Why should teachers and students in 21st century classrooms podcast? As potentially disruptive, narrowcast multimedia production, podcasting can serve as an invigorating tool of communication and authentic literacy development in schools. In this program I address:
- WebSighting: The new website from the UK: iPod in Education (www.ipodined.org).
- Editorial: When we consider podcasting as a technology which is disruptive rather than sustaining, encouraging of multimedia production rather than mere consumption, and narrowcasting rather than broadcasting, I think we find three compelling reasons to podcast in the classroom.
Program Length: 18 min, 21 sec
File size: 8.4 MB
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- Reflections from the M - 2011
- We Need More Hawkeyes - 2010
- Moving Beyond the Tools.....How Do We Implement Them? - 2010
- Are virtual interactions REAL? A video answer from @danlovejoy - 2009
- New media changing journalism norms - 2009
- Helping young people prepare for IT related careers - 2008
- Videos for Professional Development - 2007
- Learning with the Podcast Shuffle - 2005
- Google news embraces RSS feeds! - 2005