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Jam-packed with cool classrooms, cool apps, and cool teaching ideas, full-time teacher, Vicki Davis, who blogs as the Cool Cat Teacher, loves to interview awesome teachers and educators from around the world on this teacher podcast. Her goal is to interview the most in-classroom teachers on one helpful teacher podcast. She loves to encourage and share other education podcasts too. You can follow Vicki @coolcatteacher on all social media and join the conversation.
 
A weekly podcast for language teachers and learners hosted by Dr. Liam Printer talking all things education, languages, motivation and engagement; linking current educational research to your classroom practice and providing a few ideas for some easy to implement, zero-prep, motivational strategies you can try out right away! Join the conversation on social media using #MotivatedClassroom. I'd love to know what you think so please get in touch. Full programme notes available on www.liamprint ...
 
Every week, I have conversations with naturalists, coaches, docents, museum guides, music teachers -- anyone who educates outside a traditional classroom. We share ideas about what works best and what we can learn from one another. Our goal is to support developing communities of practice among all informal educators. Come join us -- in The Classroom Beyond!
 
Welcome to the podcast where two ex-examiners sit down every week to discuss all thing IELTS. It doesn't matter if you are new to IELTS or have been struggling to achieve your band scores for a long time, Nick and Shelly will help you complete your IELTS journey in the least painful way possible. So, if you are looking for two teachers who offer clear practical advice about how to prepare for the IELTS test, have over 30-years teaching experience, and make IELTS enjoyable, then you are in th ...
 
The show that takes psychological research and translates it for classroom teachers so they can effectively apply it to their teaching practice to help improve outcomes for their students. Interviews with leading psychologists and other experts in the field of education, as well as deep dives into educational theory and a little bit of neuromyth busting.
 
Slow Chinese Learn Chinese Chinesisch Lernen nihao, I have been teaching Chinese in China and in various institutions in Switzerland for over 20 years. My major is Chinese Language and Literature in Education and also have a Master degree in Educational Management from UK. I am from Beijing. Currently I live in Switzerland. I enjoy teaching Chinese. I do hope, my Podcast will help you improve your Chinese.
 
Published each weekday at 6 am, Squiz Kids is 10 minutes of age-appropriate news, delivered with positivity and humour. Make it part of your daily routine by playing it over breakfast, during the drive to school or - for all the Squiz teachers out there - in the classroom. Want a birthday shoutout? Email us at squizkids@thesquiz.com.au, or visit https://www.squizkids.com.au/ Want more things Squiz? Check out The Squiz Today - a free weekday email and podcast for big people - check it out at ...
 
The Culture-Centered Classroom podcast is the go-to podcast for teachers ready to step into their power as educators and learn the most effective ways to guide the next generation of thought leaders. Are you looking to increase student engagement? Tune in. Hoping to develop critical thinkers? Ready to increase student achievement? Create a personalized learning experience? Differentiate instruction? Then press play. Here you'll find simple, but powerful and effective ways to create a cultura ...
 
The TeacherGoals Podcast is designed to equip educators with best practices & actionable strategies to achieve success and foster a more connected & empowered school community. Here we learn by engaging in honest discussions with innovative teachers, administrators and educational leaders. Our goal is to provide you with weekly inspiration that highlights what's funny, frustrating, & fantastic about teaching so that you can be your best for students!
 
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Brave New Teaching

Marie Morris & Amanda Cardenas, Secondary ELA Teachers

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Join hosts Amanda Cardenas (Mud & Ink Teaching) and Marie Morris (The Caffeinated Classroom) in discussions about being brave, trying new things, and all things teaching! As seasoned classroom teachers, Amanda and Marie bring their experience, insight, energy, and oh, so many opinions and ideas... It's time for all teachers to take their classroom and teaching practice into their own hands!
 
Bringing a punk rock mindset to the classroom! Schools need passion, community, and some DIY attitude! Each week Mike Earnshaw (principal from Illinois) and Josh Buckley (teacher from Arizona) will discuss how punk rock shaped their education philosophy and show educators, punk or not, how they can bring a punk rock mindset into their classrooms and their schools!
 
Comedians Joe Dombrowski (former elementary school teacher) and co-host Gaspare Randazzo (current high school teacher) discuss the chaotic life in and out of the classroom, the nuances of parenting toddlers, and pretty much all things millennial. Each episode is different. Sometimes they'll bring you a Hollywood guest such as comedian Anjelah Reyes-Johnson or renowned School Psychologist Dr.Jody Carrington. Sometimes they might read emails from fans, riffing on their unbelievable, real life, ...
 
