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Math Ed Podcast
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Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.www.mathedpodcast.comProduced by Fibre Studios
 
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Mental Math Secrets - Your Secret Weapon for Success
 
Learn how to rapidly do Math calculations in your head! Perfect for students in algebra, geometry, calculus, or any math course. Also great to get an edge in business or in the workplace. Also very helpful for students taking the GRE, SAT, LSAT, MCAT, and other standardized tests. Free yourself from using calculators and iphone applications to do basic math. Impress your friends with your mental math abilities!
 
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Chemistry in its element
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A weekly tour of the periodic table, from Chemistry World, the magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
 
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Chemistry World Podcast
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Monthly podcast from Chemistry World, the magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
 
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The Secrets of Mathematics
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A series of talks and lectures from Oxford Mathematicians exploring the power and beauty of their subject. These talks would appeal to anyone interested in mathematics and its ever-growing range of applications from medicine to economics and beyond.
 
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Introduction to Biology
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Introduction to Biology
 
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Breaking Bio
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A group of biologists brings you into the world of evolution and biodiversity research by interviewing the people making new and exciting discoveries about our world.
 
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Organic Chemistry - Audio
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Organic Chemistry - Audio
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
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Breaking Math is a podcast that aims to make math accessible to everyone, and make it enjoyable. Every other week, topics such as chaos theory, forbidden formulas, and more will be covered in detail. If you have 45 or so minutes to spare, you're almost guaranteed to learn something new!
 
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biobytes
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biobytes is a series of life sciences news podcasts highlighting original scientific research published in Journal of Cell Biology. Each show features interviews with leading scientists from across the globe.
 
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Analytical Chemistry Podcast
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Analytical Chemistry is a peer-reviewed research journal that explores the latest concepts in analytical measurements and the best new ways to increase accuracy, selectivity, sensitivity, and reproducibility.
 
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ACS Synthetic Biology Podcast
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ACS Synthetic Biology introduces a series of podcasts highlighting articles published in the journal.
 
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ACS Chemical Biology Podcast
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ACS Chemical Biology publishes free Podcasts highlighting articles and news pieces published in the journal and discussing the latest activities on its community web site. These include interviews with our authors, editorial board members, editors and science writers.
 
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Principles of Chemical Science (2008)
 
Principles of Chemical Science (2008)
 
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VCE Biology
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Mr. Barlow discusses the VCE Biology course content. Each episode covers a discreet topic and lasts for around 5 to 20 minutes. Great to listen to a few episodes before a test and concise enough to listen to an entire semester before an exam. Episode 1 to 12 covers Unit 1. Episode 13 to 23 covers Unit 2. Episode 24 to 31 covers Unit 3. Episode 32 to 39 covers Unit 4. *** Don't forget to Download the ‘Unit 1 Biology‘, ‘Unit 2 Biology‘, ‘Unit 3 Biology‘ and ‘Unit 4 Biology‘ iPhone/iPod Touch a ...
 
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Webster City Schools - Biology
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Biology is the study of life, and this course examines all aspects of life. Throughout the semester, students will study cell structure and function, how energy is obtained, cell reproduction and ecology, DNA and genetics.Students will also learn about the nature of science by formulating hypotheses, designing and conducting experiments, and relating science and technology to societal issues.
 
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Douchy's Biology Podcast
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A podcast focussed on the Victorian VCE Unit 3/4 Biology course.
 
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Bio 4125: Biology of Aging with Doc C
 
These lectures on the biology of aging are presented to you by Dr. Gerald Cizadlo of the College of St. Scholastica. The information provided will be of interest to students and those planning careers in science and medicine as well as current practitioners in the field. Please note: The content and opinions expressed here belong to the author and are not necessarily endorsed by The College of St. Scholastica. For the course outline or to view a digital blackboard of images associated with t ...
 
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Chemistry World Book Club
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Join us to discuss the latest in popular science books. We interview authors and dissect the issues raised by each book. It's a book review with a difference.
 
