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Preview: The Teachers' Podcast: The New Generation of Ed Tech Professional Development

Podcast for Teachers (Techpod): Podcasting and Educational Technology for K-12 and All Educators



Live from New York City! Fordham University provides lively conversations about technology for teachers with leading educators. Educational technology experts and authors Mark Gura and Professor Dr. Kathy King co-host this weekly podcast. PFT has be come



Published: Sun, 13 May 2007 00:47:56 -0500

Last Build Date: Sun, 08 Mar 2009 00:57:59 -0500

Copyright: (C) Fordham University RETC, King and Gura, 2005 http://www.retc.fordham.edu
 



The Teachers' Podcast Ep 41, Digital Texts Rock! PART 2 email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Tue, 30 Jun 2009 01:01:00 -0500

Second part of a stimulating 2-part episode begins from The Teachers Podcast. This episode is packed with free resources and more discussion related to the developments and schools' interest in diigtal texts. Join us for a full slate of ed tech resources to reinvigorate your classrooms and your professional learning! This episode has an amazing roundup of resources for our listeners and dynamic discussion. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2009.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 40, Digital Texts Rock! email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Tue, 16 Jun 2009 18:01:00 -0500

Another 2-part episode begins with Episode 40 of The Teachers Podcast. This episode is packed with free resources and more discussion related to the realities of budget crunches. But Mark and Kathy spin to the positive side! Join us for a full slate of ed tech resources to reinvigorate your classrooms and your professional learning! Resources include a detailed comparison of free resources to maximize your educational reach using social media! This is a set of episodes that promise to open new visions of thinking, and approach for your summer school, summer excursions and revitalization. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 39, Webinar Powersurge PART 2 TwitterMania and Virtual Education, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sun, 24 May 2009 18:01:00 -0500

The final installment of a resource-packed 2-part series discussing virtual education, Twitter, economic stimulus, news items, short takes, On The Road, and teaching practice debates and insights! Even more resources and ready to use recommendations and insights inthe great discussion with Mark and Kathy. Our focal point? Strategies for stretching Stimulus Money for schools and teachers! Focus on virtual education using a variety of tools, strategies and opportunities. Resources include a detailed comparison of free and paid resources for webinars, free conference calls and virtual tools. Make us the center of YOUR Ed Tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 38, Webinar Powersurge PART 1 TwitterMania and Virtual Education, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Thu, 07 May 2009 09:01:00 -0500

A resource packed 2-part episode discusses virtual education, Twitter, economic stimulus, news items, short takes, On The Road, and teaching practice debates and insights! Great discussion from Mark and Kathy about Strategies for Stretching Stimulus Money for schools and teachers! Focus on virtual education using a variety of tools, strategies and opportunities. Resources include a detailed comparison of free and paid resources for webinars, free conference calls and virtual tools. Make us the center of YOUR Ed Tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by ransformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 37, When Web 2.0. Updates, Resources and Debates, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Thu, 23 Apr 2009 09:01:00 -0500

A fabulous episode with scores of possibilities for web 2.0 in teaching and learning, what are the issues and the realities? Hot news from the USA and UK! The U.K. is considering including blogging, tweeting, and podcasting in the elementary school curriculum? Say it isn't so? Listen in to the debate! Is it what you expect or not? Free resources include a tremendous learning tool- DimDim. Listen as Kathy describes a seminar she did with local and distant participants connected through the free webconference service! Don't miss this episode It is full of must hear information and great resources. Also breaking into the Schooltube?? You have to hear this. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 36, Digital Catchup and 21st Century Learning Debate, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Wed, 01 Apr 2009 00:01:00 -0500

Join us for an exciting episode full of technology experiences, trends and debates! What's more Kathy and Mark provide an update on their travels around the globe and share insights about culture, technology, language learning and Mardi Gras in Mexico. An exciting debate about 21st Century Learning tops off the show with Kathy explaining how some career and technical schools demonstrate this model so well today. How many conference do you think we can name in a single show? This episode might beat them all! Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 35, 35 Digital Media-Devices aka Take Out or Home Cooked Media, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sun, 8 Mar 2009 12:01:00 -0500

The first TTPOD theme show: Is it Take Out or Home Cooked Media? This episode provides a vast array of ready to use and digest digital media and resources and also tools for brewing your own! Do you need Kindle or Kindling for that? (sorry) From the hotter than hot Kindle ver 2 review, to our good pal elmo, the favorite teacher ed tech classroom tool, to $20 laptops, 10 podcasts good to go and use NOW, student produced broadcasts and much more.Topping off the show is a fabulous conversation about the ASCD blog topic, Curse of the Digitally Illiterate. Not only is it a good topic, but the educational community is demonstrating the power of blogging and producing great insights for us to develop and understand this issue form different perspectives. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development Blog, phone, email, poke us! Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008...


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 34, Robotics, Research and More: TCEA 2009 Wrap-Up, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sun, 22 Feb 2009 12:01:00 -0500

Fresh from the invigorating excitement of Texas Computers in Education Association's Conference in Austin, TX, breezes in with a plethora of new developments, resources and surprise interview from the floor of the exhibit hall. Don't miss this episode from listener shout outs and letters, to THE YouTube President, robotics to resources, scooters, to pace makers and teacher professional development, and snippets of research regarding classroom applications of technology! (we also tell you where to find the full papers!) In this episode you will also learn about new resources from NBC and free class tools, don't miss out on this action packed, fast-paced episode of excitement and surprises. Guest appearances by Dr. Craig Varnell of LeTorneau University and Paul Henry high school student, included. Thank you gentlemen! Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008...


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 33, Technology for Educators: Update from FETC, Fin Lit, Otters, and Not Cool! email:teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sat, 7 Feb 2009 12:01:00 -0500

Episode Tech for Every Teacher provides a whirlwind of tools and ideas for teachers using technology for all their many needs. From Blackberry adoption to cases which prevent screen breakage, Internet safety which students will be interested in, to Smithsonian virtual items and Finanical Literacy, join Mark and Kathy as they demonstrate so many technology solutions to match curriciular and teaching and learning needs. This episode includes a brief review of FETC 2009 . And who is looking for grants? Mr Gates is giving them! AND Adobe wants to give your students prizes. Check out Sharon (from Florida) favorite podcast! Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008..


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 32, Inaugural 2009 Episode and Road Ahead for Pres. Obama, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sat, 24 Jan 2009 21:01:00 -0500

Launching the new year Kathy and Mark share opportunities, resources and insights for educational technology across grades and content ares. Sharing their travels, interactions with teachers and school leaders, as well as incoporating headlines from educational and national news, this episode is a great boost offering vision and action for teachers, instructional technology staff, staff developers and all educators. There are many opportunities for producing change from appointments of US Secretary of Education, to the new budgets and surplus plans, join us as we examine the potential for our classrooms, schools and learners! From NYSCOSS, to FETC and TCEA we are on the road to meet with our listeners and spread the news of easy ed tech which incorporates 21st century learning. The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -Winners have been posted- Intereviews upcoming-more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. ....


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 31, Podcasting for Teachers- The Book?, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Wed, 17 Dec 2008 21:01:00 -0500

Podcasting for Every Teacher! It's here: New-Improved-Updated-Supercharged for Teaching-and-Learning Power: Podcasting for Teachers SECOND Edition. Kathy and Mark provide a behind the scenes view of the revision of the book, along with not to be missed news about what is included in the news edition. Whether you use ready made podcasts in your classrooms, are ready to being making podcasts or already an expert, listen in as the authors/hosts discuss how the book has emerged and provides much more guidance and direction than a technical how to book. Replete with examples and stories of how this book has grown out of practical development of podcasting pedagogy by two experienced educators, Kathy and Mark share classroom applications you can use across grade levels. Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 30, Educational Change and Virtual Opportunity, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Thu, 04 Dec 2008 00:01:00 -0500

Join Kathy and Mark for this resource-filled episode which highlights dramatic changes on the education landscape, worldwide travel, virtual learning and teacher resources. Hear the skinny on the world spinning travels of Kathy and Mark (in opposite directions!) from Vietnam to Cambodia, Denver to Philly! Learning and insights abound from professional development, to Shout-Outs, grassroots political ground swells seeking educational change, distance learning mandates and the virtues of virtual games!! After turkey comes.. How many levels of learning and dynamics can you determine in Kathy's holiday adventure? This episode includes a SURPRISE announcement! Listen in- Kathy shocks Mark! The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -Winners have been posted- Interviews upcoming- more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -Winners have been posted- Interviews upcoming, more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 29, Digital Video and Art: Power of Learning email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Mon, 10 Nov 2008 00:01:00 -0500

How many free resources and tech tips can we pack into one episode? With Ep. 29 we aim to break the record. Exploring a score of video and art resources, video formatting tools, pdf makers and digital video blogs. PLUS the first ever tour of Mark's new Acer mini laptop.. you cannot beat this price and set of features. He will field test it to determine rough and tumble school durability. We get to find out if it survives his trek through the bush of- well, you have to listen to find out! A resource filled and cutting edge episode about creativity and critical thinking through digital media. Recent educational headlines and top notch articles are discussed including student ingenuity.The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -Winners have been posted- Interviews upcoming- more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -Winners have been posted- Interviews upcoming, more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 28, Virtual Schools Update: Reach for The Stars, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Mon, 27 Oct 2008 00:01:00 -0500

A resource and vision episode for every teacher, staff developer and administrator in k-16 schools today and tomorrow! A resource filled and cutting edge episode about virtual schools. From Myth Busting to Standards and star gazing and everywhere beyond, Kathy reveals her expertise which has been hidden from the podcast listeners- she being a researcher, author and online educator for over 14 years. Kathy and Mark highlight several timely initiatives across k-12 schools regarding online learning and bring their keen educational sight to bear on this very pertinent topic. Recent educational headlines and top notch articles are discussed , terrific resources and Distance Learning Myths are Busted in every direction to encourage Teachers Podcast listeners to step out into the world of online learning and incorporate learning management systems and online resources at their comfort level!The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -Winners have been posted- Interviews upcoming, more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 27: Winners, Content Creators Rule: Everyone Can Be a Producer, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sun, 12 Oct 2008 11:01:00 -0500

The excitement reaches a crescendo as Mark and Kathy announce the winners of the 3rd Annual Teachers Podcast Contest, which is graciously sponsored by McGraw Hill Education. This episode focuses on the rich power of NEW MEDIA to enable all teachers and learners to be content creators in the process and demonstration of their learning. You don't want to miss this episode! From blogging to podcasting, resources, and news items spanning the world, this is a dynamic episode of fun, celebration and creativity. Join this closeup look at the power of technology and new media to address many needs in teaching learning today. McGraw-Hill Education sponsorship of our 3rd annual Podcast contest in order to recognize teacher achievement and provide tremendous prizes for our winners. The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. The Teachers' Podcast: More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008.


