Sketchnoting and Group Work, with some Rainy Day Recess Activities
We go Myth-busting! Talking about articles about EdTech and 3D printing myths!
We talk about our favorite creation tools, and some pedagogical trends for 2019
We talk Neuroplasticity, and IACUE tech fest.
Episode 100! Our thanks to all who have helped us along the way! Where are we going? Listen to find out!
Goal revisiting for 2019
What's your favorite PD style?
BIC Renovation Complete!
Follow @tosastalkintech for more info!
We ramble about our fun year and recap trainings and presentations.
bit.ly/TTTSN We talk CS Week, makers we love to follow, and CUE events!
CETPA 2018 Review Sessions
Coffee CUE Podcasting
Hour of Code
Bit.ly/TTTSN Cyber Monday Primer: STEM tools, 3D printer fun, and more! Check out or guide to holiday giving!
CETPA preview, the importance of Perseverance, and Transformation, not Tools
Bit.ly/TTTSN On this episode, we talk about Apple Keynote, 10/18, The Oculus Go, the Solar Pen, and the Pixel 3XL
We talk about Innovation Celebration, Microsoft Skype in the Classroom, and the NEW BIC!
Our FallCUE Experience, with new thing we learned and awesome people to follow.
Come hear about tech for Halloween, some Windows 10 update woes, and the downfall of Google+
Bit.ly/TTTSN TTT FallCUE preview,
Microsoft Education Community
SGVCUE Innovation Celebration
Bit.ly/TTTSN International Podcast Day DLI Update Net Neutrality Update Season for Conferences
Digital Citizenship Innovation Celebration, BIC Update, Speaker Spotlight David Platt, Special Guest
OneNote Tips and Tricks, Leading Edge Certification, and BIC Construction update.
We chat with the one and only Brian Briggs. He is just awesome, come bask in the his glow on Episode 82!
Hiatus Show #2, Hope you all are having an awesome summer! We talk to CUE Executive Director Jon Corippo and discuss CUE happening and the EduProtocol Field Guide
Show notes here: bit.ly/TTTSN Interview with Mara Hinter from Matterhackers, some Summer PD options and an Edsurge article about Students owning a makerspace
bit.ly/TTTSN for full notes
Cheers to BUSD 2017-18, Manic Minute with Paul Solano and Natalie Ybarra, and highlights from this past year. Reflections on our year and some of our best moments. Thanks for listening!
We have an Awesome Chat with Coach Ben on Feedback. We also conclude our How to start a podcast series, and a snippet of tech tips with Tech Squad, hope you enjoy!
CUE BOLD review w/ Guest Lindsey Blass! How to Start a Podcast PART 3 AFFILIATE EVENTS, SEE THE SHOW NOTES!
Bit.ly/TTTSN So You Want to Start a Podcast part 2 where we go over episode length, show formats and episode release schedule.
Also we promote some affiliate events, including SGVCUE innovation Celebration, CAPCUE Tech Fest, Gold Coast CUE Techtober, and NVCUE Silver State Tech Fest. See our show notes for links to attend or present.
Tom and Mike Discuss Lame Duck Days article and podcast from Cult of Pedagogy, and we start the first of a four part series on How to Podcast.
Segment 1- Makerspace, how we did it- Asked by a principal on a time crunch to implement an innovative space, what was our process? Segment 2-Ed-Tech Leadership Is a Tough Task for Principals/ Principals face pressure cooker of K-12 ed-tech priorities-By Denisa R. Superville
Cate Tolnai stops by the show and chats about things CUE, and we talk about an EdSurge Article about Personalized Learning. Check out show notes bit.ly/TTTSN
Special Guests Deborah French and Gabriel Rivera from Bassett Unified talk about the Digital Learning Initiative Plan, and new announcement from Adobe about Spark for EDU
CUE Bold and some Affiliate Events With Special Guests Bill Selak, Rebecca Hare, and David Platt!
Manic Minutes from CUE18, show notes to follow! Thanks to Nicole Beardsley, Jon Fitzsimmons, Brent Coley, Caleb Rothe, Dave Lee, Lisa Beiler, Brent Warner, James Kosako, Jonathan Brubaker, Shannon Svaldo, Carlos Castellanos, Matt Miller, and Kyle Anderson
Our take on this year's Spring CUE!
Spring Cue Preview! What's the secret word? Find out inside!
12 Collaboration Tools
Latinas Unidas Girl Power Expo!
Trends in Education, School Safety and Merge Cue Fun!
bit.ly/TTTSN eSchool News Article "Want to be a better digital Leader?" Anchor App Updates! Better than ever! TTT hits 20k downloads! We couldn't have done it without you!
bit.ly/TTTSN Manic Minute from OCCUE Tech Fest 2018, More conference tips, and Listener Email! #Supermuch
www.bit.ly/TTTSN Conference Tips, part 1, OCCUE tech Fest and Manic Minutes with Judy Blakeney, Nancy Minicozzi, Jack, Olivia and Brandee Ramirez, Tim Green, Chris Miraglia, and Steve Regur.
Bit.ly/TTTSN IACUE Tech Fair recap, nprEd Article, Screentime and parenting, SLATE article, where do you listen to podcasts? Picademy, Riverside Raspberry PI Jam
Interviews with Julia Francis of Alludo, Jason Seliskar of CUE, and David Platt of SGVCUE, as well as several Manic Minutes done live from the IA CUE Tech Fair 2018
Interviews with Julia Francis of Alludo, Jason Seliskar of CUE, and David Platt of SGVCUE, as well as several Manic Minutes done live from the IA CUE Tech Fair 2018
Conference Overview- California Educational Technology Professionals Association, Pasadena, Ca Nov. 14-17, 2017
Astronaut Fun! Overall take on the conference
Tom's Take Away- John Morgan and the One thing they did at Capo Unified to make their PD great and timely and applicable to their whole organization
Mike's Take Away-1:1 Rollouts by other districts, Andrew Schwab, wireless shoutout (Unite, Apple TV, AirTame, ScreenBeam, NovoPro), Capstone w/ Capo USD, Future Ready (Rocklin, Pomona, Davis school districts)
Exhibit Hall Madness!
IACUE Presentation and what to expect and how to visit us
Flipgrid Ambassador and licenses
Black Friday and Cyber Monday
Inland Code Consortium- CS for All Event
Saw Hadi Partovi give a great key note on coding and why everyone should be coding. Talked about his upbringing and how his father was able to teach him how to code and how that completely changed his life. On coming to America and the doors that were open to him because of this skill he had acquired.
Had two different panels,
one with college and career focus, and why we should be coing and learning new languages
Other with Middle school teacher, high school teacher, and high school senior, and they were focusing on how coding was becoming a part of their school life, and the opportunities and sense of accomplishment that they felt while teaching or learning codin. All three were female.
Student Showcase- they had schools from all over the inland empire and some SGV schools with showcase displays, showing their coding clubs, their robotics, or makerspaces, or competition squads that go out and compete.
Different type of conference for us. What are we looking forward to seeing/doing/learning?
Digital Learning Initiative
What does it take to actually roll out a 1:1 program? Office of Educational Technology has an idea! Great resource for any who have not heard of it.
Why is 1:1 become a passé phrase now? Why changing a name can bring success to a program.
What considerations or preparation surprised you? Which piece made you say "yea, no duh"
Common Sense School, District and work we have been doing. Referenced in Episode 50
How did this start?
What was our process?
How did it go?
Office 365 Trainer of Trainers
What was this program?
How did we select?
What did they do?
What have they done since?
FallCue 2017 and the Podfather
Silver State Tech Fair International Podcasting Day Manic Minutes with Ben Cogswell, Kyle Anderson, Sara Boucher, Heidi Carr, Ariana Flewelling, Dennis Ryan, Amanda Haughs, Denise Snow Parrot Good Times!
Episode 50 Common Sense Media Been working on this since we started in this position Did three months of research on Digicit Providers, lots of options, but we found that the best choice for us, the most comprehensive and one of the only k-12 curriculums
Interview with Covina High School Student tech team, with Teacher David Platt.
