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Best Early Literacy podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Early Literacy podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Not Just Cute, the Podcast is like listening to a conversation with your nerdy best friend. Who happens to be obsessed with child development. Each episode covers a different topic related to parenting, early childhood education, and healthy, whole child development in order to support teachers and parents in serving young children.
 
If you want to learn how data science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning are being used to change our world for the better, you’ve subscribed to the right podcast. We talk to entrepreneurs and experts about their experiences employing new technology—their approach, their successes, their failures, and the outcomes of their work. We make these difficult concepts accessible to a wide audience.
 
Have you ever been to Jackson Hole, Wyoming? Well, The Jackson Hole Connection is about sharing the stories from people connected to this small place in Western Wyoming which has had a huge impact on the rest of the world. Since the days of Indians and Trappers to the early days of some of the first settlers, Jackson Hole has attracted people who love adventure, value the natural setting and have some great stories to tell. The host, Stephan Abrams, has been a resident of Jackson Hole since ...
 
“The best podcast for women” — The Balance | “A must listen podcast for anyone who is ready to change the status quo” — Forbes | The Fairer Cents is an educational finance and career podcast all about the different economic realities facing women, people of color and other marginalized groups. Hosted by Tanja Hester, author of Work Optional, Spend Like You Give a Sh*t, and the Our Next Life early retirement blog, and Kara Perez, founder of women's financial literacy startup Bravely, The Fair ...
 
What do English language teachers in the early 21st century need to know about the relationship between language and meaning? How can teachers enable students to learn language, learn through language and learn about language in the myriad different contemporary contexts of formal and informal learning? This material is taken from The Open University course E852 Language, literacy and learning in the contemporary world.
 
Early Literacy Specialist, Kelly (from the blog, Mentor Texts 4 Munchkins) is here to help YOU bring JOY into your reading and writing workshop while saving you valuable planning time. M4M episodes are packed with mentor text mini lessons ideas, inspirational author biographies, tips and strategies you can take back to your students...all while you enjoy your run or commute! Enjoy FREE resources you can use right away! The mission: WE are inspiring young readers and writers through engaging ...
 
For educators and teachers working to make STEM amazing... no matter whether you're teaching science in grade 1, running a high school lab or delivering science shows in a museum, this education show helps you teach science & technology the way kids want to learn. The FizzicsEd Podcast brings in educators from across Australia and around the world to talk about tips, tricks, lessons and learnings they've had whilst working with students in the classroom and beyond. Hosted by Ben Newsome, a s ...
 
You are "Listening in on LEEP" Forward Pediatric Development Clinic and therapeutic preschool and transitional kindergarten team of experts talking about topics parents and teachers care about. LEEP Forward has experts in the fields of Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Pathology, Social Work, Developmental Therapy and Early Intervention.
 
Scott Radley is a seasoned journalist, who has written a column for over 15 years in Hamilton. He will ask questions that you want answers to. He will bring an inquisitive mind and a unique perspective to daily news that will push the boundaries in order to make people think and to challenge the norm.
 
In the complex world of education, we keep the focus simple: what makes a difference for learners, educators, parents, and our communities. The Harvard EdCast is a weekly podcast about the ideas that shape education, from early learning through college and career. We talk to teachers, researchers, policymakers, and leaders of schools and systems in the US and around the world — looking for positive approaches to the challenges and inequties in education. Through authentic conversation, we wo ...
 
Helping you become financially independent by cutting your expenses and increasing your income to live life on your terms and spend more money on the things you love. Our show is the layman’s guide to simple personal finance, investing, taxes, frugal living, saving money, budgeting, entrepreneurship, freelancing, early retirement, financial freedom/independence, travel hacking, student loans, paying off debt, avoiding credit cards, real estate and life hacks. Sean is the author of The Early ...
 
The show is about learning with technology, but it's not the same old EdTech or "STEM" preachery. It's about the realities and exciting potential, but it's also about youth and the practitioners who support them: youth developers, museum educators, K12 teachers, mentors, counselors, parents: as they grow their identity, and journey forward. Enjoying the show? Please take a moment to rate us, and leave a review wherever you've accessed the podcast. You can review show notes for every episode ...
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
Join Speech Therapist Lacy Morise and Physical Therapist Nicole Sergent as they host warm and helpful conversations around their table where the early childhood world and daily parenting life meet. The friends and professionals from their village will inspire, challenge, and support you in your own journey as a parent, early childhood professional, or therapist.
 
