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Chris Nesi - Podcasting in the Classroom Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset

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Podcast host, high school teacher, podcast producer, university professor, and podcast network founder Chris Nesi joins the show to talk all about podcasting in the classroom. We cover a podcasting mindset, different types of podcasting, tools for micro-podcasting, tools for recording, editing, and hosting and, of course, a few microphone recommendations.
Find the show notes online at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-71
Today’s Sponsor: The Toddle TIES Inquiry Educators Summit! - TIES is back for its third and largest edition yet. Designed to be a festival of learning like no other, TIES 2022 will feature 100+ phenomenal thinkers and doers across 10+ unique session formats. Whether you want to attend TIES 2022 solo, or save big by attending as a group, there are tons of ways you can join us! As listeners of the Educational Duct Tape Podcast, the first 100 of you who get your TIES 2022 pass can get 20% off on your pass! Simply use TIES2022EDT at checkout. So head to www.toddleapp.com/ties today and save big on your pass now! Soapbox Moment: Throwback: “We Are Michael Jordan Playing Baseball” Originally aired in this episode - jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-55 Contains a quote from this article by Michael Baumann from The Ringer - theringer.com/nba/2020/5/12/21255513/michael-jordan-baseball-the-last-dance Contains a quote from Terry Francona from Episode VII of The Last Dance - netflix.com/title/80203144 Video version available here - youtube.com/watch?v=qAEPzlOA358 Today’s Guest: Chris Nesi Bio: Chris is a HS social studies teacher and Univ. professor who has inspired students & teachers at all levels. Technology & its role in education are his professional passion. Chris hosts a number of podcasts including the House of #EdTech, PodcastPD, Chase for 28, & Knock Knock Who's There? He's also the founder of the Education Podcast Network. Contact Info: Twitter - @mrnesi & @houseofedtech, Instagram - @houseofedtech, chrisnesi.com The Pod Journal - http://thepodjournal.com 2 Truths & 1 Lie Chris’ Rachael Ray Show Appearance - youtube.com/watch?v=orw5Kx54TaU Educational Duct Tape Question: How can we get students started with podcasting? “Podcasting Mindset” - It doesn’t have to be about the tech! Students have passions. Podcasting or speaking about their passions and giving them opportunities to share what they know about content. The goal isn’t about launching on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Schools & classrooms are the safe space for them to fail and learn. There are alternate mediums for podcasts - Slides with audio, PDFs, etc. Just need to use the right tool at the right time. Micro-podcasting examples: Mote in Google Slides, Flipgrid mic only mode, audio files in padlet, etc — Focus on content creation! How to get students interested or exposed to listening to podcasts? Encourage student to Google “what you’re interested in” podcast Teachers can find amazing podcasts related to content. Even ones with students as hosts. The Pod Journal - https://www.amazon.com/Pod-Journal-Podcast-Planning/dp/B08XCP299D Podcasting record & editing options: TwistedWave - twistedwave.com Audacity - audacityteam.org SoundTrap EDU (Not free) - soundtrap.com/edu GarageBand (Mac only) Publishing Resources - Decide your path first Anchor (careful with age restrictions) - anchor.fm Google Site, Seesaw, LMS - anywhere you can share audio files! Libsyn - libsyn.com SoundTrap EDU has an option too Equipment isn’t THAT important. Built in equipment is okay. Great content trumps quality. However, If you're going to invest: Samsung Q2U - amazon.com/Samson-Handheld-Microphone-Recording-Podcasting/dp/B001R747SG?th=1 Audio Technica ATR2100X - amazon.com/Audio-Technica-ATR2100x-USB-Cardioid-Microphone-ATR/dp/B07ZPBFVKK?th=1 Celebration of the Adjacent Possible Today's Tweeps: @Conti_jen, @WalsdorfJeff, @GuiseGotTechEd + @WeGotTechED, @SEANJFAHEY, @BryonCar, @MrsBAtBRE, @drmcclard, @RMayb

