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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!

Latest Episodes

Listenwise News Bites Promo

Are you a teacher with students who have limited access to wifi or laptops? Are you running out of ideas to keep your kids engaged in high quality, fun learning? The Listenwise News Bites podcast combines NPR news stories selected for young listeners with instructional activities. Listen on wifi, or download for an easy, offline way to engage young learners with fun news, weird news, and some serious news. Find this new podcast on Apple Podcasts today! For more age appropriate and engaging news lessons go to: www.listenwise.com

43 sMAY 21
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Listenwise News Bites Promo

Episode 16: A Service-Learning Podcasting Project

This episode features 3rd grade teacher David Green (dgreen@nscds.org) and his students from North Shore Country Day School in Winnetka, Illinois. David has been creating audio with his students for 15 years, long before it was called podcasting! For this service learning project, David and his students visited the Lakeview Food Pantry in Chicago to explore the problem of hunger. Listen to hear David’s expert tips for a successful podcasting project.

8 min2019 NOV 3
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Episode 16: A Service-Learning Podcasting Project

Episode 15: ‘Day in the Life’ with Podcasts

n this podcast, 5th graders from Jordan/Jackson Elementary School in Mansfield, MA explore the different lives of their classmates by conducting interviews with each other and with their teachers. They cover topics ranging from what food they eat for breakfast, to their favorite classes, to the best part of coming back home from school. Teacher Rayna Freedman had her students work in groups and asked them to pick 15 words from their vocabulary program, and that led to a lot of creativity.

6 min2019 OCT 13
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Episode 15: ‘Day in the Life’ with Podcasts

Episode 14: Debunking Myths and Stereotypes through Podcasting

In this episode, we hear from students at Crow Agency Public School, located on the Crow Reservation in Montana. Fifth grade teacher Connie Michael was inspired to make this podcast with her students after working with teachers at the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian, where she learned that students across the country had significant misconceptions about life on a reservation. Connie wanted to give her students the opportunity to debunk these myths and stereotypes.

6 min2019 OCT 6
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Episode 14: Debunking Myths and Stereotypes through Podcasting

Episode 13: NPR Podcasting Challenge Middle School Winners

In this episode, you’ll hear from the 2019 NPR Podcast Challenge middle school winners from Bronx Prep Middle School! Teacher Shehtaz Huq helped a group of 8th grade girls create “Sssh! Periods,” in which they explored the taboo topic of menstruation. Their podcast emulates an NPR-style reported story, and includes the voices of seven student podcasters: Kathaleen, Raizel, Litzy, Caroline, Ashley, Jasmin, and Kassy. Congrats girls!

7 min2019 SEP 29
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Episode 13: NPR Podcasting Challenge Middle School Winners

Episode 12: Podcasting to explore 'Bias in the Media'

This episode comes from the classroom of 5th and 6th grade teacher Kate Fischer from the Hyde Park School in Cincinnati, Ohio. One of Kate's student, Anna Kunkel, took on the challenge of podcasting in class, and used her podcast to explore ‘Bias in the Media’, a challenge she has personally faced in her own research projects. Listen to hear clips from Anna’s podcast, with reflections from her teacher on the project, and tips & tricks from our host, Monica Brady-Myerov.

7 min2019 SEP 22
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Episode 12: Podcasting to explore 'Bias in the Media'

Episode 11: Vocabulary Podcasts - Going Deep on a Single Word

In this episode we go deep into the meaning of words and hear from ELA teacher Mary Beth Steven’s students as they dig into the etymology of vocabulary terms such as ‘kerfuffle’ and ‘hippopotamus’. Her sixty-six students were split into groups of 4-5, created a total of 15 podcasts for their classroom series ‘One Word at a Time’. Listen to hear clips from the series, with reflections from Mary Beth on her experience creating this podcast series with her students.

8 min2019 SEP 15
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Episode 11: Vocabulary Podcasts - Going Deep on a Single Word

Episode 10: ‘Finding Light in the Darkness’ with Podcasts

In this episode we hear a podcast from the 8th grade class of Amy Fry, ELA teacher at Highlands Middle school in the Ft. Thomas Independent School District in Kentucky. Amy Fry’s class created podcasts discussing works they read and watched on the subject of the Holocaust, such as “Refugee,” by Alan Gratz. The theme of this project was ‘Finding Light in the Darkness’ of the Holocaust. Featured student Adam Pawlak earned an honorable mention for his submission to the NPR Student Podcast Challenge.

9 min2019 SEP 8
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Episode 10: ‘Finding Light in the Darkness’ with Podcasts

Episode 9: Student Run Podcasts for their District

This episode features ‘Lead GCISD Students’, a student-run podcast from the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District in Fort Worth, Texas. Students from any one of the district’s campuses can submit their podcast on a topic of their choice. Kerissa Bearce, formerly an Instructional Coach for the district, screened the episodes and added an intro and outro. In this episode we hear 3 student clips, one about fandom, one about homework, and finally one about the Constitution.

8 min2019 SEP 1
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Episode 9: Student Run Podcasts for their District

Episode 8: Math Podcasts - Engaging with Math Authentically

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 exponents. We love that they named it ‘Divide and Conquer.’ Matt’s students Rico Brill and Elliot Thomas-Gregory created this podcast using iMovie technology with other open source apps.

