T4 Podcasts

T4 Podcasts
By T4 - Transforming Teaching Though Technology
About this podcast
These are the T4 (Technology) Tips Podcasts - brought to you by the Jordan School District Curriculum Technology Specialists.
Latest episodes
March 4, 2009
{enclose T4TW_44_3_3_09.m4v}If a tree falls in the forest and nobody is there to hear it, does it still make a sound?  Draper Elementary 6th graders explain why the answer is ..... well, I am not going to tell you.  You will have to listen to the podcast for the answer!As you listen to the podcast, what do you think is happening so that the sound reaches your ears and allows you to hear it?   How is sound made?  What is frequency? Can sound travel faster through solid objects or through air?  What is pitch? Those and other questions will be answered in this enjoyable podcast!  The students' personalities really shine through!  Happy Listening! 
Feb. 18, 2009
We The People {enclose T4TW_43_02_18_2009.mov}  This podcast was created by 6th grade students about presidents in our history.  Since this month is President's Day month, I thought it would be fitting to post We The People. I loved how these three students collaborated and created a page to view, even though it is an audio podcast.  They were very creative with how they organized and planned their podcast.  There was was some editing done before it was posted to this site. (Hope you don't mind boys!)  Great job Jared, Jackson, and Gabe!  Way to be engaged with your learning. 
Jan. 16, 2009
{enclose T4TW_42_01_16_2009.mov} A 6th grade student from Terra Linda Elementary produced this podcust during a science unit.  Kudos to her teacher Ms. Murdock who uses technology as part of her teaching practices. 
Jan. 5, 2009
{enclose T4TW_41_01_05_09.m4v} Students from Mrs. Morrison's 4th grade class at Willow Canyon Elementary created this podcast on Utah History.  They recorded their voices on Apple laptops using a program called GarageBand .  They used an online editing program called Picnik to edit the images. Congratulations to Mrs. Morrison's and her class for a fine job!  
Dec. 1, 2008
{enclose T4TW_40_12_01_08.m4v}  A brief overview of the AverVision 300 AF+ Document Camera. 
Nov. 18, 2008
{enclose T4TW_39_11_18_08.m4v} Mr. Jethro Jones, Engaged Classroom Trainer at Ft. Herriman Middle School teaches a lesson at Tech Fair sponsored by USOE, November 7, 2009
Aug. 20, 2008
{enclose T4TW_38_8_20_08.m4v}  This is a screencast on embedding a Google Form in a Wikispace Wiki. There is some audible hum for which I apologize.
Aug. 19, 2008
{enclose T4TW_37_8_19_08.mp4}  Again from Classroom 2.0 August 14, 2008. A brief conversation between Darren Draper and Kevin Honeycutt via Skype.
Aug. 19, 2008
{enclose T4TW_36_8_19_08.mp3} This audio is from a session held on August 14th at Classroom 2.0 SLC. This was a basic session on RSS, Blogs, and Podcasting.
April 22, 2008
{enclose T4TW_35_04_22_08.m4v} Columbia Elementary Exploring in Google Earth Mrs. Buttars 6th Grade class from Columbia Elementary takes a look at exploring different countries using Google Earth. The students are asked to locate three different countries in Google Earth. After locating some facts about those countries, they are to pick their favorite country they would like to visit and tell us why. The students are being interviewed by Mrs. Buttars and Mrs. Giles in the computer lab. Students were interviewed via iPod using an attached recorder device. These recordings become voice memos in the iPod and can be direclty downloaded into iTunes.   Great Job 6th Graders!
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