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By Jeffrey D. Bradbury (TeacherCast Educational Broadcasting Network)
Welcome to a new podcast series, the Jersey Educator Podcast, A podcast featuring New Jersey Education Association members. Whether you are a teacher, an education support professional, or a New Jersey Student Education Association member, this show will serve as a platform to help YOU bring out the best in your students . . . each and every day in your schools. The shows are hosted by Jeff Bradbury of (@TeacherCast) and Jim Boice, a field representative with NJEA (@boiceint...
SLUH's INSIGNIS podcast features lively interviews with members of our school community engaged in a variety of roles and fascinating projects "down the hall, across the Metro area and around the world" in support of our mission.
By Wonkana Productions
The only podcast that examines the academy transition for schools.
By Elle Campbell
Hi, friends! I’m Elle and I blog about youth ministry and student ministry at Each episode of this podcast is the audio version of one of my blog posts. We’ll talk about stuff like training volunteers, partnering with parents, creating environments that students love, and building a healthy small groups culture. Hope it’s helpful!
By Steven Thompson
The Premier Podcast for Leaders who work from home!
New podcast weblog
Podcasts for Advanced Placement Macro Economics and Advanced Placement U.S. Government
By Andres Reconco
The Four-O-Eight is a montly public podcast. It is produced by a group of ambitious juniors and seniors at the Los Angeles High school of the Arts. We pick a theme and then we explore that theme through stories.
By Jason Bryant
The Guillotine Grapevine is the official podcast of The Guillotine, Minnesota's oldest magazine and website dedicated to the state's youth, high school, college and Olympic-level wrestlers. Hosted by Mat Talk Online's Jason Bryant and publisher of The Guillotine, Jeff Beshey, The Guillotine Grapevine will discuss relevant topics and preview events in the Land of 10,000 wrestlers. The Guillotine is on the web at Part of the Mat Talk Podcast Network.
By Jamie Miles
Learn how to study more effectively by having your study challenge questions answered by Oxford and Cambridge graduates.
By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network
Based on the book by Marlee Matlin and Doug Cooney, explore the creation of the Kennedy Center's Theater for Young Audiences and VSA Arts production of Nobody's Perfect. This podcast series goes behind the scenes to look at how the book was brought to the stage, including how American Sign Language was incorporated into a lively musical (ASL captioning is included in every episode in this series). ARTSEDGE, the Kennedy Center’s arts education network, supports the creative use of technology t...
By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network
This series, from the archives of the Kennedy Center's Education Department, brings you a glimpse of the history and diversity of China's performing arts.
By bReel Productions
Our 12 and 9 year olds are leading our family on a trip around the world for 13 months. They have decided on which countries to visit and are overseeing our budgets, our packing, where we eat and what we do. Yes, both my wife and I might need therapy when we return, but in the meantime, it's the trip of a lifetime and we want to share our journey with you.
By Richard Meagher
This video podcast site for my high school physics classes is being developed, following the success of my high school chemistry podcasts, ( If you like my site please click on the 'send to a friend' link below the episodes. All the best for your studies this year, Richard If you have the time could you please do the 6 question survey about this site, which is listed in the links below?
By The Learning is Change Podcast
I believe the best way to create change within education is to reflect upon the practice of teaching and learning with those who are doing it every day. My podcast is part of a deeply engaged community. It, as an extension of my blog and Youtube channel, are where I get to tackle all of the things I would like to learn how to change in Education with a community of reflective practice teachers and leaders in order to create an engine for authentic learning.
By ND United
If you’re a teacher or a student, we’ve developed a podcast just for you. It’s an exciting and important time in education in North Dakota. The door is wide open for innovative ideas to better equip our children for the future. What needs to done to prepare the next generation of students and teachers? And what does innovative education look like in action? Our conversations will include Governor Doug Burgum. We’ll also hear from key decision makers and most importantly teachers and studen...
By Joey Feith
The #PhysEd Show is a physical education podcast. Listeners can expect to be inspired by innovative ideas and resources for their teaching, amazing guest interviews, and other fun segments that have been designed to light a fire in every physical educator's belly! Hosted by Joey Feith, founder of
By James Miller
A podcast about journalism, education, journalism education and education journalism. Website: Twitter: @fc2nshow
By Andrew Baldacci
Every Monday, Pat Bhava brings you interviews with everyone from Superintendents to Safety Officers to well-regarded thought leaders who share actionable advice to help your district thrive. We cover the latest trends in education to make sure you and your district stay ahead of the curve and also share battle-tested strategies from superintendents who have been through it all. If you’re tired of hearing advice that is long on theory and short on practical, hands-on tips, then you’re in the r...
