This is an enhanced podcast that can be played through iTunes, viewed as a webpage, or heard as a mp3 version (see the show notes.) 21st century literacy skills (or digital literacy skills) and the skills cultivated in a high-stakes testing classroom environment seem to be mutually exclusive. This session from TCEA 2006 explores how blogging and podcasting can be used to cultivate the digital literacy skills our students need for success today and tomorrow.

Program Length: 39 min, 43 sec
File size: 10.8 MB

Enhanced Podcast 08 Feb 2006(This is an enhanced podcast.)

Show notes for this podcast include:

  1. View this enhanced podcast on a webpage
  2. A mp3 version of this podcast is also available. (Accessible/playable on any computer without iTunes or QuickTime)
  3. Digital literacy skills developed through podcasting (brainstormed session results)
  4. Sarah’s enhanced podcast about hedgehogs
  5. “A Whole New Mind: Moving from the Information Age to the Conceptual Age” (Daniel Pink)
  6. Flickr Creative Commons Search
  7. ePals
  8. enGauge 21st Century Literacy Skills
  9. Mark Ahlness’s Mighty Writers (Arbor Heights Elementary School in Seattle, Washington)
  10. Mark Ahlness’ blog
  11. Blogmeister
  12. David Warlick’s blog
  13. Bob Sprankle’s Room 208 podcast and blog
  14. Radio WillowWeb (Omaha, Nebraska)
  15. Mike Hetherington’s Room 613 Student blogs
  16. Wesley’s social bookmarks of classroom blogs: http://del.icio.us/wfryer/classroomblogs
  17. Global Voices Project
  18. Into the Wind: Lina’s blog (from Jordan) and post about the Iranian Holocaust denial situation
  19. Voices on Global Genocide Prevention
  20. The Global Youth Fund
  21. Podcasting resources / help

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