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Bestselling author, professor and entrepreneur Scott Galloway combines business insight and analysis with provocative life and career advice. On Mondays, Prof G Markets breaks down what’s moving the capital markets, teaching the basics of financial literacy so you can build economic security. Wednesdays, during Office Hours, Scott answers your questions about business, career, and life. Thursdays, Scott has a conversation with a blue-flame thinker in the innovation economy. And Scott closes ...
 
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Chalk Radio

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MIT OpenCourseWare

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Chalk Radio is an MIT OpenCourseWare podcast about inspired teaching at MIT. We take you behind the scenes of some of the most interesting courses on campus to talk with the professors who make those courses possible. Our guests open up to us about the passions that drive their cutting-edge research and innovative teaching, sharing stories that are candid, funny, serious, personal, and full of insights. Listening in on these conversations is like being right here with us in person under the ...
 
Melissa and Lori Love Literacy ™ is a podcast for educators interested in learning more about the science of reading, knowledge building, and high quality instructional materials! Join Melissa and Lori as they learn about new ways of thinking about how to teach reading and writing. Most of their experience has been in the classroom from primary through high school, but they also have experience at district and state leadership levels in literacy. Guests include school-based educators and lea ...
 
It's time to reignite your passion for teaching! Triple R Teaching provides simple strategies and practical tips for PreK-grade 3 educators. Anna Geiger, M.Ed., will show you how to make small changes to improve how you teach literacy concepts. Look forward to episodes about Anna's transition from balanced literacy to the science of reading, and expect episodes that will help you understand the research while giving you practical tips that you can implement today. Hit subscribe, and get read ...
 
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The Literacy Dive Podcast

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The Literacy Dive Podcast

Megan Polk, Literacy Elementary Teacher

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Do you find yourself seeking new ideas when it comes to literacy instruction in elementary classrooms? The Literacy Dive is a podcast that offers actionable steps and information for ELA teachers. The host, Megan Polk from The Literacy Dive, shares literacy tips and strategies she has learned from her years of experience as an elementary teacher and literacy specialist. Dive in with us every Monday for a new episode on various literacy topics!
 
Hi there, I'm Jocelyn Seamer. Teacher, former school leader, author, and all around cheerleader for teachers everywhere. Learning to read and write is a matter of social justice. Every child deserves to learn through evidence informed practices, and every teacher deserves to be fully supported to make that happen.The Structured Literacy Podcast goes beyond the program to get to the heart of what it's really like to build a structured approach to literacy across the school.
 
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The Literacy View

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The Literacy View

Faith Borkowsky and Judy Boksner

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Teachers are tired and want to be excited about teaching again. Too often, professional development is boring, not substantive, or lacks a practical how-to approach. The Literacy View invites viewers to sit with Faith Borkowsky and Judy Boksner to discuss best literacy practices in easy-to-implement ways. The two women are educators and literacy coaches. Faith and Judy encourage all educators to enter lively discussions about literacy's most pressing issues. DISCLAIMER: THE OPINIONS EXPRESSE ...
 
Teaching is too hard of a job to try to do alone. Every week join Susan, a veteran teacher, as she discusses the power of sharing in the workload by offering tips for organization, teaching strategies, classroom management, and more. If you are a primary teacher looking for help and motivation to survive the ups and downs of teaching, this podcast is for you. Visit http://sharedteaching.com/shared-teaching-podcast/ to find show notes and how to contribute to an episode.
 
This is 10 for Teens + Tweens, a 10-ish minute podcast by Empowerful Girls that helps you grow curiosity, compassion, and confidence. In each episode, host Stephanie Valdez shares tools that empower girls to know they can take on the world! By discussing positive themes, exploring healthy habits, tackling tough topics and teaching girls how to handle them, Stephanie wants every girl listening to recognize her individual worth, identify her strengths (and accept weaknesses), build up her frie ...
 
Instruction By Design, your podcast to the art of teaching, is a conversation between the instructional designers from Arizona State University's Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation (Jinnette Senecal, Celia Coochwytewa, and Aaron Kraft) about various topics on course design, pedagogy, and educational technology. Our goal for the podcast is to explore ideas for new practices and tools for implementation in your courses. The podcast is produced by Arizona State University's Edson Co ...
 