By Oscar Guazzarotto
An 11 year old motoring enthusiast talking about cars, motor racing and all things automotive from the perspective of a kid. Join Oscar G as he shares his passion for cars in a way that is relatable to kids and adults alike. Vrrrroooooooom!!
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.
By Purdue Agriculture
The 4th H is a series focused on highlighting healthy living in Indiana 4-H. Host Angie Frost will tackle myths about nutrition, physical activity and social/emotional health. Together we will discuss healthy living topics with an emphasis on evidence-based best practices. As we pledge our health to better living, The 4th H encourages youth and families to make a positive change for health. Join us as we bring a renewed energy and focus to the 4th H!
By The Dock for Learning
The Dock List is a selection of recordings for teachers, administrators, board members, parents, and pastors serving in Anabaptist education. Recordings are courtesy of CASBI, Christian Light, Faith Builders, and other conservative Anabaptist organizations. More recordings are available at
By SMA San Diego
Catholic school located in SouthBay San Diego, educating students PreK-8th grade for over 50 Years. We interview and discuss people, organizations, and topics impacting St Michael Academy and the community around us. When You're Here You're Home!
By National Association of School Nurses
The NASN School Nurse Chat, a podcast hosted by NASN Executive Director Donna Mazyck, highlights timely student and school health topics of interest to school nurses and other professionals focused on student health and well-being. For more information about the NASN School Nurse Chat podcast, contact Margaret Cellucci, NASN Director of Communications at [email protected]
By Youth Ministry Booster
The companion podcast for the Science For Youth Ministry Project made possible by the John Templeton Foundation and in partnership with Luther Seminary. Explore the curriculum, meet the teachers, and learn as a student of science and faith.
This podcast is produced by NYS AHPERD and episodes will have specific information relating to our organization. However, episodes are also geared towards health and physical education teachers from all over the world. Tune in as we share best practices in health and PE.
By Erika Sanzi and Keri Rodrigues
Erika Sanzi and Keri Rodrigues are two moms who are leading the fight for high-quality education for every child while raising six boys between them. Erika and Keri bring a fresh perspective on education policy, politics, and parenting with just the right amount of intellect, heart, and humor.
By Arizona K12 Center
Being an educator in the 21st century is indescribably complex. There’s a constant pressure to meet standards and help students achieve, but there’s also a need to allow learners to color outside the lines in an effort to prompt creativity. The Arizona K12 Center believes effective teaching and learning is grounded in quality teacher development and teacher leadership. To support educators along the continuum, the Center developed “3 Ps in a Pod” to further dissect practice, policy, and pass...
By Sparkhouse Marketing
Veteran youth pastors Bryan Bliss and Erik Ullestad have close to 30 years of youth ministry experience. They also work as product developers for Sparkhouse, giving them a unique perspective on youth ministry topics.
By USD 497 Podcasts
By Steve Pearlman
The Critical Thinking Initiative podcast is a response to the low critical thinking outcomes among U.S. students across all levels of education. Each episode dispels myths about teaching critical thinking education and discusses cutting-edge, research-supported ways to actually improve critical thinking in any discipline.
By Kwesi Vincent
Welcome to The STEM Brothers Podcast! We’re two brothers who have engineering degrees, and combined, over 30 years of industry experience. On this show we speak with industry and education professionals from the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) to learn about their professional journeys as well as get their points of view on the STEM related current events and topics affecting our everyday lives. These discussions are designed to demonstrate how important STEM litera...
By Michael Venn
A podcast for online teachers, working travellers, and freedom seekers of all types. Each episode explores topics related to teaching, travel, creativity, & pursuing a life of passion.
By Aaron Blackwelder
Interested in going gradeless in your teaching practice? Join us as we interview other intrepid educators who have taken steps toward a future of growth not grades. Here we hope to provide the rationale, knowledge, and inspiration to grade less or eliminate grades altogether. Find out more at
By 常井项
Invisible School计划。一档没有固定主题、次元与播出时间的节目。
By Bryanna and Craig Royal
Our family of 6, plus our dog, sold everything, bought an RV and have been traveling full-time around North America since May 2014. We love talking about RV life, unschooling, making money on the road, and the reality of what it means to live in less then 200 sq. feet. Living in a camper isn't always rainbows and sunshine, but it definitely makes life interesting and we are so excited to share it with you to hopefully help inspire you, help you plan to get on the road with your family, or jus...
By audioBoom
A weekly news podcast hosted by students of Alice Gustafson Elementary
By Riverside Brookfield High School
A collection of podcasts produced for Riverside Brookfield High School via RBTV.
