I have created an online curriculum entitled “Podcasting 101,” open to anyone and everyone to access and use. In the philosophy section at the top I discuss what I am hoping– to collaborate with at least a few other educators on the creation and refinement of this curriculum, and then use it for workshops I offer myself (as others can if desired) on podcasting in education.
When you access Podcasting 101, you can choose to login as a guest to view all the content. To join in the discussions, you’ll need the enrollment key from me or another co-facilitator (yet TBA.)
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- Falco on Demand - 2011
- Advocating for balanced approaches to Internet filtering in schools - 2009
- Branding, Advertising, and the Attention Economy - 2009
- Transferring cell phone recorded audio (voicenote) to a Mac computer - 2009
- Want a successful laptop initiative? Better choose Mac laptops! - 2008
- CustomGuides: Free how-to tutorials ready to use - 2008
- Free Mobile Alerts: One-to-many text messaging and voicemail - 2008
- Kozol on NCLB and the struggles of real teachers - 2007