Monday, July 09, 2007
Podcast #107 - Constitution Workshop Day 1 - Touring the Old City, Constitution Center and City Tavern
Sunday, July 08, 2007
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Direct link to Podcast #105 – Gettysburg Day 5 – Walking Pickett’s Charge at Dawn – MP3 Format – 7:41 minutes
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Friday, July 06, 2007
Wednesday, July 04, 2007
Direct link to Podcast #103 – Gettysburg Day Two – A Trip to Washington DC and Eating Period Food – MP3 Format – 15:17 minutes
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Direct link to Podcast #102 – Celebrating the 4th and Remembering My Grandpa – Henry C Langhorst – MP3 Format – 6:50 Minutes
Tuesday, July 03, 2007
Saturday, June 30, 2007
October 16, 2007 - Tails from the Tetons - Witness the Return of the Great Predators: The Wolf and the Grizzly - Grades 3-8
December 4, 2007 - The 9 Who Made A Difference - Commemorating Courage Against Segregation - Grades 7-12
February 26, 2008 - A Whale Story - A South Seas Adventure - Grades 3-8
April 1, 2008 - Field of Colors - Flying Objects on the National Mall - Grades K-5
Podcast #99 Show Notes:
Friday, June 29, 2007
Podcast #97 - 2007 Atlanta NECC Poster Session - Using Web 2.0 Tools in the Social Studies Classroom
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Thursday, June 21, 2007
Some of the questions in today's podcast:
- What is the difference between Classroom 1.0 and Classroom 2.0?
- Is there such a thing as Classroom 1.5? If so, what does it look like?
- What is the definition of a true 2.0 Classroom?
- Is Classroom 2.0 possible without a 1 to 1 ratio for students to laptops?
- Is there a tipping point at which Classroom 2.0 will become a norm in the United States and what is that tipping point?
- How does NCLB fit into Classroom 2.0?
Please add your comments to this blog post. I don't know the answer to these questions but would really like to hear what others in the edu blog community think about these topics. If you would like to contact me via e-mail instead you can do so at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Direct link to Podcast #95 - Is Classroom 2.0 Possible Without a 1 to 1 Ratio? - MP3 Format - 14:48 Minutes
Podcast #95 Show Notes:
- Ben Wilkoff's "Discourse About Discourse" Podcast
Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Learning with Blogs: Bringing the Read/Write Web into the Classroom [Session : Hands-on Open Source Lab]
Will Richardson, Connective Learning Group
Weblogs are blooming in schools as teachers and students are realizing their powerful learning potential. Find out how blogs are transforming classrooms around the globe.
Blog Tag(s): necc, n07s688
Voices from the Past: Fictional Blogs of Historical Figures [Session : Lecture]
Herman Wood, Cobb County School District
See how students step into the mind and become the voice of historical figures from the past with the help of blogs.
Blog Tag(s): necc, n07s740
As an 8th grade history teacher who uses blogs this one struck me as very interesting. I wonder what an Abe Lincoln blog would have looked like during the Civil War........
PrimaryAccess: Creating Digital Documentaries in the Social Studies Classroom [Session : Hands-on BYOL]
Glen Bull, University of Virginia with Tom Hammond and Meghan McGlinn
PrimaryAccess, a Web-based tool designed expressly for the creation of digital documentaries in the social studies classroom, will be demonstrated with student and teacher examples.
Blog Tag(s): necc, n07s863
Broadband Adventures: Online Learning Modules from Cable in the Classroom [Poster : Traditional]
Frank Gallagher, Cable in the Classroom
Online adventures with weather, elections, and Shakespeare combine interactivity, streaming video, educational games, and rich content into memorable, engaging activities and are free to all.
Blog Tag(s): necc, n07s329
New Tools, New Schools: Starting the Conversation about Web 2.0 [Session : Panel]
Gwen Solomon, TechLearning.com with Timothy Magner, Will Richardson, Lynne Schrum and David Warlick
Let’s discuss how schools can start the conversation about using the new Web-based tools that allow us to communicate, collaborate, and create content.
Blog Tag(s): necc, n07s702
Mark Gura, Fordham University with Kathy King
Learn easy-to-implement podcasting approaches and resources to provide inexpensive, high quality, customized professional development to audiences big and small.
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Donna Krache, CNN with Lisa Porterfield, Audrey Schewe and Gerald Smith
Use technology to turn news into knowledge! Get the download on CNN’s free programs and curriculum. Learn how to tie current events to classroom content.
Blog Tag(s): necc, n07s857
Dale Van Eck, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
You can engage students in the study of history utilizing online games and explorations. Participants will examine a variety of simulations, Web adventures, and videoshops.
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Will Blaylock, Rockwood School District with Chris Beeson and Mark Pennycuick
See how easy it is to create a video podcast on a Windows-based system! Using inexpensive software and hardware—it can be done!
Blog Tag(s): necc, n07s434