01 October 2006

Shambles Podcasts

In October 2006 several "Shambles Podcasts" were launched ... available at www.shambles.net/podcasting/

"Shambles HEADcasts" : www.shamblesHEADcast.info
Conversations with International Schools Headteachers and Principals
This series asks those who are now Headteachers or who have been headteachers in an International School about the pros and cons of working overseas. What advice would they pass on to a new Headteacher coming to an International School in S.E.Asia. What advice would they also give to teachers applying for jobs in the region. Finally we ask about the benefits of ICT to teaching and learning and what is their vision of ICT in teaching and learning in the future.

"Shambles TECHcasts" : www.shamblesTECHcast.info
Conversations with International Schools ICT Coordinators, Managers and Directors
ICT= Information and Communication Technology
This series asks those with an ICT (technology) management responsibility about the use of ICT in teaching and learning, about how they might change things if they could travel back. We also speculate how ICT might be being used in schools in five years time and also suggest recommendations for new ICT coordinators moving to work in an international schools overseas.

"Shambles ASIAcasts" : www.shamblesASIAcast.info
Conversations with educators in S.E.Asia
This series is a mixed bag of conversations with educators from both the private and public sectors in S.E.Asia and from those who have experience working with schools in the region.

The majority of the Shambles Podcasts are 20 to 30 minutes long and are 'audio' only. In all the broadcasts the view expressed are of the individuals only and do not necessary duplicate school policy.

Copyright :
all podcasts are provided under a Creative Commons
Attribution Non Commercial licence

You are free to copy, distribute, display, and perform the work and to make derivative works under the following conditions .... you must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor.
You may not use this work for commercial purposes.

These series open up a whole new set of windows into education in S.E.Asia and especially into International Schools ... the plan is to have the series continuing for a long time with new programmes being posted every three weeks during term time.

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