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Monday, July 27 • 10:30am - 11:30am
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One of the greatest benefits of 21st century, technology-infused classrooms is the integration of authentic audiences. Launching a student-led radio station (podcasting) has enabled Plymouth students to reach listeners worldwide with “live, local” shows produced solely by students. Podcasting empowers students to innovatively craft their own digital learning experiences through independent and collaborative discovery and creation while addressing the new media, speaking and listening, research, and writing standards. Podcasting allows broadcasting live through automation and streaming while always on the air. There are no streaming servers to support or drain on facility bandwidth, which is a concern in most school corporations. All that is required is a Mac and an Internet connection. This method allows teachers to empower students to innovatively craft their own digital learning experiences through discovery and creation.

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Paula Neidlinger

8th Humanities & Mass Media Teacher, Plymouth Community Schools
Global connected learning and creating engaging real world experiences in the classroom is the focus of my 21st century teaching. I currently teach 8th grade Humanities and Mass Media and have been part of a 1:1 school for five years. I have been a teacher and administrator in the Plymouth School Corporation for 23 years. I am a life-long learner and model my passion for learning and technology in my classroom every day. I blog and have engaged... Read More →

Monday July 27, 2015 10:30am - 11:30am