By Interlochen Center for the Arts
A biweekly arts and society series originating from the northern Michigan campus of Interlochen Center for the Arts. With Special Guest (WSG) features in-depth interviews with arts leaders, Interlochen alumni and more. Each episode ends with a contemporary or archival performance recorded on Interlochen’s campus.
By Michigan Association of School Boards (MASB)
MI SoundBoard is the Michigan Association of School Boards' ongoing dialogue on the current state of public education in Michigan and nationwide. Listen along as MASB Executive Director Don Wotruba invites prominent education voices from across the nation to speak about what’s happening and the possible impact on students.
By Fort Collins Montessori Podcasting Club
The kids of Fort Collins Montessori speak about their Montessori education, Montessori education in general and interview the staff.
By The Educator's School Safety Network
Educators and parents need to stay updated on the latest in school safety news – and here’s the place to do it. Join mother/daughter school safety experts and educators Dr. Amy Klinger and Amanda Klinger, Esq. for School Safety News podcasts, featuring discussion, analysis, and advice that springs from the most current school safety-related events.
Are you thinking about homeschooling? Are you a veteran homeschooler feeling stuck? No matter where you are in your homeschooling journey, we've got a book review for you. Tarlie & Jen read homeschooling books and discuss the pros and cons of each, from classics to modern day self-published authors. Come visit with us and see if we think this book is a good fit for us, or for you.
By Judaic Studies Faculty of Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School
A series of short but powerful thoughts on a range of Jewish topics by the faculty of Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School for BT alumni.
By A.J. Hanenburg, Graeme Donaldson, and Thomas Magbee
A.J., Graeme, and Thomas discuss everything having to do with the classical world. Our aim is to help both educators and laypeople enjoy the classical world as much as they enjoy fine ales and good tales.
By ExtraOrdinary Districts
Hosted by The Education Trust’s Karin Chenoweth, ExtraOrdinary Districts guides listeners through the toil and triumphs of three school districts. While each district takes a different approach, they all demonstrate a commitment to students, research, and continual evaluation to solve many of the problems that face school districts nationwide.
By Little Ghost
Created by a kid for kids. Join Little Ghost on his adventures.
By Science At School
The science at school podcast is a resource for high school students to help with learning, homework or revision. It covers an ever increasing range of topics from biology, chemistry and physics; across levels from Key Stage 3 (KS3) to GCSE. We have number of show formats, from standard question and answer to radio plays - acting out key moments of scientific history. Whether you're visiting for a specific topic or just looking to geek out and get ahead, welcome and enjoy! Episodes are publis...
By The Organization of American Historians
During the sesquicentennial of the Civil War (spring 2011 through spring 2015), the Organization of American Historians is committed to bringing the best current thinking on this complex era to a wide audience. In keeping with our mission to promote excellence in the scholarship, teaching, and presentation of all American history, we aim to explore the war from its beginnings through its aftermath, especially mindful of the needs of history teachers and students, the challenges faced by publi...
By The Pennington School
Learn the ins and outs of the independent school admission process from professionals in the field. We understand this can be a long and sometimes uncertain road, so we are here to make your journey smoother. This podcast will help you gain an informed understanding of everything you need to know to find the school that is the right fit for your family. Episodes will include a timeline of the application process, tips for the interview, applying for financial aid, assessing a school's academi...
By Ranger Podcast Network
Covering the Lady Rangers & Runnin' Rangers of Roland High School, in Roland, Oklahoma!
By Devlyn Camp
Mattachine is a queer history podcast dedicated to overlooked stories from our past, told in a weekly, serialized format. #ResistanceHistory
By Brentwood Academy
Built on a strong foundation of personal relationships with one another and with Christ, the Brentwood Academy mission flourishes each day as faculty and students pursue excellence in academics, athletics, the arts, and their faith. Through this podcast it’s our goal to provide a place to hear about unique programs, chapel talks, interesting stories and profiles on members of the BA community. To learn more about BA visit us online at
By Grycksboskolan
Grycksboskolans podcast.
By Carl Nelson
The STEM Read podcast explores the connections between STEM and storytelling. Join hosts Gillian King-Cargile and Dr. Kristin Brynteson as they dive into a hot topic in K-12 education with an educator or STEM expert. After that, they talk with an author whose books can ignite enthusiasm for reading and learning. Get great reading recommendations, spark stemtastic ideas for your classroom or library, and geek out with Gillian and Kristin about science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math.
By Hume Central Secondary College
"Radio Broady" is a conversation with students at Hume Central Secondary School. It's about growing up, school life, experiences in Melbourne's North and reflections on events in their lives outside the school.
