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    • 1. I can podcast: now what? Bentley Richert Glenn Wiebe [email_address] [email_address] Apple pie for whales
    • 2.
      • essdack.org/?q=blog/19
    • 3.
      • socialstudiescentral.com
      slideshare.net/glennw98 del.icio.us/glennw98/MACE
    • 4. Fist to five
      • Kids are different now than they were 20 years ago
    • 5.
      • Up?
        • Community service / voting / virginity
    • 6.
      • Down?
        • Teen pregnancy, violence, alcohol / drug / tobacco use
    • 7.
      • Erin & other iKids
        • Brain works differently
    • 8.
      • Erin & other iKids
        • Ask them to count!
    • 9.
      • Erin & other iKids
        • They’re multi-taskers
    • 10.
      • Erin & other iKids
        • Internet is his world
    • 11.  
    • 12. Yeah. So?
    • 13.
      • Person of the Year 2006
    • 14.
      • We are different than the iKids
    • 15.
      • But . . . we should use their tools!
      Bill Watterson ©2007
    • 16.
      • “ To succeed in our struggle to build technology and new media to support learning, we must move far beyond the traditional view of teaching as delivery of information.” John Seely Brown
    • 17. Big ideas
      • Don’t re-invent the wheel
    • 18.
      • Podcasts are good for kids
    • 19.
      • Lots of tools exist
    • 20.
      • What’s a podcast?
      • Whadda ya do with one?
    • 21.
      • So . . . a podcast isn’t:
        • audio and video clips posted on the web
    • 22.
      • A podcast is:
        • mobile audio or visual content that is automatically delivered over a network via free subscription
    • 23.
      • A podcast is:
        • push / pull technology
    • 24.
      • A podcast is:
        • like a Tivo for the internet that tells you when good stuff is coming on and lets you watch it whenever you what
    • 25. What are others doing?
      • iTunes:
        • A School in the Coulee
        • Cool Things in the Collection
        • Dr. Carlson’s Science Theater
        • MobiStories
        • Math example
    • 26.
      • Mabry School
        • <mabryonline.org/podcasts>
      • Mr. Mayo's Podcast
        • <mrmayo.typepad.com/podcasts>
      • Willow Radio
        • <www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio/ index.html>
    • 27.
      • Countryside Podcast Project
        • <www.mountlaurel.k12.nj.us/schools/hillside/ podcast/Welcome.html>
      • Southwest HS Podcast
        • <lsw.lps.org/dhersh/podcast.html>
      • Educational Podcasts
        • <recap.ltd.uk/podcasting/schools/ schools.php>
    • 28.
      • Education Podcast Network
        • <epnweb.org>
      • Boston’s Freedom Trail
        • <www.boston.com/travel/boston/ freedomtrail/podcast>
      • Monticello Podcasts
        • <www.monticello.org/podcasts/index.html>
    • 29. So . . . now what?
      • Plan
      • Produce
      • Publish
      • Promote
    • 30. So . . . now what?
      • Plan
      • Produce
      • Publish
      • Promote
    • 31.
      • How might podcasts help me to teach more effectively?
    • 32.
      • What could I
      • communicate more
      • effectively?
    • 33.
      • How can I create opportunities
      • for collaboration?
    • 34.
      • How can I bring the
      • outside world into
      • the classroom?
      Will Richardson <www.webblogged.com>
    • 35. Ideas?
    • 36. Social studies ideas
      • 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. Language arts ideas
      • 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?”
