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By Larry Geni
A discussion about an educational approach that redefines the very purpose of schools.
By Colleen Kessler
Want to raise your kids to love learning? To become lifelong learners -- children who know that they can find the answers to anything they're curious about? This podcast about learning, exploring passions, cultivating creativity, and encouraging our kids to be fascinated by the world around them. Grab a cup of coffee or tea, and listen to how others help inspire kids to view their world with play and passion and fascination.
By CCAA JH students
Creative Connections Junior High Podcasting class in North Highlands, CA, presents their podcasts of many sorts!
By Kevin Blackstock
By Kevin Blackstock
By Mr. Garrity's Class
We are a group of 3rd Grade students asking big questions about the world and researching to find the answers.
By Kevin Mc Laughlin
Riddles collected form the web and given a mystic ambience.
By Noah Banks
This is a podcast that contains recorded lectures and notes from my classroom for your use, whether educating yourself or for use in educating others. Feel free to use in any educational setting; please attribute work to me.
By Laura Marabito
First Graders tell their original stories. These stories have been written by First Graders at the Laurel School in Shaker Heights, Ohio. After practicing their stories, students recorded a reading on an i-pad.
By Energize Students & Jane Bluestein
Join the conversation and find out how you can help. This podcast is a platform for the non-profit organization Energize Students. The organization addresses issues, celebrates successes, educates the public and connects students, educators, parents, and community members in constructive discussions that will create positive change in our current education system. This podcast is designed to educate students, parents, teachers and concerned community members about the current state and needs ...
A podcast series featuring insights from educators who are positively impacting student learning in the classroom.
By Christina Corser & Nick DiNardo: K-12 Teacher and Blended Learning Strategist
The Be Education Podcast is your one-stop-shop for all things related to K-12 classroom teaching. Practical tips to learn how to implement blended learning techniques, driving classroom culture, differentiation, how to approach rigor and mastery, and much more. Whether you are a new teacher or a veteran educator, the Be Education Podcast will have actionable tips to help you drive student learning.
By Camp Mini-Yo-We
Our mission at Camp Mini-Yo-We is to develop tomorrow's leaders through life-changing adventure in God's creation. This show is dedicated to help next generation leaders grow and flourish! A mixture of interviews and helpful tips to help you lead at home, school, work and beyond!
By Alison Meloserdoff
The Stay Classy Podcast is your source for an inside look at what’s actually happening in classrooms today. It's a space for educators to connect, laugh, and develop as professionals in a fun and engaging way! Join us as we try to "stay classy" in the midst of the chaotic world of teaching.
By Family and Community Engagement, Cat Tompkins
Chesterfield County Public School's Engage Podcast is a production of CCPS Family and Community Engagement Office or FACE. We welcome you to join us as we discuss topics that affect our school community. Our goal is to strengthen ties between home and school, families and teachers, and schools with the communities they serve through open dialogue. Engage with us!
By KC McKenna & Matt Stepnowsky
Chronicling one school's quest to be the best version of itself and sharing the stories of the teachers and school leaders seeking to create a culture of innovation.
By Kevin Blackstock
Find out about Pivotal response Treatment, how it can help a person with autism and where to learn more.
By Kevin Blackstock
By Stephen Stanger
This is the podcast for Champaign Central High School's student newspaper The Chronicle.
By Chris Hardman
Open Door Policy is a podcast presented by Auburn (AL) City Schools in which we have conversations with those in and around Auburn City Schools, as well as the Auburn Community.
By Gail Ledbetter: Author and Classical Educator
Gail Ledbetter, author of Timeline of Classics: Historical Context for the Good and Great Books, offers common-sense strategies and resources for simplifying the complicated path toward the literary education that most of us did not get. Any teacher of history or literature can benefit from her methods that were honed over many years in the classroom, as an online instructor, and teaching mom. Keyword outlining, vocabulary study, literary devices, quotes, book annotation, Socratic discussion,...
By Nicole S. Turner
The Educator's Caravan Podcast is the place for all things teaching and coaching. Nikki Turner brings a breath of fresh air to discussing coaching, instructional, management and engagement strategies. Nikki interviews teachers and coaches on the way in which they implemented strategies, the dos and don'ts in education and goes solo to teach in a step by step format so that you can "Be More Than Effective" in your role. To sign up for free webinars, gain access to resources and much much more ...
By Adam Andrews
A podcast for the whole family featuring word for word readings of classic stories and great books for all ages.
By Mr. Meta
Mr. Meta takes time to reconnect with old students that have passed through his classroom at one or many times throughout their education.
By Ruth Adams
The Legacy Homeschool Reflections first podcast by Ruth Adams is taken from her book Legacy - Reflections of a Homeschooled, Homeschooling Mama.
