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Teaching strategies, classroom management, education reform, educational technology -- if it has something to do with teaching, we're talking about it. Jennifer Gonzalez interviews educators, students, administrators and parents about the psychological and social dynamics of school, trade secrets, and other juicy things you'll never learn in a textbook. For more fantastic resources for teachers, visit http://www.cultofpedagogy.com.
 
You do not know what you do not know until you get to make a career choice which you end up regretting. this is an educational podcast that informs, updates, and upskills listeners with unlimited random information & knowledge of career decision-making and also helps you get to switch to a 'hustle' of your choice....but mainly, this podcast is just to learn cool stuff which one might find helpful at some point in life, given that there's no life after death
 
The Powerful Pedagogy is a conversational early childhood podcast that explores the shifts and changes we have experienced in our field since 2020. Host, Lynnette Arthur, unpacks the social-emotional impact the past few years have had in these powerful conversations. You’ll leave these fun and thought provoking interviews discovering new perspectives to bring to your classroom. This podcast is produced by Wunderled, the leading expert in play based education, serving educators globally. Visi ...
 
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Teaching Python

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Teaching Python

Sean Tibor and Kelly Paredes

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A podcast by Kelly Paredes and Sean Tibor about their adventures teaching middle school computer science, problem-solving, handling failure, frustration, and victory through the lens of the Python programming language. Kelly Paredes has taught all over the world and specializes in curriculum design and development. She currently teaches sixth and seventh-grade computer science at Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This is her fourth year using Python. Sean Tibor has worked in mar ...
 
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House of #EdTech

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House of #EdTech

Christopher J. Nesi - Education Podcast Network

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House of #EdTech features conversations with teachers, leaders, and creators so you can more effectively integrate technology, strengthen your pedagogy, and have more confidence in your classroom and school so you can make an impact. Chris Nesi has been helping educators like you transform education by exploring the impact technology is having on education.
 
Education Bookcast is a podcast principally for teachers and parents who would like to know more about education. We cover one education-related book or article each episode, going over the key points, placing it in context, and making connections with other ideas, topics, and authors. Topics include psychology, philosophy, history, and economics of education; pedagogy and teaching methods; neurology and cognitive science; and schools and school systems in historical and international perspe ...
 
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Beyond Good

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Beyond Good

Matt Findlay and Femi Adeniran

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A podcast about teaching. We discuss teaching and learning, pedagogy, lessons and classroom practise, management and leadership, teaching of mathematics, training and trainees, mentors and mentoring, behaviour management, being a head of department and running a faculty, SLT and much much more!
 
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The Score

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The Score

Eric Jimenez & Justin McLean

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An Urban Music Education Podcast hosted by Eric and Justin. They provide tips and strategies through honest discussions about their experience teaching music in an Urban setting. The goal is to provide a positive and solution-based narrative to create more effective, compassionate and culturally relevant music educators.
 
Explore human anatomy and physiology (A&P) teaching and learning with host Kevin Patton. An experienced professor, textbook author, and mentor, Kevin is a recognized leader in A&P teaching. The A&P Professor updates science content and provides practical teaching advice. Want some ideas to supercharge your A&P course? How about some support from a fellow A&P professor? This is the podcast for you!
 
A jaunty walk through the burning ruins of the old world, the one we all live in now, and a guide to avoiding the worst pitfalls along the road to a better world. It Could Happen Here season 1 ended with the possibility of a second civil war. It Could Happen Here Daily with Robert Evans, accepts collapse as a given, and tries to provide a roadmap to survival.
 
The Preschool Podcast, brought to you by HiMama, is a platform for learning from leading professionals in early childhood education. If you work in a daycare, childcare or preschool setting, The Preschool Podcast will provide you with both practical advice for managing your organization, center or classroom, as well as thought provoking content and insights about the field of early childhood education. Each week, we chat with leaders in early childhood education, from teachers and educators ...
 
Introducing The Pedagogue-cast, an education and pedagogy podcast dedicated to unpacking different concepts and research that impact the way students learn and the way we teach them. Each week, former teachers - Maths Pathway Co-Founder, Justin Matthys and host of Education Bookcast, Stanislaw ‘Stás’ Pstrokonski, will unpack topics such as:- Problem-based learning- Why students struggle with worded-problems- How memory is weird, but using it to help students studyEach episode we’re also join ...
 
