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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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This podcast is for the piano teacher who wants to go beyond the method book. We will dive into games, printables, products, and ideas for bringing fun and creativity into your piano studio. If you are looking for dynamic ways to enhance your piano studio, you've come to the right place!
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Join Dee on exploring the journey of different amazing everyday early childhood educators on unpacking their teaching identity. Each episode will dive into their challenges, triumphs, inspirations and motivations of theses teachers’ journey on how they find their confidence, pedagogy and sense of belonging in the world of early education. https://www.instagram.com/teachingjourneypodcast/
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A podcast designed for string and orchestra educators to learn from some of the best in the profession. Topics include string pedagogy, classroom management, program administration, assessment, current trends, work/life balance, and more. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/orchestrateacher/support
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The newest addition to the Bored Teachers Podcast Network, Crying in My Car is a weekly breath of fresh air to help teachers get through class without pulling their hair out or the hair of several students. No pedagogy here, just pure hilarity! Segments include Story Time, Teachers in the News Not Touching Kids, a weekly Top 5 and more endless comedy from comedians Devin Siebold from Bored Teachers and James Yon from The Lowdown on Comcast's AfroTV. Hear the perspective from both the educato ...
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Beyond Good

Matt Findlay and Femi Adeniran

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A podcast about teaching. We discuss teaching and learning, pedagogy, lessons and classroom practise, management and leadership, teaching of mathematics, training and trainees, mentors and mentoring, behaviour management, being a head of department and running a faculty, SLT and much much more!
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Ask Andrew

CiRCE Podcast Network

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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. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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An education podcast exploring the use of comics in education. Each episode I’ll be joined by a special guest from a wide range of backgrounds, from passionate education professionals to academics and industry experts. I'll be exploring a wide range of perspectives in the search for information and inspiration. Listen in if you’d like to grow your understanding of the theory behind comics, discover the most effective approaches to using comics and graphic novels in your classroom and gain in ...
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The Forest School Podcast

Lewis Ames and Wem Southerden

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Wem Southerden & Lewis Ames have run Forest School and training centre Children of the Forest since 2017. The Forest School Podcast was born when they wondered if their daily wafflechats and reflections about pedagogy, play and nature connection might be of interest to others. The podcast aims to inform and support educators, parents, outdoor and play practitioners and anyone interested in nature and the outdoors. Through book reviews – interviews with experts, practitioners and authors – sh ...
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Choir Fam Podcast

Dean Luethi & Matthew Myers

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The Choir Fam Podcast is a venue for conversations about the current state of choral music. Hosts Dean Luethi and Matthew Myers seek to bring the worldwide choral community closer together through their discussions with a variety of guests who work with choir in its various forms. The goal of the podcast is to provide listeners with interesting tidbits of knowledge they could use in day-to-day choral rehearsals and to bring light to the ways that issues in the choral field are being observed ...
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The Schooling America podcast covers issues and ideas relevant to leaders in American education. We bring in the brightest minds in administration, philosophy, culture, and beyond to reflect on topics that directly impact schools, organizations, and the children and families they serve. From cultural issues to operations to curriculum and pedagogy, Schooling America seeks to enrich the ideas, strategy, and execution of education institutions nationwide.
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Explore human anatomy and physiology (A&P) teaching and learning with host Kevin Patton. An experienced professor, textbook author, and mentor, Kevin is a recognized leader in A&P teaching. The A&P Professor updates science content and provides practical teaching advice. Want some ideas to supercharge your A&P course? How about some support from a fellow A&P professor? This is the podcast for you!
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Reading in the Gutter

