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LearnEnglish Elementary Podcasts are for learners at Elementary level or who are who are trying reach CEF Level A2 (Council of Europe Framework of Reference).
 
Home to the unofficial podcast about CBS’ Elementary and the BBC’s Sherlock. Hosted By Zack and Kristen. Episode recaps, news, analysis and predications are all discussed on this weekly show. Learn more, contact us, and check out our other podcasts at www.southgatemediagroup.com.
 
Practise your English language listening skills with Elementary Podcasts. Listen to them on your computer, or download them to your mp3 player or smartphone.
 
simply elementary is a podcast devoted to elementary OS (https://elementary.io) and the entire elementary project at large. Hosted by Nathan Dyer and Dane Henson, the show features long-form interviews with developers and community members, news, reviews, tips, tricks, discussions, and more.
 
LearnEnglish Elementary Podcast site is a way for you to practise your English language listening skills.
 
The BEST fan podcast for the CBS series Elementary
 
Elementary Story Telling illustrates how video and audio tools are used to tell a digital story.
 
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A podcast about current issues in education.
 
I'm here to help you find the best elementary teacher resources to make your classroom amazing!
 
This is a feed of pages for Sanders Elementary
 
This is the news podcast for Urbandale Elementary in Michigan!
 
This book provides the basics of Theosophy and perhaps the beginning of a life long journey. Theosophy comes from the ancient wisdom that man and nature are as inseparable from the universe as the universe is inseparable from man and nature. It is a science and a philosophy, not a religion which depends on (dogma) faith. Knowledge gained through the study of Theosophy comes from the understanding of natural laws and harmony of the universe. Rogers shows us why we cannot separate ourselves fr ...
 
The National Association of Elementary School Principals and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NAESP Radio. Executive Director Earl L. Franks, Ed.D., CAEhosts the program that will focus on the topics you really care about. Each brief segment of NAESP Radio will help keep abreast of the latest developments in the field.
 
Welcome to the Woodstation Elementary School Music Podcast! This show is all about the music of the Woodstation Generals as they learn and perform in the classroom of music teacher, Dr. Kevin Lane. Each show will feature some of the best music activities of the week, so don't miss a single show. You never know when you might be on it!
 
Bethke Elementary's recent posts to audioboom.com
 
podcasts from the kids in the Newfound Area Elementary Schools in New Hampshire
 
This is a feed of pages for Cochrane Elementary
 
This is Elementary Tech Time where students share what they know and encourage others to do the same! Remember, listening to podcasts from Elementary Tech Time is time well spent!
 
An occasional podcast of our morning and other community announcements.
 
This video segment demonstrates how video and audio podcasts can be recorded separately and then mixed using Windows Movie Maker. Internal and external microphones were used for audio. A webcam and a digital still camera were used for video.
 
This video segment demonstrates two students presenting their Social Studies Historical Figure Project.
 
Here is a place that you will find out about events for our school. Our students will be producing videos and posting them here about what is happening in our school.
 
Video tutorials for the Yukon Student Information System
 
This is an educational podcast series created by students and teachers at L'Ouverture Elementary School.
 
Meeker Elementary's recent posts to audioboom.com
 
The official podcast of Southfield Christian Elementary School in Southfield, Michigan
 
The experiments herewith reported were undertaken with the view of introducing certain improvements into the oil-drop method of determining e and N and thus obtaining a higher accuracy than had before been possible in the evaluation of these most fundamental constants.Physical Review, Vol. II, No. 2
 
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The top esl/efl listening resource for those learning English and teaching English. We provide real conversations recorded for all levels of English learners. In addition, the supporting worksheets and transcripts can be used for self access or in the classroom to provide valuable English language lessons for learners of English at Beginner, Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced levels.
 
This is a series of interviews, class performances, tips and tricks and maybe even a listening example for you to learn from.
 
Nellie Bennett Elementary School provides video podcasts of curriculum related lessons and useful faculty meeting presentations.
 
Elementary Students sharing their science knowledge
 
No time is set apart from the day for interaction between high school/ junior high and elementary kids and I would like to change that.
 
