In this episode of the Wired Educator Podcast, Kelly interviews Don Goble about media literacy. Making movies and getting creative with sound, images, and movies can impact anyclassroom and every classroom. This is a wonderful interview with an amazing educator.
Don Goble is an award-winning Multimedia Instructor at Ladue Horton Watkins High School in St. Louis, Missouri. The National Journalism Education Association named Don as their Broadcast Adviser of the Year 2015. Don speaks internationally at conferences, conventions, and professional development workshops offering educators innovative ways to incorporate video and media literacy into the classroom. Don was a part of the 2011 Apple Distinguished Educator class. Connect with Don on Twitter @dgoble2001.
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Mentioned in this interview:
Don Goble's publications in the iTunes store can be viewed here.
Visit Don Goble's classroom website by clicking here.
Click here to visit Don Goble's professional website.
Here is the link to the article Don mentions about how the NYTimes Video team reported the terrorist attack.
A link to JEA National Broadcast Adviser of the Year
Also mentioned in this interview:
Audio Technica USB 2100 Microphone
iOgrapher Filmaking Case for iPhone
iOgrapher Filmaking Case for iPad
Don's favorite app: Touchcast App
Don's most-influential book: Pure Genius by Don Wettrick
SchoolTube for sharing videoes with students
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