Ray Pastore's Design, Learning, and Technology Podcast
Do esports belong in schools? What does the research say? What are the advantages?
4 min 3 sec
In this show I will discuss my esports tournament from this weekend, some fitness tech I have been interested in, passive income, and tech stocks to watch!
15 min 54 sec
-SEO -Google Stadia -Apple sharing data -Firefox focus -Fortnite goes down
20 min 41 sec
Gaming, Tech, Learning, and Design
29 min 30 sec
Gaming and Tech – In this episode I discuss: Fortnite being sued for being addictive Hearthstone player getting banned in hong kong Mirror tech and its new personal workout service Rabbids coding game PS5 announced
21 min 30 sec
In this stream I discuss my vacation tech! I am away with my family and streaming from the hotel. I discuss how I am using my apple watch, hotel wifi, and what I found in the arcade. I used my ipad and realize that the screen is turned the wrong way but couldn’t change it … Continue reading Learning, technology, and design – #17
18 min 30 sec
Live stream. Tech, games, design, development, etc. In this stream I discuss Apple Arcade, Issues with Tor and my university, and How to write rules for games and computer logic.
27 min 8 sec
How to protect your computer and phone from viruses, malware, adware, ads, trackers, etc – live stream – Episode #14
29 min 44 sec
Technology, gaming, design, and training – live stream – Episode #13 Wow Classic Camtasia Sale! Starting the semester New videos released this week!
20 min 28 sec
This is the 3rd part of a 3 part series where I discuss what to consider before getting your Ph.D., what its like when working on your Ph.D., and what it was like after getting your Ph.D. and becoming a professor. I am in the instructional design field so my experiences will pertain to that … Continue reading Life after your Ph.D., Getting a job, and Life as a professor – Part 3 of 3
21 min 52 sec
This is the 2nd part of a 3 part series where I discuss what to consider before getting your Ph.D., what its like when working on your Ph.D., and what it was like after getting your Ph.D. and becoming a professor. I am in the instructional design field so my experiences will pertain to that … Continue reading What it’s like being a Ph.D. student – Part 2 of 3
13 min 11 sec
This is the 1st part of a 3 part series where I discuss what to consider before getting your Ph.D., what its like when working on your Ph.D., and what it was like after getting your Ph.D. and becoming a professor. I am in the instructional design field so my experiences will pertain to that … Continue reading What to consider before getting your Ph.D. – Part 1 of 3
8 min 11 sec
In this podcast I discuss gaming and video game violence, adobe fresco, and CAPM project management certification.
13 min 55 sec
Weekly updates in tech, gaming, and ID A discussion and reflection on learning science and learning engineering
8 min 3 sec
In this episode I discuss: Games: Mario Maker 2 and Doom Tech news: Twitter, Google, and Netflix Learning news: Instructional design salaries and the difference between a learning engineer and instructional designer
19 min 45 sec
In this podcast episode I discuss the following: Tech updates, answer some ID questions about sharing samples, and test a text to voice app called Verby, which is free and was a lot of fun!
30 min 10 sec
What is the cheapest way to go to college? How to go to college without taking out huge debts. There is no secret – shop around, go to a state school, live on the cheap, etc.
15 min 39 sec
Issues around assessment, standardized testing, SAT, reliability, and validity
16 min 43 sec
My review of Apple AirPods. Are they worth it?
7 min 32 sec
It happened. My son accidentally spend $450 on his tablet. We were able to get a full refund but it was quite the adventure! We did have parental controls set up but somehow they got disabled. We arent’ 100% sure how but we think it was when my wife purchased an app a few months … Continue reading How my son accidentally spent $450 playing games on his tablet
7 min 6 sec
Why don’t we train faculty to teach? Why is there an emphasis in many colleges on online instructional quality without any emphasis on face to face quality? How could we solve these issues?
6 min 34 sec
Should colleges, faculty, authors, etc use open access resources? In this podcast I discuss some of the issues around this topic.
11 min 32 sec
Surfing with the apple watch. I have owned the apple watch for years and multiple versions. In this video I discuss why I wear it for surfing.
