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Classroom Podcasts


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Teacher Podcasts



World and American History

In these three examples of podcasts, my goal was to expand the cirriculum beyond the general information I typically find in a textbook. For these podcasts, I did an introduction and provided general information, then I went out and found sites for students to use for further exploration of the topic presented in the podcast. This could obviously be used as a chance for them to explore the web for resources themselves and find answer to the questions. The PDF's are the questions I use for them to start their exploration. When you click play now under the questions links a PDF will display.


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Professional Podcasts


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This is a podcast out of Canada which covers the use of the Smartboard. There are links discussed that teachers can use. The hosts, Joan Badger and Ben Hazzard, have done over 100 podcasts. They've interviewed teachers in all subjects (and in other countries) about their use of Smartboard technology. Smartboard notebook files are available for download that they discuss in their podcasts.

* Connected Learning

This is David Warlick's microphone. He puts out some "outside the box" ideas about classrooms, teaching, and learning in the 21st century.


* History According to Bob

Bob Packett is a history professor who makes interesting podcasts about all sorts of historical characters and events.


Project Podcast

This is a project proposed at the first CFFSocialStudies wikispace. The purpose of this is to use podcasts and podcasting as a way to expand the current general information found in current Social Studies books. If you would like to participate or want to learn more about it click here.