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Fit Literate

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Fit Literate

Carolyn Viggh and Laura Girard

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Carolyn and Laura combine girl talk and critical analysis to look at fitness media and trends through an anti-diet lens. They help listeners develop their fitness literacy to become smarter consumers of the fitness industry (while still having fun in the gym and on the internet). Think of it like getting advice from your big sister's friends but instead of dating and fashion they teach you how to not get scammed by the fitness industry's latest snake oil salesman. New episodes every Thursday ...
 
New teacher? Seasoned veteran? Leader in a school or district? No matter what your role, being in education these days is tough. We’re here to help. Join us every other week as we tackle challenging issues in education with experts in the field and discuss how to inspire meaningful, vibrant, and fun PD, shifting perceptions about professional learning.
 
A podcast brought to you by Teach For America Greater New Orleans/South Louisiana for folx who like to have real conversations about what’s happening in education. Your hosts are Ashley Jordan, Henry Rivera-Leal and Taylor Anderson
 
This page is dedicated to driving a conversation for choral musicians with the PHILOSOPHY of Choral Music at the heart of every post and podcast episode. Topics will be wide ranging from the technical aspects of our jobs and careers all the way to the artistic interpretations and values that make us who we are as artists. Join me in this conversation in which I hope we can learn from each other.
 
The Finance Diaries is here to teach what was missed in school: investing, taxes, budgeting, mortgages, income streams and other money-related topics. I'm here to help give you the personal finance education that you never got to have, and to help you feel empowered and good about your finances. Everything in this podcast is broken down and easy to understand, and can be listened to by anyone of any age!
 
We’ve all heard of the 4 Cs – collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, communication –, but what if there were other key skills and qualities? What about the power of curiosity, the value of empathy and the need for grit? Join me – and my guests – as we delve into these core skills in this podcast series and work out just what their importance is for students of English.
 
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Biblical Bytes Podcast

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Biblical Bytes Podcast

Adam Van Arsdale and Alison Howell

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Welcome to Biblical Bytes, a podcast dedicated to equipping and inspiring Christians to deepen their relationship with the word of God. Join hosts Adam van Arsdale and Alison Howell as they share their passion for biblical literacy and provide practical tips and techniques for personal Bible study. Whether you're a seasoned Bible student or just starting your journey, this podcast is for you. Join us on our mission to combat biblical illiteracy and grow in your understanding of God's word. S ...
 
The TeacherGoals Podcast is designed to equip educators with best practices & actionable strategies to achieve success and foster a more connected & empowered school community. Here we learn by engaging in honest discussions with innovative teachers, administrators and educational leaders. Our goal is to provide you with weekly inspiration that highlights what's funny, frustrating, & fantastic about teaching so that you can be your best for students!
 
This podcast is advocate of financial literacy and generational wealth. If you are interested in financial education tips such as credit repair, life insurance, mindset, and real estate investing. "It is not how much money you make, but how much money you keep, how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for." - Robert Kiyosaki
 
The Classroom Matters podcast aims to tell the stories and share the experiences of K-12 educators and the reality of our education system. Join Kristy Houle, former teacher, assistant principal and principal as she talks with a wide variety of fascinating people on important and interesting educational topics.
 
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The Mind Online

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The Mind Online

Learning for Justice

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Exercise your ears and sharpen your brain with The Mind Online, hosted by Learning for Justice Senior Editor Monita Bell. Through conversations with teachers, librarians, scholars and reporters, Monita explores the critical aspects of digital literacy that shape how we create and consume content online. Discover what educators and students alike need to know—and how we can all become safer, better informed digital citizens.
 
Are you a parent looking to raise money-smart kids so that you can give them the best shot at taking control of their financial future? The MoneyDad Podcast is dedicated to helping you do just that. Join Justin Chung, as he interviews like-minded parents, successful entrepreneurs, personal finance experts, best-selling authors and educators to share their stories, strategies, tactics and mindset secrets so that you can help your kids build a strong financial foundation and learn good money s ...
 
Teaching literature in high school is about connecting the past, the present, and the future with the imagination. The study of literature can be fun, relevant, and meaningful for all students if we focus on inspiring creative and curious thinkers and writers. This podcast will deal with new technologies, consciousness, identity, love, classroom culture, omniscient narration, rhythm, and all the other topics related to teaching English. Visit www.theteachersworkshop.com to find more resource ...
 
TV Show Host, Investment Advisor, 4x Award Winning Children finance Author, International Speaker & military veteran Prince Dykes was introduced to finances while serving as a logistics specialist on submarines in the US Navy. He earn an Associate, Bachelor’s and Master’s in Business Administration, Series 65, Series 63, insurance licenses and Certified Financial Educator Instructor while serving. In 2013 he founded Royal Financial Investment Group and the highly successful YouTube channel, ...
 
Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes is an organization committed to helping children and adults learn to read and comprehend to their potential. Lindamood-Bell Radio explores a wide range of topics revolving around learning, literacy, and education. Hear from public school leaders, parents of children with learning difficulties, literacy coaches, teachers, researchers and even an inspiring college football player who is passionate about getting kids in his community reading. Lindamood-Bell's f ...
 
Welcome to the Let’s Talk, Teacher to Teacher podcast. My name is Dr. Gina Pepin - and I am so happy to meet you. I am a midwestern mom of three, a super-enthusiastic reading professor, and a busy reading specialist at a wonderful elementary school. I was the 2018-2019 Upper Michigan Teacher of the Year and enjoy mentoring teachers of all levels. I have a great passion for early literacy… and am a co-author, along with the extremely talented children’s author - Eric Litwin of The Power of Jo ...
 
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This week, we're diving into the Shark Tank with Daymond John to explore how to teach financial literacy to kids and discuss his latest children's book, Little Daymond Learns to Earn. Daymond is a well-known entrepreneur, investor, author, and TV personality who founded FUBU, a hip-hop apparel company, and has appeared as an investor and mentor on …
 
114: Today we hear from Dr. Nathaniel Swain, a teacher, researcher and speech-language pathologist interested in language, literacy, and learning. In this episode we discuss the problems with balanced literacy ... and where to go from here. This was such a fun conversation! Click here for the show notes from this episode.…
 
Dr. Margarita Calderon (@calderonexc) and Dr. Hector Montenegro joined forces to share how we can teach language and literacy while integrating SEL strategies to support long-term English learners. You can connect with Tan on Twitter at @TanKHuynh and TanKHuynh.com. You can learn more about my courses at https://tankhuynh.com/courses.…
 
How might we integrate whole class lessons, small group work, and individual conferences to support students’ growth as readers and writers? Listen in as literacy leaders, Ellin O. Keene and Dan Feigelson join the Phenomenal Teaching Podcast to discuss ways to enhance student engagement and agency by integrating reading and writing. When teachers m…
 
Join Dr. Wendy Amato and literacy educators and authors Jan Burkins and Kari Yates as they explore the challenges of literacy in education today. Join us for a discussion on their new book, Shifting the Balance: 6 Ways to Bring the Science of Reading into the Balanced Literacy Classroom, as we break down the six shifts we can make to integrate effe…
 
How can educators create a culture of kindness in elementary schools? In this episode, our guest is Jeff Kubiak, the author of Authors Have Manners. Drawing on his experience as an educator, he provides you with specific strategies to teach kindness in manners in elementary. Don’t miss this valuable conversation! Jeff is an educator, author and spe…
 
You might not even know what ChatGPT is YET, but I asked it to write tonight’s introduction for the show. Here’s what it had to say: Artificial Intelligence and ChatGPT are the topic’s on this Sunday, March 19th edition of the Torg Stories Podcast. Show Notes Below Two things to explain first: I asked ChatGPT […]…
 
I’ve talked many times about the process and importance of students engaging in the writing process. It allows students to work on their written skills and creativity. But the step that most teachers gloss over or find optional is the peer editing stage, when in reality, it provides many benefits and life skills for students. So in today’s episode,…
 
This week on Prof G Markets, Scott and Ed unpack what happened to Silicon Valley Bank and what its stress test means for the strength of the U.S. banking system. They also discuss how branding has played a role in the chaos, particularly as it relates to the two tiers of venture capitalists that have emerged. Finally, they look ahead at regulations…
 