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The Teachers Podcast Ep 26:3rd Anniversary Show: Joy of School and NEW MEDIA Power, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Wed, 01 Oct 2008 01:01:00 -0500

From the New Media Capital of the World. A rousing discussion celebrating 3 years of professional development productions via podcasting, Mark and Kathy let their hair down to talk about needs of teaching and technology, the podcasting PD journey and reflect on future directions. Sometimes locking heads, but always with laughter, the dynamic duo offers up a most substantial and entertaining episode to celebrate learning. NEWS: Revelations about husbands, dogs and late homework? www.teacherspodcast.org The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 25: Science and Art Ed, Plus Spore and XO2, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sun, 14 Sep 2008 16:01:00 -0500

Resources, controversy and wild times filled episode! From MP3 players discoveries and resources straight from Kathy's flea market excursions, to the release of XO2 tablet? Join Kathy and Mark for controversy, learning and excitement in the 25th episode.Terrific articles that speak to 21st century learning needs and the connection to the great grandchild of SimCity- Spore. Then a surprise visit: Mark leads 2 virtual guests into the studio; who could they be? You have to listen to hear this! Update on the McGraw-Hill Education sponsorship of our 3rd annual Podcast contest in order to recognize teacher achievement and provide tremendous prizes for our winners. The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 24: Back to School Special, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sun, 31 Aug 2008 16:01:00 -0500

Mark and Kathy are back with a Back to School Special covering critical topics from teacher well-being to meaningful learning! Check in for this episode as we discuss the invasion of the mini laptops and what it means for classroom instruction. Also you will be surprised at the insights Kathy shares about low tech and hi tech approaches to preserving your sanity this coming school year. Rounding out the episode is a great resource that will start our listing of web-based resources to bring the USA presentational election issues and race into your classroom. Check out this episode- The Low Down on Mini Laptops, Learning, and Elections! Join us for yet another fun-filled learning time at Teachers' Podcast.Update on the McGraw-Hill Education sponsorship of our 3rd annual Podcast contest in order to recognize teacher achievement and provide tremendous prizes for our winners. Live from the Learning capital of the world! Mark and Kathy's book, Podcasting for Teachers, Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in the dialogue: the Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 23: Wii, Mii and Thii, Leapfrog Tag and more.. email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sun, 10 Aug 2008 16:01:00 -0500

Join Kathy and Mark for the long awaited episode: the Wii gone wild..OK maybe not that wild, but definitely exciting new opportunities for technology and education. We discuss what it is, our experience, how we are using it, and resources to learn more. Check out the articles we have put together for you about what other educators are also saying! We also discuss one of the hottest NY Times articles yet for education - RU Reading? A great discussion on multiple literacies. Two more major features: 1) the Leapfrog new release of "Tag" another electronic literacy tool- we have reactions, articles and Youtube clips for you to check out. (2) A great assortment of free graphic organizer tools assembled in a NCTE Online newsletter. Join us for yet another fun-filled learning time at Teachers' Podcast.Update on the McGraw-Hill Education sponsorship of our 3rd annual Podcast contest in order to recognize teacher achievement and provide tremendous prizes for our winners. The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Live from the Learning capital of the world! Mark and Kathy's book, Podcasting for Teachers, Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in the dialogue: the Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 22 Still Glowing! PD Resources Abound: Interview with HotChalk, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sun, 27 Jul 2008 23:01:00 -0500

Bryan Scanlon from Hotchalk.com is a dedicated educator and Vice President of Direct Sales. He joins Mark and Kathy for an interview at NECC. Bryan shares the rich resources perspective, expertise, philosophy and practice of this teacher resource. Mailbag from the TTPOD listeners and updates on summer teaching extravaganza! Our 3rd annual Podcast contest has greter prizes to recognize teacher achievement http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Live from the Teaching capital of the world! Mark and Kathy's book, Podcasting for Teachers, Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in the dialogue: the Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 21 Global Learning Gallery and NECC Afterglow and Ed Gragert (iEARN), email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Mon, 07 Jul 2008 20:01:00 -0500

Bright with the afterglow of the NECC 2008 conference, hosts Kathy and Mark provide some short salient insights and then bring our listeners a compelling interview with Ed Gragert, Executive Director of iEARN.org. In 20 years, the International Education and Resource Network has grown to include over 20,000 schools and organizations, over 1 million students in over 115 countries. Listen in as we discuss the mission, vision and impact of this educational global collaborative project between classrooms and schools around the world.Any school can propose an iEARN project and participate for a small fee. This vibrant program develops dynamic experiences in global citizenry that promises to change the lives of everyone involved. If you know iEARN enjoy this update on their work. If you don't, listen and beat a quick virtual path to their website to consider getting involved! Resources, articles, tips on conference goodies and much more in Teachers' Podcast episode 21! The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest extended to AUGUST 15, 2008 -more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Live from the Teaching capital of the world! Mark and Kathy's book, Podcasting for Teachers, Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in the dialogue: the Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 20 Pre-NECC Episode: Teacher PD for 21st Century, NECC Presenter- Dr. George Perera, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Mon, 23 Jun 2008 21:01:00 -0500

BONUS EPISODE! Mark and Kathy bring a little bit of the NECC conference to all our listeners. In this episode we interview Dr. George Perera who will presenting his research about teacher professional development in educational technology at the conference on Monday. His topic is "Capabilities of Technology Coupled with Specific Instructional Methods and Objectives" Teachers as learners and learners as teachers AND reserachers! Our guest is a graduate of our PHD program at Fordham Graduate School of Education. Announcements in this episode about 3rd Annual - great prizes and extension to July 30! Also details for the NECC MEETUPS on June 30. Don't miss this BONUS episode- bringing NECC to you- if you are able to travel there or not. You are the first to learn that McGraw-Hill Education has partnered with us to sponsor our 3rd annual Podcast contest in order to recognize teacher achievement and provide tremendous prizes for our winners. More details about the Podcast Contest (JULY 30), and TTPOD Meet-UP at ISTE NECC 2008 (June 30) www.teacherspodcast.org. The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Live from the Teaching capital of the world! Mark and Kathy's book, Podcasting for Teachers, Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in the dialogue: the Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 19 The Art and Design of Living and Learning 2.0, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 11:01:00 -0500

Join us in the garden studio of the Teachers' Podcast for resources and HOT announcements. Kathy and Mark gather on a hot summer day to share advances in podcasting, art and technology for our schools exclusively for their podcast audience. You are the first to learn that McGraw-Hill Education has partnered with us to sponsor our 3rd annual Podcast contest in order to recognize teacher achievement and provide tremendous prizes for our winners. Virtual schools and virtualization also top our discussion as examine current trends and advances in technology for school implementation and reach.Then the focus turns to opportunities for Art and Design in the world of Web 2.0 and how it reaches into the lives of learners and learning in ways we never could have before. Mark shares insight from his newest book- and we are the first to get the inside look of this newest ISTE publication: released just this week. More details about the Podcast Contest, and TTPOD Meet-UP at ISTE NECC 2008 (June 30) www.teacherspodcast.org. The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Live from the Learning capital of the world! Mark and Kathy's book, Podcasting for Teachers, Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in the dialogue: the Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation ofEdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers' Podcast Ep 18 Education and Bridges: Transparency, Learning and Disruption, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Mon, 2 Jun 2008 22:01:00 -0500

Summer is a time of celebration and refreshment and this episode provides plenty to celebrate, reflect and USE! Calls for celebration and activity include-invitation to join Kathy and Mark for allISTE-SIGHC sorts of discussions and fun at the ISTE NECC Conference, articles written by Kathy and Mark in separate publications about podcasting in higher ed classrooms-(what really does happen in Kathy's classes?), and a roundup of mini laptops by Mark in Converge.Abundant resources, hot news right off the press and a wonderful one-of-kind resource reviewed by your hosts. Check out what the episode has in store for you. More details about the Podcast Contest, and TTPOD Meet-UP at ISTE NECC 2008 (June/July) www.teacherspodcast.org. The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Live from the Learning capital of the world! Mark and Kathy's book, Podcasting for Teachers, Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in the dialogue: the Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation ofEdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers' Podcast Episode 17 It Is All About Media and Learning, tel 201-693-4932, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Tue, 20 May 2008 20:01:00 -0500

Improving learning with a multimedia extravaganza from Kathy and Mark. Audio Books, Audible Kids, and LibriVox, the FLIP video camera and always resources, resources, resources! Topnotch articles demonstrating new media for learning advancement, use in classrooms and more. Adaptable tool for admin and tech support! Product reviews: Spiceworks and Flip. Triple-crown of announcements in this episode include the launch of Talking Financial Literacy Podcast (www.talkingfinlit.org), more details about the Podcast Contest, and TTPOD Meet-UP at ISTE NECC 2008 (June/July) www.teacherspodcast.org. The 3rd Annual Best Educational Podcast Contest -more details http://teacherspodcast.org/contest-2008/ Live from the technology capital of the world! Mark and Kathy's book, Podcasting for Teachers, Reminder- don't miss the opportunity to join in the dialogue: the Facebook group for TTPOD is always busy! Check out the link, give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to find out more. Blog, phone, email, poke us! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation ofEdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy. One for the Road: Join us on the Ed Tech Journey of Discovery!


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The Teachers' Podcast Episode 16 Ed Tech: Dream and Believe - Learn and Achieve tel 201-693-4932, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sat, 03 May 2008 23:01:00 -0500

NOW for something completely different! A special version of Mark and Kathy's keynote for Tech Teacher Professional Day. SPECIAL FEATURES include: Go to our website to watch the PDF version of this presentation while you listen! Join us as we share key resources, insights and suggestions with teachers around the world! Fabulous announcements in this episode include the launch of Talking Financial Literacy Podcast (www.talkingfinlit.org), more details about the Podcast Contest, AND TTPOD Meet-UP at ISTE NECC 2008 (June/July) Newsflash- join us in theFacebook group for TTPOD - check out the link. And give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to see. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation ofEd Tech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans.More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers Podcast Episode 15, Moving Target of Technology for 2008- Podcast Contest Announced, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Mon, 21 Apr 2008 12:01:00 -0500

Classroom Device Excitement, The New Generation of Student Laptops; Best Education Podcast Contest Announced; A Block Buster Trend. In this episode news about HPs new laptop, Intels Classmate PC, The One Laptop Per Child project's XO, AND Innovations for Learning's TeacherMate. Visit website for details of 3rd Annual Best Education Podcast Contest form TTPOD! 3 awards- one each in 3 categories. Deadline July 5, 2008 Email submissions to teacherspodcastawards@gmail.com Update on Facebook happenings with Teachers Podcast. Free Adobe resource for graphic editing and organization. Check out our Podcasting for Teachers Book info and Mark's ISTE book coming out in July. Complete info always at www.teacherspodcast.org. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans as we provide them with More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Telephone message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs.


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The Teachers' Podcast Episode 14: Science, Second Life and S Suite! Tel: (201) 693-4935, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sun, 06 Apr 2008 15:01:00 -0500

Discussion and update on Second Life, short takes from Oprah's Book Club to Throwing Home Schooling Parents in Prison, Getting Our Heads Straight about SCIENCE Education, a review of S Suite's FIFTH ELEMENT free Office Suite, and a free Fair Use Check List. Another 21st century learning episode is packed with not-to-be-missed help for the educator who wants to be in the know! A new generation ofEdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans as we provide them with More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Telephone message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs.


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The Teachers' Podcast Episode 13: Math Learning: Reaching Higher than Mediocre! Tel: (201) 693-4935, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sun, 23 Mar 2008 13:01:00 -0500

Kathy and Mark reach deep into resources, news and happenings among math education, the Teachers Podcast family, and the Podcasting for Teachers book by your cohosts. Updates on subnotebooks computers, news items, Laptop Cabana product review, listener productions, teaching and learning abounds, math debates, rants and hosts of math celebration and resources. Another 21st century learning episode is packed with not-to-be-missed help for the educator who wants to be in the know! Newsflash- join us in theFacebook group for TTPOD - check out the link. And give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to see. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation ofEdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs.


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The Teachers' Podcast Episode 12: Face Book Goes Educational: Revealing, Exciting Possibilities: Google DOCS, NCLB, MacBook Air, ASUS PC tel 201-693-4932, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Mon, 03 Mar 2008 13:01:00 -0500

Another blockbuster episode as Mark and Kathy provide shocking, revealing, and exciting possibilities of technology uses for curricular needs! From NCLB roundup of headlines to a score of product reviews this episode is packed with not-to-be-missed help for the educator who wants to be in the know! Check out the latest about Facebook news with TTPOD and plenty of comments from the podcast family. Google Docs changing Kathy's life? Virginia to leave NLCB funding behind? Mark's technology affinity has shifted away form the Mac Airbook ? A new mini notebook on the scene? These and many more questions to be answered in this revealing episode of The Teacher's Podcast. Newsflash- join us in theFacebook group for TTPOD - check out the link. And give us a call - or let us call you- come to the website to see. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation ofEd Tech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans.More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Message line: 201-693-4935. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers' Podcast Episode 11: Big Ideas, Bright Future: Second Life, Peer Learning a la King with Blogs, Product Reviews, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Mon, 18 Feb 2008 13:01:00 -0500

Kathy and Mark scan the online education horizon and garner a bevy of resources from listeners and publications. This episode also includes a not-to-be-missed product review of the Edirol R09 recorder and great discussion of the peer learning in classrooms a la King. Newsflash- join us in the Facebook group for TTPOD - check out the link (http://fordham.facebook.com/group.php?gid=9953658948),a Converge article about podcasting and much more. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. Welcome to the revolution with a new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com, comment at the website/blog, or join the discussion and group in FB. We appreciate our great audience and fans- we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, 2007-2008. Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers' Podcast Episode 10: Celebrate Black History Month and Report on Growing Up Online, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sun, 03 Feb 2008 00:01:00 -0500

From Oprah and Frontline to Black History month, this episode is overflowing and quick-paced. Mark and Kathy provide a invaluable episode for educators and parents-from insights and debate about the PBS Frontline broadcast Growing Up Online, to audio, video, web sites and piror recordings for Black History Month. Check out episode 10: sure to be a favorite with listeners. Macbook Air dominates the tech media- check out the links; then send in your comments as the debate breaks out in TTPOD's next episode! Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog. We appreciate our great audience and fans. Welcome to the Revolution.Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, (2007-2008) Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers' Podcast Episode 9: Adult Learning in the Very Adult World of Teacher Professional Development, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Wed, 23 Jan 2008 11:00:00 -0500

As requested by listeners, this episode of The Teachers Podcast focuses on Adult Learning and particularly approaching professional development for teachers through the philosophy and practices developed by the Adult Learning community. As always, we present a raft of news articles (this week covering stories from Alabama to Japan, Britain, and beyond). Listeners respond and we share the wealth with you! Resources include a brand new- just for our listeners- adult learning and professional development resource by Dr King of resources, links, associations, journals and much much more, Robocup Jr, Simon's Blog, UK research about social media and teens and more. Ed-Tech you can use today and every day. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com, leave comments at the website/blog on the website. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, (2007-2008) Preview included of some of our next episodes also in response to listeners' requests and Black History month! Let us know your teaching and learning needs- Mark and Kathy.


