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Sample Podcasts

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Sample Podcasts

 

Once you have opened iTunes and the iTunes Music Store, just enter these titles in the SEARCH window. There are lots of podcasts in the educational section for you to listen to. Remember there is no charge and you can subscribe and unsubscribe anytime you like. Here are some of the podcasts which I subscribe to in iTunes.

 

Teachers Connecting Podcast with Ben Hazzard and Joan Badger

 

Women of the Web 2.0

 

Moving at the Speed of Creativity

 

 

 

 

 

 

Examples

  1. General podcast examples
    1. NPR Podcasts
    2. Talking History
    3. Science Friday - 2006 Nobel Prize Winners
    4. Science at NASA Podcast
    5. Podguides - audio tours of locations
  2. Professional development podcast examples
    1. EdTech Talk (International webcasts / podcasts)
    2. Bit by Bit (Bob Sprankle)
    3. Connect Learning (David Warlick)
    4. Speaking of History (Eric Langhorst)
  3. Elementary Classroom/School podcast examples
    1. Tracy B's 1st Grade wiki and podcast
    2. Mrs. Berthiume's 1st Grade Podcast
    3. Mrs. Wieland's Class podcast (New Jersey - uses Podomatic)
    4. Mustang News Radio: The official radio broadcast created by the students of Monroe Road Elementary School
    5. Room208
    6. Radio WillowWeb - Radio WillowWeb Planning Guide (pdf)
    7. Year 6/7 Blog
    8. More classroom podcast examples
    9. Langwitches (ESL podcasting)
    10. TechTime with Mr. S (Computer lab podcast: Bob Sprankle)
    11. Mother's Day Podcasts from Carol Ann McGuire's students
    12. Rock Our World (an international project using podcasting and videoconferencing)
    13. Sherry Hatcher's 4th Grade Podcasts from Del City, Oklahoma
  4. Secondary Teacher and Classroom Podcasts
    1. Mr Hardy's French Class podcast (Carrollton-Farmers Branch, Texas) - L’histoire de Bob et de Marie
  5. University Student and organization podcast examples
    1. Course-Casting: Course Content Delivery, Empowering Students with asynchronous/non-interactive content, aka podcast lectures (Physics 415: Thermal and Statistical Physics by Dr Carlson at Purdue, Faculty lectures in Stanford on iTunes)
    2. Interactive and Reflective Q&A: Dr David B. Miller’s iCube podcasts (undergrad General Psychology at The University of Connecticut)
    3. Storytelling and Public Relations: College Public Relations (Research at Chicago, Texas Tech College of Education Podcasts)
    4. Virtual Conference/Symposium Resources: Extending a Conference or Symposium Dialog/Conversations (Duke Podcasting Symposium, UBC Podcasts, UNL Podcasts, Washington College of Law Podcasts, University of Virginia Podcasts, Podcastercon2006)
    5. Student Projects: Permiting students to demonstrate their understanding, knowledge and skills through an original podcast (iGeneration from the Univ of Western Australia - Example: Christianity, The Teacher as Leader: An Interview with John Dewey)
  6. Collaborative/Team Podcasting
    1. Talking Science

 

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