By Stefan Schober
In this Podcast you hear some interesting details about "False Friends". Listen exactly and enjoy! All the best!
By Adam Forester
Bethany High School Chemistry Unit Vodcasts
By Valerie Daigre
Reading from the book Beautiful Brown Eyes
By Stan Goldberg
New approaches to teaching are reported frequently. New studies are released that give us guidance as to the direction we should take in our teaching and the profound thinkers of the day share with us their thoughts, all at the Senior Dad Teaching Teaching Methods Briefing Room (TMBR)
By Arianne Craig Jolla
Arianne Craig Jolla, (Author, Speaker and Educator), hated teaching so much that she started her own school! The Teach Your OWN Kid podcast is an extension of the book Teach Your OWN Kid: Schools Can't Do It Alone, which was released in August 2017. The TYOK podcast is a continuation of Arianne's effort to develop stronger partnerships between the school community and the community's families.
Erin Murphy, co-author of Hacking Project Based Learning and Middle School Administrator, discusses topics related to leadership, literacy, and authentic learning experiences. The brief, nitty-gritty approach of this podcast offers listeners turnkey ideas for their classrooms or schools.
By Gregory Marino
This show is based on my own principles and strategies for teaching and learning. We will explore a wide range of topics including classroom management, scaffolding, differentiation, engaging lessons, working with co-teachers, and so much more. Additionally, we will have former students on to discuss their experiences in education, other teachers and school leaders, and other professionals related to education. This podcast is not just for new teachers. I intend to contribute to a movement of...
By Matt Hamilton
Prospect High School's fun, interactive, and engaging way for students and staff to share about their passions, advice, topics, and events.
By Pete Huryk
The focus of Soccer Life Balance is to help you become a better player and better person by answering your questions and interviewing influential people with insights to take you from where you are to where you want to be.
By Andrew Easton
Westside Community Schools is committed to the implementation of personalized learning district-wide and to the personalized movement across the country in education. In this podcast, we are proud to share our personalized experiences and reflections.
By Kelly Jackson
The Simply Teach Podcast is a podcast by teachers for teachers. The goal of Simply Teach is to encourage classroom teachers right where they are with practical and simple tools to use in your classroom.
By Frontline Education
What if you could hear from leaders in school systems all around the country? People who are finding innovative ways to solve problems and make strategic decisions as they work to hire, develop, retain and support teachers and staff? From superintendents to principals, from human resources to curriculum and instruction to special education, we’re talking with people who have something to say in K-12 – and we’re sharing those conversations here.
By Jon Hagadorn
Expand your horizons with this collection of hand-picked classic short stories and tales from writers like Jack London, Guy de Maupassant, Louisa May Alcott, Hans Christian Anderson, Ambrose Bierce, and many others. These fast-paced stories are chosen for their unique flavor and suitable for all ages and tastes, and provide a window to a time when writers knew how to tell great stories using descriptive words and phrases. You can also enjoy full length classics now (one-four chapters per ...
By Angela Ammerman
This podcast is designed to advance student-centered music education through the dissemination of techniques, research, and anecdotal advice from the most passionate, innovative, and esteemed music teachers in the country!
By Melissa Garlington
Find amazing animal stories to tell your kids. They're based on the letters of the alphabet and each character has a unique story to tell!
By Power Speaks Louder
PSL Podcast is a weekly broadcast designed to illustrate in-depth narratives on what it truly means to "live" in this day. With an emphasis on "living with purpose, and living on purpose," founder and CEO, B. Hunter—offers insight, perspective, and experience on turning life's everyday challenges into footstools by The Power of Words.
Discussions of interest to Salem parents, students, and the community.
By JJ Gadd
Stories about Australian animals for younger listeners.
By Monico Yadao
This podcast focuses on the Lane Tech community. Students and teachers talk about social, cultural, and political issues through open and authentic conversation. Personal student podcasts may be featured on here, as well.
By Let's Talk About School
Let's Talk About School is all about education and how we can improve our our education system. Hosts Ben and Eryn will take you through a variety of topics in the education world.
Conversations with experts hosted by kids. Students at Rocky Hill School interview leaders and innovators across all industries who are creating impact in a variety of fields. Using 5 questions guests will reveal and and celebrate how they best support our next generation of leaders.
By Only Emerging
Love and wisdom
By Touran Waters
Michael J. Feuer, Dean of the George Washington University's Graduate School of Education and Human Development, talks with researchers, practitioners, and policymakers about effective strategies and ideas for improving our schools and colleges. He explores ways to connect their worlds to take on some of education’s most complex issues. Education is the greatest contributor to ​​our nation's economic and social progress. It requires knowledge, agility, and optimism ​from many sources. ​Fro...
By Students of Harrison Jr. High School
Students of History is a podcast created by students at Harrison Jr. High School located in Harrison, Ohio. Each episode covers a different topic that students selected, researched, recorded, and edited in class.