Join Dee on exploring the journey of different amazing everyday early childhood educators on unpacking their teaching identity. Each episode will dive into their challenges, triumphs, inspirations and motivations of theses teachers’ journey on how they find their confidence, pedagogy and sense of belonging in the world of early education.
 
Parallel Careers is a monthly podcast about the dual lives of writers who teach. Few writers make their living from publication alone; many fill the gaps with teaching in both academic and community settings. Much of the work is precarious, and there are few opportunities for professional development. The podcast features writers with diverse practices and points of view—writers who are at the top of their game in both craft and pedagogy. Tune in to hear the big ideas and practical tips they ...
 
Creative Strings is for musicians and music-lovers, especially violin, viola, and cello players, looking to live creatively, whether in your musical education, projects, music career, in the practice room, classroom, onstage, or on tour. Exploring intersections between creativity, music education, string playing, DIY music business, and culture, Creative Strings is a non-profit organization with a mission to support music education through outreach, summer conference, and online curriculum.
 
Vagina Talks with Sophia Wise One is a podcast where embodied world-changing powerhouses and I turn poison into medicine through the alchemical journey of dismantling the lies we’ve been told about who we are, what we are, what we are supposed to be and do, and what we’ve been doing so that we can remember the truth, share the truth, and eventually become the truth. #CompostingThePatriarchy through all the arts: ceremony, music, body reclamation, visual and sculptural art, liberatory pedagog ...
 
The original PsychSessions podcast is co-hosted by Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College and Eric Landrum from Boise State University. We leverage our connections with psychology teachers from all levels (high school, community college, college, university) as well as individuals from other occupations to have meaningful conversations about what it means to be an educator. Of course, we veer away from the teaching conversation from time to time to hear about origin stories and the personal per ...
 
The #EduDuctTape Podcast, hosted by Jake Miller, focuses on viewing #edtech as a tool used to meet goals, address learning standards, and solve problems in the classroom, much as duct tape is used as a tool that solves a plethora of problems in our lives. In each episode, Jake sits down with a different inspiring guest to share and discuss some awesome ideas for using tech in the classroom!
 
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Pedagogy A-Go-Go

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Pedagogy A-Go-Go

Dr. Gina Turner and Dr. Thomas O'Connor

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Welcome to Pedagogy A-Go-Go, a podcast about college faculty sharing what happens in their classrooms and why. Hosted by Dr. Gina Turner, Associate Professor of Psychology at Northampton Community College, and Dr. Thomas O'Connor, an Assistant Dean at Northampton Community College.
 
The Mindful Cranks broadly explores the cultural translation of Buddhism in the West, various facets of Buddhist modernism, and the mainstreaming of mindfulness in secular contexts. The podcast serves as a forum for voices that go beyond the dominant narratives which have been thus far uncritical of consumerism, medicalization, psychologization, corporatization and self-help approaches. Drawing from a wide range of disciplines — the humanities, philosophy, cultural studies, education, critic ...
 
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SAGE Sociology

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SAGE Sociology

SAGE Publications Ltd.

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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Sociology. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
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Carla Ward is an Early Childhood Educator and the founder of Early Learning Foundations, a business dedicated to education and enhancing the work of Early Childhood Educators. She has held a variety of roles in the education field for more than 17 years. Carla is a certified Wunderled educator and brings a sense of wonder and passion into every asp…
 
Stopping while you read a text out loud might be necessary in order to explain, dissect, or analyze something, but those interruptions can really mess up a listener's experience of the text. Next time, start with a smooth first read, then start over and get into the instruction. ---------- You can find full written versions of these tips at cultofp…
 
Keynote Transcript: https://writing.humanrestorationproject.org/transcript/dr-henry-giroux-critical-pedagogy-in-a-time-of-fascist-tyranny/ Q&A Transcript: https://writing.humanrestorationproject.org/transcript/conference-to-restore-humanity-2022-keynote-q-a-dr-henry-giroux/ In this extensive episode, we'll be releasing the keynote address and Q&A s…
 
Why does gender matter in our troubled global times? In Gender in an Era of Post-truth Populism: Pedagogies, Challenges and Strategies (Bloomsbury, 2022), the editors Penny Jane Burke, Rosalind Gill, Akane Kanai, and Julia Coffey have assembled a collection of interventions that seek to think through the relationship between the populism that seems…
 
