Jennifer Koch Lubke
  • 54, Female
  • Knoxville, TN
  • United States
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Interactive podcasts to reinforce listening skills?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Leesa johnson Oct 2, 2016. 4 Replies

Phonics and reading apps for older, struggling readers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Yannitell Jan 24, 2012. 1 Reply

Survey for preservice teachers

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former classroom teacher, assistant professor, parent
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I am a teacher/learner on leave from the classroom after 11 years teaching high school Language Arts. Shortly after completing a master’s degree in Instructional Technology at the University of Tennessee in 2008, I began work on a PhD in Education, with a concentration in Literacy Studies. I earned my PhD in December 2013. My primary research interest is to understand what it means to be a teacher, or "lead learner," in a 21st century educational context.

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I am of the opinion that my life belongs to the whole community and as long as I live, it is my privilege to do for it whatever I can. I want to be thoroughly used up when I die, for the harder I work the more I live.

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Featured student blog: meet Ann

Posted on June 21, 2009 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

Cross-posted at Fireside Learning and ThinkTime.

Many teachers shy away from contemporary music. Why? It could be because their own teachers did the same.
That quote comes from Ann, an aspiring music educator at the… Continue

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At 11:27am on June 22, 2009, Mark Cruthers said…
Hi Jennifer,

With your interest in Instructional Technology, I recommend you take a look at Wiziq's virtual classroom and authorstream's power point presentation platform. Both are web based platforms, have a bunch of features and free basic service. Here’s a public class recording conducted by Nellie Deutsch on Technology Integration.

At 1:18pm on April 16, 2009, Peter Lane said…
My pleasure (and stress) are all yours... : )
At 8:21pm on April 13, 2009, Peter Lane said…
Hi, from Northern California. I'll try to not let you down as you look around... : ) If you see something you like or can be improved upon please let me know.
At 3:48pm on January 30, 2009, Mark Cruthers said…
Hi Jennifer,

I recommend you take a look at Wiziq's virtual classroom and authorstream's power point presentation platform. Both are web based platforms, have a bunch of features and free basic service.
At 4:01pm on October 18, 2007, Ian Carmichael said…
Embed away - I just grabbed it from You Tube myself.
At 3:57pm on October 18, 2007, Ian Carmichael said…
I was thinking more of models of the use(s) of digital media and critical and responsible engagement with such media.
At 12:15am on October 18, 2007, Ian Carmichael said…
Love your passion - clue me in, as someone keen to see media use and understanding develop at our College, and to see the development of critical and responsible engagement - but also as someone who won't be a driver of this. I'd like to get some pictures of what growth and success in this realm would look like. Is there a relevant forum here, or there, or...
At 3:48pm on October 17, 2007, Ian Carmichael said…
No problem, use away. (Standard royalty fees of course!)
At 12:18am on October 17, 2007, Ian Carmichael said…
The ning is private, just because its our curriculum digital learning exploration space for our own staff to ponder and reflect, fins and share wisdom. Having said that, it's just a bare bones ning - I've invited all our staff sub-committee to join and share on forums related to our curriculum questions. I've created three of the forums, but at least one other has been created. In the nature of the structure, this can be branched out to other discussions, forums and subgroups, as the mood takes the membership.

The reason for starting it is partly because of the discussion here on Faculty Meetings, and some comments exchanged between Dennis O'Conner and me about online learning. There are many things our group need to tackle - and to make it wieldy the admin wanted us to subdivide.
I, on the other hand, didn't want to wind up on 5 subcommittees, nor miss out on the transaction in 4 groups if we met simultaneously. It seemed to me to be great use of this framework to allow the possibility of a large number of people being in discussion, and yet, only one person is able to talk at a time, and everybody who has something to contribute can. The nightmare of scheduling and prioritising meetings can be reduced.
We started the process as a f2f group, and we'll regather, but the intermediate chats can be carried out asynchronously, fitted better to our individual schedules, and be wider ranging that a large disparate group.
(A minor sub-point, but relevant: for me a- partially deaf, I'm not as exhausted trying to filter out signal conversation from noise. In a large group with lots of chat, I'm cut out.)
At 12:24pm on September 25, 2007, Brad Davis said…
we don't really have a policy yet but we do have an internet use policy

most teachers have been coming up with their own permissions slips for their blogs and or wikis

the link for my school's wiki is actually a private site but i would love to invite you if you want- it is in its infant stages now though-

and I too thought social networking was just a dating network- i have been pleasantly surprised


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