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Re-thinking the Lecture: Audio Podcasts and Telling Stories

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Presentation at EdTech Conference, Waterford Institute of Technology, May 2011

Presentation at EdTech Conference, Waterford Institute of Technology, May 2011

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  • Focus on authentic assessment – choice is critical
  • Focus on Discussion / Activity / Interaction / use technology to support learningMove interaction outside the classroom!
  • Refs – Nancy Duarte, Garr Reynolds, etc.PPT uploaded to Blackboard... too easy!
  • CHANGE = unsettling!...can cause: discouragement, fear, negativity, anger, pessimism, retreat, statis, depressionAs educators... we must prepare our children for this reality.We must equip ourselves for this reality... our children are watching us.may see this in some of your colleagues, your students
  • Connect – DO – Share is important to teach our students as well...Students & ourselves learning together – don’t have to be perfect!Be authentic & take risks, learn together.
  • And this is the corporate equivalent of the bullet slide. Hands-up everyone who has ever sat through one of these presentations? (much beloved by finance and marketing and new MBA graduates). And just how many of you have ever created one of these informational travesties?
  • Liberation!
  • Any artefact produced BEFORE the lecture cannot, by definition, tell the story of the lecture! What do students... KNOW... THINK... ASK?
  • Any artefact produced BEFORE the lecture cannot, by definition, tell the story of the lecture! What do students... KNOW... THINK... ASK?
  • Q: Where are you now?Q: What could you do, to take things further? Could you connect with someone new, or connect with someone in a deeper way? Could you do something... new, different, risky? Could you share some of your work? Write a blog post, start a new blog, start a new Twitter account? Could you share some of your ideas? ... on Twitter, on your blog, with your friends, other parents, parents association?I’d like to ask you to think of one thing you could do...If you want to tweet your response... use #Iwill
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    • 1. Re-thinking
      the Lecture:
      Audio Podcasts
      & Telling Stories
      CC BY-NC 2.0 Koffiemetkoek
      Catherine Cronin, NUI Galway
      @catherinecronin
      #edtech11
      EdTech 2011, Waterford Institute of Technology, June 1-2, 2011
    • 2. 2nd year Professional Skills module
      CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 inju
    • 3. digital literacy
    • 4. digitalliteracyies
      information
      media
      academic
    • 5. Write or edit
      a Wikipedia article
      Writing assignment 3 options
      Write blog post(s)
      Write a Tip Sheet
      for 1st year students
    • 6. Class wiki
      Twitter
      Class interaction
      Social bookmarking
      Student blogs
    • 7. what about me?
    • 8. what about us?
    • 9. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 inju
    • 10. Lecture slides
      Class notes
      =
    • 11. We are not what we know
      but what we are willing to learn.
      − Mary Catherine Bateson
      Image from iStockphoto.com
    • 12. CC BY-NC 2.0 Idrose
    • 13. EMBOLDEN
      our students
    • 14. Corporate Bullets
      • One really amazing fact you never knew
      • 15. Another amazing fact you might know about
      • 16. A third fact you knew, but didn’t realize was relevant
      • 17. And of course, a fourth fact that needs to be stated and you’ll never remember it unless it’s on the slide
      • 18. And a fifth point just for luck
      • 19. And don’t forget number 6!
      • 20. The amazing conclusion
      Source: www.masteringtechnicalsales.com/The_Worst_PowerPoint_Presentation_Ever.ppt
    • 21. Source: http://www.nbr.co.nz/article/us-army-creates-world-s-worst-powerpoint-slide-122255
    • 22. Lecture slides
      Class notes

    • 23. CC BY-SA 2.0 marfis75
    • 24.
    • 25.
    • 26.
    • 27. something is missing...
    • 28. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Susan NYC
    • 29. Audio podcasts
      allow
      storytelling
    • 30. Audio podcasts
      allow
      storytelling
      & inclusion of student voice
    • 31. +AUDIO PODCASTS
    • 32. Audio podcasts
      5-6 minutes
      recorded after class
      CC BY 2.0 Kennymatic
      uploaded to BlackBoard
    • 33. I am learning...
    • 34. I am learning...
      Create for an authentic audience
      Lecture slides

      Student notes
      Tell the story
    • 35. I am learning...
      Create for an authentic audience
      Lecture slides

      Student notes
      Tell the story
      Include student voices
    • 36. CC BY_NC 2.0 Jamie Pichora
      CC BY_NC 2.0 youngdoo
      DO
      CONNECT
      SHARE
      CC BY-NC 2.0
    • 37. Thank you!
      CC BY_NC 2.0 youngdoo
      @catherinecronin
      catherine.cronin@nuigalway.ie
      www.slideshare.com/cicronin