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DSN Webinar: Podcasting in the Classroom with Michael Hernandez - Shared screen with speaker view
Erika Rodriguez
31:15
Houston, TX too
Cyndy Harrison
31:15
I am Cyndy Harrison and an Education Technology Consultant in Minnesota and working on my ISTE Certification to be a ISTE CAP
Gwynn Moore
31:24
I have done some podcasting many years ago. Can't wait to hear Michaels take on Podcasting.
Cyndy Harrison
31:51
I taught in CFISD in the Houston, TX area (since I am seeing Houston participants
Gwynn Moore
31:57
@Cyndy, I became an ISTE Certified Educator too. 2018
Erika Rodriguez
32:21
Klein ISD in Spring, TX
Cyndy Harrison
32:35
@Gwynn I just started my portfolio, any hints?
Gwynn Moore
34:38
@Cyndy be very specific in your description of your portfolios. I would be happy to be a reader for you. gmmoore@aurorak12.org
ISTE PLNs
34:42
Welcome to DSN Webinar Podcasting in Classroom. Please let us know who you are and what you do with Students and/or Teachers
ISTE PLNs
35:05
@cinehead
ISTE PLNs
35:15
@changing.the.narrative
Anita Waters
35:54
Hello! I’m Anita from Dallas ISD. I coordinate Professional Development for teachers in my district.
Gwynn Moore
36:24
Yeah non-fiction
Dina McCaffery
37:01
Hello! I’m Dina and I’m a Digital Media Production teacher in Warminster, PA
ISTE PLNs
37:31
Within our curriculum…ask these questions.
ISTE PLNs
38:25
Provide purpose, Engage student passion, Interdisciplinary, Digital Literacy
ISTE PLNs
38:37
Copyright and privacy - so important
Christine Johanson
39:13
I'm a library media specialist K-5 and teach digital literacy
ISTE PLNs
39:57
Inquiry-baed, Research&Writing, Check for Knowledge, Marketing & design
ISTE PLNs
41:16
Writing for a Purpose…write script to share a story…sharing information.
ISTE PLNs
41:52
Welcome to DSN Webinar Podcasting in Classroom. Please let us know who you are and what you do with Students and/or Teachers
ISTE PLNs
42:26
Marketing is one of the highest levels of critical creative thinking. How to persuade in a short amount of time, number of words. Convince
Suzanne Casey
46:10
Suzanne - K-8 Technologist from NJ
ISTE PLNs
47:04
Why….Diverse voices -time to process and think about what they want to share and hear from different groups. Passion project - explore something they are passionate about..their interest and unique to them, Audience engagement- who are we writing for…what is going to be attractive to someone who is not me- think outside self and how others may take your ideas, Low tech barrier - can be done on any device and with numerous tools….only need the audio
Brian Whitson
47:33
love the accessibility of podcast creation
Luis Perez
48:36
You do need a transcript for them to be truly accessible for everyone
ISTE PLNs
49:32
Podcasts to listen to for examples…99% Invisible, Ear Hustle, nor Invisibiia, The Story Colider, how build this, Missing, There goes the neighborhood
ISTE PLNs
50:20
Student Samples What did you Expect, The Chat with Mrs.Burn’s Third Graders, From the Sidelines, Don’t Be Shy
ISTE PLNs
50:52
Teacher podcasts - A Greater Impact, Class Tech Tips Change the Narrative - Michaels Podcast
ISTE PLNs
51:27
Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.
ISTE PLNs
52:28
NonFiction Podcasts: The Interview, Explainer/How-to - look at history and find experts and create structure, Narratives - documentary or long story over period of time.
ISTE PLNs
52:45
Narrow down…clear sense of what is to be done.
ISTE PLNs
55:07
Focus and Theme, Structure - have one and have it make sense and be compelling - audience engagement, Personal connect for audience …. why should they care, be Concise….around 5 minutes is manageable and message is clear and made in timeframe.
