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    Free Technology for Teachers: A Student Podcast Contest


    For the second year in a row NPR is a hosting a podcasting competition for students in fifth through twelfth grade. To enter the challenge students have to create a podcast that is three to twelve minutes long. Unlike last year, this year students can include music in their podcasts. Any music that is included in a podcast has to be a student’s original work.

    NPR’s Student Podcast Challenge is open for submissions now and will stay open until March 24th. The winning submissions will be played on NPR broadcasts. Submissions to the contest have to be made by teachers on behalf of students. Submissions have to be uploaded to SoundCloud. Submissions have to be original work created specifically for the contest. All of the contest rules are available here.
    Applications for Education
    For this contest NPR has published two extensive podcasting guides. The guide for students walks them through the planning and recording processes. Although they don’t provide tutorials on specific tools, they do offer this video about training your voice to sound more natural on a microphone.

    H/T to Larry Ferlazzo.



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