Jesus triumphantly entered Jerusalem, cleansed the temple, and healed the lame. And in response, the religious leaders wanted to know who Jesus thought He was! Jesus replied to them through a parable. But it wasn’t the answer they expected. Would they fall on Jesus or would the truth of His answer crush them? And what will we do with the truth of t…
 
116: Set for variability is a skill that readers use to transform a pronunciation error into the correctly decoded form of the word. If you think it sounds important, you're right! Today we learn all about set for variability from Dr. Marnie Ginsberg, creator of Reading Simplified. Click here for the show notes from this episode.…
 
We've all had those "oops" moments – from pants splitting at the most inopportune times to misplacing the very papers we desperately needed to grade! Well, buckle up, because we're about to spill the tea on our most facepalm-worthy teacher fails, featuring none other than the hilarious TikTok teaching sensation, Meghan Mayer (@TheCrazyCreativeTeach…
 
Play has an important role to play in early childhood education, but what is its role in reading instruction? In this episode I will discuss what play can and cannot do to help children develop early reading skills. Did you miss an episode? The Structured Literacy Podcast Quick Links Jocelyn Seamer Education Homepage The Resource Room The Evergreen…
 
Today I have the pleasure of introducing you to the work of Dr Kevin House. He is the senior executive at EiM responsible for managing and directing the research, development and quality assurance of all future-focused education models. He is currently building regenerative curriculum architectures and digital credentialing solutions for Green Scho…
 
The article Placing Text at the Center of the Standards-Aligned ELA Classroom is a must-read before or after listening to this podcast! Meredith Liben and Sue Pimentel share the true intentions of the CCSS vs. the way they are currently interpreted. They also provide observations about how the Standards play out in classrooms and schools - within H…
 
Hear from two educators about how Penda Learning is raising both student engagement and standards mastery in Science, Grades 5-10. Heidi Alves is a former high school biology teacher who now serves as the K-12 science and curriculum specialist. Jeremy Blinn is a Secondary Science Curriculum Specialist. Personalized learning for all students: strugg…
 
Exclusive Interview with Alex from TSOH Research on Disney and Roblox" - Get an inside look into the research process of one of the industry's most respected investment research firms, as Alex from TSOH Research shares his expert opinions on Disney and Roblox. In this exclusive interview, Alex provides valuable insights and analysis on these two co…
 
Building on our conversations about the rising trend of low intensity exercise and "hormone balancing" workouts, this week we are taking a deep dive into Pilates! We overview the history of Pilates, discuss the way it's represented on social media, and share insight from actual pilates instructors (because we don't really know what we're talking ab…
 
Bill Burnett, the co-author of the New York Times best-seller, “Designing Your Life,” and the Co-Director of the Life Design Lab at Stanford University, joins Scott to discuss the attributes of “design thinking,” understanding your talent, and what to do when you feel stuck. Scott opens by bringing on Robert Armstrong, the FT’s US financial comment…
 
It’s Neurodiversity Celebration Week and joining us today to keep the conversation around neurodiversity in education going is Rebecca Matte, Associate Professor of Education at Landmark College, and Mark DePietro, Vice President for Marketing and Communications at Landmark College. In her time working with neurodiverse students, Rebecca found that…
 
In today’s digital world, we need critical thinking more than ever. The ability to be able to judge the credibility of sources and formulate plausible hypotheses are key. So what can we learn from professional fact checkers? What happens if we delegate search tasks to AI chatbots like ChatGPT? And what implications might this have for the classroom…
 
In this episode, I'll take you through my decision-making timeline and where I currently stand in the destination wedding planning process. I go into costs in detail, and sharing insights into where I found opportunities to be budget-conscious while still making the most impact. Planning a destination wedding has been an exciting yet overwhelming e…
 
Did you know that boys have fallen behind girls in almost every measurable academic category? Boys are 3-6 times more likely to have an ADHD diagnosis, 3-5 times more likely to be expelled, 2-3 times more likely to die from suicide, and are reporting higher levels of loneliness on average. There are a lot of reasons to be concerned. This episode is…
 
