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"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

04:58 min | 4 months ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

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"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

08:11 min | 4 months ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"In its app. I like to call it. The swiss army knife dedicate this episode to flipboard and his employees who support educators. They have been amazingly supportive. Disclose nineteen journey. This year has been a doozy. But i tell you what. I couldn't do it without the support of this group of people like we always do about this time. Let's collaborate communicate and educate with the educators in the world. Right here on flipboard podcast. This episode is presented by away travel twice simply away. Takes everything you need for your trip. Away away started with the perfect suitcase. Then bill from there. Creating a range of travel standards developed from travel stories of france and seatmates. The pieces are smart. they're thoughtful with features. That saw real world travel problems to give the whole world access to better travel standards. Awake took the direct to customer approach to lower prices and equality is guaranteed. Your way suitcase will be with you for life. We are teaming up with away and parco to give you the best deal on premium luggage smart going to pod. Go dot co away. That's peo- the go dot c slash away eight w. A watt away. Travel is here to make your journey seamless. Welcome back flipboard. Fan favorite coast coast. Jeffrey and i have another amazing. Yes biz chris. Commander will welcome to the show. Get to be here a television audience. A little bit about yourself. My name is crystal van room. We met because i work at flipboard and for almost ten years i run. Communications are part of a bigger team of communicators and people working content marketing and just dancing reports mission to inform and inspire people less year. This weekend was the last normal weekend that we all experienced. Remember which were doing this time. Last year we meaning flipboard board was one of the very first companies. That said okay. Let's all work remotely pandemic coming. We saw early on along with a few other companies here in the bay area. Some pretty sure. I wasn't doing much i probably was sitting behind my computer. And maybe i had planted my first tomato seeds five gardening in the nicaragua times a good time. This town of big us from skills. I gotta i gotta say. I remember what i was doing. My daughter wanted to go see a pop group and they were anti houston last art. Show and rodeo and tonight is the night there. We went to that concert our so our about this weekend was that because they were k pop ashley. After the concert they were shutting down a risk. The royals daughter was buried offended by. Just the timing and the whole thing happened she was like. I can't believe that they do this at this time. A why did it have to happen after the k pop concert so that she was very win. The pandemic started especially after board. What were you guys looking for the education. I got it that. Come about on your end. Yeah actually at the beginning of two thousand twenty. We had set an intention for the year which was to work more with our community and like a lot of different communities and flipboard really one really active communities actually foodi so people interested in cooking and share recipes but also restaurants restaurant of reviews and we had just had our first community event which was a chocolate tasting here in san francisco and as everything closed down. Didn't make sense for us to continue doing that. You know i guess. We're all started cooking last year as well but what. We really saw a need among educators and that was actually because we saw some new magazines of around like how to teach remotely what to do during the pandemic as an educator distance learning all these magazines that educators were curated and sometimes parents because they become teachers to and i saw it on twitter several educators around the world tweeting k. Here's my geography magazine. Maybe other educators can use it to and so i thought okay if we wanted to work with our community and be useful right now. We should do something for educators and shared magazines connecting with each other bring awareness to other educational may not know aboard handsome. How you and. I got connected than i remember my colleague former colleague. Now me i interviewed you and i was on that call. That's six years ago. And i was very excited that we got connected and then you had a proposal even to be part of this work all make sense. I know and i just had that. I'll do blow our member. Having a conversation with dr mills dead imprinted by a mentor. And i was driving home. And i was like back to our really am looking for a repository of information that we share with teachers on. I say the best way that we can do. It is through flipboard. But i'm trying to see if they had some stuff but i don't so i'm wondering let me create it and i was like i missed man. Why don't you just ask. why don't you contact them. And that's what i did. They end up being a show. As we're forty episodes in and coming from i had to talk to you about what is for so what is floor was for. I would say the easiest way to explain it a media curation app now you can do it on the web. You can just use it to to read the news or like. I said to collect recipes. But what's really important is that we connect people with the stories that matter to them and that's on tens of thousands of different topics and you can just use it to read but can also use it to collect these stories. You do that in magazines aboard so you collect stories into magazines. It can keep them for yourself but you can also make your magazines available to others and it's basically your perspective on a topic so in your case. I know you make magazines around education and technology in education. You use your own expertise in your own knowledge to do bad so coming from coach. Free people know why that's useful because they know you are. Sometimes it helps people to actually build a reputation on by picking stories around the topic and and not really ranges from climate change to mountain biking to human rights. It can be which any topic this one thing that i find very useful especially from an educational standpoint is the ability to put in audio and video which were what i thought was very important for the pandemic because there needed to be especially need to have pointed conversations and i wanted to be able to get to those point in conversations. Big increase wasn't dr high of getting useful content to people very quickly. Was the dog process. That you guys go through. Several things one is that i think we're all suffering from information overload. I think we're also struggled with finding reliable information trustworthy information. That's another thing that when i say a media curation app or media curation service we do our part in that as well so when you find continental board when you find like stories videos photos any kind of content. What we service is vetted by us so work with thousands and thousands of publishers. Well as well and we make sure that whatever Our editors check done before our algorithm start to return to your attention. We make sure that what fed into algorithm is quality. There's a lot of thinking that goes into it. We're really a company that appreciation journalistic values. And that's how we even like then program these algorithms how retrain them but what we not step one is like defend goes into it but step two is like. How do we prioritize what and the fact that we can analyze content based on the meaning of it. We use something. We call semantic analysis for our topic engine..

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"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"The views thoughts and opinions expressed during this or any broadcasts belong solely to our guests for our hosts speech broadcasts do not represent reflect views of their employers sponsors or affiliated organizations. Welcome to the flipboard. Edu podcast with your host. William geoffrey where we collaborate communicate and educate with the greatest educators in the world on flipboard. Let's start the show. Welcome back football fan. This is your favorite coach coach. Jeffrey and i am a firm believer in giving credit where credit is due cove. Nineteen broke loose last year. I was looking for resource to prepare our teachers with. I had no idea at this time last year that i would have written forty articles at forty episodes about education because of the pandemic even more surprisingly to me is that flew board has supported me to do with this whole time. When this pandemic hit a year ago restart the crystal band boom about starting a podcast. And using flipboard coincidentally flipboard wasn't a process of revitalizing educators community. I've always found flipboard to be an extremely useful tool for educators and students teaching and learning is embedded.

Summing Up - Content Generation Methods

Content 101

03:15 min | 4 months ago

Summing Up - Content Generation Methods

"I'm going to be a little bit critical here. I think we've missed some opportunities and wasted some time. The problems i've described above need reliable automated solutions. We should have smarter filters that can determine which burst out of a group of similar items is the better. I in fact. I think we should be offering these duplicates as full coverage options allowing listeners to heed different angles of the same story. A standard feature offered in news. Aggregate is like google news or flipboard. And i think we need to invest more time if it and management in how we utilize the research department especially in areas. Where the ai has trouble finding content like local news or tech but i also understand the underlying reality that we haven't yet succeeded in reaching at true market people actively seeking out and wanting to listen to audio and it's hard to match your product to your audience. When you don't really have an audience. I say this because while i know i. Local news content generation needs improvement if no one is clamoring to listen to local news. There's obviously no reason to invest in improving the same goes for trending keywords where to my knowledge where the only enterprise is working on the ability to surface audio content on a keyword or entity of interest to a usa. A google alerts type capability for audio. I think that's a secret weapon. But no one's asking for the weapon. Maybe we kept a to secret. Lastly i think we're guilty of gross negligence when it comes to content management and generation are interfaces. Aren't up to scratch. There's no dedicated product manager. Or perhaps there is and it's me and there's no significant. Qa person or maybe there is an. It's get who content is often last in line for development needs half my team has had to learn sql. So they can access the database to get information they need and let's face it well. Things are getting better. The system is plagued with bugs and breakdowns. And we've glued together with bandaids short term hacks and a patchwork system of monitors and alerts. That are a bit like swiss cheese and now that we're starting to realize how much we need that content to be perfect we're going to resort to the one thing so many tech companies aim to eliminate human involvement before we wallow in dismay this there has been an improvement lightly also in terms of system. Performance we've also begun building bitter alerts and monitors and content team requirements. Getting more attention and we now have a mid to long-term plan laying out improvements more importantly it looks like some real audio century. Clients will be on our doorstep very soon. We have a great team. And i'm confident will meet these challenges and solve these problems. Thanks for listening. There's a button on the player that leads to a short survey and i'd really appreciate your input. I'll let you know in the next episode drops. Thank you so much. Everybody goodbye for now.

