By Harry Brake
- Public to School, School to Public Librarianship - This is a podcast tying together the public and school librarianship connections. Led by Donna Carter and Harry Brake. This episode utilizes a cell phone interview, WITH the snowball microphone, in place of using JUST the cellphone as the microphone in the last podcast - do you notice the difference?
NRWC 2022's Work Study interview with Ms. Sydney Williams from the Nanticoke Watershed Alliance
Georgetown Upward Bound students Ganesvio and Kendra interview Ms. Sydney Williams, Education Coordinator, from the Nanticoke River Watershed Conservancy 2022 work study program.
July 29, 2022
December 04 Classic Upward Bound- Meeting Students At their Concern Level
Students from Del Techs's Georgetown Campus- Classic Upward Bound, discuss topics of concern as 2021-2022 school year winds down for the Fall Semester.
December 13, 2021
Concerns That Stay on the Horizon, Meeting Classic Upward Bound Student Where They Are
In meeting with Classic Upward Bound Students December 04, we were able to find the concerns they see around them as we navigate through difficult academic waters. We'd love to hear your input based on students' concerns we hear currently! Thank you Kamira, Robyn, Isaac and Jordan!
December 12, 2021
9/11 Gallery Walk Podcasts Anderson
This is a podcast to accompany our WHS 9/11 Memorial Tribute with Ms. Anderson
October 26, 2021
9/11 Gallery Walk Podacasts Wagar
This is a podcast to accompany our WHS 9/11 Memorial Tribute with Ms Wagar.
October 26, 2021
Tracey Shorty and 9/11 Reminders
Coordinated with our 9/11 Gallery walk, Tracey Short leads us through her recollection of 9/11. twenty years ago.
October 19, 2021
Rebecca Drye Reflections on 9/11
Part of our 9/11 Gallery Walk, Rebecca Drye from Del Tech reflects on 9/11 20 years ago.
October 19, 2021
Alexander Emert reflections on 9/11
As part of our 9/11 Gallery Walk, our Science teacher, Alexander Emert, reflects back this day, 20 years ago.
October 19, 2021
Reflections of 9/11 with Suzette Marine
Adding to the Woodbridge High Virtual 9/11 Gallery Walk, Suzette Marine reflects on the 9/11 event twenty years ago.
October 11, 2021
9/11 Reflections with Lynne Zanowic
Accompanying our virtual 9/11 Exhibit housed at Woodbridge High School, Lynne Zanowic reflects on 9/11 twenty years ago.
October 11, 2021
9/11 Accounts accompanying the 2021 WHS 9/11 Gallery Walk - Mia Vera
Mia Vera recounts her memory of the events of 9/11, twenty years ago.
September 29, 2021
9/11 Accounts accompanying the 2021 WHS 9/11 Gallery Walk - Ian Daws
Ian Daws recounts his memory of the 9/11 day twenty years ago.
September 28, 2021
9/11 Accounts accompanying the 2021 WHS 9/11 Gallery Walk - James Weiler
James Weiler recalls his memory of 9/11, twenty years ago accompanying the WHS 9/11 Gallery Walk Exhibit.
September 28, 2021
Woodbridge's The Runner's High Podcast with Rob Perciful Episode 2
Woodbridge High's Cross Country Series Podcast completes Episode 2 with Legend, Coach Rob Perciful with many tips of success in experiencing Cross Country as a sport.
August 31, 2021
The Runner's High Podcast 3 with Coach Perciful, Episode 1 of 2.
On August 11, 2021 I was lucky enough to sit down with legendary Coach Perciful at Cape Henlopen High School to delve deeper into the sport of Cross Country. This is Episode 1 of 2, with more memories and laughter than one should be privileged to.
August 29, 2021
Classic Upward Bound Week 6 Episode 2 Places and Spaces
We continue with an informative and telling reality of what is accessible and what is not thanks to Kamira's honest reaction to a previous issue we discussed on how community often is not open and welcoming to some individuals and can be isolating. Her view point is so valuable! Parts you might not be able to hear, as I edited MUCH out already, but it was vital to keep what is here, so below is the transcript, as close as I can get it, to her reaction. "People having centers for common interests like in youth centers, like the YMCA That is one of the things out here we do not have anything like that If it is we have to afford it and go out and find it like swimming pools and so something like bring a lot of that optimism- out – because people from different backgrounds could all be at that one place with a common interest like a positive from a common community center The YMCA has become like a membership with fees – Back when we were growing up it was like a community place where everything was free and activities were free for kids and __________________ but now it is geared towards supporting the higher income people instead of free for everyone so that is where that has shut off for others. Kids my age had spent the summers there but it was very expensive If you do not have insurance, or healthcare and stuff, it is expensive, like 120.00 a week. And the age stops at 12. The kids that need a place to go most, don’t."
