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Tackling Tech Podcast Powered by Dyknow

How are you tackling tech challenges this school year? So much has changed in our conversations on using EdTech strategically to support teaching and learning. A great resource to explore this year is the new Tackling Tech Podcast powered by Dyknow. With interviews and insight into EdTech challenges and success stories, this new podcast includes actionable ideas and inspiration for educators.

In this blog post, I’m excited to share the new Tackling Tech Podcast. Regular readers of the blog may remember that I’ve partnered with Dyknow in the past. They have a platform for schools and districts that supports device management. You might have even attended the event I keynoted for them in March called the Technology Coaching Conference.

The team at Dyknow has just released a new podcast so you can tune into K-12 conversations about building collaboration for successful technology integration!

A great resource to explore this year is the new Tackling Tech Podcast powered by Dyknow. With interviews and insight into EdTech challenges and success stories, this new podcast includes actionable ideas and inspiration for educators.

Tackling Tech Podcast

With new episodes every Tuesday, you can listen to the Tackling Tech Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. All episodes are available right now on Dyknow’s website as well as all of the apps I’ve linked to below:

I love podcasts and listen to hours of content each week — it’s certainly a big part of my morning routine. This spring, I had the chance to chat with Dyknow about their new podcast, and you’ll see my name pop up as a guest on next week’s episode, which will be released on May 5th. I thought the best way to give you a preview of what you’ll hear on the podcast is to share this letter from the host, Brett McGrath!

A letter from the host

K-12 classrooms today look completely different than when we were students a decade ago. Schools have replaced the dust from chalkboards with the streamlined interactions of digital whiteboards. Districts are trading in their old, heavy, and expensive textbooks for powerful Chromebooks. Administrators, teachers, and students all have mini-computers in their pockets that can give them answers to anything by just saying, “Hey Siri”. 

This digital transformation happened with the blink of an eye and now everyone is tasked with cracking the code to effective integration as technology continues to change education. The challenge? There are hundreds of EdTech tools to choose from, and countless ways to try and buy them.

The hard part is effectively implementing these new tools and building winning strategies across classrooms, schools, and districts. Does any of this sound familiar? You are not alone. 

As everything around us becomes digitized and seemingly less personal, the art of great communication and effective collaboration has never been more important. Schools that are winning with technology are led by teams of people who have destroyed internal silos that previously existed between those who teach and those who implement technology. The collaboration between administration, coaches, and teachers allows schools to ride the technology rocketship rather than watch it pass them by. 

K-12 education is an industry with tremendous green space and an opportunity to evolve your role because of technology. This podcast was born to give you an advantage in your role by sharing stories from people who are passionate about working with their peers and enable technology to enhance the entire experience for educators and the students they serve.

New K-12 Tech Podcast

Head over to your favorite podcast app to subscribe to the Tackling Tech Podcast powered by Dyknow. You can also search for it on your favorite app or use these links to find it:

Make sure to subscribe so you’ll get notified when their new episode where I’m interviewed launches next week on Tackling Tech Podcast!

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Blog Author and EdTech Consultant Dr. Monica Burns

Monica Burns

Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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