Apr. 7, 2007

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Podcasting Student Voices

In this podcast, Brian Mull talks to Bob Sprankle of Wells Elementary School about his third and fourth grade students’ experiences with podcasting. The conversation includes the process Bob used in helping students develop their podcast prowess, the impact that their work has made on a larger community and Bob’s tips to help any teacher get started with their first educational podcast. Be sure to visit www.bobsprankle.com to hear examples of the work of these students.


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