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High School Teachers Tune In Students With Podcasts. Podcasts are all the rage, and some imaginative high school teachers are introducing their students to the medium in class. Nancy Branom, an English teacher at Edmonds-Woodway High School in Washington, recently had her writer's workshop class make podcasts. Her colleague, librarian Karen Rautenberg, introduced her to the popular public radio podcast "Serial. " Then, Rautenberg suggested the two do a podcast assignment with Branom's class. Branom says the outcome was basically a research paper in the form of a podcast. But it was also a story – because podcasts demand storytelling – and that made the project different from a typical research paper, Rautenberg adds. Just like a paper, a podcast needs a beginning, middle and end, Branom says. The students worked on teams to create the podcasts and choose a topic they wanted to cover, like illegal immigration and transgender issues, she says. [Find out how high school teachers are guiding students into self-publishing.]

How to Start a Podcast – Pat’s Complete Step-By-Step Podcasting Tutorial. Starting a podcast has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. Ever. In this complete tutorial, you’re going to learn, step-by-step, how to start a podcast. Thank you to the thousands of people who have emailed me and also those who have let me know in person that this is the very tutorial that helped you get started. That’s why I do what I do, and so let’s get right to it… Since starting The Smart Passive Income Podcast in July of 2010: The show has surpassed 23,000,000 total downloads (as of May 2016)The podcast has become the #1-way people who read my blog found out about me – that’s above search, social media and links from other websites.

Most importantly, the podcast has enabled me to build a stronger relationship with my audience – much stronger than I could ever do with just my blog alone. “Thanks for keeping me company while I was…”“I was scrambling, taking notes while you were talking about…”“Pat, I feel like I know you.” It’s incredible. This Tutorial Commit. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Podcast Answer Man – Podcast Consultant – Consulting / How To Podcast – Learn How To Podcast with a Podcast Consultant You Can Call Right Now: 859-795-4067. 50 Of The Best Podcasts For High School Students - 50 Of The Best Podcasts For High School Students by Dennis Lee, This post is the first part to a 3-part series entitled “250 things any high school student must learn”. High school is perhaps one of the biggest turning points of a person’s life. Sure, there’s still college after that, but not everyone gets the chance to move that stage forward. So while you’re all in the stage where you go wonder what you really want to be like in the years to come, why not try listening to Podcasts to give yourself some insights about life.

So here’s a collection of 50 Podcasts that any high school student should listen to, categorized into the four general topics would help you focus on what you might choose to become in the years to come. Academic Related Podcasts There are things that we can’t just learn in a four walled classroom, which is why these podcasts could offer you more practical applications of the theories they discuss to you. General and Special Interest Podcasts Entrepreneurship.

Best Education Podcasts | Edutopia. As someone who spends a lot of time in my car, I get an awful lot of information via podcasts. Podcasts are a total sanity saver if you commute. Basically, they are serialized audio broadcasts that you can listen to whenever you want via a computer or mobile device. This post is a basic tutorial for listening to podcasts. There are so many great podcasts by and for educators. Here's a great list to get you started: #edchat Radio (Personal Learning Network, School Leadership, Teacher Leadership)#edchat Radio is a ten-minute show that highlights conversations from the weekly #edchat Twitter chat topic. Angela Watson's Truth for Teachers (Teaching Strategies) At a quick ten minutes per episode, posted every Sunday, Angela Watson's Truth for Teachers is designed to speak life, encouragement, and truth into the minds and hearts of educators -- and to get teachers and educators energized for the week ahead. The Bedley Brothers Every Classroom Matters Science Underground Talks With Teachers.

Teens & Podcasts. It didn’t take long for Michael Godsey, an English teacher at Morro Bay High School in California, to realize that his decision to use a public radio podcast in the classroom was a wise one. It wasn’t any old podcast he was introducing to his classes. It was “Serial,” the murder-mystery phenomenon produced by reporter Sarah Koenig of “This American Life,” which already was transfixing a wide swath of the adult population. “Even if they weren’t into it, I told them it was the most popular podcast of all time, and that was interesting,” Godsey says. He needn’t have worried. The podcast seized his five classrooms of 10th- and 11th-graders. “I had kids cutting other classes so they could come listen to it again,” he says.

“Kids who were sick, who never did their homework, were listening at home.” Godsey is one of a growing number of educators who are using podcasts like “Serial” to motivate their classrooms and address education requirements set by the Common Core state standards. 7 Awesome Education Podcasts You Should Know About | Magoosh. As an education company, of course we like to stay on top of education news … but we also like to have a good time doing it.

One way we spice up our edu-news consumption is by listening to awesome podcasts. The following is a list of some of our favorites. They cover everything from edtech trends to innovation to how stuff works around the world. And the best part: They always manage do it in creative and fun ways. You won’t find yourself tuning out while listening to any of these, we guarantee it! 1. The Forum by BBC Pondering our place in the universe, learning the history and future of education, and discovering the origins of storytelling are just a few things you’ll get to do with this podcast. 2. If you’re thinking, “Hey, education sounds like a pretty boring subject for an entire podcast”… then, a) I’m surprised you clicked on this article (way to be open minded!) 3. If you’re interested in learning about tech for the classroom, this podcast is for you. 4. 5. 6. 7.