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Wednesday, December 2 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Giving Students a Voice

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Learn how to help their students express themselves by creating podcasts. Story Corps, National Public Radio, Backstory with the American History Guys - these are just a few of the engaging audio tools you'll learn to integrate into your social studies classroom and teach your students how to make their own versions. Bring your smart phones, tablets and laptops! This will be a hands-on session that will teach you how to walk through the process of writing, recording, and editing a podcast. This presentation will show many ways to build audio into the social studies curriculum using public radio, audio recording, and editing techniques. It will also build analysis, writing and speaking skills. The presentation will be led by award-winning public radio reporter Monica Brady-Myerov along with middle school social studies teacher Julia Szabo. Participants will walk away with a list of tools to build critical listening skills into the social studies curriculum in a variety of ways. They will use their smart phones to record and edit sound. And they'll learn how to make their students audio storytellers. (Presenter(s): Monica Brady-Myerov, CEO, Listen Current, and Julia Szabo, Boston)

Wednesday December 2, 2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Robert Frost

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