This podcast is a recording of Dean Mantz and Brian Richter’s presentation on May 2, 2009, at the PodStock 2009 conference titled, “Integrating Podcasting into the Classroom Using Moodle.” The session description was: How you use podcasting in the classroom-Integrating them into the class using moodle. This will include a quick lesson on how to do a Drop.io cellphone podcast. Dean’s bio in the PodStock09 program was: Dean Mantz is currently at USD 376 in Sterling, Kansas as their Network Coordinator. One of the biggest benefits of taking this position is getting to work with my wife and be in the same school district as both of my children. As a teacher I was responsible for developing an Exploring Technology module class. I also taught American History. In 2000, I assisted in the development of the Rice County Technology Academy. The academy provided opportunities for students to enroll in a variety of career curriculums. Students could participate in A+ training, Webmaster curriculum, and develop themselves as Certified Cisco Network Associates. I have truly enjoyed my time working with kids and teachers on how to integrate technology. Brian’s PodStock09 bio was: Brian Richter has taught at Sterling High School since 1989 in the Social Science department. During that time, he has focused much of his time integrating the teaching of economics into world and US history. He has served as a staff teacher and consultant for the Kansas Council on Economic Education for the last six years and also serves as an Adjunct Professor at Sterling College in Sterling, Kansas. He was selected as the Kansas Economic Teacher of the Year in 2006. Brian graduated from Emporia State University in 1989 and earned his Master’s Degree in Teaching Social Sciences from ESU in 1995. He is following his father’s footsteps; Don Richter of Syracuse was elected to the Kansas Teacher Hall of Fame class of 1995.

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Show Notes:

  1. PodStock Session Notes from Dean Mantz on the PodStock Ning
  2. Moodle
  3. PodStock Ning
  4. NiceNet
  5. Sterling Online Learning Community
  6. Blue Snowball
  7. iPod Touch and Thumbtack mic I would suggest either audiomemos or iTalk (free applications).
  8. SanDisk Sansa m250 2GB MP3 player
  9. Skype and Supertintin or Pretty May Recorder
  10. Tony Vincent’s Podcasting Booklet Podcasting_Booklet.pdf
  11. Podcasting Rubric TnC Podcast Rubric.pdf
  12. Pre-service student PSA podcasts These are pre-service podcasts created based on public service announcements based on educational issues.
  13. Interviews with students about technology and their projects.Mantz’s Mission podcasts
  14. Podcasting and EducationJanuary 2008 article from Campus Technology magazine
  15. Mantz Mission: Dean’s Blog
  16. Dean Mantz on Ustream
  17. Dean Mantz on Twitter
  18. Dean Mantz on Classroom 2.0
  19. Sterling College
  20. USD 376 in Sterling, Kansas

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