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Top 40 podcasts for teachers

Top 40 podcasts for teachers
1. The Teacher’s Podcast Mark Gura and Dr. Kathy King bring you this series of podcasts, which cover “news, views, research and resources you can use.” Gura and king are educators themselves, and have experience as authors, professors and “ed tech experts.” 2. This blog from Steve Dembo features regular podcasts on education and technology. 3. This resource-rich site includes podcasts that cover technology and education, with some recent posts covering topics such as “Technology, Mobility, and Careers,” “Science and Social Media,” and “Digital Texts Rock!” 4. John Merrow hosts this podcast, which discuss current events in education. 5. Dr. 6. Eric Langhorst is an eighth-grade history teacher in /Missouri, and he hosts podcasts that discuss education, history and technology. 7. You can stream or download podcasts on a range of subjects, from applying differentiation strategies to building vocabulary to fluency comprehension. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. Related:  Podcasts & Audio Projects

Digital Literacies: Using Audacity for pupil radio dramas with sound effects Creating a radio drama using sound effects, Audacity and pupil scripts. One of the favourite activities this year was script writing for an authentic audience. This year we decided to try our hand at creating short radio dramas. I introduced the class to some classic (edited) radio dramas such as Superman and Sam Spade. We discussed in our groups what the purpose of the scripts were in our context, how they were related (connections)to our English and Inquiry topics, what we liked about the dramas we heard, what made them interesting, who would be the audience in the 1940's & 50's as well as what other events were part of the context at the time. We then broke up into our teams for a brainstorming session on what the plot, characters, etc. would be for our own dramas. For example, one group needed someone walking. For some groups, who needed several sound effects, the task was more onerous and included such clips as explosions, helicopters, children playing and someone with hiccups.

10+ Educational Podcasts Worth Listening To! About us Courses & workshops Consultancy services Clients & publications Tools & webquests Blog > Our Blog Our Blog At The Consultants-E we help educators worldwide become more comfortable with technology in their teaching. You can subscribe to our blog here: «Back to Posts 10+ Educational Podcasts Worth Listening To! by Shelly Terrell 05 July 2012 in category: Podcasting July 15th to 30th is our online 2 week short Podcast e-course which covers how podcasting works, how it can help students learn, and what teachers needs to know and do to use audio podcasts with learners. Tags: podcasts Share this Digital Literacies Book Give Away Throughout April #eltchat #esl #ellchat #edtech #edchat #elearning Common Core Made Easy: A Collection of Tips, Resources, Ideas #edchat #commoncore via @delynbeard @Elle_Gifted Why play games in class? © The Consultants-E SL 2003 - 2013 Sitefinity ASP.NET CMS

podcasting-in-education - home podcasting Description Podcasting involves the online publication of digital files (audio, video, or other formats) within a channel to which others can subscribe and obtain updates. In this session we'll learn how to utilize free podcatching software (including iTunes) to download and subscribe to podcasts, as well as how to use free software (Audacity) to create and publish audio podcasts on your classroom or personal website. These podcasts can include recorded teacher-lectures, student projects, student-created news programs, or almost anything else. Synchronizing audio podcast recordings to PowerPoint slides will also be demonstrated using the free website SlideShare. Session Resources Generally people think of podcasts as web feeds of audio recordings, but they can also contain other media types. See my workshop on Intermediate and Advanced Podcasting topics for more resources, including info on copyright, RSS feed creation, hosting options, and more.

Podcasting Students and teachers from all over the world are learning from audio and video programs on desktop computers, laptops, tablets, netbooks, and other devices. Hundreds of free educational programs are available online. With a couple clicks, you can be learning about grammar, science, history, algebra...just about anything! A podcast typically has a web feed (known as RSS) that allows it to be cataloged in various podcasting directories like iTunes. In most classrooms the teacher will find podcast episodes for students to listen to or watch. Creating podcasts has many educational benefits. Below are a collection of links that can be helpful when it comes to podcasting in schools.

Ten Ideas for Educating Innovatively with Phone Casting (aka Podcasting made easy) In the busy school day of a teacher many feel their schedules don’t allow for the complexities of the equipment and set up necessary for podcasting. But it needn’t be that way. Even the busiest of teachers can get started quickly and easily wit h just their cell phone. Because of its ease and simplicity, phone casting has become a popular resource in the bag of tricks used by teachers such as Josh Stumpenhorst, Meg Wilson, Lydia Leimbach, and Paul Bogush. Here's what a phone cast looks like. 2) Capturing mini lessonsWearing a basic headset that comes with every cell phone, teachers can record unit mini lessons with iPadio. to follow and share for “What we learned. 6) Help struggling writers create draftsHave struggling writers create phonecasts with iPadio by telling their story right into a cell phone. Go to ipadio.com and sign up for a free account.

10 Podcasting Projects Every Teacher Should Try If orange is the new black, podcasting is the new oral report. And now that teachers have easy access to tools like Garage Band and iPods that make recording a breeze, podcasting is quickly becoming the latest creative mode of learning and presenting in schools. Here are ten ideas to try in your classroom today. Current Event Newscasts: Practice non-fiction reading skills by having your students do weekly or monthly podcasts on an interesting current event. Question for you: Do you use podcasts in the classroom? Radio News Mobile Learning: Why Tech Savvy Educators Are Turning to Podcasts - As our world becomes more connected, podcasts are becoming the driving force behind a shift in the way we learn. Technological advances are allowing educators to interact with their students with more engaging content than ever before. The best part is that these changes not only increase learning rate, retention, and recall, but are reaching millions of new students every year. This is mobile learning. Infographic licensing What is mobile learning? Mobile learning, or mLearning, is a multifaceted learning experience that utilizes social interactions through mobile devices. Mobile learning incorporates mobile technology into the learning process for the benefit of the student. So, why is mobile learning important? Mobile technology, in the form of cell phones and tablets, is the fastest spreading technology in human history. While mobile technology is helping some educators reach around the globe, it’s helping others better engage with the students in their classrooms. The podcast solution

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