Digitally Speaking: Creating Exceptional Podcasts, Videos, and More with Erik Palmer
Join Erik Palmer, author of the ASCD book Teaching the Core Skills of Listening and Speaking, for an exciting, free webinar to learn how you can use digital tools in your classroom to develop competent communicators.
Wednesday, July 16, 2014, 3:00 p.m. eastern time
Increasingly teachers are using digital communication tools in classes. Videos, digital stories, podcasts, Skype conferences with other classes, and audio recordings are becoming commonplace. In addressing Common Core State Standards requirements to incorporate audio and video enhancements in presentations, teachers are struggling to find tools and ways to use them well. In this webinar, Palmer will introduce digital tools and websites and, more importantly, show teachers how to use the tools to meet both student and the curriculum needs.
Erik Palmer is a professional speaker and educational consultant from Denver, Colorado, whose passion for speaking has been part of every one of his careers. He spent 21 years in the classroom in the Cherry Creek School District in Englewood, Colo., primarily as an English teacher but also as a teacher of math, science, and civics. Learn more about Palmer and how he looks at listening and speaking in today's classrooms by reading his guest posts on ASCD's Inservice blog: "Teaching Presentation Skills: No More Lip Service" and "How to Teach Listening in the Digital Age: Three Questions to Ask."
This webinar is a part of ASCD's free Summer Boot Camp webinar series on classroom technology and is brought to you by Adobe Presenter. Sign up for one or all of these webinars and view archived presentations at www.ascd.org/bootcamp.