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Best Teaching Podcasts We Could Find
Best Teaching Podcasts We Could Find
Being a teacher is a very challenging and a highly responsible task. If one wants to be a good teacher, they need to self-develop and upgrade their knowledge throughout their lives. Listening to podcasts can help teachers upgrade their knowledge even if they are short of time to attend seminars and workshops. Here you can find high-quality podcasts discussing about different effective teaching methods, teaching techniques and approaches to learning. Also, you can find many examples of teaching strategies which can help teachers meet the learning needs of their students. Also, there are podcasts that might help teachers in the process of lessons planning, assessing students, designing reliable tests as well as dealing with difficult students. Some of the hosts invite highly-experienced teachers to share teaching tips and techniques for effective classroom management as well as ideas for games and other classroom activities. When it comes to homeschooling, there are podcasts that offer resources to homeschool teachers and students.
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Join intellectual phenomenon Dr. Jordan Peterson for enlightening discourse that will change the way you think. This podcast breaks down the dichotomy of life through interviews and lectures that explain how individuals and culture are shaped by values, music, religion, and beyond. It will give you a new perspective and a modern understanding of your creativity, competence, and personality.
 
Teaching strategies, classroom management, education reform, educational technology -- if it has something to do with teaching, we're talking about it. Jennifer Gonzalez interviews educators, students, administrators and parents about the psychological and social dynamics of school, trade secrets, and other juicy things you'll never learn in a textbook. For more fantastic resources for teachers, visit http://www.cultofpedagogy.com.
 
Jam-packed with cool classrooms, cool apps, and cool teaching ideas, full-time teacher, Vicki Davis, who blogs as the Cool Cat Teacher, loves to interview awesome teachers and educators from around the world on this teacher podcast. Her goal is to interview the most in-classroom teachers on one helpful teacher podcast. She loves to encourage and share other education podcasts too. You can follow Vicki @coolcatteacher on all social media and join the conversation.
 
Education Bookcast is a podcast principally for teachers and parents who would like to know more about education. We cover one education-related book or article each episode, going over the key points, placing it in context, and making connections with other ideas, topics, and authors. Topics include psychology, philosophy, history, and economics of education; pedagogy and teaching methods; neurology and cognitive science; and schools and school systems in historical and international perspe ...
 
You are a K12 Educator who wants to prepare your students for their future, not our past…but you’re not sure how. The education space is a constantly changing landscape and it’s hard to keep up. That’s why you need to listen to Shifting Schools. Each week, Jeff and Tricia interview thought leaders, and educators like you, who are successfully navigating the latest movements in K12 Education and EdTech. Between the episodes and the free monthly classroom resources, both you and your students ...
 
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Teach 4 the Heart

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Teach 4 the Heart

Linda Kardamis | Educational Consultant & Founder of Teach 4 the Heart

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In the Teach 4 the Heart podcast, Linda Kardamis shares ideas and inspiration to help you overcome your teaching challenges and make a lasting difference in your students’ lives. Designed for Christian teachers in both public and private schools, Teach 4 the Heart strives to present every discussion from a Biblical perspective. Season 1 will discuss classroom management. Future season's topics TBA but will likely include work/life balance, how our faith should affect our teaching, and more.
 
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.
 
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FreshEd

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FreshEd with Will Brehm

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FreshEd is a weekly podcast that makes complex ideas in educational research easily understood. Five shows. Three languages. Airs Monday. Visit us at www.FreshEdpodcast.com Twitter: @FreshEdPodcast All FreshEd Podcasts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
 
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Leading Equity

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Leading Equity

Sheldon L. Eakins, Ph.D. Leading Equity podcaster

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This podcast focuses on supporting educators with the tools and resources necessary to ensure equity at their school. On this podcast, listeners can expect to hear interviews and stories from voices of equity in education today.
 
Jethro Jones interviews instructional leaders from around the nation to learn and teach what it takes to become a transformative principal. Episodes address topics like Response to Intervention (RTI), Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS), Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS), the latest advances in educational research, standards-based grading, and interviews with industry leaders like Bill Daggett, Rick Wormeli, Todd Whitaker
 
The Raising Lifelong Learners podcast helps parents -- especially homeschooling parents -- encourage their differently-wired kids to learn, explore passions, cultivate creativity, and become fascinated by the world around them. Join host Colleen Kessler -- educational consultant, gifted specialist, author, and speaker -- for interviews, audioblogs, tips, and encouragement to help your differently-wired kiddos become lifelong learners -- children who know that they can find the answers to any ...
 
