Best student voice podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Serving as a voice and advocate for international students in the U.S. and American study abroad students.
 
Exploring Meaningful Student Involvement in Education
 
Supporting Atheist Students is the 2015 project of the College Student Populations graduate course at Florida State University. Report, bibliography & resources are at www.CollegeAtheists.com
 
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Energy Voices
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Student Energy is a global not-for-profit that is creating the next generation of energy leaders committed to transitioning the world to a sustainable future. Student Energy and their volunteers have teamed up to produce a radio show/podcast with the goal of presenting discussions and ideas that provoke a meaningful dialogue around sustainability and our future.
 
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Sounds of Berklee
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SOUNDS OF BERKLEE:Listen to the stars of tomorrow… today, as well as Berklee faculty members, alumni, and a few legendary artists, coming to the college as visiting artists.The Sounds of Berklee podcast is produced and voiced by Rob Hochschild, associate director for editorial services (Communications). Alumni podcasts for Sounds of Berklee are produced and voiced by Curtis Killian, web content producer (Institutional Advancement).INSIDE SOUNDS OF BERKLEE:Get an insider's glimpse of what goe ...
 
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WAMCast
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Hello from the Harkness Career & Technical Center
 
The show for students, advocates, teachers, parents and all who support a greater voice for students in education.
 
HECAOD podcasts feature voices from the field including prevention and recovery professionals, students, researchers, policy makers and parents. Our goal is to provide lively discussions on current topics that motivate innovation, inspire action and advance the field of AOD misuse prevention and collegiate recovery.
 
A podcast of audio created by Youth Voices Students
 
The student voice of the College of Charleston
 
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The Battalion
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The official Soundcloud of The Battalion: The independent student voice of Texas A&M reporting on all news concerning Aggies since 1893.
 
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On Blast
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On Blast is an organizing tool for the Philadelphia Student Union. We know that students have deep analysis about their schools and communities. We know that young people's voices need to be heard before real structural change can take place in our public schools. At On Blast, we choose subject matter that amplifies the voices of those not being heard-- especially young people-- and those who are routinely hurt and misrepresented by the dominant media. We are using media to organize for the ...
 
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Voices of ESL
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"Voices of ESL" is a podcast series hosted by Lee Chen, an associate professor at Palomar College in San Marcos, California. Each episode will center around a theme and feature a few Palomar ESL students sharing their experiences and insights in their own voices. If you are an ESL student, come witness the success of your peers as they showcase their ability to communicate in beautiful English. If you are an ESL teacher, you may get inspired to similarly empower your students. If you are jus ...
 
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Cap Chat
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The independent student voice of the ins and outs of Broughton Athletics
 
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One Voice Podcast
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One Voice Student Missions
 
Wembley Primary School's community podcast - showcasing student experiences and promoting student voice.
 
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Global Scholars
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Welcome to the Global Scholars podcast! These are student voices—these are the leaders of the next generation.
 
The official podcast of Northwestern's Office for New Student & Family Programs. Student voices and experiences shared bi-quarterly.
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
The Voices in Leadership series at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health enhances the decision-making knowledge of students and generates ideas that can provide solutions and strategies to global and domestic health problems.
 
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Young Law Scholar
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The official podcast of Young Law Scholar, aims to promote the #StudentVoice. Stay tuned for interviews, special guests and student news!
 
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MVHumanities 9
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A podcast sharing the voices of our Grade 9 students
 
Generously supported by the Ethnic Communities Development Fund.From a chance meeting with Dr. Kalyani Wijayawardana at the Christchurch Migrants Centre, a radio show for the Sri Lankan community was born!Covering Sri Lankan culture, history, literature and music, Samadhi – Voice of Sri Lanka provides a programme for the Sri Lankan community here in Canterbury. Produced and hosted by the students of the Sri Lankan Language and Cultural school, Samadhi – Voice of Sri Lanka gives the students ...
 
Listen to the voices that help shape Edinburgh Napier as we explore what is going on in and around the university community from students, staff and alumni.
 
