Radio EPLT Episode 9 is now live!
In this episode, we have a good overview of some of the benefits and precautions about having classroom pets. The right pet can add just the right touch to a classroom, and we’ll show you how.
In addition to that, we interview Jeff Miller, who has been instrumental in maintaining the quality of many courses in the MET program. We talk mainly about two of the courses, ETEC 510 (Design of Technology-Supported Learning Environments) and ETEC 540 (Text Technologies: The Changing Spaces of Reading and Writing). We talk about what each course entails, how they work, and the incorporation of social media not just in these two courses, but many other MET courses as well.
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More details, including the link to the episode itself and the times for each segment, after the jump.
Radio EPLT – Episode 9 (60:45)
Just play it in the handy web player below.
2) Interview – Jeff Miller (04:05)
3) Pets in the Classroom (37:40)
Kids4Research – Caring for Classroom Pets
Kinderart – Pets in the Classroom
University of Saskatchewan – The Care of Live Animals in the Classroom
Pets in the Classroom.org – Classroom Pet Grant
Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association – Considerations as Teacher and “Owner” of Classroom Pets
US National Educational Association – Adopting Classroom Pets
Enjoy & Embrace Learning – Pets in the Classroom Grant
4) What’s Happening in EPLT? (57:40)
Application deadline for September 2011 intake is May 15
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Next episode is Friday, April 22