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The Power of Audio with Audioburst founder and CEO Amir Hirsh

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

07:38 min | 5 months ago

The Power of Audio with Audioburst founder and CEO Amir Hirsh

"Historically it's becoming more and more accessible but how can audio be more accessible so when we started audio your we analyzed. How come we as a personal fans of podcasts in your content and radio content as well thought that there's always all the answer that you want and all the content exists out there. How come he doesn't pick up on the internet. The hukou doesn't pick up on the new digital world and age the same as text and video n. there were several challenges that we've analyze and found them that what we've built around in order to solve his that audio in many aspects is not very easily discoverable. So you can't search audio. You can't came on your. You can't share argue a lot of the times. The audio content was one hour or forty. Five minute long of podcasts or radio show now is very accessible. You can't search for it. You can't look for specific clip or area that you'd like to listen instead of listening fully immersed into the whole show and you couldn't share any of it so what we've done in audio versus that we've built an ai engine that listens to vast amount of audio content. Have it be podcasts. Radio online videos that pretty much became slide with the audio content behind it and in an essence does three actions wanted analyzed it and cut it into short clips so we were able to take a long form show and cut it into the individual items that conversations the topics the questions that happened within it allowing users to get into specific point than sample what they're looking for the second is that we've index each clip that the we call burst we've added as much as possible transcriptions keywords entities source time a mood analytics number of speakers. There's plenty of dimensions that we've added to each clip like that so we'll be able to find it afterwards when the user can't and then we've added that delivery mechanism. Api layer and then on top of it as decay an imitable player for the web and libraries for and android to allow the different products and the different places where users are today to add an embiid audio layer to their products the main essence and misses that we wanted to do an auburn while making acceptable is making it extremely easy for products to add an audio layer and our dimension to what they're offering to their clients and to their users instead of asking the uses to come look for audio summer to come download an app or look for it online. We said no. I want the to be able to listen to their podcasts. Within the running up on the websites to be able to add the audio interview of the person mentioned within the article in the article itself and available that way. We're working on integration with podcasts. Search and audio playlist to be added to automotive to oem's and tier one. So when we drive. I want the or your car to greet you. Good morning. Allen here's the Traffic report and here's what happened in the news. And by the way. I know that you asked about tesla stock last night. Now i'm sorry a couple of days ago here is a couple of Analyst talking about it. That i've found over the night while you were sleeping. That kind of mechanism makes audio is easy and accessible to users wherever they are whenever they are just a touch away or command away or click away and that's the mission that we've done in august and it's quite the future picture. Frankly it's happening today. Alan i gotta tell you so. No no i know. I know it's it's amazing to me. I know you've you've been spending a ton of time building the tech in the meta data structures to make that possible and you talked about a few of the potential customers or ecosystem that you operate in like the news aggregate or the even the automotive industry. Can you go a little deeper for me. Like tell me a little bit more about like where audio burst operates today and like what are some additional use cases where you see your technology fitting in happy to one you remember. We started this conversation with you calling me crazy so i still need to convince you whether you know or futuristic or it's happening today. We were lucky enough happy enough to have multiple great partners invest in our company and work with us hand in hand to build this future. Earth with juristic thing. So you'll see among our investors for example samsung and hyundai and denso giants from the mobile and consumer electronics through the automotive and media world. That have joined with us in this effort to make this happen and that was an incredible. That is an incredible journey for us to do. Other birds today is live and via our player in. Api's and as decays in our have added all your to mobile apps such as flipboard the news break to websites of variety sizes of styles of and topics verticals with our impeccable player. And i think on the automotive that you said sounds of fridge ristic we have a few not live yet but few sees that we're working with leading oem's fortunately i'm not allowed to disclose on unique playlists to be added to their infotainment system to search engine behind voice activation. So you'll say hey name your Favorite car what's the latest on president by then or what's going on with the dallas cowboys or howled the markets of behaving today and you know the for time-to-time some of the existing voice activation will give you a robotic answer. A some clipper what auburn is offering them to dan. The what we're doing with them is the will provide you with the latest clip from professionally produced provider of the content from experts in the media world from the analysts from the best radio stations. Or podcast that will really give you an answer that you'll enjoy listening to that. You can stay focused on that you can listen for you know a few minutes of enrichment content while you dr. So and companies that were working with that are adding the sinking ability into smart earbuds. So you can do it in your car when you jog on when you run either from your app from earbud itself. These are exciting times. I can tell you. In the beginning. It took companies and customers of our some time to adapt and understand the message that we've done but twenty twenty really opened their eyes and saw how much the uses are dying to get talk content and podcasts and user errors. The case every brandon every company out there all of a sudden can become an audio media world and audio media provider. Because they don't need to be worrying about that layer they just add this became we handle everything for them and delight their users. It's pretty. I mean it's amazing. What the infrastructure that you've built behind the scenes if you will of these different applications at frankly proliferation i guess of where it could show up. I mean some amazing amazing platform that you're building from online news sites to encourage experiences to while on the go to your point. I mean i think that is the power of audio is that it can pretty much follow you throughout your day without interrupting. Whatever it is that you need to be doing at that moment in time or where you need to be going. that's amazing.

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Facebooks Australian News Blackout

The Media Podcast with Olly Mann

09:15 min | 5 months ago

Facebooks Australian News Blackout

"We're gonna stop me on the side of the world We've news or rather the lack of news on facebook in australia uses. There can no longer cheryl read news articles from australian or international publishers in a row over proposed legislation from the australian government. Alex hold my hand here. What is going on in two thousand eighteen. The australian government regulator lotion inquiry into impact. Face what we're having on competition particularly around advertising and they found that there was imbalance of power between tech firms and the media and they recommended a code of conduct. That was very long complicated. But essentially it meant that they were gonna get share advertising revenue. Or there's going to be some sort of deal struck between those platforms. Giggle went okay and started making deals news. Koa is probably the biggest one and facebook is just pulled all of the australian new sites off its platform as a sort of nuclear option and basically said well. We've done what you asked. What do you want to do now. And it's almost felt like an empty threat when threatened to do it last year. Now it's real ever all they really did mean and that's a surprise you know. Isn't it clearly just abandoning the best. I think the most interesting thing. It's the perfect storm with australia. Because there are big enough country that that it's significant around the world. Everyone's watching to see what comes out of this. But the people in the world understands what precisely and but they're still not in the top twenty countries a facebook users so business of apps article said that australia's population twenty four male. So even if everybody in australia was facebook using adult they would still only reached nineteenth place of most popular facebook countries regardless of the politics. Heavy steve it just isn't good. Pr for facebook is it. And then i must have made the decision that it doesn't matter that is bad. Pr but i mean for one thing but extensively refusing to pay nominal tax you know despite being one of the world's biggest companies and for another thing when the middle of pandemic and that turning off news to an aging demographic who using service. You might want to know where they vaccines are at. I think when the period of time where the hall of this kind of disinformation machinery during the presidential election the criticism of getting rather just pull out completely out of australia doesn't send a good message to uses. All united see news. App is trying to get factually promptly check journalists and now it just smacks The valley it signed by. Maybe perhaps google is by by playing ball a little bit more with the content providers. I think in this convenient this information east of you want facebook to be really kind of suppose could quality journalism given alex is essentially while we're different to google search engines because publishes willingly upload their content to us and so they volunteering the information to us and why should we pay them to provide them with the platform. But it's not really true. I mean don't you have to basically have your content on facebook. I three years ago. You definitely did. i think. Now it's a case of across all publishers. Most of publishers facebook traffic will come from users sharing their stories to their own pages so they won't come from the brand themselves and so the bruns choices to publish that story. But it's not to publish on facebook necessarily. It's the question of whether or not then. Publishers have benefited by having face because platform so so particularly in all the users all the users go to facebook and then they click through for news rather than going to a new site for news which is something that the entire news industry is desperately trying to change. Probably new york times to the front of that bbc and the daily mail been leading on that for a while so the question is should facebook pay when people prefer platform to a news homepage. And that's difficult. All depends on whether or not publishers need. Facebook more than facebook. Needs publishes and i do not know the answer to that question also opposed goes to the heart of the origins of the open web. Doesn't it steve. Because the whole point of the way that the world wide web was built walls you can always linked to something for free. You can refer someone to something for free. That's not the same as publishing. That's how wikipedia works that's how other sites that are the facts about this work. Some applies in the state. Okay off the bolted. But i think we'll be interested to find out if that kind of sliding mole Content makers these big platforms whether that does really benefit that does is it going to increase the goss. Subscriptions by being late to secure gle by having that league that click from facebook. Is it going gonna financially benefit the middle lousy probably fund that journalism but also like who's getting the money and that's the other thing isn't it. Do we say in the case of google. You're saying google play pool. I mean that's true. That was a threat. Basically from being wasn't disable we'll pay in that kind of seemed to them a little bit. But do you say great. Journalism is being properly funded by google. Because they're going to give some money to news corp every time you click the link or do you say oh sorry open web. It was nice while it lasted but actually turns out we promote it was going to get the money anyway. The idea of the open wipe is tricky in anyway because as increasingly more sites are finding out a subscription model is is a way to have more stable income rather than appetizing income. Once it got a discussion there is no right. Answer that both valid but when it comes to how you fund journalism which journalism you decide is worthy of funding is stuff that is well read worthy of funding or is it only meaningful investigations. Take six months and nobody reads. Is that the sort of stuff. You should be funding. And who draws the line and where is that line drawn about what is worthy journalism. And what is just stuff that you found out that you're writing about and both valid like says it takes sports. Journalism is that valid journalism. And should that be funded. Is that less or more worth than a quick story about somebody who's been defrauded. It's a difficult thing about whether you make that judgment. The same as every publications editor is the story. Worthy should be a newsweek story. Is a bbc stories at wherever story. How do you workout. How you fund those things if you're a third party platform but also another reason that it seems that google have stumped up now as an an onion australia but the presumption is this might roll out elsewhere as well obviously is that they're launching. Google news showcase which is a new product isn't it. I think you need to google news app to see in the uk. So i haven't have you and also as a publisher as an editor. Does he really did these. Things really actually make any different. I mean how many links referrals do you get from sites like that and apple news really. I'm going to speak very vaguely about the level of traffic. That person's gusty. I think is the price of talking to say. I would puglia shame. The news traffic is significant across globally. So that it's it's not an insignificant patriot figures when you talk about the level of loyalty brings the branding. That's more difficult question. And there are no clear answers on that but take facebook facebook as you start. It's news initiative so announced the already launched in the us but announces launching in the uk. The next few weeks of that that plans to pay news publishers to be partnered with facebook so that that type of model is beginning already and we know that. Facebook and google provide huge amounts of traffic to publishers across the world. The ones where there're affiliate content and have been around for a while so we know so flipboard poker apple news. Are they actually significant. There's a user. They don't seem to me to be at yes that Flipboard is still flipboard user. Bases shrunk over the recent years because of google's controversial push towards its an platforms above flip boat but they are still all big traffic drivers. And if you're looking full patriots all of those are valid and can drive millions of patriot. Each month i think so once you get into the real multinational website so much sites. It's less of a percentage for this sites that that could be a huge jump in traffic. That could be thirty. Forty percent and on the smaller sites steve. A you mentioned misinformation an arguably. Actually if you've got kind of legit sources adding revenue for placement on sites like google. It away you can be sure about the quality of the journalism but at the same time you end up with a which is why the web existed you end up with that. A two lane highway. Don't you wear the smaller players and never given the prominence of the big players and it's actually harder to combat. Political narrative will propaganda that way than it would be otherwise it yet. I i suppose that's why you need to look a look at these other platforms. That are kind of imagine like capacity people having the different compensations. What you might get some full sensitive information beth. I wonder if that to access journalism days is always going to exist in some full and the people he won't say will find it but that he wants incentivized Look beyond really manny while they were

