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Literacy Specialist Podcast, Episode #5: Classroom Blogging… For Real… Finally!

Episode #5: This podcast features an in-depth interview with Jeff Piontek, author of Blogs, Wikis, and Podcasts, Oh My! Electronic Media in the Classroom. The former director of the Hawaii Technology Academy, and ISTE conference keynote presenter, Jeff is an advocate for 21st Century Learning. He has written about and presented on the use of blogs in teaching and learning for many years. This podcast covers a wide variety of approaches and resources for the application of blogging in the classroom, with a particular emphasis on the teaching and learning of writing.

Literacy Special Interest Podcast is produced by ISTE’s Special Interest Group on Literacy (SIGLIT). In each episode, host Mark Gura and guests review the latest and most significant developments in literacy education. The podcast features conversations with prominent authors, influential educators, and thought leaders in the field. The podcast also presents exciting practices and up-to-date technology-based resources to foster literacy learning. Find additional information and links for all articles, resources, and interviews covered in the podcast.

Direct download: LSI-Episode5_ClassroomBlogging.mp3
Category:SIG Podcast -- posted at: 7:43am PDT

ISTE Books Author Interview Episode 33: Lisa Parisi and Brian Crosby

Lisa Parisi and Brian Crosby, co-authors of Making Connections with Blogging: Authentic Learning for Today’s Classrooms, talk about how blogging has motivated their students. They share many ideas for blogging in any classroom, at any level. 

Direct download: BLOGGR_Interview.mp3
Category:Author Interview -- posted at: 10:59am PDT

Episode #4:The Drama of Literacy Learning- This podcast features an interview with Mack Lewis, a National Board Certified teacher and author of numerous books and articles, many of them published by Scholastic.  Mr. Lewis’ interests include writing plays and dramatized literature. He writes for classroom teachers and students, while keeping his own classroom and the needs of his own students in mind throughout the creative process. This podcast also covers a variety of approaches and resources for the introduction of drama into a classroom curriculum, including strategies for integrating drama and assessing oral expression.

Literacy Special Interest Podcast is produced by ISTE’s Special Interest Group on Literacy (SIGLIT). In each episode, host Mark Gura and guests review the latest and most significant developments in literacy education. The podcast features conversations with prominent authors, influential educators, and thought leaders in the field. The podcast also presents exciting practices and up-to-date technology-based resources to foster literacy learning. Find additional information and links for all articles, resources, and interviews covered in the podcast.

Direct download: TheDramaOfLiteracyLearning_Episode_4.mp3
Category:SIG Podcast -- posted at: 9:29am PDT

ISTE Books Author Interview Episode 32: Frank W. Baker

Frank W. Baker, author of Media Literacy in the K–12 Classroom, discusses the importance of teaching students about media literacy as media consumers and creators. Baker shares ideas for incorporating media literacy into multiple subjects and as a part of subject-area standards.

Direct download: MEDLIT_Interview.mp3
Category:Author Interview -- posted at: 7:30am PDT

ISTE Books Author Interview Episode 31: Hilary Goldmann

Hilary Goldmann, author of Advocacy and Educational Technology: A Guide to Getting Your Voice Heard, talks about the ed tech advocacy work she does for ISTE in her role as senior government affairs officer. She discusses some of the most important ed tech issues, gives ideas for educators to get involved, and shares success stories.

Direct download: ADVOCT_Interview.mp3
Category:Author Interview -- posted at: 3:38pm PDT

Literacy Specialist Podcast, Episode 3:  Every Kid Should Write and Publish

Episode #3: Every Kid Should Write and Publish–This podcast features an interview with Bernard Percy, an internationally known author and speaker on a variety of education subjects. Percy guided his elementary grade students in writing How to Grow a Child: A Child’s Advice to Parents, a book that was published and distributed internationally. Also, this podcast covers a variety of approaches and resources for authentic student writing and publishing projects, such as how to create a digital book and a class newspaper.


Literacy Special Interest Podcast is produced by ISTE’s Special Interest Group on Literacy (SIGLIT). In each episode, host Mark Gura and guests review the latest and most significant developments in literacy education. The podcast features conversations with prominent authors, influential educators, and thought leaders in the field. The podcast also presents exciting practices and up-to-date technology-based resources to foster literacy learning. Find additional information and links for all articles, resources, and interviews covered in the podcast.

Direct download: EveryKidShouldWriteAndPublish_Episode_3.mp3
Category:SIG Podcast -- posted at: 2:45pm PDT

SIGML Podcast: A conversation with Don Knezek on Mobile Learning

Elliot Soloway, Susan Brooks-Young and Jennifer Courduff from the volunteer leadership team of the Mobile Learning Special Interest Group (SIGML) talk with ISTE CEO Don Knezek about a variety of topics including UNESCO’s recent Mobile Learning Week, the state of policy and practice around the globe, and the value of mobile devices as assistive technology.

Direct download: sigml_don_podcast-final.mp3
Category:SIG Podcast -- posted at: 3:30pm PDT

Literacy Special Interest Group Podcast: Episode #2

A podcast for ISTE’s Literacy Special Interest Group featuring Mark Gura and an interview with T.A. Barron, author of The Lost Years of Merlin.

Direct download: LiteracySpecialInterest_EPISODE_2_AuthorStudy4ConnectedClassroom.mp3
Category:SIG Podcast -- posted at: 9:06am PDT

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