Best elementary school podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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The National Association of Elementary School Principals and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NAESP Radio. Executive Director Earl L. Franks, Ed.D., CAEhosts the program that will focus on the topics you really care about. Each brief segment of NAESP Radio will help keep abreast of the latest developments in the field.
 
Welcome to the Woodstation Elementary School Music Podcast! This show is all about the music of the Woodstation Generals as they learn and perform in the classroom of music teacher, Dr. Kevin Lane. Each show will feature some of the best music activities of the week, so don't miss a single show. You never know when you might be on it!
 
This video segment demonstrates how video and audio podcasts can be recorded separately and then mixed using Windows Movie Maker. Internal and external microphones were used for audio. A webcam and a digital still camera were used for video.
 
This is an educational podcast series created by students and teachers at L'Ouverture Elementary School.
 
Nellie Bennett Elementary School provides video podcasts of curriculum related lessons and useful faculty meeting presentations.
 
Elementary Students sharing their science knowledge
 
These Podcasts have been created by our wonderful Apopka Elementary School students.
 
No time is set apart from the day for interaction between high school/ junior high and elementary kids and I would like to change that.
 
Welcome to the Notre Dame Academy Elementary School Podcast channel. We are the Knights! Visit us at http://www.ndaes.org
 
There should be more interaction between the high school and elementary.
 
The education podcast dedicated to keeping you informed and connected to what's current and what works. Follow The Bedley Bros on Twitter @BedleyBros
 
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Note to Self
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Host Manoush Zomorodi talks with everyone from big names techies to elementary school teachers about the effects of technology on our lives, in a quest for the smart choices that will help you think and live better.
 
I'm here to help you find the best elementary teacher resources to make your classroom amazing!
 
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Radio WillowWeb
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Radio for Kids, by Kids
 
Mike and Eric talk about technology in the elementary classroom. Each episode is around 10 minutes so that you can get some ideas and insight quickly and in a fun way.Visit us on Facebook: Just search Teachers Talking Tech
 
A podcast about current issues in education.
 
Providing Practical, Long-term Solutions via Neuroplastic Learning Connections.
 
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Simply Teach
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The Simply Teach Podcast is a podcast by teachers for teachers. The goal of Simply Teach is to encourage classroom teachers right where they are with practical and simple tools to use in your classroom.
 
The International Reading Association and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you Literacy 2.0 on IRA Radio. Each month the program brings you the latest insights from the new frontier of literacy in the Digital Age. Episodes include "next" practices in reading and writing instruction, practical wisdom from thought leaders and experts and actionable, proven strategies to bring your teaching into the digital age of literacy. Tune in to stay ahead of the ways in which teaching, learning ...
 
Help for the Homeschool Art Teacher! Whether you accepted the title reluctantly or you're excited to take it on, being an art teacher can feel overwhelming. What should you teach and how should you teach it? Where will you find the supplies and the time to plan it all? Don't worry, you're in the right place. Welcome to the “Anyone Can Teach Art” podcast from Ridge Light Ranch. I am confident that, no matter what your background is, YOU can teach art! I’m Julie Abels, an artist and art curric ...
 
BAM Radio has compiled the most popular segments, hosted by the Executive Directors of the nation's 14 leading education associations including ; the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the National Parent Teachers Association ( PTA), the National Head Start Association (NHSA), The National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO), the ...
 
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TartanTalk
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TartanTalk is a podcast of Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, an all-girls K–12 school in Princeton, New Jersey. This series discusses topics to help parents raise their daughters to become confident leaders.
 
The Orange Leaders Audio Blog helps family, youth and children’s ministry leaders influence the faith and character of kids and teenagers. Five days a week, Monday through, Friday, we will share the best strategies, tips and ideas from the Orange Leaders online blog. Each episode will cover relevant family ministry topics with posts from leaders like Reggie Joiner; Carey Nieuwhof; Kristen Ivy; Adam Duckworth; Sue Miller; Mike Clear; Jim Wideman; Dan Scott; Meaghan Wall; Frank Bealer; Dr. Jim ...
 