6 min 32 sec
How to extend internet connection in hard to reach areas. Can’t get internet in a room in your house? Can get your wifi upstairs, downstairs, or in your basement? Here is the model I purchased that I mention in the video: https://amzn.to/2Xb9huH
5 min 51 sec
Buying a first computer? Not sure what to look for? Not sure what to spend? Do you want a family computer? Or a computer for a relative? Then this podcast is for you. Because, I agree, it gets confusing really fast! This podcast is designed to teach you basic terminology and give you some recommendations … Continue reading Tech Made Easy: Buying a computer
13 min 14 sec
Is the Apple Watch worth it? For non-technical folks? For parents? Grandparents? Is it easy to set up? Is it different than your phone?
11 min 31 sec
What is peer review? What are the advantages and disadvantages? What could make the peer review process better? This podcast will discuss my thoughts on the current peer review process that I have experienced over the last decade.
12 min 35 sec
How do you protect your data? Browse anonymously? Block ads? This video will provide tips and recommendations for 2019 and early 2020.
13 min 19 sec
Technology, Learning, Edtech, Instructional Design, and Gaming. In this podcast I discuss how to start designing content once you have your objectives and task analysis with a specific focus on instructional strategies – organizational, delivery, and development.
32 min 28 sec
In this podcast I discuss learning taxonomies such as Bloom’s and Gagne’s, objectives, and how they fit together during the instructional design process. This podcast was recorded during a live Q&A session.
27 min 27 sec
In this podcast I discuss the differences between salaries in highered and corporate for instructional designers
10 min 30 sec
When to get a certificate vs a Master’s in instructional design, instructional technology, elearning, training, or educational technology
4 min 53 sec
What is the average salary of an instructional designer, trainer, elearning, edtech? What about hourly rates? How much money do Instructional Designers make? What is the salary with no work experience? What is the highest salary?
4 min 25 sec
How to find a good Instructional Design Master’s or certificate program. This include edtech, training, elearning, instructional technology, learning sciences, and educational technology. How do you find a good master’s program?
11 min 52 sec
Edtech, instructional design, and training – In this podcast I answer questions about finding a master’s program, building a resume, and terminology in the field. This was live
28 min 43 sec
How to get into and get a job in the instructional design, ID, elearning, training, instructional technology field.
9 min 35 sec
Are eSports popular? Can you make money off of eSports? Do college offer eSports and gaming scholarships? Are there eSports arenas?
9 min 40 sec
How do people learn? Do we have learning styles? What about learning taxonomies? What happens in our minds when we learn? How do we learn from doing, games, virtual reality?
19 min 2 sec
How do we learn from virtual reality and games? What happens in our working memory? This podcast goes into detail about how we process that information. 3D Learning is a multisensory learning theory which explains how we learn through multiple channels in working memory.
5 min 52 sec
How do we learn? How do we learn while doing? 3D Learning is a multisensory theory that examines how we learn through multiple channels in working memory. This podcast focuses on a task – learning a song on the guitar.
What is 3D Learning? 3D Learning is a theory that expands on prior 2D cognitive theories (i.e. theories that focused on text and images) to explain how we process content to learn in the real world through all domains (psychomotor/affective/cognitive), from games, from experience, in virtual reality, from hand on activities, etc.
24 min 44 sec
Does instructional design matter?
6 min 53 sec
What is traditional instructional design? There is a notion that traditional ID is linear. That is however is not exactly true.
5 min 36 sec
A common question instructional designers and trainers ask – when do you discuss cost and money with the client?
4 min 46 sec
Should professors have work experience and continue to work in the field? This video is my point of view, from my field, as an instructional technologist and may not apply to all fields of study.
6 min 33 sec
Martial arts and bullying: A panel discussion on Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Bullying
37 min 9 sec
Do you need a Master’s degree in Instructional Design, Training, and e-Learning?
10 min 26 sec
Top 10 Games of All Time
7 min 37 sec
Class size for online class: How many is too many?
7 min 42 sec
Kids and screen time: How much is too much? How much screen is too much for a child?
10 min 59 sec