It’s easy to see a child’s education as a path determined by grades, test scores and extra curricular activities. But genuine learning is about so much more than the points schools tally. MindShift explores the future of learning and how we raise our kids. This podcast is part of the MindShift education site, a division of KQED News. You can also visit the MindShift website for episodes and supplemental blog posts or tweet us @MindShiftKQED or visit us at MindShift.KQED.org.
 
Through twice monthly conversations, three moms who have studied the Charlotte Mason method of education and put her ideas into practice in their homes join together to share with one another for the benefit of listeners by giving explanations of Mason's principles and examples of those principles put into practice out of their own teaching experience. These short discussions aim at providing information, support, and encouragement for others by unfolding the myriad aspects.
 
Pop in your earbuds and get ready to be inspired. Veteran homeschool mom and podcast host of the Your Morning Basket Podcast, Pam Barnhill unpacks how to have a better homeschool 10 minutes at a time. Full of practical tips, stories, interviews, and inspiration 10 Minutes to a Better Homeschool is your home learning go-to show for quick, helpful information. *Formerly the Homeschool Snapshots Podcast
 
Your invite into education’s busiest newsroom. Join Tes reporters and news editors as we discuss the big school stories of the week and what they mean for teachers. We give you the inside track on our latest exclusives and prepare you for what’s ahead. Relevant, irreverent and occasionally slightly shambolic. Essential listening for anyone interested in schools.
 
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How can we set up our schedules so that we prioritize time for work, for rest, and also for our families & other important personal priorities? Join in as we explore how to use intentional scheduling to create wise boundaries and cultivate better work-life balance. This episode is the final part of our series called How to Reduce Teacher Stress & C…
 
Rebecca Price shares how to not be perfect in teaching and learning on episode 450 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode When is it ok to say I made a mistake? -Rebecca Price I embrace mistakes. -Rebecca Price Perfection does not mean learning. -Rebecca Price Resources Lucy (Australopithecus) Apple Fitness+ Time to Walk with…
 
The teaching profession is in the worst shape of the past 50 years. That’s according to researchers Melissa Arnold Lyon and Matthew Kraft, who crunched a half century’s worth of data on indicators like whether students want to go into teaching, the prestige of teachers, and the job satisfaction of teachers themselves. What emerged were some strikin…
 
In the previous recording, I was speaking about political economy using the example of prison gangs, taken from David Skarbek's book Social Order of the Underworld. In this recording, I give the example of 18th-century Atlantic pirates, as discussed in Peter Leeson's The Invisible Hook. (It's a pun on Adam Smith's "invisible hand of the market".) W…
 
What kinds of tools do we need to make big decisions, and why aren't our universities training us to make them? Are universities doing students a disservice by occupying them with myriads of boxes to tick? Are students right to prefer money to meaning? Madison Program alumni Ben and Jenna Storey discuss the philosophy of making choices and of restl…
 
This episode debunks a few misconceptions about Maker education and design projects. We have help with the debunking from Lindsey Simmons, an educator who has partnered with Mackin Maker, who have been a phenomenal sponsor of this show. Our conversation goes on to explore ways we can use the design cycle in many different ways and how understanding…
 
Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Yujia Ding, Ph.D. Dr. Yujia Ding is a scientist by training and a passionate educator with the hope of making science accessible to all individuals, regardless of abilities. She hopes to use her combined personal and professional experiences to strive to break down barriers so all individuals have the opportunit…
 
FreshEd is on break! While we are away, we'll re-play some of our favourite episodes. Two quick notes: First, please consider donating to FreshEd to keep us open access and ad-free. https://paypal.me/FreshEdPodcastSecond, applications are open for Season 3 of FreshEd Flux. Apply now! https://freshedpodcast.com/flux/apply/--Today we explore youth vi…
 
In episode 178, we learned about an approach to school change called Street Data. I believed so strongly in this methodology that I asked the two authors of Street Data, Jamila Dugan and Shane Safir, if they would allow me to produce a video series documenting teachers in two schools as they worked their way through the Street Data process, so that…
 
