Podcasting Resources

Check out this brief example of a podcast created by a colleague of mine, Rudy Vidal at Sky Harbour! Podcasts are just one of the technology tools of web 2.0 that teachers can use to enrich instruction. Students do NOT need an iPod to listen to the podcast. Podcasts may be listened to directly from the internet or downloaded to a playing device like an iPod or mp3 player and are basically an oral recording of an online post or message.

 Don’t miss the podcast and view the resources available at “Fabulous Podcast Resources” link (to the left of this article) for more information about podcasting from one of the leading educational bloggers, Miguel Guhlin. His blog is full of information, resources and strategies for implementing many of the web 2.0 tools.


4 responses to “Podcasting Resources

  1. Kim, you’re too kind. Nice to find you online blogging, too! I hope you’ll share what you’re learning with all of us. Welcome!

    Wishing you well in your new venture,

    Miguel Guhlin
    Around the Corner

  2. Miguel, first and foremost thanking you so much for leaving a comment on my blog. Regarding the Podcasting Resources post, many teachers and educators do not have capable and approachable mentors that are willing to guide, share and suggest ways to enrich learning using technology. I am very, very grateful for all that I learn from you and the other ‘superbloggers’ that I read each day. Again thank you – especially for all of the educators out there learning as I learned to integrate technology through the ranks in isolation and trial and error. It is conformating to know that the network of quality, competent resources is ever widening.

    Kim Caise

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