August 29, 2021
Week 6 Classic Upward Bound Reflect on Change Ep. 1
The last week of Classic Upward Bound's podcast series, students reflect on what is pertinent to shape their community and how this can be done. Episode 1- Contributors- Ashlynn, Wilvenska, Ms Yates, and Kalil. Wilvenska Ms Yates
August 28, 2021
Community book discussion on The Last Child in the Woods Week 1 Session 2
Community book discussion on The Last Child in the Woods at Every Fiber Aug 22 August 22nd, we continue a Community Book discussion on The Last Child in the Woods, covering Chapters 1-5. Thanks to the support of Dover High School Library Media Center and the idea of Math & Science Upward Bound students. This is the audio only from Week 1, Session 2's talk, with Math & Science Upward Bound student Ervin, Ms Donna, Ms Mervine, and Mr Brake participating!
August 28, 2021
Community book discussion on The Last Child in the Woods at Every Fiber
August 21st, we began a Community Book discussion on The Last Child in the Woods, at Seaford's Every Fiber, thanks to the support of Dover High School Library Media Center and the idea of Math & Science Upward Bound students. This is the audio only from Week 1, Session 1's talk.
August 22, 2021
Week 5 Classic Upward Bound Delves into Gender
Ms Yates, Juan, Kiki, Robyn, and Isaac start us off in their views on these topics: What role does gender and sexual orientation make in belief systems and the way individuals interact with others? Should this matter and if so, why? What is heteronormativity? What's the problem with "normal?" What societal expectations are placed on gender and sexuality? Terms Explanation LGBTQIAP+ Visuals Discussion - https://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/e/gender-and-sexuality
August 03, 2021
Week 4 What does it mean to be: A) part of a community? What is community? What is A Neighbor?
Week 4 of Classic Upward Bound tackled the theme of defining community. We had the following contributors: Robyn, Juan, Caleb, Ms Yates, Sherlyn, Ashlynn, Isaac, Wilvenska, Salma, Cleyber, and Kamira making a very significant point. What happens when you are FORCED into a community and aspects of that community are not welcoming? All good points we discuss and synthesize with two articles on a very specific Mr. Roger's episode: Officer Clemmons https://misterrogers.org/videos/sharing-a-swimming-pool/ and https://www.npr.org/2016/03/11/469846519/walking-the-beat-in-mr-rogers-neighborhood-where-a-new-day-began-together
July 26, 2021
Classic Upward Bound, Week 3, Faith, Customs, and Belief
We jump into listening to David Sedaris and his segment, "Jesus Shaves." http://scottduncan.free.fr/blog/jesus_shaves.pdf https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0yqn_OK6eE Students Juan, Lay, Issac, and Ashlynn weigh in on what role faith, customs, and beliefs play.
July 19, 2021
Classic Upward Bound, The American Dream Week 2
Classic Upward Bound Students from the Del Tech Campus in Georgetown, DE Discuss The American Dream and how they see this ideal, as then, now, and how this measures in their own lives. We start with Makayla, Ms Yates and stay tuned to hear more students!
July 16, 2021
Diversity and Multiculturalism
Podcast 1 kicking off the Summer 2021 Classic Upward Bound Summer Series
June 23, 2021
The Runner's High podcast 2 - Lauren and Eric Westog, XC Stories of Success!
Lauren and Eric Westog, athletes residing in Georgia, have long-standing connections with the sport of Cross Country. Hear some insights and tips for two athletes that have found a way to make XC a part of their success story. This is part two of the WHS Cross Country Podcast series, The Runner's High.
May 25, 2021
Commiting to Illustrating : Insights with Andew DeRose and Illustration
Twenty four years ago I volunteered to be a Big Brother with the YMCA program and initiated a friendship with Andrew DeRose. Drew always had an interest in illustration, and 24 years later, we reconnect and delve into the details of what illustration can mean to him, as well as how it has developed in him as an artist!