Shout-outs! Home Grown BUSD Admin- Jason Tveit, Arin McDonald and Rhonda Lentz! Flipgrid teachers Jackie Larson, Jackie Acosta and Ryann Mora! Keep rockin that tech!
Thanks for listening!
Episode 48 Updates Galore
App Reviews and Updates
FlipGrid news for Microsoft Office 365
Embedding of Grids into OneNote Classroom
Mike and Tom talk about their year, conference, projects, and initiatives. We also have an interview with Gabriel Rivera, IET Director for Bassett Unified School District where we discuss tech help, district 1:1, and some big projects coming up in BUSD next year.
College Signing Day video link: https://youtu.be/wzMyP0_i1CE
Tynker webinar and news
Star Wars Fidget Spinners http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1962118
Hosting options for student projects
Episode 41- Finishing Well and Summer PD oppotunities
Episode 40- Springing into the Summer! Things to do and learn over summer break!
TTTP039- K-2 Can Too! With Ann Kozma!
National robotics week - https://www.nationalroboticsweek.org/
The One Thing- http://amzn.to/2nyni4z topic of #connectedtl and #cuechat on April 18th 7pm PST
Noise level app- www.bouncyballs.org
Nomorobo- Robo Call blocker. www.nomorobo.com stop annoying cell phone and home sales calls.
Teachthought.com Article on Using the SAMR model as framework for Education 3.0 www.teachthought.com
Thanks Ann for Coming on the Show!
On the show: Tom and Mike go over their cue experience, we talk about sessions we attended, resources that were shared, our experience as first time CUE presenters, and we finish with the Manic Minutes from the conference. Thanks for listening!
MarkerSpace Nuts and Bolts- resources https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/130uLxbTD61ZdjKC205oBdAT4NkJR2J2aAP1rVouDo40/edit#slide=id.g1659c39d0c_0_170
Ryan O'Donnell Sharing is Caring- http://creativeedtech.com/
Cue photo Goodness http://www.tomtalksabout.com/cue-goodness/
Benson Kwok presentation http://sched.co/9HjI
Podcast Workflow Video http://www.tomtalksabout.com/cue17/
CUE17 interviews, part Deux! With some Manic Minutes from @techyNana, @DrAdamsCVUSD, @edtechtv, and @mflynch
Interviews with BUSD Specialists Marlo and Belinda, talking about their CUE experience! Leave a review and like us on twitter @tosastalkintech
TTT smashes our time at #CUE17! Interviews from @jcorippo, @bribriggs, @annkozma723 and @teachusingtech. Comments and reviews always welcome! go Check out Palbo's Blog!
This episode is pure promotion, from our 3 Sessions we are participating in at #CUE17 to some great work our high school girls are doing. Make sure to check us out at bit.ly/tttbusd and go visit the Girls Build LA project page (www.olyscrushinit.weebly.com, insta: olysschrusinit twitter: @Olyscrushinit) and give them some love! See you At #CUE17 !
CUE news updates (Tom-Vista) We first went to Vista RockStar in June 0f 2016. I believe we did a review of this conference back on Episode 19.
Digital Formative Assessment Options
Sunkist Elementary Code Cafe Special. Tom and Mike go on assignment and talk to the students, teachers and admin responsible for making the Code Cafe dream a reality!
TOday Mike and Tom talk about the new CUE Steampunk inspired Code Café that just opened, our visit to Valencia Park School in FDS, Online Collaboration tools, and our upcoming events we are looking forward to. Thanks for subscribing. Leave a comment on iTunes, we'd love some feedback!
In this episode, we get the second half of our interview with a surprise guest, Ryan O'Donnell, from the Check this out podcast. In this segment, we talk about personal PD, library books in the new tech world, Learning Management Systems, single sign on and why it is important, gradebooks, and out tech wished for the future.
Mike and I also go over the nuts and bolts of podcasting, where to go when you need help/inspiration/guidance.
We rely on
LibSyn (liberated Syndication, podcast hosting)
Stitcher, podbean, spreaker, podify, spreaker, soundcloud
BUSD Happenings, A surprise guest, TOSA life, textbook talk, worksheets and podcasting, B4UT Categories
This week we talk about Collaboration tools, we get an update from our PBL Specialists, and we wish you a great holiday break with a B4UChristmas segment.
