Showing posts with label Rod Berger. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rod Berger. Show all posts

Friday, December 4, 2015

The R&R Show - Answers to Your Ed Tech Questions and More

Last month the R&R Show featuring me and Dr. Rod Berger finally got on a consistent production schedule. We're now releasing one new episode every week. In each episode we answer some ed tech questions from readers of Free Technology for Teachers and discuss an education policy or practice issue. Six episodes are now available. You can find all of the episodes on Vimeo and on the EdCircuit Facebook page. As you can see in the episode embedded below, we have fun recording these shows.

R&Repisode6 from MindRocket Media Group on Vimeo.

If you have a question that you would like to have me answer please feel free to submit it on Twitter with the hashtag #askrichardbyrne, through the EdCircuit Facebook page, or by sending me an email richardbyrne (at)

And for commentary on education policy issues and the business of ed tech, check out

Friday, October 30, 2015

New Video Series - The Rod & Richard Show

A few weeks ago I posted that I would soon be publishing a new video series in which Rod Berger and I answer your ed tech questions. The first episode is finally ready. We had fun recording it and Rod did a great job of editing the video. If you have ed tech questions that you would like us to answer please post them on the EdCircuit Facebook page, Tweet them with the hashtag #askrichardbyrne, or send me an email at richardbyrne (at)

R&Repisode1 from MindRocket Media Group on Vimeo.

I'm not sure what was going on with my eyes in the video...

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Core of Education Vodcast #2

This week Rod Berger and I sat down to record the second episode of the Core of Education vodcast. This is a bi-weekly(ish) series in which Rod and talk about apps, ideas, and trends in education. This week I share five of my favorite mobile apps and we touch on the topic of BYOD which we plan to explore more in our next episode. The video is embedded below. You can also see the video on the newly redesigned Core of Education website where Rod posts interviews with lots of other educators.