…a new dawn, a new morning, a new chance… (podcast included)
Listen to this post[haiku url= “http://www.tracyrosen.com/leadingfromtheheart.org/wp-content/uploads/podcasts/NewDawnAug7.mp3” title= “a new dawn, a new morning, a new chance”] **today’s post houses my first podcast. Read here for notes on the process.**
Resources to help me prepare for the new year:
- The LouisGuy’s Math Website (Holy moly is this site well organized!)
- Loyola High School Secondary 5 Math (536)
(Instead of sending you off to tracyrosen.com (which you still could do you know, there’s some fun stuff there) I decided to bring the pertinent links here. Economy of click and all ;) )
- Yeah, That’ll Teach You A Lesson: Ten Rookie Mistakes of a First Year Teacher by Ms. C
- A Letter to a New NYC Teaching Fellow by Jose
- Nine Things My Students Have Taught Me About Classroom Management and Teaching
- Emergency Lesson Plans are a Great Idea by Elona
- Students as Dolphins by Dan
There are some more, but this here’s a good starting point.
(don’t forget to read the comments – a lot of the learning happens after the post is written. At least for me.)
Know of any others? Hook me up and I’ll add them to the list!
Voicethread on classroom management – add your voice! Just click on the ‘comment’ button and go for it.
Mackenzie, R.J. (2003). Setting Limits in the Classroom (Revised): How to move beyond the dance of discipline in today’s classrooms
Listen to Omar Offendum’s New Day (RIP Nina Simone) by going to the Cosherink.com page and scrolling through the player. Heck, while you’re at it listen to all the tracks.
- Discovery 1 – it’s easy-peasy with the tools (labyrinth and gnome sound-recorder) that came bundled in my Ubuntu 8.04 OS :) and an audio plugin that I already had installed on my blog.
- Discovery 2 – planning is a good thing when it comes to podcasting. And, for those who like to see/read. I’ve included the plan in this post.
- Discovery 3 – I’ll do it again. But
- a) I’d like to teach myself how to use audacity so I can integrate more music and other sound-bytes into the audio. Maybe. I did like the simplicity of the gnome sound-recorder :)
- I’d like to use ogg vorbis instead of mp3 so I’ll have to find another way to integrate the audio into each post. Though again, I do like the simplicity of the plugin I use already – only thing is, it only recognizes mp3.