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The Teachers' Podcast Episode 8: Good News and Positive Energy for the New Year, email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Tue, 01 Jan 2008 16:00:00 -0500

The Teacher's Podcast New Year Episode! Sharing the exciting of the new year- Kathy and Mark podcast on New Year's eve providing a bevy of information and resources for our Teacher's Podcast family of listeners. Join in the fun from "party central" and our self-acclaimed Ed Tech Capitol of the World as we share views, news and reviews for teachers to use everyday! This episode includes a new view on Kindle and e-books, an abundance of RESOURCES including BrainReady Braincasts, and reviews of Otter Box's case for the iPod Video, iPhone, and H2O Headphones to reach students. Other highlights for our ed tech feast and to power our dreams of good news throughout the year include the 2007 holiday e-greeting frenzy; meta resources, free virtual robotic kits, educational freeware and powerful math games. Make us the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com, leave comments at the website/blog, or leave a message with MyChingo on the website. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, (2007-2008)


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The Teachers' Podcast Episode 7: Voices of the World - The Power of Social Networking, teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sun, 16 Dec 2007 12:00:00 -0500

Literacy, Learning, Resources, Tech Tips and Comments from Listeners! Updates on the travels of Mark across China and Kathy to a conference where she energized a standing room only crowd about New Media to reach students. Plenty of news from our listeners: Greg in Hawaii, Joselyn in NC and Gord in Canada! Voices of the World project by Mrs. Tonner of Scotland: you have to catch and explore this one with the bevy of resources! Terrific round up of resources on social networking, articles and news items spanning debated topics in literacy, robots and penmanship? Rant on! Make us YOUR center of YOUR Ed Tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of Ed Tech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King,(2007)


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The Teachers' Podcast Episode 6: New Literacies Make the News, Show Me the Money!, Tech Knowledge Product Review, teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 03:00:00 -0500

New Literacies. New ways of being literate with plenty of teaching and student resources. What more could we want for a feature-packed and fabulous episode? Live from the Media Literacy Capital of the world! Welcome to the digital era, literate beings. And PLEASE help Save the Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus :) This week The Teachers Podcast covers a raft of items focusing and reflecting on the ways reading, literacy (and learning and teaching aimed at them) are ever evolving in the face of proliferating digital technology and the way it changes human intellectual activity !! From Nasa to Web Wisdom resources, to Tech Knowledge by SRA and McGraw Hill to Reading Rockets and the Financial Aid Podcast- this is the place to be. We wnat to show you the money and show you the limelight of iTunes! Make us your the center of YOUR ed tech Universe : www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog OR leave a message with MyChingo on the website. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Our feed is www.teacherspodcast.org/feed.xml Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King,(2007)


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The Teachers Podcast Episode 5: Serious about Gaming, Amazing Collaborations, Ipods Abound and Zune Revelations, teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sat, 10 Nov 2007 14:00:00 -0500

You have to hear this episode! Resources, classroom ideas and inspiration all in one neat little package from Mark and Kathy to you! Live from the gaming capital of the world. Now would that be Virtual Shanghai? or Virtual Denmark? A bevy of items on Gaming, Gaming and ESL, etc. Also, a GREAT resource that gives a startling model of game-inspired learning in the area of science and citizenship. No SciFi here, Presenting Tiro, the robot teacher who really made it into a classroom! And yes, those are real classrooms using iPods by the hundreds (wayta go, New Joysie!). By the way "Fremd Sprachen und Nueu Medien" means "Foreign Language and New Media" in Danish (or something like that) according to Babelfish Zune revelations coming Nov 13, Collaboration at playdecide.org new dimensions of gaming- don't miss this exciting episode filled with resources, inspiring discussion and lots of classroom ideas. Make us your the center of YOUR ed tech Universe: www.teacherspodcast.org. A new generation of EdTech professional development. Contact us at teacherspodcast@gmail.com or comment at the website/blog OR leave a message with MyChingo on the website. We appreciate our great audience and fans - we are here for you as The Teachers' Podcast. More Ed Tech You Can Always Use Today and Tomorrow. Our feed is www.teacherspodcast.org/feed.xml Produced and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, Gura and King, (2007)


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The Teachers Podcast Episode 4: Social Networking from Sputnik to Smartphones for Students, teacherspodcast@gmail.com

Sun, 28 Oct 2007 11:00:00 -0500

Welcome to The Teachers Podcast Episode 4 Science and Social Networking from Sputnik to Smart Phones for Students. Live from New Jersey, your local satellite, and as always www.teacherspodcast.org. a new generation of EdTech professional development. Myspace to Microsoft; Cell phones to MyChingo ringing with listener comments; Firefly, Wherifone and TicTalk to slimmed down Treos; virtual Smithsonian, Scholastic Bookflix to webkins! This week a constellation of resources: news articles on Sputnik's 50th anniversary, Smart Phones for Students, Computerized Testing of Higher Order Thinking Skills?, Social Networking Abounds, free online data storage from Microsoft, the Smithsonian's new Virtual African American History Museum: all part of the conversation of EdTech you can use! This innovative production is a New Generation of Ed Tech PD: News, views, research and resources you can use are featured in every episode of The Teachers Podcast. The popular podcasting team of Mark Gura and Dr. Kathy King are teachers, ed tech experts, authors and professors. This is PD which includes fun, abundant resources and crisp insight from the perspective of what you can use today and tomorrow. Make www.teacherspodcast.org your new home for educational resources and pd. Email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com The Teachers Podcast is supported and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, King and Gura an innovative education team. (2007)


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The Teachers Podcast Episode 3: PD on Demand-Your Front Row Seat!, teacherspodcast@gmail.com, www.teacherspodcast.org

Mon, 15 Oct 2007 01:00:00 -0500

The Directors' Commentary and insights from the PNME Expo- PD on Demand-Your Front Row Seat!teacherspodcast@gmail.com, Check out this innovative feature as we bring you the best of the conference. Guest spots by Dan Bach, of Dan's Mathcast, and Dr Joselyn Todd. Don't miss the latest about Nokia developments with podcasting, ed tech and podcasting and Ask a NInja? A New Generation of Ed Tech PD: News, views, research and resources you can use are featured in every episode of The Teachers Podcast. The popular podcasting team of Mark Gura and Dr. Kathy King are teachers, ed tech experts, authors and professors. This is PD which includes fun, abundant resources and crisp insight from the perspective of what you can use today and tomorrow. Make www.teacherspodcast.org your new home for educational resources and pd. Email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com The Teachers Podcast is supported and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, King and Gura an innovative education team. (2007)


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The Teachers Podcast Episode 2: Pushing the Paradigm: 21st Century Learning, Zeno, Learning not Plaigirism and Resources, teacherspodcast@gmail.com, www.teacherspodcast.org

Mon, 01 Oct 2007 19:00:00 -0500

21st Century Learning, Zeno, Learning not Plaigirism and Resources, teacherspodcast@gmail.com, A New Generation of Ed Tech PD: News, views, research and resources you can use are featured in every episode of The Teachers Podcast. The popular podcasting team of Mark Gura and Dr. Kathy King are teachers, ed tech experts, authors and professors. This is PD which includes fun, abundant resources and crisp insight from the perspective of what you can use today and tomorrow. Make www.teacherspodcast.org your new home for educational resources and pd. Email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com The Teachers Podcast is supported and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, King and Gura an innovative education team. (2007)


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The Teachers Podcast Episode 1: Reasons to be Cheerful: NCLB Trends, IPhone, Zune, Join us at: www.teacherspodcast.org

Mon, 17 Sep 2007 19:00:00 -0500

A New Generation of Ed Tech Professional Development for Educators is Here! News, views, research and resources you can use are featured in every episode of The Teachers Podcast. The popular podcasting team of Mark Gura and Dr. Kathy King are teachers, ed tech experts, authors and professors. Note that this is not your usual podcast, nor PD experience. Instead it includes fun, abundant resources and crisp insight from the perspective of what you can use today and tomorrow. Make www.teacherspodcast.org your new home for educational resources and pd. Email: teacherspodcast@gmail.com The Teachers Podcast is supported and copyrighted by Transformation Education LLC, King and Gura an innovative education team. (2007)


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 3 Ep 102 9/11/07 Video in a Digiatl World: Video, Video Video and A Change of Heart!Email:podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Tue, 11 Sep 2007 19:00:00 -0500

After an unexpected podcasting hiatus, this week Mark and Kathy find themselves immersed in a world of educational opportunities defined by digital video. The timing is perfect for reflecting on changes in the intellectual/educational environment as they share their plans for how they'll change their podcasting activities, deepening and enriching them with major changes soon to come! Announcing the birth of a new generation of ed tech pd on demand: The Teachers'Podcast at www.teacherspodcast.org with your favorite cohosts. The Companion book for Mark and Kathy's podcast: Podcasting for Teachers by Mark Gura and Dr. King is published by Information Age Publishing. PFT recommends ordering this book directly from Information Age for the best service! www.infoagepub.com. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! Time is running out http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Fordham's master's in adult education and HRD online degree program www.fordham.edu/gse/aded, www.TransformationEducation.com, and Libsyn.com


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 101 8/20/07 Dog Day Gems: Art, Literacy, Tech and Fingertip Knowledge with New Millennials! Abundant Resources for Summer PD: Storyboarding, PING and Link Checking Email:podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Mon, 20 Aug 2007 11:00:00 -0500

Enjoy episode 101- we are heading on 1 week vacations and will be back with year 3 on 9/3/07. There is plenty to catch up on! In this episode...Illustration and Storyboarding to promote literacy learning, "pinging" your blog, and using technology to ferret out those dead links in school and teacher websites. This week Mark and Kathy find themselves in a productive, late august, dog day brain space - a place somewhere between hunkering down to real work and sitting on the porch spitting watermelon seeds. With one foot still firmly planted in summer vacation and the other in thoughts about the coming school year, they take one last dip in the pool, kicking up heady reflections on Ed Tech and sharing some their favorite, easiest to use, and most significant, free resources. Catch the mood while it lasts. Next stop will be a back-to-school rally of renewed energy and new (school) year's resolutions. And don't miss out on our OTTERBOX Raffle. The Companion book for Mark and Kathy's podcast: Podcasting for Teachers by Mark Gura and Dr. King is published by Information Age Publishing. PFT recommends ordering this book directly from Information Age for the best service! www.infoagepub.com. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! Time is running out http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Fordham's master's in adult education and HRD online degree program www.fordham.edu/gse/aded, www.TransformationEducation.com, and Libsyn.com


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 100 8/13/07 Celebrating 21st Century Skills, Teachers and our 100th Episode: From PD with Podcasting, to PFT Evolution, YouTube, and NCLB Email:podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Mon, 13 Aug 2007 11:00:00 -0500

