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Best Ela podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Ela podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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True wealth is having a peaceful heart and clarity of mind. Writer and life coach Ela Crain travels around the world, from Mexico to China, meeting masters of spiritual development to find out about their secrets. She shares her findings every Monday and Friday. Tune in to discover how you can tap into your limitless potential, learn how to trust your instincts, express your creative powers, and surround yourself with quality relationships. Ela’s background combines the Western sciences with ...
 
Across the Hall: ELA Strategies from One Door Away Across the Hall is a podcast for ELA teachers seeking tips and examples on how to bring the latest tech tools and strategies into their classrooms. Join hosts Cade Somers and Michelle Shelton, ELA colleagues themselves, as they seek to share actual classroom experiences along with the expertise of special guests from the world of education and ed tech.
 
Founded in 1962, Film Comment has been the home of independent film journalism for over 50 years, publishing in-depth interviews, critical analysis, and feature coverage of mainstream, art-house, and avant-garde filmmaking from around the world. Our podcast is a weekly space for critical conversation about film, with a look at topical issues, new releases, and the big picture. Film Comment is a nonprofit publication that relies on the support of readers. Support film culture and subscribe today.
 
Literacy Principles WITH JANE SEWARD AND ROBI ALSTROM In 2007, Jane brought her belief to ESSDACK that teaching reading really is “rocket science.” Her passion for literacy is shared with teachers as she sees them empowered in their ability to teach a broader range of students to read at grade level. Prior to ESSDACK, Jane was an elementary teacher before spending seven years as the reading specialist for South Central Kansas Special Education Cooperative in Pratt. Robi possesses a variety o ...
 
Cansado de astrologia new age e McEsoterismo? Nao aguenta mais ouvir sobre lua negra, quiron, e pseudo-filosofia de botiquim? A astrologia não nasceu nos anos 60. Ela tem milhares de anos, e durantes esses milênios, a enfase foi na previsão, e não na enrolação. Acompanhe nosso podcast e aprenda mais sobre esse fascinante mundo que comanda o nosso.
 
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.
 
ALF presents The Dialogue, an ongoing series of conversations featuring members of the ALF Senior Fellow network. Podcasts feature some of the most interesting and influential leaders in Silicon Valley discussing their personal leadership journeys, how they navigate the complex challenges of the 21st century, and their hopes for the future vibrancy of our communities, the nation and the world.
 
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Hey, you! No episódio de hoje do podcast Inglês Online eu falo sobre o idiom let alone, que é suuuuper comum na língua inglesa. Ouvindo os vários exemplos do pod, você vai se familiarizar bastante com esta expressão e chegar bem mais perto do ponto onde é só abrir a boca que as palavras saem (se é que você já não está lá). Ouça, re-ouça e depois de…
 
Wondering whether fall will bring distance learning, blended learning, or a return to strangely distant classrooms? In this podcast episode, discover a plan for an opening unit that will work for any of those scenarios. Plus, it will help you build community in your class and allow you to get to know your students, even if you can't actually meet t…
 
W trudniejszych czasach potrzeba będzie dużo siły psychicznej naszym ludziom. Przy „obciętych” budżetach rozwojowych to właśnie barki HR i menedżera obciąży jeszcze bardziej zadanie wspieranie ludzi. Już nawet nie po to, aby walczyć z pandemią, ale po to aby utrzymywać motywację wewnętrzną, umieć odcinać się od negatywnych sygnałów płynących z rynk…
 
How’s it going? No episódio de hoje eu falo sobre o idiom keep your fingers crossed. Transcrição Hi. How are you? This is Ana, back with a new episode of the Inglês Online podcast. Hope all is well. What’s the weather like in Brazil? I think it’s getting cold in Brazil, isn’t it? Today I came across this really, really cool idiom, which is keep you…
 
