Hello. This episode of Speaking of History is the longest to date. Last month I was honored to recieve a Missouri Teaching With Cable Award from the Missouri Cable Telecommunication Association in Jefferson City. It was an amazing event and I was able to meet and visit many people invlolved with educational technology. The award banquet featured many distingued guests that work with education in the cable industry - including Cable in the Classroom, A & E Networks, Time Warner, Comcast, Charter Communications, Discovery Networks, etc. After dinner I was able to interview several of these individuals about upcoming projects for teachers. This episode also describes the Missouri Teaching With Cable Awards and I would encourage everyone to submit an application next year.
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Direct link to Speaking of History Podcast #14 - "Missouri Teaching With Cable Awards and Interviews" - MP3 Format (38 minutes)
- Missouri Teaching With Cable Awards
- Video from Award Banquet - produced by Time Warner Kansas City
- Missouri Cable Telecommunications Association
- Cable in the Classroom
- Windward - an Online Interactive Game by Cable in the Classroom
- Helen L. Headrick - Queen of All Saints School - St. Louis, Missouri
- Eric Langhorst - South Valley Junior High School - Liberty, Missouri
- Stephanie Long - Pleasant View Middle School - Springfield, Missouri
- Angel Taylor - St. Charles Borromeo - St. Charles, Missouri
- A & E Networks Idea Book
- Article on the Upcoming History Channel Production: "10 Days that Unexpectedly Changed America"
- Discovery Networks
- Discovery Educator Network