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  • Podcasting for Education Podcasts as Student Assignment Phil Scown [email_address]
  • Introduction
    • Overview
    • Context
    • Rationale
    • Practice
    • Outcomes
    • Conclusions.
    • Final level Human Factors elective
      • Choice between written or video assignment
    • The video brief
      • produce 5 - 10 minutes of video
      • Explain a web-evaluation heuristic
      • Production values do not carry much weight
      • Marks for insight expressed via originality
    Overview Context
      • Reduce monotony - “Not another bloody report”
      • Encourage creativity
      • Enable mobile learning:
      • laptops, iPods, mobile phones
    Rationale: 1
      • Build a “learning community” -
        • This year’s student cohort become
        • teachers of the next
      • Develop a library of Re-usable Learning Objects
        • Varied content
        • Discussion points
        • Efficient and Effective use of tutor time.
    Rationale: 2
    • Some issues with file formats
    • Some excellent, imaginative work
    • Real demonstrations of deep learning
    Practice
    • How did it work out:
      • “ The assignments! Fantastic! Fun!” (sic.)
    • Some problems with delivery
      • File formats
      • Some technology avoidance from some students
    Outcomes: 1
    • Unexpected benefit for dyslexic students
    • Podcasts got higher marks
      • Podcast average c.6.5 marks higher than written
      • Possible problem with marking criteria / application
      • Better students made video…
      • … scoring about 5 marks more previous assmt.
    Outcomes: 2
    • Early days - so nothing conclusive…
      • Need to study benefits of use in more detail
    • Some students enjoy this and do well
    • Clear benefit to some dyslexic students
    • Efficient use of lecturer time
    • Technology is not a panacea.
    Conclusions