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ISTE Books Author Interview Episode 30: Camille Cole


Camille Cole, author of Connecting Students to STEM Careers: Social Networking Strategies, explains the importance of career awareness and gives examples of what it can look like in the classroom. Cole answers questions from ISTE members including how social networking can assist in career awareness and what skills today’s students need to prepare for STEM careers.

Direct download: STEMJB_Interview.mp3
Category:Author Interview -- posted at: 2:14pm PDT

Literacy Special Interest

A podcast for ISTE’s Literacy Special Interest Group featuring Mark Gura and Susanna Livingston. For more information, go to the podcast Show Notes blog: http://literacyspecialinterest.blogspot.com/

Direct download: KeepingQuiltLiteracyEd._L.S.I._Episode_1.mp3
Category:SIG Podcast -- posted at: 9:40am PDT

ISTE Books Author Interview Episode 29: Liz Kolb

Liz Kolb, author of Cell Phones in the Classroom: A Practical Guide for Educators and Toys to Tools: Connecting Student Cell Phones to Education shares ideas for using cell phones in the classroom, addresses some concerns and challenges educators may face when implementing this technology, and answers questions from ISTE members.

Direct download: Liz_Kolb_Interview.mp3
Category:Author Interview -- posted at: 4:41pm PDT

ISTE Books Author Interview Episode 28: Mark Gura

Mark Gura, author of Getting Started in LEGO Robotics: A Guide for K–12 Educators, discusses the benefits of LEGO Robotics and provides encouraging insight into starting your own LEGO Robotics program. LEGO Robotics is a hands on, multidisciplinary, collaborative learning experience. Mark Gura provides you with first-hand advice and recommendations so you can have your own robotics program up and running in no time.

Direct download: Interview_with_ROBOTS_Gura.mp3
Category:Author Interview -- posted at: 8:53am PDT

L&L Podcast: June/July Feature: Harness the Power of Technology by Arne Duncan

The U.S. Secretary of Education writes about why now is the time to revolutionize the way students learn and the way teachers teach.

This podcast is 11:55 minutes. Read the full text version of the article in L&L's archives.

Jennifer Perino, director of instructional technology at Peoria Notre Dame High School in Peoria, Illinois, produced this podcast for L&L  as part of her internship through Johns Hopkins University.

Direct download: July2011-Duncan.mp3
Category:L&L -- posted at: 2:32pm PDT

L&L Podcast: June/July Point/Counterpoint

David Wees and Dan Maas argue both sides of the question "Should students use their real names on the web?" This podcast is 9:23 minutes. ISTE members can read the full text version of this article in the L&L archives.

Jennifer Perino, director of instructional technology at Peoria Notre Dame High School in Peoria, Illinois, produced this podcast for L&L  as part of her internship through Johns Hopkins University.

Direct download: July2011-PCP.mp3
Category:L&L -- posted at: 4:41pm PDT

L&L Podcast: June/July Member Profile: Adam Bellow

L&L Senior Editor Diana Fingal profiles Adam Bellow, ISTE's 2011 Young Educator of the Year and founder of free web resource site EduTecher.net. This podcast is 4:35 minutes. ISTE members can read the full text version of this story in the L&L archives.

Jennifer Perino, director of instructional technology at Peoria Notre Dame High School in Peoria, Illinois, produced this podcast for L&L  as part of her internship through Johns Hopkins University.

Direct download: July2011-MemberProfile-AdamBellow.mp3
Category:L&L -- posted at: 4:25pm PDT

L&L Podcast: May Feature Article: Grow Creativity! by Candace Hackett Shively

Focusing on fluency, flexibility, originality, and elaboration skills gives teachers and students an effective shortcut to developing creativity together. This podcast is 20:25 minutes. ISTE members can read the full text version of this story in the L&L archives.

Jennifer Perino, director of instructional technology at Peoria Notre Dame High School in Peoria, Illinois, produced this podcast for L&L  as part of her internship through Johns Hopkins University.

Direct download: May2011-Feature-GrowCreativity.mp3
Category:L&L -- posted at: 4:18pm PDT

L&L Podcast: May Point/Counterpoint

Eric A. Walters and Michael Baum argue both sides of the question "Will the iPad revolutionize education?" This podcast is 9:24 minutes. ISTE members can read the full text version in the L&L archives.

Jennifer Perino, director of instructional technology at Peoria Notre Dame High School in Peoria, Illinois, produced this podcast for L&L  as part of her internship through Johns Hopkins University.

Direct download: May2011-PCP.mp3
Category:L&L -- posted at: 4:13pm PDT

L&L Podcast: May Student Profile: Adora Svitak

L&L Senior Editor Diana Fingal profiled 13-year-old Adora Svitak, the youngest person to ever win the National Education Association Foundation Award for Outstanding Service to Public Education. This podcast is 4:54 minutes. ISTE members can ead the full text version of this story in the L&L archives.

Jennifer Perino, director of instructional technology at Peoria Notre Dame High School in Peoria, Illinois, produced this podcast for L&L  as part of her internship through Johns Hopkins University.

Direct download: May2011-StudentProfile.mp3
Category:L&L -- posted at: 4:01pm PDT

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