Podcast in The Classroom - Kindergarten to High School Premium class

Scott Paton, Power Podcaster

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26 Videos (2h 31m)
    • Introduction

      3:44
    • How Podcasting Can Impact your Teaching, Connection to Students and Parents

      7:55
    • Meet Your Instructors

      2:31
    • Introduce Yourself

      6:32
    • Podcasting in Education Introduction

      3:53
    • Lesson Library

      10:11
    • Collaborative Projects

      2:30
    • Expose Students to Multimedia

      5:17
    • Parental Involvement

      6:55
    • Keeping Absent Students Up to Date

      2:03
    • Podcasting for the Students

      5:15
    • Activities

      2:50
    • Podcasting for the Teacher

      2:20
    • K-12 Introduction

      1:10
    • You can Have as Many Podcasts as You Want

      3:44
    • Oral History of Your Grade Year

      7:18
    • Simple or Complex

      10:47
    • Podcast Creation Introduction

      6:28
    • Audio Equipment

      14:44
    • SoftwarePart1

      8:47
    • Can we upload copyrighted material as a podcast?

      5:10
    • Parental Concerns

      9:40
    • Is Audio Forever

      8:01
    • Next Steps

      5:59
    • Learn To Podcast

      1:34
    • One On One Help

      5:56

About This Class

Podcasting in the classroom can be a powerful methodology for 

  • Engaging your students
  • Introducing students to multimedia
  • Keeping parents informed
  • Helping students review or 
  • Assisting absent students to stay up-to-date
  • Review Teacher performance
  • Communicate between Administrative staff and Teacher
  • And much more

In this fast-paced, fun teacher training course, Dave Bullis and Scott Paton take you through the process of using podcasts in the classroom.

We cover specific issues that teachers may face as their start their Podcasts. These include: Copyright issues, Privacy issues, Resistance from the Administration and more.

Discover the many ways Podcasting can be integrated into your curriculum as a teaching tool. And with so many students having their own smartphones, they can easily be listening to podcasts created by the teaching staff or their fellow students.

Over one billion people have subscribed to podcasts and the chances are your students are already listening to them.

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Scott Paton

Power Podcaster

Scott Paton has been podcasting since the spring of 2005. His podcast "Weight Loss and The Mind" hit over 375,000 subscribers in its first year and over one million downloads. He has executive produced and/or co-hosted over 35 podcasts. An internationally renowned speaker, Scott has presented to audiences from London, England to Sydney, Australia, from Vancouver, BC to New York, NY, from LA to Rwanda. Thousands of entrepreneurs and NGO's have changed their public engagement strategies based on Scott's sharing. We hope you will, too!

Scott has over 32,000 students from 162 countries taking his courses.