This presentation at Education Service Center 10 in Richardson, Texas, today addressed different examples of K-12 educational podcasts, what RSS is, and resources for creating podcasts. We also discussed selling podcasts to other teachers and administrators as digital storytelling: a tool for helping motivate students to write and communicate better for an authentic audience. The only thing you need to create a podcast (besides a computer with Internet access) is a microphone along with free podcasting software.

Program Length: 59 min, 24 sec
File size: 14.3 MB

Podcast-a 28 Feb 2006(Click here to listen to this podcast)

Show notes for this podcast include:

  1. Podcasting Help / Resources
  2. What is RSS? (a 6 minute QuickTime movie animation)
  3. Podcasting 101 Flowchart
  4. Speaking of History teacher podcast by Eric Langhorst of Liberty, Missouri
  5. Radio Willowweb from Willowdale Elementary in Omaha, Nebraska
  6. Room 208 Podcast: 3rd and 4th graders in Wells, Maine
  7. Sarah’s enhanced podcast about hedgehogs
  8. Alexander’s Solar Energy Experiment Video Podcast
  9. Mills Murfee Podcast: 2nd Graders in Lubbock, Texas
  10. Cultivating Digital Literacy Through Blogging and Podcasting (available as a standard mp3 podcast or an enhanced podcast)
  11. iTunes: Free podcatching software
  12. JuiceReceiver: Free podcatching software
  13. Classroom Audio Podcasting article (Podcasting as Digital Storytelling)
  14. Education Service Center Region 10: Richardson, Texas

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