Welcome to the Notre Dame Academy Elementary School Podcast channel. We are the Knights! Visit us at http://www.ndaes.org
 
Arab05 - Arabic Elementary Course 2 - Online
 
Ronald Reagan ElementaryStage 1 JuniorsMacri, Rodwell, & Shepler
 
These Podcasts have been created by our wonderful Apopka Elementary School students.
 
The education podcast dedicated to keeping you informed and connected to what's current and what works. Follow The Bedley Bros on Twitter @BedleyBros
 
There should be more interaction between the high school and elementary.
 
Class field trip to Starved Rock State Park. Bill Eaker and Beth Kastorff's elementary classes from Geneseo Northside Elementary School.
 
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Host Manoush Zomorodi talks with everyone from big names techies to elementary school teachers about the effects of technology on our lives, in a quest for the smart choices that will help you think and live better.
 
The top listening resource for those learning Spanish and teaching Spanish. We provide real conversations recorded for Elementary, Intermediate and Upper Intermediate learners of Spanish. In addition, the supporting worksheets and transcripts can be used for self access or in the classroom to provide valuable Spanish language lessons for learners of Spanish at all levels.
 
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This Week on Local Matters: Jessica Berry YMCA VP of Youth Development, Carla Jackson, Edith J. Hayes Youth Services Coordinator, Beth Meyers, Mary Todd Elementary Family Resource Centers, Sabina Massey, Bryan Station High School Family Resourse Director and Jill Blackman, Cassidy Elementary and Morton Middle School Family Resource Center talk ...…
 
What can loan officers and business leaders like you learn from the habits and practices of highly successful realtors? While you might be already engaged with one or more of these practices, now is a great time to consider what you can do to up your game and take your business to the next level of growth and success. On this episode, you’ll ge ...…
 
Grace, from Ms. Bryant's 2nd Grade class reads from her book review of "Ivy + Bean" by Annie Barrows. This realistic fiction is full of fun characters!
 
A local teacher’s assistant who saved the life of a choking elementary school student wants us all to learn first aid. Join us today as Dr. Bob Leonard goes “In Depth” with Heather Peterson, with West Elementary in Knoxville.
 
Today Snyderville Planning Commissioner Chairperson, Bea Peck gave a run-down of the 4 hours they spent discussing a new development rezone, development agreement and conditional use permit on Bitner Road. Chris Robinson, Summit County Council member says UDOT gave an update on the Noise Wall they plan to build along I-80 near Jeremy Ranch as w ...…
 
Camilla, Christian, Olivia and Theo, from Ms. Pelis's 3rd grade class, review "Chester and Gus", by Cammie McGovern. Loyal, service dogs like Chester, are man's​ best friend!
 
Asha, Jude and Luke, from Ms. Pelis's 3rd grade class, review "Bridge to Terabithia", by Katherine Paterson. If you've ever enjoyed imaginative play with your best friend, this book is for you.
 
Abby, Sammy and Rosie, from Ms. Pelis's 3rd grade class, review "The Lemonade Wars", by Jacqueline Davies. Pour yourself a nice, cold glass of lemonade and enjoy listening!
 
Isaiah, Jake and Yaniel, from Ms. Pelis's 3rd grade class, review "Wallace and Grace and the Lost Puppy", by Heather Alexander. You are in for one exciting adventure!
 
Armany, Calvin and Jack, from Ms. Pelis's 3rd grade class, review "The Pool Party from the Black Lagoon", by Mike Thaler. I hope you brought your beach towel!
 
Episode 3 of The TNth Period reviews the department's third annual report on the Read to be Ready initiative, First Steps: A Report on Elementary Grades Reading in Tennessee. We talk to Molly Auger, Project Director with TNTP, Beth Davidson, a 2nd grade teacher at Martin Primary School in Weakley County, and Vicki Kirk, Deputy Commissioner and ...…
 
Here we are at the Temple of Heaven in Beijing with a lesson at HSK 1.Hope you enjoy the show!
 
