All posts by Richard Jones

CCC0014: Deborah Kerby -Hour of Code and Girls who Code



In this episode we talk with Dr. Deborah Kerby Business and Computer Teacher at Pocono Mountain School District Stroudsburg Pennsylvania and she discusses the Hour of Code and Girls Who Code programs.

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01:25 Deborah Kerby joins us

04:00 Hour of Code Program

05:20 Girls Who Code Program

09:12 Trends in Educational Technology That You Are Not So Fond Of

10:20 Evaluating Technology in the Classroom

12:31 How Can Technology in Education Be More Than One and Done

14:40 Words of Wisdom in Our Journey of Purposeful Technology in our Classrooms

Deborah Kerby can be found on twitter at @dockerby


CCC0013: Reflecting on Year 1 of Computers, Coffee and Curriculum



In this episode we discuss our first year of Computers Coffee and Curriculum podcast, highlighting our favorite episodes and we talk about where we are going in season two

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01:25 Our Growing Numbers

03:50 Thoughts on What We Accomplished

07:20 Learning Experience for US

08:00 Season 2

09:51 Summer Episodes

12:30 Our Favorite Episodes

13:38 Home Work Assignment

14:34 We Love Your Ideas!


CCC0012: Dr. Michael Reichert -Podcasts as a Learning Tool



In this episode we start by talking about the ISTE Edtech Conference in Philadelphia June 23-26‎.  We will all be there and are very excited. We are joined by Dr. Michael Reichert (@ReichertMC), Director of Technology and Instruction at Salesianum School in Wilmington, Delaware.  He talks about using podcasts as a professional learning tool.  Learn more about Dr. Reichert on his website (http://about.me/camreich) and blog (http://camreich.wordpress.com/).

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01:00 ISTE Conference discussion

03:22 ISTE Technology and Literacy

9:05 Dr. Michael Reichert joins us

14:00 Coffee EDU

15:00 Sustainable Professional Learning Models

21:40 Biggest Challenge of Building an Infrastructure

24:30 Blogging About Technology

28:00 Where People Can Find Dr. Reichert’s blog.


CCC0011: Professional Development Roundtable



In this episode we have a round table panel on Professional Development and we are joined by Karen Finter, Director of Instruction 7-12 and Tracey Savine, Teacher – World Languages.  Great discussion covering on-line resources, hybrid courses and the future of professional development.

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02:30 Current West Irondequoit state of professional development (PD)

08:00 Resources On-line for PD

11:20 Hybrid Courses

14:20 Learning Walks

19:32 The Future of PD

27:00 Zoom Room Reflections

29:45 Twitter PLN – Personal Learning Network

31:20 Ed Camps


Maureen Elliott

CCC007: 4th Grade Teacher Maureen Elliott



Maria interviews Rogers Middle School 4th grade teacher Maureen Elliott, a new teacher to the district who is embracing the purposeful integration of technology, risk-taking, and modeling strategies for successful technology adoption in the classroom.

Last episode’s question of the day: In what ways can we encourage higher-level learning outside the classroom?

This week’s question of the day: In what ways can we utilize technology to instill a love of learning our students?

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