MY EDTECH LIFE
In this episode, we are joined by Stevie Frank, a Digital Learning Coach from Zionsville, Indiana. With over 14 years of experience in education and a Masters degree in Literacy Education, Stevie is passionate about creating an inclusive and supportive learning environment for all of her students. During our conversation, we'll explore Stevie's experiences and insights as an educator, her approach to technology integration, and her work as an Education Consultant for i2e, where she helps other educators develop their skills and stay up-to-date with the latest teaching trends.
We are excited to share our interview with Stevie Frank for this week's investigation into HiTech. Stevie is a new friend from Twitter who offers up some insights on how she got into her role and how she imagines teaching will develop because of EdTech! She also suggests that our listeners check out Microsoft OneNote. OneNote is a powerful tool for Microsoft institutions and it can truly revolutionize your classroom experience.
In this episode, the Canvascasters welcome Stevie Frank to the show. Stevie is a 5th-grade instructor in Zionsville, Indiana. She’s passionate about podcasting & experimenting through the Canvas LMS with her Canvas Littles. Stevie has worked with Dr. Chris Leland around “disrupting the commonplaces” of our readers and getting them to interrogate texts. Right now, her edu-passions are focused on equity in the classroom and building cultural understandings. You can follow her on Twitter @steviefrank23!
MATT MILLER: SOUNDTRAP SUMMIT
Students have a lot to say. Just give them a microphone! Stevie Frank has empowered her fifth grade students to create podcasts to amplify their voices. Using Soundtrap, her students identify a topic, interview guests, create transition music, and produce the final product. They even research podcasting best practices by listening to other podcasts. In this session, Stevie shares lots of practical advice to get you started.