MTT042| Creating with Chrome - Ryan O’Donnell
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Are you at a school with a lot of Chrome Books? How are you using them? Are your students consumers or creators? Wouldn’t it be great if you could turn on your student’s creative side and see where it would lead them? Join us today as we speak with Ryan O’Donnell, a high school Video Production teacher from California. He shares with us so many creative ways to have your students Creating with Chrome in no time. And just wait until you check out his unbelievable templates that he is sharing with you!
Ryan O’Donnell is currently a Video Production teacher at Rocklin High School in Rocklin, California. Before teaching video, he was a TOSA and social studies teacher and has been in education for 20 years. Ryan’s passionate about professional development for teachers with a focus on using tools, techniques and strategies in order to help students become more engaged and connected. Along with being a full time teacher, he is a podcaster, co-hosting the ed tech podcast, "Check This Out" as well as a presenter at various workshops and conferences throughout the country. You can connect with Ryan and find all his resources on his website www.creativeedtech.com
Contact: Ryan O’Donnell
YouTube: Ryan O’Donnell https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU3vw2FXs7n1eBOLHsUTm_g
Items mentioned in Episode 42:
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
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