In this episode we review the three Adobe Spark Apps, Post, Page and Video. we also have two interviews from visitors to the BIC. Remember to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes! Thanks for listening. Listen to the whole podcast for some surprises at the end!
go to www.tomtalksabout.com/tomtalking for the full list with links. We hope you enjoy!
IN this show Mike and Tom discuss the upcoming Hour of COde week, we talk about the difference between Facebook and Twitter, get a shout out from some respected colleagues, and talk about web apps and updating . Thanks for supporting us, make sure to leave us an iTunes Review.
Access to new materials and teacher lessons for hour of code. Let’s get our students coding! https://hourofcode.com/us/how-to
Haiku site for Tech trainings www.bit.ly/busdtrainings1617
The Awesome guys of Check this out, Brian Briggs and Ryan O’Donnell http://checkthisoutsite.weebly.com/
BUSD FEEDDR Program, LEC-PLL with @thetechprofe, CUE News, and B4UT changes
Join Mike and Tom as they review their FallCUE Experience.
This episode has been in the can for over a month, but we wanted to push it out and stay true to our publishing vision for ourselves. Hope you enjoy.
In this Ep. we talk about CUE Rockstar TOSA, a coding pilot we are starting in the district, and our New training for the Panasonic 80" Touchscreen TVs we now have districtwide in classrooms. Thanks for listening. Leave us a comment or review, we would appreciate it.
In this Episode, Michael and Tom talk about a coding pilot, their badging efforts in BUSD, and some presentations they have been doing at conferences across California.
They discuss their NewMatter Mod-T 3D printer.
Need some motivation, check out this CUETalk from John Eick, Executive Director for Westlake Charter. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2Fv1fz5pcQ
Thanks for tuning in! Leave a review on iTunes if you get a chance!
Year-End Review! We talk about all of our accomplishments and hopes and dreams for next year! Joining us are @PBLYvonneBUSD, @PuenteReadsBUSD, @MarloReadsBUSD, and @PBLAmyBUSD. Thanks for a great year of working, collaborating, rushing to meet deadlines, and just plain fun. It was great getting to know you, and it was great having you as listeners. See you next Year!
In this episode, we talk about the end of the school year and trying something new. No test pressure, so feel free to experiment and have more fun! We also talk about our upcoming district PD and our EdCamp style session we are running. Lastly, we talk about summer plans, conferences and speaking engagements. Good times had by all.
In this episode, Tom and Michael discuss BUSD's LMS, Haiku, and how they have made an open student portfolio page. It can be used to display student work to parents and others, and can be updated with work throughout the year. Now is a good time to get these pages set for next year.
We give some presentation tips, based upon research, experience, and Presentation Zen by Garr Reynolds. Get some tips to make your presentations to the class, colleagues or even on the web, much better than they have ever been.
Lastly, we talk about end of the year packing and storage, especially because here in BUSD, we are transforming our elementary learning spaces into digital learning centers. We give some tips on packing, purging and putting things into the cloud.
As always, your feedback is welcome. email@example.com.
This Edition of TOSAs Talking Tech, Tom and Mike Highlight Veescope Live, a green screen app used in our district from k-12. We also have our final CUE Revue with our Early Literacy Specialists, and we have our first ever book review of Technology for teachers by Jennifer Gonzalez. @cultofpedagogy @veescope, @PuenteReadsBUSD @MarloReadsBUSD
Discovery Education Cue Connection
We hooked up with Discovery Education at CUE, and told them how much we loved the Discovery Educator Network (DEN) and Spotlight On Strategies (SOS) introduced this past year. In fact, Mike and Tom were DEN trainers for their district. In this episode, we interview Jessica Rivera and Jannita Demian (@jdemian) from Discovery Ed. About the new DEN and how it is changing the practice in classrooms across the country.
Manic Minute with meg Perry, our BIE PBL Specialist, and a App review of Adobe Voice for the iPad.
Let us know what you think, comments, concerns and critiques are welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org.
