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A podcast for celebration, commiseration, and support through grad school for the students who are living it (or want to). Join Elana Gloger, a full-time 4th year doctoral student and part-time human, as she chats with fellow grad students about their professional and personal experiences, without taking either too seriously. Episodes include conversations about students' Day in the Life, conversations about Diverse Identities and Racism in Academia, and themed episodes (like, Mental Health ...
 
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The Full Voice Podcast With Nikki Loney

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The Full Voice Podcast With Nikki Loney

A fun and informative podcast for the independent voice teacher working with singers of all ages. Sharing inspiring interviews with music educators from around the world, the FULL VOICE podcast shares modern teaching tips, vocal pedagogy, business strateg

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Sharing inspiring interviews with music educators from around the world, the FULL VOICE Podcast shares pedagogy, business strategies, and best practices for your voice studio.
 
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ECHO's Voices of Webster

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ECHO's Voices of Webster

Maren DeMargel, editor; reporters Emily Goben, Maren DeMargel, Lindsey Bennett, Jaden Fields, Ellise Keller, Zeke La Mantia, Emily Stisser, Zora Thomas, Ethan Weihl and Elise Wilke-Grimm.

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Voices of Webster is an ECHO Newspaper production. The opinions expressed are those of the student journalists and those they interview, and do not reflect the opinions of Webster Groves High School or Webster Groves School District. Lydia Urice is editor. Music is "Beauty Flow," by Kevin MacLeod from https://filmmusic.io (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) and “Poppers and Prosecco” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Co ...
 
Science Modeling Talks is a podcast series that introduces you to top science Modeling teachers and thought leaders in a relaxed and conversational interview format. In our episodes, you'll hear stories and ideas that help the science education community learn and grow as effective classroom teachers. Visit our website for show note, links and more info about our guests: sciencemodelingtalks.com
 
A podcast about education. Every episode, Voice of San Diego's Scott Lewis and Will Huntsberry bring you a new story about schools and the system that makes them work (or not). This season, we’ll have stories about a scam that cost California millions of dollars, what happens when a school stops feeling safe and the future of early education. Subscribe now to get every episode. We’re back from summer vacation Sept. 25th.
 
Are you ready to become the person everyone loves (including yourself)?! Imagine being filled with purpose, joy, and focused energy. Every. Single. Day. Join host, Athea Davis, author & educator, for practical, fun, and relatable mindfully-infused insights, information, and inspiration that you can apply in your life, family, and school or business. Now, let's get started. Choose to be the person today you want to become tomorrow! Follow Athea on social media - @atheadavis on IG, FB, Twitter ...
 
In DOE Digest, host Dr. Ken Bond and guests discuss educating New Jersey's 1.4 million students. DOE Digest is based on the simple premise that, as educators, the greatest resource we have is each other. It is a platform for information exchange that highlights the work being done by innovative and transformative educators around the state. Transcripts at https://www.nj.gov/education/pln/podcast-transcripts/. Neither the New Jersey Department of Education, nor its officers, employees or agen ...
 
Welcome to life at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. Classes, student organizations, faculty, research, hands-on projects, and don't forget our social lives outside of class - its all up for discussion with regular appearances and interviews with special guests. Viterbi Voices: The Podcast is hosted by Paul Ledesma (Director, Undergraduate Admission) and current student Emily Powis (Biomedical Engineering, Class of 2022).
 
Opera for All Voices (OFAV) began as a consortium of North American opera companies committed to co-commissioning and co-producing new operatic works for audiences of all ages that bear the same artistic integrity and depth of storytelling as mainstage works. Over several years it has grown in its mission to tell "stories of our time." Follow host Andrea Fellows Fineberg from The Santa Fe Opera and OFAV collaborators and stakeholders as we explore the process, the context, and the story of c ...
 
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Voices from the Edge

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Voices from the Edge

Ivor Weiner, David Boynes, Marc "Mookie" Kaczor, Izzy Argueta

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Music and technology are integral parts of our culture, and they combine to uplift and enrich our lives every day! Join “Voices from the Edge” each week (hosted by two CSUN professors, an 88.5FM radio celebrity, and a CSUN student) for conversations that are hip and timely, with some edginess sprinkled on top. If you are looking for the cutting edge of music, culture, and technology, this is the podcast for you!
 
These podcasts share the story of being a student at Green School, through the eyes of the students. There is an inherent focus on project based learning in this show, and we try hard to allow student voices (however controversial) to preside and be published. Sit back and enjoy these stories!Here are some links to other great media from GS:blog: http://medium.com/leap-academyinstagram: https://www.instagram.com/leapacademy/
 
Welcome to The Every.Black Entrepreneur Podcast Network. We are a family of entrepreneurs that donate our time and God given talents to produce quality content about the various aspects of entrepreneurship. Our mission is to educate and assist people to create wealth through entrepreneurship by leveraging technology and a strategy of global networking. Please support our efforts by subscribing here at www.Patreon.com/EveryDotBlack and by listing your business on www.Every.Black Thank you and ...
 
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AUU Student Radio

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AUU Student Radio

Adelaide University Union

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Adelaide University Student Radio is Australia’s longest running student radio program, and has been running for over 30 years on Radio Adelaide. We aim to give students on campus a voice on air and this year, our programs will specialise in comedy, sports, local music, politics and uni based banter. There is bound to be something appealing. so keep your ears peeled! Listen to us on Wednesdays from 6pm-11pm on 101.5 FM or online at http://radioadelaide.org.au Call us 08 7132 5000 or tweet @a ...
 
Educators have a unique role in often identifying mental illness in their students first. A resource that is constantly running out is the time teachers seek for professional development. Voices of Clarity for Educators, brought to you by Clarity Child Guidance Center, provides quick recorded blogs on difficult behaviors, recognizing mental illness, and burnout prevention. For more information, visit https://www.claritycgc.org/educators/
 
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We talk to Hudson County Community College about how they are helping students succeed with their Hudson Scholars Program. Guests include: Dr. Christopher Reber, Hudson County Community College (HCCC) president HCCC student Latisha Straker Dr. Gretchen Schulthes, associate director, advising and transfer John Urgola, institutional effectiveness coo…
 
This is a special weekend series ‘Student Voices’ where I share my conversations with the members of the Iana Dance Club about life, dance and training. Some of participants are belly dance beginners, some are professionals, but all of us have one thing in common: we all remain being students of dance. :) Enjoy this inspiring conversation with Shan…
 
There's a greater risk of experience stigma, bullying, and prejudice during school for students who identify as LGBTQ. As teachers, its important to understand what LGBTQ kids face at school, and how you can help create a safe and supportive place for them in your classroom. Narrated by Luke Blankenship, Development Coordinator at Pride Center San …
 
The University of Texas at Austin has been deemed a Hispanic Serving Institution, or HSI. But what does UT's HSI status really mean for its Hispanic students? Marissa DeLeon and Maria Probert speak with Hispanic students and faculty members at UT about their experiences. Written and reported by Marissa DeLeon and Maria Probert. Produced by Carly Ro…
 
Diana Gnatchenko is a professional oriental dancer from Ukraine recognized around the world. She is the winner of multiple international competitions, guest teacher and judge at the most prestigious events worldwide. Her dance tours took place in countries such as Ukraine, United States, Italy, China, Spain, Argentina, Mexico, Korea, Chile, France,…
 
Educate U Host: Dr. Greta Oliver DrGreta@GretaOliverConsulting.com Wednesdays - 12:00PM EST This podcast is for the college-bound student and their family members who are supporting them on the journey. In this episode I will cover podcast expectations and upcoming topics, as well as share my personal story regarding my path to higher education. Th…
 
Daniel (DJ) Klein is an Assistant Principal at Oceanside High School, in Oceanside, Mississippi. For longtime Principal Matters listeners, you Continue readingPMP299: 10 Lessons from a 2nd Year in School Admin with DJ Klein The post PMP299: 10 Lessons from a 2nd Year in School Admin with DJ Klein first appeared on Principal Matters.…
 
You’ve heard of main character energy? Well, get ready for youth chorus energy! Andrea Fellows-Fineberg connects with an optimistic, pragmatic, and empathetic mindset courtesy of the youth chorus members who participated in the December 2021 world premiere of Opera For All Voices’ Hometown To The World. Their insights and post-performance emotion s…
 
Dr. Porcher & Dr. Bertrand, co-host with Chanae Wells Bond and Dr. Courtney Rose to discuss ways to engage with students in classrooms (K-12 and teacher education) after anti-Black violence and shootings. Chanea Wells Bond is an educator, a teacher and an eternal student. Her current graduate work focuses on increasing access to dual credit and adv…
 
The second nationwide March for Our Lives drew hundreds of protesters to the Texas Capitol, calling for gun reform following the attacks in Uvalde, Texas, and Buffalo, New York. Listen to the stories of activists and speakers at the rally. Reported and produced by Molly-Jo Tilton. Music by Blue Dot Sessions. Full transcript here.…
 
