Thursday, May 5, 2016

Coffee with a Geek Interview

Recently I had the privilege to be interviewed by Andrew Wheelock for his site “Coffee with a Geek”. Andrew is a technology integrator in New York who, among many other things, conducts 30 minute interviews with a wide variety of people involved in educational technology.

By my count he has done over one hundred such interviews with awesome people including Alice Keeler, Kasey Bell, Vicki Davis, and my Ohio friends Katie Ritter and Amy Hollingsworth. The interviews are a great way to get to know these edtech innovators better, be inspired by their vision, and take away ideas to use in your own school and professional life.

See below for how to access all of the “Coffee with a Geek” episodes, as well as see the recorded video from when Andrew interviewed me to get a chance to learn a little more about me and my educational technology views and initiatives.

My Interview

Coffee with a Geek

You can access all of Andrew’s recorded interviews in several ways:


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