Best Christianeducation podcasts we could find (Updated September 2019)
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Teach 4 the Heart
Weekly
 
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.
 
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The Mason Jar
Monthly+
 
From the CiRCE Institute, this re-freshed version of The Mason Jar will feature a variety of voices that hope to explore the intersection of Charlotte Mason's important work with the application of classical thought, primarily (but not necessarily exclusively) within the context of home-education.
 
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Ask Andrew
Monthly+
 
The Ask Andrew Podcast features weekly reflections on the purpose and nature of classical education from Andrew Kern, author of Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping American, and President of the CiRCE Institute. Each week Andrew will tackle a key idea, term, or theme in classical education, briefly defining it and explaining its purpose and place within classical pedagogy.
 
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FREDTalks
Monthly
 
Soapbox.Network informs and transforms people through podcasts on leadership, education, technology, faith, discipleship, and ministry.
 
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In this episode of The Mason Jar Renee Mathis chats with Josh Krebs, a counselor, therapist, and homeschooling dad of 4. They chat about husbands, wives, moms, dads, and the power of great communication.
 
When we worry about the future of our world – be it politics, societal perspectives, or even our religious freedom – are we really worried about the Kingdom or are we more concerned with preserving our life of relative ease? Join us for a thought-provoking episode as we examine our own hearts and prayerfully walk away encouraged in His truths.…
 
Today we tackle the age-old question, “how much should I grade?” and give practical tips to make grading manageable and fair.
 
One of the fastest ways to lose your students’ focus is to lose them academically. Conversely, students are much more engaged when they are confident in what they’re doing and are feeling a measure of success. So, let’s talk about some ways to help them be successful. Get more help in our full Beyond Classroom Management course at www.teach4the ...…
 
Join Renee Mathis for another conversation here on The Mason Jar with homeschooling mom and co-op leader, Jamie Rives. Jamie leads a Charlotte Mason co-op of 25 families in the Houston area. Find out the surprising truth of who is benefitting most!
 
When you add writing to your class, you not only build students’ communication skills, but you also help think more deeply about the subject matter, too. In this episode, you’ll discover five easy ways to incorporate writing into any subject. Get notes & links at www.teach4theheart.com/writing.
 
Welcome back to the Mason Jar season 3! In this episode, Renee is joined by author and mom of 7, Rachel Jankovic. Rachel’s book You Who? addresses why moms matter -- and what that means practically speaking. She also has a great solution for countering the wrong voices with the right truth. If you like this show, please be sure to rate and review!…
 
Too often we come to the Bible looking for what it says about us & what we are supposed to do. But that’s actually the secondary storyline of Scripture, not the first. And we have to understand the core storyline in order to properly understand where we fit into it.
 
Have you ever felt like your reading class was a little, well, boring? Reading workshops are a great way to engage students and creating a love of reading – all while building valuable skills along the way. In this episode, Jen Bengel shares why you should try reading workshops – and a simple way to expand students’ horizons when it comes to ch ...…
 
JotForm is a great tool to collect data for your classroom. Check out their premade templates for classrooms and schools and try it free at www.teach4theheart.com/jotform. They also are generously offering a 50% discount for educators on their paid plans at www.teach4theheart.com/jotformdeal
 
Welcome back! In this episode, season three host Renee Mathis is joined by two homeschooling sisters, Jami Marstall and Jodi Shell. Join in as they talk about homeschooling and family relationship (including dynamics between sisters, siblings, and cousins, oh my!).
 
Surrounded by a plethora of challenges, it’s easy to become frustrated, stressed, and even burnt out as a teacher. Join us for an inspiring conversation with Jackie Matthews to discover how to rise up out of frustrations and find the source of your power and strength. Get notes and links at www.teach4theheart.com/power Register for the free Chr ...…
 
In this clip from our upcoming Christian Educators Virtual Summit, Ashley Ogal shares two actionable strategies to help us regroup when we’re having a bad day. To hear the rest of this session (and many more), sign up for the FREE Christian Educators Virtual Summit at www.ChristianEducatorsSummit.com.…
 
The Mason Jar is back with a new series of episodes with Renee Mathis, a longtime homeschooling mother, conference speaker, and a head mentor in the CiRCE Institute's apprenticeship program. In episode 3.1 she is joined by her daughter Katie Krebs, a 2nd generation homeschooler, to discuss the kind of encouragement is needed for mom's who are “ ...…
 
Listen to discover a simple yet powerful idea to build positive rapport with parents – and get to know your students better in the process.
 