Marking a major milestone, Kathy and Mark take a victory lap to luxuriate in ruminations about having put 100 (count 'em) episodes of PFT out into the world. Listen as they review the roller coaster ups and downs of taking a brand new technology out for a professional spin. Now, 100 episodes, 3 million+ downloads, and a raft of cyber bruises, awards, interviews, 'ah ha's, revelations, and gray hairs later, what's been learned, gained, experienced and remains to be achieved? (or something like that:) Items discussed this week include: NCLB, Podcasting on the go and changing school culture, blogs, wikis, YouTube parody, fun resources and plenty of digging deeper ed tech resources from both Mark and Kathy. Including introduction of the PFT mascots as they eagerly await the birthday cake 100th episode? You can hear their antics at times. And don't miss out on our OTTERBOX Raffle. The Companion book for Mark and Kathy's podcast: Podcasting for Teachers by Mark Gura and Dr. King is published by Information Age Publishing. PFT recommends ordering this book directly from Information Age for the best service! www.infoagepub.com. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! Time is running out http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Fordham's master's in adult education and HRD online degree program www.fordham.edu/gse/aded, www.TransformationEducation.com, Libsyn.com and Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 99 8/5/07 Summer Blogging Pd- Educational Blogging Tips and Fun, PFT Spotlights from Listeners, the XO aka 100 dollar laptop and much more, Email:podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 05 Aug 2007 21:00:00 -0500

New raffle this week and Mark and Kathy share lots and lots of informative bloggin' fun: enjoying listener and colleague blogs, creating blogs, and reflecting on the 'how to' and value of blogs for teachers. No 'blog fading" here! Gain some PFT power a la Google! A host of PFT Spotlight from our PFT Listeners. News items this week include Martha Stewart advising geeks; YouTube and the Democratic debates, and the new generation of the 100 dollar laptop the XO- up close and personal from Mark. See PFT website for Otterbox raffle. Special PFT Summer advice: back up your blogs and other content before the Internet Crashes! PFT Geek of the Week: Martha Stewart (No Kidding!). "it's a good (and tech rich) thing!" Oh, and to round out the fun, YouTube alters the course of human existence, too :) Companion blog for Mark and Kathy's classroom robotics book: a new robotics blog (classroomrobotics.blogspot.com); the Classroom Robotics BOOK by Mark Gura and Dr. King is published by Information Age Publishing. PFT recommends ordering this book directly from Information Age for the best service! www.infoagepub.com. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! Time is running out http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Fordham's master's in adult education and HRD online degree program www.fordham.edu/gse/aded, www.TransformationEducation.com, Libsyn.com and Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 98 7/30/07 Sum-mer-time, and the livin' is. Podcast Contest Winner Interview - More Resources from NECC, Article about Second Life- and Summer PD Resource: Conversation with Dr. Megan Poore from Australian National University's "Skill Soup" podcast, Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Mon, 30 Jul 2007 11:00:00 -0500

This week Kathy and Mark paddle out further, exploring the deep end of the virtual pool: sampling more inspirational flotsam from the exhibit floor of NECC, and finally reaching the shore of Second Life's educational islands. Discussions and resources in this episode include Second Life, findings from the NECC Conference floor such as One2OneMate, Education City, Thinkfinity.org, Adora Svitak (tech using 9 year old published author), Sharology/Nicholas, Foundation Pokemon Learning League, (Tabula Digita) Dimension Multiplayer Educational Game Tournament Program AND GIF animator. Don't miss the amazing resources discussed and packed into this episode. Companion blog for Mark and Kathy's classroom robotics book: a new robotics blog (classroomrobotics.blogspot.com); the Classroom Robotics BOOK by Mark Gura and Dr. King is published by Information Age Publishing. PFT recommends ordering this book directly from Information Age for the best service! www.infoagepub.com. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! Time is running out. http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Fordham's master's in adult education and HRD online degree program www.fordham.edu/gse/aded, www.TransformationEducation.com, Libsyn.com and Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 97 7/23/07 NECC Wrap Up Part II: Media Literacy, New Resource Announcement (re: Classroom Robotics), the Skinny on Integrating Art and Technology in All Subjects, Otter Box Review and More, Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 22 Jul 2007 18:00:00 -0500

Don't miss an awesome episode from Kathy and Mark as they not only continue to give you the run down on their scouting of resources at NECC, but provide terrific summer PD for the PFT family. Mark and Kathy run down items that reached out from behind the vendor booths and grabbed their attention: the good, the sad, and the mediocre. JPG? GIF? The rules are made to be probed as all teachers become art integrating teachers and all classrooms transform into art rooms through the use of user friendly, free tech resources. And what about that new blog, CLASSROOM ROBOTICS? Media Literacy, New Resource Announcement (re: Classroom Robotics), the Skinny on Integrating Art and Technology in All Subjects, Otter Box Review and More. From Google's Picasa, to open source GIMP, ArtRage, SRA Science Photo Library, SRA Tech Knowledge, Quark Xpress, and the National Center for Women in Information Technology to a new robotics blog (classroomrobotics.blogspot.com), don't miss the amazing resources discussed and packed into this episode. The Classroom Robotics BOOK by Mark Gura and Dr. King is published by Information Age Publishing. PFT recommends ordering this book directly from Information Age for the best service! www.infoagepub.com. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! Time is running out. http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Fordham's master's in adult education and HRD online degree program www.fordham.edu/gse/aded, www.TransformationEducation.com, Libsyn.com and Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 96 7/16/07 NECC Wrap Up Part I: Basking in Afterglow of the Conference, iPhone Review, Great Resources from Our Research at NECC, Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 15 Jul 2007 16:00:00 -0500

This week Kathy and Mark mine their cranial memory centers, recapitulating the excitement and significance of NECC. With so much to remember and celebrate about this past June's awesome gathering in Atlanta, they distill their impressions, experiences, and ah ha's down to an intoxicating blend of high spirits and inspiring insights.Resources include curriciulum for students on intellectual property and copyrights, iPHONE review, keynote reflections, Second Life and other ISTE networking opportunities empowered with the web 2.0 and more. They share the important lessons they learned in podcasting their NECC workshop and weigh in on the iPhone phenomenon. Don't most the PFT presentation from NECC in EPisode 95 and the additional resources available in the Podcasting for Teachers BOOK by Dr. King and Mark Gura published by Information Age Publishing and now available for purchase. PFT recommends ordering this book directly from Information Age for the best service! www.infoagepub.com. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! Time is running out. http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Fordham's master's in adult education and HRD online degree program www.fordham.edu/gse/aded, www.TransformationEducation.com, Libsyn.com and Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 95 7/9/07 Mark and Kathy at ISTE NECC: Podcasting for PD: Enjoy our Meeting with New and Familiar PFT Listeners at this Year's NECC Presentation, Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Mon, 9 Jul 2007 11:00:00 -0500

Join in the experience as Mark and Kathy present at 2007 NECC conference in Atlanta. This interactive session features the topic of Podcasting for Proefssional Development. It also has a companion PowerPoint presentation posted on our website at www.podcastforteachers.org. This episode includes the story of PFT, a stunning announcement, from beginning to advanced podcasting, guidance and instruction on podcasting for education and professional development of educators, perspectives and conceptual models, equipment setups, great examples of PD podcasts, podcast production process, copyright topics, podsafe music and MORE! Podcasting mysteries are solved, Questions from the participants fielded and an even more indepth presentation and resource guide is available in the Podcasting for Teachers BOOK by Dr. King and Mark Gura published by Information Age Publishing and now available for purchase. PFT recommends ordering this book directly from Information Age for the best service! www.infoagepub.com. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! Time is running out. http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include TransformationEducation.com, Libsyn.com and Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 94 7/2/07 Evidence is in the Excellence: Podcast Winner Interview, Honorable Mentions Announced and Summer Topics Revealed for Continuing Pain-Free Professional Learning, Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Mon, 2 Jul 2007 23:00:00 -0500

This week the PFT Spotlight is on excellent teacher work! Kathy and Mark interview Dr. Stephanie Chasteen of the Science Exploratorium and Science Teaching Tips Podcast. She is a winner of the 2nd Annual PFT Best Educational Podcast Awards. And we do not stop there! We also present the Honorable Mentions from the competition including Treasure Chest, Bookwink, Finding the Centroid of a Triangle, Omnibus and The Teaching for the Future Podcast. Wrapping up the discussion is the long awaited revelation of this year's summer HOT TOPICS for your continuing learning over the summer. While you carry us along on your motorbike, mountain bike, in your back pack or purse, take us to the beach, mountains, backyard pool or even to summer school check out what Mark and Kathy have in stor for the sumemr fun! Can you guess ahead of time? Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! Time is running out. http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Fast-Lane.net, TransformationEducation.com, Libsyn.com and Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 93 6/25/07 Literacy: Digital, Print, and Web and its Current Adoption Patterns, Meet us at NECC, Safari, Vista and More; Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 24 Jun 2007 23:00:00 -0500

This week Kathy and Mark reflect on a raft of new instructional content items, formats, tools to use them - and ways learners consume and learn with them. This latest snapshot of how the world is poised to change profoundly for teachers and learners is guaranteed to elicit genuine ah ha's, YES! and head nods. The inside scoop on Apple's Windows=based released on Safari, more updates on Vista, tech innovations from the Book Expo only heard on PFT and don't miss the insghts on web users' behavior. Understand your students of today and tomorrow- terrific info and discussion with Mark and Kathy. Don't forget to meet us at NECC Tues, June 26 2pm! Resources also include new online resources from ASCED and Kathy's column in About.com: Podcasting in Education. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Fast-Lane.net, TransformationEducation.com, Libsyn.com and Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 92 6/18/07 Choices with Ed Tech: Excellence or Failure: Mr. Wizard, Best Educational Podcast Awards, Plagiarism and ASCD's New Online Resource, Meet us at NECC, Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 17 Jun 2007 20:00:00 -0500

A Shining Star's Last Twinkle, Best Podcast Awards, and Trouble in River City and Meet us at NECC! This week Kathy and Mark respectfully and enthusiastically honor some of the highest of high points in the uses of technology for education, as well as lament a low, low, low for contrast. PFT SPOTIGHT Congratulations to this year's PFT Best Educational Podcast Awards Winners: Skill Soup - Award for Best Higher Education Podcast, Megan Poore and Darien Williams of the Academic Skills and Learning Centre, Australian National University; Science Teaching Tips, Award for Best Professional Development Podcast Stephanie Chasteen, Ph. D. of the Exploratorium Teacher Institute; Mrs. Horton's School of Advanced Art, Award for Best Teacher Created Podcast, Anita Horton of the Trinity Christian Academy. The Passing of Don Herbert, affectionately known as Mr. Wizard. Study in outrageous contrasts - Google takes a stand, National Honor Society and Superintendent's Plagiarised Speech. Don't forget to meet us at NECC Tues, June 26 2pm! Resources also include new online resources from ASCED and Kathy's column in About.com: Podcasting in Education. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Fast-Lane.net, Libsyn.com and Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 91 6/11/07 Learning Through Listening, NCTE Inbox, and Mining the Gap: Plenty of Resources and Tour of News Items: iTunes U (PFT vindicated), Grad Casts, Robots and Scratch, Tech Update on VISTA, Digital Divide (articles), Brain and a Book, Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 10 Jun 2007 17:00:00 -0500

This week Kathy and Mark continue probing the teaching, learning, achievement, and Instructional Technology gaps that block the highway to 21st Century learning. Sifting instructional gems from mountains of "edu-junk", they observe student robots hauling nuggets of learning to the surface, watch a fellow traveler just beginning to"Scratch" the surface as he excavates a well worn book for old/new tech news, and applaud accomplished diggers busy mining deep veins of ore for meaning. Mining the Gap: iTunes University (PFT vindicated), Learning Through Listening, Grad Casts, Robots andScratch, Tech Update on VISTA, Digital Divide (articles), Brain and a Book reaction! PFT Spotlight on News, Views and Resources you can USE! Resources include Scratch, scores of articles, Vista update, iTunes University, NCTE inbox and Kathy's column in About.com: Podcasting in Education. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Libsyn.com and Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 90 6/4/2007, Global Student Laptop Wars: Classroom Skype Visits, $100 Student Laptops vs Intel's Classmate, Classroom SKYPE Visits, Blogging, Learning Resources, Wi-Fi and Vista, Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 03 Jun 2007 20:00:00 -0500

Global Student Laptop Wars. This week Kathy and Mark file another report from the front of the Revolution in Teaching and Learning. As the 100 dollar laptops arrive in the New World, indications are that progress is being made from Moose Jaw to Uruguay: Universities reinvent Computer Science by implementing little blue "toy" robots, first graders author blogs, and new devices hit the market promising educational innovations that even their manufacturers haven't dreamt of yet. PFT Spotlight with a Classroom Skype Visits. $100 Student Laptops and Intel's Competitor the Classmate, Museum Websites as Learning Resources, Keyboarding and Blogging in the Classroom, Devices that Share Ed Resources via WiFi, and much. Resources include museum websites, Sansa Connect MP3 player with wi-fi power, Vista updates (conflicts with iTunes!) and Kathy's column in About.com: Podcasting in Education. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Libsyn.com and Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 89 5/28/2007, Tech Tips, Leaps and Global Crossings: Vista, iTunes, Hyperjump into Education Future, Cross the Rubicon, Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Mon, 28 May 2007 12:00:00 -0500