By Tamara Russell & Sarah Plumitallo
Equi-TEA is designed to help educators grow, teach, and lead within an equity framework. Join Tamara and Sarah to discuss issues facing teachers and students alike and leave feeling empowered to act.
By Katie @ Teachers Resource Force
The Teach On, Teach Strong Podcast is all about providing free personal development for teachers! We have access to plenty of support for professional development, but what about our personal development and mindset? This podcast is a movement with it’s sole aim being to support fellow teachers emotionally and mentally to help you succeed in teaching so you can fulfill your potential and keep making a difference in the lives of young children.
Mother/Educator & Daughter/Grade 5 Student from Ontario, Canada discuss their thoughts and mindsets around edutrends happening in and around their lives.
By Casey Suttles
This channel is intended to provide accessible, portable, streamlined art history content created by a student for students. Created by Casey Suttles, a current high school senior who received a five on her AP exam and will study art history in college, these podcasts are for students who may only have time for a brief review. Study guides and more content can be found on
By Dan and Becky Hansen
Poetry Professors Dan and Becky Hansen help teachers and those who hope to better understand poetry do less guessing and more accessing! They've developed a simple and elegant approach to reading poetry that will transform your reading and your classroom. Podcast episodes rotate through the different stages of of the approach, complete with classroom activities, poetic readings, and guest poets.
By Shirah Chante
Using Creative Arts to Deepen Your Relationship with God. Have you ever been inspired by a poem, a song, a painting that brought you to tears, your knees, or even back to the arms of God? Well, I have, and I love to use art as motivation to do good and to love God more than I already do right now. If you long to deepen your relationship with others, yourself, and God, then listen to this podcast weekdays to get a double dose of inspiration, art + the word of God. Tell me how you feel abo...
By Laura Henderson - K-12 Change Agent, Thought Leader, CEO of Epiphany Learning
Get ready to have an epiphany! In this exciting, power-packed podcast, you will learn from captivating exchanges between Laura Henderson and her guests as they explore their journey to transform education through human connection. The world's most forward-thinking educators, thought leaders and administrators weigh in on their personal obstacles and successes with personalized learning as they aim to create passionate, life-long learners. Guests share awesome, powerful stories that can be imp...
By Louka Parry
The Educhange Podcast is for the doers in schools, people who are coming up with ideas to make things better for kids
By EUN Partnership
The eLearning Awards competition is organized every year by European Schoolnet in cooperation with industry partners to award best practice in ICT in schools.
By Mary Grace Otis: Writer / Traveler / Globally-Minded Mom
THE GLOBAL MOM SHOW connects moms around the world who are seeking to live with a global vision right where they are. Whether in their home countries or abroad, moms from around the world share their experiences as expats, immigrants, aid workers, diplomats, or homebodies. Anyone can be a Global Mom, all it takes is a love for the world and a desire to share that with your kids. We talk cultural differences, travel, educating global kids, teaching languages, bilingualism, learning, and basica...
Catch a Wave ネイティブ朗読音声 Podcasting
By Explorer Multimedia Inc.
Geologist Devin Dennie walks around and talks about rocks and other fun stuff!
By Julie Abels of Ridge Light Ranch | Artist and Art Curriculum Creator
Help for the Homeschool Art Teacher! Whether you accepted the title reluctantly or you're excited to take it on, being an art teacher can feel overwhelming. What should you teach and how should you teach it? Where will you find the supplies and the time to plan it all? Don't worry, you're in the right place. Welcome to the “Anyone Can Teach Art” podcast from Ridge Light Ranch. I am confident that, no matter what your background is, YOU can teach art! I’m Julie Abels, an artist and art cu...
By Adam Chaim & Shoshana Chaim: Dad & Mom, Personal Trainer, Nutrition Consultant and Blogger
Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, plant-based, omni, a runner, into triathlon, ultra-marathon or ready to get off the couch, this podcast will help you along your path. Adam Chaim & Shoshana Chaim, The Plant Trainers interview top experts in nutrition & fitness such as Rich Roll, Dr. Esselstyn, Julieanna Hever, Michael Greger M.D., Dr. Garth Davis, Chef A.J., Dr. Tom Campbell, Robert Cheeke, No Meat Athlete and so many more. They share many tricks and tips about health, wellness and e...
By Pam Andrews
Practical, easy-to-follow advice on gaining college admissions and winning scholarships. Pam Andrews, The Scholarship Shark is your show host. She helped her son win over $700,000 in scholarships that not only pays for his undergraduate education but also graduate school. Pam shares not only how to get it, but also how to get paid for by securing scholarships. Find show notes and more at
By Bill Brazeal
This podcast focuses on Apple technology as it specifically applies to Education and more generally as it touches our everyday life
By Moms on a Mission
Moms On a Mission to help other moms succeed!
