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Join a Revolution: Podcasting in the Classroom GOOGLE STYLE

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These are slides to support Jason Neiffer's presentation, "Join a Revolution: Podcasting in the Classroom GOOGLE STYLE" for Eureka GOOGLEFEST, March 2015 in Eureka, Montana!

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Join a Revolution: Podcasting in the Classroom GOOGLE STYLE

  1. 1. JOIN A REVOLUTION: PODCASTING IN THE CLASSROOM GOOGLE STYLE Jason Neiffer Assistant Director/Curriculum Director @ MTDA NCCE Tech-Savvy Teacher-in-Residence Doctoral Candidate @ University of Montana @techsavvyteach
  2. 2. These slides: http://blog.ncce.org
  3. 3. Have you heard of podcasting before?
  4. 4. Have you downloaded a podcast before?
  5. 5. Do you regularly listen to podcasts?
  6. 6. Have you or your students created a podcast before?
  7. 7. Podcasting: Listening & Consuming
  8. 8. Why a revolution?
  9. 9. ü Requires a specific technology to access content ü Scheduled and available in real time only ü Requires expensive technical equipment to produce ü Requires expensive technical equipment to distribute ü Requires permission to distribute ü Requires a large audience for economic viability
  10. 10. ü Requires a specific technology to access content ü Content is available 24/7, archived to your device ü Low cost equipment required to produce content ü Low cost services required to distribute content ü No permission required to distribute ü Audience can be large or small due to low expense
  11. 11. ü Requires a specific technology to access content ü Content is available 24/7, either archives locally or streamed to your device ü Smartphone can be used to produce/edit content ü Smartphone can be used to distribute content ü Expense is less of a divide due to wide adoption of cell phones
  12. 12. What has been disrupted in education?
  13. 13. ü Content availability ü Distribution channels ü Personal access
  14. 14. Demo
  15. 15. Desktop vs. Mobile Apps
  16. 16. Desktop Apps • No special equipment required • Free software • Easy to manage in the background Mobile Apps • Portable • Viewable/listenable offline • Archived
  17. 17. Desktop Apps • Traditional Standard: iTunes (Windows/ MacOS) * • Chromebooks: Cloud Caster (link) * Mobile Apps • PocketCasts (iOS/ Android) * • Downcast (iOS) • Podcasts (iOS) • Stitcher (iOS/Android)
  18. 18. Podcasting as Content Library
  19. 19. Traditional Providers
  20. 20. Podcast Networks
  21. 21. Upstarts
  22. 22. Individuals
  23. 23. Lab: Download a Podcast
  24. 24. Integration Media Diversity • Video and audio content • Diversity of voices Information Orchestration • Teacher as “information orchestrator” Personalized Learning • Free and available content
  25. 25. Podcasting: Producing & Distributing
  26. 26. Three Key Decisions on Publishing Podcasts What to record? • Interview? • Research Presentation? • News? • Oral Histories? How to record? • Mobile Device? • Laptop/ Desktop? • Editing? How to distribute? • School webpage or blog? • Podcast service? • CD/DVD/ flash drive?
  27. 27. Desktop Apps • Audacity (Free, Windows/Mac) • Garage Band (Mac) • Twisted Wave (Chrome) • Spreaker (Chrome) Mobile Apps • Dozens of free MP3 recorders! • SoundCloud (iOS/ Android) • Spreaker (iOS)
  28. 28. Hosting
  29. 29. School Website Hosting
  30. 30. Advice for Integration Limit Production Time Decide WHAT You are Grading Provide Support to Students Temper Expectations
  31. 31. THANK YOU! Jason Neiffer Assistant Director/Curriculum Director @ MTDA NCCE Tech-Savvy Teacher-in-Residence Doctoral Candidate @ University of Montana @techsavvyteach http://blog.ncce.org

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