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  • 1. Apple Pie for Whales . . . Podcasting in Education Bentley Richert New Media Specialist [email_address]
  • 2. Goals for Today
    • Provide an overview of podcasting
    • Brainstorm applications for Education
    • Discuss
  • 3. Big Ideas
    • Podcasts are good for kids
    • A lot of tools exist to create podcasts
    • Podcasts can be used in different ways
  • 4. What is Podcasting? Find video at http://www.askaninja.com/node/36
  • 5. Characteristics
    • Push/Pull
    • Episodic
    • Distributed via the Internet
    • Subscription-based
  • 6. Podcast vs. Digital Media
    • A semantic quibble
  • 7. Podcasts come in 3 flavors
    • Audio
    • Enhanced
    • Video
  • 8. Emergence of Podcasting
    • 4 Trends
      • Consumer audio/video editing
      • Digital revolution mp3/mp4 moved media online
      • Blogging
      • Rise of independent media
  • 9. Welcome to Web 2.0
    • Podcasts
    • Blogs
    • Instant Messenger
    • Wikis
    • Discussion Forums
  • 10. TIME’s Person of the Year 2006
  • 11. Why Podcasts are Popular
    • What is heard (content)
    • What is not heard (commercials)
    • Honesty of podcasters
    • Quality and meaning of content
    • Choice of Content
    • Uncensored voice
  • 12. Why Podcasts are Popular
    • Simple technology
    • Reality TV culture
    • Relationships
      • Collaboration (Personal conversation between the podcaster and listener)
    • Listener Feedback
  • 13. Digital Immigrants
  • 14. Tools of Our Children/Students
    • In Control
    • (Just in time learning)
    • Mobile
    • (Anytime/Anywhere)
  • 15. Reasons to Use Podcasts
    • Support classroom instruction
    • Value intellectual property
    • Develop listening and analytical skills
    • Develop communication skills
    • Create an audience outside of school walls
    • Make research and publishing engaging
    • Connect Language, Math, Social Studies, Science
  • 16. Getting Started
  • 17. Step 1
    • Download a podcatcher
    iTunes
  • 18. Step 2
    • Find interesting content, subscribe, and listen
  • 19. Devices
  • 20. Creation Tools
  • 21. Mac
    • Garageband
    • iMovie
    • Audacity
    • Profcast
  • 22. Windows
    • Audacity
    • MovieMaker
    • PhotoStory 3
    • Others
  • 23. Recording Studio -- Option #1
  • 24. Recording Studio -- Option #2
  • 25. Things to Think About
  • 26. Process
    • Pre-Production
      • Proposal
      • Brainstorming
      • Storyboard/Planning
    • Production
      • Recording
    • Post-Production
      • Edit
      • Specialization
      • Review
    • Distribution
  • 27.  
  • 28.
    • Content
    • is
  • 29. Three Things to Remember Audio Audio Audio
  • 30. Keep in Mind
    • Target Audience
      • Who are you trying to reach
    • Size Matters
      • Smaller is better
    • Type
      • Audio, Enhanced, Video
    • Be Consistent
      • Branding . . . Your listeners expect it
  • 31. Just Do It Don’t wait for perfection . . . Get closer as you go
  • 32. Establish an Audience Start Local Grow as you Go
  • 33. Advertise
  • 34. Language Arts
    • ** A School in the Coulee Podcast
    • Fan fiction / book reviews
    • Literature students recreate radio dramas
    • English students create examples of real-life metaphors
    • Kids create audio clips as if they are literary characters
    • “ Can I convince you?”
  • 35. Mathematics
    • ** Maths in Motion
    • Calculator tutorial
    • Compare TV show Numbers to real life
    • Test review
    • Kids record math songs
    • Create a tutorial for a problem or type of problem
    • Problem of the day
  • 36. Social Studies
    • ** Cool Things in the Collection, Kansas Museum of History
    • History kids conduct oral history interviews
    • Geography classes create multi-media travel brochures
    • Kids create audio clips as if they are historical characters
    • Reenactments of actual events
    • Interviews from the “past” / present
  • 37. Science
    • ** Dr. Carlson’s Science Theater
    • Students research / describe zoo fieldtrip animals
    • “ Career-cast” / interview local scientists
    • Teacher demonstrates experiments
    • Students create hypothesis based on teacher prompt
  • 38. Professional Development
    • Driving Questions
    • Ed at the Mic
    • KidCast
    • Connect Learning, with David Warlick
    • Moving at the Speed of Creativity
  • 39. WARNING
    • Avoid recorded
    • lectures
  • 40. Copyright
  • 41. 21st Century Skills
    • Technological Fluency
    • Communication -- Verbal proficiency
    • Collaboration -- Leadership/Coordination/ Teamwork/Interpersonal Skills
    • Solve Complex Problems -- Mathematics, Science
    • Creativity -- Analytical and Thinking Skills
    • Gumption -- Self-Direction and Reflection Skills
    • Ambition
    • Inquisitiveness
  • 42. Getting Started
    • Listen
    • Brainstorm
    • Create
    • Use Available Tools
    • Interviews
  • 43. Questions/Thoughts