ERIC Number: EJ912895
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2010-Nov
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 7
The Progression of Podcasting/Vodcasting in a Technical Physics Class
Glanville, Y. J.
Physics Teacher, v48 n8 p543-545 Nov 2010
Technology such as Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, clickers, podcasting, and learning management suites is becoming prevalent in classrooms. Instructors are using these media in both large lecture hall settings and small classrooms with just a handful of students. Traditionally, each of these media is instructor driven. For instance, podcasting (audio recordings) provided my technical physics course with supplemental notes to accompany a traditional algebra-based physics lecture. Podcasting is an ideal tool for this mode of instruction, but podcasting/vodcasting is also an ideal technique for student projects and student-driven learning. I present here the various podcasting/vodcasting projects my students and I have undertaken over the last few years.
Descriptors: Student Projects, Physics, Computer Software, Teaching Methods, Educational Technology, Computer Uses in Education, Handheld Devices, Science Instruction, Algebra
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