Dani Kachorsky, Ashley Dallacqua, Laura Jimenez, & Stephanie Reid

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Reading in the Gutter (www.readinginthegutter.com) is a podcast that attempts to bridge the space between comics and education. We aim to have thoughtful discussion with students, teachers, parents, administrators, librarians, and researchers about comics and roles they can place in classrooms and other learning contexts. We seek to share research, resources, pedagogy, and curriculum focused on comics with interested stakeholders that is theoretically sound and empirically vetted. Cover art ...
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DocTalk is a podcast hosted by Graduate Student and Teaching Intern Eden Fritz Aguiar '24 where we dive deep into the process of creating a documentary that serves as both a historical archive and an educational pedagogy. Join us as we pull back the curtain on the behind-the-scenes efforts, from initial research to final production, revealing the passion, dedication, and creativity that fuel this ambitious project. Listeners will gain unique insights into the challenges and triumphs of bring ...
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The Score

Eric Jimenez & Justin McLean

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An Urban Music Education Podcast hosted by Eric and Justin. They provide tips and strategies through honest discussions about their experience teaching music in an Urban setting. The goal is to provide a positive and solution-based narrative to create more effective, compassionate and culturally relevant music educators.
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On the road training schools in Trust-Based Observations trainings, we periodically see absolute teaching brilliance during our 20-minute observations. It dawned on us that we have an obligation to share this brilliance with all teachers so they can learn and grow from one another. Each episode is an interview with one of these teachers where we explore their strengths as they share their tips and tricks. Tips and tricks that definitely lead to improved teaching and learning.
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The Teaching Table

University at Buffalo Office of Curriculum, Assessment and Teaching Transformation

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The Teaching Table is a monthly podcast where we'll engage in insightful conversations about the dynamic world of teaching, learning and technology within higher education. Brought to you by the University of Buffalo Office of Curriculum, Assessment and Teaching Transformation, and made possible by the generous support of the Genteels' Excellence in Teaching Fund, this podcast aims to shed light on the pathways to educational excellence.
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The PsychSessions podcast is co-hosted by Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College and Eric Landrum from Boise State University. We leverage our connections with psychology teachers from all levels (high school, community college, college, university) and individuals from other occupations to have meaningful conversations about what it means to be an educator. Of course, we veer away from the teaching conversation from time to time to hear about origin stories and the personal perspectives of our ...
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On this podcast, we interview voice and bodywork professionals to provide helpful information for overall health and optimal function of the voice. We interview SLPs, Otolaryngologists, Manual Therapists, Body Oriented Psychotherapists, Health Coaches, Fitness Instructors, Broadway Performers, Opera singers, Singer/Songwriters, Voice Teachers, Composers, Company Managers, Sports Broadcasters, and more. It is our mission to educate the professional voice user and provide knowledgable, creativ ...
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Aca-Media

The Society for Cinema and Media Studies

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Aca-Media is a monthly podcast sponsored by the Society for Cinema and Media Studies that presents an academic perspective on media. Hosts Christine Becker and Michael Kackman explore current scholarship, issues in the media industries, questions in pedagogy, professional development, and events in the world of media studies. Questions and comments can be sent to info@aca-media.org.
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Welcome to the Start Up Three Podcast! These episodes are the podcast versions of our weekly YouTube videos. You can watch all our episodes and videos at StartUpThree.com Gary Smith is a business professor and entrepreneur from StartUpThree.com He serves up action steps and insights for bootstrapping entrepreneurs in your first 3 years in business. Each episode is a compilation of pragmatic advice and battle-tested strategies, distilled from my years in the gritty realities of real-world bus ...
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Teaching Python

Sean Tibor and Kelly Paredes

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Welcome to "Teaching Python Podcast,” the go-to podcast for anyone interested in the intersection of education and coding. Hosted by Kelly Paredes and Sean Tibor, this podcast dives into the thrills and challenges of teaching middle school computer science through the engaging and versatile Python programming language. About the Hosts: Kelly Paredes brings a wealth of global experience in curriculum design and currently inspires sixth and eighth graders at Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdal ...
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Simplifying growth for musicians- especially violin, viola, fiddle, and cello players and teachers- with tips, insights, tools, and stories to grow in their practice, teaching, and career. Exploring intersections in creativity, music education, string playing, music business, and culture, Creative Strings is a non-profit organization supporting music education via online curriculum, orchestra classroom outreach, in-person retreats/conferences, and more. Executive director and host Christian ...
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Teach Wonder

The Center for Excellence in STEM Education

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We know that powerful things are happening in education and that those powerful things often go unnoticed or are siloed (within a community). We’ve built a space to share those powerful things, where we aren’t constrained by distance and scheduling. We’ll combine our 35 years of K - 12 teaching experience with the unique perspectives of our guests to connect you to relevant ideas and experiences. Listen in to motivate your practice, challenge your current pedagogy, and expand your horizons w ...
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Columbia University School of Professional Studies

Columbia University School of Professional Studies

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The Columbia University School of Professional Studies advances knowledge with purpose to move careers, communities, and markets forward. Our mission is to provide a rigorous education, informed by rapidly evolving global market needs, that supports the academic and professional aspirations of our student community. Our vision is to become the premier destination for professional education by generating interdisciplinary thought leadership, developing innovative pedagogy, and advancing globa ...
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PARENTS’ RIGHTS IN EDUCATION We represent millions of voices standing up for families, united for natural parents’ rights in the K-12 education system. Local control, where school boards set policies honoring all students, and families must be restored. We reject any indoctrination of school children with extreme pedagogy. We support the proper role of K-12 academic education, focused on core skills, and preparing students for success. We reject controversial sexualization and racist doctrin ...
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A playful, collaborative, monthly podcast on teaching writing and rhetoric in the 21st century Hosted by Kyle Stedman, Rockford University Also available on Stitcher (http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/plugs-play-pedagogy) and iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/plugs-play-pedagogy/id909930552).
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The Academic Citizen

