What A Little Audio Can Do

There is something powerful about the spoken word. When it’s accompanied by a striking visual it can leave the listener thinking, wondering, looking for more. It is this auditory advantage that can bring amazing life and dynamic to your classroom. It is through such a medium that we can take our student learning to a very new and different place. Recording isn’t new to education, but it has throughout the 20th-Century been mainly a consuming experience. It really isn’t until the mid 2000’s that student production was practical or even really possible in an elementary or middle school classroom. For those that tout experiences of multimedia production in the 90’s and on, its usually safe to assume that the median age of these producers was around 20.

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