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Hello and welcome to our team's student run podcast page. Each month our middle school podcast team interviews leaders about what it will take to succeed in the 21st Century. To see examples of some of the questions that we ask check out our wiki: lunchtimeleaders@gmail.com
 
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Photo Story 3 is a great free software to teach kids how to create a digital story and make it into a enhanced podcast. Some of my former 4th grade students were selected by their writing teacher to join my after school tech club. These students came to the tech club with their completed written essays and I taught them how to use Photo Story 3 to …
 
The Lunch Time Leader Podcast team welcomed Dr. Salvatore Menzo into our "studio" for our first face-to-face interview of the year. Dr. Menzo will be taking over as Superintendent of Wallingford, CT Public Schools On July 1, 2009.Please Note: Due to an accidental pushing of a button on the mixer, the sound quality is a bit off on this episode. This…
 
In this show the Lunch Time Leaders welcome Bobbie Borne into our virtual studio. Bobbie is a librarian at the Wallingford Public Library. You will hear Bobbie tell us how the library is making a smooth transition into the digital age by changing and transforming their goods and services to keep up with the demands of its 21st Century patrons.…
 
James Farmer came into the Lunch Time Leaders virtual studio all the way from the Edublogs mansion in Australia. Currently, he’s CEO of Edublogs, the largest education blog host on the web, and co-founder of Incsub, the original WordPress MU development agency.Please note--at one point our heating fans kicked in and the audio is a bit rough for a c…
 
The Lunch Time Leaders Podcast Team welcomes Dean Mantz into our virtual studio. Dean is a network coordinator from Sterling, Kansas and works with teachers and students to integrate technology into the curriculum. Dean also teaches a class on Technology Integration at Sterling College.
 
Kobus Van Wyk is the Program Manager for the Khanya Project in South Africa. The Khanya Project is responsible for helping integrate technology in over 1000 South African Schools.This is our first interview of the year! It was done with skype--Kobus could not make it into the studio since he was 8000 miles away!http://www.khanya.co.za/http://www.kh…
 
Ginger Lewman is Director of the Face-to-Face program at the Turning Point Learning Center charter school in Emporia, Kansas. She talks to the Lunch Time Leaders about preparing students for the 21st Century, the challenges of starting a charter school, and what sparked her passion to become a progressive educator.…
 
Dr Sharen McKay manages a lab at Yale University that does research into the role and mechanism of mitochondrial gene expression. She spent time with our podcast team discussing her research, and what skills are necessary to be a scientist in the 21st Century. Image Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kevin813/…
 
A team of eight students have been examining a script from the Young American Heroes Project on Frederick Douglas. They are going to send their suggestions to the production team when finished. Today they had the opportunity to interview Professor Alibrandi from Fairfield University who is working with the production company, Palace Production Cent…
 
In this episode mayoral candidate James Vumbaco sits down with the podcast team to answer questions about educational issues.We would love to hear your thoughts about the interview and any ideas for people we should interview in the future. Click on comments!
 
In this episode Mayor Dickinson sits down with the podcast team to answer questions about educational issues. We would love to hear your thoughts about the interview and any ideas for people we should interview in the future. Click on comments!
 
Welcome to our very first podcast! We had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Lucille Trzcinski about educational issues. We would love to hear your thoughts about the interview and any ideas for people we should interview in the future. Click on comments and let us know!
 
You can use Windows Movie Maker to create, edit, and produce a movie. Once you create your movie, then you can convert the wmv file to a mp4 using Jodix Ipod Converter to make it into a vodcast. Click on the movie reel to view a Windows Movie Maker tutorial from Microsoft.โดย noreply@blogger.com (Sarah Scent)
 
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