LeadUpTeach was born out of a desire to inspire educators and ignite innovation. At the heart of LeadupTeach is a commitment to dive deep into the instructional practices of today’s edleaders. By leveraging social media, Elisabeth Bostwick, Heidi Veal, and Laura Gilchrist strive to support educators by providing resources to strengthen their practice and develop a community of connected educators who can rely on one another as a PLN. We are passionate about collaborative leadership and ampli ...
 
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Pryoritizing
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We are a young married couple who have been married for three years. We value our faith, and love to discuss education, marriage, and all things in between. We have each been in education for less than 10 years, so we are not experts by any means, but we like to share our experiences of what has and has not worked for us both personally and professionally. We love learning more about the profession, so if you have thoughts on any of the topics, we would love to hear them.God bless all of you!
 
Digital storytelling in the elementary classroom—and beyond!
 
Each year, the Empire Club Foundation publishes each speech that season in The Red Book, a yearbook which is distributed free of charge to 4000 university, secondary, and elementary school libraries in Canada, as well as Canadian embassies and consulates worldwide.
 
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Thunderbird Radio
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A podcast created by the students of Arthur Jacobsen Elementary School in Auburn, Washington.
 
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MasteryCast
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feed for podcast, link to this across the site
 
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MES Podcasts
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Students in Mrs. Hoffman's 3rd grade have completed a Social Studies projects about holidays. Working in teams, students learned the origins and traditions of several cultural holidays and presented their research in the form of a poster. They also worked in the computer lab to record these podcasts. You can listen to their work here.
 
We are Instructional Technology teachers who love to learn, share, and grow with techology.Visit our blog at www.itbabble.com
 
A podcast for online teachers, working travellers, and freedom seekers of all types. Each episode explores topics related to teaching, travel, creativity, & pursuing a life of passion.
 
Ronald Reagan ElementaryStage 1 JuniorsMacri, Rodwell, & Shepler
 
The official podcast of Southfield Christian Elementary School in Southfield, Michigan
 
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RMSE 5 Language
Daily+
 
Podcast for independent study or Reading Mastery Signature Edition, 5th grade language
 
Podcast Solutions for the homeschool community.
 
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Research Reports
Monthly+
 
We are a group of 3rd Grade students asking big questions about the world and researching to find the answers.
 
The Tech Coalface
 
Newton-Lee Elementary News Show Ashburn, VA
 
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HartBeat Radio
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HartBeat Radio is a podcast created by students at Hart Magnet Elementary School.
 
Halcyon Elementary - Montgomery, Alabama
 
An Antidote to the Usual Fare
 
This podcast features regular kids who have decided to become musicians. The show highlights their stories, successes, and challenges as they learn what it means to be a musician.
 
Mr. Ord is the music teacher at John M. Stumbo Elementary. This podcast will feature band, choir and music students. Some podcasts will be posted for educational purposes. Podcasts from other areas of the school may also appear.
 
Catholic Podcasts & Online Radio
 
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Raising Daughters
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This podcast will provide information, awareness, practical tools, and inspiration to parents and other adults who work with elementary, middle, and high school girls.
 
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In this episode, Mike and Glen discuss the topic on everyone's mind: Laurel or Yanny. Mike reviews his trip to Chicago with 60 elementary students. They're pretty excited about going to ISTE, so much so that they talk about it 5 weeks out. They discuss the tragic school shooting in Santa Fe Texas and address an interesting article that came up ...…
 
After several weeks, we have fixed the glitches that prevented us from posting each week's sermon audio. Here is the sermon from Pentecost Sunday, May 20, 1018. Earlier this week, I was down at the Wesleyan Child Care Center, picking up my son Ian... (By the way, if you’re looking to top off your joy tank, just go ahead and put a marker on your ...…
 
World Anti-Tobacco Day Christine Roherty is the Vice President of Health Promotion for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of New Brunswick. Her job is to ensure the Foundation has mission impact within our programs, projects and special events for all New Brunswickers. They collaborate with other like-minded government and non-government stakehold ...…
 
It saddens me that two more school shootings happened before I could publish this podcast about recent gun violence in schools. Here are our thoughts on teaching to "gun violence kids"--students who have lived with the threat of gun violence since they started school. If you teach middle school or high school, most of your students have practic ...…
 
