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Trivia for your brain, laughs for your gut.
 
A candid look at the new big ideas that are transforming classrooms everywhere from a practicing teacher's point of view.
 
Houston Public Media classical music librarian, Dacia Clay has a secret: she knows next to nothing about classical music. But she wants to learn! Luckily, she's surrounded by classical music experts every day. In each episode of the Classical Classroom, Dacia's colleagues and some local classical music luminaries take turns giving her classical music "homework assignments". You'll learn about everything from bel canto aria to the use of leitmotif in the score to Star Wars. Come learn with us ...
 
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Classical Classroom
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There's a rumor going around that classical music is hoity toity. At Classical Classroom, we beg to differ. Come learn with classical music newbie Dacia Clay and the music experts she invites into the Classical Classroom.
 
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Classroom Crush
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Classroom Crush is a podcast hosted by Rebecca Bulnes about the heartbreaking, embarrassing, formative memories of childhood crushes. Every week Rebecca talks to an interesting guest about one of their most memorable crushes from elementary to high school, and also one of her own crushes because she needs to figure out when/why it all went wrong.
 
John Spencer is passionate about seeing schools embrace creativity and design thinking. In this podcast, he explores the intersection of creative thinking and student learning.
 
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Classroom Master
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Dedicated to helping new teachers, substitute and anyone else who is in charge of a classroom.
 
Mark Jones is a creative Children’s Pastor with practical ideas to champion Kid’s Ministry by encouraging and resourcing leaders.
 
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Classroom Q and A
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An award-winning English and Social Studies teacher at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, Calif., Larry Ferlazzo is the author of Helping Students Motivate Themselves: In this show Larry pursues practical answers To Classroom challenges.
 
Genuine Teacher Planning. Visit TheLetteredClassroom.com for show notes
 
A weekly podcast with reflections and strategies for budding Jewish education professionals.
 
The FlipNerd Real Estate Investing Classroom podcast brings together experts from across the industry to teach you cutting edge real estate investing tips and advice. From leaders like Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Advisors and leaders like Michael Blank, Greg Reid, Nate Armstrong, Kent Clothier, Matt Andrews, Matt Theriault, Jason Hartman, Justin Williams, Duncan Wierman, Larry Goins, Tom Krol, Todd Toback and many more. Whether you're new or a veteran real estate investor, and whether you're ...
 
School for frustrated Tennis Elbow sufferers – Break your vicious cycle!
 
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Classroom Geeks
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The weekly Classroom Geeks podcasts discuss everything of interest to teachers using educational technology, from websites to email,from overhead projectors to PowerPoint, from word processing to spreadsheets, from PCs to Macs.
 
The FlipNerd Real Estate Investing Classroom podcast brings together experts from across the industry to teach you cutting edge real estate investing tips and advice. From leaders like Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Advisors and leaders like Michael Blank, Greg Reid, Nate Armstrong, Kent Clothier, Matt Andrews, Matt Theriault, Jason Hartman, Justin Williams, Duncan Wierman, Larry Goins, Tom Krol, Todd Toback and many more. Whether you're new or a veteran real estate investor, and whether you're ...
 
Teaching is hard - there is no doubt about that! Whether you are a brand new teacher right out of the gate or you have put in many years of service - we all feel the pressure to be successful. On those hard days of endless meetings discussing ever changing standards, more rigor, testing, behavior issues, and calling parents - we can lose sight of why we became teachers in the first place. And when that happens, it makes it much harder to do our job. Memoirs of a Classroom is a weekly reminde ...
 
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Classroom Videos
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Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Lecture Videos.
 
Edtech news and how-to’s for the 21st century learning environment.
 
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The Drug Classroom
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The Drug Classroom is an educational resource focused on drugs, drug policy, and related areas.We cover a range of topics, including neuroscience, pharmacology, and history. Since drugs are never going to leave society, it only makes sense to provide good information about them.
 
This podcast is full of lesson and activities that teach math with technology. With the use of programs such as Google Earth, Youtube, Logger Pro, Grapher, Geometer's Sketchpad, and Notebook just to name a few teachers can make math come to life.
 
Providing Accessible Internet Resources around the globe.
 
