Category Archives: Podcasts
As a short assessment of our bushranger unit, I got my students to write (and not so short) summaries of different Australian bushrangers. Some of them you may have heard of…others are less well known. Listen to the podcast.
Tomorrow the class is going on a trip to Victoria Hill – hopefully more than last time will turn up! Victoria Hill is an old mining site – it hosts what was once the deepest shaft mine in the world … Continue reading
G’day all. I’m beginning a unit on Timor Leste (East Timor) with my Year 8s this week, and planning to do a stations strategy again, including a podcast introducing things. I was lucky enough to be able to interview Kirsty … Continue reading
Last week I presented at a PD for history teachers on how to integrate technology into history learning. Great diversity of teachers from primary, secondary as well as state, Catholic and private. They recorded their own podcast – listen here! … Continue reading
I’ve been looking on the stats page for this blog, and the Medieval Crime & Punishment podcast has passed 1,000 hits over the past 2 months since it was posted. In other words, it makes up a tenth of all … Continue reading
Here is the latest Middle Ages podcast, along with gratuitous picture of people with bubonic plague. I’ve been doing a “stations” strategy with my year 8s for the Friday double: podcast, textbook questions, crossword, computer stuff and a drawing activity. … Continue reading