8 min2019 JUN 16
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Episode 8: Math Podcasts - Engaging with Math Authentically

Latest Episodes

Listenwise News Bites Promo

Are you a teacher with students who have limited access to wifi or laptops? Are you running out of ideas to keep your kids engaged in high quality, fun learning? The Listenwise News Bites podcast combines NPR news stories selected for young listeners with instructional activities. Listen on wifi, or download for an easy, offline way to engage young learners with fun news, weird news, and some serious news. Find this new podcast on Apple Podcasts today! For more age appropriate and engaging news lessons go to: www.listenwise.com

43 sMAY 21
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Listenwise News Bites Promo

Episode 16: A Service-Learning Podcasting Project

This episode features 3rd grade teacher David Green (dgreen@nscds.org) and his students from North Shore Country Day School in Winnetka, Illinois. David has been creating audio with his students for 15 years, long before it was called podcasting! For this service learning project, David and his students visited the Lakeview Food Pantry in Chicago to explore the problem of hunger. Listen to hear David’s expert tips for a successful podcasting project.

8 min2019 NOV 3
Comments
Episode 16: A Service-Learning Podcasting Project

Episode 15: ‘Day in the Life’ with Podcasts

n this podcast, 5th graders from Jordan/Jackson Elementary School in Mansfield, MA explore the different lives of their classmates by conducting interviews with each other and with their teachers. They cover topics ranging from what food they eat for breakfast, to their favorite classes, to the best part of coming back home from school. Teacher Rayna Freedman had her students work in groups and asked them to pick 15 words from their vocabulary program, and that led to a lot of creativity.

6 min2019 OCT 13
Comments
Episode 15: ‘Day in the Life’ with Podcasts

Episode 14: Debunking Myths and Stereotypes through Podcasting

In this episode, we hear from students at Crow Agency Public School, located on the Crow Reservation in Montana. Fifth grade teacher Connie Michael was inspired to make this podcast with her students after working with teachers at the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian, where she learned that students across the country had significant misconceptions about life on a reservation. Connie wanted to give her students the opportunity to debunk these myths and stereotypes.

6 min2019 OCT 6
Comments
Episode 14: Debunking Myths and Stereotypes through Podcasting

Episode 13: NPR Podcasting Challenge Middle School Winners

In this episode, you’ll hear from the 2019 NPR Podcast Challenge middle school winners from Bronx Prep Middle School! Teacher Shehtaz Huq helped a group of 8th grade girls create “Sssh! Periods,” in which they explored the taboo topic of menstruation. Their podcast emulates an NPR-style reported story, and includes the voices of seven student podcasters: Kathaleen, Raizel, Litzy, Caroline, Ashley, Jasmin, and Kassy. Congrats girls!

7 min2019 SEP 29
Comments
Episode 13: NPR Podcasting Challenge Middle School Winners

Episode 12: Podcasting to explore 'Bias in the Media'

This episode comes from the classroom of 5th and 6th grade teacher Kate Fischer from the Hyde Park School in Cincinnati, Ohio. One of Kate's student, Anna Kunkel, took on the challenge of podcasting in class, and used her podcast to explore ‘Bias in the Media’, a challenge she has personally faced in her own research projects. Listen to hear clips from Anna’s podcast, with reflections from her teacher on the project, and tips & tricks from our host, Monica Brady-Myerov.

7 min2019 SEP 22
Comments
Episode 12: Podcasting to explore 'Bias in the Media'

Episode 11: Vocabulary Podcasts - Going Deep on a Single Word

In this episode we go deep into the meaning of words and hear from ELA teacher Mary Beth Steven’s students as they dig into the etymology of vocabulary terms such as ‘kerfuffle’ and ‘hippopotamus’. Her sixty-six students were split into groups of 4-5, created a total of 15 podcasts for their classroom series ‘One Word at a Time’. Listen to hear clips from the series, with reflections from Mary Beth on her experience creating this podcast series with her students.

8 min2019 SEP 15
Comments
Episode 11: Vocabulary Podcasts - Going Deep on a Single Word

Episode 10: ‘Finding Light in the Darkness’ with Podcasts

In this episode we hear a podcast from the 8th grade class of Amy Fry, ELA teacher at Highlands Middle school in the Ft. Thomas Independent School District in Kentucky. Amy Fry’s class created podcasts discussing works they read and watched on the subject of the Holocaust, such as “Refugee,” by Alan Gratz. The theme of this project was ‘Finding Light in the Darkness’ of the Holocaust. Featured student Adam Pawlak earned an honorable mention for his submission to the NPR Student Podcast Challenge.

9 min2019 SEP 8
Comments
Episode 10: ‘Finding Light in the Darkness’ with Podcasts

Episode 9: Student Run Podcasts for their District

This episode features ‘Lead GCISD Students’, a student-run podcast from the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District in Fort Worth, Texas. Students from any one of the district’s campuses can submit their podcast on a topic of their choice. Kerissa Bearce, formerly an Instructional Coach for the district, screened the episodes and added an intro and outro. In this episode we hear 3 student clips, one about fandom, one about homework, and finally one about the Constitution.

8 min2019 SEP 1
Comments
Episode 9: Student Run Podcasts for their District

Episode 8: Math Podcasts - Engaging with Math Authentically

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 exponents. We love that they named it ‘Divide and Conquer.’ Matt’s students Rico Brill and Elliot Thomas-Gregory created this podcast using iMovie technology with other open source apps.

8 min2019 JUN 16
Comments
Episode 8: Math Podcasts - Engaging with Math Authentically
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