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Podcasting for Students: Tips & Tools to Drive Creative Express

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Podcasting for Students: Tips and Tools to Drive Creative Expression
By Michele Haiken

In this engaging and accessible guide, author Michele Haiken shares tips, tools and examples to get your students up and running with podcasting.

Podcasts come in a variety of formats covering a wide range of content areas. For example, informational podcasts can take the form of investigative journalism, interviews and storytelling, and can provide ways to explore problems and solutions, and cause and effect. The more students have access to high-quality podcast models, the more they’re able to think about how they want to structure their podcasts and engage their listeners.

With this in mind and informed by her book New Realms for Writing, Michele Haiken introduces teachers to the topic of podcasting, showing how to help students create informative and engaging works through this popular medium.

The guide includes:

• Five reasons to use podcasts in the classroom.

• Tips for planning a podcast.

• Ideas for using a “podcaster checklist” to help organize a project.

• Suggestions for selecting podcasting tools and equipment.

• Sample podcast assignments from teachers around the world.

• QR codes for easy access to resources and examples.

This fun and informative guide offers the tools you need to get your students started in the exciting world of podcasting.

(ISTE Jump Start Guide, 8.5" x 11", three laminated panels, six pages)

  • ISBN: 9781564848772
  • Published by: ISTE

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