CreatingPodcasts<br />Melanie Wiscount<br />Wilkes University <br />EducationalTechnologyInternship<br />http://www.templa...
Essential Questions<br />What is a podcast?<br />What are the different types of podcasts<br />Why use podcasts in the cla...
What is a Podcast?<br />Digital media <br />Recordingthat tells a story, delivers information or reflection, reports the n...
What Are the Different Types of Podcasts?<br />General Categories:<br />Audio<br />Video<br />Enhanced<br />Screencast<br ...
Why Use Podcasts in the Classroom?<br />Appeal to millenniallearner’spreferences for multimedia<br />Replayprovided excell...
Why Should Students Create Podcasts in the Classroom?<br />Students will retain what they learn.<br />Promotes creativity<...
Why Should Students Create Podcasts in the Classroom?<br />Forces students to think at a higher level<br />Students will i...
How are Podcasts Planned?<br />• What's the topic of your podcast?• What's the format of your podcast?• How long will each...
How are Podcasts Produced in Windows MovieMaker?<br />Create Media Collection<br />Plan Storyboard with graphics/video c l...
What Other Ways are Podcasts Produced?<br />Audio recorders – Audacity<br />Web 2.0 tools – podomatic.com<br />Screencast ...
How are Podcasts Published?<br />Find a host<br />Create a feed<br />Tag with keywords<br />Add appropriate title and desc...
How are Podcasts Promoted?<br />Choose good tags<br />Allow people to subscribe<br />Keep content fresh & new<br />Stay be...
What are Some Great Examples of Podcasts?<br />EcoKids Adventures - audio<br />Mr. Roepke’s Fifth Graders - audio<br />CNN...
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  1. 1. CreatingPodcasts<br />Melanie Wiscount<br />Wilkes University <br />EducationalTechnologyInternship<br />http://www.templateswise.com/detail/link-146.htmlLogo graphic - http://podcastlogo.lemotox.de/<br />
  2. 2. Essential Questions<br />What is a podcast?<br />What are the different types of podcasts<br />Why use podcasts in the classroom?<br />Why should students create podcasts in the classroom? <br />How are podcasts planned?<br />How are podcasts produced (created) in Windows MovieMaker?<br />How are podcasts published?<br />How are podcasts promoted?<br />What are some great examples of podcasts?<br />
  3. 3. What is a Podcast?<br />Digital media <br />Recordingthat tells a story, delivers information or reflection, reports the news, teachs a process<br />Distributeddigitally<br />Broadcast<br />Subscribable<br />
  4. 4. What Are the Different Types of Podcasts?<br />General Categories:<br />Audio<br />Video<br />Enhanced<br />Screencast<br />http://icoblog.wordpress.com/2009/07/07/types-of-podcasts/<br />
  5. 5. Why Use Podcasts in the Classroom?<br />Appeal to millenniallearner’spreferences for multimedia<br />Replayprovided excellent relearn & reviewactivities<br />Digital composition<br />Easycreation<br />Easy distribution<br />Perfect for auditorylearners<br />
  6. 6. Why Should Students Create Podcasts in the Classroom?<br />Students will retain what they learn.<br />Promotes creativity<br />Students will be engaged in their learning<br />Students will practice “real-life” skills like time management<br />Speaking, writing, reading and listening skills will be practiced<br />http://www.teachwithvideo.com/video.html<br />
  7. 7. Why Should Students Create Podcasts in the Classroom?<br />Forces students to think at a higher level<br />Students will improve their technology skills<br />Helps to develop problem-solving skills<br />It is fun<br />Affirmation from the community<br />http://www.teachwithvideo.com/video.html<br />
  8. 8. How are Podcasts Planned?<br />• What's the topic of your podcast?• What's the format of your podcast?• How long will each episode be?• How often are you going to release new shows?<br />http://icoblog.wordpress.com/2009/07/07/types-of-podcasts/<br />
  9. 9. How are Podcasts Produced in Windows MovieMaker?<br />Create Media Collection<br />Plan Storyboard with graphics/video c lips<br />Add music/sound/narration in Timeline<br />Add text<br />Add transitions & effects<br />Make movie<br />
  10. 10. What Other Ways are Podcasts Produced?<br />Audio recorders – Audacity<br />Web 2.0 tools – podomatic.com<br />Screencast recorders – Jing<br />Video editors – iMovie, Photostory<br />Enhanced creators - DiviCast<br />
  11. 11. How are Podcasts Published?<br />Find a host<br />Create a feed<br />Tag with keywords<br />Add appropriate title and description<br />Private or public<br />
  12. 12. How are Podcasts Promoted?<br />Choose good tags<br />Allow people to subscribe<br />Keep content fresh & new<br />Stay between 2-3 minutes maximum<br />Add quality media to enhance the message<br />Text<br />Graphics<br />Video<br />Sound/Music<br />
  13. 13. What are Some Great Examples of Podcasts?<br />EcoKids Adventures - audio<br />Mr. Roepke’s Fifth Graders - audio<br />CNN Student News Video Podcasts - video<br />Troubling the Water – National Park Service - enhanced<br />Getting Up & Running with Jing - screencast<br />

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