Podcasting With Your Coworkers

Lunch Duty Podcast

In this episode of Educational Podcasting Today, Jeff sits down with educator Ken Woodard to discuss how he has created a podcast featuring members of his school district to make a pretty awesome show called the Lunch Duty Podcast.

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  • In this episode, we discuss:
  • Why should teachers get into podcasts
  • Podcasting with your school faculty
  • Podcasting in your school vs creating a school podcast
  • How to start your podcast
  • Tips and advice for working within our faculty on a creative project

About our Guest

A 29-year veteran of secondary school history teaching, Ken Woodard is the chair of the Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart upper school history department wherein he teaches United States History to grade 11 students. Ken leads the U.S. history oral history project at Stone Ridge which combines his love of history with his enthusiasm for the new possibilities presented by rapidly evolving production software. He is also the Executive Producer of Lunch Duty Podcast, a podcast for teachers by teachers. When not immersed in school-related projects, he rides his bicycle and works at a Vermont outdoor adventure camp during summers.

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