EdTech Podcasters Shout Out the Best Tools of 2020

In this edition of the Roundtable, host Tim Cavey connects with six inspiring educational technology podcasters to discuss the best learning apps and tools of 2020. In this year of unprecedented challenges, which companies and innovators stepped up to support learning?

Questions That Guided Our Discussion

  • 1:21 – Who are you and what is your current context in education? Tell us about your podcast.
  • 7:23 – This year forced educators to pivot our practice more dramatically than ever before. What was one edtech tool that impressed you in terms of how it supported learning?
  • 20:17 – What do you think is the single most underrated edtech tool right now? Explain why.
  • 33:02 – What is one piece of technology that you’re hoping to learn more about in 2021?
  • 42:36 – What have you got coming up next on your podcast?
  • 51:17 – How can we connect with you?

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2 thoughts on “EdTech Podcasters Shout Out the Best Tools of 2020

    1. You ROCK, Erika. Thank you so much for your encouragement! Looking forward to doing some streaming with you about the goodness of Pixlr, Slides, and Adobe Spark some time soon.


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