In this clip from our upcoming Christian Educators Virtual Summit, JP Moreland shares two powerful tips for focusing your prayers – especially when you are coming to God in need of relief from anxiety. To hear the rest of this session (and many more), sign up for the FREE Christian Educators Virtual Summit at www.ChristianEducatorsSummit.com.…
 
Join us for a conversation with Marilyn Rhames of Teachers Who Pray. We’re discussing some of our favorite takeaways from her new book Master Teacher: 12 Spiritual Lessons that Can Transform Schools & Revolutionize Public Education. In particular, we discuss what it looks like to cross the street or race. We also tackle the topic of restorative ...…
 
Join Karen Kern and her guests, Emily Hill and Heidi White for a discussion about the power of literature to provide children with what Charlotte Mason described as a "sense of the spaciousness of days" and "living pictures." They chat about choosing the best books, what engaging discussion looks like, narration, and reading aloud. Thanks for l ...…
 
Crystal Kershaw shares an insightful idea for how to create opportunities for meaningful conversations with students.
 
Discover a simple way to motivate students & build your classroom community. Best yet, this doesn’t take away any time from your already jam-packed class. Instead, it redeems class time you’re probably currently wasting. Thanks to Jessica from What I Have Learned Teaching for this great tip!
 
We are loving the Trapped in a Video Game series by Dustin Brady. These books are perfect for read alouds, your classroom library, and inspiring reluctant readers!
 
Too many students have been impacted by trauma, and sometimes we as educators wonder how to best help them. Join us for an important conversation with Dr. Janyne McConnaughey as we discuss what trauma responses might look like, what our response should be, and how to create a trauma sensitive classroom. Get notes and links at www.teach4theheart ...…
 
Today, we talk about why our relationship with God shouldn’t be centered on guilt – and the freedom and joy of simply enjoying Him.
 
Check out the amazing What’s in the Bible with Buck Denver video series – an incredible resource for both kids & adults.
 
This small tip will save you a ton of time & frustration when having students grade papers together in class.
 
The stronger our classroom community, the more likely our students are to succeed. But how exactly do we create that thriving learning environment? Join us as we discuss 4 strategies to develop a strong classroom community. Get notes & links at www.teach4theheart.com/community Reserve your spot in one of the free trainings at www.teach4theheart ...…
 
Join Karen Kern and Elsie Iudicello as they discuss what Charlotte Mason wrote about the importance of play and getting outdoors, how the beauty of nature restores and refreshes, the difference between recreation and amusement, and how to guard our families against the negative influences of technology. Remember: subscribe, rate, review! And be ...…
 
Today we’re sharing an important reminder you won’t want to forget as you plan for back-to-school.
 
Do you ever have parents ask you to send regular (personalized) updates about their child? What do you say? Listen to discover why yes isn’t actually the best answer (and neither is no). But there is an answer that meets the need without adding an unnecessary burden to your schedule.
 
With every baby I have, the weight becomes harder to get off. So this time, I joined weight watchers. Listen to hear about my experience so far and consider if it might be the right program for you.
 
In this sixth episode of this season of The Mason Jar, Karen Kern and Emily Hill chat about how the experience of the beauty in nature contributes crucially to any family's culture. They discuss Charlotte Mason's essential teaching on getting children outside everyday and how she does with her own kids. She describes her three kinds of nature b ...…
 
Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning. In this episode, Andrew offers some additional thoughts in response to question about the place and purpose of catechism in educati ...…
 
Classroom organization cuts down on so many problems, but sometimes it's easier said than done. Join us for a conversation with Kelly of the Simply Organized teacher, where she shares 5 tips for organizing your classroom - and simple routines to keep it that way all year long. Get notes, links, & resources at www.teach4theheart.com/organized…
 
Bible memory is vital, but we often feel we don’t have the time. Join us to discover an awesome app that will help you memorize Scripture anytime anywhere – in the time you usually waste browsing your phone. Search Bible Memory App in the app store or visit www.biblememory.com.
 