May 24, 2021
Woodbridge High Schools XC Podcast, The Runner's High with Sussex Academy XC Coach, Jay Diaz, Part II Unedited
Our UNEDITED version of part II, as many education professionals will understand the struggle for even 20 minutes of uninterrupted moments in the day! Coach Jay Diaz (and owner of Print Coast to 2 Coast), was as patient as you could imagine, through every interruption during a school day you could imagine!
May 04, 2021
Woodbridge High Schools XC Podcast, The Runner's High Podcast 1 with Sussex Academy XC Coach, Jay Diaz - Edited
This is the edited version of Part 2 with Coach Diaz, as we took the liberty of editing out the bells and interruptions to provide a cleaner interview.
May 04, 2021
Woodbridge High Schools XC Podcast, The Runner's High with Sussex Academy XC Coach, Jay Diaz
This was no April Fool's joke - April 1, 2021 Coach Diaz from Sussex Academy, and owner of Print Coast 2 Coast in Lewes sat down with us to talk Cross Country. This begins a series of podcasts we have planned and initiated about Cross Country in talking to coaches, athletes, and the overall sport. This is part I of a 2 part series. Find out about a great Cross Country tale that defines Cross Country as a sport, learn about what Sandhill Fields is, and yes, some ins and out about a sport that defines life in and out of the classroom!
April 19, 2021
Classic Upward Bound April 6, 2021 - Two Words
In two words, how would you describe your pandemic experience in the past year? Classic Upward Bound students and faculty delve into this topic.
April 06, 2021
Guest Desi and Terence Moore, Dara Savage Answer Concerns Based on Educational Inquiry During the Covid Experience.
The Classic Upward Bound students end the summer session of the the Social Investigations and World Issues podcast with guests Desi Moore, Terence Moore, and Dara Savage. Educational insights during this pandemic come to light for both educators and students alike! Desiree and Terence Moore are members of the Seaford community and have both chosen education as their career fields. Coming from a family of educators, Desiree works for Jobs for Delaware Graduates, also known as JDG, as a training coordinator, where she equips JDG teachers throughout the state with best practices to deliver engaging curriculum to students in JDG programs. Prior to her current position, she was a classroom JDG teacher at Seaford High School for many years. Her husband, Terence Moore is a library media specialist for the Capital School District and has been an educator for 28 years, teaching natural science and library science for many years at the middle and high school levels. For the past 5 years he has been a school library media specialist and gifted and talented teacher at South Dover Elementary School. Ms Moore is the President of the AFRAM Festival and Mr Moore has always been a major aspect of the AFRAM planning as well. ~ Dara Savage – Seaford High School Board Member Life-long Seaford resident , I am a National Faculty Member for PBL Works, Lead Mentor teacher and Instructional Coach at the Early College High School at Delaware State University, member of the Budget Oversight Board, member of the Delaware Secretary of Education’s Teacher Advisory Board, serve on the Department of Education Literacy Cadre and Digital Learning Cadre, former English teacher at Seaford High, and collaborator with planning the AFRAM festival.
July 30, 2020
Athletics versus Academics
The dilemma of sports versus athletics is brought up, and now in a new situation with Covid. See how Classic Upward Bound students view this topic.
July 23, 2020
Why Debate? Part II. With Webber's Ed's Mark Webber.
We pick up this second half of investigating with Webber's Ed https://www.webbersed.com/ founder, Mark Webber, how a strong Debate program supports the real life expectations in such a changing educational setting as today.
July 21, 2020
Why Debate? Part I
We sit down with Mr. Mark Webber, from Webber's Ed found at https://www.webbersed.com/ to discuss how Debate is a tool that provides the real life education students require today.
July 21, 2020
BLM topic with Summer Upward Bound students
Students from the Upward Bound Summer program weigh in in the Black Lives Matter movement.
July 14, 2020
Analayzing Boy in the Black Suit and With the Fire on High sequel
Upward Bound students tackle thoughts and perceptions about the YA novels, Boy in the Black Suit and With the Fire on High sequel.
July 13, 2020
Analyzing YA novels The Boy in the Black Suit and With the FIre on High
Upward Bound Students at Georgetown, Delaware take a preliminary examination of the books The Boy in the Black Suit and the novel With the Fire on High.