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"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

05:35 min | 7 months ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Me media. We know this time of michael has really strained parents. Strain our families has strain our own patients even the most educated people trying to their own children at home and and i just educated people that are able to work freely at home or from home matters having to go to a job and then having to come home and be a teacher in two. We know our time have been strained. Family lives have been strange but we are dedicated to building a model that not just changes. Are you'll village round the insulate children in the community so that they can be successful with lifelong learners. And yeah we need you. We need to be a part that we need you to come out here your voice we have parent meetings coming up and so we need. We want to be involved with one collegiate to make that dream and then be clear. We'll go live. One collegian is not down raid public school system. Because i know we know that those teachers are no schoo- the nose parents aren't doing the very best and they came amid no doubt about that. There's a lot of progress being made a very challenging situation for teachers are working hard and those who been in those schools. Teachers parents are working. They're doing their bit. Administrators are to leisure what we're going to jet offering. Parents a turned public school education. And so the school place for your key. Then try and give us a chance. Good information. I have some cousins in amazon community. I think they'll be happy. They'll be welcomed to to see just a new organization in there for education. I think they'll like to be that we've been hearing my community and they've been excited about our mission and how we plan to carry it out differently on farm to market. Where are their family dollar. We're not gonna somebody store. We're talking to parents and everybody that we talked to is really been excited to see the things that we want to bring to the community and the ad we we're excited to share more. We even appear meeting coming up on monday with virtual because of because of kobe. Wanna keep your faith while we have a virtual meeting coming up on monday when we get to go through pieces of our schools design and feedback from the community. And say what do you think about this. Is this something that you want to see. And and how can we make this better happily partner. Better hacker weepy up better organization that support everybody and to meals this point. We are part of a partnership it takes a whole lot more than one will be a part of movement. You got family down. And now you have no reason not to come down and do some cash from my. I got so. That is done. By as i like to say how. Come on monday bali events. So where can i guess. Fine you at dr mcgowan. We can be found at one collegiate dot or are we also on facebook one collegiate. Houston my email me. Christine mcgowan one. Two weeks ago or we can put that information happened. Well i had both of you. I have the opportunity to work to dynamic young people who are truly unchanged the court the education data take very proud of all the work the board it commitment dedication that you have to the you. I got you down. Thank you both. And i enjoy working with both of united. I've been great things in your future. So y'all keep up the good work normally be about the time. Why close off the show but let me just go ahead and stay active minutes. They're not only. Do i offer you say my life. When i was in that school district. I didn't think that. I was opposed to and i think it was because of your mentor. I really appreciate for me. And that's what import came. Subscribe to our flipboard. Edu podcast magazine with so much kirk and weasel around out there. There's only one storytelling platform. That helps you keep calling and stay informed and inspired slipping cure as the world's story so you can be smarter than your work life and choose from thousands of topics to personalized board and the best stories from best publishers at experts deliver to you. Twenty four seven get started now and flipboard dot com libor fan. Thanks sticking with me on his episode. i want to give a special thanks to christie. Mcgowan dr michael milstein. Talk with this about starting charter school. Also limb give a huge shot out to a landlord and crystal vanderbilt for the editorials on a flip leading. Educators blog member to subscribe draft flipboard magazine flipboard dot com also would like to wish everybody a merry christmas and a happy new. You please subscribe to our podcast educator. Par castle globally everywhere. Missing the podcast till next time family..

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

07:38 min | 8 months ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"These stiffer bliss creative. Our girls start as a month-long virtual program to build awareness for stem science technology engineering and math. The goal is to show children and families that estimates is everywhere to promote equal access to computer science education girls misrepresentative these twenty first century skills talk. This work rains from right lines of code of computer programming to building functioning robots. This emphasis on computer. Science is made possible by curricular activities found on websites like code dot word girls who code microbusiness name a few navigate. These activities can be overwhelming. Some teachers struggle with the process of incorporating computer science traditional curriculum reading writing math science. My good friend. Brenda bass is not only expert at these immigration. She's also an amazing educator trains and supports teachers to deliver computer science initiatives. I met brendan when i was a digital learning specialist and she was my mentor as a newly hired employees. Trying to meet a train. Elementary school teachers have technology integration. For our school district. I saw her brilliance with students and teachers i as she shows me and my colleagues hoda connect with computer science with various subjects. And this episode. We speak to brandon about ways to integrate. Computer science answer the traditional curriculum engaging classroom activities and resources for teachers. Like we always do about this time. Let's collaborate communicate educate educate is in the world. Right here on flipboard podcast. Welcome back flipboard. This is your favorite coast coach. Jeffrey and i have another amazing gifts this week. My good friend brenda bass brenda. Welcome to the show to be here tonight. Brenda tell list an audience a little bit about yourself for thirty two year screen is great. Great the ninth grade computer out of the peter technologist for sixteen years curriculum technology. Dds bachelor digital learning especially that inland in eighteen. And they're working. Every non profit organization called buddha anaheim am a professional development danger. We're actually little all over the united states and train teachers how to teach their students computer. Coding i met you again. I was always amazed. At your level of knowledge we were both elementary digital. Learning specialists and for being is the river that i was hurt when we all got disbanded. But i've always stayed in touch with you and just you and a group and artist appreciate people coming on the show. Some of our listeners may not be familiar would distemper. Can you talk to us a little bit. About december at some of the stem activities. That goes along with it. Sure is one of my favorite. Anytime you coded. My favorite month details the focus from bringing in computer coding students and family all over the world. It was originally started by a group creates a cre- girls interest and engagement and gm and on their website look at their website. They have thirty two days than planned around. Which does from december first of all the way through january. I am honored things that are happening. That's my next week is computer education week which is december seventh through the thirteenth to wait dot. Weren't even find out more information there. We have our code. Our code is december the eight and matter of fact a couple of coating on december the eight four co dot org mark even the buddha getting involved in the exchequer. This coating challenges that we offering to our district and we're also offering a live session through facebook on december eight and nine just to teach building weapons so one through to a dance party and then we have one for three. Three is a beat box. She washes dunes. Learn the code. What is the big deal about the couch. The letter just reading and writing and at how author teaching coating number one in house from stopping overcome failures by teaching perseverance pursue. Michael may not work. But hey i can take a look at it and i can debugging why creativity it allows do not create things that they're interested in. Do you know how many projects thing unicorns and collaboration programming is a great example kindergarten class in colorado springs and we did reverse. We had air programming. So i had to student we use. The driver is a person with a dubai and the navigator at the box during the ones that kind of health and jail to others. What to do. I had the navigator. They didn't screen and then the driver in their partner but they had to back to the spring and we looked at reverse engineering and which they looked at project that just play over known. We focused on one one character. What is doing how you started which direction it standing. And so they would tell their partner. Okay sorry not background so in remote engineering you want somebody to create or replicate that project as close as you can that one of the computers bridge skill and strategy that collaboration is very work and number. One know my mom was going. Because i've seen you in action and little kids love you to death. They love you to death. And i just note that activity was probably just amazing and something else i wanna share to You also work with my sign and you're a muslim school at one time can always tell okay schmear. Try this out so he even but don't you want my guinea pigs love like since you so i just want to tell you. Thank you know that you really get it. What you do so went. Should students start learning how to code. We start kindergarten. And i even have one that started with their preaching to garden students. Honey i use a swim on word my lessons and and so you can see one day or reporting and i'm looking at the floor. I had students students off the floor but with that symbol. You can see him. Shows that a girl at the age of six has already gotten ideas that to do things that are likely end. Starting students we're raging thorough rock. The region cornered excellent so if a teacher who has no support or structure of starting like code club or like a code and camp or working in standard one resources. Can you recommend for that teacher..