Keeping Our Students Competitive in the Global Knowledge-based Economy, Round Up on iTunes, Podcasts, and VISTA. This week Kathy and Mark cross the Rubicon, dive into VISTA, blast iTunes, and hyper jump into the future of Education. Along the way they rev up their processors with Google Gadgets while humming "Another One Bites the Dust." Ending up in Jordan, a nation that is rapidly distinguishing itself as a model of technology-driven education reform, they reflect on Mark's interview with the Minister of Education in the current CONVERGE Magazine. Resources include Google gadgets, Windows siderbar gadgets, Vista features, Kathy's column in About.com about podcasting in education - part 2 about digital natives. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Libsyn.com and Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 88 5/21/2007, The Mother Lode: Classroom Content at Your Fingertips and in Your Ears - Skype, Hype, and Electronic Leashes. Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Mon, 21 May 2007 10:00:00 -0500

This week Mark and Kathy marvel at Podcasts for Eggheads, new old news about the availability of course casts as entertainment for lifelong learners, knowledge geeks, and those who think eavesdropping on Physics 101 is a good way to spend time. After loosening Dick and Jane's digital leash, they reflect on the work of colleagues who use Skype and its helper Pamela and the many ways it can be used to expand teaching and learning. Excellent discussion on the meaning and instructional strategies of teaching and learning for young adults brought to light through the coursecasting debate! Lots of great illustrations from the news and expreience - wht is the impact of texting on student writiing? You be the professional deliberator in this hot topic! PFT Spotlight on Russ and Barbara from Michigan- hear listener application of SKYPE. Please take the PFT survey and you will have a chance to win a handheld digital recorder! http://www.retc.fordham.edu/pftdata/pftsurvey.asp OR at our website click SURVEY. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name`and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Libsyn.com and Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 87 5/14/2007, Beyond the Basics and through the Laptop Portal: BONUS Resources: Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, Don't Throw the Learning Baby Out..Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 13 May 2007 22:00:00 -0500

Don't throw that learning baby out with the bathwater! (aka misguided expectations of laptops)! Bonus resources for 1-to-1 computing included. Chance to win in our PFT Survey- see website link. This week Kathy and Mark sound off about the laptop controversy created by a recent NY Times article. Luddites, Naysayers, and Old Paradigm Dominant Thinkers beware - clarity of thought prevails! From 3 Dimensional printers to video games in the school gym, to new robotics materials for teaching and learning, technology continues to assert itself as THE platform for learning in the 21st Century. Some great resources suggested by listeners in our PFT Spotlight round out the discussion with perceptions about TeacherTube and WritersTools. Check the website for links mentioned in this episode and, as promised, all of Mark's and Kathy's books. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name`and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham University, King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Libsyn.com, Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 86 5/7/2007, Gear for Podcasting in Education: Live from Podcamp NYC- From iPods to MP3s, Video to Mics and Mixers, Teachers , Podcasters and Professors Speak! Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 6 May 2007 20:00:00 -0500

We get the scoop on the tech, gear and reality of podcasting in the wild and wooly life in the trenches of classroom and podcasting experience! Mark and Kathy meet with their colleagues to provide an information-packed episode with a dynamic audience of teacher participation and experience at Podcamp New York City April 7, 2007. Now broadcast in this episode. Join in the fun and excitement even if you were not there and enjoy the memories if you were! From tech suggestions, to questions, raffles, and Bonjour Monsieur learning can be collaborative, groundbreaking and fun with your PFT family. PFT Spotlight with classroom examples from Kinderteacher Kathy Shield and tech suggestions from Whole Lot of Nonsense Podcast! What can you find in this episode? What do you need to podcast? What works? What doesn't? How much do you need to spend to get started? What microphones do teachers like? And for what purposes? What digital recorders? What mixers? What recording and editing software? Check the website for links and graphics. Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name`and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006-2007.All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Libsyn.com, Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 85 4/30/2007, Viral Videos and Free Resources, TeacherTube, and More Come to School, Astounding Announcement, Podcamp Excerpts on Teacher Motivation and Review of Adobe CS3! Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 29 Apr 2007 23:00:00 -0500

Catch the educator-made video virus that's going around. Highly infectious strains, like the new free resource TeacherTube, keep breaking out, promising a virtual pandemic of educational progress. Fevers run high as this episode of PFT covers: PFT Spotlight on Chris Smith's Blogforest, Youtube's education portal: Teachertube, PFT Announcement- can you guess? Bill Gates on to the worldwide democratization with 3 dollar software, Teacher excerpts from Podcamp NYC session- join the fun and discussion about teacher motivation to learn technology. Plus another ed tech review- Adobe Creative Suite 3. Participate in the PFT sruvey- chance to win a digital recorder. Where is Madonna and FTP Anonymous? Have YOU left your mark on the PFT Frappr map? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Libsyn.com, Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 84 4/23/2007, Back from CAMP (Podcamp): News on Virginia Tech and Media, Resources from Listeners, Product Review- SnapKast and the Podfamous, PodCurious and Podfans of PFT, Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Mon, 23 Apr 2007 07:00:00 -0500

Join in discussions and tour of resources with Kathy and Mark- from Podcamp to Virgina Tech and the Meida to dissections by students and podcasts by teachers. We're back from PodCamp with memories, snapshots, and virtual souvenirs. This week we reflect on lessons learned at the biggest podcasting event ever - so much learned as listeners, colleagues, fellow podcasters, and kindred spirits shared ideas, discoveries, and the desire to push the educational envelope with us. Some outstanding free resources for tech using educators round out this episode.Action itmes- Tell it like it is on the SUrvy and leave your mark on the FT Frappr map! See the website for links. Shout outs to PFT listeners who met us at NYC podcamp, who's on first and just who is this "Brother Love"? Newsflash: May 1, 2007 Deadline PFT Best Ed Podcast Contest continues until "May Day" 2007. Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Libsyn.com, Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Eps 82 and 83 4/09/2007, Earth Day Special for Every Teacher, Double Episode: Free Resources for Science, Literacy, and Social Studies: with Items from NASA, USA Today, Your Expedition.com, EarthWatch Institute and DoSomething.org, Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Mon, 9 Apr 2007 22:15:00 -0500

Earth Day Double Episode - Earth Day Special with resources for every teacher- Kathy and Mark present robust resources, always insight and humor on discussing our planet and helping every teacher to get ready to celebrate with their classes. A bushelful of free teaching resources across the curriculum. From the Sun to a street corner in Harlem, Ed Tech is enriching the lives of Earthlings who teach and learn. From lesson plans to resources, and tracking a worldwide trek to simulations to sample of items covered also include: NASA, NOAA, teaching and student fellowships, Your Expedition, Frappr,interactive atlases, japanese food? and teacher exemplars. Newsflash: May 1, 2007 Deadline PFT Best Ed Podcast Contest continues until "May Day" 2007. Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Libsyn.com, Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 81 4/02/2007,Free Food, Resources and YouTube Controversy: Cable in the Classroom, Web Authoring Freebie, Podcamp and Blogs, Blogs, Blogs, Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 1 Apr 2007 19:15:00 -0500

This week Kathy and Mark celebrate the EdTech good guys, review a few global happenings that are sure to impact classroom tech use, track down some hot prospects, and get some Good Eats (Alton Brown's Podcast). PFT Survey unveiled- join in the experience and chance to win! Don't forget to meet Kathy and Mark at Podcamp NYC. Items discussed this week include: Turkey Pulls the Plug on YouTube, Copyright wars, students buying books, supes honored, NAEP makes the grade, Great free resources! Thanks to Eric a PFT listener for a web authoring tool- free. Also upcoming reviews on PFT- SnapKast and Tool Factory Podcasting. Podcamp NYC: join Kathy and Mark, podcast listeners and podcasters for the unconference April 6-7, 2007 http://www.podcampnyc.org May 1, 2007 Deadline PFT Best Ed Podcast Contest continues until "May Day" 2007. Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Libsyn.com, Learningtimes.net


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 80 3/26/2007,Inconvenient Truth: 3D Penguins to Global Issues, Check Out the PFT Frappers, MapleStory, Adobe, Kodak and Free Resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 25 Mar 2007 19:15:00 -0500

Reviews of Inconvenient Truth with Mark and Kathy. This week Kathy and Mark hyperlink themselves around the evolving intellectual landscape our New Millennials are taking charge of. They visit virtual hangouts, observe real activities kids participate in there, and share resources adults can use to engage them with on this new digital turf. Convenient or inconvenient, there are new truths for educators to embrace. Feedback from listeners about Olympus recorders and their uses. This week discussions span virtual worlds in Club Penguin, parent concenrs, student brillance and opportunities. Is there a collision of worlds? Great educational resources to use with Al Gore's Inconvenient Truth and its commentary on technology use in our culture. Also free resources from Kodak and Adobe Digital Kids Club and others abound. And when you thought you knew what was happening there are flying bichons, flying penguins and much much more, all on PFT. Podcamp NYC: join Kathy and Mark, podcast listeners and podcasters for the unconference April 6-7, 2007 http://www.podcampnyc.org May 1, 2007 Deadline PFT Best Ed Podcast Contest continues until "May Day" 2007. Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Libsyn.com, Learningtimes.net .


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 79 3/19/2007, Free Resources Abound - Podcasting Gear, Feeds and Flakes: Olympus, PageFlages, C-SPan, National Geographics, the Squidman? Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 18 Mar 2007 16:15:00 -0500

Technology continues to become richer and richer in what it offers students and teachers. It's high time to tap this "MVP's" potential. This week Kathy and Mark continue their work in helping Tech put its best foot forward by highlighting a raft of new items ready to make teaching and learning fresh and exciting. This week's talent roster includes: C-Span, TryEngineering.org, the Squidman, Pageflakes, Kidsnews, Olympus recorder review, and much much more. Podcamp NYC: join Kathy and Mark, podcast listeners and podcasters for the unconference April 6-7, 2007 http://www.podcampnyc.org May 1, 2007 Deadline PFT Best Ed Podcast Contest continues until "May Day" 2007. Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved. Our sponsors include Libsyn.com, Learningtimes.net .


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 78 3/11/2007, Mind-Bending, Read - Write - Podcast - Think - Learn!: Podscope, Teen Tech Week and Books Galore, Email Podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sat, 10 Mar 2007 23:15:00 -0500

This week scores of short takes provide revealing and thought provoking views of the educational landscape. Join your guides, Kathy and Mark, on an EdTech travelogue flyover visiting Teen Tech Week, a Tech Leadership Reminder for New York City's Mayor, Video iPods for Sign Language-based Instruction - Podscope - Publishers Online Book Browsing - and more mind-bending experiences! Classroom robotics book information from your PFT podcast hostsvia www.infoagepub.com. And of course- Podcamp NYC: join Kathy and Mark, podcast listeners and podcasters for the unconference April 6-7, 2007 http://www.podcampnyc.org May 1, 2007 Deadline PFT Best Ed Podcast Contest continues until "May Day" 2007. Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006-2007. All rights reserved.


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 77 3/5/2007, Salute to Special Ed, Math Teaching, and Global Trends, Kathy and Mark Let Their Hair Down: Second Life - Disney - Wikipedia - Shambles.net, Email Podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 04 Mar 2007 18:15:00 -0500

Kathy and Mark select news items to riff on that reveal their interests, passions, and concerns about the state and future of education. They shine the PFT Spotlight on exemplary work of colleagues from around the world. Join them as they share insights and reflections and blow off a little steam. Items discussed this week include: from Korea- students pick teahcers off the web, USA Today reports about Disney- Safer cyper playrooms, CBS investing in Second Life and Electronic Sheep, More reliable Wikipedia in the works, Educause report on ed tech trends to watch. PFT Spotlight and discussion- Thailand and Southeast Asia issues in iTunes- kudos to work of Shambles,net; Dans mathcast- excellent math teaching and learning resource. Extended discussion about special ed report from ASCD- experience with technology and special ed and special salute to special ed educators using technology; synchronous PD. example that lights the way with Learningtimes.net And of course- Podcamp NYC: join Kathy and Mark, podcast listeners and podcasters for the unconference April 6-7, 2007 http://www.podcampnyc.org May 1, 2007 Deadline PFT Best Ed Podcast Contest continues until "May Day" 2007. Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your views on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com Past episodes through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006-2007."More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow from Podcast for Teachers(sm)!" All rights reserved.