By BAM Radio Network - The Twitterati Channel
Discovery Educator Network and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you The DEN Zone. David Fisher hosts the program which focuses on highlighting DEN community activities and amplifying DEN voices on the topics you really care about.
By David and Allyson
Join David and Allyson as they talk about raising a Catholic family in a secular world. The kids frequently join in on the fun and provide lots of material to talk about. The Catholic Family takes on the tough issues of parenting, homeschooling, living green, and balancing work with home life, while keeping an active and devout church life. This is not a drill, this is the Catholic Family!
By Scott Michlin
Local Community Members discuss a variety of topics each weekday at 7am on KSJE 90.9FM.
By Scott Allsop
Audio revision guides for A Level and IB History courses in 19th and 20th Century History.
By 葉士昇老師(微學習)
By Nic Champagne
The Journal of American History Podcast features interviews with our authors and conversations with authors whose books on American history have won awards. Episodes are in MP3 format and will be released in the month preceding each Journal of American History (February, May, August and November). Published quarterly by the Organization of American Historians, the Journal of American History is the leading scholarly publication in the field of U.S. history and is well known as the major res...
By Jeanne Halderson
When meandering down the road of life, we encounter special people that positively impact our lives. We have the opportunity to thank and appreciate many of them but often aren’t aware of the silent heroes that have contributed to our life as we know it. The Road She Traveled is a project meant to honor and celebrate the women that have changed not only the physical substance of the road we travel, but also the landscape we enjoy. Without the cherished contributions these women have made, w...
By EC Stanton Community School
We are a small democratic school in Texas. These podcasts are put together by students and staff. Currently our students are all twelve and under, so the quality will represent that. These are meant to be short, non-boring glimpses into our life here.
By Peter Hill
A mix of expert analysis and quirky fun that might just give you a fresh view and a new angle.
By Roland Aichele
Students share out the learning that took place this week in Mr. Aichele's Humanities classes at Westlake Charter School in Sacramento, CA.
By Roland Aichele
Students share out the learning that took place each week in Mr. Aichele's Humanities classes at Westlake Charter School in Sacramento, CA.
By Education Post | Hosted by Ikhlas Saleem and Lane Wright
Voices4Ed is an Education Post podcast where we bring in voices of students, parents, and teachers to talk about what’s really happening in our public schools. It’s a different conversation about public education.
By Grant Baciocco & Doug Price - Morning Media
The Official Video Podcast of The Adventures Of Dr. Floyd - - Family Friendly and, at times, Educational! The creators of the web's first Family Friendly Audio Podcast...GO VIDEO!
By Gregory Herron
informative videos from all aspects of Asian life, kindergarten, real estate, travel, tourism, technology, shopping deals, internet how-to, and society in general. A touch of spiritual content on the side.
By Larry Graykin
The Kingdom of Diddorol is a fictional kingdom that serves as the setting for all English Language Arts activities in Barrington (NH) Middle School's Room 244. It is the geographical component of the storyline of a game overlay, which presents and contextualizes all the usual ELA content in an alternative way. Each of the six provinces in Diddorol have a corresponding area in the classroom. Each province also symbolizes one of the Six Traits of Writing, and has a "mythology" of its own. In t...
By Medieval Archives
The Vikings Podcast is dedicated to HISTORY's TV series Vikings. Vikings is based on the life and adventures of Viking hero Ragnar Lothbrok and his family. Along with a recap and review of the show, we'll also examine the historical accuracy of the events and characters. You are invited to share your thoughts and comments. Send feedback to [email protected] or leave a message on our listener voicemail line at 720.722.1066 The Vikings Podcast is not affiliated with the HISTORY c...
By Duke TIP
The Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) is a nonprofit organization that supports academically talented students in grades four through twelve. Join our hosts Tracy, Katy, and Michael as they talk to experts in the field of gifted education and share their love of learning.
By Andrew Scott
These podcasts are aimed at Unit 3/4 VCE Psychology Students, they can be also be found in the itunes store. See my website for access along with other eresources for Psychology students:
By Kedou
The Kedou Adventures is a series of fun and madcap (mis)adventures of a tiny bear, told with stories set to music. It's an adventure in life -- fun, outrageous, happy, wistful and sometimes, plain scary! Come visit Kedou at
By Ron Flaviano
From the mind of Eve Chuttleson emerge tales of woe, mystery and mayhem for young and old alike.
By Sally Rafson
Enjoy the student work from Ms; Rafson's 4th grade classroom.
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