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Can You Hear Me Now? Using Podcasting to Pump Up Your Pedagogy - Shared screen with speaker view
Livelsberger, Sunny
18:38
Go ahead and put any questions you have here in the chat.
Livelsberger, Sunny
20:05
You can add your placement and grade level here too.
Livelsberger, Sunny
21:47
Me too!
Peter Cuetara
27:36
The only podcast I've listened to is under the skin
Amanda Fletcher
28:08
Crime junkie! Each one is a different true crime story
Peter Cuetara
28:08
its Russel Brand talking with academics and intellectuals about concepts in their field
Shannon Athey
30:01
I'm in World Languages, I don't know if this is something I can use but am curious!
Alyson Caro
30:20
I am very new to podcasting NPR is usually my go to
Shannon Athey
30:21
(I know nothing about podcasts BTW)
Matthew Kruger-Ross
31:25
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1_NivyLzjsQRwKrC-UMvjRMT4F7rNcgpk_r5YWo5zXFc/edit?usp=sharing
Livelsberger, Sunny
35:20
HOW COOL!
Alyson Caro
40:25
great way to get kids learning, ideas on how this can work for kids in a classroom setting during this time?
Avamarie Goncalves
40:56
I watch two young girls and I can't wait to add this to my tool box to get them moving and learning as we finish out the summer.
Alyson Caro
43:03
thank you
Alyson Caro
56:47
thank you for the resources, very helpful that you broke it down by grade level.
Shannon Athey
59:20
This is why I think it could be great for world languages!
Matthew Kruger-Ross
59:28
Yes Shannon!!!
Alyson Caro
01:13:22
YES!!!! This is awesome the podcast process connecting to prior knowledge of the writing process. genius. thank you.
Alyson Caro
01:24:07
can you share that link/ app; in 3rd grade we interview a grandparent during social studies
Matthew Kruger-Ross
01:24:13
Anchor.fm
Alyson Caro
01:24:31
perfect thank you.
Alyson Caro
01:25:02
thank you very much for your time and expertise. I will see you at 1:30pm 😊
Avamarie Goncalves
01:25:06
thank you!!