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#EdChat Radio 

#EdChat Radio
Once a week Highlights and amplifications from the Twitter discussion of the week on #EdChat. Hosted By Tom Whitby and members of the EdChat team of moderators including MaryBeth Hertz, Kyle Pace, Jerry Blumengarten, Jerry Swiatek, Nancy Blair, Steven Anderson, Shelly Terrell, and Bernadeth Wall in the UK. — BAM Radio Network - The Twitterati Channel
 
 

Classroom Praxis 

Classroom Praxis
Enough with politicians and education theorists critiquing education. This podcast discussion is between real teachers talking about what actually happens in the classroom. — sunnymede
 
 

Every Classroom Matters With Cool Cat Teacher 

Every Classroom Matters With Cool Cat Teacher
A candid, look at the new big ideas that are transforming classrooms everywhere from a practicing teacher's point of view. — BAM Radio Network - The Twitterati Channel
 
 

NPR Topics: Education Podcast 

NPR Topics: Education Podcast
"From NPR: perspectives on great teachers, the science of learning, classroom dynamics and more. The best of Morning Edition, All Things Considered and other award-winning NPR programs. — NPR
 
 

Pivotal Podcast - Managing Behaviour - get practical advice on managing behaviour in your classroom 

Pivotal Podcast - Managing Behaviour - get practical advice on managing behaviour in your classroom
Join behaviour specialist, Paul Dix and host, Kevin Mulryne, in a free, weekly podcast featuring practical advice on how to manage behaviour in your classroom, safeguarding, teaching and learning. Learn from best practice examples and submit your own questions or comments via email (podcast@pivotaleducation.com) or one of the voicemail hotlines - and get involved! — Pivotal Education Ltd
 
 

Talks with Teachers 

Talks with Teachers
Talks with Teachers brings you the stories and inspiration behind America's great English educators. Each episode features a master ELA/Literacy/English teacher sharing what worked, what didn't and the wisdom gained from their years of classroom experience. Intended to boost morale and help teachers find joy and purpose, Talks with Teachers is a great resource for K-12 English, Literacy, and ELA teachers — Brian Sztabnik: English Teacher, Blogger, Podcaster
 
 

Teacher's Aid with Rae Pica 

Teacher
Body Mind & Child is now Teachers Aid with Rae Pica . Your source for actionable insights and practical tips to handle some of the most challenging problems teachers face. . — BAM Radio Network
 
 

Teachers Teaching Teachers » Podcast Feed 

Teachers Teaching Teachers » Podcast Feed
Podcasting By and For Teachers. Teachers moderate this podcast that comes from a weekly Hangout conversation and live webcast. Paul Allison, Monika Hardy, and Chris Sloan invite their colleagues, and talk about teaching reading, writing, and content with Web 2.0 technologies. — Paul Allison
 
 

Teaching & Learning Matters 

Teaching & Learning Matters
Teaching & Learning Matters is designed to help you enhance teaching and learning in your courses. We hope that you will use these podcasts to reflect upon what you are doing in the courses and how you may design certain aspects of your courses to best meet the learning needs of your students. Produced by the Center for Teaching & Learning at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Contact us at ctl@uncc.edu. — Sam Eneman
 
 

The Amazing Teacher Podcast 

The Amazing Teacher Podcast
The Amazing Teacher Podcast was created to provide new teachers and soon-to-be teachers with a place where they can find tips, strategies, and ideas so they can be even more amazing in the classroom. Topics include classroom management, lesson creation, student engagement and professional development. — Sam Rangel: Teacher Success Coach
 
 

Two Teachers Talking™ 

Two Teachers Talking™
Teachers know that when classes are done, the beer has been poured, and teachers gather around the table, the talk turns to...teaching. Great (and not so great ideas) are thrown 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. Then let us know what you think. — Tony Silva and Charles Wiz
 
 

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