This podcast was created on July 11, 2015, in a Storychasers workshop in Oklahoma City focusing on Student News Clubs and Classes at school. Wes, Rebecca, Kristi, Jolene, and Sarah created a “podcast show lineup” following the example provided by Bob Sprankle in his video from 2005, “Room 208 Vodcast.” They discussed the Lakeview Elementary Storychasers project from a few years ago in Yukon, Oklahoma, experiences with Tablet PCs in the classroom, and project ideas for using Storychasers and radio shows with students in the classroom. Check our podcast shownotes for links to referenced websites from our workshop and this radio show.


  1. Our workshop curriculum today: “Student News Workshop”
  2. Storychasers Student Clubs information
  4. Room 208 Vodcast (how to create a classroom radio show) by Bob Sprankle @bobsprankle
  5. Yukon Schools Storychasers YouTube Channel
  6. Horses Boo (5th grade – AudioBoo)
  7. Narrated Art Projects on
  8. Radio Show Projects on
  9. Royalty Free Music by Kevin McLeod – Incompetech (We used the tracks “Funk Game Loop,” “Unwritten Return” and “Rhinoceros” in this podcast)
  10. Rebecca Palmatary on Twitter: @MrsPalmatary
  11. Wesley Fryer on Twitter: @wfryer
  12. Storychasers on Twitter: @storychasers

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