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Student Voice (Literally): We Feature Two Student Podcasts

By Michael Winters     Nov 27, 2015

Student Voice (Literally): We Feature Two Student Podcasts

Since we started this podcast back in January (look at that picture! So embarrassing!) we've been hearing about students and teachers who have also been bitten by the podcasting bug. 

This week on the show, we hear two excellent examples of student podcast work. First, three 5th graders from the Park School in Brookline, MA share with us an immigrant's journey from Uganda to the United States. Then, in a segment created especially for the EdSurge podcast, three high school students from Oxon Hill High School in Maryland debate whether technology should be used more or less in school. 

If you're a teacher whose students have been podcasting, we'd love to hear about it! Drop us a line at feedback@edsurge.com.


A word from our sponsor: The Barbara Bush Foundation Adult Literacy XPRIZE presented by Dollar General Literacy Foundation is a $7M competition to develop mobile software leading to the greatest skills gains among low-literate adults in the US. You can transform the lives of 36 million American adults. Register to compete, or learn more at http://adultliteracy.xprize.org/.

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Student Voice (Literally): We Feature Two Student Podcasts

By Michael Winters     Nov 27, 2015

Student Voice (Literally): We Feature Two Student Podcasts

Since we started this podcast back in January (look at that picture! So embarrassing!) we've been hearing about students and teachers who have also been bitten by the podcasting bug. 

This week on the show, we hear two excellent examples of student podcast work. First, three 5th graders from the Park School in Brookline, MA share with us an immigrant's journey from Uganda to the United States. Then, in a segment created especially for the EdSurge podcast, three high school students from Oxon Hill High School in Maryland debate whether technology should be used more or less in school. 

If you're a teacher whose students have been podcasting, we'd love to hear about it! Drop us a line at feedback@edsurge.com.


A word from our sponsor: The Barbara Bush Foundation Adult Literacy XPRIZE presented by Dollar General Literacy Foundation is a $7M competition to develop mobile software leading to the greatest skills gains among low-literate adults in the US. You can transform the lives of 36 million American adults. Register to compete, or learn more at http://adultliteracy.xprize.org/.

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