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Fireside Chats

Tip: In our digital world we are constantly exposed to media. But why not use this media to give your students a voice, even bring back the days of "Fireside Chats." Show your teachers how, with a microphone and some simple software, to let their students try their hand at Podcasting. If you are not
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In our digital world we are constantly exposed to media. But why not use this media to give your students a voice, even bring back the days of "Fireside Chats." Show your teachers how, with a microphone and some simple software, to let their students try their hand at Podcasting.

Classroom ideas for podcasting:

  • Weekly news broadcast
  • Field trip documentation
  • Recordings of class discussions
  • Book reviews and interviews
  • Public Service Announcements

For more information and some collections of classroom podcasts go to our Web Resource list Podcast.

Submitted by:Gayle Cantrell and Carmen Marty
Cluster Instructional Specialists
eMINTS National Center
Columbia , MO

Next Tip: Eight Rules of Effective Podcasting

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