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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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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.
 
Join intellectual phenomenon Dr. Jordan Peterson and his daughter Mikhaila 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.
 
MetaLearn helps you take your learning to the next level and master anything by exploring the fundamentals of accelerated learning and skill acquisition. Whether you’re looking to build a business, learn a language or pick up a sport, you’ll learn the principles and techniques needed to succeed, as well as gaining insights from the experts and thought leaders driving the global learning revolution.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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FreshEd with Will Brehm is a weekly podcast that makes complex ideas in educational research easily understood. 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.
 
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
 
Teachers know that when classes are done, the beer has been poured, teachers gather around the table, and the talk turns to...teaching. Great (and not so great ideas) are tossed around, argued, praised, and ridiculed. What's been missing is a microphone on the table. Until now. If you're a teacher, and especially if you're teaching in Japan, have a listen. Tony and Charles talk about what they've learned, what works, what doesn't, and what other teachers like you have to say.
 
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.
 
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is one of the foremost social science universities in the world. LSE is a specialist university with an international intake and a global reach. Its research and teaching span the full breadth of the social sciences, from economics, politics and law to sociology, anthropology, accounting and finance. Founded in 1895 by Beatrice and Sidney Webb, the School has an outstanding reputation for academic excellence. LSE has 16 Nobel prize w ...
 
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Donald Bullock and I talk about what we have learned on episode 362 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode In college you blink and then it’s over. -Donald Bullock In my early days of college I was just trying to get used to the work load. -Donald Bullock I learn so much better in classes where we have open discussions that f…
 
Danny Hauger talks about some ideas for teaching during May and bringing new ideas in for the end of the year. He discusses the making of Mother’s Day cards, teacher appreciation week, celebrating cultural holidays, and ending the school year with ideas that might bring regular routine lessons in the fall. This episode is brought to you with suppor…
 
About Episode 89: In this Season 7 opener, Tom and Kelvin try out seven slogans intended as rallying cries to capture succinctly the aspirational goals of high quality online education and to serve as antidotes to widespread mischaracterizations post-pandemic. Podcast Recording Download Transcript: [PDF] Episode 89 Show Notes: Episode Synopsis via …
 
What made teaching easier and more sustainable this school year, and how can we carry those principles over into next year? Those are the questions I'm exploring in this podcast episode with my guest, Amy Stohs. She is currently a 2nd grade teacher in Northern Virginia, and was named Teacher of the Year in 2019 while she was teaching 6th grade. Amy…
 
Highlights Introducing Elizabeth Hutchinson (01:03). Elizabeth shares some recent PD that had a big impact on her (03:00). Organising PD is great PD (05:58). Elizabeth talks about her own approach to PD previously and now (08:46). The Twitter chat that started everything… Library Staff Love Learning (11:00). Martine talks about how the podcast help…
 
Join Raj Balkaran as he talks with Dr. Kate Hartmann, Assistant Professor of Buddhist Studies at the University of Wyoming and Director of Buddhist Studies Online, a new educational platform providing coursework on the history, philosophy, and practices of Buddhism. Founded in 2021 by Seth Powell as a sister institute to Yogic Studies, Buddhist Stu…
 
This episode was recorded on April 22nd, 2021 Paul Rossi and I sit down to discuss the controversy surrounding a recent article Paul wrote. It has become apparent that an anti-racism curriculum is being instituted in schools across the United States and that doesn’t initially sound like anything but a positive change. I had Paul on to share his con…
 
There's plenty of anxiety these days about what the internet and smartphones are doing to our brains, memories and attention spans. But what does learning science say about how technology is impacting the human memory, and about that plays out in teaching? EdSurge talked with Michelle M. Miller a psychology professor at Northern Arizona University …
 
As a primary school teacher, how confident would you say you are at teaching music? Do you feel adequately prepared to teach music, or incorporate music into your lessons? What areas of music do you feel you need the most support in?A pilot professional development program on music teaching in primary schools has been assessed in a new report. The …
 