Ma Jaya teaches the wisdom of all spiritual paths. Her unique voice is available through these live recordings, selected by her students. For more information, please visit www.kashi.org
 
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Trojans Talk OT
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Trojans Talk OT is a podcast series designed to inform and entertain occupational therapy practitioners, students, educators, and our friends. Broadcasting from the University of Southern California’s Mrs T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, hosts Alyssa Concha and Rob Russow look to track down leaders, innovators and advocates in the field, bringing their voices to a wider audience. Through conversations about important research, events, and perspectives on p ...
 
The ancient campuses shared by NUI Maynooth and St Patrick's College have accumulated a wonderful array of mysterious tales during the hundreds of years of occupation. These stories are kept alive by generation after generation of staff and students of the Colleges, passed on in hushed voices on dark winters nights, shared over pints after a long day or used as tools to scare younger students.These stories have been collected through a series of interviews, lengthy research and a spirit of i ...
 
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Pick & Pop
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Just a couple of loudmouth college students who liked the sound of their voices so much that they started a radio show on basketball and pop culture.
 
Welcome to Prolific: A Podcast Journey through Rhetoric, Composition, and Technical Communication. This podcast is meant for graduate students in these fields who feel a little overwhelmed by all of the names of people—not to mention their works—that we're supposed to know. In other words, this podcast is for students looking to learn more about the world they're entering. This is my first podcast, so the quality will increase as I familiarize myself with my voice, the material, and the soft ...
 
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Voice of Literacy
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Co-Hosts for Voice of Literacy: Drs. Betsy Baker, Candace Kuby & Sarah Vander Zanden The co-hosts share a passion for literacy research. Disseminating current literacy research to teachers, parents, administrators, and policy makers as well as researchers will open up dialogue and generate understanding from many perspectives. Dr. Candace Kuby is an Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education at the University of Missouri. Her scholarship focuses on: 1) critical, inventive, hybrid, ...
 
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Midd Made
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Some of the most important voices at Middlebury are student voices. This podcast series was developed and produced by students in order to offer stories and perspectives unique to how Middlebury students encounter their world.
 
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Sean Poet Speaks
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This is a micro podcast full of poetry. These are words for you. Sean is a poet, and teacher expert at using poetry to amplify student voice. IG: seanpoet
 
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Thinking about relocating to China and work as an English teacher?Already there, but are meeting some difficulties in your job or life as an expat?Having trouble managing your students or the materials?Being the very first podcast on this topic, I am very proud to present mine and would like to take the opportunity to explore these questions an ...…
 
In this episode, Sarah Wittmeyer and co-host Rob Miller discuss all things technology in the classroom. The hosts square off in an “App-Off” highlighting tech tools teachers should consider utilizing in their classroom. We share innovative apps to use with students and some apps to increase communication in and outside of the classroom. Do Ink: ...…
 
The #1 platform for the patriarchy is back for THEIR. BEST. EPISODE. YET (NO JOKE!) This week:-Sam describes his recent one night stand and how his super fruity voice ruined any shot at a second date.-The boys go deep into the recent conflict in Israel and Sam shoots and kills 5 Palestinians (Live!) trying to protest the podcast.-Two drunk stud ...…
 
REVELATION Behold, the days come. Will You Be Ready? Is the unseen now visible, is the unrealized now taking place? In 1947 the nation of Israel was born. On December 6th did President Trump fulfill scripture with his words shook the world. For the first time in over 2000 years, Jerusalem was recognized as the capital of Israel. To my knowledge ...…
 
Regular readers of Next For Me will recognize Chip Conley from our early stories and inspiration. Chip is the author of ‘Wisdom@Work: The Making of a Modern Elder‘ which will be published on September 18, 2018. After selling his hotel company, the young founders of Airbnb asked Chip to join their company as a mentor and to guide them on running ...…
 
