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Promoting Critical ThinkingThrough Student-Created Vodcasts             Christine Nickel Old Dominion University & Regent ...
How podcasts can be used•   Distribute lectures•   Supplemental material; information•   Practice (learning languages; ora...
Research Literature• Mostly investigates instructor-created podcasts (lectures,  supplemental material)   – Inconsistencie...
Research Literature• A few studies on student-created podcasts   – Better theoretical understanding, more effective practi...
ART 407• Teaching practicum course• Art Education students• Varying level of technological savvy
The Gordon Collection• Collection of 20th and 21st  century American folk art   – 375 pieces, over 70 artists
Dr. Seuss Day
Steps to Making a Vodcast1.   Introducing Podcasting/Vodcasting2.   Choosing the artists3.   Writing the script4.   Answer...
Why are we doing this?• Learning with technology• Active Learning, Critical Thinking• Positive effects – motivation, engag...
Digital Storytelling• http://digitalstorytelling.coe.uh.edu/art.html• “Borders”
Steps to Making a Vodcast              Continued5. Creating the podcast  – Getting images  – Recording audio  – Editing vi...
Vodcast Example #1
Vodcast Example #2
Vodcast Example #3
Positive Outcomes & Issues•   Critical analysis of artwork•   Educating students on copyright•   Student engagement•   Stu...
Future•   Create a library of podcasts, lesson plans and activities    for the gallery•   Collaborative vodcasting project...
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  1. 1. Promoting Critical ThinkingThrough Student-Created Vodcasts Christine Nickel Old Dominion University & Regent University Richard Nickel Old Dominion University
  2. 2. How podcasts can be used• Distribute lectures• Supplemental material; information• Practice (learning languages; oral skills; music; dance)• Student-created work 1; collaboration• Guest lectures; interviews• Tours/field trips• Student presentations• Journals• Entertainment• http://epnweb.org
  3. 3. Research Literature• Mostly investigates instructor-created podcasts (lectures, supplemental material) – Inconsistencies on effectiveness• “Really neat IT does not equal student engagement and success” - Richard Katz• Are collaborative constructivist pedagogies transforming higher education, or are emerging technologies supporting existing practices? (Garrison & Akyol, 2009)
  4. 4. Research Literature• A few studies on student-created podcasts – Better theoretical understanding, more effective practical skills (Lazzari, 2009) – Students felt empowered to think more creatively (Dale & Pymm, 2009) – In-depth, engagement, collective problem solving (Lee, McLoughlin & Chan, 2006)
  5. 5. ART 407• Teaching practicum course• Art Education students• Varying level of technological savvy
  6. 6. The Gordon Collection• Collection of 20th and 21st century American folk art – 375 pieces, over 70 artists
  7. 7. Dr. Seuss Day
  8. 8. Steps to Making a Vodcast1. Introducing Podcasting/Vodcasting2. Choosing the artists3. Writing the script4. Answering, “Why are we doing this?”
  9. 9. Why are we doing this?• Learning with technology• Active Learning, Critical Thinking• Positive effects – motivation, engagement, collaboration, creativity, { critical thinking, enabling different learning styles
  10. 10. Digital Storytelling• http://digitalstorytelling.coe.uh.edu/art.html• “Borders”
  11. 11. Steps to Making a Vodcast Continued5. Creating the podcast – Getting images – Recording audio – Editing video and audio
  12. 12. Vodcast Example #1
  13. 13. Vodcast Example #2
  14. 14. Vodcast Example #3
  15. 15. Positive Outcomes & Issues• Critical analysis of artwork• Educating students on copyright• Student engagement• Student attitudes• Editing issues
  16. 16. Future• Create a library of podcasts, lesson plans and activities for the gallery• Collaborative vodcasting projects• Grant for ipods in the gallery• Better educate students on copyright issues• Research – likelihood of podcasting use in future classroom, motivation, engagement, satisfaction, visitor use in gallery
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