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!
Indiana Education Insight is a podcast produced by the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents and Edge Media Studios.
Host Dr. J.T. Coopman talks to higher education leaders and educators in the state of Indiana - working together to promote public education.
TeachingPartners Podcasts are lively, personal, teacher-driven conversations with leading educators, inspiring teachers, and engaging individuals who are committed to improving education and elevating the teaching profession.
We are a completely original storytime podcast for kids aged 4 - 9 years old! We are an interactive story podcast so be prepared to color and paint and have fun while listening, OR just listen too! We know you will fall in love with our funny, adorable characters. Let us take you on a heartwarming journey with stories that teach things like bravery, creativity, fun, joy and so much more! Welcome!
The How to Talk to Kids about Anything Parenting Podcast, hosted by Dr. Robyn Silverman (Child & Teen Development Specialist, parenting coach, author, speaker and mom of 2), provides hands-on tips, powerful scripts, inspiring stories and specific steps to make even the toughest conversations easier. Featuring revealing interviews with the top experts in their fields, How To Talk to Kids about Anything gives parents and educators the tools and take-aways they've been looking for but have yet to find. From bullying and the gift of failure to death, divorce, money, sex, anger, anxiety and more, listeners will discover what to do, what to say and how to say it in a non-judgmental, honest, accessible format. Consider Dr. Robyn’s How to Talk to Kid about Anything podcast, your one-stop-parenting-shop delivering exactly what you need, when you need it, from someone you trust.
Listen Learn Lead is a podcast by educators and for educators. It is hosted by Andrew Fenstermaker and Scott Stimmel from the Iowa City Community School District. Contact the hosts by email at [email protected] and explore show notes at www.listenlearnleadpodcast.com
Jobs in a Nutshell aims to shed light on what jobs entail in the real world and how to prepare for them. Each episode focuses on a profession or a career-related topic discussing facts, research, and interviews.
Over 80% of teachers in the U.S. are white. But most don’t know that their whiteness matters. TWW seeks to move the conversation forward on how to be consciously, intentionally, anti-racist in the classroom. Because "white" does not mean a blank slate. It is a set of assumptions that is the baseline from which everything is judged; it is what passes for normal. This means if you are not white or don’t adhere to those assumptions, you are abnormal or less than. TWW wants to have conversations about those assumptions: what they are, how they impact our students, and how we can confront our assumptions to promote racial literacy.
Welcome to the Punk Rock Preschool Podcast where we are changing the world one classroom at a time; that classroom...is your classroom! Together, we are going to design the perfect classroom to inspire your students and make school a rockin' place because in the Age of Information, teachers can have an impact that changes the world! Think about it: in today's world, a child with a passion and a love of learning can grow up to be anyone and anything they want to be. Imagine how much a passionate child can learn with the knowledge available on the internet. Imagine how much a passionate child can accomplish with direction and purpose at a young age. And imagine how much a passionate child can change the world with a head start on finding what they love. The possibilities are limitless! On the Punk Rock Preschool podcast, we will work together to design the perfect classroom where students are banging down your door every morning and leaving with a FOMO for school every afternoon! It all centers around three big ideas -- to imagine, to inspire, and to empower. 1) IMAGINE – Now is the time to dream big! Imagine new potentials and possibilities for all of your students. If you can dream it, they can do it. Their potential is as infinite as their imaginations! 2) INSPIRE – Inspire kids to pursue their biggest & wildest dreams. Tell them they can do anything they set their minds to! By working hard in school and never giving up, nothing is out of their reach! 3) EMPOWER – Give your students the tools and strategies to achieve their dreams! Empower your students with knowledge, stories, tools, passions, mindsets, habits, and much more to make their big & wild ambitions comes true. A child's potential is unlimited. If students are sponges, it’s time to help them absorb all they can. On the Punk Rock Preschool podcast, get the most unique perspectives on rethinking preschool, pre-k, ECE, Kindergarten, etc. to challenge and excite your classroom. Early Childhood Education should aim to inspire passions and make the greatest first impression of school. Join me on this adventure as we rethink preschool together!
Ideas, thoughts, interviews and growth for school leaders. If you are a school principal and are looking to grow your leadership skills, then this is a podcast you want to subscribe to! Curriculum, staff matters, change management, leading innovation and building a great school culture are just some of the topics covered. Grow your leadership for greatest impact in your school - listen to this podcast today.
