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House of #EdTech shares stories from teachers and creators about education technology, recommends the valuable tools, tips, and resources to integrate technology into your classroom and instruction and explores how technology is changing the way teachers teach along with the impact that technology is having in education.

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Mar 13, 2023

Feedback & Shout Outs (1:26)

Happy Birthday, Miles! Miles previously appeared in episodes 117 and 137

Sam Fecich and Matthew Woods, both members of the EPN have collaborated on a new professional development book titled, "Digital PD for Educators." Purchase the book from Amazon.

EdTech Recommendation (4:05)


Feb 26, 2023

Feedback & Shout Outs (1:34)

I am thrilled to welcome Tech Tools for Teachers and Speaking with Students to the Education Podcast Network! These two new shows bring valuable perspectives and insights to the education community. Tech Tools for Teachers, hosted by Shanna Martin, offers practical advice and recommendations...

Feb 12, 2023

Support for today's episode comes from Wipebook. The perfect tool to engage students who need to work things out.

Featured Content (3:45)

The world is rapidly advancing in technology and artificial intelligence is at the forefront of that progress. But what does that mean for the field of education? How is AI being used...

Jan 29, 2023

Feedback & Shout Outs (1:19)

Awesome Supporter Dan Gallagher - "just listened to #HoET216 I believe there is a fifth item to asking for help, ‘Be willing to answer the call for help’ this will help you better ask for help and will show others you look to be collaborative in learning & growing in education together"

Jan 15, 2023

Feedback & Shout Outs (1:18)

PodcastPD returns on Sunday, January 29, 2023!

EdTech Thought (4:22)

Ask For Help

  • Asking for help can be difficult, but it is an important part of being a successful teacher. Here are a few tips to help teachers feel comfortable asking for help:
    • Remember that it is okay to ask for help....