Theme Song: Blind Guardian – This Will Never End00:30 Topics for this week (Deadpool 2, Wild Wild Country, Santa Fe School Shooting)00:45 Quick Takes (HBD Malcolm X, Rockets, The Office)01:45 Jorge is calling it – Rockets in 605:30 Jorge watches The Office for the first time (sorta)08:47 Is Jim the villain of The Office?10:00 Deadpool 212:45 Em ...…
 
Darcie speaks with the mother of two Hanalei Elementary students who just returned to school. We also hear from Kauai County Councilmember Mason Chock, and community organizer Mehana Vaughn, about early recovery efforts.
 
On this episode we were fortunate to speak with Betsy about her expirence as a Tuscarora Language educator for 20+ years. She teaches language classes at Niagara University and has taught at Tuscarora Elementary School for 20 years. She continues work closely with elders to develop a greater understanding of the language so she can keep improvi ...…
 
TCAPSLoop Weekly Episode 48...The Summer Slide iTunes Google Play SoundCloud Stitcher The school year is coming to a close and parents a frantically attempting to plan for the summer. One worry a parent often faces is the specter of their child experiencing the "Summer Slide," where some students may lose as many as 3 months of progress educati ...…
 
Restorative Justice Recorded on April 22, 2018 Moderator: Victor Small, Jr. (@mrsmall215) Victor is a Teacher on Special Assignment in his first year at Edna Brewer Middle School in Oakland, CA. He is also the Co-Moderator of the Restorative Justice League Voxer group and Twitter Chat. I blog, rap, and vlog. Panelists: Jennifer Bond (@teambond) ...…
 
When it comes to elementary school, we often hear about how rigid it is, and academically focused, yet research shows that play based learning has greater outcomes for success. I dove into all things elementary school with my friend Amanda. She is the director of an independent K-6 in Vermont. We talk about things to look for in a school, ways ...…
 
Among the thousands of teachers who filled the streets of North Carolina's capital Wednesday, were hundreds of educators from Western North Carolina. Many who were unable to make the trip to Raleigh attended satellite rallies, including one in Asheville. “Thank you so much for coming today” Around 10 o’clock Wednesday morning, teachers and supp ...…
 
Nfusz Updates From Rory Cutaia (2018) Rory Cutaia CEO nFusz www.nfusz.com On this weeks’s CEO Money show, nFusz CEO Rory Cutaia briefs us about two big announcements that the company made this week. On May 8th, nFusz, Inc. announced it has expanded its notifi product line to include notifiTEACH, an interactive video-based learning platform fo ...…
 
What is executive functioning? On this episode of the Strength In Words podcast, Ayelet sits down with Renee Peña Lopez, a special education and early childhood educator, to discuss how executive functioning is related to foundational learning and play in early childhood. We got the scoop about how to make play more purposeful to support this i ...…
 
In this episode Nat interviews Sat Hari about her most unique life story. From the experience of growing up close to spiritual teacher Yogi Bhajan, being a Sikh in American elementary school, to going to a boarding school in the foothills of the Himalayas with no heat, living with giardia for years in India, scrounging for change for food after ...…
 
Jen, Annie and Lauren sit down with Jacqueline Stickle, a registered dietitian with expertise in the area of school nutrition and community health. They discuss nutrition education for kids, how to evaluate how good it is and how to help foster healthy relationships with foods for our kids. Listen in and learn about: What to look for in your ch ...…
 
My guest is Jennifer Dasal, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the North Carolina Museum of Art. She’s also the host of the ArtCurious podcast. In each episode of ArtCurious, Jennifer sheds light on some of the most unexpected, mysterious, and, well, curious stories in art history. And she does so in a way that is not only unique but also ...…
 
Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including: Greitens may have hidden donations through 'shell companies,' says House committee Columbia School Board Votes to Officially rename Lee Elementary What's next for Gov. Greitens after Monday's shocking announcement? Police Looking into Greitens Investigation Auditor Seeks Info on Greitens' Hire ...…
 
Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including: Greitens may have hidden donations through 'shell companies,' says House committee Columbia School Board Votes to Officially rename Lee Elementary What's next for Gov. Greitens after Monday's shocking announcement? Police Looking into Greitens Investigation Auditor Seeks Info on Greitens' Hire ...…
 
Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including: Greitens may have hidden donations through 'shell companies,' says House committee Columbia School Board Votes to Officially rename Lee Elementary What's next for Gov. Greitens after Monday's shocking announcement? Police Looking into Greitens Investigation Auditor Seeks Info on Greitens' Hire ...…
 
Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including: Greitens may have hidden donations through 'shell companies,' says House committee Columbia School Board Votes to Officially rename Lee Elementary What's next for Gov. Greitens after Monday's shocking announcement? Police Looking into Greitens Investigation Auditor Seeks Info on Greitens' Hire ...…
 
Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including: Greitens may have hidden donations through 'shell companies,' says House committee Columbia School Board Votes to Officially rename Lee Elementary What's next for Gov. Greitens after Monday's shocking announcement? Police Looking into Greitens Investigation Auditor Seeks Info on Greitens' Hire ...…
 
Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including: Greitens may have hidden donations through 'shell companies,' says House committee Columbia School Board Votes to Officially rename Lee Elementary What's next for Gov. Greitens after Monday's shocking announcement? Police Looking into Greitens Investigation Auditor Seeks Info on Greitens' Hire ...…
 
Episode 4 Show Notes Episode #4: How Vision and Culture Impact Learning and Leadership In this episode, we discuss how school leaders can use vision and culture together to impact learning and leadership in classrooms. We talk with a colleague about how she and others initiated two professional learning groups, one for reading and the other for ...…
 
This week's teacher feature award goes to Shaynie Wayman a special ed teacher from Oquirrah Elementary. She worked tirelessly to catch one of the students up to speed. When the students' parents became homeless, they had to move the student to a new school. Mrs. Wayman helped personally with the transition of the student to a new school and a n ...…
 
We spend time with Caroleann Curley, teacher at Laguna Road Elementary School in Fullerton, CA. She shares her journey into teaching through teaching piano as a teenager, and her thoughts on trying something new.
 
On this episode, Tyrone meets up to and speaks with good friend, Olivia Hudson. They discuss how she landed a job that allowed her to cover concerts by artist such as Kendrick Lamar and Travis Scott. They also discuss her moving around throughout elementary school, the constant switch between home schooling and public schooling, and juggling al ...…
 
Sunny is an independent artist from Shelby, NC (704). Sunny has always loved music; he even rapped under the name "Little G" as an elementary school child. He started going all in on rap/hip-hop while attending East Carolina University. Between traveling, networking, making beats, recording, and participating in competitions, Sunny is constantl ...…
 
Cameron and Isaac debate the NBA and NHL Conference Finals. We check in on baseball (technically it matters), rank the top 10 teams across all sports, and learn the status of Cameron's air conditioner
 
Chicago Theological Seminary is located just south of the Midway Plaisance in Hyde Park. Many of you probably know that this stretch of green space, stretching more than a mile from Jackson Park and Lake Michigan on the east to Washington Park on the west, was created as part of the World’s Fair, the Colombian Exposition, held in 1893 and attra ...…
 
It takes a village to raise strong daughters and it takes especially strong ones to raise divas. We’re dedicating an entire episode to the village matriarchs that raised us, our mothers! Laugh (and cry) along with us as we interview Diane Walters (Megan's mom) and Anne Pinkerton (Xela's mom). These women shaped us into the creative minds that w ...…
 
The story is funny but the truth it all started in 3rd grade in Queens Ny in the playground of my elementary school..........listen in
 
In this episode, Marina Gijzen, current elementary head at Nanjing International School shares her insight and experience as it relates to her journey in education that has spanned well over two decades. A few years ago, Marina chose to change directions and move into educational leadership as she felt, in her heart, that she wanted to take the ...…
 
"I heard the other day, even in England, a man could not, without a permit, cut down his own tree with his own axe, make it into planks with his own saw, and use the planks to build a tool-shed in his own garden.The basic principle of the new education is to be that dunces and idlers must not be made to feel inferior to intelligent and industri ...…
 
