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By: Veronica Gonzalez

Mon, 11 Jun 2007 21:49:13 +0000

I enjoyed reading your detailed post. I have been a little hesistant about all of these new ways to teach our students. I guess mostly because I don't feel prepared and comfortable with all of the new technology tools we can teach our studetns. After reading your post it made it very clear and to the point. I have a better understanding on how a teacher can use podcasting in the classroom. It seems like you are very knowledgeable and you are already doing a lot of things we are learning in this course. I am jealous. I honestly have to say that your post motivated me and gave some ways on how I can use blogs during computer lab and for students to respond to writing prompts. Thanks!

By: Kyle Hunsberer

Fri, 08 Jun 2007 19:51:24 +0000

whoops....I spelled my own name wrong in the last should be Kyle Hunsberger

By: Kyle Hunsberher

Fri, 08 Jun 2007 19:50:52 +0000 seems like you have really taken advantage of the new Web 2.0 technologies that are becoming more and more available and accessible. I like your comment about the two faces of podcasting...the producing and the consuming. My students tend to exist as consumers of information, whereby education becomes an exercise in how much "stuff" you can learn and remember. On the other hand, if we teach our students to become producers as well (as in the case of podcasts, wikis, and blogs...), they can directly engage their learning more effectively, and hopefully, more proficiently!