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    • for
    • Blogging Out Loud
    Podcasting
  • Agenda
    • Podcast Overview
    • Model Podcasts
    • How-to
    • Hands on
    • Ethics
    • Content
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/orangeacid/268194909/
  • Podcasting http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-MSL42NV3c
    • “ a digital recording of a radio broadcast or similar program, made available on the Internet for downloading to a personal audio player.”
    • - New Oxford American Dictionary
    A Podcast Is…
  • What is Podcasting? Click Can broadcast media Can Subscribe
  • What Makes a Podcast?
    • Format
    • Focused Topic
    • Episodes
    • RSS
    • Anytime, Anywhere Access
    • Provides a Meaningful Learning opportunity
    • Communicate with parents, teachers, community
    • Advertising for your school
    • Professional Development
    • DISTRIBUTE GLOBALLY!
    Why Podcast?
  • Instructional Ideas
    • Radio Show, Newscast
    • Publish Writing – Poetry, Short Stories
    • Reports – scientific, social studies, math story problems
    • Conduct interviews, record classroom discussions
    • Collaboration- exchanges, distance learning
    • Foreign language learning, ESL learning
    • Public Speaking
    • Lectures and notes
    • SOL review
    • Student created guides to place and people
  • Instructional Goals
    • Oral presentation skill development
    • Write for a real audience
    • Media literacy
    • Global connections
    • Home-school communication
    • Revise writing and recording
    • Multimedia authoring
    • Address multiple intelligences, differentiation and student learning style
  • Elementary Examples An elementary school from Omaha, Nebraska creates themed podcasts. An elementary teacher from Maine takes educational podcasting to the next level.
  • Middle School Seventh graders Use higher level thinking skills to teach others Middle school students demonstrate understanding of French grammar
  • High School Practice diction in foreign language Demonstrate deep learning in Social Studies
  • TASK 1
    • Listen to 1 - 2 episodes of podcasts from the model pages. on the note sheet on the wikispace, list some of the things you notice about the style? How do the podcasts meet the instructional goals of the classes? How is it different from a traditional assignment?
  • Content
    • Subscribe to other podcasts & blogs.
    • Write scripts or lists.
    • Find a partner.
    • Act out!
  • Finding Educational Podcasts Apple’s iTunes Store Education Podcast Network Podcast Pickle
  • TASK 2
    • It is a good idea if you are going to have students creating podcasts that you have good models to share with them. Using the educational podcasts listed find 2 -3 podcasts and subscribe using iTunes.
    Finding and subscribing to Educational Podcast.
  • TASK 3: Simple audio only podcast
    • Call 1-888-65-GCAST ( 888-654-2278 )
    • It will ask for a phone number. Enter " 484-432-9446 "
    • It will ask for a 4-digit PIN. Enter " 1022 "
    • Tell us what you think of this workshop and how you think podcast by phone can be used in schools
    *By recording a podcast through this account you give permission to share your recording with others.
  • What do you need to make a Podcast?
    • Audio editing and recording program
      • We will be using Garageband
    • Microphone
    • Headphones
    • iTunes or other podcast aggregator
    • A web hosting service or a blog that creates RSS feed***
  • Get Started with Garageband http://www.apple.com/support/garageband/podcasts/recording/
  • Ready to start podcasting?
  • View & Edit Modes
  • Info Mode
  • Media Mode Mode
  • Record your voice
  • Adding Music or Jingle
  • Let’s Play...
  • TASK 3
    • Get some practice with the tool...
    • Find a friend and create a 2 minute introduction. Who are they? What do they teach? How are they currently using technology in their class? What to they plan to change in the future? Why do they think that technology is important for student learning?
    Introduce a friend
  • Podcasting Tips
    • Consider your voice
    • Be passionate & entertaining
    • Outline / script, but don’t read!
    • Find a quiet place
    • Remember your listeners
    • Multiple voices rock
  • Technical Tips
    • Turn off the metronome! (old)
    • “Enhanced” podcasts limit your audience.
    • Volume settings are better than “ducking.”
  • Enhancing your podcast
  • MAC TIP for screen shots
    • Did you know...
    • The key command for taking a screen shot is SHIFT + Apple + 4
    • Once you activate those 3 keys, your cursor turns into a cross hairs.
    • Click and drag over part of your screen & release and CLICK it takes a picture of your screen
  • Mac tip 2....
    • Did you know...
    • Keynote, powerpoint, comiclife, and omnigraffle can all be exported at image files...even MORE great ways to get pictures for your podcasts.
  • What do we do when we’re done?
  •  
  •  
  • Hosting your files
    • Gcast.com (audio)
    • podOmatic.com
    • mypodcast.com
    • all of these sites provide FREE (with ads) hosting for your podcasts
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  • Skills Needed In a Podcast
    • Content Knowledge
    • Reading
    • Writing
    • Collaboration
    • Tech Skills **
  • Podcasting Ethics
    • Have you talked about copyright / fair use?
    • How will they cite the images / music they use?
    • Is their use transformative?
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    • Do you have a policy for how your students will identify themselves?
    • No full names or personal info at all!
  • Creative Commons Legal Guide
    • Creative Commons Podcasting Legal Guide - wiki.creativecommons.org/Podcasting_Legal_Guide
  •  
  • TASK 4
    • Create an enhanced podcast that puts together everything you learned today. This podcast can be about your plans for next year, what you learned, what you still question or it can add on to something you did this morning.
    Put it all together