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Podcasting Podcasting is a wonderful way of allowing children to share their work and experiences with a potentially huge audience over the Internet. Schools are increasingly using the internet to promote what they do, and to celebrate the achievements of their children, and podcasting is an excellent way of doing this. What is a podcast? A podcast is like a radio show. However, instead of being broadcast live, a podcast is recorded and then distributed over the internet, so that you can listen to it whenever you please. There are thousands of podcasts available, ranging from general interest entertainment shows to those which focus on specific topics (e.g. computers / music / education). How do I listen? You can usually listen to podcasts directly on the websites of those people who make them (see below for some examples). How do children benefit from making a podcast? It gives them a potential audience of thousands for their work. How do I make a podcast? What can I put in a podcast?
Why every school should be podcasting DJ Bun has interviewed lots of people, including parents, schoolchildren and special guests such as Ayesha Assantewaa, former presenter of the BBC radio show Big Toe Radio. Her interviews can be heard by a worldwide audience thanks to the internet. And who is she exactly? Well, until recently, she was simply an 11-year-old pupil at Oakington Manor foundation school in the London borough of Brent, answering to the name of Chelsea Parkinson. At Oakington, Chelsea and many other pupils have created podcasts - audio content that is published online to be downloaded from the internet. "Podcasting has transformed our school," says Oakington's head of ICT, Ophelia Vanderpuye. Thousands of all-age pupils and teachers are catching on, producing podcasts ranging from children's stories, audio diaries, plays, interviews, news and reviews. A vast audience "Second, it's a great way of distributing learning materials, which can include sound, images and video. "Third, it's a great communication tool.
Best Free Podcasts Geograph the British Isles – combining mapping, photography and gaming in the classroom Geograph British Isles combines mapping with photography and gaming challenges to encourage practical interaction with maps and of the British Isles. Photographs for every square kilometre of the British Isles Users of Ordnance Survey maps will know that Ordnance Survey maps divide up the geographical area into squares for ease of reference by users sharing locations – called the grid reference. So Geograph has the aim of providing photographs (current or historical) for every square on the map. With over 2 million user-uploaded photographs already on Geograph this makes this a useful tool for schools, particularly for social studies, local area projects, history, geography and more. And one of the challenges for users of Geograph is to add their own geographically representative photographs and information for every square kilometre of Great Britain and Ireland. Games and Classroom Application Already over 2 million images Themes, Topics and Local Study Falkirk Wheel
MP3 Stream Player and Online Radio Platform Education Podcast Network Children Podcast « Cool Podcasts The Activated Stories Posted by coolpodcasts on March 27, 2009 Listening to this podcast is not only a good bonding activity with the entire family but also a great way to instill creativity and the joy of traveling with the children. Stories are usually tales from different countries like Easter Island and Japan, India, Africa and many others. So if you are looking for a podcast that can be enjoyed by young and old, be sure to try The Activated Stories. Posted in Children Podcast, Educational Podcast, Entertainment Podcast, Family Podcast, Parenting Podcast, Podcast, Unique Podcast, Wholesome Podcast, Youth & Teenage Podcast | Leave a Comment » Parents and Kids Talk Radio Podcast Posted by coolpodcasts on August 30, 2008 This is another good family-oriented podcast that can be listened together by both parents and their children. Posted in Children Podcast, Family Podcast, Parenting Podcast, Podcast, Radio Podcast, Talk Podcast, Wholesome Podcast, Youth & Teenage Podcast | 1 Comment »
Free Educational Podcasts Education from your ipod! 0Google + When the children both got ipods, I began to look for some way to use this technology for a bit of sneaky homeschooling. I soon discovered that there are some wonderful resources available - if you know where to look! Educational podcasts are a wonderful way of homeschooling for free. As well as podcasts, I have included some other mp3 type resources. Science Great short science podcast - Bytesize Science - but may be more suitable for older children.The Naked Scientists do some great science podcasts - but some of them may be too adult. Video Podcasts Science Experiments from the Sporran Really great science video podcasts. Audiobooks Podiobooks have free serialized audiobooks that you can download on a schedule. More Podcasts The Puffin Podcast Puffin Books podcast of book extracts and author interviews.The BBC have a number of different podcasts. Enjoy your listening! Home › Homeschool Freebies › Free Educational Podcasts
10 Podcasts for Teachers and Kids What! A podcast? I know what you’re thinking. Sounds complicated. Sounds expensive. Sounds, well, technical. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Online Audio Editor - Aviary.com's Myna As per this blog post from July, we have officially closed the advanced suite of Flash tools (previously located at advanced.aviary.com) in order to focus on our new company direction powering the photo experience in 3rd party apps. While we hoped that everyone would have taken the time to retrieve their files since our notice, we recognize that the message may not have been seen by everyone. Therefore, if you were not able to retrieve all of your files to date, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org from the email address associated with your account to help retrieve your files. Do this quickly. Please note that after September 30th, 2012, we cannot guarantee that your files will still be available for us to retrieve. While the tools will remain offline, we may continue to explore new homes in whole or in part, for specific elements of the suite. I would like to make a few recommendations for alternate tools to try: Thank you to those of you who gave awards to the advanced suite.