Dianne Krause is a Technology Staff Development Specialist and Classrooms for the Future coach. She provides professional development, assistance and support for the faculty of the Wissahickon School District. Before she became a CFF coach, she was a French teacher.
The first blog I posted on was Daily Digital Discoveries 02/21/2012. This post was about 10 Podcasts for Teachers and Kids. She explains how cheap and easy it is to watch or listen to podcasts. I commented telling her that I agree with her about how fun and easy podcasts are and I told her that I enjoyed watching and listening to the 10 Podcasts for Teachers and Kids that she recommended.
What! A podcast? I know what you’re thinking. Sounds complicated. Sounds expensive. Sounds, well, technical. The truth is, listening to podcasts or watching videocasts in your classroom couldn’t be easier—or cheaper. If you have a computer and an Internet connection, you already have all the equipment you need.
Hi, my name is Candace Buzbee and I am a student in EDM 310 at the University of South Alabama. I completely agree with you about podcasting. I believe that podcasting is a great way to teach students and to have them interact with learning. I enjoyed reading and listening to the podcast’s that you linked to your blog, there were very interesting and fun to listen to. Thank you for your time.
The second blog of Mrs. Krause's that I commented on was Daily Digital Discoveries 03/06/2010. This post was about posting slideshows on your Facebook, Twitter and blogs(PhotoSnack | Photo slideshow maker). I commented thanking her for posting this, because I have seen people with slideshows on their Facebook and Twitter accounts but I did not know how to do it.
“Slideshows for Facebook, Twitter and blogs”
tags: slideshow photos web2.0 photosharing
Dear Mrs. Krause,
Hi, my name is Candace Buzbee and I am a student in EDM 310 at the University of South Alabama. I want to thank you for posting this because I am a huge Facebook and Twitter fan and I have seen people with slideshows on theirs, but I never knew how. I love learning new stuff! Thank you for your time!