Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Podcasting supporting Teaching and Learning

Mon 24th May 1:45-5:00
PODCASTING ... in teaching and learning
Podcasts are really very simple (once you have been shown) ... they are audio (sometimes video) recordings that are put on the internet (subscribed to) and have the potential to be brilliant resources to use with students and by students of all ages.

We will go through the whole process of making an audio recording, editing and then putting the file on a website so it can be listened to (and subscribed to) by anyone in the world with an internet connection.

Subscribing to a Podcast is done using an RSS aggregator ... we will only have time to cover these briefly, if you need to know more about RSS then you are advised to attend one of the other workshops that covers this in more detail. RSS also has the capability of saving teachers a large amount of time if they need to check multiple student podcasts, blogs wikis or websites.
If you have time before the workshop then have a listen to some of the Podcasts we made in earlier workshops in Singapore ... they really are fun to listen to

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At 18 May 2010 at 22:06 , Anonymous ian mcgrath said...

Hi, Ian McGrath again see comment on blog site

At 18 May 2010 at 22:11 , Anonymous trevor Gyles said...

Hi, Trevor Gyles here. working for 5 years in Mathematics. B4 that worked at Tafe teaching IT. I would like to gain information about including Podcats and blogs in class and incorporate the students existing knowlege and skills in my teaching

At 20 May 2010 at 17:36 , Blogger Jill said...

Hi all,
My name is Jill Wilson and I am the Teacher Librarian at St Ignatius School in Toowong, Brisbane. Other info on the blog site. My gmail account is
Cheers, Jill.


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