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Oakland Literacy Podcast

Hi,

 

Welcome to Oakland School's Literacy Podcast. Most of the podcasts are focused on literacy, although occasionally other topics are covered. 

 

These podcasts are also under the Resources section of the Oakland Schools' Literacy website: http://www.oaklandschoolsliteracy.org/

You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes as well: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/oakland-literacy-podcast/id836350395?mt=2

 

I hope you enjoy these podcasts.

If you wish to contact me, here is my email: Les Howard

 

 

Cheers

Les

 

May 7, 2015

The ability to collect, and store, vast amounts of information about students is becoming increasingly easier and cheaper.

At its best, this information can be used to support students, at its worst, the information can be used against students often without their knowledge. This information can be stored,...


Mar 6, 2015

Jeff  Grabill is a Professor of Rhetoric and Professional Writing and Chair of the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures here at Michigan State University. He is  a senior researcher with WIDE Research (Writing in Digital Environments) and also a co-founder of Drawbridge Incorporated,...


Feb 19, 2015

Hugh Culik has been a high school English teacher, a novelist, a grant writer, an English Professor and Chair of the UDM English Department, Executive Director of the Upper Peninsula’s Bonifas Art Center, and has been an instructor at Macomb Community College for the past seven years. Throughout these lives, he...


Jan 12, 2015

Most of Dr. Popham's teaching career took place at UCLA where, for nearly 30 years, he taught courses in instructional methods for prospective teachers as well as courses in evaluation and measurement for graduate students. At UCLA he won several distinguished teaching awards. In January 2000, he was recognized by...


Oct 20, 2014

Will Richardson is a world renowned speaker, presenter, and educator who focuses on rethinking and transforming education. Will shares his thoughts on how to support students' learning to maximize the opportunities that are available to students today.

To learn more about Will Richardson check out his website: