cooperative and Hope Public Schools, both located in Hope, Arkansas. (Introduce ourselves by name)
Today, we’re talking about different aspects of education technology, an update on the state of the Arkansas bandwidth initiative, Windows XP still alive and kicking and how we can use technology to differentiate student learning. Plus music from the featured artist this week, Nick Flora.
Phone call with FCC. Updates regarding bandwidth in Arkansas.
Play the AESA promo – Remember: New Orleans in December for AESA
11 of the Best Back-to-School Apps for Teachers
Comments, etc about the news items/lead-in to
Using Technology to Differentiate Instruction
These learners enjoy learning through speaking, writing, reading, and listening. In the classroom setting these students shine when given tasks such as taking notes, researching, listening, reading for information, and writing.
These learners love numbers, reasoning, and problem solving. These students enjoy measuring, calculating, and organizing data. In the classroom students will shine when given tasks such as collecting data, conducting experiments, solving problems, predicting, classifying, and sequencing.
These learners learn best visually and organize their thinking spatially. They are drawn to information that is presented visually. These students love to illustrate projects, color-code, and create visuals for projects.
Bodily-Kinesthetic These learners benefit from physical activity, hands-on tasks, and constructing things. These students are able to express ideas through movement. They like to act, manipulate objects, operate the mouse, take pictures, and be involved physically in a project.
Google App Feature of the week
EXTRA CONVERSATION IF TIME ALLOWS:
OUTRO SOUND BITE
** Use Periscope on the show!