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"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

06:22 min | 9 months ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Whatever that is that low-level energy. They'll be able to overcome that a lot faster than we do. But anyway in the book, they still wakes up and sees Ross knock it out. We couldn't anyway in the book Baylor wakes up one morning and she's having some worrisome thought because she started I'm in school. So she wanders whether or not kids will like her how she she sit with Avalanche all the things that we worry about those were dead. We have one starting something new but once it gets the school or teacher introduces her to the hand Hub. And the handheld is something I used to do with my boss preschoolers and kindergarten students when I was a teacher and if they were upset about something that would have been put their little hands inside of mine and I would look them in the eyes and I would say so you feel bad and maybe go in the book. That's a that's the hand Hub. But I extend on that hand hug and the teacher says to Baylor when she when she Embraces the hand hug. She says would like to take a hand hug home with you and Baylor's is thinking how can I take my teacher's hands home? But there's the future takes out a notebook and Baylor will Trace her hand off. And so that day the teacher talented her to look for everything that brings her Joy everything that makes her happy and write it inside her hand hug. So by the end of the day Baylor's told her hand hug is completely full in her will worry bubbles have faded away because now she's not so focused on the negative things what she could perceive as negative, but now her Focus has been shifted to all the good things that's going on around her. And so it's really a story about gratitude kindness and sharing that kindness with others because at the end of the book Baylor gets on the bus and now she is she sees another student who has the same worrisome thoughts that she had the day before and she introduced herself and then she holds out her hand just like an art teacher did and she introduces that little girl to the hand-held. So the idea is that the handheld is being passed around as we see kids that are having a difficult time. We're teaching them the power of gratitude and how those things can just transform. Day, man, that's a that's an amazing story. I would still but I'm pretty sure is copyrighted. I'm thinking about it for it. Don't I'm sitting here thinking about what is going on right now. We have lost the power of touch. So many of us are just so agitated and just so on edge and it's the power of gratitude. It's the power of Summer Mentor person coming in and and just reminding you of what your purpose exactly I'll send you a copy of both the books. How about that? Hey appreciate y'all got assigned to me y'all autograph that so I can put in my collection. I appreciate hey, so where where you can share that with your students for sure most definitely I will sit down and read Psalm. You know what you know, what's powerful. I'm in high school and so reading a story to a student is powerful that's powerful off. Most definitely I will definitely use that most definitely so where can I guess find you read my website is Nikki. And I'm also on Twitter and Facebook Nikki fear. What's next for you? Miss. As we wind down our podcast? What's the next thing for you? Who knows? I'm just being Guided by what God gift to me off. But definitely more speaking engagements. I've been doing a lot of speaking virtually like everybody else but no matter where I am going to bring the energy. So I would love to do more speaking engagements. I'm not writing any more books. As a matter of fact. I have another children's book coming out probably near Christmas and that one is titled kindness is contagious to handle a virus. So I'm gonna be writing and speaking and I'm going to continue to transform mindset which will transform lives and and that's what it's all about. You know what I know you walk Because like I told you from the jump. You're not going to let me live that damn. No, I'm not no not but hey, I want to thank you for coming on the show. Thank you for letting us do the show and we really appreciate you. Can you send me your address and I'll put you a couple of books in the mail. How about that? Okay, that's even better. All right. Thanks. With so much content wheezing around out there. There's only one storytelling platform that helps you keep calm and stay informed and inspired skip forward clipboard curates the world story said you can be smarter in your work life and plays choose from thousands of topics to personalize Flipboard and get the best stories from best Publishers and experts delivered to you 24/7. It started now at flipboard.com Sabor fam, thanks for sticking with us on this episode. I want to thank Nikki Spears for talking with us about the beauty underneath the struggle. Once again, I want to give a huge shout-out to Aileen lahlor and Crystal vanderboom for the editorials on the flip edu Educators blog also a special shout-out to patients Edwards for spreading the word about our podcast. Remember to subscribe to our Flipboard edu magazine or flipboard.com. Also, please subscribe and share our podcast with an educated Choice colleague are podcasts is available globally and everywhere you listen to podcast next week. 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"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"The views thoughts and opinions expressed during this or any broadcasts belong solely to our guests or our hosts, please broadcast do not represent or reflect the views of their employer sponsors or Affiliated organizations. Welcome to the Flipboard edu podcast with your host William Jeffrey's where we collaborate communicate and educate with the greatest Educators in the world on Flipboard. Let's start the show. Welcome back flip more fam. This is your favorite coach Coach Jeff and all today show. We speak with partner and motivational speaker. Nikki Spears song. Nicki was the car the principal who expected the best from everyone on her campus including herself. That sounds like a cliche but Nicky walked the talk when he came to town brewing a high-performance Elementary School campus, she was masterful and creating a positive School climate and inspiring excellence and teachers and students by regular celebrating student achievement Nikki and body positivity excellence and a growth mindset way before I knew was a.

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

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"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

02:06 min | 10 months ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"The views thoughts and opinions expressed during this or any broadcasts belong solely to our guests or our hosts, please broadcast do not represent not reflect the views of their employer sponsors or Affiliated organizations. Welcome to the Flipboard edu podcast with your host William Jeffrey's where we collaborate communicate and educate with a greatest Educators in the world on Flipboard. Let's start the show. Welcome back football fan. This is your favorite coach closes Jeffrey. I have the fortune of work with 90,000 people throughout my career. And one of the things out for me. It's patients Edwards. There was a fresh vibrant third grade teacher when I met her at that time. She was one of the best teachers I had ever seen charismatic wage. Well organized and eager to learn anything that would change the lives of her students and this Dynamic young educator excelled in the classroom bad thing..

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

02:07 min | 10 months ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Ladies and gentlemen, it is now time for flip tips. Today's flip tip is brought to you by my homegirl Terry Porter from her blog on a medium.com and titled making flipping easy. There are certain controls in the iOS share dialog box that I use with a lot of flip boards. So I change the voice settings on my iPad and iPhone to make flipping easy. Number one. I want Flipboard to be my primary app of choice for sharing those app icons in the Chicago dialogue books or immovable. Just press the icon select and move it. Number two. There are certain share options only available in Flipboard wage. Includes promote to cover which moves an image you flipped into your magazine to the cover of your magazine and you can remove from your magazine just gives you the ability to remove a flip. Shout out to my homegirl Terry Porter for that flip-chip. Thanks, Terry. Say boyfriend. Thanks for listening to this episode. I want to give a huge shout-out to at least a Fraser. Thank you for coming on the show. Also want to give another shout out to dr. Michael Milstead Stacy beaudrie that working hard with their school districts. Hey also to you hardworking teachers out there really appreciate what you're doing for our students. Some of you are just starting school this week. Some of you have been in school this whole time. I'm going back face-to-face. So wish you all the luck in the world. You want you to be safe. Make sure you have those kids wash their hands and hey you don't forget to wash yours. Okay. Also huge. Thank you again to Crystal Vanderburgh and Eileen lail, or which is keeping this program going on Flipboard also with another shout out to Marcy with you. Just thank you God for letting me do what I do on Flipboard daily podcast. All right. We'll see you guys next week..

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"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Review thoughts and opinions expressed during this or any broadcasts belong solely to our guests or our hosts, please broadcast do not represent reflect the views of their employer sponsors or Affiliated organizations. Welcome to the Flipboard say you podcast with your host William Jeffrey's where we collaborate communicate and educate with the greatest Educators in the world on Flipboard. Let's start the show off. Welcome back flip boy fam. This is your favorite Coast.

