Podcasting

  • Soundtrap Specific Info
  • Important Information
  • Student Created Podcasts
  • Podcasts about Podcasting
  • Podcasting Resources
  • Social Justice in Podcasting
  • Podcasts for Teachers
  • Podcasts and Playlists that Amplify Diverse Voices
  • Podcasting as a Form of Protest
  • Paper Prototype Podcast
  • Fictional Podcasts for Younger Ages
  • Nonfiction Podcasts for Younger Ages
  • Fictional Podcasts for Older Ages
  • Nonfiction Podcasts for Older Ages

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Important Resources setting up your Soundtrap Account

Soundtrap Webinar Resources

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Contact Info

Creativity In Every Classroom

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Soundtrap for Storytellers: Interactive Transcript

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Soundtrap Terminologies & Functionalities

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Creativity in Every Classroom

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Student Course Introduction

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Get your facts straight

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How to copy the text on transcripts

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Recording Do’s and Don’ts CHECKLIST

– WEAR YOUR HEADPHONES!

– Check your levels

– Make sure you have full battery power

– Make sure it’s recording and not paused (ticker should be going up in time)

– Let the interviewee know not to make sounds that could mess up the recording (ruffling shirt, etc)

– GET ROOM TONE AT THE END! 30-60 seconds if it’s quiet, 60-120 sec if its noisy

Shared by: Martina Castro of Adonde Media (http://www.adondemedia.com/)

Basic Writing for Radio Guidelines

– Use short, declarative sentences. If you see many clauses or commas, you should probably replace them with periods.

– Simple is better. Metaphors and flowery language come off as literary…how would you actually say this to a friend?

– Let what happened in the story reveal itself to your audience the way your protagonist lived it…ask yourself: are you letting there be any mystery? Are you summing it up in the beginning? Could you do something to cause your audience to ask, ooh and what’s going to happen next?

– Are you setting up the central question or driving purpose of your story in the first minute of your story? And how are you driving it forward?

Shared by: Martina Castro of Adonde Media (http://www.adondemedia.com/)

Interview Do’s and Dont’s CHECKLIST

– Do ask your protagonist to introduce themselves, ideally in a full sentence

– Do get their contact info – to ask follow up questions, and to share your piece with them

– Don’t ask yes or no questions

– Do ask for anecdotes and have them take you back to how they felt then…people have a tendency to sum up things as they are now, but we want to know how they felt in that moment, and how they may have changed since then

– Don’t be afraid to ask follow up questions if you don’t understand; ok to play a little dumb to have people explain things simply

– Do pause and allow for space

– Don’t talk over your interviewee, interrupt them or react audibly to what they are saying

Shared by: Martina Castro of Adonde Media (http://www.adondemedia.com/)

Production Timeline

Reporting a story from A to Z (Created by Martina Castro)

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Recording 101

Recording 101 (Created by Martina Castro)

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Audio Vocab List

Audio Storytelling Vocab List (Created by Martina Castro)

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Podcast Rubric

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National Core Arts Standards

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PSA: Schizophrenia

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Bay 11

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Podcasting in SFUSD

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Student Podcasts

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Students Tackle Real World Topics with Podcasts

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Re:sound

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Third Coast Pocket Conference

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HowSound

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Student Podcast

Student Podcast PODCAST

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Audio Storytelling Tips

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WordCounter (and more)

WordCounter - Count Words & Correct Writing

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Passion to Purpose

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Latino Podcast Listener Report

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DIY Recording Studio

How To Record Podcasts

Podcasting with Students

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Shout Out: A Kids Guide to Recording Stories

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Your Final Assignment Is… a Podcast

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Creating Podcasts in Class

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The KQED Youth Media Challenge: Let’s Talk About Election 2020

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DIY: How To Make A Podcast

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Starting Your Podcast: A Guide For Students

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Research Article

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Why Podcasting Is #Trending

Why Podcasting Is #Trending Since ‘Serial’ and Why Your Class Should Be Doing It

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How to Start a Student Podcast with Soundtrap

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Unsung Project

Unsung: The Voices of Youth Justice

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Storytelling Article

Developing Student Storytelling Skills To Set Up Future Career Success

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NPR Podcast Challenge

Teaching Podcasting: A Curriculum Guide for Educators

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Listenwise

Listenwise - Listening that sparks learning.

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NYT Teaching Students How to Podcast

Project Audio: Teaching Students How to Produce Their Own Podcasts (Published 2018)

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Out on the Wire

Out on the Wire: The Storytelling Secrets of the New Masters of Radio

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Tips for Starting a Podcast

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Transom.org

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Gimlet Academy

Gimlet Academy Has Arrived! – News – Spotify for Podcasters

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Podcasting For The Classroom

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Comprehension Amplified Presentation

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Woke Kindergarten

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Social Justice Standards by Teaching Tolerance

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Equity

Justice

Equality

Inequality

Unpacking Injustice

Unpacking Injustice – Learn and Expand – What is Social Justice?

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Culturally Responsive Teaching & the Brain

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3 Fantastic Podcasts for Teachers

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Easy EdTech Podcast

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Course of Mind

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Change the Narrative

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Black Lives Matter

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Great Resource for K-5 Teachers

Wokekindergarten

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Lesson Plan

Move to the Music

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Paper Podcast Prototype

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Molly of Denali

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FABList

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What If World

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The Punies by Kobe Bryant

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Circle Round

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The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian

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Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

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Story Pirates

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Forever Ago

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The Past and The Curious: A History Podcast for Kids and Families

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Pants on Fire

The Big Fib

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Smash Boom Best

Debating topics to decide what’s best

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Wow in the World

Learn about a newly discovered species of ants that explode!

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Brains On!

Brains On! Science podcast for kids

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Kind World

True stories of people going out of their way to be kind
  • Ex. Boy creates book to raise money for his friend with Type 1 Diabetes

The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

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Grimm, Grimmer, Grimmest

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Eleanor Amplified

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Timestorm

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Flyest Fables

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Welcome to Night Vale

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Duolingo Spanish Podcast

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The Moth

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Freakonomics Radio

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Serial: Season Three

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Radiolab

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Bear Brook

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This American Life

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Stuff You Missed in History Class

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Dayton Youth Radio

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