This blog is a space for reflections and presentation / workshop feedback. My primary blog is "Moving at the Speed of Creativity," accessible on http://www.speedofcreativity.org.

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Most pressing podcasting questions!

What are the most pressing questions you've brought to our intermediate/advanced podcasting workshop today?

17 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you recording this now?..so that we can podcast it?

Diane

6:09 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd like information on classroom management issues.

Also, how teachers can post podcasts, rss feeds and videocast on sites that are not blocked by filters.

6:11 AM

 
Blogger Andy Mann said...

Options for wrapping RSS enclosures for making an audio file into a true podcast.

How to create enhanced podcasts using free or low cost Windows tools.

6:11 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where can my teachers post podcasts (for free of course)? They know about iTunes but have had difficulty with it. Where can I send them?

6:11 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do I help teachers realize the value of spending the time required for podcasting?

6:12 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what kinds of recording tools can I use to capture audio in a large room?

6:14 AM

 
Blogger Julie said...

Best practices in incorporating it within the curriculum and classroom, including managing the production of the podcast.

Secondly, making it available beyond the classroom.

6:14 AM

 
Blogger cmello said...

Getting the administrators and staff to recognize the value and take the time to get started and then continue is a real challenge.

Getting our firewall opened up for some of these resources is a fight.

6:16 AM

 
Blogger Jeff said...

What are the quickest/easiest tools to post podcasts?

Are there web based audio tools that allow for posting and responses? Easy/quickest for bringing response from family/friends and supporters?

I am an assistive technology consultant (sp ed) that is looking for tools that treat audio as a primary means of literacy?

6:16 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What are the costs to a district when looking at supporting all the tools needed for making podcasts?

Could you talk about the value of podcasting in special education (low reading/writing/speaking skills)? Examples?

6:20 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What is the best way to plan and deliver a 6 hr. workshop on podcasting with newbies? How would you organize the content/activities so that participants complete and post at least one podcast?

6:31 AM

 
Blogger Kevin said...

It seems like you can keep teachers with you until it comes to publishing. That's the barrier...too many hoops.

6:37 AM

 
Blogger Kevin said...

I'm still playing Joust!

6:41 AM

 
Blogger Jeff said...

David Rose, http://cast.org/
http://www.cast.org/pd/tes/index.html
http://www.cast.org/teachingeverystudent/ideas/tes/

I tool I am trying to have adopted district wide this network product with word prediction and talking word processor features.

http://www.donjohnston.com/products/solo/index.html

8:41 AM

 
Blogger Jeff said...

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8:42 AM

 
Blogger Jeff said...

Scott Lockman
http://tokyocalling.org/

9:00 AM

 
Blogger Jeff said...

An Ann Arbor Teacher doing a lot of podcasting.
http://slausonpodshow.blogspot.com/index.html

9:09 AM

 

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