Podcast host, high school teacher, podcast producer, university professor, and podcast network founder Chris Nesi joins the show to talk all about podcasting in the classroom. We cover a podcasting mindset, different types of podcasting, tools for micro-podcasting, tools for recording, editing, and hosting and, of course, a few microphone recommendations.
Find the show notes online at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-71
Today’s Sponsor: The Toddle TIES Inquiry Educators Summit! - TIES is back for its third and largest edition yet. Designed to be a festival of learning like no other, TIES 2022 will feature 100+ phenomenal thinkers and doers across 10+ unique session formats. Whether you want to attend TIES 2022 solo, or save big by attending as a group, there are tons of ways you can join us! As listeners of the Educational Duct Tape Podcast, the first 100 of you who get your TIES 2022 pass can get 20% off on your pass! Simply use TIES2022EDT at checkout. So head to www.toddleapp.com/ties today and save big on your pass now! Soapbox Moment: Throwback: “We Are Michael Jordan Playing Baseball” Originally aired in this episode - jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-55 Contains a quote from this article by Michael Baumann from The Ringer - theringer.com/nba/2020/5/12/21255513/michael-jordan-baseball-the-last-dance Contains a quote from Terry Francona from Episode VII of The Last Dance - netflix.com/title/80203144 Video version available here - youtube.com/watch?v=qAEPzlOA358 Today’s Guest: Chris Nesi Bio: Chris is a HS social studies teacher and Univ. professor who has inspired students & teachers at all levels. Technology & its role in education are his professional passion. Chris hosts a number of podcasts including the House of #EdTech, PodcastPD, Chase for 28, & Knock Knock Who's There? He's also the founder of the Education Podcast Network. Contact Info: Twitter - @mrnesi & @houseofedtech, Instagram - @houseofedtech, chrisnesi.com The Pod Journal - http://thepodjournal.com 2 Truths & 1 Lie Chris’ Rachael Ray Show Appearance - youtube.com/watch?v=orw5Kx54TaU Educational Duct Tape Question: How can we get students started with podcasting? “Podcasting Mindset” - It doesn’t have to be about the tech! Students have passions. Podcasting or speaking about their passions and giving them opportunities to share what they know about content. The goal isn’t about launching on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Schools & classrooms are the safe space for them to fail and learn. There are alternate mediums for podcasts - Slides with audio, PDFs, etc. Just need to use the right tool at the right time. Micro-podcasting examples: Mote in Google Slides, Flipgrid mic only mode, audio files in padlet, etc — Focus on content creation! How to get students interested or exposed to listening to podcasts? Encourage student to Google “what you’re interested in” podcast Teachers can find amazing podcasts related to content. Even ones with students as hosts. The Pod Journal - https://www.amazon.com/Pod-Journal-Podcast-Planning/dp/B08XCP299D Podcasting record & editing options: TwistedWave - twistedwave.com Audacity - audacityteam.org SoundTrap EDU (Not free) - soundtrap.com/edu GarageBand (Mac only) Publishing Resources - Decide your path first Anchor (careful with age restrictions) - anchor.fm Google Site, Seesaw, LMS - anywhere you can share audio files! Libsyn - libsyn.com SoundTrap EDU has an option too Equipment isn’t THAT important. Built in equipment is okay. Great content trumps quality. However, If you're going to invest: Samsung Q2U - amazon.com/Samson-Handheld-Microphone-Recording-Podcasting/dp/B001R747SG?th=1 Audio Technica ATR2100X - amazon.com/Audio-Technica-ATR2100x-USB-Cardioid-Microphone-ATR/dp/B07ZPBFVKK?th=1 Celebration of the Adjacent Possible Today's Tweeps: @Conti_jen, @WalsdorfJeff, @GuiseGotTechEd + @WeGotTechED, @SEANJFAHEY, @BryonCar, @MrsBAtBRE, @drmcclard, @RMayb

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