SMARTBoard Lessons 116: Poetry

March 9th, 2008 | by Ben Hazzard |

In Episode 116:

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Our Lesson:

  • Gale Walker from Winnipeg shares her poetry lesson.

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Hosts:
Ben Hazzard and Joan Badger

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  1. 3 Responses to “SMARTBoard Lessons 116: Poetry”

  2. By Tim Haag on Mar 19, 2008 | Reply

    Hi Ben and Joan:

    Easy peasy, lemon squeezy???? Cosmic expression, Joan! That was from episode 116.

    Thanks, you two, for the quick and clean explanation of how you create your podcast. Great stuff! And enough details to clarify the steps you two have to follow to create your ‘cast.

    Another question: What is the source of that great PDF file entitled, “Thirty-three Interesting Ways to Use Your Interactive Whiteboard”. I know some of Ben’s tips are included and I wanted to give ‘credit’ to the person who compiled it.

    Finally, I would have emailed this but your email software, I think, automatically puts my emails in your ‘junk mail’ folder. (Hey, I can take a hint.)

    th

  3. By Ben Hazzard on Mar 19, 2008 | Reply

    Hi Tim!

    The “Thirty-three Interesting Ways to Use Your Interactive Whiteboard” document comes from Tom Barrett (see the link that follows).
    http://tbarrett.edublogs.org/2008/03/17/iframe-goodness-embedding-google-presentations/

    Sorry for the email not getting through. I run my emails through 2 different online spam scanners before they reach my inbox (a consequence of giving out my email on the website and the podcast).

    Talk to you soon,
    Ben

  4. By April on Mar 21, 2008 | Reply

    I second Tim’s thanks! A colleague and I are are about to embark on a podcast with his Navajo and Hopi students. This little tidbit came at just the right time … a little internal smile at the way the cosmos works. Not that the students will be 2000 miles apart, but you gave me some ideas and got me thinking “out of the box”. Love you guys!

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