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

04:44 min | 11 months ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"One person can assist and curate magazine. An example of that is how we use awfully board EDU. Park. has magazine I have three curator's or to other curator's that helped me with the magazine, which would be a good friend, stacy boodry and Janette spire they also add. Educational articles to artfully aboard magazine, and this is a good magazine simply because we all curated at I think it's a really good example of how people who are interested in education could put articles in most of the articles that op flip in i. read later also I'll see something on the news or something on channel and I will flip into the football magazine and read it are bring it out to teachers shared all my all social media accounts simply because it's really good information. I love getting my news from Flip Board simply book another reason simply because it is just all they're like is all the major channels are there and is so diverse will organize within the magazine. Liz Great. So when I shared the magazine people, can you know access the information they can tap on it, get more information and also join a worldwide discussion kind of similar to what I talked about and the last point that are brought up with the creativity situation. And last but not least, there is the communication portion of LIBOR, which is amazing simply because you can communicate with flip board in several different ways by communicating with audio by communicating with video by communicating having students to create videos. A really cool idea is that you can have students to go to flip grid dot com and create individual flip grade videos. Take those flip videos have the students download demented their google drive or their one drive, and they ensure that link and then send those videos to the class and have a class discussion. So if you're on a zoom or if you're on a teams meeting and that's an activity, the students were going to go research something at present it and then. Put them in groups, and then allow them to present their information through video, and then as everybody is presenting certain topics, have the students peer review each other's work. Oh my God that is a huge Jesse a huge tactic that really works really well in education. As you can see I, love the board I, love using it. To help teachers think about ways to incorporate the foresees if you're not using it instruction, I'm telling you once you go on with it, it's GonNa be really cool also on a school level as a principal is a really cool way to tell your story I know I'll put my podcast in here but why not create your own podcast and put inside of Your Own floorboard magazine? And ensure that your community and highlight some of the great things is happening in your school especially with some of the negativity that is facing around us going to school how parents are a little apprehensive and students are apprehensive and teach their apprehensive. They need a really calm cool collected voice a share, your story inside of your own flip were magazine and I know people were really enjoyed. Well I want to thank you for listening to me because I can go on and on about flew aboard but that is the end of our show on. Thank you for listening. Hey, and if you have any creative ways that you use Laborde, go ahead and share with us. Now, there is a flip were chat that is on Wednesdays at two, pm, with the flip. Board Edu chat, and we also have our Flip Board magazine Flip Board Edu podcast magazine go ahead and share join us and we can communicate there you guys have a great day. So much. Weasel around out there there's only one storytelling platform that helps you keep calm and staying farming inspired slipped. Bit Boy curates the world's story so you can be smart in your work life and. Choose from thousands of topics to personalized. Against the best stories from best publishers at experts deliver to you. Twenty, four seven get started now and flip board DOT COM..

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"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Of the opposite to I've seen those that are fresh out of College. That were also digital digital natives in some sort and with a lot of them may teachers that is they may have been You know reluctant to actually use the online learning and to learn. Yeah exactly and as I've seen where some of the older teachers were. You know they were there more open to embracing the technology and And Word we can't and work with kids because he was a new experience for them so I think it kind of goes rules ways. I also call it when you talk about college. Prep programs too. Because I think the assumption is like you're saying documents says there the natives which is true they can pick up tech pretty quickly but are they using it thoughtfully? Are they thinking about how best learning season veteran? Who knows that stuff if I get through the tech stuff and I can get to the really good learning stuff. That's right that's right. I think you're right. Age doesn't really matter in that case. You know the podcast really what I really want to focus on pillars of the foresees like in every episode one way or another. We're going to revisit. These and I bake Sir Ken Robinson and Lua Ronca for writing the book Creator School Grassroots Revolution to change schools. I think that's a very important topic. And I think it was very timely book rate in two thousand fifteen but it's also clear force right now and if you don't know to teach come into a classroom if you can get the pillars of being creative about your communication between synchronous and a synchronous whether you're face to face or you're on a computer collaborating and critical thinking that's your best. The core of good teaching. Yes and don't be afraid to ask for help. We all need help and I wanNA thank My homeboy Mr. Call Hooker for coming on our show and dropping a lot of knowledge late. Hey Man caused what they asked about you. Do you have always been very innovative. All the stuff like the PD with the with the headphones as five is five festival going on at one time but everybody's connected the headphones you can only hear what's going on on the headphones. You don't like the professional development in switch it and go through like man. It is so deep it puts the presenter on the spot. If you've got to keep engagement even if there's don't learners right and if you can't do that then there you physically see them turning you off switching to somebody else so for presenter my presenter friends who did it they said it was one of the scary thing they've ever done but it is great for as great for engaging the adult learner to a man in mortar. Words regain bloody if folks wanted to category tank contact with Julia as a keynote speaker. Our do a presentation. Where can they reach you it so the first place I would start on my website? It's got a really strange name. It's Karl Hooker Dot com no. They'RE JUST NOT CARL. V Hooker Hooker. Because that's the whole thing. I'll be careful of blocked my own. Carl looker DOT COM. Works at Mr Hooker on twitter quickly. I'm really quick and responding that way and then of course email Carl at hooker tech dot com on reach out to me directly and yeah happy to do. I'm putting together some virtual PD packages for the summer already and trying to help some district's out with that said I'm just figuring out ways that I can help As well 'cause I don't idle hands. Don't do well for me either Sunday to stay active and stay busy so I do appreciate. Y'All bringing me on here and I hope I can help you guys anyway I can. What is your twitter? My twitter is at Dr Mills Dead. And what's your twitter buying at Stacey bt X. Funky name it's at S. T. A. C. E. B. like boy in the tx for Texas. Gotcha SO WE'RE GONNA DO. Is You will be able to find a lot of calls information inside of our clipboard magazine and Flip Board. Edu podcast on board. So when you subscribe to our magazine. A lot of cars information some of his youtube video some of those greater presentation that he's done will be in there so you'll be able to slip instead call. Thank you for coming on the show. We really appreciate having you as a guest. Thank you very much. Thank y'all be safe and saying boy fam- by a huge shout out to the homegirl fires. She did it again. Got A really eyesore on Youtube? How To make a smart magazine? Use a flip board. This is great. First of all. Would you have to do? Is You have to open up the floor board APP and navigates. The top live after you do that. You select at new from the navigation bar Dan. You will pick a topic for your smart magazine and typed the topic into the search box. Let's say you're looking for science. Maybe you WanNa find some more information about math. Flip will generate a smart magazine data to curate the news for you and you can access it at your fingertip. This is a great tool for teachers that out to Janice Bar. You did a great job. Subscribe to our flip board. Edu podcast magazine while they episode is already over man. We had a great time. Visiting with homeboy. Carl Hooper. I WANNA thank Mr Hooker for taking the time out to talk with us. About professional development and APPs massing on episodes three and four we have flip some articles. His youtube videos little bit of his podcast and awfully bored magazine. You can find call at Mr Hooker on twitter. Stay tuned to the program next week because we'll have another special guest. Mr George Soros. We'll be discussing some of his books. They innovative mindset innovating inside the box. A little basketball and most importantly building relationships last but not least want to give a special shot out all the teachers who are burning the midnight. Oil going to students houses to read driveways being home. Schooling parents themselves which is rarely mentioned to all the parents who do respect for the profession. Really appreciate to so come back. Next week can't wait to see you next week..

