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Podcasting and Vodcasting in the Classroon

Did you ever think of broadcasting your lessons for more students to hear you? How about archiving past lectures for students to use for their studies? This group is interested in podcasts and vodcasts.

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Latest Activity: Nov 25, 2013

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World Language Teachers Using screen/pod casts

Started by Scott McCarty. Last reply by Scott McCarty Feb 2, 2012. 2 Replies

I am a high school Spanish teacher.  I have started to dabble in flipping my classroom.  Do you know of any other Spanish teachers that do this?  Or other WL teachers?  I think that this is helping…Continue

Tags: vodcasting, model, flipped, podcasts, screencast

Podcast for Barton College art exhibit

Started by Larry Hewett Feb 27, 2011. 0 Replies

I am a high school art instructor in southeastern N.C.  A couple of weeks ago I took 23 of my students to view the Southeast Division of the Scholastic Art Exhibit at Barton College.  Having done…Continue

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Podcasting Math Lessons

Started by Jennifer Willems. Last reply by Lorette Weldon Aug 1, 2010. 2 Replies

I have been wondering if it would be beneficial for me to create short podcasts of some of our math lessons in order for parents to see what I am trying to get their children to understand.  An…Continue

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Comment by Monique on June 15, 2011 at 9:50am
Math lessons would be more effective through vodcasting rather than podcasting.  I would recommend getting an IPEVO Point2View Document Camera.  The best option is the one that's about $70-$80.  Use it with Camtasia or something similar to make your vodcasts.
Comment by Rossel Mulaire on April 6, 2011 at 11:45am

Good morning.....calling all teachers, students, colleagues, etc...

I sincerely apologize if any of you are receiving this message more than once. We are trying to reach as many teachers/students as possible around the world. It's possible that you're a member of more than one of the groups I have joined. My apologies!

My name is Rossel Mulaire. I am a Canadian teacher who has been living and working in Monterrey, Mexico since 2004. For the past two years, I have been teaching 8th and 9th grade Social Studies/World History. My other responsibilities include being our school's Model United Nation's advisor and Social Studies Department Head. I have taught many different grade levels (first through tenth grades), in Canada, South Korea, and Mexico.

I recently started a little project on Twitter with my 8th and 9th graders, tweeting daily about historical facts and events, sort of like a "this day in history". We are wondering if you'd be able to give out our twitter address to students and teachers. Not only wherever you find yourselves now, but anywhere else you may have contacts. We see this as a great way to teach and appreciate history, bit by bit, one small step at a time. We are trying to use technology to reach more students, and to open dialogue with students and teachers around the world.

If you are in a position to help us, please do so by JOINING US ON TWITTER and by sending our twitter address to students and colleagues, past and present. Ask them to follow our many daily tweets. At the moment, we are tweeting about historical events and facts from around the world. We'd love to see students commenting on our tweets, and also, by adding to our project by posting historical content from their respected countries.

We are hoping to hear from teachers and students from all  parts of the world! The students are keeping a record of the various countries following us! Please help out by following us. The more people (students, teachers, family members, etc) we have following us, the more excited the students get. This excitement then becomes a motivator to continue! Help us make learning about history a little more interesting!

Our  twitter address is: www.twitter.com/rosselmulaire

Please feel free to contact me anytime. I'd be happy to answer any questions or doubt you may have.

Rossel Mulaire

Colegio Euroamericano,

8th and 9th grade Social Studies teacher

Social Studies Department Head and Model United Nations Advisor

www.twitter.com/rosselmulaire

Comment by Dan Spencer on November 12, 2010 at 7:33am
You might want to check out this vodcasting Ning and www.educationalvodcasting.com. These were started by two HS chemistry teachers (Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams) in Colorado. They give some great tips and examples on how vodcasting can be used effectively in any classroom.
Comment by Jamie House on August 4, 2010 at 2:31pm
Get Community Clips Free from Microsoft and video anything you do on your labtop. There are some examples on this too. I've had students use this for projects.
Comment by Lorette Weldon on August 1, 2010 at 2:27pm
Math could be better illustrated through a vodcast. You can use animation from Power Point, for example, to get your lessons across in an interesting display :=)
Comment by Matthew Hennings on May 18, 2010 at 4:25pm
Depending on how your district is with iPods, they are a GREAT podcast catcher for your lessons- you can produce them, post them, and if your students are subcribed to you RSS, then it will automatically get sent righ to them!
 

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