Thursday, April 22 is Earth Day. As citizens of this planet, we should all care about caring for this world. Today, Monica Burns gives us practical ways to teach and encourage students to be good caretakers of the world we live in. Every teacher will find an idea they can use any time of the year to encourage sustainability and caring for our envir…
 
Science is everywhere. It’s in everything we do, everything we see. And yes, everything we read. Books offer a delightful opportunity to talk about science, both through their illustrations and their text. We just need to know a few things to look for and a few questions to ask. Today we’ll find out how to think like a scientist, and how to teach o…
 
Drew Perkins talks with Greg Lukianoff about his work with F.I.R.E. (Foundation for Individual Rights in Education) and his attempt to create a durable set of principles to protect freedom of speech and thought in K12. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: The Empowering of the American Mind (Beta Version): 10 Principles for Opposing Thought…
 
Iain McGilchrist is a psychiatrist, author, thinker, and lecturer. He is maybe best known for his book The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World Dr. Iain McGilchrist and I discussed a variety of topics relating to the bifurcated brain, how we process reality as human beings, and the downfalls of the views th…
 
In the second part of our discussion on the book Thinking in Bets, by Annie Duke, we talk about how to make better decisions when uncertainty is certain. This week’s episode is sponsored by: CuriosityStream (+ Nebula!): CuriosityStream is the best place on the internet for high-quality documentaries, and it now comes with access to this podcast and…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life. You are smart and capable, but you aren’t an island, and neither are we. So we reached across our mentor network to bring you podcasts on everything from how to finish that project, to how to take care of your beautiful mind. Wish we’d bring in an expert about something? Email us at dr.danamalone@gmail.com or cgessler@…
 
Ayisha Robinson is the principal West Caldwell Tech in Essex New Jersey. * Mastermind group - inspiration group called that because of Ayisha * Why Ayisha joined the mastermind. * Safe place, honest conversations, Middle management and you're alone. * Focus on what matters most. * Teachers see how I react to the challenges that I experience. * Lots…
 
Casual relief teachers, or CRTs, are an integral part of the teacher workforce, but many often report feeling a lack of support and exclusion at schools they’re working in. We know this ourselves at Teacher magazine, with many of you getting in touch to share these same challenges you’ve faced as a CRT. Minami Uchida from Macquarie University has a…
 
We are on a tour of the core values of Charlotte Mason. These are the foundational principles that inform the way we view our children and why we teach them as we do. Last time we talked about the values of obedience and authority. We looked at how those two responsibilities are natural, necessary, and […] Respect: Core Values of Charlotte Mason or…
 
“As you become authentically powerful, you become the authority in your life.” Our guest in this episode is the spiritual teacher who has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show more than 30 times to discuss transformation in human consciousness concepts presented in his book The Seat of the Soul. His gentle presence, humor, and insightful wisdom have i…
 
Whether and how to reform, indeed to transform graduate education has been a matter for debate, discussion and experimentation over the past 30 years – at least. In The New PhD: How to Build a Better Graduate Education (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2021), Leonard Cassuto and Robert Weisbuch look back at the many attempts, successes and failures …
 
Mary Marcy discusses her influential new book, The Small College Imperative: Models for Sustainable Futures (Stylus, 2020) which lays out five different models that small colleges and universities can use to succeed in today’s highly competitive marketplace. This begins with the “Traditional” liberal arts model that is increasingly limited to the m…
 
In Becoming Rwandan: Education, Reconciliation and the Making of a Post-Genocide Citizen (Rutgers UP, 2020), S. Garnett Russell argues that although the Rwandan government makes use of global discourses in national policy documents, the way in which teachers and students engage with these global models distorts the curricular intentions of the gove…
 
Are you looking for a new way to “celebrate summer” as a family? Have you ever considered…camping? Listen in as Heatherly Sylvia shares her family’s love of camping, and gives us all some ideas of how traveling around as a family builds bonds that last. Even if you can’t get out and go this summer, Heatherly will bless you with some ideas that will…
 
