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Educator and classroom podcasts

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Databases of audio files/podcasts

 

100 Ways To Use Your iPod to Learn and Study Better

 

Library of Congress: Podcasts

 

Podcast Directory for Educators

 

 

Educator podcasts

  

Podcasts on literature, literacy, and drama

 

PennSound: University of Pennsylvania online literature archive of readings of famous authors

 

20 iTunes Feeds for the Teachers

 

Video: Using iTunes University

 

Open Culture: Free university podcasts

 

Online Education Database: 100 free podcasts from universities

 

Most popular podcasts

 

BlogTalk Radio

 

Teachers Teaching Teachers

 

Digital Campus

 

Jeffrey Frey: Podcasting in Education

 

The Teachers' Podcast

 

Youth Radio: student-developed podcasts

 

CLIP: Critical Literacies in Practice podcasts

 

Gary Stager: Podcasting in Education Resources: lots of links

 

Education Podcast Network

 

Podcasts for Educators: UK directory

 

The Tech Teachers

 

Poetry slam performances

 

EarthWatch Radio

 

Living on Earth

 

Mediasnackers: Vodcasts about media

 

CNN Podcasts

 

 

Classroom/school podcasts

 

Michigan State University: The Spoken Word Project: historical voices

 

Christopher Shamburg: Podcasting and Creative Audio online high school course

 

iHistory Podcast Project

 

Mabry Middle School, Mabry, Georgia

 

Bob Sprankle's Room 208, Wells, Maine

 

Julie's Flat Classroom

 

Troy Hicks and Dawn Reed of the Red Cedar Writing Project discuss podcasting in a high school speech class

 

University of Minnesota:Then and Now: world history course

 

Wuerzburg Elementary School, Wuerzburg, Germany

 

Speaking of History: 8th grade history

 

Mr. Fitzpatrick 4th grade podcasts

 

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