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 76 2/26/2007, It's Sinking In! Digital Media with Value from Podcasting to Film and Assessment: Virtual High Five! Email Podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 25 Feb 2007 18:15:00 -0500

Mark and Kathy shout out a Virtual High Five! This week's observations turn up much to be optimistic about. From cutting edge toy designers to denizens of the most conservative corners of education, evidence is emerging that they're "getting it." Is technology-based relevance in what we offer 21st Century learners right around the corner? Even developments in assessment this week move Kathy and Mark to share a virtual high five! Items covered include: PFT at the ISTE NECC Conference- our workshop; PFT Spotlight on podcasts and resources, news items spanning fake snow days to plugged-in toys and MySpace.com, and of course- Podcamp NYC: join Kathy and Mark, podcast listeners and podcasters for the unconference April 6-7, 2007 http://www.podcampnyc.org May 1, 2007 Deadline PFT Best Ed Podcast Contest continues untill "May Day" 2007. Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your views on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com Past episodes through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006-2007."More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow from Podcast for Teachers(sm)!" All rights reserved.


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 75 2/19/2007 Augmented Reality, New Standards and Students Online: Ed Tech Resources, Progress and Commentary, Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 18 Feb 2007 12:15:00 -0500

Kathy and Mark provide resources, insight and commentary on ed tech progress and events. Augmented reality coming to your classroom complete with GPS! Listen in. PFT Spotlight on teacher resource by Jeff Bradley of IPS and Slauson PodShow. Black History month resources from Scholastic. Free Podcamp NYC discussed- Join Kathy and Mark, podcast listeners and podcasters for the unconference April 6-7, 2007 http://www.podcampnyc.org New ISTE standards in draft stage. Students and online living- their practices and perspectives! PFT Best Ed Podcast Contest continues untill May 1, 2007. Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your views on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com Past episodes through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006-2007."More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow from Podcast for Teachers(sm)!" All rights reserved.


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 74 2/12/2007 The High Stakes of Ed Tech and Dr. D'Ag's Not To Be Missed Field Interview with Teacher and Students on Podcasting,Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 11 Feb 2007 16:15:00 -0500

The High Stakes of Ed Tech and Dr. D'Ag's Not To Be Missed Field Interview with Teacher and Students on Podcasting. Resources for Black History Month. PFT Spotlight on student podcasting musicians making front page news! Mark and Kathy get into some serious territory on ed tech issues and funding- lots of topics, resources and content packed in this episode. Fabulous field report of podcast audiobook used in 3rd grade- teacher and student perspectives-listen in on this great interview. Free Podcamp NYC discussed- Join Kathy and Mark, podcast listeners and podcasters for the unconference April 6-7, 2007 http://www.podcampnyc.org PFT Best Ed Podcast Contest continues untill May 1, 2007. Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your views on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com Past episodes through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006-2007."More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow from Podcast for Teachers(sm)!" All rights reserved.


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 73 2/05/2007 Spotlight on Ed Tech: Teachers, Robotics, Podcasting hits Prime Time and Tech on the Road, Email:podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 04 Feb 2007 19:15:00 -0500

Spotlight on Ed Tech: Teachers, Robotics, Podcasting hits Prime Time and Tech on the Road. Kathy and Mark are back after a 2 week adventure - very different sorts of adventures- listen in to the tech perspectives! Great ed tech tips and curriculum ideas from PFT Teachers in PFT Spotlight. Raffle winner announced. PFT Best Ed Podcast Contest continues till May 1, 2007. Resources span Snapz Pro, Library of Congress Summer Institutes, plenty of student robotics contests, robotics dancing and opportunities. Mark and Kathy's new edited book being released: Classroom Robotics: http://www.infoagepub.com. Don't miss out on much more on podcasting and ed opportunities from Byzantanine Rulers to Manic Mommies on Sienfield spinoff and How Grammar has become a hot topic? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your views on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com Past episodes through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006-2007."More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow from Podcast for Teachers(sm)!" All rights reserved.


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 72 1/22/ AND 1/29/07 Online Etiquette, Digital Diaries, and Laptops (Gaming too) Email: podcastforteachers@gmail.com

Sun, 25 Feb 2007 00:15:00 -0500

Online Etiquette, Digital Diaries, and Laptops (Gaming too): Kathy and Mark scour the latest EdTech news and riff, report, and rant on trends important and amusing. Devices, market trends, education innovations, and New Millennials observed as anthropological specimens all make it into the mix with PFT mascot solo included. Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Hear who wins the raffle in the next episode! Greatest news the full details of the 2nd Annual PFT Best Podcasting Education Awards were discussed today! Deadline 5/1/07 winners' program or school will also receive a $100 prize and a certificate of award. Web page has details PFTbestpodcastawards.html Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your take on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com Past episodes through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham Univ., King and Gura, 2006."More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow from Podcast for Teachers(sm)!" All rights reserved.


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 71 1/15/07 Part 2 Onward 2007 Top Fizzles and PFT Predictions: Year Ahead for Teaching and Learning

Sun, 25 Feb 2007 00:15:00 -0500

Part 2 Onward 2007 Top Fizzles and PFT Predictions: Year Ahead for Teaching and Learning. From iWannabee products to teacher social networking not taking off. What else make it to Mark and Kathy's Top Fizzle List of 2006? Then take a look in the PFT Digitla Crystal Ball for 2007 and Beyond- Could we see NCLB and 21st Century Learning heading off? Software and hardware predictions? and who is talking about a revolution in education? Tune in to your favorite weekly podcast with More Ed Tech You Can Use. Jan. 18th deadline for the voice recorder and MP3 raffle. Greatest news the full details of the 2nd Annual PFT Best Podcasting Education Awards were discussed today! Deadline 5/1/07 winners' program or school will also receive a $100 prize and a certificate of award. Web page has details PFTbestpodcastawards.html Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your take on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com Past episodes through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham RETC, Center for Professional Development, King and Gura, 2006."More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow from Podcast for Teachers(sm)!"All rights reserved.


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 70 1/8/07 Onward 2007 Part 1 Top 5 From Fab to Fizzles and PFT Predictions: Year in Review

Sun, 25 Feb 2007 00:15:00 -0500

Onward 2007 Part 1 Top 5 From Fab to Fizzles and PFT Predictions: Year in Review. PFT Round up- Top 5, Fizzles List, Digital Crystal Ball and Do We Have A Positronic Brain in Here? Surprises in the list . Would would you expect to find? More news and resources you can use. Greatest news the full details of the 2nd Annual PFT Best Podcasting Education Awards were discussed today! Deadline 5/1/07 winners' program or school will also receive a $100 prize and a certificate of award. Web page has details PFTbestpodcastawards.html Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your take on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com Past episodes through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham RETC, Center for Professional Development, King and Gura, 2006."More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow from Podcast for Teachers(sm)!"All rights reserved.


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 69 12/25/06 Holiday Treats and Tech Conversations Warm Up! Open Source and Open Tech From theClassroom to the Library and the Stars.

Mon, 25 Dec 2006 20:15:00 -0500

Holiday Astronomical Treat, Report from DRELC, Update on Assistive Technology, Shout out to PFT Listener Podcast, School Library Journal Resource and podcast. Open Source having its day in school? You can call it Open Technology we have called Open Source and have plenty ready for you! Astronomical treat and podcast on astronomy wonders introduced. Mark shares report on conversations in Arizona with Ed Tech leaders. Gcast, wikis and podcasts as web 2.0 realities for imaginations. Join in the discussion! Great PFT SPOTLIGHT 141 Podcast example of student involvement in podcasting and also teacher guiding use of podcasts for instructional applications. School Library Journal provides insight and resources for technology use. Appresso technologies includes a closed captioning application. Listeners can enter for 2nd chance to win by Jan 18, 2007 5pm EST deadline- SPOTLIGHT Send your unique ideas of how you use ed tech with teaching and learning with your students. We want to share it with PFT listeners and teachers more.Submission form and details are at www.podcastforteachers.org/pftspotlight.html Chance to win a digital voice recorder/mp3 player! Greatest news the full details of the 2nd Annual PFT Best Podcasting Education Awards were discussed today! Deadline 5/1/07 winners' program or school will also receive a $100 prize and a certificate of award. Web page has details PFTbestpodcastawards.html Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your take on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com Support PFT: You can buy your own Fordham RETC MP3 player/voice recorder combo for yourself or students and colleagues- bulk pricing available too visit http://www.retc.fordham.edu and for books http://www.infoagepub.com. Past episodes through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham RETC, Center for Professional Development, King and Gura, 2006."More Ed Tech You Can U[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 68 12/18/06 New Voices on the Net: Wikipedia Speaks, Ask A Ninja, Negraponte's Wiki and Google in the Classroom.

Mon, 18 Dec 2006 20:15:00 -0500

New Voices on the Net: Wikipedia Speaks, Ask A Ninja, Negraponte's Wiki and Google in the Classroom. New voices in the conversations on the Internet- major publuisher purchased by ed tech media company (Riverdeep), Google and Global SchoolNet build worldwide conversation and contributions to classroom materials about global warming. A tongue in cheek defnition of podcasting from an unusual source: Ask a Ninja helps us understand younger perspectives of new media. Broader understandings of possiblities for the Negroponte project (NY Times). Open conversations of development, innovation and programming- One hundred dollar laoptop prohject revealed in wiki by the founder. Discussing the possibilities for the Open Source movement to gain new exposure and understanding through this project. Wikipedia not only text contributions, but audio articles and PFT Spotlight listener winner Mrs. Gamache and Kinderplay. Listeners can enter for 2nd chance to win by Jan 18, 2007 5pm EST deadline- SPOTLIGHT Send your unique ideas of how you use ed tech with teaching and learning with your students. We want to share it with PFT listeners and teachers more.Submission form and details are at www.podcastforteachers.org/pftspotlight.html Chance to win a digital voice recorder/mp3 player! Greatest news the full details of the 2nd Annual PFT Best Podcasting Education Awards were discussed today! Deadline 5/1/07 winners' program or school will also receive a $100 prize and a certificate of award. Web page has details PFTbestpodcastawards.html Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your take on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com Support PFT: You can buy your own Fordham RETC MP3 player/voice recorder combo for yourself or students and colleagues- bulk pricing available too visit http://www.bxmedia.net/bxm0037-full.htm Past episodes through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org PFT's name and content is developed, produc[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 67 12/11/06 3D Views of The World and Education: Blogs, Science Education, Edutopia, About.com, Guest Interview with NASA Connection and DXing from Chile.

Sun, 10 Dec 2006 22:15:00 -0500

Compelling episode packed with debates,interview and resources and topics to push teaching and learning into new dimensions. Edutopia provides additional online features, earthshapes for student collaboration. About.com unveils column on Podcasting in Education by Dr. Kathy King. http://podcasting.about.com/od/podcastingineducation Mark and Kathy get into it about education and blogging- resources, rules and possibilities- jump into the fray with us! Legal, education, teachers and students blog,learn the world. Interview with science education curriculum design and professional developer- Glen Schuster of US Satellite Laboratories and 3D View innovative science education curriculum for grades 5 and 6. Funded by NASA. PFT spotlight on Chilepodcast- Spanish language learning, Chilean music, history of DX communications. Abundant resources, new perspectives for teaching, learning and curriculum. 2nd chance for our listeners Jan 18, 2007 5pm EST deadline- SPOTLIGHT Send your unique ideas of how you use ed tech with teaching and learning with your students. We want to share it with PFT listeners and teachers more.Submission form and details are at www.podcastforteachers.org/pftspotlight.html Chance to win a digital voice recorder/mp3 player! Greatest news the full details of the 2nd Annual PFT Best Podcasting Education Awards were discussed today! Deadline 5/1/07 winners' program or school will also receive a $100 prize and a certificate of award. Web page has details PFTbestpodcastawards.html Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your take on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com Support PFT: You can buy your own Fordham RETC MP3 player/voice recorder combo for yourself or students and colleagues- bulk pricing available too visit http://www.retc.fordham.edu and for books http://infoagepub.com. Past episodes through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org PFT's name and conte[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 66 12/04/06 Technology Gets Some Traction! Best Science Show from Cable? Mr Lincoln's T-Mail, Teacher Simulation Game and Questions about Info Literacy among the Millenials.

