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Podcast Resources

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Podcasting Basics

 

What is Podcasting?

A media file (mp3) that is distributed by subscription over the Internet using syndication feeds, for playback on mobile devices and personal computers.

Podcasts are distributed using a technology known as Real Simple Syndication

 

Podcasting in Plain English

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-MSL42NV3c

 

Why use Podcasts?

  1. Provides students with an authentic audience.
  2. Increases student motivation to write.
  3. Improve fluency and listening skills.
  4. Engage your students, remember, they’re digital natives.
  5. Teacher produced podcasts enhance learning in all subject areas.
  6. Student created podcasts provide an effective tool for group collaboration.
  7. Facilitate project-based learning for students with all learning styles and skills.

 

Finding Podcasts in iTunes

You can find podcasts in the iTunes Store or in iTunes U.

Podcasts in iTunes are available in both Audio and Video formats.

You can Search or Browse by categories:

  • New Releases,
  • Features,
  • Topics,
  • Branded Providers

“Get Episode” vs. “Subscribe”

 

Finding Podcasts online

 

Podcast aggregator sites:

PodBean, Podcast Alley, The Podcast Network, Odeo

 

Podcast Alley

  • Pick a Genre
  • Search by Keyword

 

Podcast directories:

Many podcasts are available from your favorite media outlets:

  1. NPR Podcast Directory
  2. CNN.com
  3. ESPN.com
  4. Open Culture: University Podcast Collection
  5. The Education Podcast Network

 

iPod Teaching Resources

Apple has collected lesson plans from educators who are using iPods & published online.

EXAMPLE: iPod Audio Tours

  • Students use an iPod and voice recorder to create an audio tour from a trip to the zoo.
  • They add original music created in GarageBand, and save their project onto iPods for use by zoo visitors

http://www.apple.com/au/education/ipod/lessons/

 

iPod in Education

 

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Part 1

 

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Part 2

 

Educational Podcast Resources

  1. Business
  2. English-Language Arts
  3. Family & Consumer Science
  4. Fine Arts
  5. Foreign Language
  6. Mathematics
  7. Science
  8. Social Studies
  9. Special Education

 

Classroom Podcast Examples

  1. Elementary
  2. Secondary

 

Classroom Integration Techniques and Ideas

  1. Elementary
  2. Secondary

 

Getting Started with Classroom Podcasting

Here are some resources that outline how to get started podcasting in your classroom. 

Blogs and Podcasting
View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: digital technology)

 

Wes Fryer's Teach Digital: Curriculum

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