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jseiter said in August 29th, 2011 at 3:47 pm

Thanks, guys. I always find something worthwhile to share here. I especially appreciate the 12 Habits and the Twitter blog.
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Weekly Reflection #2 | Nicole Munoz said in September 5th, 2011 at 7:23 am
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Weekly Reflection #2: The Tech Chicks » William Cordes said in September 5th, 2011 at 9:38 pm

[…] Link to specific episode: http://techchicktips.net/2011/08/23/0088-tct-it-all-adds-up/ […]

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» Week 2: The Tech Chicks Reflection Teacher Lingo said in September 6th, 2011 at 2:19 pm

[…] Week 2: The Tech Chicks Reflection Posted on September 6, 2011 by Jessica Harms Week 2: The Tech Chicks Reflection http://techchicktips.net/2011/08/23/0088-tct-it-all-adds-up/ […]

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» Weekly Reflection #2 The Tech Chicks Kirsten Hermreck said in September 11th, 2011 at 11:25 am

[…] Weekly Reflection #2 The Tech Chicks This week for my reflection I watched Episode # 88 called “It All Adds Up” by The Tech Chicks.  During this episode, the Tech Chicks talked about 7 different links that […]

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Laura Mitchell » Weekly Reflection #2: The Tech Chicks said in September 11th, 2011 at 1:45 pm

[…] Episode 0088 TCT – It All Adds Up […]

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Weekly Reflection #2 The Tech Chicks | Tayler Kaps said in September 11th, 2011 at 4:53 pm

[…] Kaps The Tech Chicks have many different podcasts on this website. I viewed episode #0088 TCT: It All Adds Up. I think the way this site is set up is very interesting! The different topics they talk also have […]

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Weekly Reflection #2 The Tech Chicks | Hollyann Sewell said in September 11th, 2011 at 6:20 pm

[…] Weekly Reflection #2 The Tech Chicks Posted on September 12, 2011 by Hollyann Sewell Episode #/Title: 0088 TCT – It All Adds Up […]

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Tim Dunham said in September 11th, 2011 at 9:20 pm

At http://techchicktips.net/ I found the content to be useful. I listened to podcast 0089 TCT- There is no Title in which they discussed various forms of webtools (“There is no Title” is the actual title). The most helpful one to my future will be Pete’s Power Point Station at http://www.pppst.com. I think I will use this site as a first year teacher to get amodel powerpoint for some of my discussions such as American government or civil rights. This site offers a variety of curriculum areas in which to gain a basic powerpoint. For fist year teachers this may be incredibly helpful in the fact that you don’t have to start from scratch from all slides and may begin polishing rather than structuring. They also discuss Timer Tab which is an adjustable clock that displays in the tabs; this way you can be looking at another tab but know where your timer is at by just looking at the tab rather than clicking on it. This is useful for educators because it will save them time from having to navigate back and forth. The link for that is here.

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[…] Weekly Reflection #2- The Tech Chicks Posted in Assignments, Blog, Reflections and tagged with Assignments, DED 318 Classes, Reflections, technology on 09/12/2011 03:46 am by Erin Tuttle Episode #0088- It All Adds Up […]

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Jessica McAllister » Weekly Reflection #2- The Tech Chicks said in September 15th, 2011 at 12:18 am

[…] “It All Adds Up” […]

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Weekly Reflection #2- Tech Chicks | Kysa Powers said in September 19th, 2011 at 7:57 am

[…] Tech Chicks For this week I listened to  a podcast on Tech chicks website, I listened to episode 0088-It All Adds Up. They talk about many different diverse topics on this site, they give very good discussions. I […]

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[…] 0088 TCT – It All Adds Up Episode Link: http://techchicktips.net/2011/08/23/0088-tct-it-all-adds-up/ Website link: http://techchicktips.net/ The tech chicks offer a variety of podcasts that describe articles, blogs, and resources.  If you are looking for a specific link and web tool but don’t know how or where to find it, I would certainly recommend going into their website and exploring the many resources they offer. Their website not only describes different links, but it also critiques them and it is easy for the the teacher to get a opinion and see if they want to use it or not, they are very professional in their critique. I also loved that they talked about articles on education, which I love because you can use them to learn more and also as research. I heard a podcast which was titles “It all adds up”. The first thing that caught my attention was an article titled “Eight Shifts for Teaching and Learning” which was bringing up the question that caught my attention the most… “Are we empowering students to choose their teachers and what their sources of learning? or are we telling kids that education is something given not something you create?” This question really stands out, I through out my school years thought that education was something I couldn’t have a voice over and it was mandated period. I couldn’t create my learning environment because it was already created for me. But now that I am a future educator I consider that students have voices and they should be able to make, along with their teachers, their learning experience the best. Now by reading this we as teacher need to make sure we are stepping up our game and not being over confident that what we are doing is the best and allowing kids to have a voice. I think most of all we need to erase the mentality of having lessons “Easy to hand and expect them to accept it, and not create them”. Hey most important aspect of your teaching is your student, why not make a your teaching to match their needs and wants… Here are the links that were included in this podcast…. […]

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[…] 0088 TCT – It All Adds Up […]

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[…] Well first I liked this podcast because the links on their website that they were discussing all had to do with numbers. I like this because it just goes to show that you can use numbers in everything you can do! I like podcasts because you receive more information than if you just saw the visual aspects. From listening to their podcast, I was able to hear why they chose the links that they did for that particular post. […]

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» Week 3: The Tech Chicks Lisa Holthaus said in September 9th, 2012 at 7:55 pm

[…] Tech Chicks were very entertaining to listen to! I listened to Episode 0088, which introduced me to seven resources that encouraged technical integration in the classroom, […]

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