How to Use Listenwise in the Classroom with Students
There are many ways to regularly incorporate Listenwise into classroom practice. Explore how other educators are using Listenwise in their teaching.
- Blog Post: First Month of Listenwise
- Blog Post: Robotics and American Literature Classes Implement Listenwise
- Blog Post: How Do Teachers Use Listenwise?
- Blog Post: 5 Ways to Get Started with Listenwise
- Blog Post: Introducing Listening Lessons With Your Students
- Blog Post: 7 Guidelines for Teaching Listening
- Blog Post: 5 Ways to Integrate Listenwise into Your Teaching
- Blog Post: How to Use Listenwise to Improve Listening, Literacy, and Language Skills
- Blog Post: Lesson Ideas from Listenwise Advocates
- Blog Post: Spotlighting Jim Bentley’s Classroom Listening Routine
- Blog Post: Listenwise at the George J. Ryan Middle School 216 Queens
- Video: Carolyn Brown Shares a Favorite Lesson
- Blog Post: 5 Ways to Use the Student Search Features
- Blog Post: How to Cite a Listenwise Audio Story
- PDF Download: Literacy Coach’s Toolkit: Proven Strategies for Teaching Listening Comprehension
Developing cohesive arguments and evaluating argument strength are important skills. Here are some ideas for how to use podcasts in teaching those skills:
- Blog Post: Facilitating Debates Using Listenwise Stories
- Blog Post: Teaching Written Argument with Debate Stories
- Webinar: Creating Classroom Debates
VIDEO: CA educator, Jessica Worthy, uses Listenwise in her Technology classroom. Find out how she uses Listenwise debate topics and sets up the listening lesson to support all students.
Listenwise is an online platform that supports remote learning with easy-to-use lessons and quizzes. Here are some resources on how to use Listenwise in a distance learning environment.
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- Blog Post: Listenwise for In-Person and At-Home Learners
- Blog Post: Adapting to Hybrid Learning Using Listenwise
- Blog Post: In Distance or Hybrid Learning, Linking Listening and Reading Is Key
- Blog Post: Quick Start Guide to Remote Learning with Listenwise
- Blog Post: Setting Up Listenwise Classes for Remote Learning
- Blog Post: 3 Ways To Use Listenwise for Remote Learning
- Blog Post: 4 Ways To Bring Listenwise Podcast Discussion Online
- Blog Post: Fun, Engaging Podcasts to Hook Students into Remote Learning
- Blog Post: Teaching English Language Learners Remotely Using Listenwise
- Webinar: Meeting the Needs of ELs in Remote Learning Using Listenwise
- Video Tutorial: How to Share Audio [to Google Classroom] in Listenwise Premium
- Video Tutorial: Assigning Listenwise Quizzes
- Download: Listenwise Remote Learning Guide
- Download: Parent Enrichment Guide
- Download: Guia de Enriquecimiento
- Podcast: Listenwise News Bites - NEW current events podcast for young listeners featuring fun, interesting, relevant news stories that keep kids engaged, informed, and entertained.
Teaching current events can help students make connections between what they are learning and the world beyond school. Here are some ideas for incorporating them into your instruction:
Providing students with opportunities to share their voices and express their views and interests can increase engagement in learning. Here are some ideas for using podcasts to support students in developing their own voices through writing and speaking:
- Blog Post: Uplifting Student Voice in the Classroom with Listenwise
- Blog Post: How to Teach With Authentic Voices
- Blog Post: Tips on Teaching Kindness for Middle & High Schoolers
- Blog Post: Get to Know Your Students – Using Podcasts
- Blog Post: Facilitating Online Discussions in Google Classroom