Two EdTech Guys Take Questions and Share Cool Stuff: Webinars

Why spend a half hour on a webinar late in the week? Because with Rushton and Richard (and sometimes friends they bring along to help), you'll find some genuine fun while getting good ideas for what you do. And if you have a burning question, they're happy to grapple with it for you!

Richard Byrne (on Twitter, at his world-famous blog)

Rushton Hurley (on Twitter, at his not-wildly-famous blog)

Upcoming

Two EdTech Guys Take Questions and Share Cool Stuff, Episode 21

Richard (@rmbyrne) and Rushton bring some cool stuff to share and answer your questions. Curious how to make something work in an online setting? You'll get some ideas from folks with plenty of experience in this space.

Register for free: Thursday, October 1st, at 1:00p Pacific / 4:00p Eastern

Previously

Episode 20

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared the Fall Foliage Map and the new Prezi Video, along with the many cool things that came up during the questions. You're welcome to send your own for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the episode.

Lots of questions, and these cool shares:
* Spot the Troll (Richard) from 14:35
* The English Language Project (Rushton) from 21:15

Episode 19

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared the Fall Foliage Map and the new Prezi Video, along with the many cool things that came up during the questions. You're welcome to send your own for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the episode.

Lots of questions, and these cool shares:
* Fall Foliage Map (Richard) from 8:10
* Prezi Video (Rushton) from 15:48

Episode 18

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared Whiteboard.chat and a very impressive video by talented middle school teacher Eric Cross, along with the many cool things that came up during the questions. You're welcome to send your own for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the episode.

Lots of questions, and these cool shares:
* Whiteboard.chat (Richard) from 11:54
* Eric Cross' microbiomes video (Rushton) from 21:51

Episode 17

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared PhET and Marble Machine by Wintergatan, along with the many cool things that came up during the questions. You're welcome to send your own for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the episode.

Lots of questions, and these cool shares:
* PhET Interactive Simulations (Richard) from 12:23
* Marble Machine by Wintergatan (Rushton) from 23:51

Episode 16

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared TeacherMade and Quizizz Lessons, along with the many cool things that came up during the questions. You're welcome to send your own for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the episode.

Lots of questions, and these cool shares:
* TeacherMade (Richard) from 16:53
* Quizizz Lessons (Rushton) from 19:20

Episode 15

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared Factitious Pandemic Edition and the new app Unrulr, along with the many cool things that came up during the questions. You're welcome to send your own for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the episode.

Lots of questions, and these cool shares:
* Factitious, Pandemic Edition (Richard) from 14:55
* Unrulr (Rushton) from 22:25

Episode 14

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared Phidgets and a rockin' Zoom Breakout Rooms tip, along with the many cool things that came up during the questions. You're welcome to send your own for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the episode.

Lots of questions, and these cool shares:
* Phidgets (Richard) from 12:03
* Zoom Breakout Room tip (Rushton) from 24:11

Episode 13

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared iNaturalist and the Hey You! Project (advice for teens), along with the many cool things that came up during the questions. You're welcome to send your own for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the chat.

Lots of questions, and these cool shares:
* iNaturalist (Richard) from 14:08
* Hey You! Project (Rushton) from 22:25

Episode 12

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared the National Zoo's Educational Activities You Can Do at Home, and the Great Big Story videos site, along with the many cool things that came up during the questions. You're welcome to send your own for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the chat.

Episode 11

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared the Acoustic Atlas for Montana's ecosystems, and OK Go Sandbox for STEM lessons tied to that band's videos, along with the many cool things that came up during the questions. You're welcome to send your own for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the chat.

Episode 10

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared the Digital Public Library of America, Kinder Rockets, and all the cool stuff that came up during the questions. You're welcome to send your own for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the chat.

Episode 9

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared Pixabay Music, the 5-Day Teacher Challenge, and all the cool stuff that came up during the questions. You're welcome to send your own for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the chat.

Episode 8

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared the free-for-reuse sets from the Library of Congress, along with the research game Naraview. They also answered questions on screensharing, screen time, slides, and more, and you're welcome to send your own for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the chat.

Episode 7

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared an upgraded screencasting app from Loom for iPads and iPhones, as well as a photo contest winners site that explores work and careers in stunning visuals. The guys also had plenty of ideas for questions the mountain of questions sent in over the week, and you're welcome to send your own question for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the chat.

Episode 6

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared a student-created site for sharing lessons and helping charities, along with an online exhibit from an art gallery that can be used to engage your students as part of the lesson. They also had plenty of ideas for questions that have been sent in over the last week, and you're welcome to send your own question for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the chat.

Episode 5

In this episode, Richard and Rushton shared resources that you'll want to tell friends about, even if it's simply as fodder for a good happy hour conversation. They also had plenty of ideas for questions that have been sent in over the last week, and you're welcome to send your own question for next week's episode! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the chat transcript.

Episode 4

In this episode, we looked at Video Puppet and a collection of fifteen amazing Street View exploration possibilities for your students, as well as answering plenty of questions! Click below for the recording, or here for the slides, and here for the links from the chat transcript.

Episode 3

Richard was snowed in without power, so Holly Clark and Jesse Lubinsky joined Rushton in sharing cool stuff and offering up answers to questions we've been receiving. Enjoy the recording, below, and feel free to look at those resources in more detail, check out the slides, or try the links we shared in the chat.

Episode 2

Richard and Rushton share Wheel of Names, Book Creator, and a check-in survey for your students. Enjoy the recording, below, and feel free to look at those resources in more detail, check out the slides, or try the links we shared in the chat.

Episode 1

Richard Byrne (@rmbyrne) of Free Tech for Teachers and Rushton Hurley of Next Vista for Learning in their first episode shared audio, tutorial, tips, and answers to questions sent their way. These are both people who keep a foot in the in-person and online teaching worlds, and they invite you each week to grab your favorite hot drink and join them for ideas and some fun! For this episode, click here for the slides, and here for the links form the chat transcript.