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  by Nancy Foote, Middle School Science teacher from Queen Creek, Arizona I’ve always been a huge fan of NPR (National Public Radio).  Each time I listened, I heard something new, interesting and informative.  I shared what I learned with my students and family.  The fit of NPR and my physics classroom was generally not […]

Boston Latin School 7th grade science teacher Raquel Jacobson-Peregrino recently used the To the Moon lesson with her students to get them thinking about what it would be like to live on the moon.  They examined questions such as: Should humans return to the Moon? What is the value in studying the Moon? To demonstrate what […]

Listen Edition founder Monica Brady-Myerov, visited Anna Roundville’s special education class at Sharon High School in Sharon, MA to see how she uses Listen Edition in the classroom. Students were eager to share their new found knowledge from a Listen Edition story on the Dust Bowl. Modifying Listen Edition stories Anna’s students take part in the […]

Susan, a 7th grade social studies teacher in Brookline is a Listen Edition Power User.  She shares 5 reasons why she loves to use Listen Edition in her classroom. Tell us why you love Listen Edition by emailing us or Tweet at us! Why I’m enamored with ListenEdition: Kids engage with the reports. It’s easy […]

Ms. Sue Rogers, a teacher at Marshall Simonds Middle School in Burlington, MA, showcases how she uses Listen Edition in her BEAM class. BEAM is an acronym for Burlington’s Extending Academic Model classes that serves as a pull-out enrichment class for the academically talented. In her blog post, she talks about: How and why Listen […]

Listen Edition user Tom Diaz is a history teacher at Boston’s Middle School Academy. Read this article, re-posted from Boston Public School’s Department of History and Social Studies, about his experience using Listen Edition in the classroom. I guess my wife is glad to see my car pull into the driveway in the afternoon, but […]