In this quick thought podcast, we dive into I Peter 2-3 and discover what God’s Word has to say when we suffer for doing good. Join us for this encouraging word.
 
In this quick thought podcast, we discuss the importance of building relationships now – and the possibilities they might open for gospel impact in years to come.
 
In this episode, we speak with Elizabeth Chapman, high school English teacher & mom of two. Two years ago, she experienced her what she considers her worst year as a teacher – overwhelmed, exhausted, and stressed. But this past year, she reports, was possibly her best yet! What made the difference? She shares her secrets – and some amazing tips ...…
 
Have you tried Kahoot? In this quick thought podcast, we discuss this awesome review tool and how to use it in your classroom. Check it out at www.kahoot.com.
 
Join Karen Kern as she chats with guests Elsie Iudicello and Emily Hill about the importance of exposing children to excellent art and music in a way that gives them the opportunity to participate at their own skill level, and how the arts train children to pay attention and discover truth, goodness, and beauty -- since, after all, education is ...…
 
Join us in this quick thought episode to discover a simple tool to help hold your kids accountable and make this a summer of learning and fun – not just screen time.
 
In this quick thought episode, we discuss an organization tip that’s easy to set up and will save you time every month.
 
Welcome to Ask Andrew, a weekly podcast where Andrew Kern contemplates important ideas, essential terms, and unavoidable themes in classical education–and what they mean for the day-to-day of teaching and learning. In this episode, Andrew offers some additional thoughts in response to question about the place and purpose of catechism in educati ...…
 
Have you had a rough school year? The good news is that next year provides a fresh start, and in it you can reinvent your entire classroom culture! Join us for some encouragement & practical advice to turn things around and get to the point where you love teaching again. Get notes & links at www.teach4theheart.com/freshstart Resources mentioned ...…
 
In this episode Karen Kern is joined by Renee Mathis to discuss Renee's longtime love of cooking and the importance of establishing mealtime routines and traditions when children are young, thus passing on culinary delights to the next generation and preserving the culture of our homes. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!…
 
In the third episode of this season, Karen Kern chats with Christina Davis, mother of seven (and a longtime military wife), about nurturing a culture of service and kindness in our communities and within our own families. Christina looks back at what made her desire to have a family who serves others with delight, how her husband encourages her ...…
 
As the school year comes to a close, let’s make the most of these last weeks and finish the year strong. Join us as we discuss ten mistakes to avoid during these final weeks. Get notes & links at www.teach4theheart.com/lastweeks Get the free guided self-reflection at www.teach4theheart.com/reflect Join one of our summer book clubs at www.teach4 ...…
 
Love is powerful, but sometimes showing real love to our students is easier said than done. Join us as we dive into I Cor. 13 to discover what real love looks like – and the key to actually being able to love this way. Get notes & links at www.teach4theheart.com/reallove
 
In episode two of this brand new season of The Mason Jar, Karen Kern is joined by Cyndi McAllister, a friend and a pastor's wife, about nurturing a culture of faith in our homes (both purposefully and unconsciously). They discuss how faith must be evident in ourselves through forgiveness and repentance. Special attention was paid to the wonderf ...…
 
In episode one of this brand new season of The Mason Jar, Karen Kern is joined by her friends Heidi White and Emily Hill to discuss what we mean when we talk about "family culture": Does it arise subconsciously or must it be purposeful? What does it mean practically that our children are images of God to be nurtured? And how can we guard and pr ...…
 
Teaching is more than just a job. It's a calling and unique privilege. And as Christian teachers, it takes on even more significance as we realize God has placed us right where we are for a reason. Join us as we discuss why we should view teaching as a ministry and some practical examples of what that looks like. Get notes & links at www.teach4 ...…
 
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