iPod, uPod , wePod … ANYONE CAN PODCAST!!!. Glennysha Jurado-Moran Spanish/Special Ed. Teacher Edison Public Schools. firstname.lastname@example.org. A little about me …. Dual certified in Spanish and Special Ed.
Spanish/Special Ed. Teacher
Edison Public Schools
Dual certified in Spanish and Special Ed.
Began teaching career as a GED math/science teacher at East Jersey State Prison
Thomas Jefferson Middle School, Edison NJ
Special education - language arts, math, social studies & science
Spanish - 6th, 7th and 8th grades
The Language Edge
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Mommy – 4 month old and 23 month old
Why is it important?
I hope to give you more ideas to add to your teacher tool box.
I hope to inspire you to play with this technology & add it to your teacher tool box
FIRST PART – Classroom applications
SECOND PART - Technology
THIRD PART - PLAYTIME!!!!
(Secrets of Podcasting, Bart G. Farkas)
(New Oxford American Dictionary)
an audio recording (mp3 file) posted on the internet that anyone can download.
The editors of the New Oxford American Dictionary declared "podcasting" the 2005 word of the year.
10. Highly engaging
9. Easy to use
8. Fun way to inspire students
7. Delivers authentic language
6. Enhances instruction
5. Can individualize instruction
4. Accommodate multiple learning styles
3. Easily incorporated to what you are already doing
2. Add another tech. tool to your bag of tricks
1. Your students will think it’s cool to have an iPod in class
Engages and motivates the students!
Tell me and I’ll forget;show me and I may remember;involve me and I will understand.
Thematic Unit – Por La Ciudad
Create your own lessons for students to listen to…
Thematic unit – Las Vacaciones
Probably the easiest way
to incorporate podcasting
Students create a podcast to post on their school website
Create their own podcast (video podcasts)
World Language Clubs
( I like wikispaces)
Where do we get podcasts?
How do we make them?
Podcast directories are growing every day.
Look for or enter in to search
What other cultures see as acceptable may not be in sync with American culture
Screen content carefully
Also can be found on iTunes U (iTunes store)
On right side: iTunes Power Search
Type in your
Each one gives you slightly
Currently subscribe to about 17 podcasts and have over 300 in my library
Let’s check it out!
Microphone for iPod
Prices according to Amazon.com
When you buy a MAC you can also buy lessons
and they are worth it
Windows movie maker
How students can listen without an iPod…
How students can listen with an iPod…
APPLY FOR GRANTS!!!
Secrets of Podcasting, Bart G. Farkas
KidCast-Podcasting in the classroom, Dan Schmit
KidCast-Creative Podcasting, Dan Schmit
Educator’s Podcast guide, Bard Williams
Have fun with the technology
This is only useful if you can apply it to your classroom
1) Use iTunes to find a podcast
2) Use audacity to draft a podcast