I sit down with business owner Randy Wee of Wee's Tees to talk about his entrepreneurial journey. https://www.weestees.com/ PHR 185 Pharmacology at DMACC now has a 2nd section as we quickly filled the first section. It's completely online, a 10-week course, and you can find more information here: https://www.dmacc.edu/programs/pdp/pre-pharmacy/ ...…
 
Patrice Dutil talks with Carla Peck, Professor in the Faculty of Education of the University of Alberta, about the teaching of Canadian History in Canadian elementary schools. This podcast was produced by Sumeet Dhami and Naomi Katz in the Allan Slaight Radio Institute at Ryerson University.
 
A new administrator, a new partnership and a lot of hard work. This is the story of Bonneville Elementary’s journey from underperformance to academic rigor and a renewed culture. In 2014, Bonneville Elementary was in the bottom 1% of elementary schools in Utah. Ogden School District saw the need for change and sprang into action. With a new pri ...…
 
Loudoun's Department of Economic Development and some of its farmers think industrial hemp will be the next big thing; the School Board narrows down options for naming the county's newest elementary school.
 
Ilene Winokur Alzaid, Ed.D is a passionate educator and supportive mentor who has lived in Kuwait since 1984. She was an Elementary School Principal, English Foundation Program University Director and Accreditation Steering Committee, Chairperson. I met Ilene at ISTE last year in San Antonio. It was like we had known each other for years. We ...…
 
George Welsh discusses his work improving reading proficiency in high poverty, high minority school districts. We’ll hear how he led one of the lowest performing schools in the state, Haskin Elementary, to become a model of School Turnaround success.
 
This week we drink a New Holland Night Tripper while talking about the dirt on Patricia from 22 years ago that is resurfacing, the Pistons part ways with Stan Van Gundy, and people getting hit in the balls. Beer News: Yeast Found On A 220 Year Old Shipwreck Brings Beer Back To Life http://www.iflscience.com/editors-blog/brewers-use-yeast-found- ...…
 
On this episode, I mention Staples' Arc Notebook, Natural Calm Magnesium Powder, Jessica Newry's "The Birthday Song", my 2nd-grade teacher Patricia Bennett, Barclay Elementary/Middle School, Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, and Toni Morrison's "Song Of Solomon".
 
This week Mike and Suzanne continue their conversation on Project-Based Learning. You should listen for when Mike mixes up his sciences, quite funny. This is part 2 of our conversation where we dive deep into the world of project-based learning. We also met with Miranda Jurras from Boland Elementary School and talked about her time as a student ...…
 
Can a fourth grade teacher from Jollyville Elementary out smart Booker in today's bit of Can't Beat Booker? Find out if Booker gets schooled and play along!By digitalservices@entercom.com.
 
Milwaukee schools are having a citywide arts festival with students from elementary to high school performing musical and theatrical acts starting this Wednesday, May 9th. We hear from a teacher who has been helping students prepare. A meteorologist explains why the state is overdue for a big tornado and two farm experts discuss the decline of ...…
 
This Podcast describes the Aboriginal/Indigenous Youth Mentorship Program (A/IYMP). A/IYMP is a 20-week, peer-led afterschool program delivered by Indigenous high school students for their younger elementary-aged peers. A/IYMP promotes wellness, resiliency, and overall positive mental health, including Mino-Bimaadiziwin (the way of the good lif ...…
 
John chats with Lydia Dobyns, president and CEO of New Tech Network, which has about 200 K-12 schools in 28 states, and Matthew Swenson, assistant principal at Cross County (New Tech) High School in Cherry Valley, Arkansas. New Tech Network’s mission to reimagine schools using four basic pillars that apply in their two models, one for elementar ...…
 
Elementary my dear Watson, Elementary School! Yes, that's right it's the classic Young Sherlock Holmes on this week's Chatflix. Directed by Barry Levinson, written by Chris Columbus and produced by Stephen Spielberg, this film has so much pedigree it should be entered in Crufts! Join our cinematic sleuths as we uncover all the mysteries of a yo ...…
 
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