Podcasting Who Cares? Teacher Voice

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A presentation I gave to staff to help motivate them to share their work in the classroom. We need to share all of our stories and voices collectively to create a school voice so others can learn from …

A presentation I gave to staff to help motivate them to share their work in the classroom. We need to share all of our stories and voices collectively to create a school voice so others can learn from us and vice versa.

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  • 1. Who Cares? PODCASTING:
  • 2. What do these knobs all do ?
  • 3. Why does the blind man’s wife paint herself?
  • 4. What exactly do we have and what for?
  • 5. Future Uses…. BMS Radio News Brief → Video Weekly Chat Series
  • 6. TEACHER VOICE
  • 7. There are- 76 crows 14 parrots and 10 squirrels on a tree. A hunter with a big gun approaches dangerously close to the tree. Crows are fighting between them for a piece of bone, so they don’t notice. Squirrels hide in a tree hole, Parrots notice the hunter and decide to fly. How many birds are left on the tree?? It’s simple. Isn’t it? The Riddle:
  • 8. Some people are quick to answer: 76 crows are left on the tree. They know squirrels are not birds. Many people heard this kind of puzzle in before and respond NONE! When a hunter fires the gun, all birds will fly! But both of these answers are not correct.
  • 9. Because the riddle tells us, ‘hunter approaches’ the tree. There is no firing of gun yet. The correct answer is: 90! Yes…90. There are 76 crows and 14 parrots on the tree. I can hear some of you protesting, “But parrots decided to fly!” That’s where lies the real lesson: They just DECIDED. They haven’t flown yet. Deciding something doesn’t make a difference. Until and unless there is an action on that decision, status quo remains.