Friday, July 28, 2006

Techpod Podcast for Teachers Episode 30

Push-me, Pull-me and Teaching Teachers Podcasting

LISTEN: http://media.libsyn.com/media/retc/PFT30_3_20_06.mp3

Main PFT WEBSITE: http://www.podcastforteachers.org
Which way is technology taking us? Push-me Pull-me! Speak, PFT Idog, Speak!
PFT contest winner announced.
Newsflash: Best Podcast Competition Deadline Extended to May 15, 2006
News items including: Banning ipods Considering questions about education..restricting learning and creativity in classrooms? Advances in real-life application from idog to ibabies! teaching responsibility with robotic benefits.....

A PFT First: PFT Idog provides live demonstration! Robotic commentary about robotics' role in technology and dialogue.
Discussion of news items calling for needed standards and accountability in student computer literacy. Recognition of ISTE standards, NETS, and IT certifications. Convergence: academics, education systems: with IC3, MOS, A+

See http://www.retc.fordham.edu/retc_certandtesting.html for more information about these and other computer testing certifications also PFT
Episode 24 2/6/06

PFT Listeners Spanning the Globe---- Shout Outs to Thailand www.shambles.net, Portland State Univ, John Blake. Guest Interview: Dr. DAG: Dr. D’Agustino, regarding helping teachers learning podcasting: success and barriers. Using podcasting to develop speaking and listening skills. A model for teaching podcasting to teachers. Resources: audacity.com, fressound.com, using scripts,

Next week: Math and Science enter the classroom- complement or consequences?
An RETC PFT Podcast Model: Beyond Boundaries

Teacher resources, shownotes and more at http://www.podcastforteachers.org.
Let your cohosts Mark and Kathy know how you use podcasts with your students and email your comments and questions to podcastforteachers@gmail.com © Fordham RETC, King & Gura, 2006.

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