Capturing the Inspiring Stories and Rhythmic History of the Bronx through History!
Round robin discussion with historical field experts working on The Bronx African American History Project (BAAHP),
Brian Purnell and Andrew Tied join in conversation with RETC staff
members Maat Jakuta and Albert Robinson and PFT host Dr. Kathy King.
Great illustrations of people of all colors and traditions to create new master movements of music -
Latin Jazz, Hip Hop, and more!
Included in discussion: 5 Steps for Helping Students and Others Conduct Oral History Projects.
Music interludes in this podcast are from the Podsafe Music Network Elisabeth Lohninger Quartet playing "Beneath the Surface" Greendome Sheck playing "Slack Time" Bluesmen Get Hungry playing "Podigy"
The BAAHP is dedicated to uncovering the cultural, political, economic,
and religious histories of the more than 500,000 people of African
descent in the Bronx. BAAHP website: www.fordham.edu/BAAHP
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ChannelSMis provided in PFT's novel "community feed"SM format to
provide an easy way for teachers and students to share their work with the world
at large in a consolidated, web- and podcast- broadcasted format.
The first episode of PFT Community Podcast Channel is a
podcast in Biology and Anatomy by Dr. D'Agustino of Fordham University.
to the wildly imaginative newscast about the goings on in the digestive
BNN Network ? With all sorts of wild reports .....
You can only imagine the possibilities for teaching and
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Community Podcast Channel, so we can put them on the "community feed".
It's a "Live" Virtual Community- In Which You are Invited to Participate!
recordings, with release for broadcast, to Podcastforteachers@gmail.com and include a message that we have
PFT Community Podcast ChannelSMis provided
in PFT's novel "community feed"SM format. The purpose is to provide an
easy way for
teachers and students to share their work with the
world at large in a consolidated, web- and podcast- broadcasted format.
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King is a Professor and Director of the
Regional Educational Technology Center (RETC) and Program Director of
the M.S. in Adult Education and Human Resource Development at Fordham
University's Graduate School of Education.[Read more...]
assists with outreach programs for the
RETC. After spending 18 years as a classroom teacher, he became the
Director of the Office of Instructional Technology of the NYC Board of
Dr. Kathy King and Mark Gura cohost this dynamic learning
Tech tips, innovation in teaching and learning through technology and
lively interviews with ed techies!
Join us for the weekly podcasts that include interviews, news,
research, updates and Shout Outs to educators using podcasts (Podcasts
FROM Teachers segments).
Fordham University's Regional Educational Technology Center (RETC)
presents an interactive innovation for professional development in
educational technology to support the lifelong learning of educators
across the globe.
The RETC Ed Tech E-Library provides
mixed-media resource of educational technology professional development
* community dedicated Podcast for Teachers bulletin board (coming soon)
* books and articles that are related to Fordham’s research and staff
* curriculum ideas From Teachers
You can find customized mugs, tote bags, tshirts,
doggie shirts at our online gift shop our podcast logo.
After covering our costs, proceeds are used to support the podcast's
production and professional development outreach to all
Podcast ChannelSM, is produced and
Teachers and Learners of Fordham University's Regional Educational
Technology Center. SMFordham University, RETC, King & Gura, 2005.
About the RETC
Regional Educational Technology Center (RETC) is
dedicated to serving and researching the professional development needs
of educators striving to improve student and teacher performance.
PFT Community Podcast Channel SMis proudly produced and published by Fordham University’s RETC. The
center’s award-winning programs serve educators across grade levels and
contexts, providing in-class and distance learning opportunities. These
efforts span K-12, adult education and higher education settings.
The RETC is
through which educators may become effective in
teaching, learning, and educational innovation. As they become miore
as technology-using practitioners who understand teaching and learning
and see opportunities to provide leadership among their students and
the key to success in effective classrooms. A
cornerstone of our work and commitment is to support teachers, school
and learners “around” us through outreach programs that span our Bronx
neighborhoods, New York City, the USA and the globe.