This enhanced podcast (synchronized images with audio) is a recording created on Thursday, September 6, 2007, by teachers in Mid-Del Schools in Midwest City, Oklahoma. These teachers have been selected as the first in the district to receive new laptop computers as well as sustained professional development focused on digital storytelling, authentic assessment of student learning using digital tools, and the Oklahoma Digital Centennial Project. To introduce ourselves to each other as well as podcasting on the global stage, we recorded introductory statements using Garageband about what we are currently passionate about. This podcast is also available in an audio-only mp3 version.
- Oklahoma Digital Centennial Project
- Wesley’s Digital Storytelling Workshop Curriculum links
- Alternate mp3 (audio only) version of this podcast
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