The Academic Citizen

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An independent podcast about critical issues in higher education. All episodes are free to download and share. ------ An academic citizen is anyone who is part of the higher education community. They are engaged in pedagogy or research or both, and are committed to furthering knowledge, education and the advancement of society from their disciplinary position. An academic citizen sees their work in higher education as a public project, both in terms of being partially funded by taxpayer mone ...
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Helping you transform your K-12 math lesson plans by building confidence in effective teaching practices, guiding you to transform your math curriculum, and inspiring classroom strategies to engage all students. Are you wondering how to create K-12 math lesson plans where students don't want to stop exploring your math curriculum when the bell rings? Over the last 19 years, Kyle and Jon, the founders of MakeMathMoments.com have been engaging students, teachers, and district program leaders w ...
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The rights of parents to choose the best school for their children — also known as school choice — may seem simple on the surface, but it's anything but, and it has the potential to impact teachers and students all over the country. In this episode, I talk with Cara Fitzpatrick, author of The Death of Public School: How Conservatives Won the War Ov…
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YOU CAN WATCH THIS VIDEO ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE! Ready to turn your startup idea into a real, income-generating business? Join Gary Smith of the Startup Three YouTube channel in this insightful video as he teaches how to start a business in six essential steps to take you from concept to launch. Gary, a seasoned entrepreneur and business profe…
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On the "Parents' Right in Education" podcast, host Suzanne Gallagher speaks with Allen Sarvinas about his efforts in promoting parental rights through technology and grassroots initiatives. Allen shares his journey into advocacy, which began with observing policy changes in education that affected parental rights. He explains how these experiences …
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Michael Norton explains why “Joe Versus the Volcano” is the perfect existentialist film. Continuing our tradition of going to the movies for the first episode of teach new season, we watch the 1990 film Joe vs. The Volcano with Michael Norton from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock. Michael has an argument that the movie is the perfect existen…
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In Episode 148, Justin Shaffer joins host Kevin Patton to discuss high structure course design. Justin shares his success in building a scaffold for learning by using a variety of course structures to improve student engagement and success, such as pre-class and post-class activities, micro-case studies and clicker questions, brief active learning …
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“I grew up thinking that we should sound like the music we're singing. There was never one right way for me. There are those great choral traditions where they sing everything a certain way. I never wanted to be that way. We can do seven different pieces in seven entirely different styles. You would think, 'is that the same choir?' That's something…
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In this episode Lucy chats to professor and author Nick Sousanis. Nick Sousanis is an Eisner-winning comics author and an associate professor of Humanities & Liberal Studies at San Francisco State University, where he started and runs a Comics Studies program. He received his doctorate in education at Teachers College, Columbia University in 2014, …
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This week, Jeff Yan sits down with Sharyl Toscano, a professor at the School of Nursing at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Dive deep into the multifaceted world of nursing and uncover powerful insights on: - Storytelling in Nursing: Explore how sharing and reflecting on personal clinical experiences can shape compassionate care. - Nonviolent Co…
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In this crucial episode of the Parents' Right in Education podcast, we dive deep into the escalating trend of student protests across college campuses and their potential to infiltrate K-12 education. The recent violent protests at institutions like Columbia, City College, and UCLA, driven by issues such as the conflict in Gaza, underscore a shift …
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In today's episode, Rachel is celebrating the one year anniversary of her podcasting journey! She shares a recap of the past year since The Dynamic Piano Teaching Podcast launch and talks about some exciting things that are on the horizon. Don't miss the Celebration! Resources mentioned in this episode: (Some resources might contain affiliate links…
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In the latest episode of Teaching Python, “Episode 131: Embracing the Spark with Lightning Talks,” hosts Sean Tibor and Kelly Schuster-Paredes delve into how the concise and dynamic format of Lightning Talks can revolutionize teaching and learning. Beyond the light-hearted introduction that sets the tone for a spirited exchange, the episode offers …
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In this episode “A Conversation With Karen Davis On The Student Of Today” you will hear ASCY’s Liz Soyka chat with Karen Davis about the college student of today in Mohawk College’s Early Childhood Education programs. Karen Davis is the Early Childhood Education Academic and Practicum Program Coordinator at Mohawk College in Hamilton. Karen is a pa…
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Beware of your next PE hockey game turning into a pool noodle fiasco… Welcome back to Crying In My Car, a podcast for teachers! Join our hosts Devin Siebold and James Yon as they mentally prepare themselves for the pool noodle war to end all pool noodle wars! Do they have what it takes? Maybe back in 2019. Now, it's anyone’s win. Can you imagine ru…
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Maybe beer snobs just like to get buzzed? An argument can be made from this data, which lets you think about data scrapping and big, big data sets. Blog Post: https://notawfulandboring.blogspot.com/2015/05/scott-janishs-relationship-of-abv-to.html Data Source: https://scottjanish.com/relationship-of-abv-to-beer-scores/…
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Gov. Greg Abbott has instructed the Texas Education Agency to disregard new Biden administration Title IX rules that extend sex discrimination protections to include LGBTQ+ students. The revised rules, effective August, redefine discrimination to cover gender identity, among other updates. Abbott criticizes this as a move that protects male athlete…
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In this episode, David shares his compelling story from early inspirations in grade seven to his current role in digital education. We'll dive into his transformative year in Japan, challenges faced during his educational career, and his steadfast commitment to student-centered teaching. Listeners will gain insights on navigating career shifts, emb…
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Love the show? Text us your big takeaway! Can you see the light at the end of the tunnel? Can you feel the change that is happening in your district’s math program? Are you on the right pathway to improve math instruction and ultimately student success in your school or school district? These are all questions our guests, Michael Scott and Morgan S…
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To learn more about the Course Freedom Formula program, head to mirasee.fm/course. Deeply passionate about early education, Denita Dinger promotes cultivating curiosity and autonomy in young learners by fostering environments rich in opportunities for play and natural growth—guiding principles she lives by to help ignite a love for lifelong learnin…
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This episode features Liz Smith, a fifth-grade teacher at Robertson Elementary School, and focuses on trust-based observations and strategies for effective teaching. Liz, with a decade of experience, emphasizes the importance of caring for students, understanding their individual needs, and the critical nature of work-life balance in teaching. The …
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YOU CAN WATCH THIS VIDEO ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE! Join Gary Smith of the Startup Three YouTube Channel as he continues the journey (part 2) through actionable steps to elevate your brand. In this episode, Gary delves into the next three crucial strategies: engaging with your audience, leveraging platforms wisely, and making iterations based on …
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“I’ve really enjoyed getting into classrooms to affirm my colleagues. I seek whenever I do a visit to say something that is both positive and true. I could just be positive, but if it’s not truthful, students can sense that. I’ve really enjoyed getting to bop in, see great teaching in action, and affirm my colleagues in front of their students.” Dr…
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Support The ForestSchool Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠ www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠ 🌲🎧. Leave this episode a review on yourpodcast player! Find out about our sessions andForest School Leader Training in Devon, UK atwww.children-of-the-forest.com Summary The Forest School Podcast discusses the concept of …
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In this episode of the "Parents' Right in Education" podcast, host Suzanne Gallagher welcomes guest Daniel Suhr to discuss the legal battles surrounding teacher strikes and union influence in public education. Suhr, an advocate for constitutional rights in education, shares insights into his legal career, emphasizing the importance of safeguarding …
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The HBS hosts cross-examine the courts. Former President Trump is currently dividing his time between the campaign trail and the courtroom. Some Americans are outraged by what they view to be targeted prosecutions by biased and overzealous District Attorneys, while others view the same events as a lifelong con man getting his just deserts. Fascinat…
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On the premiere episode of Season 7, listeners are treated to an interstellar auditory experience in the form of an audio postcard. Narrated by Sarah Kane, a PhD researcher in Astronomy from Cambridge University, this episode offers a captivating exploration into the innovative realm of data sonifications. Kane, along with her esteemed team, sheds …
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We delve deeper into the role of the ePortfolio in this continuation of an exciting chat with Amy Urbanus, Assistant Professor in the Dietetics and Nutrition Program at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Learn about the innovative implementation strategies, reflection processes, and the continuing growth of ePortfolios in academic and professional…
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In late 2023, the Portland Association of Teachers (PAT) led a strike that lasted nearly a month, resulting in significant disruption to educational routines and extracurricular activities in Oregon. This strike, considered illegal under Oregon law, led to a lawsuit aimed at seeking compensation for affected families. Oregon law stipulates that pub…
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Zero gravity classrooms are the new frontier of teaching… Welcome back to Crying In My Car, a podcast for teachers! Join our hosts Devin Siebold and James Yon as they unravel the controversy of teachers hitting the recording studio. Can educators drop bars without dropping standards? With Elon Musk and Spaceforce, teaching in space is just around t…
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In this episode Garth hosts a conversation with Barney Beins (Ithaca College), Sue Frantz (Highline College), and Ken Keith (University of San Diego). These renowned teachers of psychology delve into the importance of incorporating the history of psychology into education, emphasizing the need to preserve diverse narratives and engage students thro…
