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Dan Koch
Husband, Dad, Tech Integration Coach, Apple Distinguished Educator, PBS Lead Digital Innovator. cofounder. Person.
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Dan Koch 2h
Haha thanks!! It was so fun to make. 🐢 🎸
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Dan Koch 2h
Drawn on iPad, yes. I used Mac for some straight line drawing, but not much. Thanks!!!
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Dan Koch 2h
Replying to @theipodteacher
Thanks Jon. 🙏
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Dan Koch 2h
Here's my recreating a TV intro--can you tell what it is before it reaches the end? I used two apps - & Keynote. iPad to draw. Thanks for the challenge & ! I'll be sharing how I made it my session at !
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Dan Koch 4h
Indeed. They aren’t simply game portals or “that techie stuff.” It’s integral to function and thrive in today’s world.
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Andy Leiser 4h
We must teach proper device usage they way we teach drivers education - both are essential tools for life, and both can have glorious or disastrous consequences. How do you teach device-life etiquette?
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Dan Koch 5h
We're on iTunes! We'd love your honest review of our after hours podcast!
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Dan Koch 6h
Replying to @ms_coniglio @anchor
For beginners, I'd check out .
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Dan Koch 22h
Thoughts on education, book readings, and other tidbits!
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Dan Koch Apr 25
We're on iTunes! We'd love your honest review of our after hours podcast!
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Dan Koch Apr 24
Kids - despite what the world tells you, your voice matters. 🔥 🔥 🔥
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Dan Koch Apr 24
Leveraging Problems to Create Opportunities
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Dan Koch Apr 24
Thoughts on education, book readings, and other tidbits!
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John Maxwell Team Apr 24
When to lead is as important as what to do and where to go ~John Maxwell
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Dan Koch Apr 24
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Dan Koch Apr 24
We're on iTunes! We'd love your honest review of our after hours podcast!
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Dan Koch Apr 24
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Dan Koch Apr 24
. gets it. Our kids are watching us. At what point are our actions no longer necessary hardships and struggle, but rather distant tropes that they cannot possibly see reflected in their future?
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Dan Koch Apr 24
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Dan Koch Apr 23
A1: because kids are, you know, growing up, we owe them the service of acknowledging this—knowing, in fact, that we are all works in progress, and that we all deserve the freedom to fail w/o fear of being left behind.
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