Invitations were sent out to common citizens to record city sounds then the chosen tracks were selected for display on this virtual sound museum. One of our BCC faculty, WI Coordinator Lynne Ticke, professor of psychology, responded to the call. Her podcasts were selected among others to be broadcast to the NY Community for all of us to enjoy. Dr. Ticke interest in sound installations was also parallelled with her academic interests. In fact, in Summer 2001, she enrolled in the Summer Podcasting Workshop and has been recording ever since. Check all of the winners and their street sounds. A true gift indeed !
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Invitations were sent out to commons citizens to record city sounds then the chosen tracks were chosen for display on this virtual sound museum. One our BCC faculty, WI Coordinator Lynne Ticke, professor of psychology, responded to the call. Her podcasts were selected among others to be broadcasted to the NY Community for all of us to enjoy. Dr. Ticke interest in sound installations was also parallelled with her academic interests. In fact, in Summer 2001, she enrolled in the Summer Podcasting Workshop and has been recording ever since. Check all of the winners and their street sounds. A true gift indeed !
Wiki overview of pedagogical theory This site also provides vast bibliography of online learning
The pedagogy of PodcastingThis article discusses in particular the use of podcasting in a history course.
Principles and Pedagogy: The Two P’s of Podcasting in the Information Technology Classroom The use of podcasting in an Information Technology course (Business college)
The pedagogy of Podcasting
University of Leicester, UK, a professor’s experience in using podcasts.
Psyche, Antonio Canova (1757 – 1822)
Pedagogy of online Teaching (resource Site) A great collections of pedagogical resources for online teaching.
Pedagogy Resources and the online environment
TIP (Resources for Learning and Instructional Theories)
http://www.ion.illinois.edu/resources/tutorials/pedagogy/index.asp (University of Illinois)
WebQuests – A WebQuest is a site that offers inquiry-oriented lessons and which gathers information from the web. (San Diego State University)
Bloom’s Taxonomy – A site that pairs Bloom’s Taxonomy and critical thinking.
Center for Applied Special Technology – “CAST is a nonprofit research and development organization that works to expand learning opportunities for all individuals, especially those with disabilities, through Universal Design for Learning”
Graphic Organizer – An online resource for using graphic organizers in your class.
Theory into Practice – This site offers information on over fiftty learning theories.
Teaching for Understanding – Part of the Harvard University Project Zero this site assist in developing lectures.
Teaching and Learning on the Web – A site developed by the Maricopa Community Colleges’ Center for Learning and Instruction.
Instructional Strategies – A collection resources on a variety of learning tools.
National Educational Technology Standards – Standards developed by ISTE in association with teachers, students and administrators.
Podcasing isn’t just about recording, editing, publishing and sharing, but it can also be a fashion statement. Check out the AUDIO WAVES chiffon ! A must have for podcast lovers ! A colleague from BCC was wearing one of these scarves and I just had to have it ! If interested you can find it here http://www.etsy.com/listing/62463793/audio-waves-chiffon Happy podcasting everyone !
Bronx Community College Faculty will have at their disposal several podcasting resources on the CUNY Commons site: rubrics, tutorials, copyright information, faculty examples, and spaces such as wikis, blogs, twitter and facebook. A Blackboard site has also been created and 12 faculty members will be able to share their work and progress among each other throughout the summer. The podcasting program ends in January and they will be ready to deliver their podcasting integrated courses in Spring 2012. We start on June 13th !
https://podcasting.commons.gc.cuny.edu/ (check out our website !)
The Creative Commons is a nonprofit group which allows you to obtain licenses which protect your own original work.
Podcasting Hosting Sites
Castpost – Free hosting for audio and video clips
Podbean – Free podcast hosting and publishing.
Pickstation – Good to use for podcasts and music.
Blubrry– Find, share and organize podcasts.
Evoca– With this site you can create audio files from your computer, phone or Skype. Share/embed them on websites.
MyPodcast – Podcast hosting site
HeyCast– A tool to create video podcasts. Allows RSS feeds
ARTICLES TO READ FOR SUMMER WORKSHOP
7 Things You Should Know About Podcasting (Article II)
Leonardo da Vinci, Study of proportions, from Vitruvius’s De Architectura (1452 – 1519)
Open up an account on www. dropbox.com (so you can share your large files)
Open up a free account on www.podomatic.com (recommended) to share audio podcasts with your students
Multimedia: Building Stronger Connections Inside and Outside Your Classroom
Bronx Community College
This program will provide hands-on training on how to produce screencasts and audio/video podcasts and discover how these tools can effectively enhance the teaching and learning environment of your courses. The workshop will also explore the pedagogical aspect of multimedia as a device for tutorials, for creating activities and assignments, and as an extension of the learning experience beyond class time. Modeling, course design, and alignments of course objectives, will be included in the pedagogical framework of this workshop. Laptop computers and microphones will be provided for the workshop. Participants are encouraged to bring their own laptop if available. No online teaching experience is required.
Summer Institute – JUNE 5, 2015
Please bring your laptop and a USB Flash Drive to the meeting. Please read this article before you come to the meeting and we will be discussing during the first part of the workshop.
We will learn how to use the following programs
3) Windows Movie Maker
During the workshop we will cover pedagogy, copyrights issues, assessment, etc.
Update software that will allow you to play audio and vidoe files
Flash, QuickTime, Real Player, Windows Media Player (iMovie),. Bronx Community Colleg’s IT department e has facilitated this work for you, go to their website and you can download them for free !
Please take a look at the wonderful podcasting classroom integration done by our faculty and students at Bronx Community College.
Since 2009 several BCC faculty members participated in intensive summer podcasting training in which we offer both technical and pedagogical support. The following programs have been used during the training: Audacity, Windows Movie Maker, Jing and Camstudio. Below you will find podcasts produced by both faculty and students.
http://kculkin.podomatic.com/ Dr. Kate Culkin
Dr. Culkin made extensive use of video podcasting in her history class (History 20) in which students research historical landmarks in New York City. After recording their podcasts, students post them on their ePorfolios, which also includes other information about the historic location and the research they have done. Making a podcasts about an historic locations allows students to assume the role of historians, and more specifically, allow them to experience what it means to be a public historian, to discuss about history in a public manner.
eHerodotus – A virtual companions to History 10 and 11 (J. Getman-Eraso, R. Maryks, T. Rotenberg ). Videos are used to enhance the learning of history.
Foreign Languages: Portuguese and Italian.
Podcasting used in a language class is an excellent tool to reinforce pronunciation, and to extend language exposure outside of the confines of the classroom.
Dr. Alexander Lamazares, Portuguese (the site is viewable only within BCC)
Some BCC faculty members extended the benefits of podcasting to students by allowing them to create audio/video files as part of their academic portfolios. Podcasting allows for a comprehensive approach to teaching and learning: it supports the pedagogical objectives of specific disciplines and the general education goals of information literacy. In addition, podcasting has also proven to be a valid assessment tool for languages it helps students monitor progress in their language proficiency. For history, the podcast assignment has very clear criteria, including the use of sources and the type of information that needs to be included. The clear criteria and specific end assignment make it easier to assess the skills the students have learned, while still encouraging the students’ creativity.
Each student is provided with mp3 players and technical training. The following are examples of podcasts created by our students.
Reilyn Roque Digital Stories
Crystal Rivas, History
Anthony Jose’ , History
Evelyn Torres – Italian
Carolina Valdivieso – Video
Edwin Amador — Interview
Albano Shala — Academy Award Speech
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