By Stephen Mackey and James Carbary: Character Development Advocates
Coach 360 is a podcast dedicated to helping high school coaches take their leadership to the next level.
In each episode, we'll talk to high school coaches and athletic directors about topics like: developing culture, locker room management, character development, hiring staff, mental toughness, anger management, practice and preparation techniques, and more.
Every week join host and Ivy League grad Ben Peters for conversations regarding college admissions, academic success, and career development. Great podcast for those aged 16-30, and parents of students.
Acclaimed speaker, communicator, and author, Clint Thomas is committed to positively impacting teens. With over twenty years of experience working with America’s young people, Clint has been featured on NBC news, online, and in print through newspapers, journals and books. He is an expert in juvenile challenges, media consumption, and violence/bullying awareness. - See more at: http://reachyourcity.com/artists/clint-thomas/#sthash.tvNohVDZ.dpuf
Hacked Leadership provides insights, tools, and interviews to help accelerate innovation. To be successful in the Creative Age, we need to innovate and create building upon fast-paced technology. Learn how to achieve more and maximize your time and effort.
By Voice Teacher and author of the FULL VOICE Workbook series, Nikki Loney talks with talented Voice Professionals about issues and challenges voice teachers and choral directors face when working with young singers.
Podcast by Voice Teacher and author of the FULL VOICE Workbook series, Nikki Loney talks with talented Voice Professionals about issues and challenges voice teachers and choral directors face when working with young singers.
This series of podcast programs provides the independent learner — at home or at school — with the opportunity to learn good basic organizational skills and strategies for success in middle school. In ten lessons that interact with "The Middle School Student's Guide to Ruling the World!" textbook, students are entertained and educated as they follow along with the chronically disorganized kids of U.B. Smart Middle School. The podcasts are also a great way to supplement your school's in-class SOS instruction.
Applying to college is competitive, anxiety-provoking, and potentially the most rewarding part of high school. Since 2000, Tutor Ted has been on the front lines of getting into college through his ACT and SAT prep students, and really, since he applied to Princeton himself. In this podcast, Ted talks with admissions officers, college counselors, test prep tutors, and former clients to hear their perspective on best practices, pitfalls to avoid, and more than anything, staying sane while navigating the college admissions process. Ted promises to stick to his policy of keeping it “non-boring” too, so hopefully we’ll have some fun along the way.
How to Raise a Maverick is a weekly Podcast where Emily Gaudreau gets right to the nitty gritty interviewing top parenting and family experts. How to Raise a Maverick is for anyone with kids in their life that wants to see them grow into happy, resilient people that work their butts off and do the right thing regardless of the consequences. This Podcast was created for YOU, if you’re co parenting, a single parent, a foster parent, a mom, dad, grandparent, teacher, counselor or youth pastor. If you’re looking for simple actionable advice for really difficult situations while you drive, work-out or take a break Emily will have it for you. Each episode gives you unique tools and resources that will no doubt change the way you engage with your kids. Listening to How to Raise a Maverick will prepare you for ANYTHING kids can throw at you. Parenting is a crazy job don’t do it without the experts.
Writing for a unanimous Supreme Court in the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education opinion, Chief Justice Earl Warren claimed that segregation “generates a feeling of inferiority” among black students “that may affect their hearts and minds in a way unlikely ever to be undone.” As a white teacher in 100% non-white New York City schools, I think about these words often. How does segregation affect students’ hearts and minds? Recently, I started going into high schools across the city and asking them. Their testimony – raw, honest, revealing – forms the basis of the first season and adds missing perspectives to the growing conversation about school segregation.
Allegra Alvarado and Friends will have an easily digestible discussion of non-fiction books, biographical films, documentaries, and news interviews centered around people of color and minorities that have been sidelined in our history education. Find all podcast episodes at www.CoreTempArts.com.
You Are There is a great early radio program that not only entertained but educated the listener. Reported in first person the show places you the listener back into history to experience history as it unfolded. Reported live you will hear history take place in exciting recreations of histories greatest moments.
Raising Arrows Podcast is a place for overwhelmed moms to find encouragement, refreshment, vision and hope in the every day management of their homes and homeschools. Amy Roberts, author, speaker, blogger, and homeschooling mom of 10, offers practical tips, organization and scheduling ideas, and helpful hacks for simplifying the big things so you can enjoy the little things in life.
