Podcasts. Carlos Miranda Curriculum Teaching and Technology EDD 7914 June 3, 2013 . What is a podcast. A digital audio or video file that is downloaded and played on a media player or computer. An RSS feed that can be sent to subscribers. Podcasts.
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Curriculum Teaching and Technology
June 3, 2013
Using the ASSURE model to teach 8th grade students while implementing the use of podcasts.
ESS2.D: Weather and Climate
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