In this episode we’ll discuss the “why” behind sharing podcasts with students along with six activities you can tailor to students of all ages. You’ll hear a shout out to a list of favorite kid-friendly podcasts along with ways to strengthen student listening skills with podcasts this school year!
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1. Determine your “why” as you think about using podcasts with students
2. Choose an activity from the list to support student listening skills
3. Tailor the activity to your group of students keeping their interests and needs in mind
4. Introduce the activity to your students and make podcasting a regular part of your learning!
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Student-Friendly Podcasts for Classrooms and Families – Easy EdTech Podcast 015
- Wow in the World
- Skype in the Classroom
- 40 Ways to Inject Creativity in the Classroom with Adobe Spark
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