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Student-powered podcasting

Christopher Shamburg


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Student-powered podcasting by Christopher Shamburg Download PDF EPUB FB2

In section one, Student-Powered Podcasting explains what a podcast is and why your students should create them. It leads Mac and PC users through tutorials for two software editing programs, GarageBand and Audacity, to enable you and your students to dive right into by: 2.

Podcasting is a powerful tool for teaching 21st-century literacy-the literacy of social processes. Not only will students learn technology skills that they can use throughout their lives, but.

viii, p.: 24 cm. Student-powered podcasting: teaching for 21st-century literacy Item PreviewPages:   His new book is Student-Powered Podcasting (from ISTE) and though it is written for K educators, there are many higher ed instructors and students that could benefit from its clear and straight-ahead approach.

A podcast is a series of digital audio or video files that are released episodically and downloaded through web syndication using RSS.

Student-powered Podcasting Teaching for 21st-century Literacy (Book): Shamburg, Christopher: Podcasting is a powerful tool for teaching 21st-century literacy-the literacy of social processes.

Not only will students learn technology skills that they can use throughout their lives, but podcasting also connects and applies students' learning to the world around them.

Podcasting is a powerful tool for teaching 21st-century literacy - the literacy of social processes. This book explains what podcasts are and why your students should create them. It leads Mac and PC users through tutorials for two software editing programs, GarageBand and Audacity, to enable you and your students to dive right into podcasting.

In section one, Student-Powered Podcasting explains what a podcast is and why your students should create them. It leads Mac and PC users through tutorials for two software editing programs, GarageBand and Audacity, to enable you and your students to dive right into podcasting.

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It examines the definition of 21 st-century literacy, its importance, why schools need to reform teaching and their curriculum, and how podcasting helps students learn 21 st-century literacy skills. Shamburgs book () entitled Student-Powered Podcasting is a practical guide for school teachers which argue for students active involvement in the planning and creation of podcasts.

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Author Christopher Shamburg presents 12 language arts units that integrate technology into Price: $Student-Powered Podcasting: Teaching for 21st-Century Literacy provides educators with the information and resources they need to get their students podcasting, including tutorials, 17 .Podcasting refers to the creation and regular distribution of podcasts through the Internet.

Podcasts, which can include audio, video, PDF, and ePub files, are subscribed to and downloaded through web syndication or streamed online to a computer or mobile device. Subscribers are then able to view, listen to, and transfer the episodes to a variety of media Missing: Student-powered.