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Introduction presentation and script for creating a podcast as a group.

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  • Adults need to know the reason for learning something (Need to Know) Experience  (including  error ) provides the basis for learning activities (Foundation). Adults need to be responsible for their decisions on education; involvement in the  planning  and  evaluation  of their instruction (Self-concept). Adults are most interested in learning subjects having immediate  relevance  to their work and/or personal lives (Readiness). Adult learning is  problem -centered rather than content-oriented (Orientation). Adults respond better to internal versus external motivators (Motivation).

Broadcasting Learning from Your Classroom with GarageBand Broadcasting Learning from Your Classroom with GarageBand Presentation Transcript

  • Broadcasting Learning from Your Classroom with GarageBand CLHS Annual Conference January 15, 2010
  • Foundations for Today's Presentation
      • Podcasting provides a way for teachers to rebroadcast lessons to parents and students
      • Podcasting provides students with a way to publish to an authentic audience
      • Podcasting is similar to recording a voicemail
      • What questions would you like answered?
      • After today, start podcasting homework announcements and lessons
      • Podcasting is one method of reteaching
      • Podcasting can motivate student writing
      • Podcasting can improve home-school communication
  • What is podcasting?
      • Introduction to podcasting
      • Student Voices
      • Math with Mr. Daniels
      • The EdTech Classroom
  • Introduction to Garageband
    • Select podcast editor
    • Introduction to editing tools
      • Record/Stop record
      • Edit
      • Add/Delete tracks
      • Adjust volume
      • Add jingles/sound effects
  • Host Script
      • Welcome to the CLHS Annual Conference Podcast
      • On today's show we will share some of our favorite teaching resources and techniques. 
      • We will also explore bold new literary genres and read some Haiku poems
      • Today's show will also feature the musical talents of the Annual Conference band
        • Create a podcast theme song
  • Person on the Street Interview Segment
    • What is your favorite teaching resource or technique?
  • Haiku Moment
    • Select and read your favorite Haiku
    • Explain why you picked it
      •   http://soler7.com/IFAQ/WindowsErrorHaiku.html
      •   http://www.crisbrady.net/WinHaiku.html
  • Host Script
      • Thanks for joining us for today's show
      • We hope that you enjoy the rest of your time at the CLHS Annual Conference.
      • You can host this, and other fine podcasting content, at GCast.
  • Additional Resources
    • Audacity Tutorials
      • http://teachdigital.pbworks.com/podcasting
    • Garageband Tutorials
      • www.apple.com/ilife/tutorials/#garageband-podcast
    • Podcasting Resources
      • http://learninginhand.com/podcasting/booklet.html