Carrie Conover is a passionate educator that has visited hundreds of classrooms across the nation. In this podcast, she and one guest educator discuss transforming teaching and learning. Each podcast will share 3 concepts you can bring back to your school or classroom to create an innovative and engaging environment for students.
GSD (Global Student Dynamic) takes global education to a whole new level as Dina Fesler's enlightening series of mind-expanding adventures, ideas, and musings bring world news stories into the classroom in a fun new way. With Dina as their intrepid-yet-offbeat guide, teens uncover the larger world around them, dig deeper into issues that affect them, and begin to discover new solutions to old conundrums. Listen for yourself and find out why GSD doesn't just teach students, it trains leaders.
This podcast offers uplifting dialogue to inspire and recharge classroom teachers. The practical strategies we discuss will help teachers create safe, positive and student led classrooms.
The inspiration for EDURecharge stems from a passion for helping new and veteran teachers be the best versions of themselves.
You are welcome to listen to my thoughts as an educator with over 14 years of experience in the urban setting. Radio companion to my book, “Teacher Pants: Reflections of a Career Built by Faith”. Classics and new stuff all mixed together for one great program. Thanks for listening.
Every week at the Knook Studio, Goldilocks brings you the latest chapter of the Knookerdoodle Adventure series. It’s a delight for the whole family, full of laughter and fun. Send us a note and let us know what you think about it! Until next week.... Knook Studio
Welcome to the new LPOSD School Zone radio show. We're on 1400am and 1450am every other Friday at 12:10pm to 1:00pm. We talk about all the cool things going on the Lake Pend Oreille School District. See you on the air!
Charlotte Mason Poetry is dedicated to promoting Charlotte Mason's living ideas. We strive to share an authentic interpretation of Mason’s life work through a combination of original and vintage articles by a wide variety of authors. Our team draws from and transcribes many rare and wonderful documents from the PNEU many of which cannot be found anywhere else on the web.
Bella and Me is a podcast for children. It's about an adventure seeking Jack Russell terrier named Bella and her "Daddy-O". Bella often finds herself in sticky moral situations and must choose to do the right thing or not. It's not always heavy though, most of the time, she exhausts Daddy-O with her inconsistent stories of her time in the Bayou, New Orleans, and Philadelphia.
En podd som tar upp specialpedagogiska frågor kopplade till förskola och grundskola. Det kommer att vara teman i avsnitten såsom ex inkludering, utvecklingsstörning och handlingsplan/åtgärdsprogram. Det är också en pod där ni har möjlighet att ställa frågor och ventilera funderingar, så är du verksam i förskola/skola eller är förälder så är det bara att maila in era frågor till [email protected]
To celebrate our birthday, the staff at Sydney Story Factory have chosen some of their favourite stories from the past five years of workshops and created these podcasts.
The stories are read by Bridie Connell, David Cunningham, Gen Fricker, Alex Lee, Zoe Norton Lodge, Russel Smith, Mark Sutton, and the students of Sydney Story Factory. Produced by Ben Jenkins with music by Benny Davis.
For more information and accompanying resources head to tinyurl.com/storyfactory5
Everyone has a great personal story that should be told. Sophomores at Barrington High School in Rhode Island have participated in an annual project titled "What's Your Story?" Students share a brief personal narrative addressing a deep personal impact on their lives. The stories are developed through a pitch process, peer critiquing, and rehearsals. This podcast represents the culmination of the best stories, selected by their peers, told before a live audience without notes or edits. Each story is certain to entertain, captivate, and enlighten listeners.
Please subscribe to hear additional episodes released each Wednesday. Share with your friends and be sure to leave us your comments to help us learn and grow!
Homeschooling in the North Woods is a homeschool podcast where Alisha (Canadian) and Amanda (American) have real conversations about the topics that matter to you, a homeschooling parent. Amanda & Alisha are both secular homeschoolers so a lot of their discussions come from a secular homeschooling view. They hope that you are encouraged and inspired each time you have a listen secular or not. Along with the podcast Homeschooling in the Northwoods is also a website full of resources. Check it out at www.homeschoolinginthenorthwoods.com
We’re talking to the educators utterly smashing college readiness. Hear what’s working for them, what’s not working, and learn how you can send more of your students to college. Presented by SchooLinks; the online college readiness platform streamlining college planning for high school districts. Incorporating personality and career discovery with AI-driven college matching on an automated platform. The easy-to-use solution keeps students, counselors and parents engaged through the college planning process. Get the show notes at schoolinks.com/talk.
We are excited to offer VCE Physical Education podcasts to students! Our podcasts offer in-depth discussion of areas covered in the VCAA Physical Education study design. Listeners are welcome to suggest improvements to the podcasts or ask specific questions to be answered in the upcoming podcast by contacting us.