'What Kind of Times Are These' and 'Planetarium' by Adrienne Rich read by Alison Scott. 'What Kind of Times Are These' and 'Planetarium' both appear in 'Collected Poems: 1950–2012' published by W. W. Norton Company in 2016. Transcripts can be found at https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/51092/what-kind-of-times-are-these and https://www.poetryfo…
 
In this special call-in episode, listeners share their stories and questions from throughout season 2—including teaching remotely, working with families and stakeholders, and incorporating social justice into subjects like math and science. As educators, we’re strongest when we support each other. And you’ll hear great suggestions from fellow teach…
 
'The Opposite of a Dark Dungeon' by Frederick Seidel read by Andrew Kerr. 'The Opposite of a Dark Dungeon' first appeared in 'Life on Earth: Poems' published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux in 2001. A transcript can be found at https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=ZesTw_o_uE4C&pg=PT216&lpg=PT216&dq=the+opposite+of+a+dark+dungeon+frederick+seidel&source…
 
Lab Atlanta is an innovative program connecting students with the resources and richness of Atlanta, and empowering them to make an impact through project-based learning. Find out more in this podcast episode with its founder, Laura Deisley, and start thinking about how you could incorporate aspects of its model into your own teaching. Find the sho…
 
What’s going on? Gravei o episódio de hoje enquanto fazia compra em um supermercado online. Você usa esse tipo de site no Brasil? Conte. Mas primeiro, ouça e enjoy :) Fique de orelha em pé para as pronúncias destas palavras (que muita gente erra!): AISLE, CUPBOARD e BISCUIT Transcrição Hello. How have you been? All good? So, so? Whatever is going o…
 
It’s been a while since we did a new episode in our Film Comment Podcast: at Home series. Let me assure you that’s not because we’ve stopped watching movies or even left the house for that matter. So FC Editor-in-Chief Nicolas Rapold got together again with my colleagues to talk about the latest selection of home viewing that’s been occupying our p…
 
In 2016 a group of non-profit CEOs came together to explore how to put equity at the center of their organizations and how to navigate the sometimes challenging conversations that accompany significant cultural change. ALF was invited in to facilitate this CEO Diversity Inclusion Equity Liberation affinity group, whose journey has been transformati…
 
Tudo bem por aí? No episódio de hoje, eu te faço uma pergunta. Para responder, é só escolher e clicar em uma alternativa ao fim do texto abaixo. Ouça o podcast e me diga o que você acha… Enjoy. Transcrição Hi, everyone. How’s it going? How have you been? This is Ana with another episode of the Inglês Online podcast. Here we go. Today I have a quest…
 
'April 7, 1969' by Richard Brautigan read by Emma Astner. 'April 7, 1969' first appears in the collection, 'Rommel Drives on Deep Into Egypt' published by Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence in 1970. A transcript can be found at https://jonathanleeb.tumblr.com/post/12340199131/richard-brautigan-april-7-1969/amp More from Emma Astner can be found at ht…
 
After a flood ravaged his hometown of Cedar Rapids, IA, Trace Pickering helped lead a transformation in education through his innovative program, Iowa Big. Maybe our current crisis could give us an opportunity to reenvision school in America. Listen to this interview with Trace for inspiration.By Betsy Potash: English Teacher + Education Blogger + Curriculum Designer
 
It’s time for our first call-in show! We know things are chaotic for you and every other educator right now. We feel it too, so this seems like the perfect time to talk. Pick up the phone and dial 888-59-STORY (888-597-8679). Our lines are open until Sunday night, April 19. Teaching hard history is even harder right now, so let’s talk about resourc…
 
In more normal times, this week’s podcast might have been a Rep Report, reviewing some of the riches screening in New York’s art-house theaters. I’ve spent more happy hours than I could possibly count at those theaters, with certain years defined by landmark retrospectives and rare screenings of one sort or another. Film Comment has been lucky to c…
 
We’re always happy to welcome two outstanding scholars to the Film Comment Podcast, and you’ve probably already read their criticism or heard them on a DVD or streaming commentary. David Bordwell last joined us to discuss his book Reinventing Hollywood, and of course his books are staples of film studies courses and his regular film blog with Krist…
 