John Gleason presents...UNDERGROUND CLASSROOMA look into the thoughts, struggles, and successes of elementary students.Recorded somewhere in the swamps of Jersey.All music written and recorded by Jeremy Benson.
 
The podcast that explore how Chromebooks are impacting the K-12 classroom.
 
A podcast for anyone interested in STEAMing up their teaching practices. Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math. Check out steamuptheclassroom.com for much more information!
 
The most creative podcast around. Based in a classroom setting with segments like "On the Blackboard" and "Detention", hosts Andre and Emmanuel hilariously and intellectually discuss, debate and draw lessons from relevant news. Listen in, as they touch upon subjects ranging from music, religion and sports to social issues, relationships and all things lifestyle related.Follow and enjoy a new lesson every Thursday.
 
A film studies podcast by teachers who wish they had majored in film.
 
A weekly podcast discussing and debating the structures, practices, technologies, and values of the greatest classroom on planet earth in the 21st Century: Classroom 21. Join your hosts James Simms, Marta Soteras and Mike Prior as they welcome guests and influencers to discuss and shape Classroom 21. Aimed at teachers and middle managers in secondary education in Europe and North America, Classroom 21 will be challenging, provocative and unflinchingly honest about where we are in education t ...
 
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The Drug Classroom
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The Drug Classroom is an educational resource focused on drugs, drug policy, and related areas.We cover a range of topics, including neuroscience, pharmacology, and history. Since drugs are never going to leave society, it only makes sense to provide good information about them.
 
Join Trenton Goble and other educators, thought leaders, and experts for the Reclaiming the Classroom Podcast Series as they explore the most important issues facing K-12 educators today.
 
Classroom to Boardroom gives college students and recent graduates the valuable information that is needed to make a successful transition from college into their careers. No matter what part of the process they struggle with, we deliver expert knowledge and experience to give these soon-to-be workers the inside edge.
 
The first 5 minute podcast for ELA teachers to play in class! REAL student writers share their writing, writing reflections, and writing tips. Inspired by voices from the Write About community–share your writing at WriteAbout.com
 
Digital storytelling in the elementary classroom—and beyond!
 
Audio and video podcasts covering the many areas of edtech
 
Leading from the Classroom features the 2017 Teachers of the Year sharing the powerful experiences that have shaped them as educators. Hear from our nation's most passionate teachers about the heart, hopes, struggles, and strengths they see in their classrooms every day.
 
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Classroom Chatter
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The hottest podcast on campus.
 
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Connected Classroom
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Through Connected Classrooms we can accomplish our mission to break down the four classroom walls, using 21st century technology to share student voice. This podcast features collaborated thinking from Boone County students along with students nationwide. Please support our mission by sharing our story.
 
Highlighting Amazing Teachers and Their Practices
 
Podcast by Jodi Hildebrandt
 
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Sburban Classroom
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Homestuck is an incredible webcomic that started in 2009, and "ended"(the ride never stops) in 2016. As more people become interested, some may be intimidated by the length and seemingly convoluted world mechanics That's where I come in! I've put... alot of time into learning about this multiverse, and want to share it with you! I want to provide a beginner's guide to Homestuck, so it's maybe not so daunting at first glance, and provide a jumping off point for you to make your own conclusion ...
 
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Open Classroom
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A compilation of thoughts and questions about education.
 
Sarah Kroenert from My STEM Classroom shares all of her activities, lessons, strategies and ideas from her own elementary/primary school STEM class. She discusses her passion for STEM education and how to build this passion in students. Discover what happens when she introduces new technologies or resources. While Sarah admits that she is not traditionally trained in a STEM field, Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths, she is a classroom teacher who discovered her passion for STEM when g ...
 
journalism, education, journalism education, and education journalism
 
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Kay's Classroom
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This is my podcast!
 
WÜLF UNIVERSITY is the educational arm of @MYUBERLIFE. Providing knowledge and thoughts beyond the classroom to entrepreneurs, students & creatives. #360Knowledge
 
Explores current issues and topics in education and how they relate to teaching and students.
 
Hello and welcome to Pineapple Classrooms, a blog and podcast celebrating the teachers of Albuquerque! Pineapple Classrooms is a collaborative project that works to bring teachers together through shared stories and honest conversations.
 