Scott discusses his thoughts on whether AI has the potential to be a real-time fact-checker. He then offers his advice on finding a solution to systemic issues hindering working mothers. He wraps up with an honest conversation about fame and happiness. Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit p…
 
It’s interviewing season for teachers and that means choosing which grade level to teach. The high number of vacancies means that teachers who are interviewing can have their choice of what job they want. So which grade should you choose? Choosing the best grade level to teach requires careful consideration of several factors, including your teachi…
 
How can educators combine kindness and literacy to engage students? In this episode, our guest is Stan Tucker from the YouTube channel, The Very Airy Library. Drawing on his experience as an educator, he provides you with specific strategies to increase student engagement using kindness and literacy. Don’t miss this valuable conversation! Stan Tuck…
 
Today I have the privilege of sharing a conversation that I recently had with the wonderful Daniel Bradford the Head of Boarding at St Stanislaus College. In this wide-ranging interview, we talked about the importance of trust, the challenges and opportunities of running a boarding school for boys and what having daughters had taught him about rais…
 
With the emergence of generative AI, we now have newer concerns around deep fakes and misinformation. Older, more traditional approaches simply won’t work given the new media landscape. In this podcast episode, I interview an educational technology expert and professor Alec Couros. He offers some... The post Dr. Alec Couros on Redefining Informatio…
 
In this episode of the Value Investor Chatter podcast, the hosts analyze the recent troubles at Silicon Valley Bank from a value investor's perspective. They share their insights on what investors should look at when analyzing bank stocks or any company that uses its balance sheet to lend money. They caution listeners that the situation is constant…
 
Sometimes our students experience big feelings and they’re not always equipped on how to cope or even express how they feel. A great way to teach your students about SEL and create an open dialogue within your classroom is through literacy. On today’s episode, I have guest expert Andrea Burns to show how to use SEL to boost reading and writing skil…
 
This week on Prof G Markets, Scott gives the inside scoop on his early investment in NJOY, which will reap 30x in returns after Altria's acquisition of the vape company goes through. He also shares his thoughts on whether or not the JetBlue/Spirit Merger should be blocked, and takes a look at WeightWatchers’ move into the weight loss drug market. F…
 
The parable doesn’t end when the coin is found. It doesn’t end when the lost son is found, either. One of the most profound truths of Luke 15 is found in its final verses. Join Adam and Alison as they discuss the full story of these well-loved parables. Music used in intro: "Hard Answers" by JK Productions…
 
Ok Anne, set the scene for us. Where were you? What day of the trip? How was the snow? Give us as much as you can before the minutes before the broken leg. Anne, what did you know about Sedaris before reading this book? A few details from me related to Sedaris: Two other things […]By William Torgerson
 
Silicon Valley Bank collapsed on Friday — the second-largest bank failure in our nation’s history. In today’s special episode, Scott and Ed break down what happened, how it happened, and what might happen next. Scott also addresses government bailouts, the consolidation of banking power, and ends with a word of advice to the thousands of entreprene…
 
In the past, when we had struggling readers in our class, we'd do a benchmark assessment, identify reading levels, and try to support these students in our small group rotations. But these days, with the growing awareness that guided reading, levelled texts and three queuing are no longer supported, upper primary teachers are asking exactly what am…
 
Dr Laura Tuohilampi (UNSW Arts, Design and Architecture) is a mathematics education researcher, an in-service teacher trainer and the founder of Math Hunger and Maths for Humans. Passionate about shifting mindsets to view maths as positive, engaging and achievable, her work explores practices that innovate and inspire traditional teaching methods t…
 
Today we’ll be talking to a team of authors about a recent article they published on small group instruction, titled Maximizing Small-Group Reading Instruction. We ask and answer important questions about small group instructional time: What is the appeal of small group reading instruction? Why has it been popular? What does the research say? What …
 
Dr. Leslie Laud is the founder of Think SRSD (Self-Regulated Strategy Development) for reading and writing. She is a writer, researcher, and leader in the "science of writing" instruction. https://www.thinksrsd.com/ Providing Reading Intervention for Students in Grades 4 to 9 https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/Docs/PracticeGuide/WWC-practice-guide-reading…
 
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