PNME 2007 #30: Educators and the Podcast Interview: Your Educational Ace In The Hole!
For educators of every stripe, the interview format is perhaps the simplest and, certainly, one of the most effective ways to go. You’ve heard of win/win? In this presentation, you’ll learn how the interview offers a 12-way win! In addition, you’ll learn both the technical and tactical strategies for effective interviewing. Podcasting promises to be one of the most revolutionary educational tools since Gutenberg’s invention of the printing press. If you are a teacher or educational administrator, you can’t afford to be left behind by this game-changing development. In primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, trade schools and corporate-learning centers, leading-edge educators are pioneering ever more creative applications with these tools. Podcasting potentially offers you the largest classroom you’ve ever had and one that is global in its reach. Whether your motivation is non-profit or commercial, there is a world of opportunity awaiting you. Instructor: David Van Nuys, Ph.D. of Shrink Rap Radio
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David Van Nuys: My name is David Van Nuys and I’m going to be talking about interviewing as an ideal vehicle in the educational context so if that’s what you’re interested in, then you’re in the right place.
One of the things that I found very challenging as I try to prepare for this was I didn’t know who was going to be here, who my audience is and so, it’s pretty hard to prepare a presentation when you don’t know who you’re going to be speaking to.
So I’m curious about who is here. How many of you are educators? Would you raise your hand if you’re educators? Okay, most people here are educators. There are some exceptions. How many of you are working primary, secondary education? Show of hands. People who are college university educators? Okay, more people. Any Ed-Tech people here, educational technology? Okay, good. Any categories I haven’t called?
David Van Nuys: What is it?
David Van Nuys: Regulatory body.
David Van Nuys: Okay, great. Well, at least now I know who I’m talking to so that’s good.
Male: The publishers to the educational community.