Ninth-grader Khanyisile in Cape Town, South Africa, writes notes of positive reinforcement on her backpack.
Khanyisile said she reads the message on her bag every day before she walks to school, because it reminds her that life is getting better.
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This is great. I’d love to print it out. Although, I’d also like to lower number 2.
(Source: childlifespecialist, via from-student-to-teacher)
Spreaker: Create a free live podcast.
Several options for accounts but the free account will probably be enough to suit the needs of many teachers/classrooms.
In the past I used Aviary to podcast with students but since the tools are no longer available Spreaker looks like a nice replacement. Actually it looks easier.
Kids love to record and listen to themselves. Podcasting is a great way and with Spreaker it can also be shared with family and friends.
What can your students podcast? Anything! Check out Listening to Themselves: Podcasting Takes Lessons Beyond the Classroom from Edutopia to get some fantastic ideas.