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Last update: 2007-03-21

Episode 20 - Teaching in a Virtual World

2007-03-21

Teaching in a 3D virtual world, a multiuser virtual environment called Second Life, is discussed with Sharon Robbins from Ball State University. Advice for instructors new to these environments is provided. …

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Episode 19 - Special Education and Universal Design for Learning

2007-03-06

The Universal Design for Learning model provides a new direction for using technology with students who have special needs. Daniel McNulty, of the PATINS (Promoting Achievment through Technology and INstruction for All Students) Project, shares resources and ideas for implementing UDL in the K-12 classroom. …

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Episode 18 - Connect with Your Students Using Technology!

2007-01-30

A college professor discusses his use of technology in his teaching, including the use of Macromedia Breeze, now known as Adobe Connect. Dr. Roberto Garcia teaches online and face-to-face lecture courses for the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.…

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Episode 17 - MacWorld Expo Report

2007-01-18

A report on the recent MacWorld Expo in San Francisco, including an educator's perspective on iPhone and AppleTV. A variety of software seen at the conference was described.…

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Episode 16 - What is Web 2.0?

2006-12-22

What is Web 2.0 and how is it being implemented in the classroom? A discussion with Mark Millard, of the Teaching and Learning Technology Center at Indiana University. Also, a year-end roundup of great new online tools for educators.…

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Episode 15 - Digital Video Analysis

2006-11-06

A tool for analyzing digital video is discussed with its creator, Jon Tapp, the Director of Computer Services at the Vanderbilt University Kennedy Center for Research on Human Development. and the developer of a program called ProcoderDV. ProcoderDV is designed for those doing qualitative analysis of digital video files, such as classroom interactions, counseling sessions, etc.…

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Episode 14 - International Student Media Festival

2006-10-17

Parent, teacher and student participants from the International Student Media Festival, http://www.ismf.net, recently held in Dallas, Texas, are interviewed.…

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Episode 13 - College Teaching Tech Tips

2006-09-25

A number of quick and easy ways to integrate technology into the college classroom are discussed during this interview with Anne T. Ottenbreit-Leftwich, from the Indiana University School of Education.…

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Episode 12 - Teaching with Wikis, Running with Leopard

2006-08-31

Using wikis in the classroom, and highlights of the new Mac OSX version, Leopard, are described during this discussion with Mark Millard, of the Teaching and Learning Technologies Center at Indiana University. Implications for teachers of new Apple technologies like Time Machine (a backup utility), Web Clip, iChat, and others are featured.…

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Episode 11 - Back to School with Sony and Opera!

2006-08-02

The new school year is upon us, nearly, and I discuss how useful a good still camera that shoots DVD-quality video can be for an instructor. I also review Opera 9, an excellent new web browser that can make your planning and research for teaching more efficient.…

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Episode 10 - 50 Tips for Using Technology in Your Classroom--Tomorrow!

2006-07-03

A number of quick and easy ways to integrate technology into your K-12 classroom are discussed during this interview with Anne T. Ottenbreit-Leftwich, from the Indiana University School of Education.…

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Episode 9 - Smelly Monkeys!

2006-05-15

An interview with "The Smelly Monkeys," Gareth, Trevor and Simon Egerton, a father and his two twin 8-year-old sons. This episode focuses on this unique parent-child podcasting project. Why aren't you doing someting like this with your kids?.…

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Episode 8 - The Tech Teachers

2006-03-28

An interview with "The Tech Teachers," Ray and Hollye, who are high school teachers from Kansas City, MO, as well as prolific podcasters and videocasters. They are hosts of the popular "The Tech Teachers" pod/vidcast series, as well as "Hard Core Science," a new vidcast aimed at secondary science students and educators. They discuss their experiences as podcasters and teachers.…

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Episode 7 - K-12 Podcasting

2006-02-16

An interview focusing on K-12 podcasting with Tony Vincent, technology specialist from Willowdale Elementary School in Omaha, NE. He describes his experiences with podcasting and reactions from students, teachers and parents. Tips and tricks for creating your own podcast are featured.…