My guest for today is Precious Allen. She is an educator who is passionate about human rights and global citizenship. Precious is a teacher in Chicago, Illinois and has a Bachelors in Elementary Education and a Masters in Reading Specialist. Precious shared her story behind her book called "Love You for You." Her book targets self-esteem & glob ...…
 
Today’s guest is Etienne Thomas. Thomas is the Associate Athletics Director of Student Life at the University of Kansas. Her unique story in the world of athletics did not begin in a gym or on a field. Thomas has a law background and her first connection with athletics was as a volunteer trainer at North Carolina Central University. Thomas has ...…
 
In this episode, Mike and Glen discuss the topic on everyone's mind: Laurel or Yanny. Mike reviews his trip to Chicago with 60 elementary students. They're pretty excited about going to ISTE, so much so that they talk about it 5 weeks out. They discuss the tragic school shooting in Santa Fe Texas and address an interesting article that came up ...…
 
Colin not only shared his laid back and positive sense of humour, which filled this episode with lots of laughs, but he also shared his story which started as early as his Grade 8 year of elementary school. Additionally Colin speaks about his perspective on the current skilled trades boost and the difference in his opinion between making a payc ...…
 
This week's teacher feature award goes to Ley Kou a teacher at Southland Elementary in Riverton. Nominated by a parent who's had multiple students in Ms. Kou's classes over the years. Ms. Kou goes above and beyond, even bringing food to the family home of the students when she found out a couple of the students were sick. She says the recogniti ...…
 
Tyler runs around CCR asking people what their 2nd favorite thing at conventions is! Find out the answers from Susan Lee, Mike Wellman, Fanbase Press, Ray Anthony Height, and so many more! Question: What is your 2nd favorite thing about going to conventions? The Interviewees Click to view slideshow. Michael Tanner (Writer, Junior Braves of the ...…
 
Episode 21: Cheree McKean of Empresa Elementary School Today we’re talking with Cheree McKean, Principal of Empresa Elementary School, and I think you’ll be impressed and inspired with the culture of the school and how that fuels the learning taking place there. Empresa is probably most known for their robust music program and test scores. And ...…
 
Monday's Morning Announcements from Cashwell Elementary, Fayetteville North Carolina.
 
Mady, from Ms Bryant's class, has an award for "Imagination According to Humphrey", by Betty Birney!
 
Thea, from Ms. Bryant's class, shares what she thinks about Junie B Jones, by Barbara Park!
 
After several weeks, we have fixed the glitches that prevented us from posting each week's sermon audio. Here is the sermon from Pentecost Sunday, May 20, 1018. Earlier this week, I was down at the Wesleyan Child Care Center, picking up my son Ian... (By the way, if you’re looking to top off your joy tank, just go ahead and put a marker on your ...…
 
Clara and Ellie, from Ms Kline's 4th grade class, teach us a little about the mysterious and ancient monster, the Sirens!
 
Elyse, from Ms. Kline's 4th grade classroom, interviews Principal Canata about what it means to be the principal at Leeds Elementary School!
 
Healing was such an intrinsic part of Jesus' ministry on the Earth in His time. The gospel writers even felt it was so elementary to His persona and teachings that 1/5 of their written materials cover these events in detail.This week Steve expounds on the unequivocal nature of God's heart towards healing. He not only teaches from a scriptural b ...…
 
World Anti-Tobacco Day Christine Roherty is the Vice President of Health Promotion for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of New Brunswick. Her job is to ensure the Foundation has mission impact within our programs, projects and special events for all New Brunswickers. They collaborate with other like-minded government and non-government stakehold ...…
 
Jaci Jackson teaches 1st grade at Lakes Elementary in Rockford, MI. Her background includes both suburban and urban school districts, and whatever the student population, she has found great success in fostering and growing positive life skills in her students. Listen as she discusses some of her strategies and perspectives.For more or to conne ...…
 
Welcome to Short Stories: A Podcast on Mommyhood Matters, by The Shortest Tallman! Here, I'll chat with some real moms doing amazing things, and together we'll talk about their families, work/life balance, self-care, and their passions. Each one of these amazing moms has an area of specialty to share with us, so I hope you'll tune in and maybe ...…
 
In this episode, I have had the pleasure of speaking with Mike Williams—a professional engineer who has spent his career specializing in sustainable design, green standards compliance, carbon reduction, and developing energy efficiency strategies. Mike has been a key contributor to some of Canadaʼs greenest buildings, including the CANMET Mater ...…
 
It saddens me that two more school shootings happened before I could publish this podcast about recent gun violence in schools. Here are our thoughts on teaching to "gun violence kids"--students who have lived with the threat of gun violence since they started school. If you teach middle school or high school, most of your students have practic ...…
 