By Tatum B.
My day-to-day accounts of 5th grade
Leading from the Classroom features the 2017 Teachers of the Year sharing the powerful experiences that have shaped them as educators. Hear from our nation's most passionate teachers about the heart, hopes, struggles, and strengths they see in their classrooms every day.
By Daniel Short
A podcast that helps teachers and students find ways to make the future more sustainable. Finding solutions to what I am calling the Sustainability Puzzle is one of the most important challenges we all face in modern life. You'll hear stories of both successes and failures of people taking action to find what works for them in the real world for real people.
By Katelyn Asare
I'm inviting you to sneak into my luggage and join me as I research, learn and live in South East Asia.
By T. Michael W. Halcomb
A podcast run from Kailua, HI, by educators within the Classical Christian tradition.
By Klinger Middle School
This podcast will highlight students, staff, educational experiences, and all things pertaining to Klinger Middle School.
By Macmillan Holdings, LLC
As summer draws to a close, there's one question on everyone's mind: Are you ready to head back to school? The Quick and Dirty Tips hosts have compiled their best tips to help you and your kids go back to school in one handy guide. You'll get tricks for studying, saving money on school supplies, and getting organized, as well as quick refreshers on basic math, science, and grammar concepts to help you and your kids succeed right off the bat. Visit for more e...
By First Baptist Oviedo
Mothers of a Preschoolers, or MOPS, is a non-denominational, international program designed to support and encourage mothers with preschoolers, infant through kindergarten. Our monthly meetings are filled with opportunities for you to build relationships with other moms over a hot brunch, enjoy speakers covering topics of interest and make crafts that are fun and unique. We want to invite you to join us!
By The EmancipationPodcastStation
The Emancipation Podcast Station is a Podcast by several US History students at Epic Charter School in Oklahoma. Join us as we discuss everything from Pre-America to the Internet Age
By Ben Newsome from Fizzics Education
For educators and teachers working to make STEM amazing... no matter whether you're teaching science in grade 1, running a high school lab or delivering science shows in a museum, this education show helps you teach science & technology the way kids want to learn. The FizzicsEd Podcast brings in educators from across Australia and around the world to talk about tips, tricks, lessons and learnings they've had whilst working with students in the classroom and beyond. Hosted by Ben Newsome, ...
By KSL News Radio
KSL NewsRadio's Teacher Feature recognizes outstanding teachers in the Utah community. Each teacher is presented each week by a different KSL NewsRadio personality who talks about how they make a difference in the lives of the children they teach. Each winning teacher is honored with a plaque from Zions Bank, an overnight stay at Anniversary Inn, a gift certificate for dinner at the beautiful Roof Restaurant at Temple Square and a pair of season tickets from Hale Centre Theater! All winne...
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Jeff Utecht leads discussions with educators from around the globe on how educators and administrators are shifting their schools to meet the needs of today's learners.
By One More Page Podcast
One More Page is a podcast for lovers of kids’ books. Whether you’re a kid, a librarian or just one of those people who never grew up…this is the podcast for you. Packed full of interviews, book reviews and industry gossip, not to mention the occasional fart joke, One More Page is your fortnightly foray into the world of children’s books.
By Gretchen Lindell, EdM: Educator, Faculty Developer, and Student Success Motivator
Gretchen Lindell, EdM, from The Art of Good Teaching connects with professionals from across the field of education to reveal best practices that take a teacher from good to great. Discover how you can lead your students to success utilizing the techniques and resources shared on this show. Although Gretchen admits that she is not an expert in any and all things in terms of education, she seeks to speak with the people who are and to share their insights with you. Gretchen has seen the bes...
By FinalsiteFM
Finalsite founder and CEO Jon Moser talks about trends he's seeing on school sites and shares updates to Finalsite's products and services.
By BAM Radio Network - The Twitterati Channel
Eric Sheninger is a thought leader and an award winning high school principal. On this show he answers tough questions education leaders have about adapting to the digital revolution in education. The show is aimed at educators who have doubts about the edtech revolution and those who have accepted it, but are unsure what to do, first, next and later.
By Fireborn Institute
A podcast for parents who want to learn specific strategies to help their kids succeed in school both academically and socially.
By Jarrod Robinson
Step Inside The World of Physical Education & Emerging Technologies with The PE Geek TV
By Jamin Coller
Jamin and Wendy had six children in seven years. Even though they are both former school teachers, their two personalities are very different, and here they explore the differences and compromises that make their happy home. Wendy is an encouraging, optimistic, d-i-y, artsy stereotype of a kindergarten teacher. Jamin is practical, cynical, and contrary. Listen as they both share their perspectives in ridiculously candid fashion on homeschooling, family culture, housekeeping, and your questio...
