Thursday, August 7, 2008

Episode 30 Strugglin' with Strugglin

Episode- 30 Struggin’ with Strugglin’
Show notes:
Discussion: Unfortunately, due to some technical problems, the discussion segment didn’t save properly. We discussed how to identify and help struggling learners. We hope to recreate this segment in the future and distribute it. Here is the link to the recreated conversation Episode 44 "Still Strugglin"

Tech Talk: @ 6:32
Jeff reviews some sites to help you catch up with some conferences you didn’t attend.

BLC08-http://tinyurl.com/2rv9lv
Bob Sprankle’s “Bit by Bit Podcasts from BLC ’08- http://tinyurl.com/6pmr7f


NECC- http://tinyurl.com/29qtot





Technorati- http://www.technorati.com

MLTI Conference at Castine Links to look at:
Tag Generator- http://landmark-project.com/blogtags.php

Book Talk: @ 13:40
Dan reviews “The Science of Superheroes” by Lois Gresh and Robert Wienberg





Media Integration: @ 20:50
Jeff and Dan discuss uses of Batman in the classroom.
http://www.history.com/shows.do?action=detail&episodeId=322654
http://www.history.com/shows.do?episodeId=322796&action=detail

Did ya see?/Listener Feedback @ 36:17

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 August 4, 2008.

1 comment:

Sarah Sutter said...

Thanks for the shout out and link to the MLTI Castine resources. I'm hoping that as more and more teachers have blogs, try live blogging, podcast sessions, etc. that we'll see increased sharing of our local PD institutes as well as the national ones like NECC and BLC. The more ripples each session can cause, the better for everyone. One place for educators to connect is Tech4ME.ning.com, a ning by and for Maine educators. There's a group space for sharing our learning at the various pd institutes, and lots of other groups to connect teachers to each other.

See you at ACTEM's Maine Education Conference in October, if not somewhere before then!