Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Blog Post #5

Learning how to put together a podcast is easy if you follow your own creativity. The different sites that will explain the process are also very informative.
The podcast about The Practical Principals is super helpful and it explains how useful it can be for times students may be out sick and worried about the info they could possibly miss if the teacher were to post all information to where the student can access it is very useful and can reduce stress on the student and the teacher.
The blog post Langwitches is a truly delightful expression of a child's creativity level. The class saw a demonstration and then did their own in a different way with new ideas it helps students develop a higher level of learning when they are the one's deciding on the information they are using.
100 Ways to Use Your iPod to Learn and Study Better is really helpful blog for student of all ages to help keep organized as well as keep study guides in order instead of having paper notes laying around everywhere. The iphone is useful for a lot more than I realized it has so many different apps and useful learning tools we could introduce to the classroom as teachers.

1 comment:

  1. 2 days late. Brief. Podcasts are important tools for teachers to add to their teaching tool chest. I hoped reading these blog posts helped yo do your podcast.