By Elisabeth Bostwick, Laura Gilchrist, Heidi Veal
LeadUpTeach was born out of a desire to inspire educators and ignite innovation. At the heart of LeadupTeach is a commitment to dive deep into the instructional practices of today’s edleaders. By leveraging social media, Elisabeth Bostwick, Heidi Veal, and Laura Gilchrist strive to support educators by providing resources to strengthen their practice and develop a community of connected educators who can rely on one another as a PLN. We are passionate about collaborative leadership and amplifying teacher voice. LeadUpTeach is committed to highlighting innovative practices that promote student growth.
By Dr. Shaun Woodly: Education Professor and K-12 Staff Development Expert
Flourish in the classroom! That’s the goal of this podcast, to help you as an educator absolutely flourish in the classroom. Award-winning educator and professor, Dr. Shaun Woodly of UrbanAndEducating.com is sharing the research-based strategies of master educators to help you create the optimal learning environment in your classroom. Classroom management, student engagement, teacher lifestyle hacks, and everything else that works (and doesn’t work) to help you be the best teacher you can be! This podcast is fun, engaging, and insightful; it's basically your favorite sitcom, college professor, and classroom strategist all rolled into one! It’s truly the staff development you’ve always wanted, but didn’t know existed until now! Welcome to the Urban & Educating Podcast.
Join host and Early Childhood Consultant, Marissa Calderón as she captures the zen journeys of educators through interviews and discussions on best practices in the field. For more about Early Childhood Journeys visit: www.earlychildhoodjourneys.comFollow us on Social Media:Twitter: https://twitter.com/ECJourneysAzFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ECJourneysAz/Music track is called Lemon Tea from GYVUS provided by Chillhop Music, a platform dedicated to finding and sharing the bet chilled hiphop, jazzhop and triphop music and connecting people.More by Chillhop: http://chillhop.com/listenGYVUS - Weekend: http://soundcloud.com/gyvusListen on Spotify: http://bit.ly/ChillhopSpotify
We believe that education should be about authentic preparation for life in a real-world environment. To be ready for life, students need to practice life. They want to learn by practicing the skills, ideas, and habit they need to thrive in life beyond the test, beyond high school, and beyond college.
We want students engaged in learning by doing and actively participating in their own education. This is the very foundation of this podcast.
Join us to hear from real teachers practicing real PBL today.
Each week, host and first grade teacher Mrs. G. interviews her teacher friends who share stories of their journey into teaching, their favorite tricks of the trade, and what interests they have outside of the classroom. Have you ever wondered what happens in the Teacher's Lounge? Here's your chance to find out.
Mammoth Science is a podcast by the students at the Western Center Academy, a highly acclaimed STEM school in Hemet, CA. Students summarize cutting edge research and interview researchers about their work.
P.U.R.E. Moments is a weekly podcast that motivates, inspires, and empowers girls to live a FEARLESS life. My purpose is to help girls identify how Phenomenal, Unique, Remarkable and Exquisite they truly are!
The Adventures of Detective Mathema tell the story of Algebrus Mathema, the most famous mathematical detective in the world.
Whether it’s sequences or time, weights or algebra, Detective Mathema has the power to solve the puzzles.
MindTreeX presents the 21 most powerful educational concepts, technologies, and practices for learning in the 21st Century.
Enrichment as exemplified by "The Ice Cream Cone of Learning: The Brain, Learning and the Power of Audiobooks"
Optimal Productivity as exemplified by the Parable of Opti vs. Max
Khan Academy the ultimate manifestation of Mastery Learning using Computer technologies.
For a More "enriched" experience please visit MindTreeX.com for infographic and textual content increase sensory inputs and thereby increase learning and retention!
Every artist has a story. Share yours, and inspire a new generation of artists. How to Be An Artist is a bi-weekly interview podcast dedicated to documenting the unique stories of how artists became artists. High school Art Teacher Wendy Aracich will be traveling the U.S., meeting artists and learning more about the many ways aspiring artists can build a career in the arts. This podcast is not-for-profit and partially funded by a grant from Fund for Teachers.
Join your hosts, "The Boss" Jon Ross and "The Doctor of Proctors" Nick Indeglio as they discuss everything and anything related to the Principal-ship and Edu-Leadership in K-12 education. The podcast features special guests with prominent roles relevant to principals all over the world. With a unique blend of humor, timely topics, and "real" talk, the "Odd Couple" of Jon Ross and Nick Indeglio "bring it" each episode. Rock out with "twisted steel and school appeal!"
A podcast about English literature texts for senior high students. I am a teacher of senior English and Literature in Melbourne, Australia but have also taught at schools in New South Wales and in Oxford in the UK. If you're wondering about the title of the podcast, it's a reference to my name, Mrs Watkins and what many regard as the best opening line to a book: "Call me Ishmael" from Herman Melville's "Moby Dick".
