ed tech Archives - Jeff Everhart

Using cleanup method RPi.GPIO | Raspberry Pi Tutorial

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi After several months of deliberating, I finally gave in a bought a Raspberry Pi to start playing around with. Once I found out that it is a tiny Linux machine, I was sold. I opted to a pretty standard starter kit that I found for what I thought was a […]

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Teens, Technology & Social Media | Infographic

Continuing my infographic kick, here is an infographic explaining some of the key points from a Pew Research project on Teens, Social Media and Technology. Even though the study was conducted in 2015, many of the takeaways are still relevant. My biggest conclusion: rich kids prefer Instagram.

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Flipped Vs. Hybrid Pedagogy | Infographic

Having worked with instructional technology for awhile, I’m often surprised by how frequently people conflate hybrid pedagogy with flipped pedagogy. At SXSWedu, I bought a bunch of really good books on infographic design, so I decided to create an infographic to cover some of the key differences.  

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SXSWedu Days 2 & 3: Reflections and Round-up

A lot has been going on over the last two days, and Austin is such a fun city, that I’m combining my reflections into one super blog post. There is a lot to talk about, so stay tuned, but I’m not going to go in chronological order.   Total Fanboy Moments SXSWedu is one of […]

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SXSWedu Day 1: Reflections and Round-up

I want to document my experiences at SXSWedu for anyone interested in the conference or for my educator friends in the blogosphere or on twitter. First off, Austin is a super fun city, with a motto of “Keep Austin weird,” how could it not be cool. Second, this is a huge conference, and I mean […]

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Creating a Video Streaming Classroom with AWS, Angular, and Google Material Design | Part 1

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about video streaming platforms used in the ed tech space, what makes them different from one another, and how feasible it would be to create one from scratch. After a short discussion with some people on the DEC team, I looked into the possibility of hosting and streaming video […]

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