Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Episode 181 - Rapid Prototyping and Adopting New Ed Tech


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It’s Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 and welcome to Episode 181 of TechTalk4Teachers I’m Tom Grissom, I’m Cindy Rich. Welcome to TechTalk4Teachers the show about teaching and learning with technology.

This episode Cindy and I will discuss rapid prototyping and how it can help with new projects to identify problem areas to be addressed before they become even larger problems. We will also share our Technology Picks of the Week.

Show Notes

Everett Rogers, Diffusion of Innovations

Technology Picks of the Week 

Tom’s Pick
New Pedagogy365 Blog Series:

Cindy's Pick
Logitech U530 Headset

That wraps it up for episode 181 of TechTalk4Teachers. Show notes for this episode and archived episodes are available on the web at the EIU Instructional Technology Center website at If you have a comment or suggestion please send an email to or leave a comment on the TechTalk4Teachers blog. Until next time, I’m Tom Grissom, I’m Cindy Rich. Keep on Learning!

Keep on Learning,
Tom Grissom, Ph.D.

Twitter: @tomgrissom

1 comment:

Samantha Miller said...

 Rapid Prototyping is about putting a “skeletal” structure to your video projects. It helps to analysis and fix a person errors like cutting your head off in the video, and editing and anticipating any issues that may arise with your videos, etc.
 OneNote is a great resource for note-taking and it helps to organize all of your notes form all of your classes and you can organize it however you want. This resource is a great resource for studying, collaborating with peers, and sharing/saving your work to OneDrive.
 Logitech U530 headphones help with conferences, meetings, and the students will be able to take notes while the teacher is talking.
 These resources are great and easy to use but the issue of have a technology failure can cause an issue for some so having a plan B just in case.