At least 112 million Americans have listened to podcasts, a figure up 11 percent from last year , with 67 million listening to podcasts at least monthly. (Forbes)
And for good reason- teachers are able to both create and consume podcasts to get on-demand professional learning in an informal environment and students have an impromptu, candid platform for their voices. Podcasts are a unique form of auditory learning because listeners get to hear the voice of real-life experts and people that influence and inspire them all while feeling like they are a part of the conversation.
Are you ready to hit record and try something new? While we have your ear, listen to our podcast below to learn more about how you might use podcasts professionally and within your classroom.
As mentioned in our podcast, use the resources below to help you get started with podcasting in your classroom.
|Podcasting Resources||Podcasting Tools||Podcasts Worth a Listen (Teachers)|
Podcasts Worth a Listen
|How Podcasts Can Improve Literacy in the Classroom|
PODCASTING IN EDUCATION: WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
Ultimate Podcasting Resource List
|Anchor (Ages 13+)|
|Best Educational Podcasts|
16 Education Podcasts to Check Out In 2017
BAM Radio Network
Cult of Pedagogy
EdSurge on Air
Google Teacher Tribe (GTT) Podcast
House of Ed Tech
Talks with Teachers
Teaching Online Podcast (TOPcast)
TED Radio Hour
Stuff you Should Know
What if World
Wow in the World