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National Education Association

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A podcast fueled by educators. Each month, School Me brings you advice from fellow educators, expert breakdowns of education trends and news, and the encouragement you need to give your students your very best each day.
 
The First Six Notes Podcast with Classroom Composers is for band teachers and string teachers looking for great information from experienced teachers. Every other week, we’ll dive into everything about teaching band and string music students. We’re covering everything from pedagogy to fundraising and interviewing successful music teachers, composers, admin, professional private studio teachers, and more to uncover and share their strategies for musical success.Classroom Composers is a marrie ...
 
A podcast for teachers who are thinking about leaving the classroom to pursue a different career path or are simply curious about starting a teacher side hustle. Discover what you need to have in place BEFORE you resign from your teaching job including how to best replace your teaching salary outside of the classroom, the best jobs for teachers who don't want to teach, what you need to know about your teacher retirement, and how to find appropriate health insurance. We'll also dive into topi ...
 
Welcome to the RealLife English podcast! For over 10 years, RealLife English has helped millions of learners just like you from virtually every country to go beyond the classroom and live, speak and master English in the Real World. We’ve been able to do this through our unique method: The RealLife Way, which consists of three simple, but powerful components: Mindset: How to think like a successful English speaker Method: How to live, speak and master English in the Real World Mastery: How t ...
 
Teaching strategies, classroom management, education reform, educational technology -- if it has something to do with teaching, we're talking about it. Jennifer Gonzalez interviews educators, students, administrators and parents about the psychological and social dynamics of school, trade secrets, and other juicy things you'll never learn in a textbook. For more fantastic resources for teachers, visit http://www.cultofpedagogy.com.
 
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Concert season is upon us! We all know how stressful preparing for a concert can be so we are sharing tips that we have started to implement in order to save our sanity and reduce our stress as we prepare for upcoming concerts. In this episode, we are sharing 5 things to think about to keep things in perspective this concert season, 8 tips we imple…
 
In this Episode of Beyond the Womanist Classroom, podcast host Dr. Mitzi Smith interviews Dr. C L Nash about her womanist activist work in the United Kingdom and her brainchild Misogynoir to Mishpat, a website devoted to the work of Black women (of African descent) religious scholars. Listeners can find Misogynoir to Mishpat on Facebook and Twitter…
 
Teachers frequently ask about how we can continue to use a compelling, comprehensible inputs, approach with advanced learners. The key is to relinquish some of our own power in the classroom and provide increased autonomy to students, allowing them to plan, design and deliver their own classes. This episode explores one such approach with a group o…
 
The National Day of Mourning was started in November of 1970 by Wamsutta James, a Wampanoag man, in response to the censoring of a speech he was asked to give at the anniversary celebration of the Pilgrims landing on Plymouth Rock. Listen in to find out why his speech was suppressed and discover ways that you can observe The National Day of Mournin…
 
How can Neuropsychology integrate with education to support our understanding of how learning works? This week Clinical Psychologist and neuropsychologist Dr Jenny G’in-toni talks about her work in the multidisciplinary fields of educational neuroscience. This is a really interesting area but it is difficult, as we shall hear, to make the move from…
 
Every few weeks I get an email from a student who would like to know how to prepare for the IELTS Life Skills test. Sadly, I know nothing about the test, so I usually just point them in the direction of the official website and wish them luck. However, this week Nick discovered that one of his friend's had recently taken the test, so today he is go…
 
S4 Episode 06 – Thankful PunksJosh and Mike are using this season to search their campuses and the educational world around them for examples of PASSION, UNITY, and DIY! But this week we are getting all thankful! We want to take a break this week from the hustle and bustle of the normal podcast and chat about the things at work, at home, and in our…
 
#68 In this episode, we are talking about skill building and how we can help guide students in moving beyond content mastery and using all that vocabulary and those language structures to communicate. Andrea Isabelli, a French teacher in Illinois, joins me to talk about how she supports communicative skill development with her students. Topics incl…
 
The conductor of the Hot Mess Teacher Express podcast, Jess Smith joins us for this special episode. We reveal some of our never-told-before classroom secrets in a hilarious game of Never Have I Ever (The Teacher Version)! From failed math lessons to parent-teacher conferences bloopers, watch to the end for some solid laughs before the next few day…
 
Teachers deal with distracted students all the time. There’s the student who wants to be on the computer instead of reading his assignment or the one who’s waiting for lunch instead of working on her math problems. I get asked questions all the time about these kinds of behavioral support issues. So in this episode, I talk about some of the strateg…
 
Toni Rose is joined by Dr. Pooja Agarwal to discuss the benefits of retrieval practice, including several strategies and resources. Show Notes More info on MCP Webinars and Scholarships Dr. Agarwal’s book, Powerful Teaching More from Dr. Agarwal at her website poojaagarwal.com Berklee College of Music Dr. Agarwal's website with more resources for r…
 
It’s 4:25 p.m. and I’ve been working nonstop since 7:00 a.m. this morning. Actually, that’s not entirely true. On three separate occasions, I close my laptop, lace up my running shoes, and head for a walk in the brisk fall air. I absorb the sun’s... The post Designing PBL to Decrease Cognitive Load appeared first on John Spencer.…
 
As part of my daily routine, I scan dozens of blogs, visit a handful of Facebook groups, and skim through Twitter. The goal: find the most helpful resources, tools, and articles that I can share with my teacher friends (that’s you!). Here are my favorite links for November 2022: Timeline view for Sheets Expiring access for Drive Manage shared drive…
 
It’s no secret that over the last several months and years teachers have been leaving teaching in droves. But what exactly are these teachers doing now that they are no longer in the classroom? Well, some have left to pursue careers in different fields, but many have embarked on an entirely new journey as entrepreneurs. Now you might think that’s g…
 
This week the ladies go into what really makes a teacher good planner. And do you really need to be thankful to everyone you know (even if you don’t really like them)? Send all Morning Announcement stories, questions, and fan mail to questions.btcdpodcast@gmail.com Join our Facebook group! : Beyond the Classroom Door Please Rate, Subscribe, and Rev…
 
Hey, are you an Informal Educator? Museum Guide? Naturalist? Coach? Music Teacher? Zoo Teacher? The Classroom Beyond, an informal education podcast, launches next week! For our very first episode, we talk with Kady Yeomans, a science museum educator in Georgia. Listen in for a little taste! Every Tuesday, we'll talk with a different informal educat…
 
Host Matt Weld speaks with ParenTeach and ParentABLE founder/CEO Katharine Bensinger about the importance of teaching parenting and caregiving to high school students. It's important for kids to understand Adverse Childhood Effects while they are young and to gain enough child development and personal advocacy skills to avoid 'unintentional' parent…
 
In this episode Mike speaks to Jo and Jane Daly about their research report on virtual and hybrid learning What is the report and why did you want this data The challenges discovered And, how to improve going forward More information The free report download - https://virtualresearchinsights.com/ Jane Daly LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jan…
 
Dearest BTCP Listeners! Hello animal lovers!Hello wildlife enthusiast! Hello Natgeowildfans! Welcome to another enlightening and educating episode of your favourite podcast. Listen to the soothing voice take you on a journey to meet the animals. Have you ever asked yourself, ' if i was an animal, what would i be? Lets find out in this great episode…
 
In this episode of the Sports Business Audio Experience we sat down with Garrett White, Operations and Partnerships at VaynerSports. VaynerSports is a full-service talent representation and brand consulting agency providing career management services for professional and collegiate athletes in football, baseball, basketball, combat, and gaming. Aft…
 
In this very special episode, current Children's Laureate Joseph Coelho talks to Helen about his hopes and ambitions for his time as Laureate - and especially, his flagship project: 'Poetry Prompts', which invites everyone in the nation to become a poet, through weekly videos exploring different aspects of the craft. A resources pack, including tea…
 
Young children have many different ability levels with math concepts. Understandably, kindergarten and elementary teachers need to reach every student where they are on their learning journey, but it isn't always easy. Dr. Carol Ann Tomlinson, an expert on the topic, gives an overview of how to differentiate math instruction with younger students. …
 
Pardon my singing but this gives you some ideas of some fun little songs and activities to enliven the autumn! Thank you for your donation and/or joining my patreon. Your help allows me to continue to create content for more grade levels. My monthly newsletter is full of main lesson ideas and extensions as well as blogs about Waldorf Education. I a…
 
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