Before There Was a Podcast…

There was an idea to upgrade the professional learning offered by the Expository Reading and Writing Course (ERWC). This included a podcast, something members of the ERWC community could consume while on the go while adding a personal touch from those creating the content.

To kick things off, Jeffery E. Frieden interviewed Chris Street. Jeffery is a high school English/Language Arts teacher in the Alvord Unified School District in Riverside, California, where he has been teaching ERWC for the past 10 years. Chis is a faculty member of California State University, Fullerton, though Chris has also taught middle and high school as well.

As ERWC has been transitioning from version 2.0 to 3.0, this experimental episode (of what would eventually become The Teaching ERWC Podcast), covered adapting the curriculum to California’s 2020 stay-at-home order and how, really, ERWC has always been about adaptation and innovation in order to best serve the students in any ERWC teacher’s community.

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The Teaching ERWC Podcast is produced, written, and developed by members of the ERWC Community, who is made up of many voices from many backgrounds. The community invites its members to be part of the content being produced here.

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