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Students love customizable data sets suited to their tastes. Use the Exportify website to generate spreadsheets based on Spotify playlists. These playlists are perfect for ANOVA, correlation, and discussions of operationalization. Blog post: https://notawfulandboring.blogspot.com/2023/11/generate-highly-personalized-music-data.html, Exportify websi…
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This data is scary. Not because of missing data points and median splits but because it is about horror movies and how they affect participant pulses! Use this data set to discuss operationalization, scales of measurement, correlation, t-tests, and more. Links: Blog Post: https://notawfulandboring.blogspot.com/2024/04/using-pulse-rates-to-determine…
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America First Legal (AFL) has disclosed documents from a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), revealing efforts by Assistant Secretary of Health Rachel Levine to transform healthcare data collection concerning sex and gender identity. The documents detail a taxpayer-funded presentation advocating for nonbinary sex…
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In this inspiring episode, we sit down with Kevin, affectionately known as the Prairie Principal. Kevin's journey from Southwestern Ontario to rural Alberta has been marked by a steadfast commitment to enhancing rural education. Through his bold initiatives, including the creation of a student-led farm, Kevin is demonstrating the power of community…
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Love the show? Text us your big takeaway! Are you ready to transform your math classroom into a hub of student engagement and participation? If you're a math teacher or educator striving to maintain sustained student engagement and lead effective, captivating lessons, this episode is crafted for you. We caught up with 2-time mentoring moment guest …
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In This Episode, You Will Learn: Differences between North America and the KHL in terms of culture, game play, structure, performance, and schedule. The current strength & conditioning scene in Europe compared to North America. Advice for young strength coaches considering going abroad. The importance of communication, consistency, and simplicity a…
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In this episode, Craig Randall interviews Malik Bryant, a dedicated educator at Martin Luther School, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania. Malik shares his personal journey from pursuing a business degree to finding his calling in teaching, driven by his innate desire to help others. His story unfolds from his initial job roles to his impactful position…
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YOU CAN WATCH THIS VIDEO ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE! Dive into the essentials of building a brand that captivates and resonates with your audience in this detailed guide you will learn effective branding techniques. Gary Smith, of the Startup Three YouTube channel and a seasoned U.S. Army Veteran and business professor, shares actionable steps to …
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Samantha Barrish has been in the sector for 30 years and is currently an early childhood teacher in NSW. Her focus this year is to say ‘yes’ to all opportunities of new challenges. We spoke about many things- her passion for the importance of relationships with families and risky play and her experience with sitting in the discomfort. She said it h…
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Get your Forest School Confessions in at www.theforestschoolpodcast.com Support The ForestSchool Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠ www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠ 🌲🎧. Leave this episode a review on yourpodcast player! Sponsors: Carbonfarmers.world for Tawi Stoves! Guest Info: https://www.hackneyoutdoors.co.uk/s…
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Welcome back to the "Parents Rights in Education" podcast, where we unite parents and allies in the mission to protect children's educational rights. Today, we delve into a pivotal conversation with Austin Daniel, a House District 46 candidate from Oregon. Austin, a former far-leftist turned moderate, shares his transformation and insights on ident…
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In this episode, Jenna shares her captivating journey through various educational roles, emphasizing the power of adaptability and resilience in teaching. From her initial inspirations to her diverse experiences across different grade levels, Jenna discusses the challenges and victories that have shaped her approach to education. Her story is a tes…
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For this "mini-bar" episode, HBS introduces our newest addition to the co-host gang, Dr. David Gunkel! David Gunkel is an award-winning author, educator and researcher, specializing in the philosophy of technology, with a focus on the moral and legal challenges of artificial intelligence and robots. He is the author of a number of important texts o…
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This episode is a part of a series of podcast episodes that we’re having with the presenters from our December 2023 Embracing The Early Years Professional Learning Day. In this episode “A Conversation With Dr. ABC about flourishing in all our idenities” you will hear ASCY’s Leslie Busija and Shanda Licop jump right back into the conversations, idea…
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In this episode Andrew addresses the question, “How do we teach the glory of a thing?” - Nothing in the Camp Matters without the Glory - Inaccessible, Splendor, Repentance, Activities - Enjoyment and Dwelling - A Thought that is You - Radiant Glory Learn more about the CiRCE Institute: www.circeintitute.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy fo…
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In this final episode of DocTalk, we have a discussion of all of the work we've done together. With that, we'll explore the impact that the podcast has had on the documentary and share last thoughts, as I reflect on the end of my graduate program and on the importance of integrating multimodal teaching approaches into classes.…
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