Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Episode 27 It's an Election Year Kids

Episode- 27 It’s an election year kids!
Show notes:
Discussion: @ 4:47
Jeff and Dan discuss politics in the classroom.

Tech Talk: @ 38:34
Jeff reviews some foreign language sites.

Book Talk: @ 46:28
Dan reviews Max Brooks’s “The Zombie Survival Guide”

Media Integration: @ 56:32
Dan discusses imeem.com’s music site.

Listener Feedback: @ 1:01:26
Thanks to mrichme for the iTunes write up.
Email from Robert J. Courtemanche (teachj) we screwed up his gender. Mark Spahr emailed too saying he likes 30 Days.
Scott Merrick (SL) left us a comment on twitter, but we need a translator.
Skip Z, from twitter likes what he’s hearing on HS/MS flip flopping.
Danny Nicholson’s Whiteboard blog is gaining us some listeners.
We are starting a Ning. Email us for an invite.

Music in this week's episode comes from Penmachine Podcast. “Meltdown Man” intro music by Derek K. Miller. Bumper music, “Particle Spin 30” Composed by:Roy Dank, BMI (33%), Michael Genato, ASCAP (34%), James Ronaghan, BMI (33%) also from freeplaymusic.com

Listener feedback is encouraged. Contact us at wickeddecentlearning@gmail.com or leave us comments at http://wickeddecentlearning.blogspot.com or on Twitter, name Wicked Decent, or on Skype- Wicked Decent Learning.
This episode was recorded July, 14 2008.


SAM said...

In addition to myhappyplanet.com look into www.edufire.com! Both are great sites with awesome tools to learn a variety of languages. The web has made learning a new language so much easier and I'm really enjoying the convenience!

Anonymous said...

Hey, I love the Zombie Survival Guide and also recommend World War Z by the same author.

Also, where do you guys get your bumper music?

Wicked Decent Learning said...

All of our bumper music is coming from Freeplaymusic.com. It's a great place to get free music for classrooms and education.

Wicked Decent Learning

Anonymous said...

In the vein of Zombie Survival Guide, you might like to read "Dies The Fire" and its two sequels. Great survival books that happen in a "real world" setting.

Great pronunciation of my name! And my grandmother who still lives in Claremont, NH is a Mainer too.

Brennick said...

Great job guys!! loved the topic this week!