Over the past couple of months we’ve been slowly migrating the TER Podcast site from a wordpress hosted page to a self-hosted site.
The web address of the site remains TERPodcast.com, where you will find all the episodes of the Teachers’ Education Review.
Subscriptions should have migrated with the site, but if you are an existing subscribed to this site by email or RSS and haven’t seen an update since we announced plans to move, then you should resubscribe through the new site.
This wordpress site will soon be shut down, so if you haven’t already, make sure you visit our new site and update your subscription as necessary.
Thanks for your ongoing support of the TER Podcast.
While you’re all enjoying our Year in Review and Holiday Special episodes, between now and our next release the Teachers’ Education Review will be moving!
Don’t worry, we’re not going far, we’re simply moving from a wordpress.com hosted site to a self hosted wordpress site. If we do it right, you shouldn’t even notice a difference, though it may interfere with email subscriptions and minor features while we get it sorted.
If you notice any unusual behaviour on the site over the next fortnight, it’s probably because of the move. We’l let you know once the move is complete, after which, any thing different on the site is likely a new feature (not a bug!)
Enjoy the rest of your break!
‘Calendar’ by Dafne Cholet. Image resized, text added.
Thanks for a great year, everyone!
Links and show notes coming soon…
Main Feature: Recorded at EduTech in Brisbane in mid-2014, Cameron speaks with Ian Jukes, Chief Executive of the InfoSavvy Group, about issues facing education in the 21st Century.
Regular Features: AITSL’s Teacher Feature, teachers discuss digital resources in the classroom; Education in the News, Cameron and Corinne discuss the latest news stories in education; Mystery Educator competition – new clue!
Links and time codes coming soon!
Recorded on the 8th of November, 2014, this episode features two presentations from Teachmeet Unconference 2014, held at the UNE Future Campus in Parramatta. This episode contains two recordings from this event. First, a presentation on Flexible Learning Spaces in a primary school setting, followed by a presentation on Heutagogy, or self-directed learning.
Some of our wonderful listeners nominated the TER Podcast for the 2014 Edublog awards under the category ‘Best Educational Use of Media”… and we were shortlisted!
If you’d like to support the podcast, please take a moment to vote for us.
Corinne’s Twitter collaboration @edutweetoz has also been nominated, and you can vote for them here.
Voting is open until December 15th.
We really appreciate your support! Thank you!