I created the Mr. Court EDU podcast to share my experiences as an educator in the modern day classroom to help teachers, coaches and those looking to increase their knowledge. This podcast is more about the day-to-day focus of being a teacher and the triumphs and struggles we face: Grading, times of year and students react, using educational technology to enhance the learning environment
By Sam Sherratt, Chad Walsh, Cathy Brown & Frank Hua
The Time Space Education Podcast is a regular recording of conversations about education between our consultants - Sam Sherratt, Chad Walsh, Cathy Brown and Frank Hua - as well as guest participants. The focus for conversations is based on the big idea of "revolutionizing school" and how educators can redefine the school experience for everybody involved in education.
Drs Matthew Taylor and Cade Charlton discuss the hottest educational topics - describe and review relevant research studies - and provide the audience with a deep understanding of the research that informs local to national school policy and practice.
Teuton Talks is a podcast created by students in central Kansas. Topics, hosts and interviews vary by show, but you'll totally dig what we're doing! Give us a shot and see what is relevant to students living in rural Kansas.
Not Just Cute, the Podcast is like listening to a conversation with your nerdy best friend. Who happens to be obsessed with child development. Each episode covers a different topic related to parenting, early childhood education, and healthy, whole child development in order to support teachers and parents in serving young children.
Learning and leadership evolve but what remains constant are school professionals who believe in student success. As Stephen Covey and Bud Spillane often said, “The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.” In a school setting, that means kids. This podcast journey is an opportunity to meet educators who love what they do and affect positive change in their school community.
Charlotte Mason advocated no formal education for children under age 6, so what do we do for kids younger than that? This podcast focuses on educating your child at home using the Charlotte Mason style.
The students of Woodend Primary School bring the school to you, the listener. They present school news as well as perform radio plays for your pleasure. Each week they feature an interview with a special guest from the school or a local member of the community. We also have our resident scientists who will share interesting facts from what they have been learning in the classroom.
By Queenie Tan : Early Childhood Education Specialist
Dedicated to ECE, this podcast aims to provide Inspiring Content that Drives Professional Development and Teacher Training of Early Childhood Educators, Daycare Providers, and Teachers in Nurseries, Playgroups and Kindergartens.
Simply Wholehearted is where you can expect to be inspired to live more unplugged, purposeful and intentional lives. Every week we will have a new episode sharing stories, ideas and helpful tools to empower you to live wholeheartedly.
By Pablo E Diaz: Education Technology Specialist, Blogger and Vlogger
TeachUsingTechnology.com presents the Pablo E Diaz show. This podcast is dedicated to the latest trends in education technology, bringing you interviews, reviews, how-tos, stories and the latest practices in the area of education.
Midnight Writer News is a podcast and website hosted by Editor-in-Chief S.T. Patrick. Midnight Writer News challenges the mainstream historical and political establishment in search of truth. Many of today's best alternative writers, speakers, and researchers will join S.T. Patrick in this ongoing search for truth in alternative history, conspiracy theories, contrarian thought, and new theories on classic tales.
A weekly collection of video shorts traveling through the important milestones of Your American Heritage. A serious, yet often whimsical review of important historical events from Washington’s inaugural to the civil rights movement that tie us all together as Americans. Originally intended as a teacher’s aid and now released for the enjoyment of all.
Teaching is a work of heart. It is some of the hardest work out there & we believe you need to take time to treat yourself & take care of yourself. Our podcast are about going the distance with teaching.
Parent, educator and author, Emmalou Penrod, shares experience of raising a family and over 23 years as a teacher in traditional public schools, a charter school and a private school to support parents, especially parents of special needs children, in the challenging task of navigating our educational system to get the best for their children.
There’s been a lot of discussion lately about education in the United States. ChangED host, Pat Flynn, is here to research what’s broken, and how we might be able to fix it. From pre-school to elementary school, high school and college, students are being educated in a way that isn’t best suited for the kind of life we live in today. You’ll hear guests that have had a massive impact in education, and those who are on their way. You (and Pat) will both discover new findings and discuss research for the purpose of hopefully, one day, finding a solution so we can prepare our children, and our world, for a better future.
Swift Teachers is an international discussion of teachers who use the Swift language to teach programming and basic computer science topics to students ranging from primary school to high school and university. Teachers share their insights on the why, how, and what of teaching Swift one lesson at a time toward Swift World Domination.