Hello Everyone!

I wonder if you can help me out?

I am going to be presenting at an ed tech conference next week, discussing my use of teacher created podcasts and screencasts or "masterycasts" and how they have impacted my classroom. I am going to be showing teachers how they can do the same, using their students iPods and mp3 players as teaching tools.

I am looking for other examples to show them! Please share what you have created to help kids, or the work of others you have seen as well. I know I am not the only teacher out there doing this! I am interested in resources and examples running from sites, ITunes (or similar aggregators), or other audio/video use of players of any type assisting learning.

How are educators using audio/video, iPods, and mp3's as teaching and learning tools?

Thanks for your help!

Sue P

Tags: podcasting, screencasting

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ITunesU is a really great resource I was just introduced to this year. ItunesU has podcasts from many different educational universities involving many different topics. There was a really cool series about the Holocaust. They have different podcasts from Holocaust survivors- and they tell their stories. If a middle school teacher teaches about the Holocaust these podcasts can fit vey nicely in the lesson. ITunesU is a very fun and educational resource involving podcasts and can be a really great educational tool- There is a podcast for probably any topic the teacher teaches about.
I am now an administrator, but I used podcasting a great deal when I was teaching. I did studycasts and I now teach my teachers how to podcast on MyPodcast.com. My training site is :

http://hoelscherprogram.mypodcast.com/index.html

It has an example of a study cast and of a fun historycast that my students would be asked to do.

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