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Saturday, January 28, 2006

Message in a Podcast

We had our last class on Thursday and made a podcast to celebrate! We left ourselves a "pod capsule" in instead of a "time capsule."

Here is our Message in a Podcast (4 minutes, 26 seconds). Please leave any questions, concerns, complaints, compliments, confusions, uncertainties, anxieties or other inquiries in the comments to this post.

This isn't our last post yet -- I've got at least two more I want to get out before the end. ;-)


At 1/28/2006 3:13 AM, Blogger Nick Noakes said...

Hi Pre-Cal 30S

Great to hear you will try to do your homeworkl next time in future math classes but am curious as to why you did't this time. I'm a teacher in Hong Kong and this is a constant issue here too!


p.s. I came to your podcast as I subscribe to your teacher's blog called A Difference.

At 1/28/2006 8:53 AM, Blogger Terry Kaminski said...

This podcast is an awesome way to end the semester. What software and hardware did you use to create the podcast?

As students, how do you see podcasts being useful in mathematics classes?

I hope that you, as students, appreciate how special Mr. Kuroptawa is. You are being exposed to many things that lots of students will never have a chance to experience.

At 1/28/2006 10:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

HI there

My name's Carole and I'm a teacher in Glasgow just learning about podcasts. I really enjoyed your show and it has given me ideas for things I can do with my class too.
Liked the music also, where did you get it?

At 1/29/2006 8:31 PM, Blogger Ree-SharD said...

Wow.. Crazy. We are popular lol. That's all I got to say. (Studies)

At 1/30/2006 4:52 AM, Blogger Nick Noakes said...

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At 1/30/2006 4:54 AM, Blogger Nick Noakes said...

Would still like to hear from one or more of you an answer to my question in the first comment to your blog. But even if I don't get an answer, you've all obviously done some great work in this class. great job on the podcapsule!

Gung Hei Fat Choy!


At 1/31/2006 7:12 PM, Blogger Nick Noakes said...

Hi Craig

Thanks for telling my your story re the homework. I can understand where you are coming from. I will look out for the 40S blog but feel free to email me (you or your teacher), when it's up at nick[dot]noakes[at]ust[dot]hk and I'll subscribe and follow it.


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