Podcast for teaching

From KNILT

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Melissa Stepanian


Purpose


Within this course, Social Studies and English teachers will be acting as the students. Through these units, teachers will be able to understand what a Podcast is and learn how to integrate them into their everyday teaching practices.



Unit 1: Importance of Technology Usage

Objectives:

1. Participants Will Be Able To: Explore the significance of technology usage among the American population by taking an interactive quiz.

2. Participants Will Be Able To: Discuss the significance of technology usage and how it may produce greater results when implemented in the classroom.

Unit 1: Importance of Technology Usage



Unit 2: Exploring Podcasting

Objectives:

1. Participants Will Be Able To: Assess how they use technology in their daily classroom practices.

2. Participants Will Be Able To: Watch an original video tutorial to learn how Podcasts may be developed.

3. Participants Will Be Able To: Explain why Podcasting may be a valuable tool for their own classroom approaches.

Unit 2: Exploring Podcasting



Unit 3: Developing Our Own Podcasts

Objectives:

1. Participants Will Be Able To: Develop their own Podcasts.

2. Participants Will Be Able To: Evaluate the work of their peers using an original rubric.

Unit 3: Developing Our Own Podcasts



Resources

"Podcasting Tools" - Please visit http://www.podcasting-tools.com/[1].

"Educational Podcasting" - Please visit http://www.stager.org/podcasting.html [2].

"Podcasting: University of Illinois at Springfield" - Please visit http://www.uis.edu/podcasting/resources/index.html [3].

"Podcasting Resources" - Please visit http://westernreservepublicmedia.org/education/podcasts.htm [4].

"Podcasting Resources" - Please visit http://www.internet4classrooms.com/podcasting_resources.htm [5].



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