Here you will find the lessons I developed during ISW in the Summer of 2020
Podcasting for Professors Part 1
An ecology professor shares how he uses podcasts as assessments in the article below (it includes his rubric):
If you are considering having students create podcasts I recommend checking out Project Audio: Teaching Students How to Produce Their Own Podcasts as it includes a detailed mini-unit to get you started
Designing for Difficulty: Social Pedagogies as a Framework for Course Design is written by Georgetown University professors. It talks about the value of creating for an authentic audience (more than just the professor).
Mentorvention Minutes by Marketing Professor Dave Aron
Podcasting for Professors Part 2
BMG K202 Course Intro Episode
Use the link below to record and send your response at the end of the lesson
References (to be completed)
- Dubrin (2017)
- Daft & Marcic (2020)
One thought on “Instructional Skills Workshop”
I am immediately intrigued. I want to make my fall ENG-102 course affordable by incorporating OER materials, and to open up my options to non-text-based podcast stories on murder, mystery, and mayhem is a truly exciting opportunity. I’m thinking one student activity could be to record an original “campfire story.” This could work especially well as an assessment of tone and plot structure.
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