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"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Podcast your host William Geoffrey where we collaborate communicate and educate with the greatest educators in the world on clipboard. Let's start the show was up playboy fan. This is your favorite coach coach. Jeffrey and I have the ant comparable Stacey boodry and hall of Famer. Dr Michael Meals stayed here with me and this week's episode. We continue our conversation with the good buddy car hooker. We contained a detail. How collaboration tools support instruction? And how will they work with Flip Board? Carl discusses his Goto APPS. And he tells us about Trillo. Trello is a free platform that allows students to collaborate on assignments with purpose. Trello also works amazingly. We flew aboard. I even flipped an example of the scientific method or a little bored into our flip board. Edu podcast magazine and it looks great. So without further do let's collaborate communicate and educate with the best educators in the world. Right here on Flip Board. Edu podcast. Hey everybody welcome back for the break. Stacy take it away Carl. How do we increase that collaboration? It's an important skill that students need to have into career and college ready and I would say that probably you know when it comes to the foresees. We talked about creativity and communication a little bit earlier. I think that when it comes to collaboration that's one of the hardest things to do right now with online learning only because I feel like most of the community most of what we're doing one way communication or kind of an email blast or blasts out to our students and they respond back in terms of collaboration. The good news is there's a lot of great tools out there that teachers are probably already using their toolkit and you just have to think about using a different way for example. Google dot though you could put three or four kids on Google. Docs have them all kind of go through it together kind of check and see how many of them are actually doing the supposed to be doing because it does keep record of all that which is great one tool that. I've started using quite a bit as a professional but I've also used a student. There's one called Trello. Trello is really just like kind of Project Manager Board where you can have different students. Go you basically assign them? Different task had them kind of work with each other and collaborate on which projects they WANNA get through together when it comes to group projects since a lot of this is going to have to be done remotely. I mean using some sort of tool like a trello sort of project management kind of a light web based software which again is easy to use drag and drop. You can use it on a phone. And it's free which we like something like that to help them collaborate and work toward a common goal. I think is important. I think what you'd start that with an online online learning. But you start with a simple project where you say you three students. Assigning you guys figure out the information you have this amount of time to do it keep it. Kinda light in terms of the content just to make sure they can kind of get through that collaborative and then slowly start to ramp that up awesome. That's a great idea and finally part of the four CS last one critical thinking this one's difficult but probably the most difficult for students and teachers requires a requires students think through a process versus picking the ABC choice like test. I think this was a this was the hardest one in a regular classroom to. I walk into math classroom sometimes and see things like what I call kind of. I would call it kind of monkey. See Monkey do terms like okay? I'm going to do this now. You do what I do and what I'm seeing now is especially now that they don t students don't have that crutch in terms of like being able to instantly reach the teacher. It's actually helping a little bit at least in our household and I've seen it with some of my ears again other parents in the community in terms of like the students are GonNa have to kind of get through that creative struggle. I will be honest. I mean for a parent out there dealing with this. It's not always a great thing because you're also carrying the frustration with your students so again with teachers. I would say for this just like collaboration. Start light start with something. That's like. Okay I'm GonNa have you kind of figure out this. Maybe it's research on something. Maybe it's like going through. Especially now our they need to really discern what is really good information because there's so much information being thrown at us and even keep it current with with if it's age appropriate talk about Kobe. Nineteen talk about current events talk about some strategies in had them kind of argue the point because right now we're in the midst of a moment where states are starting to open up in summer staying closed. I mean this'll be a great discussion. Have maybe even on a padlock redesign. Okay I want you to argue. What are the pros of opening things up right now? What are the cons of opening those things up? Haven't really think for themselves about what that's like. I'll be honest. You know this too. There's probably a lot of adults that are struggling with that as we as we speak. So what a great opportunity right now to kind of present that to your students took longer clipboard in there. Yeah for sure I was just going to kind of piggyback off. That question you know car you mentioned starting light. I know a lot of our listening audience. We have maybe a lot of teachers and administrators also with our at risk populations. Would you recommend that same concept for them? Also when it comes down to require kids to think critically and I think it was It might have been Dean rescue. Who share this a few weeks ago on twitter and I loved the idea? And that's the the whole idea and this goes with all students but especially with that risk. You WanNA start with You want to start with maslow's before you go with balloons right. You WanNa make sure that the kids are you know that you're supporting their needs. First all in terms of making sure they're okay and they're supportive is gonna be awfully hard for them to learn if their environment isn't total chaos and that just that goes us being for any person rhythm of your kid or an adult so start there and then when we were just talking about yes scale up those little bits of critical thinking elements to start with something light. Start with I want you to go out and try to find this on your own. I'm not GONNA give you even. Give them something it's like. I'm not GonNa give you the instructions on how to do. I'm going to say my goal for us. You need to produce something that I was talking about. My daughter earlier with her first created project of a life cycle of butterfly. You know you're going to have to create something I'm not gonNa tell you steph wants to three you just need to figure out a way to represent that and at first is a little bit of a struggle but if you kind of slowly build those up. I think that helps. And it gets them feeling a little bit more autonomy and independence which actually increases our confidence which is a good thing though specifically would you just put your daughter into the of application and I think the twenty first century learner is going to be one of the first learners to apply specifically what they learn almost in a nanosecond. Because it's going to be a lot of it's GonNa be a lot of past feels and our students are going to have to be comfortable with failing and as long as they have the ability to be creative and and communicate and they find somebody who is going through the same situation and find ways that they can work together. Roddy critically think I think. That's where the twenty first century learner is going to surpass the rest of the generation. That's been here because scientists is in the fourth grade and I think the statistic that I saw was forty five percent of the job. That second graders are going for having even been Advani yet or is going to be a lot of learning as we go so I thought you as far as administrator for your daughter net situation I think it's a it was a was a world forum that met back in January before all this kind of blew up and it was they just come out with their top top. Ten job skills for the future workforce knowing that in thirty years you know. I think it's a professor out of rice. Who said that? In thirty years fifty percent of jobs will be automated which some people see and get scared and I go. What are we going to do? And whether it also can be new opportunities and new jobs like you were saying. They're going to have to be able to react quickly to those things communicate collaborate on a on a on a dime and then being able to pivot quickly when something like a pandemic is thrown their way. How do you address to that I really do see a lot. More grit being built up with our kids right now which I think was much needed. I don't know about you guys. I've seen it in a lot of the counties. They're learning that grit now and I and I and I tried to see silver lines and everything. I think that's something that we're going to get out of this experience and we need more. You know looking at Taj Mahal. You know where I said it. It's great it. It works both ways because now we have to pull along teachers who have seen the most change their whole career if you started teaching in Nineteen Ninety five and you've seen you've seen the typewriter you seem pen and paper. Use seeing the start of the computer age and now we're not even a computer age anymore digital age and so we're augmented reality. Virtual reality will bring those people also you know even from where we sit in administration. There is growth that can happen for administrators as well and realize also. I've seen just kind.

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"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"To I've seen those that are fresh out of College. That were also digital digital natives and some sort and with a lot of them may teachers that is they may have been You know reluctant to actually use the online learning and to learn. Yeah exactly and as I've seen where some of the older teachers were. You know they were there more open to embracing the technology and And word and work with kids because he was a new experience for them so I think it kind of goes rules ways. I also call it when you talk about college. Prep programs too. Because I think the assumption is like you're saying documents says there the natives which is true they can pick up tech pretty quickly but are they using it thoughtfully? Are they thinking about how best learning where you have a seasoned veteran? Who knows that stuff? If I get through the text I can get to the really good learning stuff. That's right that's right. I think you're right. Age doesn't really matter case. You know the podcast really what I really want to focus on pillars of the foresees like in every episode one way or another. We're going to revisit. These and I bake Sir Ken Robinson and Lua Ronca for writing the book Creator School Grassroots Revolution to change schools. I think that's a very important topic. And I think it was very timely book rate in two thousand fifteen but it's also clear force right now and if you don't know to teach come into a classroom if you can get the pillars of being creative about your communication between synchronous and a synchronous whether you're face to face or you're on a computer collaborating and critical thinking that's your best. The core of good teaching. Yes and don't be afraid to ask for help. We all need help and I wanNA thank My homeboy Mr. Call Hooker for coming on our show and dropping a lot of knowledge late. Hey Man caused what they asked about you. Do you have always been very innovative. All the stuff like the PD with the with the headphones five is five festival going on at one time. But everybody's connected the headphones. You can only hear what's going on on the headphones. If you don't like the professional development in switch it and go through like man it is so deep it puts the presenter on the spot if you've got to keep engagement even if there's don't learners right and if you can't do that then there you physically see them turning you off switching to somebody else so it was a presenter for my presenter friends who did it. They said it was one of the scary thing they've ever done. But it is great for as great for engaging the adult learner to a man in mortar words. Regain bloody if folks wanted to category tank contact with Julia as a keynote speaker our to do a presentation where can they reach you it so the first place? I would start out as my website. It's got a really strange name. It's Karl Hooker Dot com no. They're just not Carl v Hooker. Not Carl and don't just look up booker because that's the whole thing. I'll be careful of blocked my own. Carl looker DOT COM. Works at Mr Hooker on twitter quickly. I'm really quick and responding that way and then of course email Carl at hooker tech dot com on reach out to me directly and yeah happy to do. I'm putting together some virtual PD packages for the summer already and trying to help some district's out with that said I'm just figuring out ways that I can help As well 'cause I don't idle hands. Don't do well for me either Sunday to stay active and stay busy so I do appreciate. Y'All bringing me on here and I hope I can help you guys anyway I can. What is your twitter? My twitter is at Dr Mills Dead. And what's your twitter buying at Stacey bt X. Funky name it's at S. T. A. C. E. B. like boy in the tx for Texas. Gotcha SO WE'RE GONNA DO. Is You will be able to find a lot of calls information inside of our clipboard magazine and Flip Board. Edu podcast on board. So when you subscribe to our magazine. A lot of cars information some of his youtube video some of those greater presentation that he's done will be in there so you'll be able to slip instead call. Thank you for coming on the show. We really appreciate having you as a guest. Thank you very much. Thank y'all be safe and saying boy fam- by a huge shout out to the homegirl Danis fires. She did it again. Got A really eyesore on Youtube? How To make a smart magazine? Use a flip board. This is great. First of all. Would you have to do? Is You have to open up the floor board APP and navigates. The top live after you do that. You select at new from the navigation bar Dan. You will pick a topic for your smart magazine and typed the topic into the search box. Let's say you're looking for science. Maybe you WanNa find some more information about math. Flip will generate a smart magazine to curate the news for you and you can access it at your fingertip. This is a great tool for teachers that out to Janice Bar. You did a great job. Subscribe to our Flip Board. Edu podcast magazine while they episode is already over man. We had a great time. Visiting with homeboy. Carl Hooper. I WANNA thank Mr Hooker for taking the time out to talk with us. About professional development and APPs massing on episodes three and four we have flip some articles. His youtube videos little bit of his podcast and awfully bored magazine. You can find call at Mr Hooker on twitter. Stay tuned to the program next week because we'll have another special guest Mr George Cure where we'll be discussing some of his books. They innovative mindset innovating inside the box. A little basketball and most importantly building relationships last but not least want to give a special shot out all the teachers who are burning the midnight. Oil going to students houses to read driveways being home. Schooling parents themselves which is rarely mentioned to all the parents who do respect for the profession. Really appreciate to so come back. Next week can't wait to see you next week..

