The Tech Chicks (Anna Adam and Helen Mowers) have posted a podcast interview they conducted with me two weeks ago at the Beyond4Walls conference in the Dallas area. (Episode 12)

Their questions were:

  1. What do you regard as your most essential piece of equipment for podcasting?
  2. Why did you start podcasting?
  3. What are the two biggest implications for podcasting in K-12 education?
  4. Besides your own, name another podcast you listen to and why you listen to it. (My answer was “Speaking of History” by Eric Langhorst.)
  5. What is your favorite color M&M?

I also discussed the idea of helping our students become “mobile citizen journalists.” This was a fun interview! If you haven’t already, be sure to check out my interview with Anna and Helen that I recorded following their interview with me! 🙂

I learned from Anna and Helen that you can order your own custom M&Ms, using your specified colors and a custom message! I haven’t done this yet, but what a cool gift idea for Christmas! 🙂

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