"Creating Engagement in the Classroom: Understanding the challenges of the modern learning environment" explores the opportunity for technology in the classroom, from both sides of the podium. San Diego State University (SDSU) Lecturer Kevin Popović and SDSU student Ryan Vanshur chatted after class one day, identifying problems—and opportunities—within the higher-education classroom. Vanshur shared what he considered best practices from professors—what works and what works better in deliveri ...
 
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Science Classrooms with Clickers
 
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In this episode, we discuss politics in the classroom. Should teacher’s share their political opinions or be neutral moderators?
 
Join us as we discuss whether you can personalize learning in a traditional classroom in the public school system. We discuss how we approach personalized learning experiences in current district.
 
Amy Wax is the Robert Mundheim Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she specializes in social welfare law and policy as well as the relationship of the family, the workplace, and labor markets. She is the author of Race, Wrongs, and Remedies: Group Justice in the 21st Century. Professor Wax has become a controver ...…
 
Amy Wax is the Robert Mundheim Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she specializes in social welfare law and policy as well as the relationship of the family, the workplace, and labor markets. She is the author of Race, Wrongs, and Remedies: Group Justice in the 21st Century. Professor Wax has become a controver ...…
 
Welcome to episode 99 of the EdTech Situation Room from June 19, 2018, where technology news meets educational analysis. This week Jason Neiffer (@techsavvyteach) and Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) discussed advice for attendees of the upcoming 2018 ISTE Conference, the AI robot debater from IBM, Facebook and social media privacy settings, and poor hom ...…
 
School's Out! Or almost for some. Rule the school with this teacher advice. Or at least your classroom.
 
I share my current summer project - a Classroom Website! It’s important to share the story of you and your classroom. Check out my story at: mrmoler303.weebly.com
 
A recent survey found that a shocking number of Americans have very little understanding of the Holocaust. Idaho Matters looks at efforts to keep Holocaust education in Idaho classrooms.By richardcopeland@boisestate.edu (richardcopeland).
 
Lessons Learned From a Turnaround PrincipalA Conversation with Dr. Scott NeilDr. Scott Neil has a passion for struggling learners…because he was one. His career morphed into being a top turnaround principal, and he’s uncovered some truths along the way. A key point of our conversation is this: A high number of students being flagged for interve ...…
 
Greezy is a crazy talented underground rap legend in the making. He spit some awesome freestyles (real off the top freestyles), with one of them actually coming out sounding like a full fledged song. He shared his stories and made us all laugh with the comical aura that surrounds him.Also, please check out onlylovefoundation.org. It's a charity ...…
 
When you meet someone who is rich in spiritual maturity, you can often just feel it in your gut. You can tell that this person is connected to the Divine. But how did they get that way? Dr. Kendra Bailey shares some of her fascinating research with Chris and Wayne about indicators of spiritual maturity in emerging adults. Using this research da ...…
 
Welcome to episode 51 Knitters! In this "in the classroom" podcast Marcy and Kim catch up on everything that they have been making (well, time permitting!) in the past 5 weeks. Grab your knitting, a bracing beverage, get comfy and join us! You can find our show notes on our blog here!
 
I know I just announced a summer hiatus, but this news was too much not to put out an episode. Flipgrid has recently announced some big news. They were acquired by Microsoft as a part of the technology giants move to regain market share in education. In announcing this acquisition, they also announced that Flipgrid has become FREE for all educa ...…
 
As my students are concluding their interviewing experiences in STEP this term, they were asked to reflect on their observations as they transition into the next level of their education and ultimately their future. Students were asked to answer the following questions with respect to their podcasts:What did you learn from your experience? Whic ...…
 
During this episode I talk about the importance of reflection time in My STEM classroom. How we allocate time to it in order to encourage students to take chances, make mistakes and learn from each other. Reflection time is a valuable tool in my classroom. It allows students to take responsibility for their own learning and make responsible cho ...…
 
In this episode we talk to Jo Cruse, MD at The Unreasonables, about how in the midst of an avalanche of data and AI in both hype and reality, its easy to think that automation and bots are taking over and that it's important more now than ever to ensure we have a human centred approach to building data, AI and technology solutions. We explore h ...…
 
This episode is our final legal episode of the season! We are speaking with return guest, Attorney Erin Gilsbach, about legal issues with audio/video recording in schools. Erin is Executive Director of EdLaw Interactive (edlawinteractive.com) and an experienced speaker and author at the state and national levels on matters regarding school law. ...…
 
In this episode, we turn the spotlight on MEN GONE WILD in Plano. Meet a few of Plano’s hardest working, standout males … Starting with a visit to Metroflex Gym – where the workouts are old school and hard core. Next, a sneak peek at Drag Queen Bingo, an event attracting sellout crowds to downtown Plano. Finally, meet Keishon Ireland, Plano ISD ...…
 
Episode 33 provides a glimpse into the innovative learning taking place in Elmbrook Schools, a public school serving over 7,000 students near Milwaukee, WI. Elmbrook is quickly becoming a leader in personalized learning, supported by a robust technology platform. Classroom environments support student engagement, collaboration, student voice an ...…
 
Joy Pullmann, author of “The Education Invasion” Joy Pullmann’s Columns at The Federalist The Education Invasion: How Common Core Fights Parents for Control of American Kids
 
Joy Pullmann, author of “The Education Invasion” Joy Pullmann’s Columns at The Federalist The Education Invasion: How Common Core Fights Parents for Control of American Kids
 
Joy Pullmann, author of “The Education Invasion” Joy Pullmann’s Columns at The Federalist The Education Invasion: How Common Core Fights Parents for Control of American Kids
 
What happens when you ask students to build a structure that will stop a hamster from falling into a bucket of boiling water? In the fourth episode of Podagogies, Vincent Hui leads us through a "super" experiential learning moment in his classroom. The award-winning instructor explains why he approaches teaching in a relational way, even if you ...…
 
How does an enslaved woman's song from 1830s in Georgia end up on a 1950s radio program in South Africa and in a modern singing class? This is the surprising story of an African-born woman named Tena, whose music has echoed for generations across continents, airwaves, and even college classrooms. Mary Caton Lingold (Virginia Commonwealth Univer ...…
 
Have you ever wondered what growth mindset is? What it means for your classroom? Are you and your learning community looking to boost student motivation in your classroom? This interview is for you! In this interview Dr William DeJean and Dan Hasler, the director of Cut Through Coaching & Consulting, speak about growth mindset and easy ways to ...…
 
Having trouble getting your technology aligned? Learn how to best align tools and objectives in this TCEA Responds blog for OneNote and Google Classroom. Read the blog at http://blog.tcea.org
 
Key Scripture: 1 Chronicles 22:11-16 The surest way to build a legacy is by building a family. The breakdown of the family unit has led to a number of social problems in our world today – from crime to mental health issues to economic crises. Ours is a generation that does some occasional “adulting,” but refuses to live as adults who place the ...…
 
Find all episodes and more resources at --> beckytalksparks.com What does the future of parks look like? What happens when cookie cutter playgrounds get replaced by unique, creative, and imaginative structures? In this episode, Dustin Graham talks about trends in parks and playground design. We get deep into how playgrounds are the foundation f ...…
 
It is with great honor that I bring you the very last episode we recorded for “Moving the Culture Podcast” where we discuss Kanye West and Donald Glover’s “This is America.” We talk about the many interpretations of these artists most recent works and statements and the best and worst ways educators can use these discussions to connect to class ...…
 
Hey all! This week Ryan and Alex try the interesting Watermelon Funk by 21st Amendment Brewery. In 2000, Nico Frexxia and Shaun O’Sullivan founded the 21st Amendment Brewery in San Francisco’s historic South Park neighborhood. They met in 1995, having moved to the Bay Area from Southern California, and gave up their careers to enter the booming ...…
 
Properly communicated classroom policies and procedures ensure that you can maximize the learning time in a safe and productive environment. When we start out teaching, it’s a time of experimentation to see what works. Here are four important points to consider when deciding on what and how to implement your policies and procedures. To access t ...…
 