My guest is my long-time friend, Susan Baroncini-Moe. She is the author of the bestselling book, Business in Blue Jeans: How to Have a Successful Business on Your Own Terms in Your Own Style. Listen To The Podcast: Susan has worked with clients on four continents in a wide range of industries. She’s a sought-after strategist and has been featur ...…
 
In this episode we are speaking with Rebecca Wolfe about her work on educator and leadership competencies for learner-centered, personalized education. Rebecca is an Associate Vice President at Jobs for the Future where she oversees the Students at the Center initiative. Students at the Center serves as a national, credible, and influential voi ...…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of the Hidden Voices podcast! We are a podcast made by high school EL students dedicated to telling good stories about real people. We will be releasing a new story every day for the next two weeks, so make sure to subscribe!
 
This week, I am featuring Amina Altai about mindful eating and more on the challenges of eating well and healthy living. Amina’s Bio: Wellness expert and business advisor, Amina Altai knows what it means to be a millennial on the move! She began her marketing career at Cartier and Vera Wang, then co-founded her own marketing agency and worked w ...…
 
To tailor your own unique creative lifestyle as an artist is a task that requires patience, courage, and passion. It will possibly require you to reject a path that everyone is taking and to be bold enough to make choices that from the outside looking in seem to make little sense or just like bad decisions for your career. Performer/Mentor/Prod ...…
 
In this week’s episode of The Working With… Podcast I answer a question about work and personal tasks. Links: Email Me | Twitter | Facebook | Website The Beginners Guide To Building Your Own Productivity System The Working With… Podcast Previous episodes page Hello and welcome to episode 26 of my Working With Podcast. A podcast created to answe ...…
 
On the surface, it's a noble position: to passionately champion 'life'. Moving beyond the abortion debate, I hope that it isn't too controversial of an observation that a good deal of life happens after we are born. So I would have to conclude that being 'pro-life' describes someone that cares about the rest of the story that follows once the i ...…
 
Disclosure: The views of this speaker does not represent the views and opinions of ALSTNTEC, its partners, affiliates, or associates. This podcast contains explicit views and opinions related about racism in the view of the speaker and her thoughts and expressions are strictly her own.Guest Speaker JaKayla Carrigan speaks out about her childhoo ...…
 
In this week’s Enlighten Me, we head to Mount Pleasant High School in the Brandywine School District, home to WMPH and our Generation Voice Youth project. Students there produce a bevy of interviews and projects on a variety of topics, and we like to highlight some of that work throughout the year here on The Green. We’re especially excited to ...…
 
Boy Scouts change names (sort of), Mormons cut ties...and Cub Scouts go for a bike ride. ----more---- Subscribe: iTunes | Google Play | Android | TuneIn Radio | Stitcher News Stories Mormons to cut nearly century-old tie with Boy Scouts, a week after decision to drop 'boy' from name Boy Scouts are dropping the word 'Boy' from flagship program; ...…
 
Do you believe that students aren’t being prepared well enough for life beyond high school, that there’s a gap in the recruitment and hiring pipeline that can be filled by a younger generation, hungry to begin their careers? You and Tim Hanner have something in common. Today he talks about how his organization, NaviGo College & Career Prep, wor ...…
 
On this quest we'll talk to students from South Davis Elementary in Orchard Park CSD about their experience leading and learning in a student edcamp. Is this just a trend or might they be here to stay? The Quest for Edlightenment team will discuss how making time for student voice and choice made for a memorable experience for all involved.…
 
Augustana Track & Field Student-Athletes Josh Barrows and Nathan Schroeder join the Viking Voices Podcast sponsored by Hy-Vee. In the podcast, the two share their strategy for how they’ve been able to achieve and maintain such success as Vikings, how Barrows, a Montana native, stumbled upon
 
Of all of the insecurities that Regina has admitted to in these podcasts, one thing she is absolutely sure of is that she is an excellent teacher. And what that really means is that she knows her self-worth. And because she is confident in her self-worth, she has been able to capitalize on it to the fullest. The Story – 0:24 So if you have been ...…
 
