Today for my weekly drive home, once again I listened to the ipod. When I first got in the car, I put on the ear buds, fired up my ipod to my “1daysdriveplaylist” and then became a wee bit (almost) profane when I realized I did not synch up my new list! No matter b/c [...]
Category Archive for 'Podcasting'
I promised back in October when I won that EdTechPosse Mug listening to the EdTechPosse Podcast that would post a picture. It’s not my best side, but its long overdue. So Dean , here is the long asked for photo–of course its late and close to bedtime, and I’m still suffering from some kind of [...]
Since I am reflecting on podcasting, I thought I would share some of my favorite podcasts that I subscribe too. Some people ask when do you have time for all this stuff? That’s just part of the huge misconception of blogging and podcasting. Those not in the know think I spend 24/7 thinking about or [...]
In recent years (if I must pinpoint a date it would be the summer of 2005) I became aware of the growing trends of podcasts in education. I explored podcast creation briefly, even making a couple of podcasts for my former school, using kids for all the talking, to post episodes that could be subscribed [...]
Thursday, November 8th, Dean Shareski and friends published a podcast where they interviewed Bud Hunt (AKA Bud the Teacher.) If you don’t listen to this podcast you should. They truly rocked my world Thursday as they turned from topic to topic. My favorite part of the conversation was how the teacher librarian is in a [...]
I have been preaching a little about how wonderful podcasts and blogging tools really engage students and increase learning. One of my social studies teachers has decided to create a class blog, and another one has confessed today that he is totally addicted to podcasts. I love the title of his blog, aptly named “The [...]
It’s been struggling lately. It’s a couple of years old. I can’t say what generation it is, but it would hold 60 gb. Not a video ipod either, but one I had become VERY attached to. It had music, audiobooks, pictures, podcasts, and more on it. I will miss driving to and from work listening [...]
I haven’t written much about podcasts before and really only have limited experience in making them. I hope to change that this school year. There will be many changes coming, as I am changing schools this year, and that change is going to take me three hours from home and family. (I almost feel like [...]
I’ve seen this posted in several blogs I subscribe to today and in several list serves that I am a member of. When I first saw it, I read it but didn’t really process it. Then when I saw it in several different locations, I began to pay attention. Considering my posting to support Global [...]
If so, let me join your club. But I read about LoudBlog on another blog I follow and they swear by its simpleness! Four clicks away to posting a podcast! Thanks Wes Fryer for a great post to this. I can’t wait to try it out. I’ll have to return here to let you know.