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ideas and suggestions for getting your podcasts up and going

ideas and suggestions for getting your podcasts up and going

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  • 1. Podcasting for Learning
    • Why use podcasting?
    http://aussiekids.podbean.com /
  • 2. emerging technology
    • mobile
    • flexible
    • personalised
    • learning- anywhere, anytime
  • 3. Why?
    • Class Radio Show
    • Presenting a Speech
    • Making a Movie
    • Community Podcast
    • Classroom Showcase
    • Show Learning
    • Lesson Study
    • Collaboration Projects
  • 4.
    • Virtual field trips or recorded actual field trips
    • Interviews
    • "Where in the World"
    • Study guides can be created and listened to the night before an exam
    • Instead of the traditional speech unit, students can podcast with music and art, and still talk about the process
    • Create your own "Book Talk Radio Show" using podcasts; weekly reviews on books and authors.
  • 5.
    • Lesson summaries can be helpful for absent students.
    • digital recording on field trips or vacations, add it as narration to photos using Windows Photo Story, and burn it into a DVD.
    • Language teachers can record vocabulary to aid in pronunciation and for test preparation.
    • Math projects , third grade students could produce a weather report of temperatures and/or sunrise and sunset times of those cities being monitored.
  • 6.
    • Create a podcast to present your lesson content, to enable your students to:
    • listen to (or watch) the lesson at their own pace - they can pause, rewind and fast-forward as required
    • adjust your voice to suit their needs, eg. volume control for hearing-impaired students or reduced speed for ESL students
    • fit study into their schedule by multi-tasking, i.e. listening to your podcast while on the bus to school or going for a walk
    • access lesson content if they are absent from class
    • revise material on-demand - just-in-time learning, not just-in-case.
    • use lesson time more productively - instead of note-taking while the content is delivered in class, students use class time to discuss and question the content presented online
  • 7.
    • Support students in creating their own
    • podcasts to allow them to:
    • ◦ research and present their understandings on a topic orally
    • ◦ practice their speaking and listening skills
    • ◦ reflect on the development of their speaking skills over time
    • ◦ focus on accuracy of information, knowing they are broadcasting to a potentially worldwide audience
    • ◦ share their understandings and experiences with friends and family
    • ◦ create lessons to explain concepts to their peers
    • ◦ exchange information with students at another school, even one on the other side of the world!
  • 8.
    • Audacity
    • Garage Band
    • Podomatic
    • Podbean
    http://icttoolkit.wikispaces.com/Podcasting
  • 9.
    • Subscribe to podcasts created by others and use them as digital learning resources, either as a whole-class activity or direct students to access the podcast individually.
  • 10. iTunes
  • 11. sharing & collaboration
  • 12. links
    • http://aussiekids.podbean.com /
    • http://icttoolkit.wikispaces.com/Podcasting

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