With Class

Dragon Page "With Class" was a podcast hosted by Lorrie and Sheila, two teachers who shared a passion for encouraging kids to want to learn more than just what they were being given in classes for tests.

Dragon Page With Class

In addition to talking about topics related to education, they interviewed authors of YA novels, both popular and off the beaten track, and encouraged listeners to turn them on to books or authors they themselves might not have discovered yet.

Later, Lorrie was joined by Meghan, Noemi and Jessica to talk about a variety of challenges facing educators in this more technologically connected age.

The show spanned nearly 40 episodes between 2006-2009, but the podcast is no longer available.

With Class #00: Gordon Korman
With Class #01: David Lubar
With Class #02: Jane Yolen
With Class #03: Stephenie Meyer
With Class #04: Mark Jeffrey
With Class #05: What the Students Are Reading
With Class #06: Nancy Springer
With Class #07: John Vornholt
With Class #08: Plans for the Summer Break
With Class #09: Bruce Coville
With Class #10: Frank Beddor
With Class #11: D. M. Cornish
With Class #12: Kathe Koja
With Class #13: CopperCon Kids Events
With Class #14: Matthew Wayne Selznick
With Class #15: Delia Sherman
With Class #16: Rebecca Moesta
With Class #17: Elizabeth Haydon
With Class #18: Morgan DiFelice
With Class #19: Kevin Cordi
With Class #20: Talking Shop
With Class #21: Technology and Education
With Class #22: David Lubar
With Class #23: Remembering Joe Murphy
With Class #24: David Klass
With Class #25: Jeanne DuPrau
With Class #26: Podcasting and Education
With Class #27: Beyond Teaching
With Class #28: What's Your Book Type?
With Class #29: The Discipline of Education
With Class #30: Just What Does the Principal Do?
With Class #31: Making A Difference
With Class #32: The Roles Teachers Play
With Class #33: Sex Education in School
With Class #34: Inspirations From a Teacher
With Class #35: Dynamics in Classrooms
With Class #36: Drugs: Awareness and Responsibility
With Class #37:

The PowerPoint presentation used during the "Podcasting in the Classroom" panel at Dragon*Con 2006 is still available