Dr. Elizabeth (Betsy) A. Baker, Dr. Candace Kuby, Dr. Sarah Vander Zanden Updated October 2019 Purpose Statement The ability to proficiently read and write is paramount to successful completion of a high school education, college education, and securing gainful employment. The public has minimal access to the most current research conducted in literacy studies. Very few non-researchers subscribe to such research journals as Reading Research Quarterly (RRQ) or the Journal of Lite ...
 
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In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Jeanette “Moosie” Woodling. Moosie was born on Halloween in 1922. After being laid off from Goodyear Tire in Akron Ohio after work slowed because of the end of WWII, Jenette decided she wanted to live and work in a national park. In 1950, Jenette hopped on a train to start h…
 
Our guest today is Lisa Seewraj, a teacher at Child Side Playgroup and School in Boyanup, Western Australia, about 200 kilometres south of Perth. Child Side School is an independent, co-educational school covering Kindergarten to Year 10.The school was founded in 2002, with a focus on relationships, engagement and connectivity. The school’s founder…
 
Translanguaging is the process whereby multilingual speakers use their languages as an integrated communication system.[1] Karen Silfa is an educator of nearly 20 years at IS143 in NYC. She joins Marc in this conversation along with researchers and administrators working to illuminate the practice of translanguaging starting with its role in comput…
 
Iris Feinberg, PhD is the Associate Director of the Adult Literacy Research Center at Georgia State University. She is a health literacy researcher and research assistant professor in the Department of Learning Sciences. Dr. Feinberg and a team created the easy-to-read booklet about COVID-19, “Answers to Coronavirus Questions.” In this podcast, Iri…
 
Jason Hartman’s guest today is author of Was Jesus A Socialist?, Lawrence W. Reed. Jason and Lawrence clear up some confusion about socialism and communism. As well, Lawrence responds to the question, “Was Jesus A Socialist?” Lawrence goes on to share scripture interpretation and how we can learn about investing or magnifying wealth. Lastly, Hartma…
 
Mathematics education has been a clear focus of our editorial content this month, and in this episode of Teacher Staffroom, we’re going to share some of the highlights. At the same time, we’ll be sharing some pieces on curriculum reform and requirements, as well as some contributions written by teachers, school leaders and researchers.Host: Rebecca…
 
In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Morgan Jaouen. Morgan is the Executive Director of the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum. In this episode, Morgan shares about visiting Jackson for the first time, working at Signal Mountain, and pursuing her dream job. Stephan and Morgan talk about some interesting…
 
Author and University of Virginia psychology professor Daniel Willingham discusses the “reading wars” (and mischaracterizations among their factions), the importance of understanding basic science to teach reading, and the variations in implementation of the science of reading in literacy instruction across districts. Quotes: “Reading is central to…
 
Welcome to the Writing & Literacies SIG podcast series "Scholarship Spotlight"! This episode, titled “Publishing Across Modalities and Communities,” is Part 2 of our two-part interview series with Professor Tananarive Due and Dr. Ebony Elizabeth Thomas. Professor Due and Dr. Thomas discuss how they work in academic and fan communities to publish wo…
 
In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Jeff Moran. Jeff is the Chief Marketing Officer of the Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club, an emcee of many local events and the host of Cabin Fever Story Slam, a program by the Teton County Library. In this episode, Jeff gives a little history of Jackson Hole Ski and Snowb…
 
In today’s world, young people must be financially literate to perform common, day-to-day tasks, like using a debit card or choosing a mobile phone plan. But, how financially literate are teenagers in Australia? And, how do they compare to their international peers? The OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (or PISA, as it’s commonl…
 
Starting off students in STEM in the early years can make such a difference to their perceptions of STEM n their later schooling years. In this episode, we chat with Fiona Morrison who is a passionate advocate of early years STEM and whom shares with us some great ideas for using Minecraft, Beebots and more as tools for connecting students to big c…
 
Necessity is the mother of all invention, so let’s talk about creative destruction. The world is fast-tracking technology, and everyone is on zoom. The changes to our everyday culture have changed due to coronavirus. Jason and Evan discuss being adaptable to your environment and how to position yourself properly. What is a rentier ränˈtyā? Be a par…
 
With recent events being what they are, epidemiology has come into the spotlight. What do epidemiologists do and how does data shape their everyday experience? Sitara and Mee-a from “Donuts and Data” fill us in. Ginette: I’m Ginette, Curtis: and I’m Curtis, Ginette: and you are listening to Data Crunch, Curtis: a podcast about how applied data scie…
 
