June 5, 2006

The New Story Wrap Up… Podcast 19

Last Wednesday, Clarence, Darren and Kathy and I were joined by Cheryl Oakes as we put a wrap on our series about telling the new story. In reality, it’s hard to wrap up so the stories will continue.

My apologies to Jeff Utecht and others who waited patiently for the Skypecast to begin. Not completely understanding how Skypecast works, I went ahead and began the conference call as I usually have done only to realize that you need to login on the Skypecast website. My bad.

Listen to the podcast. (26MB 1:04)

Show notes: (courtesy of Darren…if there was a “Show notes Hall of Fame“, this would be in it!)

The New Story Podcast Series, What Came Before …
Part 1, Part 2, Part 2 – the video, Part 3

Darren Kuropatwa’s Blog

Kathy Cassidy’s Blog

Clarence Fisher’s Blog

Dean Shareski’s Blog

Cheryl Oake’s Blog

skypecasting conference calling info

Jeff Utecht’s Blog – The Thinking Stick

Bloglines

Excellence and Imagination
(Clarence’s Classroom Central Blog)

State of Maine Standards & Assessment

Cheryl’s Class Blog

BPRIME the new format

Bloom’s Taxonomy

Apple 1 to 1 Learning

Maine Learning Technology Initiative

Constructivism

Article from The Vancouver Sun: Boys exhibit high literacy skills with video games
(Registration required)

Sim City

George Siemens Blog

Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age

Fundamental Change
(Clarence’s post re: becoming a “network administrator”)

Kathy’s class saw a shark

Doug Noon’s Blog (Borderland)

DOPA – The Wiki
(Resources and community opposed to DOPA)

Finding a Voice – Fighting Peer Pressure
(Clarence’s post about his kids’ posts)

WorldBridges

Skypecast Directory

Dean’s Digital Storytelling Workshop

David Warlick – Blogging and the Flat Classroom

Dean’s RSS Analogy

Bob Sprankle

Also you’ll notice I’m linking to the file on Internet archive rather than the nifty little podpress player I used in earlier podcasts. This is because podpress files must be encoded with a sample rate in multiples of 11.025 kHz or else it sounds like Alvin and the Chipmunks. I tried for hours to get this done in Audacity but failed miserably. I did it with the previous podcasts but not sure what I did differently. If anyone can help, please let me know. I followed this tutorial but it didn’t seem to help.