This week, we’re talking with Torrie Oglesby about caring for yourself as a homeschooling mama, so you can have the heart, the energy, and the passion to pour into your kids. Plus, we’ll share about our new content bundle for the month February called SLOW that’s coming out this week... So grab a cup of coffee and join us on the front porch. LINKS …
 
Please be advised that this episode contains mentions of violence and may be unsuitable for some listeners. I'd like to flesh out what I've been saying before about the power of economic analysis in explaining people's actions. Whereas when we normally think about motivation we think in terms of psychology, economists naturally think in terms of in…
 
Jesuit Colleges and Universities in the United States: A History (Catholic University of America Press, 2022) provides a comprehensive history of Jesuit higher education in the United States, weaving together the stories of the fifty-four colleges and universities that the Jesuits have operated (successfully and unsuccessfully) since 1789. It empha…
 
Hello and welcome back to the Tes news podcast. First up on this episode, reporter Matilda Martin covers new developments on teacher strike action. Then, in the second half of the podcast, Grainne Hallahan is back to discuss what can be done about persistent school absence. Stories from today's episode are available in full at tes.com/magazine: DfE…
 
On this episode of Stanford Engineering’s The Future of Everything podcast, guest Mac Schwager talks safety in multi-robot systems, like those controlling the autonomous vehicles that will soon fill our future. Some engineers are helping robots communicate better among themselves while others are working on “emotionally aware” algorithms able to pi…
 
Homeschooling can be difficult due to the distraction of cellphones. Pam offers a number of tips on how to eliminate distraction while still be available to people who need you and while honoring the fact that sometimes you just want to have a little fun on your phone -- without guilt. With discipline and organization it is possible to stay focused…
 
Have you ever thought “if only I had more time for my reading and writing workshops”? Enter the Literacy Studio, a new approach to the workshop model that allows for integrated reading and writing instruction without demanding more time or extra planning. Today we’re joined by Ellin Keene in conversation with Jaclyn Karabinas from the Heinemann PD …
 
This week on the podcast we interrogate UCAS end of cycle data - what is going on with demand for higher education? Plus the Sutton Trust has new research out on the impacts of the cost of living crisis on students, and the Lords are leaping over student loan reform. With Clare Marchant, Chief Executive at UCAS, Amatey Doku, Consultant at Moorhouse…
 
As many of you prepare to settle into another school year, we’ve been looking at the topic of leadership for our first week back of brand-new content. In this first podcast episode for 2023, we get you up to speed on these leadership stories, and also some highlights from content we’ve recently published. Host: Dominique Russell…
 
Dr Jordan B Peterson and Walter Russell Mead cross continents in a broad discussion over world affairs. They go in-depth on the state of China’s totalitarian regime, Vladimir Putin's plans for the war with Ukraine, the growing unrest under Iran’s iron fist, the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine, and how a push for American optimism is n…
 
We're thrilled to announce the release of our brand new program Reclaim Your Time 101. In Reclaim Your Time 101, you’ll learn how to cut 5-10 hours off your workweek without sacrificing your effectiveness so you can stop feeling stressed and get time and energy for your family and personal life. Get all the details & sign up at www.teach4theheart.c…
 
Jeff and Tricia talk about Chat GPT and other generative AI tools. The big question in this episode is: How might you use Chat GPT as a thought partner this year? We asked Chat GPT to help us out with the intro for this show, to tell us more about what misconceptions there are about Chat GPT. What did it tell us? "ChatGPT is sentient or conscious: …
 
Why do PhD programs assume students will become professors, when most people find careers outside academia? How can we better prepare graduate students for the post-grad career path? This episode explores: What a “Connected PhD” program is, and why it’s necessary. The negative impact on students when they feel "less than" or as if they have failed …
 
Try using graphic novels to create powerful reading ladders, launch literature circles, help make the classics accessible, and more! Tune in to this podcast episode for six helpful perspectives on how the graphic novel can ignite engagement in ELA. Find the show notes here.By Betsy Potash: English Teacher + Education Blogger + Curriculum Designer
 
