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Podcasting daily lessons - Classroom 2.0





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I checked out the resources a…

2010-12-28T18:56:23.701Z

I checked out the resources at www.aviary.com and I'm looking forward to trying them in my classes I checked out the resources at www.aviary.com and I'm looking forward to trying them in my classes



Thanks for sharing this resou…

2010-03-17T16:57:17.540Z

Thanks for sharing this resource. Pretty cool. Thanks for sharing this resource. Pretty cool.



Teachertube.com is great for…

2010-03-17T16:54:40.268Z

Teachertube.com is great for posting videos as well and usually does not impede on "blocks/firewalls" that are in place on many school computers. These videos can be embedded on your wiki as well. Teachertube.com is great for posting videos as well and usually does not impede on "blocks/firewalls" that are in place on many school computers. These videos can be embedded on your wiki as well.



Aviary seems awesome! I just…

2010-03-12T19:12:54.290Z

Aviary seems awesome! I just had two quick questions:

1.) It appears to be completely free to use -- is that so?
2.) Do you need to download any software or is all Web-based?

Thanks for sharing! Aviary seems awesome! I just had two quick questions:

1.) It appears to be completely free to use -- is that so?
2.) Do you need to download any software or is all Web-based?

Thanks for sharing!



I would love more information…

2010-03-12T18:37:25.091Z

I would love more information about specifically using Aviary in the CSI unit if you wouldn't mind. What information did the students include in their report? I would love more information about specifically using Aviary in the CSI unit if you wouldn't mind. What information did the students include in their report?



Promethean Activboards have t…

2010-02-24T16:51:48.328Z

Promethean Activboards have the same recording software. You can download and use ACTIVinspire software for free, and I believe it has a recording option. Promethean Activboards have the same recording software. You can download and use ACTIVinspire software for free, and I believe it has a recording option.



Our students record guest spe…

2010-02-24T00:48:58.833Z

Our students record guest speakers using smart phones (most cell phones will record voices, though). They attached a lanyard to one of our Nokia phones, press "record" and the speaker keeps it around his/her neck for the duration of the presentation. The students then transfer the file onto a computer and use Audacity (free) or Garageband to edit it.

Also, have you heard of iPadio? It's a service that allows you to record your entire podcast just by calling a 1-866 number and talking into your… Our students record guest speakers using smart phones (most cell phones will record voices, though). They attached a lanyard to one of our Nokia phones, press "record" and the speaker keeps it around his/her neck for the duration of the presentation. The students then transfer the file onto a computer and use Audacity (free) or Garageband to edit it.

Also, have you heard of iPadio? It's a service that allows you to record your entire podcast just by calling a 1-866 number and talking into your phone. The podcast, or "phlog" is posted on the iPadio site, and you can download or embed it from there. Pretty cool stuff. I have a lot more info on my blog (scroll down to the "PODCASTING" section).



My 8th Grade Math Teacher use…

2010-02-21T23:03:41.078Z

My 8th Grade Math Teacher uses a flip camera and a tripod. It is focused on her smart board and it picks up all of the audio as well. It is very good. She puts her video up on youtube and then embeds in our school wiki. Youtube videos can only be 10 min long or less, so, if you have a long lesson, you will have to either cut the video half way and then start again, or use movie maker or quicktime pro to trim your video for size. It is working well and she is able to mail out the notes prior to… My 8th Grade Math Teacher uses a flip camera and a tripod. It is focused on her smart board and it picks up all of the audio as well. It is very good. She puts her video up on youtube and then embeds in our school wiki. Youtube videos can only be 10 min long or less, so, if you have a long lesson, you will have to either cut the video half way and then start again, or use movie maker or quicktime pro to trim your video for size. It is working well and she is able to mail out the notes prior to the lesson.



Very cool. Can;t wait to chec…

2010-02-11T14:26:32.806Z

Very cool. Can;t wait to check out this site in detail.

L Very cool. Can;t wait to check out this site in detail.

L



My new favorite Web 2.0 tool…

2010-02-08T22:00:20.056Z

My new favorite Web 2.0 tool for podcasting is Myna at www.aviary.com. Is really easy to use (I am a staff developer who coached a 6th grade science teacher) and it has sound samples just like garageband. In fact, I would say it is the garageband for PC users. I realize that you would be doing the podcasts, however below I have included a lesson for students doing the podcasting if you are interested...

We implemented podcasting into a CSI… My new favorite Web 2.0 tool for podcasting is Myna at www.aviary.com. Is really easy to use (I am a staff developer who coached a 6th grade science teacher) and it has sound samples just like garageband. In fact, I would say it is the garageband for PC users. I realize that you would be doing the podcasts, however below I have included a lesson for students doing the podcasting if you are interested...

We implemented podcasting into a CSI lesson where students had to podcast their reports. The lesson was effective because not only did it integrate technology in a meaningful way, but it incorporated many literacy strategies:

1) we discussed writing observations (qualitative vs. quantitative) + appropriate word choice
2) we talked about author's voice in the writing then transitioned into speaking and characterization
3) we practiced dramatic reading based on text meaning (we used a halloween poem and showed students who to accentuate specific words, add background effects like haunting laughs, etc.)
4) students made scripts and peer reviewed them as well

..... ALL before we even began recording our podcasts. In my opinion this is why the actual podcasting went so smoothly. Students were prepared and they knew the expecations for the project. We ended up recording our voices (which took a few time to practice + use short recordings of only a sentence or two) using the computer's recording software (start --accessories--entertainment---sound recorder). We did this because we had limited internet connectivity and space to download audacity. Students saved their recordings in their drop boxes. The next day we talked about podcasting and related to a story - it has a beginning, a middle, and an end! In our case the beginning and the end would be music intros and outros. Using aviary, they uploaded their voice recordings in the middle and in three-1 hour classes the students had created podcasts that 1) related to the curriculum, 2) threaded literacy skills, and 3) engaged and motivated all 78 students!!!!

Hope that helps - Jenny