This week, Imogen and I are discussing: The value of casual work How our kids can surprise us Jobs and passions Why we need to promote our work How to answer critics The importance of helping each other Sanditon Ageing And other things! Show Notes Things we mention in this episode This is Marketing: book by Seth Godin The Illustrated Man: book by R…
 
Dr. Roland Griffiths, Ph.D., is a professor of neuroscience, psychiatry, and behavioral science and director of the Psychedelic and Consciousness Research at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is the author of over 400 scientific research publications and has trained more than 50 postdoctoral research fellows. He has been a consultant …
 
Ready to put your writing makerspace into action? In today's episode, get five easy ideas for incorporating it into your writing instruction in your creative ELA classes. Want to sign up for Camp Creative: Master Hexagonal Thinking in Five Minutes a Day? Click Here!By Betsy Potash: English Teacher + Education Blogger + Curriculum Designer
 
Assessment is part of what teachers have to do in school. Although it is required, we teachers can make sure we assess with respect. Today's guest, Starr Sackstein, author of Assessing with Respect: Everyday Practices That Meet Students' Social and Emotional Needs, shares an overview of what is needed so that every student feels respected even as t…
 
“Page 25 is just one of many reports that you'd be able to see from CIA on the remote viewing programs or psychic spying programs.” Have you ever heard of lucid dreaming and astral projection? Did you know that you can use lucid dreams to rewire your brain and develop mastery in a specific skill set like painting or playing the piano? On this live …
 
About Kayce Jennings Kayce Freed Jennings is one of the founders of Girl Rising, a global non-profit that uses storytelling to change the way the world values girls. She now leads GR’s educator US Educator program, designed to bring the GR message of resilience, voice and agency to young people across the country. Previously, Kayce had a long caree…
 
Today we explore the Organization for Economic Corporation and Development and its work in education. My guest, Christian Ydesen, looks at the history of the OECD to show how the international organization has shaped-shifted overtime. From this perspective, the OECD is dynamic and includes far more products and viewpoints than its famed PISA examin…
 
Drew Perkins talks with Lorea Martinez Perez about her new book, Teaching with the HEART in Mind: A Complete Educator's Guide to Social Emotional Learning. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: https://www.amazon.com/Teaching-HEART-Mind-Educators-Emotional/dp/173606200X https://loreamartinez.com/ @loreamart Lorea on Facebook Visit wegrowteac…
 
There’s a big focus now on the teacher attrition and shortage crisis. So what does that mean for the teachers that stay? How can schools keep their best teachers and attract more folks to the profession? I believe there are leadership principles that any administrator can internalize and apply to immediately help their faculty feel better supported…
 
Dr. Roy Pope has served as a teacher, coach, college professor, and school administrator in the United States and the United Arab Emirates for more than two decades. When he and his wife moved to the UAE 8 years ago, they saw a global need for an efficient, effective, multilingual professional development platform for educators. As a result, they c…
 
Reading Time: < 1 minute How do multi-academy trusts create a shared culture? Our 112th interview is with, Toby Greany, Professor of Education at the University of Nottingham, a seasoned researcher in school improvement. In this podcast, listen to Toby and Teacher Toolkit founder, Ross McGill discuss: Why and how Toby got into school improvement Ta…
 
“The source of being influential is service to something higher than yourself.” In this talk, Michael Beckwith, Founder and Spiritual Director of the Agape International Spiritual Center, shares the purpose of life and why you should activate it. He teaches us about the spiritual nature of influence and its different types: overt, covert, and subli…
 
Randall Wallace, graduate of Duke University, is an American NYT bestselling author of seven novels, as well as a screenwriter (TV and film), director, producer, songwriter, holder of a black belt in karate, and founder of Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity. He is perhaps best known for writing the historical drama Braveheart (1995), which earned h…
 
Elizabeth and Roger are both peeved, and also revisit cover letters, discuss not checking email at all on vacation, types of scientific papers, how grant money is spent and senior-level job searches. Show Notes Cover Letter Thread Not Checking Email Thread Types of Scientific Papers Roger on Twitter Elizabeth on Twitter Effort Report on Twitter Get…
 
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