We have been preparing to run a workshop at the Kids @ Conference which is happening at the Otago University College of Education in October 2007. Since we have been podcasting for two years now we thought it was time that we taught some other kids how to do it. So here is the podcast we put together as a demonstration for what the participants in our workshop will be doing.
RJ, Kent, Warren, Anita, Jasmine and Kimberly
This podcast was recommended by Jasmine and Kimberly and they put their hard work in this podcast. It took 3 days to do this podcast and take the photos. It is a great podcast and we hope you enjoy this podcast and please leave a comment thank you--
In this episode Kent tells us why he likes podcasting and some of the things he thinks about when making his own podcast.
In this episode Warren branches out and produces his first podcast on his own. In this podcast Warren explains what a podcast is, how you go about making one and why he enjoys making them. Give it a listen and be sure to ask any questions you have in the comments section.
In this exciting podcast RJ tells you how to make a podcast.
Kimberly and Warren think that the teachers at Pine Hill School are doing a good job and in this podcast they tell you why.
In this episode Kent and Anita tell you all about what kids in Dunedin New Zealand like to do in their spare time. What do you like to do in your spare time? Do you do the same things or different to us?
What are the teachers like at your school? RJ and Jasmine take you for a tour around Pine Hill School and talk a little about their teachers. Enjoy.
A big part of being in Room 5 is that you have to take on the responsibility of the sport shed. RJ is the Sports Monitor for this term and this podcast will tell you about some of the things going on in our sports shed.
This podcast is about Pine Hill school computers. We put this togteher so we can show you how we use Pine Hill school computers. Each class has different activities that they can do on their computers during lunch time, play time and class time. Using computers is our favourite activity in the school.
By Kimberly and Anita