Mon, 04 Dec 2006 12:45:00 -0500

Technology Gets Some Traction! Traction in critical thinking that is! Covering ground as science excellence comes from the MythBusters on cable tv- hear Mark talk about how he is an enduring fan of this approach. Questioning common beliefs and assumptions! And Abe Lincoln as a traditional civil war general on horseback with spies only by foot? How about 1,000 telegrams to speed messages? Thinking outside the box of 1800's military traditions. Urgency for millennials to gain more skills in information literacy- where are they coming up short? What does it mean? Stirring discussion. Gaming again- this time with a twist! Games for teachers to learn clasrrom discipline and decision making. Simulation Aha! reviewed by Dr. Kathy King. Critical thinking, reflective practice, split second adrenaline, the good news is, you get to try again! Don't miss this! Dr. Ruby Payne created this simulation game. Chances for YOU to win with PFT- Dec 10 5pm EST deadline- SPOTLIGHT Send your unique ideas of how you use ed tech with teaching and learning with your students. We want to share it with PFT listeners and teachers more. Submission form and details are at www.podcastforteachers.org/pftspotlight.html You will have a chance to win a digital voice recorder/mp3 player! Finally the greatest news the full details of the 2nd Annual PFT Best Podcasting Education Awards were discussed today! Deadline 5/1/07 winners' program or school will also receive a $100 prize and a certificate of award. Web page has details PFTbestpodcastawards.html Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your take on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com Support PFT: You can buy your own Fordham RETC MP3 player/voice recorder combo for yourself or students and colleagues- bulk pricing available too visit http://www.retc.fordham.edu and for books http://infoagepub.com. Past episodes through our webs[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 65 11/27/06 The Kids Have All the News: Digital Media Kids in Control, You've Got Blog! Schools Learn from Students.

Mon, 27 Nov 2006 00:45:00 -0500

The Kids Have All the News: Digital Media Kids in Control, You've Got Blog! Schools Learn from Students. Social networking confounding schools; viral videos supporting science education; paperless classrooms. Is your email broken? wikis, blogs may be providing means to help us communicate without being run over? You've Got Mail or You've Got Blog? Update on 100 dollar laptop project; Mark's diatribe on psuedo-ed tech column. first edition PFT Spotlight- Kindergarten podcast- Small Voices. Also podcasting resource introduced by Kathy Podomatic www.podomatic.com. Send your unique ideas of how you use ed tech with teaching and learning with your students. We Want to spotlight our PFT listeners and teachers more. Submission form and details are at www.podcastforteachers.org/pftspotlight.html Deadline is 12/10/07 5pm. Finally the greatest news the >> full details of the 2nd Annual PFT Best Podcasting Education Awards were discussed today! Deadline 5/1/07 winners' program or school will also receive a $100 prize and a certificate of award. Web page has details PFTbestpodcastawards.html Buy your own Fordham RETC MP3 player/voice recorder combo go to http://www.retc.fordham.edu and for books http://infoagepub.com and support PFT. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your take on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com past episodes through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham RETC, Center for Professional Development, King and Gura, 2006."More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow from Podcast for Teachers(sm)!"All rights reserved.


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 64 11/20/06 Pilgrims'Progress: Second Life and Virtual Learning for Ed; Jamestown Live, PFT Celebrates with Contests: 1 Million Served thru PFT

Mon, 20 Nov 2006 00:45:00 -0500

Pilgrims'Progress: We've Gone Gold! Second Life for Education; Virtual Learning, Jamestown Live, PFT Celebrates with Spotlight Raffle. Discussion of Virtual world being used by some educators and youth groups for teaching, socialization and learn about their diseases, all the articles are listed on PFT resource page- created by StarLight Star Bright Association. Second Life is a robust game environment WORLD which has large following, Educators taking notice and gaining confidence youngster inspires and organises his town in creating successful ways to recycle computer waste. 13 year old school boy in Rhode Island teaches as ALL about responsibility- from a Sierra Club article- in our resource list. Great discussion about the webcast recording setting Jameston ALive Webcast held recently at Jamestown. Educators be sure to listen in and hear links for more items in the series yet to comme. These are related to the great work at Colonial Williamsburgh. Let the Celebration Begin! Instructions to enter in the raffle for the mp3 player/voice recorder combo in this episode. Send your unique ideas of how you use ed tech with teaching and learning with your students. We want to spotlight our teachers more- submission form and details are at www.podcastforteachers.org/pftspotlight.html Deadline is 12/10/07 5pm. In Addition Listen in to trickles of teases as we reveal how Mark will be becoming like Elvis very soon? can you imagine? We like to tease him. Finally the greatest news the full details of the 2nd Annual PFT Best Podcasting Education Awards were discussed today! Deadline 5/1/07 winners' program or school will also receive a $100 prize and a certificate of award. Web page has details PFTbestpodcastawards.html Buy your own Fordham RETC MP3 player/voice recorder combo go to http://www.retc.fordham.edu and for books http://infoagepub.com and support PFT. Don't forget until 11/25 you have 15% discount with ifrogz discount for our podca[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 63 11/13/06 Change is in the Air: Education, Science, Newspapers and Wikis, Can Video Games Save Education

Sun, 12 Nov 2006 23:45:00 -0500

Change is in the Air: Education, Science, Newspapers and Wikis, Can Video Games Save Education? Introducing Google's new wiki addition- Jotspot, also Kathy springs Google Gadgets on Mark! PFT Short Takes on Scottish acceptance of texting spelling, adoption of online newspaper publication for schools - benefits discussed along with publication process and memories. How many ways can we count change from the USA 2006 elections? Rousing roundhouse discussion with Mark and Kathy. and insights on new Mp3 and cellphone devices. And science, video games and visit to a medical center with students- great guest spot included! Dr. Todd from Cary Academy. PFT close to 1 million served! Get you Fordham RETC MP3 player combination voice recorder at http://www.retc.fordham.edu and for books http://infoagepub.com and support PFT. And iFrogz is calling: there is a 15 percent discount for our podcast listeners check www.podcastforteachers.org and use coupon code. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your take on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com OR Call-in and leave a voice mail at our toll free number 1-800-609-9006 x8055. Abundant resources and past episodes are available through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org Promonet- Ioda Alliance: Podsafe music available from independent musicians. PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham RETC, Center for Professional Development, King and Gura, 2006."More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow from Podcast for Teachers(sm)!"All rights reserved.


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 62 11/6/06 Tech Device Follies and Homeruns, Haptics, IE7 and Author Interview of Groundbreaking Book

Sun, 5 Nov 2006 18:20:16 -0500

Tech Device Follies and Homeruns, Haptics, IE7, and Author Interview of Groundbreaking Book. Kathy and Mark provide reviews and insights on new Mp3 and cellphone devices. Does Sandisk hit it out of the park with the Sansa e200 series? Are they homeruns or production follies? Educational applications of haptics- the sense of touch and education. What does Internet Explorer version 7 mean for RSS and what is RSS anyway? Pros and cons. Kathy give some options from Google and Feedreader while we wait for IE7 to finish cooking. New book available in the USA- International publication about multiple voices of education around the globe. Dr. Kathy King's newest book available at www.transformationed.com. Perspectives from China, Thailand, Egypt, Africa and more "Comparative Adult Educaiton around the Globe" Listen in on this premiere interview with Kathy- of course first on PFT Techpod. Jaws and more: digital options for blind and visually impaired. iLearn Radio podcaster Glenda Watson Hyatt of "I Can Do It Myself" provides some insight for us. And iFrogz is calling: there is a 15 percent discount for our podcast listeners check www.podcastforteachers.org and use coupon code. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your take on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com OR Call-in and leave a voice mail at our toll free number 1-800-609-9006 x8055. Abundant resources and past episodes are available through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org Promonet- Ioda Alliance: Podsafe music available from independent musicians. PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham RETC, Center for Professional Development, King and Gura, 2006."More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow from Podcast for Teachers(sm)!"All rights reserve[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 61 10/30/06 Ed Tech Spook Stories: From Creepy Stories to Virtual Body Snatchers, Baby Monsters, ifrogz Discount, Corel and Adobe Options, Tadpoles, and Nightmares

Sun, 29 Oct 2006 18:20:16 -0500

Ed Tech Spook Stories: From Creepy Stories to Virtual Body Snatchers, Baby Monsters, ifrogz Discount, Corel and Adobe Options, Tadpoles, and Nightmares. Check out 5th birthday of the iPod. Ed tech news items recount what may be digital finger pointing, virtual body snatching and KPK nightmares? Also Zachary online and other fun Halloween web resources. Collaborative story telling with children- My Baby Monsters- check out the discussion. iFrogz is calling: there is a 15 percent discount for our podcast listeners check www.podcastforteachers.org and use coupon code. Also listen for inside ribbit on the tadpole! More on Google for Educators from Mark and Kathy. Fordham's Mark, Dr. D'Ag and Dr. Tillman speak at 360 Degrees of Digital Conference, Net Day online Paradigm Shift and Graphic Arts software options from Corel and Adobe. Previous episodes of PFT not only available for downloading, but in a collectors and gift set of CD's - volumes 1,2 and 3. Enjoy the podcast that shares how these innovations are advancing and think with us about what it means for education. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your take on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com OR Call-in and leave a voice mail at our toll free number 1-800-609-9006 x8055. Abundant resources and past episodes are available through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org and the link there to our learningtimes.org community will open the way to additional features including fully searchable database of the episodes, posting feedback regarding episodes, other threaded discussion topics, file sharing and a media library. Promonet- Ioda Alliance: Podsafe music available from independent musicians. PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighte[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 60 10/23/06 Google for Educators, Fruit, ifrogz, and Substitute Teachers' Worst Nightmares

Sun, 22 Oct 2006 14:20:16 -0500

Top story of the week, great resources for teachers, Google for Educators. Listen in as Mark and Kathy discuss the advances, features and options addressed- for beginners and more advanced tech users. Write or call-in and let us know what you think of Google for Educators. Bx Radio gives us a parody with a "joke of the month" with some fruity tech humor- what will Apple challenge next? Will it be in the office, refrigerator or personal pronouns? Peter Yanke helps us keep a humorous perspective. Our friend Rob at Podcast411 gives the ever-balanced perspective also! Special treat ifrogz ipod covers, pick out color coordinated choices on the website, antistatic cover, screen protector. News item- how to guide students with technology, substitute teachers' worst nightmare. Great source of podsafe music Promonet- Ioda Alliance: independent music to download and use in student projects. Conference announcements:in NYC-360 Degrees of Digital ALSO virtual conference on podcasting. Purchase copies of the International Podcasting Expo CD - over 40 presentations at www.podcastforteachers.org. ALSO previous episodes of PFT not only available for downloading, but in a collectors and gift set of CD's - volumes 1,2 and 3- same webpage. Enjoy the discussion on how these innovations are advancing and think with us about what it means for education. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for all resources, articles and links at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Let us know your take on the news and resources Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com OR Call-in and leave a voice mail at our toll free number 1-800-609-9006 x8055. Abundant resources and past episodes are available through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org and the link there to our learningtimes.org community will open the way to additional feat[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 59 10/16/06 Netcast, Podcast, Webcast, Educators Get the Inside Scoop! From Rocketboom to Trucker Tom: Podcast Diversity and Resources Abound

Mon, 16 Oct 2006 12:20:16 -0500

Netcast, Podcast, Webcast, Educators Get the Inside Scoop! From Rocketboom to Trucker Tom: Podcast Diversity and Resources Abound. Heated debate about Leo LePorte's keynote- Apple lawsuits about "podcast," the diversity of this widely expanding medium! The Onion and Oxford Dictionary BOTH weigh in on Podcasting. Great resources introduced via Mark's pictorial perspective of the Expo- resources include flicker.com, portable microphones including tunetalk, edirol and iriver. PFT Listener comes to Mark's defense! Reflections on the diversity and depth of the medium that is changing the way we communicate- think about what our students expect. Meetups with podcast411.com, Dans MathCAst, EscapePod, iLearn Radio, Libsyn.com, Karin of Denmark, Rocketboom, the Podcast Brothers, Brother Love, ESL POD, Tech Teachers, Spodradio, IodaAlliance for podsafe music, Podcast Pickle, Podcast Alley and many many more. Enjoy the discussion on how these innovations are advancing and think with us about what it means for education. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for links. Let us know your take on the news and resources Find all the web resources mentioned on our PFT podcasts at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com OR Call-in and leave a voice mail at our toll free number 1-800-609-9006 x8055. Abundant resources and past episodes are available through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org and the link there to our learningtimes.org community will open the way to additional features including fully searchable database of the episodes, posting feedback regarding episodes, other threaded discussion topics, file sharing and a media library. PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham RETC, Center for Professional D[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, Vol 2 Ep 58 10/9/06 Sci Fi to ESL: Interview with Some of Our Favorite Podcasters- Escape Pod and ESL POD, Applications of Podcasting to Teaching and Learning, Genesis of Podcast Masters

