EDU Podcaster Summit: Barbara Bray, Lainie Rowell, and Dr. Wesley Fryer

In this edition of the EDU Podcaster Summit, Tim Cavey hosts a conversation with three educational podcasters to learn more about their podcast, including their format, mission, best practices, and next pieces of content. Guests included Dr. Wesley Fryer (from The EdTech Situation Room), Barbara Bray (from Rethinking Learning), and Lainie Rowell (from Lemonade Learning).

Questions That Guided Our Conversation

  • 0:47​ – Who is Lainie Rowell, what is her context in education, and what is the name of her podcast?
  • 2:01​ – Who is Dr. Wesley Fryer, what is his context in education, and what is the name of his podcast?
  • 3:03​ – Who is Barbara Bray, what is her context in education, and what is the name of her podcast?
  • 3:58​ – What kinds of content do you publish on your podcast? Do you focus on monologues, 1:1 interviews, or multi-guest conversations like this one?
  • 8:56​ – What is the theme or area of focus on your podcast?
  • 15:51​ – How does the podcast make you a better educator?
  • 24:51​ – On the practical or technical side, what is one piece of equipment or podcasting gear that you would like to add next to improve your content?
  • 28:02​ – How do the Headliner AutoVideos work?
  • 29:11​ – How do the handheld Zoom recorders work?
  • 37:01​ – What have you got cooking? Tell us about your next episode or piece of podcast content.
  • 45:50​ – How can we connect with Lainie Rowell and the Lemonade Learning podcast?
  • 46:33​ – How can we connect with Dr. Wesley Fryer and the EdTech Situation Room podcast?
  • 47:42​ – How can we connect with Barbara Bray and the Rethinking Learning podcast?

Connect with These Educational Podcasters on Twitter

  • 🔥 Lainie Rowell from Lemonade Learning @LainieRowell
  • 🔥 Dr. Wesley Fryer from the EdTech Situation Room @WFryer
  • 🔥 Barbara Bray from Rethinking Learning @BBray27

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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?

Learning Tools That Stepped Up to Support Learning in 2020

Panelists Pick the Most Underrated Tools of 2020

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Educational Podcasters Look Back on 2020

Each month, I connect with other education podcasters in a mastermind group of sorts. We compare notes, talk about our work, share best practices, and wrestle with current challenges.

On the agenda for this month’s conversation: highlights and lessons learned from 2020. In terms of podcasting, what were the highs and lows? Where do we go from here?

Questions That Guided Our Discussion

  • 1:10 – Who are you and what is the name of your educational podcast?
  • 2:13 – What is one thing that you are celebrating about your podcast in 2020?
  • 15:24 – What did you learn about your podcast (or podcasting in general) in 2020?
  • 22:36 – What is one goal that you have for your podcast (or podcasts) in 2021?
  • 37:12 – What is the next piece of content that you plan to publish?
  • 45:51 – How can we connect with you? Where can we see and hear your content?

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How can your website help your podcast?

Each month, I connect with other education podcasters in a mastermind group of sorts. We compare notes, talk about our work, share best practices, and wrestle with current challenges.

On the agenda for this month’s conversation: websites. How can we design our websites to better support our podcasts?

Questions That Guided Our Discussion

  • 1:12 – Who are you, and what is the NAME of your education podcast?
  • 7:23 – How does your WEBSITE figure into your PODCAST publishing strategy?
  • 17:42 – Who are your top website REFERRERS? (Where does most of your website traffic come from?)
  • 24:35 – Pav from the StaffRoom podcast shares how she and Chey are thinking about in terms of STARTING to build a website platform.
  • 25:30 – Which PAGES on your website get the most traffic?
  • 42:17 – Should podcast episodes be published at the same time as SHOW NOTES?
  • 50:49 – What piece of content do you look forward to publishing next?

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