Every year on June 21st, musicians across France take to the streets to celebrate la Fête de la musique. Growing up, Fanny’s birthday also happened to be on June 21st…and for a long time, she resented having to share her day with the popular French holiday. Until the tradition took on a special meaning for her… A transcript of this episode is avail…
 
Organizing teaching materials is no simple task. Printed music, digital files, mp3 tracks, sheet music, music games - even if you get them organized, THEN how best to distribute them to your students so that everyone can enjoy productive lessons? Heidi Heaver is an elementary music teacher with over 30 years of experience. She is also a member of t…
 
Home to a mixture of important habitats, the NUI Galway campus has been recognised as the most biodiverse university campus in Ireland. Nuala Ní Chonghaile joins Caitriona Carlin from NUI Galway's Ryan Institute and School of Natural Sciences, on a walk through the NUI Galway Biodiversity Trail in this edition of the Cois Coiribe Podcast – a series…
 
Dr. Sheldon Eakins. is the Founder of the Leading Equity Center and host of the Leading Equity Podcast. He is also the author of Leading Equity: Becoming an Advocate for All Students. The post Episode #133: Discovering Your Journey to Advocacy with Dr. Sheldon Eakins first appeared on Rethinking Learning.…
 
Educate U Host: Dr. Greta Oliver DrGreta@GretaOliverConsulting.com Wednesdays - 12:00PM EST This podcast is for the college-bound student and their family members who are supporting them on the journey. In this episode I will cover podcast expectations and upcoming topics, as well as share my personal story regarding my path to higher education. Th…
 
Victoria Teel is an award winning belly dance performer and instructor. In 2010, she was chosen along with 24 other dancers to participate in the world’s first ever belly dance reality show, Project Belly Dance. She placed among the top six contestants, earning her spot in the Final 6 instructional DVD released in March 2011. Soon after Project Bel…
 
In this week’s episode, I am joined again by my friend Daniel Bauer, education leader, podcaster and author of the Continue readingPMP298: 5 Sticky Core Values for Leaders with Daniel Bauer The post PMP298: 5 Sticky Core Values for Leaders with Daniel Bauer first appeared on Principal Matters.By William D. Parker: Principal, Author, Speaker and Blogger
 
When an initiative is called Opera For All Voices, who’s the “all”? Key Change Season Four examines OFAV’s burgeoning legacy of co-creating new operatic works through a community-centric lens, beginning with an OG favorite, Hometown To The World. Host Andrea Fellows-Fineberg revisits the production with core members of its artistic team, young perf…
 
If you have enjoyed the podcast please take a moment to subscribe, and also please leave a review on your favorite podcast platform. The way the algorithm works, this helps our podcast reach more listeners. Thanks from IC for your support. Could an app like what we are discussing in this episode be a good fit at your school? Check out the website f…
 
In the grand French tradition of winemaking, Beaujolais Nouveau wine was once the cool kid on the block. But when wine connoisseurs felt it went too mainstream, they turned their backs on it. So wine lover Anaïs Pertuizet decided to make a new kind of Beaujolais Nouveau, one that would win back their hearts. A transcript of this episode is availabl…
 
Today’s guest represents the developers, manufacturers, formulators and distributors of plant science solutions for agriculture and pest management in the United States. Come with me as we learn more. ABOUT the GUEST Chris Novak is the President and Chief Executive Officer of CropLife America (CLA). CLA’s member companies produce, sell and distribu…
 
This is a special weekend series ‘Student Voices’ where I share my conversations with the members of the Iana Dance Club about life, dance and training. Some of participants are belly dance beginners, some are professionals, but all of us have one thing in common: we all remain being students of dance. :) Enjoy this inspiring conversation with Sand…
 
Educate U Host: Dr. Greta Oliver DrGreta@GretaOliverConsulting.com Wednesdays - 12:00PM EST This podcast is for the college-bound student and their family members who are supporting them on the journey. In this episode I will cover podcast expectations and upcoming topics, as well as share my personal story regarding my path to higher education. Th…
 
A couple of weeks ago, I was on a call with my friend Daniel Bauer, education leader, podcaster and author Continue readingPMP297: Applying the Strangest Secret with Daniel Bauer The post PMP297: Applying the Strangest Secret with Daniel Bauer first appeared on Principal Matters.By William D. Parker: Principal, Author, Speaker and Blogger
 