Mon, 2 Oct 2006 00:20:16 -0500

Sci Fi to ESL: Interview with Some of Our Favorite Podcasters- Escape Pod and ESL POD, Applications of Podcasting to Teaching and Learning, Genesis of Podcast Masters. Within 10 days we have traveled to the supreme Podcast Expo on the west coast and Kathy had some back procedures.. this is an unusual episode with Kathy flying solo introducing our expo interviews with Steve Ely of Escape Pod: The Science Fiction Magazine and Dr. Jeff McQuillan, co-creator of ESL Podcast. Exciting insights into the reasons behind why people create podcasts and how they design them. Ideas for using Escape Pod for encouraging critical thinking, literary critique and encouraging your writers. Sci Fi can change the world? ESL Podcast interview describes how podcasting can overcome limitations of traditional publication and address the needs of learners even on small scales. Check the www.podcastforteachers.org website for links. Let us know your take on the news and resources Find all the web resources mentioned on our PFT podcasts at http://www.podcastforteachers.org/ResourcesbyPodcast.html Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com OR Call-in and leave a voice mail at our toll free number 1-800-609-9006 x8055. Abundant resources and past episodes are available through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org and the link there to our learningtimes.org community will open the way to additional features including fully searchable database of the episodes, posting feedback regarding episodes, other threaded discussion topics, file sharing and a media library. PFT's name and content is developed, produced and copyrighted (p) by Fordham RETC, Center for Professional Development, King and Gura, 2006."More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow from Podcast for Teachers(sm)!"All rights reserved.


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, 41st Episode 6/5/2006: VVV:Video Revolution, Virtual Interview from Budapest, Virtual Conferences Kickoff this Week!

Mon, 5 Jun 2006 00:34:16 -0500

Video Revolution, Virtual Interview from Budapest and Statistics Resources for Learning, Virtual Conferences at PFT Kickoff. Live from the Bronx! From Budapest to the Bronx and Beyond! interview with John Steinmetz- not to be missed!. Has the video revolution become mainstream? This week we start our PFT Virtual seminars- June 8- signup at www.podcastforteachers.org. Next sessions June 23 and June 24.. more to come, but be in the first groundbreaking sessions - Podcasting in Education- live discussion about how-to and best practice. Gain guidance and tools, let us answer your questions. Wired Magazine- several articles- Kathy and Mark Debate- Has the Video Revolution come mainstream? Why aren't there more examples in education? Great resources, many questions- Weigh in with your perspective- by email podcastforteachers.org and in our online community learningtimes.org. Budapest to Bronx- Virtual Conference Room Interview from PFT listeners! nationmaster and statemaster free resources on the web. Use across grades and content areas. Many instructional materials- even online postings as to student perspectives about the statistics. All the flags of the world: Dmographics, economics, populations, etc etc sliced and diced in searchable and illustrated ways. Current event related- stats of items in the news today! Information collected and approved by Stats Geeks from around the world. Who knew they were so busy? Must see resources- great interview- how to get excited about math again. JULY Fordham Conference-Join us in the Bronx! One-to-One Laptop Computing Fordham July 19-21, 2006: www.retc.fordham.edu/outreach/oneotone Our PFT Virtual seminars series starting in June and continuing through August see our home page. Abundant resources and past ep[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, 40th Episode 5/29/2006: Moving Into Virtual Learning. Interview Re: Adoption of Technology By Educators

Sun, 21 May 2006 00:34:16 -0500

Moving Into Virtual Learning! Interview about educators' adoption and translation of online communities for collaboration and professional development in Action! New Online Publication Center- Kathy's Article BXRadio Writer's Section: www.bxradio.net Now our listeners can participate through our PFT Virtual seminars June 8 (2hr workshop) and June 23 and 24, 6 hrs- registration required, limited seats. www.podcastforteachers.org/pftseminars.html Shout Out to Vineland High School English Class- Great Podcast and Website resources about the Great Gatsby book and era. Congratulations to their teacher Kevin H. and to all the students- hear description and discussion of educational applications. Additional student publishing resource: www.lulu.com Kathy's PFT Minute to help educators capture podcasting for their classrooms- Mark asks "What is XML?" Explanations, the code beheind the curtain! And how much do you need to know? See XML and RSSFeed resources and links at www.podcastforteachers.org Interview with Kathy about educators Moving Into Virtual Learning- changes in understanding about potential for collaboration and profesisonal development- dramatic differences, excitement in learning. Share how you have gone beyond online classes- Are you using online communities with your educators to support their learning in their classrooms, to support curricular collaboration? One-to-One Laptop Computing Fordham July 19-21, 2006: www.retc.fordham.edu/outreach/oneotone ALSO PFT Virtual seminars June 8 (2hr workshop) 15 dollar special for PFT listeners, June 23 and 24, 3 sessions, 6 hr total early regis 50 dollars. Abundant resources and past episodes are available through www.podcastforteachers.org and the link there to our learn[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, 39th Episode 5/22/2006: Vlogging in Education and PFT Virtual Conferences Announced

Sun, 21 May 2006 00:34:16 -0500

Professional Development as Podcast and More Tech Learning. Teachlearning.com feature article by Kathy and Mark, PFT Virtual Conferences! Podcasting in Education sessions connect with teachers, PFT Minute to help educators getting started with pdocasting (second installment this week), Booksmart resource for student publishing. Kathy's sessions on podcasting at education conference report- great sessions Now our listeners can participate through our PFT Virtual seminars June 8 (2hr workshop) and June 23 and 24, 6 hrs- registration requried, limited seats. www.podcastforteachers.org/pftseminar.html Ezine article discussion- timeshifting for PD, Tivo for learning. Discussing the evolution of our concept and the realities. Critical impact for convenience and rsources and reach. Shoutout to Melissa- considering more possibilities with smartboards and tablets. Intel's $400 laptop- it's development impact and implications. Possibilities for social change? Links to several perspectives. Kathy receives NYACCE award for achievements in adult education. PFT Minute to help our listeners capture podcasting for their classrooms. Upcoming Fordham 3 Day July (19-21) Institute: Getting Ready for One-to-One Laptop Computing www.retc.fordham.edu/outreach/oneotone Shout Outs: Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com OR Call-in and leave a voice mail at our toll free number 1-800-609-9006 x8055. NEW! PFT Virtual seminars June 8 (2hr workshop) 15 dollar special for PFT listeners, June 23 and 24, 3 sessions, 6 hr total early regis $50 dollars Abundant resources and past episodes are available through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org and the link there to our learningtimes.org community will open the way to[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, 38th Episode 5/15/2006: Vlogging in Education and PFT Virtual Conferences Announced

Sun, 14 May 2006 00:34:16 -0500

Vlogging in Education, Almost too Cool for School? June 2006: PFT Virtual conferences, Live from the Bronx, New Feature- "PFT Minute". July 2006: One-to-One Computing Conference. A Tech Mother's Day! Shoutouts to Listeners and packed with resources and breaking news for educators: Kathy's education conference report- great sessions- Now! PFT Virtual seminars June 8 - 2hr workshop and June 23 and 24, 6 hrs- registration requried, limited seats. www.podcastforteachers.org/pftseminar.html PFT is almost too Cool for School? PFT@ CoolCastradio.com Delivering PFT podcast through, multiple delivery mechs: streaming, podcatchers, website, and email! Vlogging in Education BX21 interview: Johnny Goldstein (Vision Education), Gina (Sobro organization) and student, Kavon of Dynasty Video (a student created video group!). Vlogging in education, the evolution of a project. Upcoming Fordham 3 Day July (19-21) Institute: Getting Ready for One-to-One Laptop Computing www.retc.fordham.edu/outreach/oneotone Shout Outs: Adobe technologies: Bill Sherman- emerging trends in technology, upcoming interviews, John Steinmetz, Greg Bright of Keynamics, Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com OR Call-in and leave a voice mail at our toll free number 1-800-609-9006 x8055. NEW! PFT Virtual seminars June 8 - 2hr workshop $15 special for PFT listeners, June 23 and 24, 3 sessions, 6 hr total early regis $50 Abundant resources and past episodes are available through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org and the link there to our learningtimes.org community will open the way to additional features including fully searchable database of the episodes, posting feedback regarding episodes, other t[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, 37th Episode 5/8/2006: Intel Visionary Conference Interview

Sun, 7 May 2006 00:34:16 -0500

Ed Tech is Tops at Intel Visionary Conference (special interview), One-to-One Computing Conference. Packed with resources and breaking news for educators: news from ed leadership conference, school bands on podcast! student music competition podcasts, tech tips, women in technology newsletter, motivational materials, great ed podcasts examples and more podcasts- tech, chickens, or cows, listen in to find out. Upcoming Fordham 3 Day July (19-21) Institute: Getting Ready for One-to-One Laptop Computing www.retc.fordham.edu/outreach/oneotone Special interview from professional development panelist at the national forum: needs are being heard, influencing policy, charting a course, update on rebuilding New Orleans schools with Intel after Katrina '06. Other panels included leadership and Assistive Technologies and Special Education. Hear the inside scoop from PFT (Also, an e-schoolnews article). ALSO a special tech offer from our friends at Views from the Coop. Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com OR Call-in and leave a voice mail at our toll free number 1-800-609-9006 x8055. Abundant resources and past episodes are available through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org and the link their to our learningtimes.org community will open the way to additional features including fully searchable database of the episodes, posting feedback regarding episodes, other threaded discussion topics, file sharing and a media library. PFT's name and content is developed, produced and (c) by Fordham RETC, King and Gura, 2006."More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow from Podcast for Teachers(C)!"Let your cohosts Mark and Kathy know how you use podc[...]


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Podcast for Teachers, Techpod, 36th Episode 5/1/2006

Sun, 30 Apr 2006 00:34:16 -0500

Smartboards, Myspace.com and Virtual Conferencing- Being there without going there! Exciting discussions of educational applications and experiences with special guest Dr. D'Agustino and cohosts Dr. Kathy King and Mark Gura. Pros and cons of recent virtual joint presentation of 5 of PFT's cohosts from across 5 cities to 3 continents. How does it measure up? Where do we go from here? Critical smartboard technologies discussion of teaching and learning, newer developments, application to the classroom, educational uses. How do you weigh in on the topic? Intel initiatives and meaning for learning. Issues and responses to Myspace.com controversies, how does it balance? New image and definitions of CTE vs. vocational ed. Shout Out to CTE schools and educators.`Innovation, learning and resources- always: "More Ed Tech You Can Use Today and Tomorrow!" Hi to all our new International Podcasting Expo friends! Email podcastforteachers@gmail.com OR leave a voice mail at our toll free number 1-800-609-9006 x8055. Abundant resources and past episodes are available through our website portal www.podcastforteachers.org and the link there to our learningtimes.org community for the fully searchable database of PFT episodes, posting episode feedback, and more. PFT's name and content is developed, produced and (c) by Fordham RETC, King and Gura, 2006.


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Techpod Podcast for Teachers

Fri, 21 Oct 2005 19:54:41 -0500

Introductory clip for this educational technology podcast - Live from the Bronx! Fordham University's Regional Educational Technology Center (RETC) in New York City provides curriculum ideas, ed tech resources and conversations with educators about what innovations work and how! Ed tech educators and experts Mark Gura and Dr. Kathy King cohost this weekly podcast. Check out the convenience and value of this new form of professional development that includes interactive resources that you can use on your own schedule. Full archive of past episodes now at our PFT Learningtimes Community: see Website: http://www.podcastforteachers.org Email or phone in your comments: podcastforteachers@gmail.com or toll free 1-800-609-9006 x8055 Live from the Bronx! Techpod, Podcast for Teachers [Formerly known as RETCTECHPOD] (C) Fordham University, RETC, King and Gura, 2005


Media Files:
http://libsyn.com/media/retc/PFT_INTRO10_21.mp3