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Life of the School Podcast: The Podcast for Biology Teachers
 
This is the podcast created by Biology Teacher Aaron Mathieu from Acton-Boxborough Regional High School in Massachusetts. Each episode, I will sit down with a different life science teacher and talk about his or her path to the classroom, work in the classroom, and hopes and dreams for the future.
 
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Mathtrain.TV Podcast
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Student-Created Tutorials Companion to our iTunes Education Podcast
 
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Kat Arney investigates the biological pigment that links sun tanning, squid ink and browning bananas
 
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Life of the School Podcast: The Podcast for Biology Teachers
 
Ann Brokaw is a biology teacher at Rocky River High School, in Rocky River, Ohio. Ann currently teaches Advanced Placement Biology, Principles of Biology I/College Partnership (dual credit) and Academic Biology. Ann is a leader in many aspects of the Biology teaching community including as a member of the NABT/BSCS AP Biology Leadership Academy ...…
 
Zal Usiskin from the University of Chicago discusses his career in mathematics education. Zal's UChicago Profile UCSMP Textbook Series http://ucsmp.uchicago.edu/ We Need Another Revolution collected volume See the comments for references Complete list of episodes
 
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Chemistry World Book Club
 
This month we take a look at Testosterone rex. Cordelia Fine dismantles various ideas about gender equality, and examines why these perceptions have managed to garner such mainstream support.
 
We speak to Yuri Oganessian about the element that bears his name
 
Three Tennessee institutions contributed to the discovery of element 117, now fittingly named tennessine
 
Meet the Mayor of Livermore, California, and discover how his city has been immortalised on the periodic table
 
The US-Russian collaborative superheavy element 'factory' strikes again, but only 100 atoms of element 115 have ever been observed
 
How 'hot fusion' research saw an end to cold war tensions
 
We catch up with the changes in the periodic table. This time, Kit Chapman discovers the element that realised a Japanese national dream
 
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Life of the School Podcast: The Podcast for Biology Teachers
 
Dessy is a biology teacher at Barnegat High School in Barnegat, New Jersey. Dessy is very involved in the AP Biology community both through attending the AP Biology Read and through her involvement in the AP Biology discussions on both the Facebook National AP Biology Teachers group and the College Board AP Biology Teacher Community. Before tea ...…
 
Brian Clegg illuminates a glow-in-the-dark compound that defies naming conventions
 
Muteb Alqahtani from SUNY Cortland discusses the article, "Mediational activities in a dynamic geometry environment and teachers' specialized content knowledge," published in the Journal of Mathematical Behavior, volume 38. (Co-author: Arthur Powell) Muteb's Department Webpage Article: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S07323123 ...…
 
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Chemistry World Book Club
 
This month we discuss More molecules of murder, in which John Emsley meets your morbid fascination with stories of true crime and the poisons involved
 
Mike Freemantle brings us a sparkling mineral and a tale of derring-do on the high seas
 
Kat Arney discovers the biological chemistry behind a colourful blood disorder
 
Laurie Rubel from Brooklyn College CUNY discusses her article, "Equity-directed instructional practices: Beyond the dominant perspective," published in the Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, volume 10. She also addresses the personal attacks that have resulted from this work. Article: http://ed-osprey.gsu.edu/ojs/index.php/JUME/article/vie ...…
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
In the study of mathematics, there are many abstractions that we deal with. For example, we deal with the notion of a real number with infinitesimal granularity and infinite range, even though we have no evidence for this existing in nature besides the generally noted demi-rules 'smaller things keep getting discovered' and 'larger things keep g ...…
 
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Life of the School Podcast: The Podcast for Biology Teachers
 
Mark Little is a science teacher at Broomfield High School in Broomfield, Colorado. In addition to teaching AP Biology for more than 15 years, Mark was very involved with the AP Biology community. This includes being active in the AP re-design and serving as an AP Reader, a Table Leader at the reading, and being an item writer for the exam. Add ...…
 
