AJEd 019 : Adam Bellow: White House Presidential Innovation Fellow

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In this episode of the Adam Jones Education Podcast, I chat with Adam Bellow. Founder of EduTecher, EduClipper and currently serving as a White House Presidential Innovation Fellow. We talk about his career, his kids, trends in EdTech and the value of communication when navigating all things technology!

Some questions from the episode:

Why does the education field still matter to you?
Are you happy working in education?
What role does having your own kids play in your development as an educator?
What is the Presidential Innovation Fellow Program?
How did you get selected to be a part of the Program?
Are you still working with EduClipper given your 1-year appointment to the White House?
Your family lives in NY. You are living in DC. How are you managing business and family time?
In your opinion, are we experiencing a faster evolution of education than we experienced in the last 25 years?
What will schools look like in 10-15 years?
How do schools transition and make that shift? What are the steps?
How do you (personally) stay fresh and current in the EdTech space?
Are we breeding (and adversely nurturing) a generation of anti-social kids?
What future professional development are going to be participating in 2016?
Working on any long-term projects?
How can people get in touch with you? How accessible are you?

Links:
Edutecher
EduClipper (312,000 users!)
Tickle app for drone flying
Alfie Kohn
James Sanders – Class Badges – BreakoutEDU
#edchat
Tom Whitby
Steven Anderson
Gary Stager
SeeSaw – digital portfolios
Remind.com
Kathy Schrock
Richard Bryne
EdCamp Foundation
ICE Conference 2016: Illinois (Keynote)
Steve Dembo
Tom Murray
Jennie Magiera
RaFranz Davis
Dean Shareski
George Couros
David Warlick

Places for to connect with Adam Bellow:
@adambellow
adambellow.com

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