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Montemayor from the Intercultural Development Research Association
joined the show. Aurelio described a definition of a valued parent
leadership, Interent for poor folks without computers and which social
media to surf. The chat room was actively engaged in responding to
Aurelio’s thought provoking approach to parent involvement.
Three amazing young women joined us on this episode of Teachers Teaching Teachers:
- Farisa, 10th Grader at East-West School of International Studies, Flushing, NY, NY
- Hannah, 11th Grader at Science Leadership Academy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Lindsea, 12th Grader at Punahou School, Honolulu, Hawaii
Paul Allison, Alice Barr, and Gail Desler stayed out of the way as much as possible.
was the topic of Conversation this week. Maria and Lisa were joined by
Linda Nitsche and Lee Kolbert and lots of folks in the chatroom. Many
opinions were expressed about the purpose and reasons for giving
homework. We looked at this topic from a teacher’s and as well as a
parent’s point of view. The chat room was rockin’ so don’t forget to
check out the chat log from today’s show.
the SEEDLINGS and about 70 other folks in the audience for GEEK of the
WEEK. We broadcast in front of a great audience and shared about
Worldbridges.net and Edtechtalk.com as well as our great Geek of the
Alice Barr, Bob Sprankle and Cheryl Oakes hosted the group with
their Geeks. It was awesome. Listen in, then listen in on Thursday
evening at 19:30 GMT.
Teachers Teaching Teachers #124 – What does the PBS Newshour, YouTube and Youth Voices have in common? – 10.1.082008-10-18 18:43
Elizabeth (Lizzy) Berryman, Director of the PBS Teacher
Center in Virginia and Chris Sloan, a high school teacher in Salt Lake
City, Utah joined us to talk about a collaborative project between
YouTube and the PBS News Hour called “Video Your Vote."
Please email Lizzy if you are interested in getting involved in this program at [email protected].
In the second half of the show we help a teacher new to
http://youthvoices.net set up a group and register her 7th graders on
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