Host of this podcast is Heather Laurie, a veteran special needs homeschooling momma to 5 wonderful children, offering practical encouragement and support to special needs families and families that are going through a rough patch. Get your preferred cuppa and find a place to relax for a few minutes with me as we learn to find Victory over Adversity.Going through trials and adversity is part of life. It’s how we handle them and work through the storms that show our love of the Lord and character to the little eyes that are watching. Let me help you, sharing my experience as a caregiver and chronically ill mom.
The Friendly Disruption Podcast is targeted to educators looking to improve their practice. Our conversations and guest will focus on digital tools, particularly assistive technology and creating personalized learning environments.
On “How ‘Bout Them Apples!?” Max Summers and his fellow teachers give a comedic look into what it’s truly like to be a teacher in today’s schools. These are real teachers with real stories and will give you, the listeners, an uncensored look into their lives. Education is a serious topic, but these teachers will talk about personal experiences with their own brand of humor.
On February 19, 2017, eighteen-year-old Sergio Reyes was shot fourteen times and killed by police officers in his neighborhood. On June 28, 2017, the day he would have graduated, seven of Sergio's classmates launched the first episode of a three-part podcast to honor their friend and explore the narratives and social forces surrounding the events that lead to his death.
This podcast began as a documentary theatre piece written and performed by Sergio's classmates, and based on interviews with his friends, teachers, law enforcement, media, and New York City community.
By Betsy Potash: Education Blogger + Curriculum Designer
This podcast is full of creative teaching strategies, classroom ideas, and inspiration for middle and high school English teachers. Betsy Potash from Spark Creativity presents new ideas for immediate classroom use, making it that much easier for teachers to stay creative in the midst of their busy lives. Show notes and further inspiration await at nowsparkcreativity.com.
Barn Chatter is a series focused on the Indiana 4-H Animal Science Projects. Inviting special guests, host Aaron Fisher interviews practitioners, faculty, volunteers, and Indiana 4-H members to share valuable perspectives and information that influence Indiana 4-H animal agriculture. Barn Chatter aims to answer commonly asked questions, provide helpful tips and practices, and keep listeners up to date on best practices and policies regarding Indiana 4-H Animal Science. Join us for Barn Chatter: Sharing the truth of animal science learning and getting past all the chatter.
The Jessica Klepack Podcast gives you simple steps you can implement today and help become a better, happier version of yourself. I hope to create a virtual community of like-minded people together to help make a difference in the world. This podcast is about fit life coaching, personal development, personal growth, priorities, productivity, and of course family.
In his book Writing to Be Read and in thousands of interactions with teachers and writers, Bread Loaf Professor Ken Macrorie shared his conviction that writing read orally is writing brought alive. With this series of podcasts, the Bread Loaf Teacher Network invites listeners to enjoy pieces developed in Bread Loaf contexts. We invite you to comment, and to submit your own writing to be read.
Parenting is the hardest, bestest job that anyone could have. While no expert, podcast host Darone Ruskay has a lot of ideas about the struggles and successes of being a parent... from an Abba's perspective
Tanya For Teens Series with Rabbi Manis Friedman Centuries before society realized the importance of the mind to healthy living, chapter 26 of Tanya had already turned itself to understanding its many struggles. Utilizing the authentic text and traditional Jewish learning methods, you’ll see the interplay between mental and spiritual health through the lens of Torah– and its path of healing for those who suffer.http://itsgoodtoknow.org
By Julian Toha: music educator, former concert pianist, tech nerd and podcaster
On this show we interview experts who help children to develop their talents. These experts can be in music, arts education, sports or an academic teacher. Basically anyone who works regularly with children or develops programs for them. On this show we are looking to share the strategies, secrets and processes that these experts use everyday to help kids become great.
Educators may have the most important yet challenging jobs in modern society. Class Dismissed Podcast is here to inspire educators through story and keep them up-to-date with news that affects them directly.
So relax and enjoy the lighthearted 30 minute episodes, while working around the house or commuting to work. Plus, we'll leave you with a big idea in education that you can apply in your community.
The weekly podcast is hosted by Teacher- Lissa Pruett, Education Expert-Russ Davis, and Journalist- Nick Ortego
We would love to hear from you! If you would like to write the show, email us at [email protected]
By Office of Community College Research and Leadership, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
This monthly podcast focuses on P-20 education pathways with a focus on research and leadership that promotes educational equity, justice, and excellence for all students. This podcast is a product of the Office of Community College Research and Leadership or OCCRL at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Learn more about OCCRL at occrl.illinois.edu.
A weekly podcast providing a regular source of practical information, encouragement and inspiration for parents of school-aged boys hosted by veteran journalist and news anchor, Leigh Hatcher.
