We have been overwhelmed by the success of our first podcast. We received over 100 views in our first week. Thanks to all the folks who listened to our first podcast but we are back with episode 02!
The first episode of the podcast had no theme but we always has plans to introduce them in future and with episode 02 we are beginning. Episode 02 centers on the Elementary program at Harmony. This includes grades K-6 and the Early Childhood Program. We interview 3rd & 4th Teacher Matt Rosenthal, ask a bunch of Elementary students the Question of The Week and center the Current Events segment on elementary club program.
As mentioned , this weeks guest on Meet The Staff is Matt Rosenthal. According to his bio “Matt taught fourth, fifth, and sixth grades for 13 years in the Owen County public school system. He is excited to be teaching at Harmony in a more student-centered environment. He loves teaching collaborative problem solving, creative writing, and hands-on science.” Thanks for joining us, Matt.
The second episode of RhinoCast is also being hosted and streamed from SoundCloud. This allows us to track listens better and store larger files.
Mark’s creation class for November “Introduction of Podcasting”. We began with an overview of podcasting then the students brainstormed ideas for shows. Based on this, we decided as a group to do a Harmony Podcast called, RhinoCast. Once we had segments figured out, we assigned teams to each part of the show.
Technically, we used microphones connected to a mixing board then to a M-Audio Fast Track Pro audio interface. We use Audacity to record and edit the audio and published it to the web using WordPress.
This week’s guest on Meet The Staff was Alan Boucher. According to his bio, “Alan grew up in Louisville, KY where he attended and graduated from St. Francis DeSales High School in 2002. He went on to the University of Kentucky and received his B.S. in Mathematics in 2006. He stayed at the University of Kentucky and received his M.A. in Mathematics in 2008. While pursuing his M.A. he taught multiple classes as a teaching assistant. Most of the classes he taught were either algebra or calculus. He then moved to Bloomington, IN in August of 2008 with his fiancée, Katie, where he worked at Indiana University tutoring student athletes in math. In May 2009 Alan and Katie were married. In June 2009 he started a Transition to Teaching program at Indiana University, and in April 2010 received his Indiana teaching license for high school and middle school mathematics.” Thanks for joining us, Alan.