12th grade Literature teacher, Adrienne Nicodemus, shares about her use of Flipgrid in the classroom. Hear how this simple, yet amazing tool gives her a view of her students she might not see otherwise. Adrienne values student voice and Flipgrid helps her amplify it. See resources at bit.ly/lessonup.…
 
In this episode, Dee Bunked talks about the hierarchy in medical training from Medical Student to Resident to Fellow to Attending by sharing some personal stories about how he learned the hard way about this "Medical Totem Pole." Enjoy! ** This episode was edited & mixed by Reesh with original production from our homie JMKM from Productive Cult ...…
 
Today I’m talking with Leslie Samuel from the blog, Become a Blogger. Leslie and I break it down step-by-step how to start a successful online business. If you follow the advice Leslie shares, you'll be able to cultivate an audience, understand their needs, create trust, and sell products to them that make their lives easier. It's not rocket sc ...…
 
Making Learning PersonalA Conversation with Kathleen McClaskeyAll of our students have stories to tell. Learning more about our learners’ stories is the focus of our discussion with personalized learning expert Kathleen McClaskey. What are their challenges? Their interests? Their dreams? Kathleen shares the benefits of personalized learning and ...…
 
Highlights from this episode That's not improv! - (00:10) Two segments of The Local Flavor? The truth comes out! - (1:51) Christine Alexander's ego boost in 3...2...1 - (2:51) Time to upgrade dinner! - (20:26) "What if some woman wants me to do it to her and I don't know what it is?" - (25:49) Shelley pictures the staff at Easter Seals in gang ...…
 
The book is here! Listen as Sterling and Dr. Small sit down to chat about the hot off the press release, Let Them Speak! Sterling and Dr. Small welcome all listeners, new and old! You can order Let Them Speak at https://www.amazon.com/Let-Them-Speak-Student-Transform/dp/1946444677. Sterling and Dr. Small will see you next week as they bring on ...…
 
Join Jessica Alstrom at:https://www.facebook.com/groups/QuantumLifeCommunity/ Advanced teachings:Quantum Life TICAhttp://transcendenceinternationalconsciousnessacademy.valueaddon.com/users/subscribe/58516afc-91e8-494d-b63e-4b43c0a8a241________________________________________________________Join Jessica Alstrom as she introduces you to this week ...…
 
Chris Howes joins us to talk about the unique approach to music at his Creative Strings Workshop. He shares one of his favorite practice games for students and we discuss the possibilities of discovering our individual voices on our instruments.
 
Modreamers is a Missouri based group for the DACA-mented, undocumented, and their allies, led by and grounded in youth voices. Three leaders of the group sat down with Maureen Hanlon on February 28th to talk about student and youth activism, and how they’ve managed to get their voices heard.
 
In this episode, we talking about rethinking student government within the confines of traditional structures. Blended and Personalized Learning Conference 01:55 What is the best way to provide students agency, give them leadership opportunities and make sure they can communicate and share their voice with institutional leadership and teachers? ...…
 
In the season finale of EKU Voices we are joined by EKU Professor of Government Dr. Joe Gershtenson. We discuss how EKU students are engaging with politics through various internships outside of the classroom, what makes politics in Kentucky unique, and how Dr. Gershtenson was able to bring his passion for soccer into the classroom through a co ...…
 
Special Episode ft. PasstheScopeEDU Recorded on April 22, 2018 About Brian R. Smith, Sr: Brian Smith is currently a Digital Learning Consultant with the responsibility of providing personalized PD and digital culture changing opportunities for teachers and administrators in regards to meaningful, pedagogically driven technology integration with ...…
 
Is Sid the Science Kid a fitting successor to the Jim Henson products we loved as kids? Can annoying voice talent kill a show for us? How wealthy are Sid’s parents that they can afford the improbable 4:1 student teacher ratio at that preschool? We ask the tough questions about Sid the Science Kid.
 
