MTT044| Podcasting with your Students - Brian Briggs
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Have you thought about podcasting with your students, but don’t know where to start? Join us today as we speak with Brian Briggs, the Director of Innovation and Instructional Technology for Plumas Lake Elementary School District in California. Brian shares with us why podcasting with your students is so beneficial and just how easy it is to get started.
Brian Briggs is the Director of Innovation and Instructional Technology for Plumas Lake Elementary School District. Brian enjoys working with teachers and students teaching, training and learning alongside them with new and exciting topics in Educational Technology. He loves the use of coding and robots, and has always been a nut for hands-on science. Brian is most excited about STEAM, the creation of projects, and getting students engaged. He also loves seeing the excitement of students and teachers working together as teams to create or complete a desired goal. On top of the teachable moments, Brian lives for the ooo and aahh moments that happen during instruction.
Contact: Brian Briggs
Items mentioned in Episode 44:
The Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire
This Week In Tech Podcast with Leo Laporte
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