Randall Black

Educator, EdTech Specialist, & Podcaster

Category: Podcasts

As Heard on Educational Podcasting Today…

Spring Valley High School has Launched a Podcast

I recently began a new job at Spring Valley High School in Huntington, WV as the Technology Systems Operator. One of the duties associated with this job is maintaining the school’s website. As part of that, I have worked with one of the assistant principals to launch the first official podcast of a public school

Anchor is BAD for Podcasting

Anchor.fm Anchor.fm is currently in their third iteration as a service (as of August 2018) and have tried to disrupt the podcast space. In late July 2018, 1 out of every 3 new podcasts submitted to Apple Podcasts was hosted on Anchor. At the same time, about 80% of all shows hosted on Anchor have

As Heard on The Planning Period Podcast…

I had a great opportunity to record with Brad Shreffler (Twitter, Website) of The Planning Period Podcast. Brad and I took part in a MADPD session hosted by Shane Lawrence (Twitter, Podcast) and connected to speak for his podcast. On this episode we discuss “the value of reaching across the silos of our roles and

As heard on Ed – Conversations About the Teaching Life…

I recently had the opportunity to record with Shane Lawrence for his podcast, Ed – Conversations About the Teaching Life. Shane and I discuss my role in education, my podcasts, failure, and professional development. Give it a listen below:

#MADPD – Making Tech Disappear

I had the great fortune to be a part of a panel for #MADPD on May 6, 2018 with Shane Lawrence of Ed – Conversations about the Teaching Life, Brad Shreffler of The Planning Period Podcast, and Kasey Bell of Shake Up Learning and The Google Teacher Tribe. Below is the video of that session:

As heard on the Podcast Rodeo Show…

Podcast, Blog, and Health Updates

Some of my podcast listeners and blog readers may not know about the tale that was my summer.  It was trying, tested my resolve, and I have come back out better on the other side. So let me quickly share some of that with you today in order to understand some of the inconsistencies that

WOW! (Podcast Thanks and Announcement)

I started the podcast here on my site as a way to share with others some of the great things going on in education in West Virginia. I didn’t expect the immediate results that I received. The number of downloads/listens has beaten my own expectations and for that I need to say thank you to

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