By Linda Dunnavant
A podcast featuring in-depth conversations about the past, present, and future of K-12 education in Nashville. © 2017 L. Dunnavant. All Rights Reserved.
By Kevin Blackstock
By Bay Tree Blog
Providing teaching tools for educational specialists, the Exceptional Educator features master teachers, authors, thought-leaders, and researchers for in-depth discussions about the best ways to reach every student in the classroom, regardless of ability or learning difference. Your host, Anne-Marie Morey, is a Board Certified Educational Therapist and blogger at
By Sab Will
For all learners and teachers of English and lovers of this crazy language! Short educational snippets of interest and amusement from the Unique Hotch Potch English language learning web site, created by Sab Will. Our goal is to finally offer you with a language learning solution for busy professionals and stressed students alike. You have never seen an English language learning web site like Hotch Potch English before. Have fun learning with us, and May Your English FLY!
By The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario
Introduction to the Talk LD Podcast Series Welcome to TalkLD, a series of podcasts which explore a variety of educationally relevant topics in the field of learning disabilities (LDs), produced by the [email protected] team. [email protected] is the first bilingual resource of it’s kind, designed to provide Ontario educators with meaningful information, research and resources to help support students with LDs. [email protected] was developed by the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario (LDAO), with support...
By Matt Abney
The PBIS Network podcast features interviews with the host of the show, Matt Abney, and leaders in the schools on their PBIS systems and interventions to provide other school teams with advice and vision in developing the PBIS systems at their schools.
By BAM Radio Network - The Twitterati Channel
Spend a minute in the mind of former Assistant Secretary of Education, education historian and education advocate Diane Ravitch as shares her thoughts on the changing education landscape.
By Panoply / Pinna
A new episode every day from December 1st through the 24th: an Advent calendar audio adventure! "You’re listening to WXMAS North Pole Radio. Jolly Snowspice here. THIS JUST IN: Christmas is coming! Time for the Pole's annual mission to the World Below. And for the first time in 862 years, the journey to visit kids from the four corners of the Earth is changing guard! But when the entire mission is put in jeopardy, can it be completed in time to save Christmas? Tune into WXMAS right here ever...
By Kathy Barth and Paige Polcene
Tune in to our fun, informative, and a-bit-irreverent, podcast. Kathy and Paige offer insight and commentary on contemporary issues in education and on the teacher life, and pair it all with a lovely cocktail or wine.
By Jason Kotch
Podcasts from the Garnet Valley Elementary School in Glen Mills, PA.
By Andrew Anderson, Ed.D.
A podcast for educators, families, and other members of the Barrington Middle School learning community. The podcast is hosted by Dr. Andrew Anderson, principal of Barrington Middle School. Episodes will feature a Principal's Update, Spotlight on Learning, News You Can Use, and a Teachable Moment.
By Nathan Horne & Joey Feith
The #PhysEd Podcast is a collection of conversations between Joey Feith ( and Nathan Horne ( on all things related to Physical Education. Learn about who to follow on Twitter, apps for your PE lessons, and ideas you can use in your gym.
By Colin Meeks
This podcast is here to help connect you with some of the many people, places, and services that can help you in your journey of raising a family member with special needs. Every week we interview someone in our community that we feel may be able to help you or someone you know. Please check back often and be sure to subscribe on iTunes so that you’ll get our latest episode automatically. We know life keeps us very busy, so we’ll remind you when we’ve got something interesting to share. T...
By Michael Davis
Interviews with outstanding musicians of our time with Michael Davis, international recording artist, trombonist, composer, and clinician. Provided by Hip-BoneMusic. (
By Nicole Eredics & Terri Mauro
A weekly podcast hosted by Nicole Eredics and Terri Mauro which involves a virtual roundtable discussion about the promise and practice of inclusive education.
By theEDfiles
A UK Education news, reviews and interviews programme.
By LearnFast
Stories from around the world that help make lear…
By Angélique SU
" " est une méthode video d’apprentissage de l’écriture et de la culture chinoises chinoises conçue pour les francophones. Les video-podcasts sont élaborés avec un esprit créatif et ludique et constitués à partir de la liste des 150 mots chinois du HSK niveau 1. Passez voir notre video qui vous emmène dans l’aventure passionnante de l’apprentissage des caractères chinois.
By Kevin Blackstock
By Dave Fagg
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By Kathy Lee
The REAL Kathy Lee is an honest podcast for REAL moms. It's where we talk about real life… real motherhood. Topics will include helicopter parenting, how to really connect with your children, how to find your joy in motherhood, why every mom needs an “all by herself” vacation, how to refrain from jumping in the car and just driving away, and why saying YES is the most powerful response to a young child’s requests.
By Jeff Johnson
From silly to serious, Tiffany and Kristen answer your early learning questions in this weekly show.