Advice and discussions on classroom techniques
"The Scarlet Letter" was first published in 1850. Set in 17th-century Boston, Nathaniel Hawthorne's story revolves around the themes of sin, revenge and repentance. This audiobook is performed by Mary Woods and produced by LoudLit.org. Each chapter download made possible by donations to LoudLit.org. Text provided at Project Gutenberg (www.gutenberg.org). This recording was made possible by the generous support of Gordon W. Draper, Lois and Will Yeats, Theresa Mahoney and Todd Fadoir. Also available via podcast: "A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens, "Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad and "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain. — LoudLit.org
The School of Effective Teaching podcast reveals strategies, designs activities and defines the attitudes needed by teachers to be more effective in the classroom. The show is hosted by Dr Joe Brown who has been an educator for over 22 years, and holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of South Florida. Leverage Dr Brown's extensive background in education and learn the insights that empower educators to become more effective. — Dr. Joseph Brown
Podcasting By and For Teachers. Teachers moderate this podcast that comes from a weekly Hangout conversation and live webcast. Paul Allison, Monika Hardy, and Chris Sloan invite their colleagues, and talk about teaching reading, writing, and content with Web 2.0 technologies. — Paul Allison
TechTalk4Teachers podcast (blogcast, netcast, webcast, zunecast, educast, teachercast, tomcast - your choice of vocabulary) is for educators wanting to keep up with the latest advances in educational technologies and their practical applications in classrooms. We have a little something for everyone from kindergarten teachers to university professors. Keep on learning! — Tom Grissom, Ph.D.
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