Eva Cruz Pena is exploring the boundaries of irreverence. In Heathen’s first all-woman episode, we’re following the winding path of her journey from Puerto Rico, where she grew up leading worship and being reminded her voice and questions were a bit “too much” for a good Christian girl, to her tenure as the only woman of color in a sea of beard ...…
 
The Kennedy School Review’s Podcast explores the vast range of talents and experiences that HKS students and faculty bring to our community. We highlight student voices and bring students and faculty together to discuss the work they do.In this episode, Masters in Public Policy student Gulika Reddy tells KSR editor, Deepra Yusuf, about her work ...…
 
Christa Deánā (Duh-nay) is a Christian Singer/Songwriter from Philadelphia who sings with conviction and power. Her songs speak to the journey of a woman after God's own heart. Each song is deeply rooted in a personal, yet extremely vulnerable relationship with God. It's the beauty and emotion in her voice and the candor in her lyrics that help ...…
 
; Credit: Marcos Najera Marcos Najera | The Frame® They both share the name “Ann(e),” but Anne Bogart and Ann Hamilton are two very different artists. Anne Bogart, with the New York-based SITI Company, is a veteran of the theatre whose techniques are studied in acting schools worldwide. Ann Hamilton is a highly decorated visual artist whose lar ...…
 
For this episode, I speak with Caroline Matas about a handful of subjects revolving around New Atheism, the #MeToo movement, and Men’s Rights Activism. Caroline is currently a doctoral student in the Religion in the Americas subfield at Princeton University. She is also the news editor and social media manager at the Harvard Religious Literacy ...…
 
In episode two of No More Beans, the brand new podcast from Save the Student, Jess and Tom are talking all about shopping - and, more specifically, how to save money on it.We start by hearing about some of your worst impulse buys, before Tom and Jess reveal some of their own. It’s fair to say that the phrase ‘from the sublime to the ridiculous’ ...…
 
Tommy Griffith is the Head of Learning and Development at Clickminded, an online education support which provides digital marketing training for startups and agencies. He has been doing digital marketing for 10 years and had been an SEO manager for both Airbnb and Paypal. He discovered the tweaks in SEO when he was able to sell his ebook to 250 ...…
 
Today I'm speaking with Kevin Espiritu from the blog, Epic Gardening. Kevin and I discuss how to hire the right people to grow your business faster, the importance of SEO for bloggers, how to monetize your blog if your mission is to teach 10 million people how to grow their own food, and how you can really make a living as a poker player. Resou ...…
 
https://modernlearnersca.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/episode-27-the-day-after-tomorrow.mp3 In this episode, we interview Sayema Chowdhury who is a Climate for Learning & Working Resource Teacher in the Peel District School Board. She shares how in her work she helps build relationships with all staff so they can be their best selves in their le ...…
 
Today's guest is Mandi Bryson. Topics covered: Setting boundaries, finding your voice, living with depression, why mental illness is just like any other illness, and the importance of hearing other’s mental health stories. From Mandi: "I am an Associate Director for Events and Operations while my real passion is Emergency Preparedness and Crisi ...…
 
As a peace activist, biographer, and lover of silence, author Jim Forest's deep humility and sincere way of being reveal to us much about listening, truly seeing, and deeply caring for our fellow human beings."The day starts in silence... and silence normally — not always, but normally — opens the door to prayer, so prayer and silence are very ...…
 
In episode one of a brand new podcast from Save the Student, editors and recent grads Jess and Tom share their horror stories on the perils of student housing.First up we’ll be looking at the results of our recent Student Accommodation survey - we asked over 2,000 of you to share your worst experiences of university living, and the results are ...…
 
A month-and-a-half after students nationwide walked out of class to advocate for safer schools, some students in Columbia Falls plan to walk out of class Wednesday in support of the Second Amendment. "This walkout is necessary because the students who didn't walk out on March 14 because they support gun rights deserve to have their own walkout ...…
 
Please enjoy this original short story about a professor and his student written, voiced and produced by Ryan Fitzgibbons.
 
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