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Can You Hear Us? End Of Year Report 08
Can You Hear Us? End Of Year Report 08
Can You Hear Us? End Of Year Report 08
Can You Hear Us? End Of Year Report 08
Can You Hear Us? End Of Year Report 08
Can You Hear Us? End Of Year Report 08
Can You Hear Us? End Of Year Report 08
Can You Hear Us? End Of Year Report 08
Can You Hear Us? End Of Year Report 08
Can You Hear Us? End Of Year Report 08
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Can You Hear Us? End Of Year Report 08

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Can You Hear Us? is a project from Preston Reservoir Adult Community Education (PRACE) and fellow organisations. Teachers research audio technologies in the ACE classroom. (Related resources at …

Can You Hear Us? is a project from Preston Reservoir Adult Community Education (PRACE) and fellow organisations. Teachers research audio technologies in the ACE classroom. (Related resources at http://canuhearus.acfe.vic.edu.au/

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  • 1. ACE providers: PRACE, Carlton, Glenroy, Moreland & Coonara audio and voice technologies in the classroom
  • 2.
    • Project Goals
    • Find out more about audio technologies – some research
    • Use audio technologies in class
    • Trial an innovation
    • Evaluate the experience
    • Write up a lesson plan to share
    Preston Reservoir ACE & Victorian Learnscope prace.vic.edu.au ace [at] michalk.id.au
  • 3.
    • Successes at mid-year (i)
    • Recorded assessment tasks to mp3 (VCAL)
    • Low-level literacy learners listen and read stories via laptop / mp3
    • VCAL students creating interviews with video camera and editing software
    • communication skills teachers video and record student presentations
    • Literacy student embeds audio into powerpoint
    • Teachers explore portable audio gadgets, and web2 apps (voki, voicethread, skype)
    • Set up project wiki, with stream of delicious links
    • Created free software CD for teachers
  • 4.
    • Successes by end of project (ii)
    • Low-level literacy learners listen and read stories via CD at home
    • Two ESL groups hook up in a live session via skype
    • ICT learners in the community learn by screencast recordings, outside the classroom
    • More literacy and ICT students embed audio into powerpoint
    • Literacy students create digital stories of their own
  • 5.
    • Successes by end of project (iii)
    • VCAL teachers interview students, putting audio onto web for other students to listen
    • VCAL students use audio editing software (Audacity) and bluetooth to make new ringtones for their phones
    • People in Children’s Services course introduce themselves via audio on the web, and create audio avatars with Voki
    • Children’s Services students attempt discussion via Voicethread, but the technology betrays their trust
  • 6.
    • Technologies
    • portable mp3 gadgets (iRiver, iPod)
    • sound editor: Audacity (open source)
    • headphones, microphones
    • instant collaborative web: wikispaces (AccessACE)
    • audio avatars: voki.com
    • microsoft powerpoint
    • screencasting: Jing, camstudio
    • interactive digital story: Voicethread
    • Find the technology that suits your purpose
  • 7. Listening activities People at Converge created this list on the day .. What other activities would you adapt to a blended solution?
  • 8.
    • Challenges
    • Sessional teacher time
    • Ailing equipment
    • Windows audio nightmare
    • Steep learning curves
    • Range of abilities (both teacher and student)
    • Mission: support and nurture beginners, challenge and support the leaders !!
    • In other words: Keep it simple.
  • 9.
    • Tools for the classroom
    • These are the tools people discussed in the workshop. Read their comments on the wiki (address below):
      • Digital story - Voicethread
      • Avatar - Voki
      • Telephone - skype
      • Screencast - Jing, camstudio
      • Audio on the web - wikispaces.com
  • 10. Audio technologies in ACE Preston Reservoir Adult Community Education (PRACE) Carlton Neighbourhood Learning Centre Glenroy Neighbourhood Learning Centre Moreland Adult Education Coonara Community House
    • Credits
    • Thanks for funding from Australian Flexible Learning Framework http://flexiblelearning.net.au/VIC
    • Thanks also for “creative commons” licensed photos from Flickr users: Grant Neufeld, yousoundhollow, afeman, danieljohnsonr, penmachine and pablosanz - all at flickr.com
    • Contact
    • Michael Chalk at PRACE
    • 9462 6077
    • ace [at] michalk.id.au
    • http://michalk.id.au/
    Project Wiki http://canuhearus.acfe.vic.edu.au/

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