By Terry Freedman This is not meant to be a definitive list!
Record lessons for students (and parents!) to access in their own time.
Enable students to do a presentation about themselves rather than only sticking to PowerPoint!
Create a short introduction to your school, or the course you run, for potential students to access, and to let parents know what they can expect their children to be doing – get student contributions too!
Create a class or even a whole-school radio station.
Enable students to submit work in the form of a podcast.
Create audio resources for use by sight-impaired students.
Find and use podcasts as part of project research materials.
Use foreign language podcasts to improve linguistic skills.
Use podcasts to get an insight into another country's culture, or another person’s daily lifestyle.
Enable students to create dynamic presentations without the complexity of digital video.
Subscribe to various podcasts in different subjects in order to provide extra resources.
Provide students with a different way of carrying out surveys in the local area.
Create an audio blog of a school field trip.
Create an enhanced podcast entitled “My summer holiday”.
Subscribe or listen to different podcasts in order to help students develop their critical faculties.
Ask students to create a podcast to meet a real need, as part of a