Educator's Podcast Guide

Educator's Podcast Guide

by Bard Williams
     
 

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Finally--a technology that helps bridge the gap between content delivery and today's 'digital native' students. Podcasting is a method of making audio or video content available regularly via the Web. It blends topical research and knowledge collection with a radio- or TV-style presentation that's perfect for the attention span and learning style of today's… See more details below

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Finally--a technology that helps bridge the gap between content delivery and today's 'digital native' students. Podcasting is a method of making audio or video content available regularly via the Web. It blends topical research and knowledge collection with a radio- or TV-style presentation that's perfect for the attention span and learning style of today's students.

Author Bard Williams begins with a complete introduction to podcasting, including hardware and software needs, integrating podcasts into your curriculum, and managing podcasts in the classroom. Williams then introduces a smorgasbord of education-related podcasts sorted by curriculum area. Part user manual, part curriculum planning tool, and part implementation survival guide, The Educator's Podcast Guide is an essential resource for any educator who would like to integrate this exciting new tool into the classroom.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781564842312
Publisher:
International Society For Technology In Education (ISTE)
Publication date:
08/01/2007
Pages:
279
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)

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