Theme Song: Blind Guardian – This Will Never End00:30 Topics for this week (Deadpool 2, Wild Wild Country, Santa Fe School Shooting)00:45 Quick Takes (HBD Malcolm X, Rockets, The Office)01:45 Jorge is calling it – Rockets in 605:30 Jorge watches The Office for the first time (sorta)08:47 Is Jim the villain of The Office?10:00 Deadpool 212:45 Em ...…
 
As young people at UUCPA come of age, they spend several months together in reflection on the questions adult UUs grapple with, meet with mentors from the congregation, and articulate their own beliefs in a credo project. This service is the culmination of their project where they lead the service and share their credos. Credos and Statements o ...…
 
Darcie speaks with the mother of two Hanalei Elementary students who just returned to school. We also hear from Kauai County Councilmember Mason Chock, and community organizer Mehana Vaughn, about early recovery efforts.
 
Friday's edition of the Cashwell Elementary Morning Announcements 📢🙌🏻
 
Children's book author Suzanne Kline discusses her latest book, Beep, Beep, Gizmo! It is making headway in elementary schools across America to remind kids to take a pause, breathe, and become more aware of themselves and the people around them when faced with a challenging experience.
 
On this episode we were fortunate to speak with Betsy about her expirence as a Tuscarora Language educator for 20+ years. She teaches language classes at Niagara University and has taught at Tuscarora Elementary School for 20 years. She continues work closely with elders to develop a greater understanding of the language so she can keep improvi ...…
 
TCAPSLoop Weekly Episode 48...The Summer Slide iTunes Google Play SoundCloud Stitcher The school year is coming to a close and parents a frantically attempting to plan for the summer. One worry a parent often faces is the specter of their child experiencing the "Summer Slide," where some students may lose as many as 3 months of progress educati ...…
 
Restorative Justice Recorded on April 22, 2018 Moderator: Victor Small, Jr. (@mrsmall215) Victor is a Teacher on Special Assignment in his first year at Edna Brewer Middle School in Oakland, CA. He is also the Co-Moderator of the Restorative Justice League Voxer group and Twitter Chat. I blog, rap, and vlog. Panelists: Jennifer Bond (@teambond) ...…
 
When it comes to elementary school, we often hear about how rigid it is, and academically focused, yet research shows that play based learning has greater outcomes for success. I dove into all things elementary school with my friend Amanda. She is the director of an independent K-6 in Vermont. We talk about things to look for in a school, ways ...…
 
Among the thousands of teachers who filled the streets of North Carolina's capital Wednesday, were hundreds of educators from Western North Carolina. Many who were unable to make the trip to Raleigh attended satellite rallies, including one in Asheville. “Thank you so much for coming today” Around 10 o’clock Wednesday morning, teachers and supp ...…
 
I love this wall, arguably the best-preserved city wall in the world. It's on my bucket list to walk around it.Anyway, hope you enjoy this city wall themed HSK 1 lesson today!
 
Nfusz Updates From Rory Cutaia (2018) Rory Cutaia CEO nFusz www.nfusz.com On this weeks’s CEO Money show, nFusz CEO Rory Cutaia briefs us about two big announcements that the company made this week. On May 8th, nFusz, Inc. announced it has expanded its notifi product line to include notifiTEACH, an interactive video-based learning platform fo ...…
 
What is executive functioning? On this episode of the Strength In Words podcast, Ayelet sits down with Renee Peña Lopez, a special education and early childhood educator, to discuss how executive functioning is related to foundational learning and play in early childhood. We got the scoop about how to make play more purposeful to support this i ...…
 
In this episode Nat interviews Sat Hari about her most unique life story. From the experience of growing up close to spiritual teacher Yogi Bhajan, being a Sikh in American elementary school, to going to a boarding school in the foothills of the Himalayas with no heat, living with giardia for years in India, scrounging for change for food after ...…
 
Jen, Annie and Lauren sit down with Jacqueline Stickle, a registered dietitian with expertise in the area of school nutrition and community health. They discuss nutrition education for kids, how to evaluate how good it is and how to help foster healthy relationships with foods for our kids. Listen in and learn about: What to look for in your ch ...…
 
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