This episode of the A.T.TIPSCAST is supported by the International Society for Technology in Education who is the publisher of the Piano & Laylee Learning Adventures series.
Episode #99 features a brief discussion of how digital literacy skills and appropriate technology practices can be ingrained into the habits of young students by introducing them to fictional stories at an early age. The episode also includes an interview and review by a rising second grader who read each of the books.
This episode also features a bumper from Sandy Hanebrink, from http://touchthefuture.us who shares information about the organization which is located in the south eastern part of the United States.
A.T.TIPS in this Episode-
A.T.TIP 286 – Piano and Laylee Learning Adventure Series
- Piano and Laylee Go Online
- Piano and Laylee Text Message
- Piano and Laylee and the Cyberbully
- Piano and Laylee Help a Copycat Become a Creative Cat
- Piano and Laylee Learn About Acceptable Use Policies
Piano and Laylee Facebook Site
Piano and Laylee Author Wiki with Activities
ISTE Author Podcast interview with Author Carmela Curatola Knowles
Share the Piano and Laylee books in some way and let me know about it by June 27th, 2012 at 11:59pm. I’ll keep a list of all entries. Then, on June 28th, I’ll use a random number generator to select the winner of a complete set of Piano and Laylee books!! Each different way you share counts as one entry, so share as many different ways as you can! Tweets, status updates, e-mail notifications, posters hung on bathroom stalls…whatever! Tell me about your sharing so I know to add your entries to the list!
Mission Possible: Proliferating a Culture of Universal Design for Learning with Beth Poss & Chris Bugaj. January 29th & 30th, 2013 at the Assistive Technology Industry Association Conference in Orlando, Florida.
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This episode features a less than 30 second clip of music from the following artist:
Ralph’s World – Puppy Dog