Hello everyone! Welcome to a FANTASTIC episode about how it’s important to not only know your why, but how it’s also important to use it to fuel your work in the classroom. To discuss this, I’ve brought on Hal Bowman, of Teach Like a Rockstar and Be The One fame. We hit on a lot in part 2, but specifically, we hit on some amazing self reflectiv ...…
 
Hello everyone! Welcome to a FANTASTIC episode about how it’s important to not only know your why, but how it’s also important to use it to fuel your work in the classroom. To discuss this, I’ve brought on Hal Bowman, of Teach Like a Rockstar and Be The One fame. We hit on a lot in part 2, but specifically, we hit on some amazing self reflectiv ...…
 
What does it mean to waste something? You have to value it first, then discard it, I think. But who decides, and how? This becomes less cerebral and more horrific when the topic isn't a safe, high-level cerebral exercise, but instead a truly horrific and upsetting case of child abuse. We don't go into a ton of detail here, but it's enough for y ...…
 
Trending News: Mindfulness and Yoga in the classroom. Teaching about Dinosaurs and Humans living together—at the taxpayer’s expense. Bulletproof backpacks for graduation. Someone Has To Say It: Democrats offer teachers a “Better Deal.” Not good enough. I want the BEST DEAL. Feature Interview: Kelda Roys is running for governor in the state of W ...…
 
On the face of it the transition from the parable instruction of Jesus to the crowds, with private tutorials for the disciples, to the stilling of the sea in today’s reading seems abrupt. The address of Jesus as “teacher” offers some help but still makes for a very different classroom in a boat at sea. Nothing parabolic but indeed quite real in ...…
 
How do you see the church? Is it a hospital where the spiritually wounded getpatched up? Or is it a classroom where we come to learn about the Bible? Maybe itis a living room where we come together as a family? All of these are valid. Butconsider two more metaphors in Zechariah 9. The church is an army that isadvancing against the enemy. It is ...…
 
Dan Ryder is the co-author of Intention: Critical Creativity in the Classroom and is currently the Education Director of the Success & Innovation Center at Mt. Blue High School in Farmington, ME.In our conversation, Dan shares about what ignites his passion for education today: seeing the philosophical focus shift from the acquisition of inform ...…
 
In today's discussion, Michael and I sit down to discuss the "savior complex" and how it negatively impacts educators. The "savior complex" refers to those who believe their goal in life is to "save others" and paint themselves as a near god-like figure. We iterated on it in the podcast, but we want to make sure to emphasize that we're not stat ...…
 
For this episode I interviewed uber successful real estate agent Phillip Chang. Like myself, he dropped out of college after becoming disillusioned with the merits of pursuing his degree over starting his career in business. Now he's an incredibly successful real estate agent (and person) and has some powerful lessons to share with you!Enjoy!O: ...…
 
Our scholars take off their trendy Humanities berets and don their starchy Business suits, talking through exactly how wrestling companies make money, and why that might all be changing in October 2019 The hosts go back to the classroom, and provide the Word of the Day, DRAW, and jump into the history of top … Continue reading #13 – Drawing Money…
 
Jennfier Overdevest has encouraged her kids to truly take ownership in their work and they've thrived on a national stage. In this episode, we discuss, amongst many things, her reflection on her tenure in film and television, the frustrations she overcame when first starting in a classroom, and how you don't always need to be the technical expe ...…
 
On the 21st: Earlier this week, we hosted a conversation in front of a live audience at Riggs Brewery in Urbana. We focused on the issue of trauma—what it is, how it's affecting kids, and what all members of the community should do about it. Today, we're bringing you that conversation in a special hourlong broadcast.On today’s show, you’ll hear ...…
 
Nick Holmberg gets a visit from his fellow student Kenneth Skovbo Weiland. They discuss their semester and exam in Game Based Learning.Social media (mainly in danish)www.futureclassroompodcast.dkfacebook.com/futureclassroompodcast/instagram.com/futureclasspod/twitter.com/futureclasspod/soundcloud.com/futureclasspodeng/and search Future Classroo ...…
 
Author and international speaker Dr. Robert Dillon discusses the principles of classroom design and outlines actions teachers can take now on their journey toward designing their classroom with the learner in mind.
 
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