Dean Shareski: Telling The New Story

5/15/2006 12:26:00 pm

Dean is putting together a series of four podcasts on the Telling The New Story theme that David Warlick has been writing about. He's interviewing three teachers (high school, middle school and elementary) that make use of web 2.0 tools and resources in their teaching practice. The fourth podcast will be a wrap up including Dean and the three teachers.

I had the good fortune to be one of the three teachers Dean has asked to participate in the project. Let us know what you think by leaving comments here or over at Dean's.

Telling the New Story Part 1 - The Podcast (35:50 15MB)

Alan Levine's Blogshop

Pre-Cal 40S

Dean's workshops blog

Pre-Cal 30S (Pop Goes The Weasle)

Pre-Cal 40S (Winter '06)

The Scribe Post Hall Of Fame

How To Be An Expert (Kathy Sierra)

David Warlick's posts on Educational Gaming: here and here

Chris Harbeck's Class Blogs Hub

Van's Comment

Michael's Scribe

The Desire to be Emperor

About Dean's Digital Cameras Post

Karl Fisch's Comment

Learn More About Scribe Posts

A idea (reprise)

Resonance and Disonance (my post about kids who dislike blogging and learning styles)

Blogging on Blogging (sample instructional post)

Coming of Age (Terry Freedman's book)

Thanks for listening. Comments, as always, are welcomed and encouraged. ;-)

UPDATE (May 15)
Dean has just posted Telling The New Story Part 2 - a podcast with Kathy Cassidy who teaches grade one in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

UPDATE (May 17)
Dean has just posted Telling The New Story Part 3 - a podcast with Clarence Fisher who teaches grades 7 and 8 in Snow Lake, Manitoba.

Part 4 with all of us together is coming some time next week.

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  1. Okay, you're show notes are much more thorough. I'll steal them and post them on my page.

    Thanks for getting the ball rolling on this one.

    Kathy Cassidy said she wished you could teach her kids...always a good compliment.

  2. Anonymous15/5/06 21:24

    My show notes are your show notes. ;-)

    Wow. That's a high compliment. Thanks.