Scholars want to decolonize everything, and universities say they are doing the hard work of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. But is anything really being done, or is it all for show? In this episode, we approach these questions through three words that are common inside and outside of academia: decolonize, reconciliation, and colonialism. —…
 
In this three part series, made in collaboration with the Atlanta Community Press, we dive into the lost and incomplete history of the Old Atlanta Prison Farm. https://atlpresscollective.com/2021/08/14/history-of-the-atlanta-city-prison-farm/ https://atlsolidarity.org See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In this week's episode we’re examining personalised instruction. We know there are differences between learners: personalities, preferences, experiences, skills, but do all of these matter the same? Or are only some of them worth paying attention to? For teachers at all stages of their career and lovers of learning, The Pedagogue-cast is a space to…
 
Beloved listeners, we are back at it! This week we are joined by the brilliant performer and author Sonia Jackson. This conversation is like a sweet catching up between friends that follows several paths and we are so delighted to invite you into the circle. What have you been up to? How are you feeling as we exist in this transition from pandemic …
 
Today’s episode originally aired in May of 2021, while violence was erupting all along the Gaza Strip. Israeli airstrikes had left over 200 Palestinians and a dozen Israelis dead. It was (and is) a continuation of a story of violent settler colonialism. And yet media and academic censorship has consistently silenced or punished those who speak out …
 
In this part of the episode, I will discuss the evidence for the effectiveness of Direct Instruction, drawing from Project Follow Through, but also from 50 years of studies that have been published since. Enjoy the episode. *** REFERENCES The Direct Instruction Follow Through Model: Design and Outcomes by Siegfried Engelmann, Wesley Becker, Douglas…
 
Your lesson, should you choose to accept it, is to personalize your professional development to the unique needs of your teaching practice. The special agent assigned to help you with this task is Agent Darcy Bakkegard. In our conversation we discuss: 1️⃣ Teachers taking agency over their own professional development 2️⃣ Using the design process as…
 
Eric and Justin are back to kick off Season 3! What better way to do that than by discussing representation? Listen in to hear why representation is important in every music classroom and band hall. The discussion reveals real-time application of putting action behind these conversations. So don’t wait-check out this week's episode to be encouraged…
 
Why are societies still not offering racial equality? In The Cruel Optimism of Racial Justice (Policy Press, 2022), Nasar Meer, a professor of Race, Identity and Citizenship in the School of Social and Political Sciences and director of RACE.ED at the University of Edinburgh, explores the past, present, and future of the struggle for racial justice…
 
I've spent a lot of time on the podcast so far discussing discovery learning, but not had any episodes explicitly dedicated to what might be considered its antithesis, Direct Instruction. In this episode I finally get round to this worthy topic. First of all, uppercase "Direct Instruction", or DI for short, should be distinguished from lowercase "d…
 
Christopher Wong talks with Tori Tambellini, an illegally fired Starbucks union organizer about Starbucks' anti-union crusade, organizing Starbucks workers, and her personal experience with their crimes and depredations. https://www.gofundme.com/f/wrongfully-terminated-market-square-supervisors?utm_campaign=p_lico+share-sheet&utm_medium=copy_link&u…
 
In this episode: learning about unions and unionizing on college campuses, the benefits of collective bargaining, salary protections, health and safety protections during the pandemic, his union has negotiated reduced teaching loads, the union represents adjunct faculty, administrators, and professional staff, Vinny's history…
 
Host Kevin Patton discusses the importance of the course syllabus in setting the tone for a course and helping to create a positive course culture. He includes a list of practical steps we can take as we review and update our anatomy and physiology course syllabus. 00:00 | Introduction 02:02 | What, If Anything, Is a Course Syllabus? 13:03 | Sponso…
 
In The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021), Itay Lotem explores the remembering of empire in Britain and France. By comparing these two former colonial powers, the author tells two distinct stories about coming to terms with the legacies of colonialism, the role of silence and the breaking the…
 
How can a library change the world? How can an art library change the art school or the gallery? Or even an art practice? In Shelf Documents: Art Library as Practice (Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, 2021), artists, writers, curators, teachers, and librarians reflect on how they can use the beloved library as a source of inspiration or a fiel…
 
In this episode Matt and Femi speak to former pupil Amelia. Although Amelia has just finished her A-levels, they mainly discuss secondary school, and are broadly inclusive of all subjects and not just maths. As you will hear, Amelia is extremely qualified for this role – in addition to being incredibly intelligent, both her parents are in education…
 
