W200 Final Project: Podcasting in Education Philip Ervin Click Here to begin !
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Proof-Revising with Podcasting <ul><li>Have you ever found it hard revising something without hearing your teachers voice? </li></ul><ul><li>In this article we explore the possible benefits of podcasting and revising papers! </li></ul>Click here to move on!
<ul><li>In this article, we are given the possible look at podcast commenting on students blogs or works that are over the internet. </li></ul><ul><li>The recording can be posted on their blog and the students cant here first hand what the teacher thinks of their writing and how to revise the finished product. </li></ul>Click to go to next page
How do I feel? <ul><li>I think this is a great idea! There have been multiple classes where I have only been given written feed back on my writing. With this new idea of podcasting on students blogs and personally hearing your teacher and his or her reactions to them is awesome. You can get lots of help from them personally and feel more engaged in the paper or your writings. </li></ul>You know what to click
Cool Engagements <ul><li>Like other things people get into them and out of them within days. Today podcasting, vidcasting, or vlogging have been a major role in technology </li></ul>CLICK TO GO
Cool engagements <ul><li>This article talked about what it was to be hot in the media with lots of participation. </li></ul><ul><li>This article also mentions the use of podcasting and using ipods in education. Now on itunes you can instantly podcast thousands of videos, movies, or tv shows. </li></ul><ul><li>New trends with vidcasting </li></ul>
Vidcasting in my perspective. <ul><li>I personally follow vidcasting. I think it is awesome when someone creates something like a channel on youtube and have followers to what they do with their lives. </li></ul><ul><li>Here is a videocast of Julian Smith a man I always watch. </li></ul><<<<<Click here
Podcasting with Apple <ul><li>“ Podcasts give students more freedom to learn — wherever and whenever they want. Students can play podcasts on any computer, iPod, iPad, or iPhone. So when they’re in class, they can spend more time participating in meaningful discussions and working on team projects.” </li></ul><ul><li>We could have class without having class! </li></ul>
Continued <ul><li>Distribution through itunes allows students or whoever to download your podcast straight to your ipod, iphone, or computer. </li></ul><ul><li>“ iPod touch enables medical students at Ohio State University to listen to lecture podcasts on their own time. This allows for a deeper understanding of the course material and inspires professors to transform their class time into more interactive discussion sessions.” </li></ul><ul><li>Every student strives to get a deeper sense of discussion and maybe with the use of podcasting with apple we can do that! </li></ul>
Reflection <ul><li>I think this a great way of thinking. If every teacher did a video podcast of their lecture it would give students more freedom. Say you have a dcotors appointment but don’t want to miss anything your professor said……. You could simply download it on itunes and watch for yourself </li></ul>
Works Cited <ul><li>Anne Davis and Ewa McGrail The Reading TeacherVol. 62, No. 6 (Mar., 2009), pp. 522-529 (article consists of 8 pages)Published International Reading AssociationStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20464458 </li></ul>