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eflclassroom / David Deubelbeiss

Hi,

I’m an educator, technology curious type. Teacher trainer, professor, writer and thinker and more… see my google profile for all my connections. http://www.google.com/profiles/ddeubel#about

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  1. Dead Poet’s Society review

    teachers talk about the film as it relates to education

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  2. Sugata Mitra and Self Organised Learning Environments

    Main Feature: Sugata Mitra speaks with Corinne about Slef Organised Learning Environments, and Stephanie Smith, a school teacher in NSW, discusses her experiences with SOLEs in a school setting.

    Regular Features: Dan Haesler asks ‘What’s in it for Google?’ in Off Campus; Cameron and Corinne discuss Tertiary Education funding and School Chaplains in Education in the News; Teachers talk about the importance of professional relationships in Education in the News; Mystery Educator competition. new puzzle!

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  3. BBC - Desert Island Discs - Castaway : Sir Ken Robinson

    Kirsty Young talks to educationalist Sir Ken Robinson.

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  4. Rethinking Education

    Our model for education was forged in the industrial revolution. But as our economy and world changes and businesses scramble to keep up, what about our schools? Are we preparing our children for a bygone era? Author Cathy N. Davidson sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss how we can transform the classroom to accommodate our changing world.

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  5. Lose your accent

    How to lose your accent according to experts from the BBC

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  6. Progressive Commentary Hour – Conversations With Great Minds – 04/08/13

    Chris Hedges is one of our nation’s most insightful cultural critics, social and political activists and authors. For almost 20 years he was a foreign correspondent in war zones and conflicts in Central America, the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans, having reported for The New York Times, Christian Science Monitor and other news outlets. While at the Times, Chris received the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for reporting on global terrorism. The same year he received Amnesty International’s Global Award for Human Rights Journalism. Over the years he has taught at Columbia, Princeton, NYU and the University of Toronto.

    Read more: http://prn.fm/2013/04/08/progressive-commentary-hour-conversations-with-great-minds-040813/#ixzz2QibLdKZY Under Creative Commons License: Attribution

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  7. Ken Beatty - emerging technologies for language teaching

    A podcast series for ESL/ LINC professionals in Ontario from the LearnIT2teach project Best mixes on planet Earth. DJs, radio, performing artists, educators, and more. Get a free podcast, share your faves. Only on PodOmatic." name="DESCRIPTION

    http://learnit2teach.podomatic.com/profile?p=1

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  8. struggle for smarts? Learning styles around the world

    Huffduffed from http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2012/11/12/164793058/struggle-for-smarts-how-eastern-and-western-cultures-tackle-learning

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  9. For Special Education Teacher, ‘Every Day Is Precious’ : NPR

    Ken Rensink was 19 when he was disabled in a car accident. After 15 years out of the workforce, he decided to devote himself to teaching special education. He’s now been at it for more than a decade. "I’m trying to help create folks who will not get rolled by life," he says.

    http://www.npr.org/2012/10/05/162303000/for-special-education-teacher-every-day-is-precious

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  10. Steve Hargadon:- Reforming Ed Reform Panel with Downes, Gardner, Kohn, and Stager

    Stephen Downes, Howard Gardner, Alfie Kohn, and Gary Stager to talk about the need to reform the education reform movement. With four thoughtful and articulate education thinkers, my job will be to help them describe their alternative views to the current narratives that drive much of the impassioned debate around teaching and learning worldwide. From a gender perspective, this event is male-heavy, for which I apologize but refer interested viewers to the recordings of the gender-diverse panels and keynote sessions

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