Podcasts for Education Leaders

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Looking for some engaging, wittily fun podcasts about professional learning communities, educational technology, etc.? Consider this series from veteran podcasters, Dr. Carolyn Crawford and Dr. Richard Smith from the University of Houston at Clear Lake.

Caroline Crawford and I just did a set of podcasts for our series Technology and Education Today (http://prtl.uhcl.edu/portal/page/portal/SOE/Programs/Instructional_Technology_MS/Podcasts)
that covered the recent SITE Conference and the SXSWedu conference both held at the same time in Austin, two weeks ago.  Actually, the podcasts are pretty informative.

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Use the following URL to download Technology and Education Today to your MP3 player. This URL maybe used with iTunes or iPodder.
http://inst.uhcl.edu/podcast

Below is a list of topics relevant to education:

Instructional Technology and its Application in the Country of Tunisia (3/5/2012) – Grand Valley State University graduate student Ahmed Lachheb describes, to hosts Richard A. Smith and Caroline M. Crawford, his outlook on how instructional technology can be implemented in Tunisia in order to facilitate education. Recorded live during the 2012 Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference in Austin, Texas.

Helping Parents to Understand How Their Children are Doing in School (3/6/2012) Hosts Richard A. Smith and Caroline M. Crawford speak with Clyde Boyer the cofounder of Trinity Education Group regarding helping parents to get a better grasp on what their children are doing in school. Recorded live during the 2012 SXSWedu Conference in Austin, Texas this podcast also describes LaunchEDU, a new way in which companies can be aligned with investors.

Professional Learning Communities for Education Leaders (3/6/2012) Richard A. Smith and Caroline M. Crawford meet with Ken Kay, the Chief Executive Officer of EdLeader 21 and discuss the importance of developing and utilizing professional learning communities for leaders in education. Recorded live during the 2012 SXSWEDU Conference in Austin, Texas.

Innovative Science Curriculum (3/6/2012) Richard A. Smith and Caroline M. Crawford discuss a novel video enhanced supplemental science curriculum with the CEO of Exploration Nation, Pete Monfre. Recorded live during the 2012 SXSWEDU Conference in Austin, Texas.

Increasing Teacher Effectiveness (3/7/2012) Richard A. Smith and Caroline M. Crawford meet with Raluca Sirbu, Lead Member of the Technical Staff at AT&T to discuss ways that teacher effectiveness can be improved. Recorded live during the 2012 Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference in Austin, Texas.

Structuring a Study Abroad Experience for University Students (3/7/2012) Richard A. Smith and Caroline M. Crawford speak with Roberta K. Weber, Associate Professor at Florida Atlantic University regarding structuring a meaningful educational study abroad experience for university students. Recorded live during the 2012 Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference in Austin, Texas.

The SXSWedu Conference (3/6/2012) Richard A. Smith and Caroline M. Crawford discuss the SXSWedu conference with the conference’s Executive Producer, Ron Reed. Held in Austin, Texas and in its second year, this conference is a unique blend of authoritative speakers and knowledgeable attendees who share innovative ideas and projects in a relaxed atmosphere. Recorded live during the 2012 SXSWEDU Conference in Austin, Texas.


The Consistency Management & Cooperative Discipline Project (2/21/2012) Richard A. Smith and Caroline M. Crawford interview Dr. H. Jerome Freiberg, the originator of a unique systematic method of instruction that ensures maximum participation of students, teachers, and parents in the educational process while also producing increases in student academic achievement.

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