Planning Your Podcast
- The Anatomy of a Great Podcast
- Find Your Idea and Plan!
- Choosing Your Equipment
- What To Record
- Recording Ambient Sound
- Types of Interviews
- Preparing for an Interview
- Interview Recording Reminders
Writing and Voicing Your Script
- Audio Scripts: A Genre of Its Own
- Voicing for Beginners
- Recording Your Script Narration
Editing Your Podcast
- Editing Review
- Make & Share: Your Podcast
Connecting to the Classroom
- It’s Time to Integrate!
- Managing Podcasting Projects
- Project Assessment
- Publishing Student Podcasts
- Classroom Implementation
The Sound of Learning: Podcasting in the Classroom
Dates06/20/2018 - 12/31/2018
In this course, you will:
- Capture and edit sound using smart phone and open-source apps
- Write compelling audio scripts that communicate information clearly
- Conducting interviews, add music and collect ambient sound to make your podcast come to life
- Learn to manage and assess podcasting projects
Read Time: 3 hours
Project Time: 25 hours
Andrea Aust is KQED’s science education senior manager, and has been a science educator for 20 years. Before working at KQED, she taught, developed and managed marine science and environmental education programs in the Bay Area.
Chanelle Ignant is KQED’s youth media specialist. She has worked with various Bay Area youth organizations to promote media literacy and skill building, and is an independent media maker.
Rachel Roberson is KQED's news education manager. Rachel spent 14 years in the classroom as an English and social studies teacher and literacy specialist. Before becoming an educator, Rachel worked as a journalist in the Bay Area.
Soundtrap (if Audacity isn’t available to you or your students)