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Life of the School Podcast: The Podcast for Biology Teachers
 
Ryan Lacson is a science teacher at Galena High School in Galena, Missouri. In addition to Ryan’s work in the classroom, Ryan was a cofounder of the Missouri Biology Teachers Association and is the communications chair for the Science Teachers of Missouri. Nationally, Ryan was the Conference Committee Chair for the 2017 National Association of ...…
 
Ryota Matsuura from St. Olaf College discusses the article, "The search for hidden structure," published in Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School (Co-authors: Sword and Finkelstein). He also describes the Budapest Semester in Mathematics Education study-abroad program. Ryota's Professional Webpage BSME Website See comments for references fr ...…
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
Gödel, Escher, Bach is a book about everything from formal logic to the intricacies underlying the mechanisms of reasoning. For that reason, we've decided to make a tribute episode; specifically, about episode IV. There is a Sanskrit word "maya" which describes the difference between a symbol and that which it symbolizes. This episode is going ...…
 
This is a special podcast by our friends from Horizontal Transfer. Enjoy!Show Notes Available at http://www.lifeoftheschool.org/horizontal-trans…e-zone-of-clacks/
 
This digest episode features the following summaries (timecodes indicated): (02:14) Blazar & Pollard. (2017). Does test preparation mean low-quality instruction? Educational Researcher, 46, 420-433. Summarized by Sam Otten (08:24) Lesser, L. M., Pearl, D. K., & Weber III, J. J. (2016) Assessing Fun Items' Effectiveness in Increasing Learning of ...…
 
Super-sweet and packed with preserving power, Mike Freemantle discovers that fructose can help keep things fresh long after the sell-by date
 
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Life of the School Podcast: The Podcast for Biology Teachers
 
Jabin Burnworth is a science teacher Manchester Junior Senior High School in North Manchester, Indiana. He currently teaches Biology 1, Anatomy & Physiology, and AP Environmental Science. Jabin is known for extending his teaching beyond the classroom, as he regularly leads a group of AP Environmental Science students on a trip to the Florida Ev ...…
 
Katrina Krämer speaks to organic chemist Daniel Allwood about a multi-talented molecule that proves that not all radicals live up to their name
 
In our Oxford Mathematics Christmas Lecture Alex Bellos challenges you with some festive brainteasers as he tells the story of mathematical puzzles from the middle ages to modern day. Alex is the Guardian’s puzzle blogger as well as the author of several works of popular maths, including Puzzle Ninja, Can You Solve My Problems? and Alex’s Adven ...…
 
Brian Clegg becomes a sleuth to investigate the uses of a deceptively simple Lewis acid
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
Some see the world of thought divided into two types of ideas: evolutionary and revolutionary ideas. However, the truth can be more nuanced than that; evolutionary ideas can spur revolutions, and revolutionary ideas may be necessary to create incremental advancements. General relativity is an idea that was evolutionary mathematically, revolutio ...…
 
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Life of the School Podcast: The Podcast for Biology Teachers
 
Jen is the scientist-in-residence and Science Department faculty member at North Shore Country Day School in Winnetka, Illinois. She has been teaching a range of life science courses, including AP Biology, at the high school level since 1996. Jen advises students in an Advanced Open Research Course, a capstone course focusing on authentic facul ...…
 
Zandra de Araujo from the University of Missouri discusses her article, "Connections between secondary mathematics teachers' beliefs and their selection of tasks for English language learners", published in Curriculum Inquiry, Volume 47. Zandra's Professional Website See the comments for referneces mentioned during the interview Complete list o ...…
 
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Chemistry World Book Club
 
This month we discuss Chemistry, in which First-time novelist Weike Wang takes us inside the mind of a Chinese American PhD student in Boston
 
Mike Freemantle discovers a sweet solution to monitoring contaminated water
 
Kat Arney takes a long, hard look at the story behind those famous little blue pills
 
