Hi all ... I'd be interested in joining this session if possible. I
have been working with Lucie Delabruere_Podd this semester and she
developed a very extensive resource for K-12 teachers ... Anyway, if
this happens, please let me know.
You can see it at: http://vtedblog.blogspot.com/
On Mar 4, 2006, at 4:29 PM, Charles Rathbone wrote:
> I'd be interested in a small group of academic blog/poddies getting
> together formally for perhaps three days in the early summer to share
> what each is doing. I'd love to move more into the blogsphere with my
> teaching but i need some dedicated time to see what others are doing
> and to learn how to extend my expertise. Would you be willing to host
> this? Perhaps ctl might host it? I see it as a
> sharing/development/time to explore session ending with perhaps a
> brandy or two. I've been reading a new book by richardson and its got
> me going.
> On Jan 26, 2006, at 9:36 AM, Steve Cavrak wrote:
>> From Gerry's Mckiernan's Bibliocasting list ...
>> Students and Teachers, From K to 12, Hit the Podcasts
>> By JEFFREY SELINGO
>> Published: January 25, 2006
>> 25podcast.html ]
>> THE subjects were typical for a seventh-grade classroom: a summary of
>> a mealworm's metamorphosis, strategies on improving memory and making
>> studying easier and a story about a classroom candy thief.
>> But the discussions last fall at Longfellow Middle School in La
>> Crosse, Wis., were not taking place only for their classroom to hear.
>> They were recorded as part of a series of podcasts the students
>> produced and syndicated over Apple's iTunes music store.
>> Podcasting - posting an audio recording online that can be heard
>> through a computer or downloaded to a mobile device like an iPod - is
>> following blogs and online classes as yet another interactive
>> technology catching on as a teaching tool. Currently, iTunes lists
>> more than 400 podcasts from kindergarten through 12th-grade classes,
>> while Yahoo has nearly 900 education-related podcasts.
> Knowledge emerges only through invention and re-invention, through the
> restless, impatient, continuing, hopeful inquiry human beings pursue
> in the world, with the world, and with each other.
> Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed
> Charlie Rathbone, PhD.
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