As Howard Wach explains in this three part Digication Scholars Conversation with host Jeff Yan, Guttman Community College is not your typical community college. Opened in 2012 with a unique structure designed to address the high student attrition rate common in community colleges, Guttman only enrolls full-time students and was originally created w…
 
Dr. Bertrand & Dr. Porcher co-host with Mrs. Marian Dingle to discuss the great resignation of educators in K-12 spaces. More specifically, we discuss Mrs. Dingle's pivot from the classroom to an educational organization. Mrs. Marian Dingle was a classroom elementary educator for twenty-two years. Her early career involved local advocacy for margin…
 
Opera. Change is in the air. These are the stories of Opera For All Voices, its continuing mission to seek out more voices, to explore other ways of sharing story, to boldly go where opera has yet to get. In January of 2016, we started a conversation with opera companies across the country about how to create nimble new works that would resonate mo…
 
Popular Musics Specialist Jessica Baldwin shares strategies for allowing our young singers to experience a more comprehensive sample of music genres so we can enable them to find their true music passions and appropriate educational opportunities. Next, heather Nelson discusses the causes and symptoms of dry mouth. Finally, website expert Angela Wi…
 
Happy Day, Friend! On this week’s podcast episode, I’m talking about how to prepare our kids for an unknown future by helping them focus on and develop skills for their “future self”. My special guest today is Shannon Cox. Shannon currently serves as the 12th Montgomery County Educational Service Center Superintendent, in the organization’s history…
 
Born in Berlin, Germany, Beata Cifuentes started dancing at the age of six. Already as a child she attended her weekly ballet lessons with great persistence. Her decision to interrupt medical studies, as well as an intensive three-year course at Berlin’s Academy for Performing Arts, led her to discover oriental dance. She was fascinated by Arabic m…
 
Educate U Host: Dr. Greta Oliver DrGreta@GretaOliverConsulting.com Wednesdays - 12:00PM EST This podcast is for the college-bound student and their family members who are supporting them on the journey. In this episode I will cover podcast expectations and upcoming topics, as well as share my personal story regarding my path to higher education. Th…
 
I enjoy the sounds of morning. Yesterday, as I sat on my back porch sipping coffee, I could hear the Continue readingPMP296: The Post I Didn’t Want To Write The post PMP296: The Post I Didn’t Want To Write first appeared on Principal Matters.By William D. Parker: Principal, Author, Speaker and Blogger
 
In this episode, Mark talks with Earl Legleiter about what it is like to be a science teacher in a rural school, and how modeling instruction helped Earl to improve his skills both in physics and as a physics, chemistry, and biology teacher. They talk about ways Earl helps students to think on their own, rather than waiting for a teacher to tell th…
 
As Howard Wach explains in this three part Digication Scholars Conversation with host Jeff Yan, Guttman Community College is not your typical community college. Opened in 2012 with a unique structure designed to address the high student attrition rate common in community colleges, Guttman only enrolls full-time students and was originally created w…
 
If you have enjoyed the podcast please take a moment to subscribe, and also please leave a review on your favorite podcast platform. The way the algorithm works, this helps our podcast reach more listeners. Thanks from IC for your support. We have connected Anna (featured in the previous episode) and Nantume, in the spirit of SDG 17 - Partnerships …
 
For students, "mental health crisis" speaks to a very significant emotional and/or behavioral disturbance that is also posing a serious immediate risk of harm toward self and/or others. Venee M. Hummel, LCSW, provides this helpful guide to recognize potential signs of a crisis as an educator. Narrated by Priscilla Sanchez-Silva, Development Manager…
 
Le repas gastronomique, the true French feast, is a unique part of French culture. Chef Stéphane Ranieri worked his way up the kitchen ranks in some of France’s most prestigious restaurants. Then one day, he decided to take fine dining to a completely different setting: the rugby stadium. A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/…
 
This is a special weekend series ‘Student Voices’ where I share my conversations with the members of the Iana Dance Club about life, dance and training. Some of participants are belly dance beginners, some are professionals, but all of us have one thing in common: we all remain being students of dance. :) Enjoy this inspiring conversation with Wend…
 
Normally this podcast is dedicated to the art of advocacy. Today the show is dedicated to the act of advocacy. Today’s show is an editorial on gun violence in light of the all too familiar recent events. This is an editorial by Roger Rickard, the opinions expressed our those of the host. Contact Voices In Advocacy at: www.VoicesinAdvocacy.com 480 4…
 
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