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Ideas for teacher research
Choose your own activity or adventure!
Some of these activities we'll do together as a group. Others you can jump in and try for yourself.
Reading / discussion
Spend an hour
reading up previous research or projects.
Think about, discuss, write or talk about certain topics.
Start thinking about what learning activities (involving listening) work well with your students (and their certificates). (
Early ideas around classroom activities here
Practical / equipment
Investigate options for a portable mp3 player / recorder.
Get hold of a portable mp3 recorder, and interview a colleague
about their thoughts on audio technologies
Copy the audio file (mp3) from the portable gadget onto your computer.
Think about how a gadget like this could be useful in your classroom.
More suggestions below
Get hold of
, and edit an audio file.
worth listening to, tune in and review.
Set up your own podcast or blog.
Find an "
" that you like, and subscribe to some podcasts or blogs.
Plus: on the interweb
Set up your own page in this "wikispace" (or ask michael to do this for you).
Upload your interview with a colleague into your wikispace page
Create a voice-enabled
(animated character), and put it on your podcast, blog or wiki page.
Get yourself onto Skype, so you can make phone calls for free
Get in touch with someone else in our project group, via Skype.
Sign up to delicious, and start "tagging" useful web sites for others to see.
Come along to a group meeting in Live Classroom
Listen back to one of the e-mentor 08 professional development sessions in Elluminate
Trial some of the other live conferencing softwares
Think about how you could use this in class (or in collaboration with a similar group somewhere else).
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Don't i deserve quality care by Grant Neufeld
and the mellotron unravelled
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