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NEWSLETTER ISSUE 59:

1 EduGIF, 4 Podcasts, and 19 Wakelet Spaces Ideas!

Hi <<First Name>> - The 2 months since my last newsletter have been tough for me and I bet they've been rough for you too. I'm excited to catch up!
19 Ways that You Can Use Wakelet Spaces in Your Class or School!
Have you tried Wakelet Spaces yet? It's just as great for curation, organization, and resource-sharing as a regular Wakelet collection, but levels it up by combining multiple Collections into one shareable, collaborative environment. And better yet, I've got 19 ideas for how you can use it in your educational environment. Check it out here! (Sponsored Post)
4 New #EduDuctTape Episodes!
It's been a minute since I've sent a newsletter, so I've missed out on telling you about some new podcast episodes . . . four of them, to be exact! I'm super proud of these 4 episodes. I hope that you'll check them out!
In the 8th episode of Season 3, Robert Kaplinsky joins me to answer the question "How do I teach mathematical problem solving digitally?" We discuss using Open Middle math problems and mathematical modeling in in-person Blended Learning as well as Remote Learning. Technologies covered include Desmos Activity Builder, Pear Deck, Google Slides, and more! Check it out here!
In this mini-episode, Brandy New joins me to chat about her awesome girls' high school Computer Science classes and camps. Brandy shares about the Hands-on/Hearts-on strategy that she uses as a hook to get the girls excited about STEM and CompSci as well as how Udemy, Slack, Google Drawings, The Noun Project, and Skype-a-Scientist fit into it! Tune in here!
In the 6th episode of Season 3, I'm joined by Tech Specialist Mike Abrams to talk about helping students develop media literacy and understand bias and perspective in media and identify fake or untrustworthy sites. Listen here!
The 5th episode of Season 3 is a mini-episode in which I chatted with Jenna Drozd about her middle school digital photography and graphic design course. Jenna shared about her uses of Adobe Spark Pages, Adobe Photoshop, and the iOS Camera app. Hear the ideas here!
What's coming up on Jake's schedule?
  • all of these events are virtual
  • 1.8.21 - Start date for KSU Course: Best Practices & Tools for Learning in All Settings Cohort 8 (link)
  • 1.16.21 - ImproveEDCon (link)
  • 1.30.21 - ECOEA Winter Workshop (link)
  • 3.15.21 - Start date for KSU Course: Best Practices & Tools for Learning in All Settings Cohort 9 (link)
  • 6.11.21 - WITCon 2021
  • 6.30.21 - Panhandle STEM Conference
Want to see a sampling of Jake's speaking?
 Check out this video!  

Want me to come to your school, district or conference, or connect virtually?
 Just reply to this email and let's chat about it! 
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