Monday, April 27, 2009
Today I have the privilege of sharing some of these techniques with the current state teachers of the year from around the country as they participate in Smithsonian Teacher Day 2009. I have included the presentation below via SlideShare and links to the podcasts, screen casts and applications that I mention in the presentation.
Links to Podcasts and Screen casts :
Podcast #166 - Using "Smithsonian in the Classroom" to Teach Lincoln
Podcast #172 - Preview of the Smithsonian's Upcoming Online Conference Featuring Lincoln
Screen cast - Smithsonian's Interactive Gettysburg Address
Screen cast - Smithsonian's Interactive Star Spangled Banner
Podcast #175 - Smithsonian Museum of American History Using Web 2.0 with Blog
Podcast #177 - Review of Smithsonian's Online Lincoln Conference
Links to Resources:
Twitter - free micro blogging at 140 characters each
Blogging - free blogging application
Audacity - free audio editing program which can be used to create podcasts
Jing - free application to create screen casts
You Tube - free application to share video content on the web
Flickr - free application to share images online
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Monday, April 20, 2009
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
I have embedded one of the segments below in this post but please check out the entire Ford's Theatre channel on You Tube for other great segments of this interview, and others about Lincoln. Awesome content and I'm so thrilled that another major historical site, like the Smithsonian, has embraced web 2.0 tools such as You Tube!
Thursday, April 02, 2009
In the podcast I discuss the series and how a teacher could approach it for use in class. I also encourage you to read the Media Infusion blog post and leave a comment during the month of April describing how you incorporate Native American culture in your history class.
You can also leave a comment on this blog post or contact me directly at email@example.com
Direct link to Podcast #186 - Review of PBS / American Experience Series "We Shall Remain"
Thanks to 2008 National Teacher of the Year Mike Geisen - I first saw this video posted on his blog.