#UTedChat Questions for 04/25 – Podcasts as a Learning Tool #PodcastPD



This week we have Matthew Winters (@TeacherWinters) an ELA teacher at Wahlquist Junior High School in Ogden, Utah leading the discussion on Podcasts as a Learning Tool! This is a fun and informative topic for educators to start thinking about utilizing in their classrooms as well as in their own personal learning. This should be a great chat so please come prepared to share your thoughts on Podcasts as Learning Tools with the rest of the #UTedChat crew. If you haven’t already followed Matthew via Twitter (@TeacherWinters) you should probably do so because it will help you to better follow the chat. 

As always, please be sure to include #UTedChat in your responses so everyone participating can see your thoughts and ideas.

Q1: Which podcasts have you used in your life to engage with a larger community?

Q2: How do podcasts create larger experiences for listeners? Conversely, how do podcasts create singular, personal experiences?

Q3: Are podcasts educational in nature?

Q4: How can podcasts be applied across curricula and content areas?

Q5: What would an assignment with a podcast component look like in your school?

Q6 What are the barriers to adding podcasts to your curriculum?

Matthew Winters is an ELA teacher at Wahlquist Junior High School in Ogden, Utah.  He also is the host of the Edtrex Rewind Podcast with Quin Henderson. Before teaching K-12, he taught at multiple universities.  He loves edtech, writing, and music.

You can follow Matthew via Twitter at @TeacherWinters.

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Cody Plumhof

Cody is the web developer, Communications Coordinator and media production center director for the Washington County School District. He has served on the UCET Board since 2012 as the WCSD representative and web developer for the organization.

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