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Teachers Teaching Teachers #79: Helping students blog their passions, hunt caribou, share culture, and feed elggs with RSS

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  • Length: 42:45 minutes (9.8 MB)
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Find out what happens when you bring together seven teachers and a student to talk about perennial questions that come up when we use blogs in the classroom.

  • a 6th-12th grade "New Journalism" teacher from the Bronx (with laryngitis) (Paul Allison)
  • a half-time computer teacher/half-time technology coach from a town west of Chicago, "right about where the corn begins" (Scott Meech)
  • a high school art/technology teacher and librarian from New York City (Susan Ettenheim)
  • an 8th grade computer technology teacher and Webhead from Virginia (Lee Baber)
  • a math/science/employability skills/hunting safety teacher from Alaska (Woody Woodgate)
  • a ninth grader from a small town in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia (Victoria)
  • an eighth grade science teacher from northern New Hampshire (Rick Biche)
  • a middle-school technology integrator from an independent K12 school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Matt Montagne)


 


 

Image: "Stalking a Caribou" by Travis S. (http://www.flickr.com/photos/baggis/1735135201/) License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.0



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