187 – 12 Reasons to Publish Student Podcasts to a Global Audience

By Tim Cavey

Recently I was asked how I could justify the publishing of student work. What was the educational value in sharing student content on podcasts that can be listened to throughout the world?
That’s a fair question, and it deserves a thoughtful answer.
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Read the blog post featured in this episode at https://medium.com/teachers-on-fire/12-reasons-to-publish-student-podcasts-to-a-global-audience-8a0e07adfc40?sk=b3dd50da95081cc9a8d666c3a526d9a7.
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