Whether you’re an educator or a student, life is hard and moves fast. Our hectic days don’t give us much time to read (much less to savor and ponder on) more complex-but-wonderful-books like the classics.
CraftLit is a free podcast you and your students can listen to online, on an mp3 player, or stream to any smartphone or tablet via the CraftLit App or Stitcher Radio (and soon you will be able to listen on YouTube). (And it’s not cheating.)
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Prepping a new book is a gargantuan undertaking – how great would it be if you could do that prep in your car on the way to school?
Now you can!
Note: Premium content is bundled into audiobook form once complete and loaded into the show’s Shop.
The mild-emphasis on handicrafts and creativity supports whole-child learning and encourages students who wrestle with ADD-issues to find productive solutions to their fidgets.
Ordover – known by former students as an educator who preferred to “teach-to-the-joke” – gives listeners important points to focus on, vocabulary that might be tricky, and hard-to-find historical tid-bits that make these books come alive.
Listeners over the years have ranged from 6 to 86 and, as you see from the reviews, it’s worked out pretty well.
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