ISTE PLNs
57:36
Moderate difficulty level - interview friends or family, interview an expert
ISTE PLNs
58:39
Complex Difficulty level - collaborative podcast, audio documentary
ISTE PLNs
59:39
1. Purpose/Research 2. Writing 3. Recording & Editing 4. Hosting 5. Promote
ISTE PLNs
01:01:31
Purpose/Theme - maybe everyone contributes to one theme or purpose, Flexible episode topics - each episode could cover a specific topic or area of the main topic, Series outline - what is the flow of the series…how do the different podcast episodes fit so it flows…want people to come back,
ISTE PLNs
01:10:45
Audio Story….what natural sounds are going on in your “place” and “space” Timing…creative pauses to keep listener aware. Record silence to place in podcast and create space
ISTE PLNs
01:12:00
Editing options: Audacity, Hindenberg, Anchor, Garageband, Soundtrap
ISTE PLNs
01:13:01
Music - style and tone….Royalty Free
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01:14:23
Hosting Podcast - how to get it out. Anchor -set up account, upload everything and it is shared out
Suzanne D'Eon
01:15:16
How do you recommend for elementary students to create podcasts (recording/editing) ? They are not able to create accounts for Anchor.
ISTE PLNs
01:15:24
StoryTelling is almost more important than anything else….Voice, Structure,
Brian Whitson
01:15:55
I love that Michael is sharing so many great ideas that I never thought of for podcasting
Suzanne D'Eon
01:16:25
thank you.
ISTE PLNs
01:17:10
Elementary - teacher could create the account and upload.
Rosalisse Rodríguez
01:18:00
Recommendations for Podcast in the distance, how to work with the students?
ISTE PLNs
01:18:22
Everyone can create music, Podcasting for the Classroom, StoryCorps
ISTE PLNs
01:18:27
bit.ly/DigStoryResources http://bit.ly/PodcastingEbook
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01:18:41
@cinehead
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01:18:49
@changing.the.narrative
Heather White
01:19:02
Thank you! This was very informative :)
Britt Buckenroth
01:19:11
Thank you - super informative.
Rosalisse Rodríguez
01:19:24
Tks!
Gwynn Moore
01:19:47
Michael this was awesome! Thank you so much
Richard Smith
01:19:57
What recommendations do you have for students to create and edit audio on Chromebooks?
ISTE PLNs
01:20:05
Use Voice Memos and then upload…each contribute and then upload
Brian Whitson
01:20:10
Awesome presentation. What recommendations would you have about marketing?
Anita Waters
01:20:22
Thanks! I have some great ideas from this.
ISTE PLNs
01:20:37
Ms Burns 3rd Grade Class
Cyndy Harrison
01:20:47
This was so wonderful! Extremely informative! Yes, very engaging. Ready to work on these ideas.
Rita Mortenson
01:21:11
Thanks…this was great!
ISTE PLNs
01:21:18
Soundtrap
Richard Smith
01:21:19
Thank you! This was awesome!
Suzanne Casey
01:21:46
Great Information!!
ISTE PLNs
01:22:16
Social Media to market
deborah perez
01:22:24
are there any rubrics developed already that you have used with kids to help them set goals as they create their podcast or their next episode, etc?
JJ Prior
01:22:30
Have you encountered any difficulty with ' use of student data? I envision difficulty selling my district IT department on SoundTrap, for instance.
Suzanne D'Eon
01:22:34
There is a chrome extension called audio editor that may work on the chromebook for editing
ISTE PLNs
01:22:49
Newsletter/emails
Suzanne D'Eon
01:23:27
it is audacity (chrome extension)
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01:23:59
students record together on Zoom
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01:24:31
Zoom downloads a separate audio
Brian Whitson
01:27:28
Plus it motivates some kids who may not be as motivated otherwise
ISTE PLNs
01:27:41
Spark -
JJ Prior
01:28:11
Thank you. Our district requires a contract for each service. Thanks for the words of encouragement!
ISTE PLNs
01:31:58
A different ay of doing what you already do….great way to promote
ISTE PLNs
01:32:19
http://bit.ly/PodcastingEbook
Cyndy Harrison
01:32:46
Thank you so much!
Brian Whitson
01:33:16
I am so thankful and very inspired. Thank you Michael! Great ideas and suggestions to get started.
JJ Prior
01:33:46
Thank you for the link and archive!
Kelly Bucceri
01:34:05
Thank you!
Suzanne Casey
01:34:17
Thank you for all this information and resources!