Sunday, September 18, 2011
Blog Post #4
Podcast Collection By: Judy Scharf
The first website I looked at was Podcast Collection. It is a very good website to look at before starting your own podcast. It gives you some tips on how to make you a podcast successfully. This is the first thing to look at before starting you podcast. The most important tip listed, in my opinion, is to allow plenty of time to complete the project. Besides the tips, this website has topics that include: Time Schedule for Creating a Podcast, Suggestions for Podcast Projects, Suggestions for Researching Your Topic, Creating Your Podcast, Using Podbean, Submitting Your Podcast to Itunes, Podcast Grading Sheet, Podcast Rubric, Exemplary Podcast #1, Exemplary Podcast #2, Census Sample, and Number of Siblings. In conclusion , this website is very helpful for doing your own podcast or if your a teacher a good resource to use in you classroom.
100 Ways to Use Your Ipod to Learn and Study Better
This website shows 100 ways you can use you Ipod for learning and studying. I have a Ipod Touch, not the newest one with the camera and Facetime, that I use for music, games, and checking my email. I never though to use it for studying. If there is anything on the list you want to take a closer look at one of the tips all you have to do is look at it. I suggest taking a closer look at #29 Learning Podcasting or just clicking this link: http://www.wise-women.org/tutorials/podcast/. This link listed can also be used for additional help on your Podcast.
Eagles' Nest Radio & Class Blog
I decided to take a look at the Eagles' Nest Radio & Class Blog to see how teachers use Podcasting in their classrooms. I listened to Episode #3 Roamin' with the Ancient Romans. This was and informative Podcast on the Ancient Romans. The students sound like they were having fun with this Podcast and had it set up as a newscast, which is very creative. After listening to this Podcast, it had me thinking about ways it can be incorporated into the classroom and a lesson plan.