“The Brave Hearts Bold Minds podcast series uncovers practical tools with which parents of school age boys can engage, encourage and challenge their sons for wisdom and compassion”
By Daniel Rechtschaffen: Mindfulness Education Creator and Educator
Join Founder and Director Daniel Rechtschaffen as he explores mindfulness and social-emotional learning tools, techniques, and philosophies for students and teachers. If you are a teacher interested in bringing the gift of mindfulness to your students, this podcast is for you!
Formerly The Greatest MEND Podcast, Connectopod is growing! Youth reporters from all over the map connect to each other, their communities, and the world at large to bring you stories from a unique perspective.Turn needing into leading.
By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Digital Learning Project
People write songs about a lot of things, mostly things that mean a lot to us. We write songs about desire, songs about loneliness, about heartbreak, love, and for some reason, we also write lots and lots of songs about cars. For more, visit artsedge.kennedy-center.org.
Technically Educated is a conversation between educators about professional learning ideas, thoughts, and experiences with a special emphasis on classroom implications for practice and instruction delivery. It is hosted by Trumbull Career and Technical Center teachers, but is for everyone!
Alpine Valley School is a K-12 school in Wheat Ridge CO founded in 1997. We are a non-profit, independent school that follows the Sudbury Model of education. This podcast features interviews with graduates of our school, plus discussions of our unique philosophy, and ways to get involved.
I am searching for how people create joy. I want to know what outlets people seek to bring happiness to their everyday lives.
Each guest is asked to fill in this blank. Their episode is how they answer the question.
"I feel happy when ___________."
Counting down the days until the end of the year? Escape the stress of school with Class Dismissed, a podcast designed for educators by educators. Each week, we swap real stories - funny and heartbreaking - from our daily lives in school and beyond. Join us to hear lively debate on policy issues, questions from listeners seeking advice, and ridiculous stories from a day in the life of an educator. In a profession that is all-consuming, we need a place to discuss the good and the bad - without censorship or judgement. Tune in on the drive home. These are the conversations that need to be had...after the kids leave. Class Dismissed is hosted by Cristin Kelly, Andy Schmitz, & Cal Wysocki. Follow the show @ClassDismissedu.
TpT Talk features Inspiring discussions about Teachers pay Teachers success and best practices. Hear discussions with some of the most successful sellers about how they got started and what keeps them motivated. TpT Talk is a podcast designed to inspire TpT sellers to maximize the effectiveness and quality of their store.
Deutsch für Fortgeschrittene: Beziehungskrisen, Zahnarztbesuche, Wohngemeinschaften und Supermärkte: Zwanzig Hörszenen führen mitten ins Leben. Der Audiokurs festigt und erweitert bereits vorhandene Deutschkenntnisse.
Randall Black works as a Technology Systems Specialist for Putnam County Schools in West Virginia. He is a former classroom teacher and Technology Integration Specialist. He tries to stay on the forefront of educational technology and share that information with teachers and other educational professionals.
Founded in 1982 by U.S. Secretary of Education Terrel Bell, the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program honors exemplary public and private American schools. Each year, elementary, middle, and high schools across the country are recognized for the exemplary academic performance of their students or for making significant improvements in their students’ levels of academic performance.
Teaching, brewed. This is a series of conversations between passionate educators. We talk about teaching, learning and ed tech issues that are relevant to the teacher’s world. Sometimes the conversations will lean on at one group of teachers, like specialists. Sometimes it will be about everyone, including administrators. We’re doing this to:
Reflect on our own practice
Discover something new that we can use in our lessons
Contribute, and not just Consume
The hosts are both teachers with 10 yrs experience, both Google Trainers and Certified Innovators and both are international workshop leaders.
A unique and nurturing place to hear stories from children about how it feels to be excluded, mocked, and bullied because you’re different, in color or ability – or how it feels to be accepted despite those differences.
Planning Period Podcast features Instructional Technology Coach Brad Shreffler interviewing teachers and other school stakeholders. As a podcast, he is focused on making a guest centered education podcast, not necessarily talking to experts in any field, or focusing the discussions on one topic, but instead having a natural, comfortable conversation with a teacher and seeing where that discussion takes them.
Im Podcast JugendNarrative von Kristin Narr sind Jugendlichen und junge Menschen die Gesprächspartner*innen. Den Rahmen bilden die Themen Bildung und Digitales, die öfter mit einem Schwerpunkt, über das sie sich im Speziellen unterhalten, versehen wird. Die Inhalten sind ihre eigenen Meinungen, Erfahrungen und Vorstellungen. Das Ziel dahinter: Kristin möchte die Sichtweisen und Ideen Jugendlicher kennenlernen und hörbar machen, was sie denken, brauchen und wollen!