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  • iTunes & the K-6 Classroom Teacher
    iTunes and the K-6 Classroom Teacher
    March 10, 2011
    Ann M. Noonen, Ph.D.
  • Session Description
    The session will focus on using iTunes to support your curriculum and meet the diverse needs of your students. By using podcast resources appropriately, teachers can design learning environments that are flexible, versatile and interactive. Of course, sharing search tips as well as identifying additional sources for K-6 appropriate podcasts will be addressed. Resources for portable professional development for the classroom teacher will be shared, too. The majority of the time will be spent on locating podcasts.
  • Podcasting
    A very new word, for a recent phenomenon, and a great example of how technological change, especially that relating to the Internet and the media, can be a driving force not only in generating new words, but in determining whether they survive and succeed. In this case the rapid adoption of podcasting (the technology) as a means of making audio material available has seen podcasting (the word) move quickly from its first tentative steps in 2004, as only one of a number of suggested names for the process, to near-ubiquity in 2008. The current OED quarterly release also includes other members of the same family: podcast as a noun and a verb, podcaster, and even the somewhat ungainly adjective podcasted.Diamond, Graeme (2008, December). December 2008 New Words. Retrieved February 5, 2009, from Oxford English Dictionary Web site: http://www.oed.com/news/updates/newwords0812.html
  • A Few Facts…
    Don’t need an “iPod”
    Not platform specific
    Began in September 2004
    Google search for “podcast” = 24 hits
    Today = About 135,000,000 hits
  • Types of Podcasts
    Podcast Types
    Audio
    Enhanced Audio
    Video (vodcast)
    Enhanced Video
    PDF
    Think magazine subscription - only a podcast if you can subscribe
  • How It Works
  • Examples of K-12 Podcasts
    iTunes
    Audio - Grammar Girls
    Enhanced Audio – War of 1812
    Video (vodcast) - CBS News
    Enhanced Video - Colonial Williamsburg, SciGirls
    .PDF – A Dolphin’s Return
    iTunesU
  • A Look At iTunes
    A Look At iTunes
  • Locating Curriculum Resources
    Search
    Power Search
  • iTunes & the K-6 Classroom Teacher
    iTunes and the K-6 Classroom Teacher
    March 10, 2011
    Ann M. Noonen, Ph.D.