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How to Use Listenwise in the Classroom with Students

Instructional Routines

There are many ways to regularly incorporate Listenwise into classroom practice. Explore how other educators are using Listenwise in their teaching.

 

 

 

 

Debates

Developing cohesive arguments and evaluating argument strength are important skills. Here are some ideas for how to use podcasts in teaching those skills:

 

 

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.

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Remote Learning

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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Current Events

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:

 

 

Student Voice

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: