Web 2.0 für den Unterricht: Wikis, Blogs und Podcasts:Neue und nützliche Werkzeuge für den Unterricht Will Richardson
Dieses Handbuch für Lehrende hilft dabei, die Werkzeuge des Internets für den Unterricht zu nutzen. Der Autor, selbst Lehrer, bietet die Sicherheit, sich nicht in technischen Problemen oder überzogenen Ansprüchen zu verheddern. Welche neuen methodisch-didaktischen Möglichkeiten sich auftun, wird in Schritt-für-Schritt-Anleitungen erklärt.
You´ve heard of Anaïs Nin, the free-spirited feminist intellectual, but have you heard of Bern Porter? Susie starts of today´s show with a look at one man´s wild recounting of his supposedly wild sex life with Nin. Susie found this strange story at the blog Thinking of Anais Nin (blog.anaisnin.com), where the blogger considers if Bern was making this up or really had a torrid affair. Porter Bern was a physicist turned publicist who wrote a book called I Pursue Her Still. Next, Susie has another article to share, from Nerve.com, and this one is seriously sad, but very important: ´´What Terry Richardson Tells Me About the Grey Line of Consent´´ by Lux Alptraum. Richardson is a photographer of many celebrities and teen models. It seems he likes to have sex with everyone, allegedly whether or not they want to, and Alptraum says young careers are on the line if the girls refuse. She lays out all the unfortunate details of how damaging a rape culture, hidden as ´´it´s part of the job´´, can be. Then, it´s ´´What´s New on Audible´´. Susie has an audiobook anthology to share with us today: Best Bondage Erotica 2014 by Rachel Kramer Bussel and Laura Antoniou. Susie says this book is hot! It has everything you love: submission, dominance, spanking, and so much more. Lily Bask and Kyle St. James narrate the book, and Susie has a sample for you to hear. Have a question or news story for Susie? You can send your confidential queries and comments to email@example.com. [Episode 625, July 25, 2014] Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/140725/pf_suzy_140725_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Eating pussy, muff diving, and giving head are making headlines in Toronto recently. It´s not about the sex shops; it´s happening at city hall. Today, Susie talks about Mayor Rob Ford´s sexual adventures up in Canada. Oh, it´s not been pretty - he´s in a bunch of trouble with his constituents as well as the press. Next, Susie looks at Google´s decision to display warnings on some popular search terms - and there are 13,000 that qualify! These words are associated with child pornography, so Google says it´s all about stopping child abuse. But some of the ´´dangerous´´ words are ´´daddy´´ and ´´Lolita´´. Susie says this is a lame attempt to help parents feel that their kids are now safer online. Then, in our ´´What´s New on Audible´´ segment, Susie introduces another sexy audiobook: Best Black Women´s Erotica by Blanche Richardson. This was the very first anthology of black women´s erotica, and it includes 25 stories by many great writers. Susie has an audio sample for you to enjoy. Have a question? You can call Susie´s hotline at 831-480-5110. And you can send your confidential questions - plus requests for free samples and blog banners! - to firstname.lastname@example.org [Episode 595, December 6, 2013] Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/131206/pf_suzy_131206_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Nine short stories written and read by comedians, recorded live in front of an audience at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.´May Contain Nuts´ by Janey Godley: a woman glimpses her own mortality when she calculates that only 27 years separate her from her cantankerous father. ´The Hair of the Dead´ by Sarah Millican: a moving (and very funny) short story about a compassionate undertaker´s assistant. ´Gone Fishing´ by Jon Richardson: a tale of love and betrayal set in a remote village in the Yorkshire Dales.´The Woman Who Sniffed´ by Susan Calman: a wry look at office politics, told with Calman’s characteristic humour and upbeat energy.´Just When You Thought It Was Safe to Be Green´ by Patrick Monahan: a tale that warns against paying too much attention to government crime statistics. ´On the Dot´ by Shazia Mirza: a story featuring a certain Mrs Pims, who is always mysteriously late for everything. Then one day, the reason for her tardiness becomes apparent....´Stairlift Us Up Where We Belong´ by Sarah Millican: a poignant and funny monologue exploring the tricky turning point in a woman´s life, when she goes from being thought of as useful to becoming invisible. ´Spooky and the Van´ by Joe Lycett: 17-year-old Julian is writing a blog. He´s currently experiencing the weird limbo that lies between finishing school and starting university. As well as musing upon how his life might change, Julian´s neighbor, nicknamed Spooky, is providing plenty of writing material and mystery.... ´A Difference of Opinion´ by Bridget Christie: When Bridget´s husband is assaulted by the ghost of a long dead European leader, it highlights the vast differences in interpretation between a believer and an atheist. Produced by Kirsteen Cameron. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bridget Christie, Janey Godley, Joe Lycett, Jon Richardson, Patrick Monahan, Sarah Millican, Shazia Mirza, Susan Calman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rhuk/003893/bk_rhuk_003893_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Real Life Organizing offers clutter-free storage solutions and advice that can help you create a Pinterest-worthy home on a small budget: Learn how to organize your home, simplify life, and have more time for the things you love. Organizational expert Cassandra ´´Cas´´ Aarssen, the guru from YouTube´s ClutterBug channel, reveals her tips, tricks, and secrets to a clean and clutter-free home in just 15 minutes a day. Aarssen spends her time organizing other people´s homes, teaching college workshops on organization, and creating weekly videos and blog posts. Cas offers DIY Pinterest-type tips to people like you who are interested in how to get rid of clutter and how to organize your home.Organized person on the outside: The secret to her success? She´s a giant mess on the inside, but an organized person who can teach you how to get rid of clutter and organize your home once and for all.Simplify your life: In her debut, Real Life Organizing, Cas walks you through the steps you can take to create a beautiful, organized, clutter-free, and almost self-cleaning home - a DIY Pinterest home. Simplify your life. You do not have to get rid of all of your things, you do not have to be a yoga-loving minimalist, and you do not have to radically change your lifestyle or personality in order to simplify your life and have an organized home. The truth is that you do not need to actually be an organized person to live like an organized person.Organize home: Through her years of experience as an industry expert, Cas has uncovered easy and inexpensive tips, tricks, and solutions that allow her to maintain a clean, organized, and functional home with minimal effort. After you´ve listened to Real Life Organizing, you too will be able to live a more organized life without having to give up your sanity.In Real Life Organizing, you will learn how to:Create a household-management bind 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ann Richardson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/011907/bk_blak_011907_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Bringing Up Bébé meets Last Child in the Woods in this lively, insightful memoir about a mother who sets out to discover if the nature-centric parenting philosophy of her native Scandinavia holds the key to healthier, happier lives for her American children. When Swedish-born Linda McGurk moved to small-town Indiana with her American husband to start a family, she quickly realized that her outdoorsy ways were not the norm. In Sweden children play outside all year round, regardless of the weather, and letting young babies nap outside in freezing temperatures is not only common - it is a practice recommended by physicians. In the US, on the other hand, she found that the playgrounds, which she had expected to find teeming with children, were mostly deserted. In preschool, children were getting drilled to learn academic skills while their Scandinavian counterparts were climbing trees, catching frogs, and learning how to compost. Worse, she realized that giving her daughters the same freedom to play outside that she had enjoyed as a child in Sweden could quickly lead to a visit by Child Protective Services. The brewing culture clash finally came to a head when McGurk was fined for letting her children play in a local creek, setting off an online firestorm when she expressed her anger and confusion on her blog. The rules and parenting philosophies of her native country and her adopted homeland were worlds apart. Struggling to fit in and to decide what was best for her children, McGurk turned to her own childhood for answers. Could the Scandinavian philosophy of ´´there is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes´´ be the key to better lives for her American children? And how would her children´s relationships with nature change by introducing them to Scandinavian concepts like friluftsliv (´´open-air living´´) and hygge (the coziness and the simple pleasures of home)? McGurk embarked on a six-month-long jour 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ann Richardson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/027179/bk_adbl_027179_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.