Tune in to this week’s WELSTech for an education-focused discussion including favorite Android apps for Chromebooks, classroom headphone recommendations, eRate, and the Issues in Lutheran Education blog. Plus, we’ve got you covered with details on the 2020 WELS International Youth Rally, Digital Learning Day, and atomic habit forming.
Android apps on Chromebooks – Jason Schmidt, Instructional Technology Coach for Oconto Falls School District, joins Martin and Sallie to discuss Chromebook support and management of Android apps. And Jason throws in a side of headphone recommendations for classrooms to sweeten the conversation.
Registration opens March 2 for 2020 WELS International Youth Rally
- June 23-26 at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- Early bird pricing through April 30
- Get all the details in the registration booklet
Picks of the week:
- Rivet – Android (and iOS & Amazon) app
- Digital Learning Day is February 27 and Google’s Applied Digital Skills has you covered
- Atomic Habits
Issues in Lutheran Education – Martin Luther College Graduate Studies and Continuing Education blog
- Branch Lutheran Schools in Haiti is looking for a 1/2 time Development Director (and if you speak French, that’s a bonus!). Contact WELSTech for details.
- eRate funding, even if your students don’t qualify for free or reduced-price lunch
Enjoy this short introduction to Jason’s pick of the week – Rivet: Better Reading Practice for Kids.
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