In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with John Kanengieter. John is a mountain guide, avid backcountry hiker, thought leader, speaker, and a Principal at Zero Point Partners. Zero Point Partners is a leadership and executive management consulting firm based in Wilson, WY. In this episode, John talks about mountain c…
 
Doug Lemov, author and managing director of Uncommon Schools, discusses the role of technology in the classroom and remote instruction, how educators should reconsider how they approach literacy, and his experience reconstructing a reading curriculum for this next phase of digital learning while holding true to the values of the science of reading.…
 
In the US, we live an economy that is 70% consumer spending. Where one sees frugality as a virtue, they now view it as a vice. Jason Hartman and Rabbi Moffic discuss the Paradox of Thrift and how we should approach spending, saving, and investing in these pandemic times. When we dissect capitalism, communism, marxism, socialism, etc., do any of the…
 
Today I’m talking with Vanessa Levin, experienced early childhood educator and creator of the wildly popular site Pre-K Pages, which is chock full of activities and resources for early childhood teachers. She’s an accomplished trainer and advocate who’s passionate about helping educators teach well AND save time. I asked her to talk with me today a…
 
In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Kenneth Thomasma. After 12 years of working at a summer camp in Montana, Ken fell in love with the mountains. In 1977, Ken and his wife decided to make them their home and left Michigan to move out to Jackson Hole. Moving out to Jackson gave Ken the time he needed to write h…
 
Year 10 gifted and talented students at St Matthews Catholic School in regional New South Wales collaborated with academics at the University of Sydney on a research project. In today’s episode we speak with Professor Patrick Brennan and Brooke Colley about how the collaborative nature of this project strengthened students’ STEM skills in areas lik…
 
Universal Design is a practice born out of architecture, and the late Ronald Mace, whose approach was to consider every body in the design of the built environment, not to design for some and amend or "adapt" for others. Guests in this episode discuss Universal Design for Learning, which shares this ideology as it relates to pedagogy and the design…
 
In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Virginia Powell Symons & Margaret Rose Breffeilh, the organizers and board chairs of the Teton Valley Balloon Rally. Both Virginia and Margaret arrived in the Jackson Hole area in 2001. Virginia operates an event planning business called Vibrant Events and Magaret is the Own…
 
Educator, author, and leader Shawn Joseph, shares his passion for social justice and discusses his work advocating for equity in education, shedding light on what he calls the “silent crisis” in literacy instruction. In this episode, you’ll hear about his experience as a former superintendent of several large urban districts and learn how he foster…
 
Adam Weiss brings years of experience in podcasting, online video, and live broadcasting with a specific focus on scientific and medical content. He has hosted, launched, or produced podcasts for clients that include the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, the American Institute of Physics, and the Western Veterinary Conference. One of his ea…
 
Welcome to the Writing & Literacies SIG new podcast series "Scholarship Spotlight"! This episode, titled “Representation and (Re)Writing Speculative Fiction,” is an interview with Professor Tananarive Due and Dr. Ebony Elizabeth Thomas about their histories and critical involvement with(re)writing the genre of speculative fiction. In Part I of this…
 
At Teacher magazine, we love to share the research-based innovative classroom activities from educators across Australia, and the world. In today’s episode we're going to take you through some of the engaging learning activities educators have been using during this pandemic. We’ve heard from Arts educators, researchers in Science and teacher educa…
 
Episode 189: Today we’re talking about why it’s important to support anti-racism, and how we’re using our privilege to be good allies. Giving is an essential part of the financial independence movement. It’s especially important to have these discussions in relation to privilege and personal finance. Kevin chose to donate to Black Lives Matter in s…
 
Having your insurance information, health records, licenses, education history and more all in one card might sound like a bit of science-fiction but there are some people who think it should become reality. Despite the convenience of this, wouldn't it also pose as a massive target for hackers? Guest: Allen Mendelsohn, Canadian internet and tech. l…
 
We chat with Lee Gambol, an extraordinary science educator and Distance Learning Coordinator for the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Their interactive virtual learning programs are fantastic and we get to hear some of Lee's thoughts on how to make distance learning classes both authentic and engaging. Hosted by Ben Newsome from Fizzics Educati…
 
You may be having a similar experience to my own where, when I ask my kids about what they miss from their non-Covid schedule, they talk a lot about afterschool. Sometimes I make the mistake of thinking that it goes without saying at this point, but it doesn't, that out of school time, and the professionals who support learners beyond the school be…
 
