This Tuesday Tip is written to encourage you to attend our new series on Podcasting for Teaching and Learning, which will start next week. Faculty Development is organizing the series in collaboration with the Technology and Learning Program, and we hope that you are excited to learn more about how podcasting can be used in your classes. As you can see in the webpage, the meetings will be held in Glenn 302 (a hyflex room, yay!) and also via Zoom, so feel free to attend in your preferred fashion, but we do ask that you register here so we can plan according to the expected audience.
In tandem with this series, I want to make sure that you are aware of a number of resources available on our website:
- Friday Forum: Podcasting for Teaching & Learning (video recording): check out the video for the Friday forum we offered last year and listen to Chico State faculty and staff as they discuss how they use podcasts in their classes.
- Teaching Guide: Podcasting for Teaching & Learning: check out this teaching guide, which provides resources, ideas, and practical applications for the use of podcasts in the classroom.
In particular, I want to point out this article, “Can creative podcasting promote deep learning? The use of podcasting for learning content in an undergraduate science unit” (Pegrum, Bartle & Longnecker, 2014), which examines the use of podcasts in an undergraduate chemistry course, specifically in relation to deep learning. I want to encourage all faculty to think of ways in which podcasting could be useful and beneficial in your classes, across Colleges, disciplines, and formats.
The first workshop will be held next Wednesday, September 29th, 3:00-4:30 pm, and we hope to see you there!
Add a comment to share ways in which you use podcasting in your class!