Episode 95: The Three Cs of Education–Barbara’s Epiphany!

Welcome to another week and another episode of the Cool Teacher Podcast. Chris talks about Aris, Barbara gives us her take on Google+ circles, and another interview by Chris. We are always here for you, so send us your questions, requests, or other ideas. We are all ears.

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7 thoughts on “Episode 95: The Three Cs of Education–Barbara’s Epiphany!

  1. Thank you so much for explaining the circles in Google+. I have just been introduced to Google+ and was very confused. Your discussion helped make it clear.


  2. Your explanation of G+ circles was really helpful. I feel a little less lost with that. Also, are education apps mainly created for the iPad as opposed to Android? I have tried to look for ARIS on Windows but it’s not available.


    1. I think that more and more are becoming available for Android. I just found Coaches Eye for Android as I have a droid. This was referred to in Episode 90 for Ipads, Ipods,etc…


  3. I am now thinking that the 3 C’s of Education describes what the Boise State EdTech program is all about. Creating CREATIVE CONTENT CREATORS to engage learners all over the world! You definition of circles in google+ also helps me to understand this concept a little bit better. Thanks!


  4. I just started using Google+ for EdTech 501 and am really starting to like it. It allows you a lot of freedom in staying connected and is alot easier to simplify your feed than a normal social networking site. I also feel very strongly on the Three C’s in the program. We are a week into class and I can tell that the creation process is a large part of Boise State Ed Tech. Your ideas to podcast are very cool so that way people all over can listen. Keep up the good work!


    1. I have to agree with Logan. The MET program is certainly designed for students to prove they know how to use higher level thinking skills to apply, evaluate and create new knowledge, based on what we learn in an exploratory process. This podcast helps by providing so many cool uses of technology in education. Thanks


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