Last week, Cooperating School Districts’recorded a podcast with Ferdi Serim, our upcoming speaker on technology and Common Core State Standards (see previous post). Learn more on how to promote digital learning and college & career readiness in this 10-minute interview.
Serim will be in St. Louis is just two weeks! Enroll today in this two-day workshop here.
On June 8, take Empowering Students Sound & Voice with Podcasting from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Come find out what all the talk is about! Learn how to record digital audio broadcasts, edit them, and upload them to the web. Teachers can use this technology to create podcasts of their lectures and class discussions so that students can listen to them again for reinforcement.
Explore the many ways these easy-to-make audio files increase student learning and engagement, especially for those students that need differentiated instructional methods. Examine examples of how educational leaders are using podcasting to communicate to parents, staff, and community. Participants will learn how to create lessons for their students that require them to create their own radio broadcasts, performances, interviews, reading logs and more. Bring a lesson idea and draft of a script, or use one provided, and walk away with your own original podcast!
Participants will be shown examples of for student work and teacher professional development. Examples may include Book Talks, Literature Circles, Science Logs, Art Critiques, Historical Audio and Tutorials. Using podcasting, you can explain math and review concepts, record student readings and musical creations to increase student achievement and promote communication.
The cost is $149 for CSD members and $189 for non-members.
(One graduate credit is also available).
Remember, you don’t need an iPod or handheld to be a part of podcasting– you can listen right from your web browser. Whatever personal device you may use to listen to podcasts, learning is certain to happen.
New Links to New Learning author Patricia McKissack‘s newest podcast has been posted. To listen to her read from Goin’ Someplace Special, just click here.
Throughout the fall and early winter, more podcasts from Patricia will be produced and shared. Educators, if you sign up for Pat’s videoconferences, this is a great way to introduce her work to your students!
The first Vision, Learning & Collaboration podcast from the Virtual Learning Center has been posted! In this podcast, learn from Martha Bogart and Rebecca Morrison about the technology enhanced learning environment at CSD, also known as tele.
If you are interested in learning more about some of the subjects discussed during the podcast, here are links to websites with more information:
To contact staff with questions, comments, or future Vision, Learning & Collaboration podcast suggestions, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. To get a RSS feed of Vision, Learning & Collaboration at podbean.com, click on the logo in the side bar.