In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Jim Rooks. Jim’s family lineage in Jackson Hole dates back to 1905 when Roy and Frank Van Vleck left Michigan and headed west. A year later in 1906, they formed the Jackson Mercantile in what is known as the clubhouse building on the town square. Even though Jim spent most o…
 
Some changes are being made to the lengthy process that goes into buying a house. Will these changes prove to be the saviour many first-time home-buyers are looking for or are things going to be even harder than they were before? Guest: Tim Hudak, CEO of the Ontario Real Estate Association - A Chinese tech. executive is being held here in Canada an…
 
My guests today are Allan Shaw, Principal and CEO of The Knox School in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, and Ben Righetti, The Knox School’s Character and Leadership Programs: Lead Consultant and WELS Founder and Director.They join us today to discuss the Character and Leadership Model implemented at The Knox School between 2017 and 2020. It represents…
 
Ontario's government is looking to change the math curriculum. Students in elementary school will be taught about finances and what goes into being smart with money. Many people have argued for this to be done and now that it is, will it be a resounding success? Guest: Teresa Cascioli, author of M is for Money - Alberta was crying out for help befo…
 
Episode 185: Learn some effective DIY debt relief options with insight from Todd Christensen, author of Everyday Money for Everyday People and Education Manager at the nonprofit credit counseling agency, Money Fit by DRS. Why You Should DIY Your Debt Relief DIY debt relief is nothing new. The Snowball Method and Avalanche Method are two commonly di…
 
Following Canada's loss in the effort to win a seat in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), we heard the Prime Minister speaking about China in a way we have yet to hear. Could we see Justin Trudeau get stiffer in his stance towards China? Guest: JJ McCullough, Columnist, The Washington Post - Malls are now being allowed to open up in severa…
 
Rabbi Evan translates the wisdom of King Solomon of the Hebrew Bible to ideas in which we can use and live by today. Today, Evan shares his thoughts about how we respond to challenges. In some situations, the key to success is planning and staying ahead, but in certain times we are forced to live responsively. Key Takeaways: [2:00] Sometimes you ha…
 
Hamilton isn't the only municipality that's staring down the barrel of an operating deficit. Burlington is finding itself in a similar situation but just how much of a deficit are they looking at and when you consider it's illegal for a municipality to run an operating deficit, how will it be solved? Guest: Mayor Marianne Meed Ward, Mayor of Burlin…
 
Episode 187: Kevin’s talking about his experience with the Tiller Money app, how it works, and if it’s worth the subscription. Tune in for the full details. We’re also talking charcoal grilling. YUM. What is Tiller Money? Tiller Money is a budgeting app that syncs with your bank accounts and pulls the categorized data to Google Sheets. This easy sy…
 
In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Laura West Soltau. Laura made her way to Jackson in 2007 after taking an Americorp volunteer position at Teton Literacy Center. After working in a variety of roles, Laura has worked her way up to Executive Director. In this episode, Laura talks about the importance of litera…
 
Canada has lost the chance to get a seat on the United Nations Security Council. Justin Trudeau has wanted to make this a staple of his time in office but seeing as he didn't get it, what now? Was anything of actual value lost or was this just an ego boost that fell through? Guest: Adam Chapnick, professor of defence studies, Royal Military College…
 
Multilingual author and expert Elizabeth Jimenez Salinas and host Susan Lambert discuss advocating for underrepresented English Learners (EL), improving dual language instruction, and learned passivity. Elizabeth shares tips for EL students during this time and reinforces the importance of home connection and language development. Quotes: “English …
 
Hamilton has been given the green light to continue reopening efforts! What comes with being allowed to move into Phase 2 and what kind of benefits will it provide for Hamilton's businesses and residents? Guest: Donna Skelly, MPP Flamborough-Glanbrook - As Hamilton gets ready to move into phase 2 of reopening, a plan has been put forward to close c…
 
Episode 186: Learn how to be a boss rather than an employee as an entrepreneur. We’re talking about how to take a high-level approach to your business without getting caught in the day-to-day work with Terry Ogburn of Ogburn’s Business Solutions. Tune in for a free consulting session! Working on Your Business vs. Working in Your Business What’s the…
 
In this episode, we hear from Michelle Marks-Osborne, an Inclusion & Equity Expert. Michelle coaches, trains, and speaks publicly to help individuals and organizations facilitate changes to exercise anti-racism. Her ability to handle diverse interactions with insight, tact and diplomacy make her a transformative leader. We will also hear from our H…
 
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