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"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Podcast your host William Geoffrey where we collaborate communicate and educate with the greatest educators in the world on clipboard. Let's start the show was up playboy fan. This is your favorite coach coach. Jeffrey and I have the ant comparable Stacey boodry and hall of Famer. Dr Michael Meals stayed here with me and this week's episode. We continue our conversation with the good buddy car hooker. We contained detail how collaboration tools support instruction. And how will they work with Flip Board? Carl discusses his Goto APPS. And he tells us about Trillo. Trello is a free platform that allows students to collaborate on assignments with purpose. Trello also works amazingly. We flew aboard. I even flipped an example of the scientific method or a little bored into our flip board. Edu podcast magazine and it looks great. So without further do let's collaborate communicate and educate with the best educators in the world. Right here on Flip Board. Edu podcast. Hey everybody welcome back for the break. Stacy take it away Carl. How do we increase that collaboration? It's an important skill that students need to have into career and college ready and I would say that probably you know when it comes to the foresees. We talked about creativity and communication a little bit earlier. I think that when it comes to collaboration that's one of the hardest things to do right now with online learning only because I feel like most of the community what we're doing one way communication or kind of an email blast or blasts out to our students and they respond back in terms of collaboration. The good news is there's a lot of great tools out there that teachers are probably already using their toolkit and you just have to think about using a different way for example. Google dot though you could put three or four kids on Google. Docs have them all kind of go through it together kind of check and see how many of them are actually doing the supposed to be doing because it does keep record of all that which is great one tool that. I've started using quite a bit as a professional but I've also used a student. There's one called Trello. Trello is really just like kind of Project Manager Board where you can have different students. Go you basically assign them? Different task had them kind of work with each other and collaborate on which projects they WANNA get through together when it comes to group project since a lot of this is going to have to be done remotely. I mean using some sort of tool like a trello sort of project management kind of a light web based software which again is easy to use drag and drop. You can use it on a phone. And it's free which we like something like that to help them collaborate and work toward a common goal. I think is important. I think what you'd start that with an online online learning. But you start with a simple project where you say you three students. Assigning you guys figure out the information you have this amount of time to do it keep it. Kinda light in terms of the content just to make sure they can kind of get through that collaborative and then slowly start to ramp that up awesome. That's a great idea and finally part of the four CS last one critical thinking this one's difficult but probably the most difficult for students and teachers requires a requires students think through a process versus picking the ABC choice like test. I think this was a this was the hardest one in a regular classroom to. I walk into math classroom sometimes and see things like what I call kind of. I would call it kind of monkey. See Monkey do terms like okay? I'm going to do this now. You do what I do and what I'm seeing now is especially now that they don t students don't have that crutch in terms of like being able to instantly reach the teacher. It's actually helping a little bit at least in our household and I've seen it with some of my ears again other parents in the community in terms of like the students are GonNa have to kind of get through that creative struggle. I will be honest. I mean for a parent out there dealing with this. It's not always a great thing because you're also carrying the frustration with your students so again with teachers. I would say for this just like collaboration. Start light start with something. That's like. Okay I'm GonNa have you kind of figure out this. Maybe it's research on something. Maybe it's like going through. Especially now our they need to really discern what is really good information because there's so much information being thrown at us and even keep it current with with if it's age appropriate talk about Kobe. Nineteen talk about current events talk about some strategies in had them kind of argue the point because right now we're in the midst of a moment where states are starting to open up in summer staying closed. I mean this'll be a great discussion. Have maybe even on a padlock redesign. Okay I want you to argue. What are the pros of opening things up right now? What are the cons of opening those things up? Haven't really think for themselves about what that's like. I'll be honest. You know this to. There's probably a lot of adults that are struggling with that as we as we speak. So what a great opportunity right now to kind of present that to your students took a longer clipboard in there. Yeah for sure I was just going to kind of piggyback off. That question you know car you mentioned starting light. I know a lot of our listening audience. We have maybe a lot of teachers and administrators also with our at risk populations. Would you recommend that same concept for them? Also when it comes down to require kids to think critically and I think it was It might have been Dean rescue. Who share this a few weeks ago on twitter and I loved the idea? And that's the the whole idea and this goes with all students but especially with that risk. You WanNA start with You want to start with maslow's before you go with balloons right. You WanNa make sure that the kids are you know that you're supporting their needs. First all in terms of making sure they're okay and they're supportive is gonna be awfully hard for them to learn if their environment isn't total chaos and that just that goes us being for any person rhythm of your kid or an adult so start there and then when we were just talking about yes scale up those little bits of critical thinking elements to start with something light. Start with I want you to go out and try to find this on your own. I'm not GONNA give you even. Give them something it's like. I'm not GonNa give you the instructions on how to do. I'm going to say my goal for us. You need to produce something that I was talking about. My daughter earlier with her first created project of a life cycle of butterfly. You're going to have to create something I'm not gonNa tell you steph wants to three you just need to figure out a way to represent that and at first is a little bit of a struggle but if you kind of slowly build those up. I think that helps. And it gets them feeling a little bit more autonomy and independence which actually increases our confidence which is a good thing though specifically. Would you just put your daughter into the of application? And I think the twenty first century learner is going to be one of the first learners to apply specifically what they learn almost in a nanosecond. Because it's going to be a lot of it's GonNa be a lot of past feels and our students are going to have to be comfortable with failing and as long as they have the ability to be creative and and communicate and they find somebody who is going through the same situation and find ways that they can work together. Roddy critically think I think. That's where the twenty first century learner is going to surpass the rest of the generation. That's been here because scientists is in the fourth grade and I think the statistic that I saw was forty five percent of the job. That second graders are going for having even been Advani yet or is going to be a lot of learning as we go so Fought you as far as administrator for your daughter net situation. I think it's a it was a was a world forum that met back in January before all this kind of blew up and it was they just come out with their top top. Ten job skills for the future workforce knowing that in thirty years you know. I think it's a professor out of rice. Who said that? In thirty years fifty percent of jobs will be automated which some people see and get scared and I go. What are we going to do? And whether it also can be new opportunities and new jobs like you were saying. They're going to have to be able to react quickly to those things communicate collaborate on a on a on a dime and then being able to pivot quickly when something like a pandemic is thrown their way. How do you address to that I really do see a lot. More grit being built up with our kids right now which I think was much needed. I don't know about you guys but I've seen it in a lot of the counties. They're learning that grit now and I and I and I tried to see silver lines and everything. I think that's something that we're going to get out of this experience and we need more. You know looking at Taj Mahal where I said it. It's great it. It works both ways because now we have to pull along teachers who have seen the most change their whole career if you started teaching in Nineteen Ninety five and you've seen you've seen the typewriter you seem pen and paper. Use seeing the start of the computer age and now we're not even a computer age anymore digital age and so we're augmented reality. Virtual reality will bring those people also you know even from where we sit in administration. There is growth that can happen for administrators as well and realize also. I've seen just kind of the opposite.

