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EduTechGuys


I am always on the look-out for more information and great resources for education technology. Many of the posts on my blog include the resources where I found my information.

Recently I found this duo on Twitter, EduTechGuys. There many great resources on their website, Twitter, and yes, their weekly online podcast as well. See the links and description below for more information.

From EduTechGuys.com
EduTechGuys is a high intensity rollercoaster ride of super fun which takes mortal form in the two distinct entities which are David Henderson and Jeff Madlock. Crafted in the fires of Mt. Wannahockaluggie, these two self-proclaimed high priests of edtech first started navigating the world of educational technology on the web through a podcast, over a ravine in a rain storm in 2015 (Sharkbait, ooh ha ha). Since then the two have traveled the nation bringing their joy for silly puns and more importantly sharing the journey of each educator they encounter. The guys enjoy sharing all the wild and crazy edtech ideas that bounce into their sandbox with teachers, administrators, students and parents.
Weekly, Live online podcasts

EduTechGuys produces a weekly, live online radio podcast. They started in June 2015 and have featured many guests.


On Twitter: https://twitter.com/edutechguys

Website: http://www.edutechguys.com/

Podcasts: https://soundcloud.com/edutechguys

As with all of my posts to this date, this is NOT a paid endorsement. I only post about tools or resources I find valuable and could be useful to others.

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