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Podcasting:

Introduction to Podcasting

Tim Berners-Lee :

Tim Berners-Lee Inventor of the WWW

Web version 2:

Web version 2 At the end of 2006, Time magazine’s Person of the Year was ‘You’. On the cover of the magazine, underneath the title of the award, was a picture of a PC with a mirror in place of the screen, reflecting not only the face of the reader, but also the general feeling that 2006 was the year of the Web - a new, improved, 'second version', 'user generated ' Web.

Podcasting in Plain English:

Podcasting in Plain English

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Wrong Idea! http://www.briansguide.net/index.cgi?ID=1141225153-C-LPS

Correct idea!:

Correct idea! The New Oxford American Dictionary chose “podcast” as its 2005 Word of the Year over “persistent vegetative state,” “bird flu,” “sudoku,” “rootkit,” and “lifehack.” What’s so revolutionary about a podcast? MP3 files have been around for a while and were accessed easily from the Web.

Educational uses:

To facilitate self-paced learning. For interviews with external resources. To offer advanced and or highly motivated learners extra content. For distance learning. To allow guest speakers to present once to many classes. To feature guest speakers from remote locations. For helping students with reading and/or other disabilities. To offer a richer learning environment. For multi-lingual education. To communicate with your community. To make the lesson student centred where they are having the role of teacher as the creators, producers and protagonists of the podcasts. Educational uses

Educational uses:

Poor quality note taking skills. Poor handwriting. Poor listening skills . Inability to differentiate between important content from non-important content especially when studying alone. Problems with the FAST talking teacher. Educational uses It helps students who have:

Memory retention:

Keep in mind that after: Memory retention 20 minutes 47% forgotten 1 day 62% forgotten 2 days 69% forgotten 75 days 75% forgotten 78 days 78% forgotten *Walter Pauk (Cornel 84)

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An effective instructional choice

Podcasts by students:

Podcasts by students Students learn the technical skills needed to record a high-quality podcast. Students brainstorm, and design the themes and content of their Podcast with teacher guidance. Students complete pre-production, production, and post-production of their Podcast. Students ultimately learn project management skills, Podcasting technical skills such as audio editing, and actively use the Podcast as a medium for positive student expression and as another way to learn using the constructivist approach. Parents, friends, collegues relatives and all the world can listen or view the podcasts created by the students.

So what’s needed?:

So what’s needed? or Or any other recording software Or a website – but normally Blogs are used for Podcasts An RSS feed Note: it has nothing to do with food A podcast Receiver Or RSS reader A server where to Upload Your MP3’s

Sequence of events:

Sequence of events 1. Create the blog 2. prepare a script 3. Record the episode 4. Upload the episode and add it to the blog 5. Create the RSS feed

In short:

In short upload

RSS Intro.:

RSS Intro. You can use the services of http://www.feedburner.com to create your RSS Feed

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Robert Mills Gagné (August 21, 1916– April 28, 2002) was an American educational psychologist best known for his "Conditions of Learning". Gagné pioneered the science of instruction during WWII for the air force with pilot training. Later he went on to develop a series of studies and works that helped codify what is now considered to be 'good instruction.' He also was involved in applying concepts of instructional theory to the design of computer based training and multimedia based learning. Robert Mills Gagné

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John Keller John M Keller. PhD from Indiana University in 1974 with a major in instructional systems technology and minors in research & evaluation and organizational behavior. Currently Program Leader, Instructional Systems Program, Florida State University. Known mainly for the ARCS Model (Attention, Relevance, Confidence, & Satisfaction) Keller emphasizes (1987a) that the ARCS Model is a problem-solving, empirical approach to applying motivation to instructional design. Motivation is not only the learner’s responsibility but is also the instructor or designer’s responsibility.

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