Emily Fyfe from Indiana University discusses her article, "Assessing formal knowledge of math equivalence among algebra and pre-algebra students," published in the Journal of Educational Psychology. Emily's professional webpage See comments for references mentioned during the interview. Complete list of episodes…
 
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Life of the School Podcast: The Podcast for Biology Teachers
 
Diana is a biology teacher science department chair at Barrington High School, in Barrington, RI. She currently teaches AP Biology. Diana is also the high school science fair coordinator. Diana is involved in a variety of leadership roles that focus on deeper learning and research-based science practices including the BSCS/NABT Leadership Acade ...…
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
From MC²’s statement of mass energy equivalence and Newton’s theory of gravitation to the sex ratio of bees and the golden ratio, our world is characterized by the ratios which can be found within it. In nature as well as in mathematics, there are some quantities which equal one another: every action has its equal and opposite reaction, buoyanc ...…
 
Brian Clegg introduces a failed rocket fuel oxidiser with a very tricky structure
 
Teddy Chao from Ohio State University discusses his co-authored chapter, "Experiences using clinical interviews in mathematics methods courses to empower preservice teachers: A conversation among three critical mathematics educators," from the AMTE professional book series (co-authors: ). Guest hosted by Cara Haines. Teddy's STEAM Factory page ...…
 
Kit Chapman discovers the compound that blighted Nixon’s second presidential inauguration by littering the route with dead pigeons
 
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Chemistry World Book Club
 
Dodgy dietary advice is everywhere, from bite-size morsels on social media to an all-you-can-eat buffet of books on how to eat ‘well’. ‘Lifestyle gurus’ dish up directions such as ‘cut out gluten’ or ‘consume like a caveman’, but much of their fare is fact-free. One chef thinks this is all too much to swallow, so set about reducing the science ...…
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
From MC2’s statement of mass energy equivalence and Newton’s theory of gravitation to the sex ratio of bees and the golden ratio, our world is characterized by the ratios which can be found within it. In nature as well as in mathematics, there are some quantities which equal one another: every action has its equal and opposite reaction, buoyanc ...…
 
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Life of the School Podcast: The Podcast for Biology Teachers
 
In this episode, I sit down with five teachers who will be presenting at the 2017 NABT Conference in Saint Louis. My conversation is with Valerie May of Woodstock Academy in Woodstock, CT, Robin Bulleri from Carrboro High School in Carrboro, NC, Jon Darkow of Seneca East High School in Attica, OH, Paul Strode of Fairview High School in Boulder, ...…
 
Kat Arney investigates the cancer-causing chemicals that could be lurking in that bag of peanuts
 
Brian Clegg freshens up the podcast with a spritz of lemon scent, courtesy of neral and geranial, collectively known as citral
 
The wear-resistant polymer that helps keep you warm in the winter surf
 
This special episode features a look back at math ed articles and books that have inspired us. Thanks to Joel Amidon, Lynette Guzman, Chris Austin, Sheunghyun Yeo, Jeremy Strayer, Dave Coffey, and Dan Meyer for their contributions. References are in the comments on MathEdPodcast.com. If you're interested in being a podcast contributor in the fu ...…
 
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Chemistry World Book Club
 
We are the products of nature and nurture, but the invention of Crispr, which enables us to alter our genomes, means we could soon be nurturing nature. This may well lead to a cure for HIV or certain types of cancer, but arguably it might lead to designer babies. In this week's podcast, we discuss A crack in creation by Crispr's inventor, Jenni ...…
 
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Life of the School Podcast: The Podcast for Biology Teachers
 
Clifford Nafrada is a science teacher at Arcadia High School in Phoenix, AZ. Clifford teacher Biology I, AP Biology, and Human Anatomy and Physiology. Clifford is a practitioner and advocate for active learning, including the Arcadia Students Working Actively with Technology, POGILs, Seminars instead of lectures, Standards Based Grading and Mas ...…
 
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