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Master the basics of audio production and gain the confidence to lead audio projects with students. In this course you will explore ways students can use podcasts and audio for creative expression and to communicate information, develop an idea for a podcasting project that aligns with your curriculum or content area, make your own podcast to use an example for students, develop a standards-aligned (CCSS, NGSS) lesson plan in which students create a podcast to demonstrate learning.
You can register for this free course at https://teach.kqed.org/p/making-audio
- Learn how to choosing the right equipment, writing a script and adding quality sound
- Create a project or lesson plan for a classroom audio projects that aligns with curriculum standards to ensure that audio storytelling results in the student learning you want to see
- Learn by doing: Make your own model of your podcasting project to better understand the rewards and challenges of audio production to support your instruction and inspire student learning
Number of Units: 1.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours
Who Should Attend: This course provides continuing education for K-12 educators in all subject areas who want to develop skills and confidence with media making and media literacy.
Directions to Enrolled Participants for University Credit: Submit your Certificate of Completion by email to email@example.com after enrolling for credit and completing the course.