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What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
What's the Buzz? Power of Podcasting
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    • 1. WHAT’S THE BUZZ? POWER OF PODCASTING Grace Poli Supervisor of Technology Union City School District Union City, New Jersey
    • 2. WHAT IS PODCASTING? A way for people to be able to selectively subscribe to audio or video content over the Internet Allows people to listen when they want and where they want
    • 3. PODCASTING IN PLAIN ENGLISH TeacherTube
    • 4. TYPES OF PODCAST Currently, there are three types of podcasts: 1. A basic podcast contains only audio and is the easiest to create and listen to. 2. An enhanced podcast has audio, images, slides (narrated PowerPoint presentation or Keynote), embedded URLS, and chapters 3. A vodcast (or video podcast) contains video, audio, embedded URLS, and chapters
    • 5. MADE SIMPLE
    • 6. iTunes Store (Free) http://apple.com/itunes/store/ Podcast The iTunes Store offers over 100,000 podcast episodes (audio & video) iTunes U Explore 75,000 educational audio and video files from top universities, museums, PBS station, Liberty Science Center, Smithsonian, and much more
    • 7. INTRODUCTION TO ITUNES U YouTube
    • 8. WHERE DO I START?
    • 9. SOFTWARE iLife ’09 (Mac) http://www.apple.com/ilife/ Garageband and iMovie for recording audio, enhanced and video podcasts, and iWeb for distributing podcasts on MobileMe or your own web server. Free with every new Mac. Garageband iMovie iWeb
    • 10. SOFTWARE Audacity - http://audacity.sourceforge.net Garageband - Part of the iLife ’09 Suite iMovie - Part of the iLife ’09 Suite Camtasia Studio Screen Recording and Presentation Gcast - http://gcast.com Profcast - http://profcast.com/public/ index.php
    • 11. SOFTWARE Audacity - http://audacity.sourceforge.net Garageband - Part of the iLife ’09 Suite iMovie - Part of the iLife ’09 Suite Camtasia Studio Screen Recording and Presentation Gcast - http://gcast.com Profcast - http://profcast.com/public/ index.php
    • 12. WHAT DO I NEED?
    • 13. BENEFITS OF PODCASTING Enables teachers to reach students through different mediums Students are better able to visualize a specific topic Engages and motivates students to learn Reaching a vast audience Student-created podcasts can be subscribed to and viewed by parents and the community Podcasts can be viewed on any computer, an iPod or a television
    • 14. SAMPLE LESSON IDEAS 1. Write an outline, script or storyboard 2. Create a list of 5 researchable questions on your topic 3. Cite and analyze information about your topic using various resources. Select three different sources from the list below and cite using MLA style format ✴ Encyclopedias ✴ Periodicals (Magazines / newspapers) ✴ Books ✴ Web sites
    • 15. PODCASTING TEMPLATE Text to read (script) Image Sound Effect insert reference link insert reference link
    • 16. Rubric: Podcasting Project Introduces who is Needs to mention Needs to add an Introduction speaking and the both introduction introduction scenario 5 and scenario 3 1 Script/ Sources researched Provided script, but No script or Resources and correctly cited no citation citation 5 3 1 Is factual and Needs to be more Is not factual or Information relevant relevant and factual relevant 5 3 1 Artwork relevant and Artwork needs Needs to add artwork Artwork synchronized to resizing and/or synced to audio audio 5 timing adjusted 3 1 Speech is clear and Re-record audio or Audio distracted by Audio/Music music appropriate adjust sound background noises 5 3 1 Effective use of Text and visuals are Lacks creative use Creativity audio, text and too simplistic or of audio, text or visuals 5 busy 3 visuals 1
    • 17. EXAMPLES
    • 18. STUDENT PODCAST Amelia Earhart
    • 19. STUDENT PODCAST Amelia Earhart
    • 20. WHY PODCASTING? iTunes U Union City Board of Education Lesson Plan Podcast of Instructions Student Handouts
    • 21. WHY PODCASTING? iTunes U Union City Board of Education Lesson Plan Podcast of Instructions Student Handouts
    • 22. LET’S CREATE OUR OWN PODCAST Garageband Demo
    • 23. Thanks! Grace Poli To obtain a copy of this presentation visit http://slideshare.net/gpoli Handouts - http://idisk.mac.com/gpoli41-Public Email - gpoli@union-city.k12.nj.us Website - http://teachwithgrace.com

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