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Episode 6 - iLife '06, Oncourse CL and Macworld

2006-01-26

iLife 2006, our Learning Management System, Oncourse CL, and a report from Macworld in San Francisco are highlighted in this episode:
News: iTunes U! Stanford and Michigan have it! Coming to your school? News: Google Scholar -- Now with Chinese and Brazilian academic articles News: Video-on-demand: Streaming video on content-related subjects for your students! My experiences with Oncourse CL, part of the Sakai Project, focusing on the Message Center iLife '06: Latest version of this multimedia suite, featuring new web development, podcasting and blogging features. An interview with Mike Sassman, our roving reporter, who visited the MacWorld convention in San Francisco. A preview of the next episode featuring Shelly and Carson from Willowdale Elementary School in Omaha, NE. …

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Episode 5 - Segment 1

2005-12-22

First of three segments excerpted from the original long version:
News: Michigan K-12 students to be required to take online classes? News: Abuse of Wikipedia…

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Episode 5 - Segment 2

2005-12-22

Second of three segments:
Videoconferencing! With high-speed connections and cheap webcams available, why aren't you keeping in touch with your family and friends this way? More Videoconferencing: K-12 video penpals! Our own Virtual Lab School project!…

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Episode 5 - Segment 3

2005-12-22

Third of three segments:
Learning Management Systems/Course Management Systems: Our recent experiences and future prospects. E-Portfolios…

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Episode 5 - Holidays are for Videoconferencing!

2005-12-20

Videoconferencing, Wikipedia, and Learning Management Systems are highlighted this episode:
News: Michigan K-12 students to be required to take online classes? News: Abuse of Wikipedia Videoconferencing! With high-speed connections and cheap webcams available, why aren't you keeping in touch with your family and friends this way? More Videoconferencing: K-12 video penpals! Our own Virtual Lab School project! Learning Management Systems/Course Management Systems: Our recent experiences and future prospects. E-Portfolios…

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Episode 4 - Blogs and Podcasts and Wikis, Oh My!

2005-11-09

In this fourth podcast we discuss and share information on the following:
We recommend an online video showcasing how blogs are used in a high school setting. Want to create your own educational blog for free? We tell you where to do it. We point you towards an interesting mp3 lecture from the AECT conference by David Wiley and Trey Martindale about blogs and wikis and RSS. Are you an IU instructor who wants to deliver your lectures via podcast? We tell you how to get started. We found a cool screencast about augmenting WebCT with other technologies, such as blogs and wikis, etc. You could also use these tools with Blackboard, Angel, Oncourse, etc.! How about creating a screencast instead of writing comments on student papers? We discuss how wikis are used in a college English course. Finally, we have a super secret surprise guest from the field of instructional technology! …

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Episode 3 - Attack of the BonkCasts!

2005-10-26

In this third podcast we discuss and share information on the following:
Coursecasting (presenting lectures in podcast format): Boilercast, stanford.itunes.com, and the Chronicle of Higher Education weighs in on the topic Some excellent podcasts for and by K-12 educators that you should check out--and one really fun podcast by 4-5th graders Bonkcasting: My experiences creating podcasts and video webcasts with one of our faculty. An interesting videocast/videoblog/screencast/whatever about topics such as PBL and tech, using the Internet to improve writing, etc. A podcast for ESL students and more!…

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Episode 2 - Our second podcast

2005-10-04

In this second podcast we discuss and share information on the following:
Podcasting lectures at Purdue Oncourse Update: New Features >Mike Sassman from Apple provides information on using Keynote for presentations and Word for notetaking during lectures. Mike Sassman discusses Apple's new iPod nano Tech Tip: Phone/PDA use by K-12 administrators …

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Episode 1 - Our first podcast

2005-09-29

In this first podcast we discuss and share information on the following:
What is a podcast? Some examples of educational podcasts What is Macromedia Breeze? Tech Tip…

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Teach with Tech

"Teach with Tech" is an innovative series of podcasts from the Indiana University School of Education Instructional Consulting Office designed to provide higher education faculty, K-12 teachers, and other listeners with timely, useful information about integrating technology into their teaching.

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