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This is the Student Podcast PODCAST, a podcast featuring great student podcasts. Each week we highlight student work and hear from their teachers about the challenges and successes of podcasting with their students. We believe elevating students’ voices beyond the classroom and sharing the lesson process will inspire others to get podcasting with their classes! Hosted by Monica Brady-Myerov, CEO & Founder of Listenwise, a listening skills program for middle and high school students. Interested in Podcasting PD?: https://bit.ly/2QLt5PK

 

Jun 16, 2019

This episode highlights the first podcast project done by Matt Stokes, an 8th-Grade Math/Algebra 1 at the International School of Brooklyn. His class podcast features NPR Style Reporting about fun Math concepts, mores specifically digging into simplifying radicals, multiplying radicals, and converting radicals into...


Jun 9, 2019

This episode highlights Margot Amouyal’s podcast, Yolanda Wilcox González’s student, from the Beaver Country Day School in Massachusetts. Margot is a junior and has been creating a podcast series for her independent study project. We highlight one podcast from her series which was submitted to the NPR student...


Jun 2, 2019

In this episode hear a podcast that sounds just like the introduction to the Serial podcast. Former high school ELA Teacher, Michael Godsey initially wanted to share his excitement for the Serial podcast with his students and their love for podcasting blossomed through that. This was Godsey’s first podcasting project...


May 26, 2019

In this episode hear a podcast created by a student club from Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Eastvale, CA. The students examine the concept of academic identity, where students become so wrapped up in academic achievement that it starts to define them. Teacher Frank Mata was the advisor to the club and says because...


May 20, 2019

In this episode we go to Cedar Ridge High School in Hillsborough North Carolina and listen to Laura Isenhour's class's podcast discussions. In place of book reports, her Grade 10 English II class worked in groups and recorded their discussions about the non-fiction books they read. Students were given the flexibility...