Digitally Speaking: How to Improve Student Presentations with Technology

Digitally Speaking is a Read & Watch book.  This is a new concept from Stenhouse Publishers: the online “book” contains text, embedded tutorials showing how to use the sites and tools introduced, embedded videos of teachers in action, audio examples of student work and comments, and videos of me!  For example, I wrote an introduction.  The folks at Stenhouse said, “Why not video you talking?  Don’t have people read the intro, have them watch you delivering the intro.” The result is here:


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The #1 language art is speaking. By far. I'm committed to promoting the teaching of oral communication in all of its forms.
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