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054: Five EdTech & Social Media Experts’ Tips & Insights; Greatest Hits Part 2

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In this episode

We continue to celebrate our Edspiration anniversary this month. In gratitude to you and our guests, we share essential excerpts from some of this year’s popular interviews on the subject of technology and social media in education. Hear insights and tips in show highlights from Sean Gaillard, Brett Salakas, Lee Kolbert, Alec Couros & Katrina Keene. You’re going to love the valuable contributions shared by these guests and thank you for an amazing year.

About today’s guest

These are highlights from previous Ed Tech episodes but you can hear the interviews in their entirety and find all these guests’ recommended resources in their show notes. This show featured clips from the shows below.

Show clips taken from the following Edspiration episodes:

  • “Boost morale through social media and recharge yourself” — Sean Gaillard
  • “Be your own agent of change” — Brett Salakas
  • “Dive in! You can bridge the school and home tech divide” — Lee Kolbert
  • “Digital Citizenship in a World that doesn’t forget” — Alec Couros
  • “How to go from technophobe to tech savvy” — Katrina Keene

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