Teachers_Guide_to_PodcastingHave you wondered how to create podcasts with your students?

Looking for podcasting project ideas?

You may be asking yourself these questions and we have the answers!


We are excited to release a new teacher’s guide to get you started podcasting in your classroom or support your current podcasting efforts if you’ve already started. Learn the benefits of podcasting within this 12 page PDF resource.


Not only is podcasting fun to do, but podcasting supports important 21st-century skills for communication, critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration. Your students will love podcasting as a medium to tell their stories and share their ideas, all while practicing their speaking and writing skills.


As teachers, this guide will empower you to use podcasting technology and will give you the resources to teach your students to be podcast writers, recorders, and producers.


What’s included in this teacher podcasting guide?

  • Section 1 will explore the benefits of podcasting in your class.
  • Section 2 will explore how to use podcasts in your classroom: with sample classrooms podcasting lesson ideas, along with student podcast examples you can listen to.  
  • Section 3 will walk you through how to teach a podcast lesson. This section will provide a step-by-step walkthrough on how to structure a podcasting lesson in class and the tools your students can use for producing and publishing a podcast.


Use this guide to get started podcasting in class, or explore more advanced podcasting lesson ideas and topics along with the podcasting tools to get you started. Whether you are a beginner or have already taught podcasting in your classroom, this teacher’s guide will have something for you.