An inspiring development during the pandemic has been watching people pull together to help one another and especially those hit hardest. One such effort was the Cinema Worker Solidarity Fund, which raised nearly $80,000 in 10 days for out-of-work movie theater employees. For our latest edition of The Film Comment Podcast at Home, Film Comment Edit…
 
We begin another week with The Film Comment Podcast at Home, keeping ourselves distracted and hopefully our listeners too. One big way the crisis is affecting the movie business is that it’s also another week without new theatrical releases. That might be the least of our concerns, but it’s definitely been food for thought among critics and other m…
 
Right now, movie theaters are temporarily closed, and we’ll have to wait a while before we can all sit together again and look up at the big screen. But before the curtain dropped on moviegoing, Film Comment Editor-in-Chief Nicolas Rapold made his annual pilgrimage to the True/False Film Fest. True/False is a reliably energizing festival of nonfict…
 
Grab a smoothie and let's talk about life under quarantine. In this episode, I'm sharing five tips and resources that have stuck with me from a lot of online conversations these last few weeks, and then sharing a picture of life at our house. I hope it's helpful to you.By Betsy Potash: English Teacher + Education Blogger + Curriculum Designer
 
Staying at home is a global phenomenon in these difficult times, as we all find ourselves with a lot more indoors time and anxiety on our hands. For our latest daily edition of Film Comment Podcast at Home, we go to Brazil. Critic and programmer Ela Bittencourt wrote our interview feature on Bacurau in our March-April issue, and now, the film’s sto…
 
'The Lady of Shalott (after Tennyson)' by Becky Varley-Winter with excerpt from 'Aurora Leigh' by Elizabeth Barrett Browning read by Becky Varley-Winter. 'The Lady of Shalott (after Tennyson)' was published by V Press in 2019. For more information visit http://vpresspoetry.blogspot.com/p/heroines.html?m=1 'Aurora Leigh' was first published in 1856.…
 
For our latest daily edition of the podcast, we reached out again to a filmmaker for a report from another corner of the world. Nadav Lapid is the director of The Kindergarten Teacher, The Policeman, and most recently, Synonyms, which played in The New York Film Festival and before that won the top prize at Berlin. Film Comment Editor-in-Chief Nico…
 
Hello! How’s it going? Hoje o podcast é sobre… o que mais poderia ser? Sim, o coronavírus – mas com um twist voltado ao entretenimento, ou, pelo menos, ao bom uso do tempo para aqueles que estão fazendo social distancing, self-isolation ou quarantine. Transcrição Hi, everyone. How are you guys? This is Ana Luiza of Inglês Online with a new podcast …
 
Indian Removal was a brutal and complicated effort that textbooks often simplify. It is also inseparably related to slavery. Enslavers seeking profit drove demand for Indigenous lands, displacing hundreds of thousands of Indigenous people. Some of these Indigenous people participated in chattel slavery. Focusing on the Chickasaw and Choctaw nations…
 
In an article in The New York Times, the critic Manohla Dargis wrote about what we’re missing right now: “There is nothing like watching a movie, leaving the world while being rooted in it alongside friends, family and everyone else.” It’s a feeling that means so much to all of us, and on this podcast, we’ve been doing our best to stay virtually co…
 
On the past few episodes we’ve posed the same essential question to critics, a filmmaker, and a curator: what’s the view from where you’re sitting? That’s come to mean a couple of things: what are you watching these days, but also what’s life like from your perspective of the film world? For this installment, we looked within our own organization, …
 
Last weekend, the box office report for new releases looked very different: it was glaringly empty. As with so much of the world, the pandemic has left its mark on film: for now, new theatrical releases are in a kind of holding pattern. Our latest guest on The Film Comment Podcast at Home series is regular contributor Nick Pinkerton, and he’s been …
 
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