Unschooling Q&A How do I talk about Unschooling with my family and friends? In Unschooling we can focus on following my children's interests but what happens when my child is not interested in anything and they are doing nothing all day? How do we go from the structure of school to freedom? What is the transition to independence? We Unschool but I …
 
In this edition: We join the fight against deadly fungal pathogens, listen to music inspired by moons, and discover how some crystals heal themselves. News: Fixing bones in conflict zones and award-winning sustainable business education – We hear how engineers have created fixators for broken bones being trialled in Sri Lanka, Gaza and Ukraine, and…
 
These are troubling days for the humanities. In response, a recent proliferation of works defending the humanities has emerged. But, taken together, what are these works really saying, and how persuasive do they prove? The Battle of the Classics: How a Nineteenth-Century Debate Can Save the Humanities Today (Oxford UP, 2020) demonstrates the crucia…
 
Donna Riley, professor and head of the school of engineering education at Purdue University, talks about her path, her work, and her 2008 book, Engineering and Social Justice, with Peoples & Things host, Lee Vinsel. If technologies and infrastructures embody moral and political values, what should engineering students be taught about their roles in…
 
If you are feeling like a homeschool failure, if you've hit the winter doldrums slump of the school year and wondering if you're ruining your children, Colleen has just the message you need to hear. She shares a cringe-worthy disaster that happened in her kitchen ... and how she used that unexpected event to remind herself (and us) of important str…
 
Throughout this season, we've explored different tiers of the education system. In this episode, we look at the role higher education plays in equipping teachers with the right training and tools. Our guest Donna Hejtmanek, a retired special education teacher and reading specialist, shares her disappointing first-hand experience of going back to sc…
 
If you’re looking for a quick overview of the CC Challenge program, or if you’ve ever wondered which challenge is the BEST, this episode of the Everyday Educator has the information you’re looking for! Listen as Tim Knotts, Heatherly Sylvia, and Karin Carpenter advocate for their favorite Challenge, giving us all insights into the fun parts, the st…
 
In this episode we dive into 3 new items I added to my class game. If you are new to gamification this is a great listen as it briefly explains why you would add items in the first place. If you have been doing it for a while, this is also a great episode as it shows you some new ways to use them in your class.Please connect #WellPlayedPodcast @mrm…
 
Do you lack confidence as a homeschool mom? A number of moms on the Homeschool Sanity Facebook page have commented that they do. This is The Homeschool Sanity Show, the episode where we discuss how we can have more confidence as homeschool moms this year. Hey, homeschoolers! Before we dive into the topic of mom confidence, I’d like to thank CTC Mat…
 
Claudia Garcia crossed the border because her toddler, Natalia, could not hear. Leaving behind everything she knew in Mexico, Claudia recounts the terror of migrating alone with her toddler and the incredible challenges she faced advocating for her daughter's health in the United States. When she arrived in Texas, Claudia discovered that being undo…
 
Evelyn and Alex discuss what should be a massive story about India's orders to platforms to take down content related to a BBC documentary that is critical of Prime Minister Modi. They also discuss the UK's Online Safety Bill; ChatGPT content moderation; the Republican battle against Gmail's spam filters; Trump's pending return to mainstream platfo…
 
Dr Jordan B Peterson and Victor Davis Hanson discuss the state of Ivy League universities, the rise of administrative exploitation, and the cost of our institutions losing credibility. Victor Davis Hanson is the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, focusing on classics and military history. He is an accomplished academ…
 
This week, we’re talking with our dear friends and fellow Wild + Free mamas, Elle Celaya and Melissa Amy Simmons, about how where we live impacts our homeschool. Plus, we’ll share about our Wild + Free conference in San Luis Obispo, California this April 14th and 15th. So grab a cup of coffee and join us on the front porch. LINKS Ainsley Arment: in…
 
As we've examined ways to reduce stress and create some balance, a question has emerged - Should we do our best on everything? This question brings up more questions, especially as believers. What does it mean to never be lazy, but work hard and serve the Lord enthusiastically? Is balance possible while still following biblical principles? Listen i…
 
How do you build a network of learners and how does that network in turn shape you as a learner? On the podcast this week, Drea Weiner answers that question (and many others). This conversation is supported by our amazing sponsors: Stem Sports and MackinMaker At the heart of this conversation, we think about how we can cultivate the mindsets that p…
 
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