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"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"flipboard" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"And the author of the bestselling book series immobile. Mobile mindset good buddy call cooker is a welcome guest of our show so let's collaborate communicate educate with the best educators in the world on flip board. Edu podcast Heller by like welcome to Flip Ward E. Fridays. We have a special guest. Mr Carl Hooper. Call is an amazing person. He has been a teacher in off. Nuys D graduated from University of Texas. He is ready for cases Topa of compose resented. If the has several books that are just bestsellers. Mobile learning mindset also has websites that are curated for innovation and education. So I would like to take this opportunity to welcome to the show. Welcome Carl well. Thank you Sir William and I met It would've been I WANNA say. Tc A few years ago correctly and Yeah we we've it's been great to connect with you. Thank so much for having me on the show. I appreciate it a man. I really appreciate it. You have been instrumental in my career as digital learning specialists in the as an assistant principal. Always look back at your teams when you guys were at. Ames is the Gaza leading the nation with the pattern initiative and all the amazing things to do with Dale. Not so much. We always looked up to your team. Well it's funny. You know looking at all that work. I mean it was. I think we started in two thousand nine with our one to one probably really kicking off full full fledged in two thousand eleven. It's a decade ago and it's amazing to see now kind of it took that long to really get the teachers kind of embedded in it. I would say five to seven years but Man It is. It's been great now because they could be able to turn key it when all this of course with the pandemic happening now it'll be able to turnkey that and Here thirty more but I do hear a lot of good stories coming out of there so I'm glad that that all of that work in that Ground Lane that we did finally come into fruition remote learning tool kit. You also have the learning at least broadcaster busy. So hey you doing something then try and I try. My Passion is public speaking. And I don't know if you've heard but there ain't much public speaking going on right now so I found different ways to keep myself occupied just a just for the sanity. My wife and my kids. I need to be able to do so socio. Creating lots of different things trying to get stuff out there for people for educators for parents to help them as we're all kind of scrambling through this right now. Yes yes sir so. I'm going to turn over documents active. go ahead and take away first of all. I just want to welcome you to flip board. Edu It is certainly a pleasure to have you call in in. Did you mentioned earlier that you also do public speaking? In addition to being a dynamic speaker you also conduct much professional development. I'm just wondering during this period of covert nineteen where you know. The traditional teaching and learning has taken a temporary back seat to online instruction. Do you feel that this is an appropriate time to engage educators in PD training? I'll say yes and no just to be a little bit a little bigger and I'll say the yes part. Is I think right now? You can do small bite size things for teachers and that means like one little step tutorial a one minute. Quick little hit. I mean podcast like this help a lot too because teachers can kinda have those going on as they're going through their day little things that they can pick up tidbits on. I think any type of what you and I might consider full-fledged. Pd where they're sitting for a six hour day inside a training room or even virtually for six hours. I think right now that would I don't think they're at capacity. I feel like what we're doing and I know this from all my teachers. I've been talking to in school districts I work with across the country is what I call educational triage right now. We're just trying to kind of get through and make sure that the kids are getting some learning done and we're kind of learning as we go so I think right now is probably not the time for what I would call full-fledged but I think it is the right time for that kind of just in time bite-size PD that a lot of districts can offer that thank you. Think you're correct right on point with that and I noticed that you have several youtube videos out. That can address that point. You have won. It's called beginners. Who Kit for teaching remotely. There's another one parents guide to all learning. They're the best tools for communicating to remote learners little brief snippets of Pd's have on on you to sure. So you know putting kind of my practice where my mouth is in this case? I tell people. Don't have these super long recordings or videos or anything like that so what I did is I kind of made some quick hitting little five minute. Youtube videos called remote hacks and the idea is a again as a teacher as a parent as administrator to watch one of those and it's just jam pack little tidbits of information. Hopefully something in there can grab you know. It's a lot of. It's a fire hose. Don't get me wrong it's like I'm gonNA give you a ton of nation five minutes but my hope is where you can pick one or two things. Just help you with your practice and so for me. I'm trying this out with Youtube which I've been using on an offer years but I've never actually used it with kind of kind of steady hand at. I'm trying to do with it now. Usually I go to my blog for that so I'm trying to convert all that to feel like teachers don't even have time to read a blog so I'm like if I can give them a hundred on the blog content but given the youtube channel like a wash that for for five minutes. I feel like that's getting a pretty good response right okay. Great that's fantastic. We're going to go ahead on and pass the ball over to our good friend. Stacy Stacy do you have anything that you need to ask Bell? Yes thinking about with him talking about what he has gone on with his Doing the five minute videos. I think that's a great way to keep them engaged in a kind of made me think about back not a presentation that I went to to watch. Just watch but I attended a presentation by Jessica Winston on Flip Grid and I'm always thinking about. How do I get the teachers involved in wanting to learn more in keeping it short with such a good point to me that I couldn't help but think about the the presentation would flip grid in how I liked flip grade but I struggle with teachers to use it because of the video part for students in that tends to make new digital teachers that are trying to go digital? It makes them a little bit more nervous. So help me see flip grin different and more creative way and if you talked about several types of tools that you can use at the as at home learner. Finding out that she showed me in a different way is not just teach students providing videos but now teachers can provide the videos in just a creative way and I was thinking. What tools do you like to use an would have you seen? That was very creative and used differently than what you've seen before for. We go into too many new tools for right now especially as as duck mill said we were talking about. I want to introduce too much innovative things at this moment. Of course but having a toolkit like to flip grade was when I was thinking of originally when you were talking about it you know even for the teacher that is. Let's say hesitant to put their face on camera. What I love about that tool as you can author of a whiteboard up there you can have it actually drawing annotating while you're speaking over it. Which is something. They didn't have nothing until the last year or so. I like to use. Those are great goto tools. Anything that you can get to. I would say that has the lousy a fairly quickly that early what I called device agnostic. Meaning you can get to it on any device. We don't know what's happening at home with a lot of our learners. They could have access to a computer but maybe they don't. Maybe it's just mom smartphone. Or maybe they're sharing a tablet or something so I'd say any tools that teachers are using to make sure that they're fairly device agnostic. Get him on the browser flip grids great for that because you could just go straight to a code of course when it comes to like content delivery. I try to avoid the big clunky. Lms types you. Don't I mean Google classroom? We're just keeping it clean with email. Even as what a lot of our teachers done just in terms of setting those Those instructions out so trying to keep it fairly light on that and I will tell you as a parent on the back end with three kids getting three different sets of instructions from three different platforms. Even all in the same. Elementary school can be a little unnerving sometimes and luckily tech person but I can only imagine what a household that just like. How how do we get to all of this stuff right so I would say again going back to your tools even even creative tools? I would say just make sure that whatever using that is fairly simple. The kids can get on it fairly quickly and with great as we. Now have a lot of these available to us so. I think they're gonNA pass. This might have trouble but even something like flip grid or like explain everything. I Love Book Creator. Which is another great one for just kind of keeping kids having a a personal journal reflection of this experience. I have my kids right in everyday in that. Were they just kind of post a little audio note and take a picture and write a little bit. I'm just having them journal. Book Creator and it's a link so teacher can see all of it on our virtual bookshelf. So I love that tool as well. That's a good point was saying three kids and having no different platforms because somebody was thinking next year. Our district goes one to one thinking about. Oh maybe this level will do seesaw with this level do flipped. Greg really reality is is probably better to just try to keep it as consistent all throughout the whole all the grades to help with at home learning and in class learning and then the older siblings might be able to help those younger siblings. Ideally we In my previous district we went k. Four with the see-saw platform and then we went five to twelve with Google classroom. Thinking having those outgoing elementary kids get ready for what they're going to use the middle school and high school and that worked out fairly well it's still two platforms. But they're pretty pretty light. I would say in terms of log in. Yeah so anything. Anytime you can. Shore THAT UP. That was my one of my big things with the with the toolkit was talking about that first step a consistent communication and that is really making sure that your scheduling your stuff. You're sending out at a consistent time. This goes well before this pandemic too by the way I mean this would be doing anyway but and then also making sure that you're all being consistent on your told you said you're not saying all right today you got to remind and see what the message messages in tomorrow. You GotTa go blooms tomorrow you know and the next day somewhere else so just in those things help keep him simple. App and creativity that communication just falls right into place. There doesn't it I often hear adults talking about how students don't know how to communicate face to face so they're either texting or playing online games and they they communicate well that way but you put him in front of each other. They struggle with that to hug him. These tool a foster communication in a physical world while maintaining that virtual piece of the classroom. And I think you. So you've got two different strategies here when it comes to communication on that front you can do. The as synchronous model is which is where you're kind of recording things. The kids are recording again. Flip grits a great tool for that. Because you can actually see their face. Teacher can post something. Seesaw also worked for that teacher composed video. Kids can reply for most for the most part what I see. A lot of schools doing is also a combination. What I call synchronous learning to so you have a virtual classroom setup. You're going on a zoom or Google. Hangout her some sort of Just in time actual learning where kids are learning how to interact with the tool that even honestly a lot of adult still struggle with. I don't know if he has heard about all. The Zoom bombing was happening by a couple of weeks ago. Though I'm watching my first second my first second fifth grader use it. It's funny because they have to learn. Now what the etiquette is run meeting your microphone contact with the screen and the camera. I'm so it's a new set of tools that they're gonNA need any way in the future but now we're definitely we definitely see that need a today in honor of teacher Appreciation Week. Janet spire has done it again. She has created twenty three second video on how to integrate content from twitter board and just under ten steps. Your twitter feed. We'll be flipped tastic. Shout out to Janice barfoot grading. How To's they help? Teach a flip. That's right has tech. Help teach flip is a legit thing and twenty twenty. Thanks Jennifer all you. Do you know what time it is. It's time for flip to today's flip. Tips are brought to you by the homegirl. Terry Porter. Foot Board. Hashtag are they a match made in heaven? Well if you Affleck for curator you'll be searching for content on flip board for your magazines. Don't just stop at regular services you need to search has tags on clipboard to this blog posts can be found on medium dot com and in our flip board. Edu podcast magazine written by none other than Terry Porter. At thanks.

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Flipboard's new video news initiative

Talking Tech

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Flipboard's new video news initiative

"People are tax people so who wakes up every morning and catches the news on Flip Board. The visual digital magazine APP has been around since two thousand ten and has lots of fans like a hundred and forty million of them. It's quietly become a giant online force. And it's got something new to talk about which I wanNa tell you all about on. Today's talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham Flip Board. Has A new service called? Flip Board. Tv that's just about to launch. And before you say A way to watch curated news on my Roku Amazon Fire TV while the answer is no flip board. Tv is in fact yet. Another subscription service aimed at smartphones offering video news clips from the likes of Bloomberg Dow Jones and the associated. Press for three dollars a month now. You probably have the same question I do. Why would anybody pay good money to see clips? They can find now on Youtube for free because they will be curated. And Add free flip. Board Co founder. Mike mccue tells me that means they'll be easier to find without the ADS. They will load way faster. I'm skeptical that people want to buy this. But we'll see meanwhile get ready for some confusion. Flip for TB is an exclusive on the new Samsung Galaxy S. Twenty phone for the next three months and then it will be available to other Samsung phones as well beyond that look for flip board T on Apple. Ios devices later in the year in my meeting with McHugh. He told me that flip board is now the number four source of referral Internet traffic after Google. Facebook and twitter. Now the gap's pretty huge nine hundred and thirty seven million referrals for facebook in February compared to thirty five million for flip board. But that's still a lot more than being read it the drudge report. Yahu and cites flip board is here and it's big think

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