Powerful voices: Podcasts, history, & social justice

Scott Roberts, Justin Stephen Plevinski, Kathryn Hershey Dirkin

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Abstract

This paper presents a work in progress. Traditionally, uses of podcasts often involve capturing a face-to-face lecture. In this paper, we discuss using a curated list of podcasts to introduce a social justice educational perspective into history classrooms. Shutting down all other media channels but one, the podcast shines a bright light on the power of voices and stories. We can hear the stories of those who have and are experiencing history, tell their stories, engage in a dialogue about their stories, and uncover the voices of those whose story was never told.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPowerful voices: Podcasts, history, & social justice
PublisherProceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference
Pages2179-2184
StatePublished - Mar 2017

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