Suggestions or experiences in using iPods in instruction

Duke University found that an iPod can be very useful for the teacher to look back on how he/she did a lecture so they could see what needed to be improved upon. They also found that they needed a bit more practice with the iPods. So my suggestions would be to not give up, because the first year might not be the best. There is always room for improvement especially when working with technology. To go to this site

I think that an iPod could be very useful to me as a teacher. Everyone needs to look back at any work and see how they could have done better at it. Using an iPod is a great way to do this. You might be thinking well I am already there so why would I have to record it and listen to it again? Sometimes it helps if you put yourself out of the box to watch/listen to something to get an unbiased opinion about it. Sure you were there and nothing went wrong, so you think that there is nothing that could have been done to make it better. Wrong! Taking yourself completely out of the situation and acting as though you were never there can make you see the way your students will see you. After all, they are the reason that you are there so why not try to make the lecture more suitable to them?