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Best Elementary podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Elementary podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The Orange Kids Podcast creates an encouraging community for kid's ministry leaders and volunteers. Each episode features experienced children's ministry leaders who offer nuts-and-bolts suggestions to help you do what you do better -- no matter the size of your ministry. For free resources and show notes, visit www.orangekidmin.org.
 
Are you an elementary music teacher? Maybe you’re worn out, overwhelmed, or feel like it gets harder each year. Hi, I’m Jessica, and it’s my passion to help elementary music teachers, just like you, figure out your unique teaching style. In this podcast, I'll share helpful tips and strategies, work-home life balance tips, and mindset blocks, while helping give you the motivation you need to gain momentum in your teaching so you can continue being the music teacher rock star you already are. ...
 
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.
 
The CharacterStrong Podcast, where we have conversations on School Culture and Leadership. Quick episodes that you can check out on your way to or from work. Make today a #CharacterStrongCommute! CharacterStrong is an organization that provides curricula and trainings for schools internationally. Our trainings help educators infuse character and social-emotional learning into the daily fabric of any classroom or campus. Our curricula focus on character development in order to help students c ...
 
The Music Box is an interactive music education podcast for kids, exploring fundamental music concepts through performing, responding and connecting. The current season is hosted by music educator Faith Murphy. Each episode gets listeners involved in making music! Short episodes are perfect for a car ride or just hanging out at home. Get printable lesson plans and ideas for extending the learning at musicboxpod.org. The Music Box is from Louisville Public Media and PRX, sponsored by PNC and ...
 
Students in Mrs. Hoffman's 3rd grade have completed a Social Studies projects about holidays. Working in teams, students learned the origins and traditions of several cultural holidays and presented their research in the form of a poster. They also worked in the computer lab to record these podcasts. You can listen to their work here.
 
USA TODAY’s critically acclaimed investigative podcast about power in American cities. Season 1, Chicago: A black neighborhood fights back when a mysterious man with mob ties builds an illegal dump across the street from an elementary school. Along the way they confront corrupt politicians, apathetic bureaucrats—and a secret undercover FBI investigation. Season 2, Reno: A surprising proxy battle for the future of Reno pits a brash strip club kingpin against power brokers in city hall. The wi ...
 
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
 
These podcasts were created by K-5 students from West Salem Elementary School in Salem, Virginia. They have created a variety of presentations including reading original stories and poems, readers theaters, and reviews for content area units. We hope you enjoy listening to these podcasts!
 
Teaching Languages Arts Pre-K-8 This course is planned for you to study teaching language arts, to provide practice using instructional materials, and to learn about evaluation strategies likely to enhance communication of all learners. An integrated and constructivist approach to reading, writing, speaking, listening, language study and language diversity will be provided. Prerequisite: Elementary Education 201, Educational Foundations 380 (may be taken concurrently) and Admission I.
 
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Teaching music and trying to connect with your students virtually can be tricky and weird. You want to still see them and hear them make music. Of course you do! All of a sudden you've had to figure out this new world of teaching music online and it can be so hard. In this episode, we're going to talk about ways you can connect with your students w…
 
Today I am going to share some practical ways you can organize stations in general as well as how to organize your math and literacy stations. Links from show: This episodes notes >>> https://thesimplyorganizedteacher.com/stations Classrooms that Spark Joy Virtual Training >>> https://thesimplyorganizedteacher.com/lp-classrooms-spark-joy/ 9 Managem…
 
No matter where you are right now, it’s safe to say you’ve been affected by the COVID-19 crisis. We’ve experienced uncertainty and crisis like never before as we’ve navigated this pandemic in our communities. As kids ministry leaders and volunteers, we’ve pivoted to keep showing up for our kids and our volunteers—even when we can’t be “with” them. …
 
We’re wrapping up our roundup of the instrument families with the woodwind instruments this week! We’ll learn how they make sound (with some activities you can do at home) and even learn about a couple of surprise members of the family. *** Featured musical excerpts: Bottle Boys: Call Me Maybe (Carly Rae Jepson cover on bottles) Corrente: Bartolome…
 
Amy Heimerl is a wife, mom, grandma, educator, gardener, aspiring artist & author, prayer warrior, worship leader and most importantly, daughter of God. Amy has been an educator for 26 years. Twenty-three of those years have been focused on working with students who have emotional and behavioral struggles and students who learn differently. From 19…
 
Small group teaching is a great way to meet your kids at the level they are on and give them the instruction they need. But first you need to get your resources and materials in place. Typically, a small group lesson is only 15 to 20 minutes. That isn't a lot of time and you need to make the most of it. This episode shares some things to keep in mi…
 
We’ll be exploring all the different instruments of the brass family this week. We’ll learn about what defines a brass instruments, the various sounds they make, and all the different kinds of music they play. And we’ll practice blowing into our own imaginary brass instruments — it sounds pretty funny! *** Featured musical excerpts: Hector Berlioz:…
 
Jordan Osborn is in his 10th year of working in education. He started off as a social studies teacher in several different schools in Oregon where he also coached football and basketball. During his 10 years he has spent 7 years as an Athletic Director and 5 years as a vice principal most recently at Chiloquin Jr/Sr High School in Southern Oregon. …
 
