Hear the voices of all-time baseball greats, including Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Carl Hubbell, Johnny Vander Meer, and broadcaster Mel Allen. Also includes the radio call of Brooklyn Dodgers' Cookie Lavagetto's 1947 World Series game-winning double against the New York Yankees, Babe Ruth's final goodbye at Yankee Stadium, and the New York Giant Bobby Thompson's three-run walk off "Shot Heard Round The World" home run off Brooklyn's Ralph Branca to win the 1951 National League pennant.
Hear the voices of Olympic Track Greats, including Jesse Owens, winner of 4 Gold Medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics; Josy Barthel, a Luxembougish runner who won the men's 1500 meters at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics; and Roger Bannister, an English athlete best known for breaking the four-minute mile.
In this 30-minute interview, Dr. Rick Sheridan, a longtime university professor and author of the book Social Media in the Classroom, helps teachers understand why using social media in the classroom is so important, and the effective ways to use it. Topics include: Why is social media use in the classroom so valuable for both teachers and students. Ways to promote cultural understanding. Developing an online portfolio. What can students and teachers do to protect their privacy online.
Consider the countless streets, roads, and avenues you've traveled over your lifetime. Ever imagine you could have the choice to name one of those streets? This recording discusses four methods - and the steps you will need to take - to get a street named after yourself or a hero you admire or changed to a name you petition for. Though the process is typically neither quick nor easy, it is possible with enough patience and determination.