Great education podcasts meme
Here are five great education podcasts I've listened to recently (in reverse\nchronological order), each from a different source:
- July 2007 Angela\nMcFarlane's speech at the Building Learning Communities Conference \n\n
- June 2007 Bruce\nDixon's speech at EduComm \n\n
- January 2007 Ken Kay's speech at\nFETC \n\n
- January 2007 Steve\nHargadon's interview of Chris Lehmann \n\n
- November 2006 Richard Elmore's speech at\nUCEA (I made this one and keep listening to it!)
I'm thinking this might be a good meme, so I'm tagging the following\nbloggers:\n
- Choose five of your favorite education podcasts. Any kind of education podcast\nis okay - students, teachers, administrators, professors, etc. - feel free to\npick ones that you've made yourself! Try and pick specific podcasts, not podcast\nfeeds. \n\n
- Tag others for the meme. Feel free to participate even if you haven't been\n'tagged.' \n\n
- Please use a Technorati tag of educationpodcast or\npodcasteducation. \n\n
- Please add your selections to the Moving Forward podcasts wiki\npage (and create categories as needed) so that others can benefit\ntoo!
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