Say It with a Podcast

Presented by Michael Baker and Pete Vreeland
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Tuesday, 9:15 - 10:30; Room 108


Many high quality podcasts have been developed by organizations like NASA, PBS, CNN and NPR to name a few. What are the best ways to locate podcasts that will be useful in your classroom and how do you "keep them coming". Learn where to find these resources and how you can use them with your students.

Free Downloads


iTunes, Democracy, Audacity, , PrimoPDF, pdf.png[[space/showimage/FREE_Ed_Tools-Programs.pdf| FREE_Ed_Tools-Programs.pdf]] Audacity Handout - Provided courtesy by EduTechinnovators Edtechinnovators.com


Presentation materials:


Handout, Video Section 1, Video Section 2, Video Section 3, What is Podcasting Video, iTunes 2 CD Video, UnitedStreaming 2 iPod Video, 5-Year-Old Connecting iPod 2 TV Video

Web Resources


The Education Podcast Network, The History of Podcasting, iLife '06 Tutorials, Gcast.com, Mike's Website, Librivox (I just stole this resource from Alma Row and Beth Breiner's wiki - FREE: The Price is Right. You can download free audio books via RSS feeds!)

Creating Podcasts with Audacity



You can find out more about RSS feeds by visiting Chris Champion and Elisha Pospisil's wiki - RSS and Research.

Email


Michael Baker mbaker@sssd.k12.pa.us
Pete Vreeland pvreeland@umasd.org