October 03, 2005

The eduBlogs Podcast #1

ResizeaspThis is the first podcast I have produced for edublogs, covering the topics of inclusion, gifted children and how social software might have an impact on student development.

The first eduBlogs Podcast contains excerpts from my seminar at this year's SETT Learning Festival on Supporting the Gifted with ICT. David Muir wrote up a pretty good summary of the seminar. Beta chapters are currently being published on this blog under this tag. This section handles the theory behind why social software is a useful tool: inclusion, gifted-ness, collaborative learning, breaking down ICT barriers in the classroom. The next podcast will handle social software's possible impact on the classroom and school, specifically using blogs as an example.

Ways to listen to the podcast
You can subscribe to my new podcast - and therefore never miss an episode - through iTunes podcast directory, or copy the Podcast syndication link into your podcatcher or iTunes. Help on subscribing to Podcasts.

Or you can just listen online now by clicking the link below
(right-click and save to download to your computer's desktop and you can listen later [11.1 MB, 24 mins]):
Download or listen to eduBlogs Podcast 1 Update = link fixed (thanks, John)

Download the Quicktime Movie of slides that accompany the talk. [7.9 MB]

Learning and Teaching Scotland organise this Festival every year (one of the biggest in the UK with about 5000 participants, I think). They will podcast the whole seminar from their own good quality recording soon on their site, but this is an abridged version without all the warts. Something even better will probably appear on the MFLE as well.


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