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NewmediaWorkshop BPWS

NewmediaWorkshop BPWS
This is a station to go along with my Blogs, Podcasts, Wiki's and Screencasts Workshop

You will find a selection of education podcasts that demonstrate effective use of podcasting, classroom podcasts, education podcast techniques, teachers podcasts, etc. The content here is mostly directed at podcasting for the Elementary/Secondary level.

Consider this station a sampling of where education and blogs/podcasts/wikis/screencasts meet.


Station feed: Click here to see an XML representation of the latest episodes on this station
Created by: Sue Lister
Created on: 15 Jan 2006
Language: English


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Add this to another station Thirties Slang (10.59MB; download) -- History: Thirties Slang
Selected by: Sue Lister [ stations ], Fri, 20 Jan 2006 16:44:16 UTC
Add this to another station The Chariot in History (15.14MB; download) -- History: The Chariot in History
Selected by: Sue Lister [ stations ], Fri, 20 Jan 2006 16:43:43 UTC
Add this to another station Alan November - Web Literacy (78.67MB; download) -- Alan November - Web Literacy
Selected by: Sue Lister [ stations ], Fri, 20 Jan 2006 16:19:03 UTC
Add this to another station From Crisis to Community (8.69MB; download) -- On August 29th, 2005, the world watched as the Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama Gulf Coasts experienced a tragedy that their citizens will never forget. It was the day that began a chain of events that tore communities apart and scattered their residents across the country. Brian Mull, Director of Technology for an independent school in New Orleans, Louisiana, and November Learning's Chris Turek talk about the experiences during and after Hurricane Katrina and how technology was used to keep it all together.
Selected by: Sue Lister [ stations ], Fri, 20 Jan 2006 16:18:39 UTC
Add this to another station Alan November & Will Richardson (6.79MB; download) -- We're at the dawn of a "new" Internet, one that lets us create content just as easily as we consume it, and educators around the world are finding great ways to use the "Read/Write Web" in exciting and effective ways.
Selected by: Sue Lister [ stations ], Fri, 20 Jan 2006 16:17:40 UTC
Add this to another station Podcast17: Teacher Impact Stories (7.50MB; download) -- This podcast features a recommendation for Comic Life software, a heads up for my upcoming presentation at Lubbocks Ultimate Education Summit, podcast referrals for students doing shout-outs to teach other and creatively using vocal transformation technologies, and teacher impact stories from undergraduate and graduate students in my summer and fall courses. Program Length: 32 min, 44 [...]
Selected by: Sue Lister [ stations ], Fri, 20 Jan 2006 16:08:01 UTC
Add this to another station Podcast14: Podcasting 101 (9.67MB; download) -- This podcast is a rebroadcast of a workshop I provided at the TECSIG conference this past week in Austin, Texas, titled Podcasting 101. The description of the workshop follows: Podcasting is analogous to TiVo for Internet radio, and students as well as teachers in your district can and should be creating their own podcasts. This [...]
Selected by: Sue Lister [ stations ], Fri, 20 Jan 2006 16:07:13 UTC
Add this to another station Podcast21: Digital Dishonesty (11.57MB; download) -- This podcast is a rebroadcast of a roundtable discussion held today at the Austin TechForum on Digital Dishonesty. We discussed both symptoms and possible solutions to digital dishonesty problems now taking place in classrooms around the country. If you have other ideas or suggested solutions, please post them as a comment to this podcast! Program Length: [...]
Selected by: Sue Lister [ stations ], Fri, 20 Jan 2006 16:06:53 UTC
Add this to another station Podcast22: Symphony in A Whole New Mind (2.10MB; download) -- This podcast contains reflections on the ideas of symphony in Daniel Pinks new book, A Whole New Mind: Moving from the Information Age to the Conceptual Age. This podcast was created by educators attending the Horseshoe Bay Leadership Institute on November 11, 2005. Program Length: 9 min, 9 sec File size: 2.1 MB (Click here to listen to [...]
Selected by: Sue Lister [ stations ], Fri, 20 Jan 2006 16:06:19 UTC
Add this to another station Podcast29: Thinking Critically About Web 2.0 (13.70MB; download) -- Is enthusiasm for web 2.0 and its potential to positively reform educational teaching methods across the globe overblown? An international audience including Darren Kuropatwa in Canada, Ewan McIntosh in Scotland, Miguel Guhlin in San Antonio, Texas, and Wesley Fryer in Lubbock, Texas, engaged in a lively discussion this evening via skype to explore these and [...]
Selected by: Sue Lister [ stations ], Fri, 20 Jan 2006 16:05:24 UTC
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