Should You Start Your Own Teacher Podcast?

EPISODE SUMMARY

Podcasting has served as an amazing avenue for reflection on my own educational practice, both from using classroom audio and sharing it as well as getting the opportunity to sit with master educators to talk with them about their craft. Teacher blogging started to boom about 10 years ago and it’s been said that podcasting is the now the new blogging. So should you start your own teacher podcast? And if so, how do you do it?

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EPISODE NOTES

Chris Nesi and Jeff Bradbury are two of the biggest names in educational podcasting. Chris is the creator of the House of Ed Tech podcast as well as the Education Podcast Network, which is a community of educational podcasters that includes the likes of The Cult of Pedagogy with Jennifer Gonzalez and The Google Teacher Tribe.

Jeff Bradbury from TeacherCast is the creator and host of NINE different educational podcasts, including Educational Podcasting Today which is a podcasts all about educators getting into podcasting!

In this episode, we discuss:

  • who should start a teacher podcast
  • the skills teachers already have that would make them great podcasters
  • how to decide what to make your podcast about
  • how to develop a brand around your podcast
  • how to find your niche in the educational podcasting space
  • types of podcasts you could do
  • common mistakes when starting a teacher podcast
  • great starter podcasting equipment
  • editing softwares and styles to consider
  • how much it cost to get started in podcasting
  • how lucrative the podcasting space is

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