#Supermuch teaching in the classroom and online

Episode 344 with Jody Green and Dr. Tim Green

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis

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Jody Green and Dr. Tim Greene talk about taking teaching to the next level with #supermuch. We discuss what going to the next level in the classroom and in online learning means both at the secondary and college level.
Jody and Tim Green #supermuch

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Bio of Jody Green and Dr. Tim Green


Jody Green

IJody-green am a teacher on special assignment (TOSA) as an Academic Coach focusing in Educational Technology in sunny La Habra, California. My career began in Arlington Heights, IL, where I taught 3rd and 4th graders English as a Second Language in a self-contained classroom. After two years in the Chicagoland area, I relocated to California and began teaching 6th grade at a middle school.

In early 2012, my district decided to bring a 1:1 mobile device initiative to the middle school students and I was fortunate enough to get a cart of iPads in my classroom. I am passionate about technology and its effects on teaching and learning. I have always found ways to integrate technology into my classroom, but having the opportunity to pilot the 1:1 program was exciting and energizing!  It was just what I had needed to reinvigorate my teaching. But even with this renewal of energy, when the Coaching job was posted, I knew I had to apply. I was lucky enough to be offered the position, and I left my classroom March of 2012.  Since then, I’ve been busy, busy, busy creating and delivering professional development and helping teachers integrate technology into their classrooms.

I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Indiana University. And yes, I’m a huge IU Basketball fan! I earned a Master of Arts degree in Middle School Education from California State University, San Bernardino. I have a certificate in Gifted and Talented Education from California State University, Fullerton. I’m also a Certified Thinking Maps Trainer and a Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer. I’ve presented at various conferences such as ATECUE and ISTE. I’ve been published in Leading and Learning with Technology, and I’m currently co-authoring a book on how teachers can develop a personal learning network using social media and other digital tools. I’m an adjunct in the Department of Elementary and Bilingual Education at CSU Fullerton where I teach the occasional graduate level course in educational technology.

Dr. Tim Green

I am a former K12 teacher who has been a professor of educational technology and teacher educator at California Statetim_headshot University, Fullerton since 1999. Five of these years I served as the Director of Distance Education at CSUF. I currently run an online MS program in Educational Technology (http://bit.ly/csufedt). I am the author of numerous articles and books, as well as a presenter, on the integration of educational technology, instructional design, and online distance education. Some of more recent books include the award-winning The Essentials of Instructional Design: Connecting Fundamental Principles with Process and Practice (Brown & Green, Routledge – bit.ly/IDbookGreen), The Educator’s Guide to Producing New Media and Open Educational Resources (Routledge – bit.ly/green), and Securing the Connected Classroom (ISTE Press – bit.ly/securingGreen). I co-produce (with Dr. Abbie Brown) the award-winning podcast Trends and Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences (http://apple.co/2cSzYuD). I am passionate about working with schools and districts on visioning and implementing technology initiatives. I regularly consult with and provide professional develop to schools and districts. I received my PhD in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University.

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http://theedtechdoctor.com/

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