Go Deeper With Voice and Choice Through Student Podcasting
Participate and share : Poster
Take learning to the next level by introducing podcasting into the classroom. Learn about the benefits of podcasting in the classroom, see student-created examples, and examine tips, tools and tricks to get started quickly.
|Audience:||Teachers, Principals/head teachers, Technology coordinators/facilitators|
|Attendee devices:||Devices useful|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Android, iOS
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Anchor
Voice Record Pro
|Topic:||Student agency, choice & voice|
|Subject area:||Language arts, Not applicable|
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
As a result of this presentation, attendees will become familiar with:
1) Classroom ideas and examples for podcasting
2) Basic rules for podcasting including copyright
3) Examples of podcasting to use in the classroom environment for student (and teacher) engagement
4) Equipment and tools used for podcasting:
- This includes iOS and Android apps including Voice Record Pro and Anchor
- Web-based tools including Anchor and Soundtrap
- Microphones and tools for recording
At the end of this session participants will have a clear understanding of how to implement a student podcast in their classroom. They will have a clear picture of the do's and don'ts in podcasting, how to tie it in various curriculum, and the steps in creating the podcast from pre-write, recording, editing, and final product.
As the goal of this presentation is to be a poster session, attendees will be able to learn about tools and begin to implement them immediately to create a podcast. Attendees will be able to have a make-and-take and create their own experiences.
Educator podcasts have been the primary influence in leading this session.
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Hattie's research on Effect Size has supported the value of podcasting. While not directly labeled in his research, he acknowledges Discussion as having an Effect Size of .8, demonstrating that communication is valuable to learning and student impact.