Sunday, July 10, 2005

Show 5

(Run Time: 22:24)

If you have a podcast client, you can point it to the following:

http://feeds.feedburner.com/thetechteachers

Or, get it through itunes, as itunes now supports podcasting! Just type in “The Tech Teachers” in the podcasts search box.

Direct download: Show 5!

We want feedback from you, the listener! We can be reached at: rayandhollye@gmail.com

Below, you will find the show notes for Show #5:

You can also find the show note bookmarks at:

http://del.icio.us/thetechteachers/show5

Show Notes for Podcast #5:

Two other podcasts we recommended are available at:

  • Ed Roberts’ Kansas City Weather Podcast:

http://kcweather.blogspot.com/

  • podCast411:

http://www.podcast411.com/

TECHNOLOGY

  • del.icio.us (social bookmarking):

http://del.icio.us/

  • furl:

http://www.furl.net/index.jsp

  • Yahoo’s My Web:

http://myweb.search.yahoo.com/

  • Star Wars Flash Game with Darth Vader:

http://sithsense.com/flash.htm

  • Tech news:

--digg:

http://digg.com/

--Slashdot:

http://slashdot.org/

  • File Renamer:

www.webxpace.net/software/software.html

(discovered courtesy of Andy Walker on Call for Help Canada).

http://www.g4techtv.ca/callforhelp/freefiles/0209A.shtml

  • Geek News Central and information on the book about podcasting—

Podcasting: The Do-It-Yourself Guide:

http://www.geeknewscentral.com/

EDUCATION

  • The First Days of School, by Harry K. Wong and Rosemary T. Wong:

http://www.amazon.com

  • Your First Year as a High School Teacher, by Lynne Marie Rominger, et al:

http://www.amazon.com

  • Rubistar, an online rubric maker:

http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php

  • Wikipedia:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page

1 comment:

David Warlick said...

Ray & Hollye,

I just wanted to thank you for your podcast and tell you how much I've enjoyed listing to your shows. I especially like the way that you are sharing your viewpoints and the back and forth fashion of your communication. The rhythm is very appealing.

I listen to a lot of education podcasts, and produce one myself (Connect Learning -- http://connectlearning.davidwarlick.com), and I appreciate your perspective. Most of the ed podcasters have been in education for a long time, and tend to address issues from a deeper viewpoint -- which is good. You are obviously younger and I find your perspective on technology refreshing and equally valuable.

I've added you to my Education Podcast Network directory at:

http://epnweb.org/

Please keep up the good work.

-- dave --