July 13, 2020
The State versus Nobody
Summer Academy students from Upward Bound chose this scenario: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zlh1OkvMCDZEYgA_kGTPbushMKI4L2tp/view?usp=sharing We broke into groups of 2 - and we discussed that they feel and viewed about this topic! Thanks to Webber's Educational Consulting for getting us started!
July 02, 2020
Mid May Corona Meanderings
The pandemic has enveloped everyone, now what? We use the snowball microphone with cellphone this episode compared to just using the cell phone alone as in last episode- can you tell the difference?
May 11, 2020
Due Knowledge is Here! Episode I
We have settled on our suggested name for our Site thanks to Logan Frye- So be on the look out for our new Title....(Drumroll....) Due Knowledge! We love it! This episode we explore our initial reactions to everything Quarantine and Librarians! We have settled on using a cell phone (Safe Distancing) Thank you Samsung! - to bring in Donna Carter, Public School Librarian on his Dell with Harry Brake from Woodbridge High School - with no other mic! It is possible! However, next podcast we will demonstrate what difference it makes when we talk (Safe Distancing) using the cell phone, a studio mic, and the computer - so you can hear the difference! Thanks for "checking in!"
April 15, 2020
Classic Upward Bound and the Coronavirus Experience
Upward Bound participants reflect on the Coronavirus impacts. Salma and Kalil offer the initial experience into this pandemic in Delaware from a student experience.
March 14, 2020
Returning to Pay It Forward Segment 2 of 2
What happens when the philosophy of Paying It Forward begins? We hear the grassroots plan by guest Darshil Patel do just that, this podcast led by Upward Bound students on what giving back to your community can look like. Same questions, different style and responses, led by Upward Bound students from schools all over Sussex County.
February 14, 2020
Returning to Pay It Forward Segment 1 of 2
What happens when the philosophy of Paying It Forward begins? We hear the grassroots plan by guest Darshil Patel do just that, this podcast led by Upward Bound students on what giving back to your community can look like.
February 12, 2020
Scenari-you Second Segment American Dirt and Entrepreneurship
While a echo-y and rough test of what can be done with podcasting from afar and close - we delve back into student's input on the idea of the controversy surrounding American Dirt. Please excuse the rough sound of this episode as students are experimenting with the capabilities and techniques of podcasting while addressing issues that come out from literature around us.
February 08, 2020
Welcome to a new segment where we take a current news topic or Scenario, present it to young people and see where we go with it, turning this into a ScenariYou! This week we take the topic of the controversy surrounding the book - American Dirt and see what connections and discussion topics students make with this scenario starter!
January 30, 2020
The Third Space Segment 3
Does a Third Space exist for students? Is it essential? We revisit this topic with the third of three segments, adding this resource relating to the idea of The Third Space - https://mrlibrarydude.wordpress.com/2019/04/05/the-library-as-a-third-place/ Listen to our first segment here - https://anchor.fm/dashboard/episode/ea4bi4 Our second segment here- https://anchor.fm/dashboard/episode/ea4bi4 and an initial article on this idea of The Third Space : https://www.dropbox.com/s/mj41siumy1e1du7/The%20Third%20Space.pdf?dl=0 Stay tuned for future views on the connections made between public libraries and public libraries.
January 12, 2020
The Third Space Segment 2 January 11, 2020
Does a Third Space exist for students? Is it essential? We revisit this topic with the second of three segments, adding this resource relating to the idea of The Third Space - https://www.sconul.ac.uk/sites/default/files/documents/3_18.pdf Listen to our first segment here - https://anchor.fm/dashboard/episode/ea4bi4 and an initial article on this idea of The Third Space : https://www.dropbox.com/s/mj41siumy1e1du7/The%20Third%20Space.pdf?dl=0&fbclid=IwAR3GphG3bNmVJfD4Tc7MRS9ggv7zyPe3xLqzgRDFZoja0TVCfwn_78Ut300 Stay tuned for segment three with more students on this topic.
January 12, 2020
Third Space Segment 1
The Third Space and Library perceptions vs realities from student perspectives. Does a Third Space exist for students? Is it essential? Read more on this ideal here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mj41siumy1e1du7/The%20Third%20Space.pdf?dl=0 and hear how students feel about this and how it applies to them when it come to libraries and schools. Segment 1 of 3
January 11, 2020
2020 Visions for Public and School Librarians
This is one of many episodes where we seek out your suggestions for titles of our new podcast series involving educators and teens alike.
January 01, 2020