The Routledge Handbook of Ecocultural Identity (Routledge, 2020) brings the ecological turn to sociocultural understandings of self. Tema Milstein and José Castro-Sotomayor introduce a broad, insightful assembly of original theory and research on planetary positionalities in flux in the Anthropocene – or what in this Handbook cultural ecologist Dav…
 
Why They Hate Us: How Racist Rhetoric Impacts Education (Teachers College Press, 2021) examines how racist political rhetoric has created damaging and dangerous conditions for Students of Color in schools and higher education institutions throughout the United States. The authors show how the election of the 45th president has resulted in a definin…
 
How much problem-based learning should we be doing with our students? This week we discuss ideas about problem-based and inquiry learning and look into the question: where do these ideas actually come from? We also chat about Sir Ken Robinson, Sugata Mitra and hear from teachers about their experiences using problem-based learning in the classroom.…
 
This week on The Preschool Podcast, we welcomed Sydney Bassard, Speech-Language Pathologist. Sydney has been an SLP for over three years. During university, her brother was diagnosed with dyslexia and ADHD, which inspired her to fall in love with the field. She works primarily with children who are deaf or hard of hearing. We chat with Sydney about…
 
In this 150th PsychSessions episode, Eric interviews Wayne Weiten from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV. Wayne reveals that he retired from teaching in December 2021, although he still plans to be a very active textbook author. He shares his professional background and the very different institutions he served over his career, in…
 
Sean and Kelly speak with Anaconda and their outreach program. Anaconda supports educators and learners with the ability to understand and interpret data. This leads to better decision-making and a world where people are empowered to create positive change. Episode Errata: The hackday event referenced in the episode was related to Pyscript and more…
 
Napcast is a podcast co-hosted by two male educators of color working with our youngest citizens. Together, they challenge, tackle, and discuss topics at the intersection of education, race, culture, and identity. Bio: Nick Terrones (he/him) is Mexican-Native American, a descendant of the Chumash people whose traditional lands span a large part of …
 
Who runs American politics? In Producing Politics: Inside the Exclusive Campaign World Where the Privileged Few Shape Politics for All of Us (Beacon Press, 2022), Daniel Laurison, an associate professor of sociology at Swarthmore College, explores the hidden world of campaign professionals to offer a new sociological perspective on how contemporary…
 
In This Episode, You Will Learn: All things speed in the world of high performance sports. How to increase speed and improve the quality of speed in your athletes. On and off ice speed training development programs and drills. Resources + Links: ALTIS Need for Speed Course https://altis.world/product/altis-need-for-speed/ Check out Maximum Velocity…
 
[By the way, the cover image is of the proportion of children in different countries who have a growth mindset (darker red is more). The data was taken from PISA 2019 and I constructed the image using Python. Grey countries are those for which I didn't have data.] I was initially a huge supporter and admirer of Carol Dweck's work on fixed vs. growt…
 
EdTech Thought (6:36) Take It To The Ramp I spent the last week as the PA Announcer at the Monmouth County Fair (NJ) and I was inspired by something in the BMX bike stunt show that I listened to and watched about 20 times over the course of five days. Featured Content (11:17) Amanda Fox is an award-winning teacher from Kentucky by way of Georgia! A…
 
Creston Herron is the current Director of Fine Arts for the Klein Independent School District and the Conductor of Rice University’s Campanile Orchestra. He is the former Director of Orchestras at Klein High School and the former Director of Strings for the Yes Prep Public Schools. Mr. Herron’s many engagements as a guest conductor include work wit…
 
In this episode: Asani was an undergraduate honors student who worked with Susan, the match between the student and the researcher, should you ask a faculty member about what they study, leveraging the research lab model, running lab meetings remotely, the cobbler/apprenticeship model, how this work informs tenure-track efforting…
 
The HBS hosts try to go viral with Andrew Baron, creator of KnowYourMeme. Memes: if you get them, you get them... and if you don't, you don't. But how is a meme created? How does it spread? And how does it die? In this episode, we dig into the complex dynamics of memes-- on Dawkins' account, the most rudimentary units of social information-- to see…
 
The little-known and under-studied 1807 Insurrection Act was passed to give the president the ability to deploy federal military forces to fend off lawlessness and rebellion, but it soon became much more than the sum of its parts. Its power is integrally linked to the perceived threat of black American equity in what lawyer and critic Hawa Allan de…
 
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