3 comments

  1. jm says:

    Does anybody actually do this? The Internet is such a vibrant visual medium, and podcasting is so audio. The main reason I ask is because educators chat up a lot about making podcasts for their kids, and I’m thinking a kid would rather listen to iTunes than “iTeacher”. Personally, I’d tell the kids to make the podcasts…

  2. Federalist says:

    You have a point jm, but as a life time educator I think that the “infomation age,” with all of its interactive learning tools…has actually detached students from what is important. Books, paper, and pens, in my opinion, are the way to go. There is something about the written word that is more inclined to be digested by humans than what appears on a computer moniter. My opinion, I am not trying to make up facts.

  3. SpaceyG says:

    Yeah, in a world where a creepy acting kid gets over 6 million views in a matter of days for fake-screaming “Leave Britany Alone” on YouTube, paper and pen are where it’s at.

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