A podcast article by W.Richardson, making some observations that more and more pple and education embracing audiocasting. Looking at some of these files, the file size are very big! The greatest obstacle is to find storage (read reliable storage) now.
Read this article and now that we have one IS school going into video and media literacy, perhaps there’s something in here that we can think about, especially:
So many people today get vital information in video format that an educator must also be a trainer in media savvy.
– if learners learn thru watching video, how can we go abt assessing the level of learners’ understanding by allowing them to create their own video
Unless viewers make the effort to pose critical questions while they watch – and also make time to reflect on what they’re seeing …
– reflection … critical questions … blogs !
programming that shows young people a possibility, such as a child doing a skilled activity, has proven to help unsure watchers “to believe they could do it.”
– can video creation by students themselves bring about similar effect?
[source : the christian science monitor]
Yup, finished another round of blogvangelism! Thanks to John for the invitation for the STEP 2005 sharing. And hopefully our fellow friends from Thailand have learnt something useful today. Check out more pictures below:
3 cheers for R&D !
for i = 1 to 3
SHOUT *hip hip hurray* (x3)
It’s in the midst of the sharing at Vista Lab (MOE Building Level 18), we have 3 distinguished delegates from Thailand! Check out some pictures below, and more updates coming up later 🙂