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Podcasts and the Classroom

Podcasts and the Classroom

Overview

by Rebecca Salois, Black and Latino Studies Department at Baruch

This special episode is brought to you by the Transformative Learning in the Humanities Initiative at the City University of New York. As part of this initiative, I was invited to speak on the topic of podcasts and the classroom. This episode is my public contribution to knowledge based on the information I shared in that workshop.

 

Podcasts and the Classroom

https://soundcloud.com/whydowereadthis/podcasts-and-the-classroom

This special episode is brought to you by the Transformative Learning in the Humanities Initiative at the City University of New York. As part of this initiative, I was invited to speak on the topic of podcasts and the classroom. This episode is my public contribution to knowledge based on the information I shared in that workshop.

In this "episode" I discuss using podcasts as an alternative form of student input, podcasts as assessment, and what to consider if you are interested in starting a podcast for your students.

Here are some links I mentioned in the episode:

YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/u6cbMZO7jk8

Resources and References: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mlpnr4AisIyX_T7IAAGW4vz01yc9Y1Qk_1iUq27BMbY/edit?usp=sharing

Sample Final Project w/Podcast Option: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rrCi3O06oeDCHZbeA9gVWXKQGRI9ytF_m776VolIwJA/edit?usp=sharing

You can listen to past episodes of my podcast, Why Do We Read This? here: https://soundcloud.com/whydowereadthis

Twitter: @rlsalois and @whydowereadthis