    • 38. Science ideas
      • Students research / describe zoo fieldtrip animals
      • “ Career-cast” / interview local scientists
      • Teacher demonstrates experiments
      • Students create hypothesis based on teacher prompt
    • 39. Math ideas
      • Calculator tutorial
      • Compare TV show Numbers to real life
      • Test review
      • Kids record math songs
      • Graph interview data
      • Problem of the day
    • 40. Elective ideas
      • Drama teacher has cast members podcast character descriptions
      • Develop exercise / diet plan for students & parents
      • Business students create commercials
      • Foreign language translations
      • Music recitals
    • 41. Cross content ideas
      • Teachers post lectures or lab instructions online
      • Principals create weekly online newsletters
      • Teachers use iTunes as an instructional resource
      • Public relations tools
    • 42. Cross content ideas
      • “ I wish I had known” tutorials
      • Weekly classroom updates to parents
      • Guest speakers
      • New teacher orientations
      • Record board or department meetings
    • 43.
      • Whadda ya got?
    • 44.
      • Listen to student-created podcasts
        • Critique:
          • Voice - rhythm, tone, pitch, clarity
          • Content - interesting, relevant, flow, length
          • Extras - music, sound effects
    • 45.
      • Get parental permission
      • Check district AUP
      • Brainstorm segment ideas
      • Bigger isn’t better
    • 46.
      • Create roles
        • Director / engineer / writer / editor / talent / public relations
      • Use good equipment
        • Especially external microphone
      • Use legally obtained media
        • Ensure Fair Use
    • 47.
      • Schedule segments
        • Students always working on a segment
      • Use the writing process
        • Planning, pre-writing, editing, presentation
      • Practice Presentation
        • Revise as needed
    • 48.
      • Remember student safety
        • No personal info
        • Accounts only through instructor
      • Model appropriate behavior
        • Great time to instruct kids about racial & gender bias
        • Time and place
    • 49.
      • What are your best tips?
    • 50. So . . . now what?
      • Plan
      • Produce
      • Publish
      • Promote
    • 51. Tools
      • Start with what you have
        • Build based on your needs
      vs.
    • 52. So . . . now what?
      • Plan
      • Produce
      • Publish
      • Promote
    • 53. Quick hosting options
      • PodBean
      • Blogger
      • Edublogs
      • Learnerblogs
      • Odeo
      • Pod-o-Matic
    • 54.
      • <www.slideshare.com>
      • <www.bubbleshare.com>
        • <www.box.net>
      Just for fun!
    • 55. So . . . now what?
      • Plan
      • Produce
      • Publish
      • Promote
    • 56. Two parts to RSS An XML “news feed” from a web site A “news reader” to translate and display the feeds
    • 57. Using RSS feeds
      • Look for the button
    • 58.
      • Find a news reader aggregator
    • 59. Best aggregators?
    • 60. How do I create a feed?
      • RSS Tutorial <www.mnot.net/rss/tutorial>
      • Feedburner <www.feedburner.com>
    • 61.
      • What copyright issues do you need to worry about?
    • 62.
      • What copyright issues do you need to worry about? Podcasting Legal Guide <wiki.creativecommons.org/Podcasting_Legal_Guide>
    • 63. Copyright safe tools
      • Flickr Creative Commons
        • <flickr.com/creativecommons>
      • Wikipedia Commons
        • <commons.wikimedia.org>
      • Creative Commons
        • <creativecommons.org>
        • <commoncontent.org>
    • 64. Best resource
      • KidCast: Podcasting in the Classroom
        • <www.intelligenic.com/blog>
    • 65.
      • Podsafe Music
        • <music.podshow.com>
      • Public Domain Music
        • <www.pdinfo.com>
      • Public Domain Photos
        • <www.pdphoto.org>
    • 66.
      • Multimedia Resources for Educators & Students
        • <www.uen.org/curriculum/ multimedia_resources.shtm>
      • Freefoto
        • <www.freefoto.com>
      • Pics4Learning
        • <www.pics4learning.com>
    • 67.
      • Podsafe
        • <music.podshow.com>
      • Jamendo
        • <www.jamendo.com>
      • Magnatune
        • <magnatune.com>
    • 68. Future trainings
      • April 23
      • Hutchinson, KS
      • <www.essdack.org>
    • 69.
      • What was new? Old?
      • What is the scariest thing you heard?
      • What will you do in the next two weeks?

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