#CUE16 Spectacular Supreme Extravaganza Showcase #2
OMG Twitter! #tosachat and #connectedtl importance to this conference, and making us feel like insiders. Shout out to #SGVCue, our local affiliate and local CUE peeps. We discuss some more sessions we enjoyed from Friday and Saturday as well as some new manic minutes with @msbaker62, @techynana, @Bribriggs and @cogswell_ben. Lots of Fanboy adoration for all of the awesome educators we met and ways to continue to grow our PLC/PLN.
Also, we talk about the CUE Karaoke, fun and good times had by all!
#Cue16 Spectacular Supreme Extravaganza Showcase #1
This episode is all about National CUE, and we had so much to say that we needed not 2, but 3 episodes to get this done. In this Podcast, we talk about day one, Thursday March 17th our #teambassett that went.
Mad props to all of the crazy educators we met. If this conference was one thing, it was social! Yvonne Flores, Marlo Leon and Belinda Puente join us for our CUE-ReVUE, sharing their in-session and out-of-session gems.
We also break up the podcast wih the Manic Minute, this time with Belinda and Marlo on the hot seat. Happy Listening
Lots of name dropping this episode, with all of our new PLC connections.
Thanks to the CTO Boys, Ryan and Brian, @edtechminded, @catetolnai, @cogswell_ben, @jcorippo, @lindseyblass1, @mindyahrens1, @bensonk49, @mrsjennarodgers, @techynana @msbaker62 #connectedTL #tosachat #podcastedu #cue16
On this episode, Mike and Tom discuss the new Apple iOS release coming soon, 9.3. They went to an Apple event highlighting the changes coming for education, making iPads easier to deploy and use within a classroom setting. Thanks to Whittier City School District for hosting the event.
They also introduce a new segment called ManicMinute. Their guest tries to answer a series of introductory questions in the shortest time possible. They roped in three of their colleagues to beta test the segment, and those first three guinea pigs are in the second segment of todays show.
Lastly, Tom and Mike gush about a couple of sessions @ the upcoming CUE 2016 and do some name dropping, with a new sound effect to boot!
We hope to see you at CUE2016. Tweet us if you are there, we will be recording every night, and we would love to have you as a guest on our show!
#podcastpd #TTTBUSD, ##Tosachat @techtombusd, @techmikebusd, @PBLAmyBUSD, @PBLYvonneBUSD,
In this episode, we talk about PLCs and their expansion with Technology. We recaap out Tustin Connect Institute visit with a special guest, and we talk about teaching students how to make the most out of their content searches.
Tustin Unified School District
Tustin Connect Institute Conference:
Cue 2016 Conference
Google Search Education:Thanks to @creativedtech Ryan O’Donnell for the ideas and links for this training.
Ryan’s Blog on Weebly:
Google Search Education Site:
In this Episode of TTT, we discuss the fun side of technology through the years, starting in the 1950s with the first TV remote, running through Coding classed with Sphereo and BB-8 today.
It is a Recess Edition of tech we have fun with. hear Mike and Tom wax nostalgic about tech toys and learning through the past 60 years.
Thanks for our shout out from these crazy guys!
In this episode, Tom and Mike discuss Modification on the SAMR Model, Email Passwords and Etiquette, and two apps you should be using.
Liquid Text- liquidtext.net
In this episode, we discuss the "A" of SAMR, PBL in BUSD, and B4UTicket and Tech Tips. Guests Yvonne Flores and Amy Arreola-Medrano in studio.
Podcast 4- Content: FallCUE conference think back, interview with Dr. Rachel Monarrez, SAMR-Substitution specifics, and B4UT- Testing your lesson and websites that won't work.
This week we discuss the SAMR Model and it's application to our classrooms, talk about setting up a greenscreen in your classroom, what to do Before you ticket when your device doesn't start, and how to use google like a pro.
This is a brief overview of what our podcast will be about, an introduction to the hosts, and a highlight of some of the tech we have in the district right now. There will be multiple segments in each show, Why we need tech, what we have now, Tips before you ticket, and some one minute tech tips before we close. We hope that you enjoy this podcast, and it provides useful information. Remember to tell your friends and fellow teachers.
If you have questions or suggestions for the show, email us at email@example.com. Happy Teching!