Let's be honest. Teaching during COVID-19 has been overwhelming. Now that school is wrapping up, thinking about what your teaching might look like in the fall might be causing even more stress. In this episode, I want to go through the various teaching situations you might face next school year and how to make a plan to have success. Join the FREE …
 
Windows is getting more competitive by adopting core Linux features, so we cover the latest Linux-inspired additions to Windows. Then review the new release of Pi-hole, sort through recent PINE64 updates, and read your feedback. Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar, Drew DeVore, Neal Gompa, and Philip Muller. Links: WireGuard patchset for OpenBSD Micro…
 
Brian Slater is an Assistant Principal at Fred Lynn Middle School. Brian believes in finding the good throughout the school! Finding the good, celebrating it, and sharing it with others sends a message of positivity and good vibes throughout the building and school community. He values each day, each moment and understands the importance of spreadi…
 
As an educator for 19 years, Jen has enjoyed teaching in the classroom, as a gifted intervention specialist, and more recently as an instructional coach. Her recent Amazon #1 New Release, The Happy Teacher’s Handbook, shares strategies for inspiring teachers to find a reason to stay and make their impact on the world, one class at a time. Jen's sup…
 
This episode is all about integrating music and social studies. There are so many ways to integrate social studies and history with music, and the ideas discussed in this episode include: Teaching songs from other cultures and countries Doing a 50 states rap or song Rap about the presidents Doing songs about various wars and world leaders Resources…
 
An organized classroom library makes it easy for the students to access, pleasing to the eye, and ultimately- it entices your little readers to devour books on books on books! We are going to talk through four steps today. How to fill your classroom library with books Ways to organize your library How to make it cozy and "hygge" Thoughts on maintai…
 
Bethany has been an educator for 21 years and considers herself a teacher who has filled many roles. Her experience includes teaching grades one, two, and three, instructional coaching, literacy trainer for her district, assistant principal, and principal. She is currently the assistant principal at Magness Creek Elementary in Cabot, Arkansas. She …
 
In this episode of NAESP HQ, NAESP Executive Director L. Earl Franks, Ed.D., CAE, speaks with NAESP Associate Executive Director of Advocacy and Policy Danny Carlson about the impact of the CARES Act on K-12 schools, and how principals can use their voices to guide funding decisions.By National Association of Elementary School Principals
 
Wes Kanawyer is the Principal of Woodgate Intermediate School in Waco, TX. He has a passion for serving, developing and empowering educators to pursue their own growth as they seek to enrich and enhance the lives of their students. He believes that relationships with students, families and staff are the foundational component to every area of succe…
 
In this episode, Dr. Ruybalid talks about why early childhood music education is so important. You'll hear why starting kiddos from such a young age not just learning, but experiencing music will help carry them into elementary school and then adulthood and how to implement music learning for the youngest of students. If you're going to be asked to…
 
Manjaro has a new hardware partner so Phillip joins to share the details, and we have the Lemur Pro in house for a battery endurance test like no other. Plus an Arch server update, and Chris orders the new Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera. Special Guests: Brent Gervais, Drew DeVore, Jeremy Soller, and Philip Muller. Links: Inkscape 1.0 Promo video:…
 
Another year has flown by and it is time to start thinking about packing up your classroom. As important as it is to ensure that your classroom is organized all year long, I think it is equally important to ensure that your classroom is organized as you pack it up. That's why I've put together a slew of posts on packing up as well as this end of ye…
 
Welcome to the Orange Kids Podcast, where we talk about the big ideas of kids’ ministry and discuss practical solutions to our weekly challenges. This week, Amy Fenton, Orange Specialist and Executive Director of Orange VBS, joins hosts Mike, Gina, and Kellen in the second part of a discussion around key questions and ideas for churches to consider…
 
Welcome to the Orange Kids Podcast, where we talk about the big ideas of kids’ ministry and discuss practical solutions to our weekly challenges. This week, Amy Fenton, Orange Specialist and Executive Director of Orange VBS, joins hosts Mike, Gina, and Kellen to discuss key questions and ideas for churches to consider as Covid-19 restrictions begin…
 
Jenny's from Madison, WI -- she played college hoops at Lake Forest and earned her doctorate at Loyola University in Chicago. Dr. Jenny Severson taught and led as a principal in Gurnee School District 56 before becoming an educational consultant. She works with schools, corporations and is trained in Brené Brown's Dare To Lead content and leadershi…
 
Tyson Sturza resides in West Pasco with his wife JJ and their two year old son Will. His is currently the building principal at Mabton Jr/Sr High School. Before coming to Mabton Tyson was a math and leadership (CharacterStrong Curriculum) teacher at Connell High School.By CharacterStrong
 
This episode is all about integrating music and science. There are so many ways to make science musical, and the ideas discussed in this episode include: Science and sound Frequency and music Sing about science Make a thunderstorm Go on a nature walk Resources mentioned in this episode include: "How to Integrate Music and Science" blog post Free 5 …
 
When it comes to getting organized for guided reading you need three key things. You need your guided reading planning materials, your materials or tools to use with your kids, and your structure. This episode will show you how to do that with ease! Links from the Show: Classrooms that Spark Joy Classroom Pack Up Checklist Simply Teach # 11 (Must H…
 
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