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This is KindSight 101, the podcast where you’ll hear from world renowned educational leaders about the mobilizing power of kindness. Together, by challenging our assumptions and venturing beyond the status quo in education, we can make a BIG impact...one small act at a time.
 
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.
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
The EdTech Chat Podcast is a weekly discussion around the world of educational technology, led by leading, global EdTech consultant Craig Kemp (@mrkempnz). Each week Craig gives insights into EdTech tools for your K-12 school. He gives advice and tips on how to use technology authentically and purposefully and chats to leading educational experts and thought leaders from all over the globe. As a bonus, there will be free giveaways, discount codes and much more so subscribe today!
 
On this podcast, we interview voice and bodywork professionals to provide helpful information for overall health and optimal function of the voice. We interview SLPs, Otolaryngologists, Manual Therapists, Body Oriented Psychotherapists, Health Coaches, Fitness Instructors, Broadway Performers, Opera singers, Singer/Songwriters, Voice Teachers, Composers, Company Managers, Sports Broadcasters, and more. It is our mission to educate the professional voice user and provide knowledgable, creativ ...
 
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 third year using Python. Sean Tibor has worked in mark ...
 
Rhetoricity is a quasi-academic podcast that draws on rhetoric, theory, weird sound effects, and the insights of a lot of other people. It's something that's a little strange and, with luck, a little interesting. The podcast's description will evolve along with it. So far, most episodes feature interviews with rhetoric and writing scholars. The podcast is a project of Eric Detweiler, an assistant professor in the Department of English at Middle Tennessee State University. For more on Rhetori ...
 
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! Join us for Educational Duct Tape, every other week on Wednesday!
 
This is the audio-only version of Soundwriting Pedagogies, edited by Courtney S. Danforth, Kyle D. Stedman, & Michael J. Faris. The availability of digital tools has made it easier than ever to record and edit sound, and teachers of composition have noticed. In the audio-only versions of chapters that follow, you will find theories, examples, and lots of audio to encourage the use and value of soundwriting in composition, writing, rhetoric, and communications classrooms. Crank it up. The ful ...
 
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 ...
 
Poorly designed math curriculum often confuses students and frustrates teachers. The Estimation 180 podcast discusses teaching strategies and math lessons that build number sense and mathematical reasoning. Join your host, Andrew Stadel, on this number sense journey as he shares teacher tips and strategies so every student can make sense of math.
 
“Queering the Classroom” is an ongoing discussion about the trials and successes of queer students, teachers, and staff in American schools. If it’s a matter of representation, a question of legality, or an issue for advocacy, we want to cover it. This podcast is a sort of audio scrapbook of personal stories, interviews and reporting that is accessible for anyone interested in learning about why we can no longer keep what we affectionately term “the gay agenda” out of the classroom.
 
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.
 
The Ask Andrew Podcast features weekly reflections on the purpose and nature of classical education from Andrew Kern, author of Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping American, and President of the CiRCE Institute. Each week Andrew will tackle a key idea, term, or theme in classical education, briefly defining it and explaining its purpose and place within classical pedagogy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Based at the University of California, Irvine, UCHRI offers competitive grant programs and leads externally-funded initiatives that support experimental, collaborative, interdisciplinary research and pedagogy across the University of California system and within the larger communities these campuses inhabit.
 
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Our November 2020 podcast features Dr. Jan Willis, acclaimed teacher of religion and author of the lauded memoir Dreaming Me: An African American Buddhist Journey. We talk to her about how engaged Buddhism shapes her pedagogy, the models of teaching that have influenced her, what transformative responses to racist violence look like, and much more.…
 
Breakout rooms, collaborative projects, games—whatever we do, it's crucial that we do something to get our students talking to each other. In this episode, I'm giving you a huge list of ideas teachers have shared with me for getting students to interact better, both in-person and remotely. This episode is sponsored by Listenwise and National Geogra…
 
In this week's episode, Sharee Langenstein interviews third-year Ph.D. student Rachel Shields about how research in the medieval digital humanities shapes her approaches to teaching first-year writing. They discuss what it means to be a digital native, techniques for introducing students to the history of academic resource organization, and the imp…
 
The role of technology in early learning has always been hotly debated. In our conversation with Ann Gadzikowski, Director of Early Learning at Encyclopaedia Britannica, we discuss the difference between being active users and passive consumers of technology. Ann shares why blocks are an amazing medium to promote STEM learning at a young age.…
 
In this episode, Kelly and Sean talk with Dale Lane an IBM Event Streams Lead Developer. - IBM awarded Dale, the 2018 IBM Volunteer Excellence Award—the highest form of volunteer recognition given by the company—which also earned a USD 10,000 grant from IBM for Solent Youth Action. “Machine learning systems are all around us. We all use, interact w…
 
Robby’s cohost from The Class Nerd podcast, Craig McClellan, returns to talk about recent smart home and Apple purchases, speakers with digital assistants, technology and music we are thankful for. Sponsor Music Ed Tech Talk! Do you have a product or service related to music or technology that you would love to get in front of music educators? Reac…
 
People often talk about how to work better, but it is rare to hear discussion of how to rest better. Take the famous so-called "10,000 hour rule". This is adapted (with some distortion) from the work of K. Anders Ericsson, the late great psychologist of expertise. The nature and volume of practice among top performers in various fields, as describe…
 
In this episode, we have a conversation with Jeanie LoVetri, creator of Somatic Voicework™ The LoVetri Method. She is one of the most recognized singing teachers in the world and has taught world wide as an expert in Contemporary Commercial Music. That term, CCM, was created by Ms. LoVetri in 2000 to replace the term “non-classical” and is now in a…
 
November 27 2020 - Episode 30 The EdTech Chat Podcast with @mrkempnz 1. Introduction 2. Ignite EdTech Team Introduction - David Lee 3. Answering your Questions - Wellbeing Programs 4. EdTech Tool of the Week - Canva 5. EdTech Tip of the Week - Taking time away from EdTech tools 6. Interview with Thomas Murray 7. Win this weeks prize (Thomas' Book) …
 
In this special episode, Ron gets interviewed on the findings of the childcare benchmark report and his learnings from conversations on the podcast in 2020. This episode offers a rundown of what trends we're seeing in the sector and an overview of key highlights from the only report of its kind in the industry. Don't forget to download the report a…
 
In this episode, we have a chat with Roy Meals, author of Bones: Inside and Out. We discuss what our students should know about bones and how that fits into their journey as learners. And we talk about how to make complex topics make sense to our students. Grab a drink and turn up the volume, we're going to tell some bone stories! 00:46 | Dr. Roy A…
 
Having looked into research on first language vocabulary development over two recent episodes, now it's time to get into literacy more generally. What happens in people's minds when they read? And how do they learn to read? This book breaks down the cognitive elements of the process of reading. Starting from written signs, it describes how these ar…
 
A casual conversation with Dr. Soo Han This episode features a very special guest and my dear friend, Dr. Soo Han. Soo agreed to come on the podcast if we could simply have a conversation rather than an interview, so we did! We discuss teaching during the pandemic, the future of music education, and also engage in some personal conversation includi…
 
In this episode, I have a conversation with David Wilson, from The Wilson Method regarding two of his blog posts, The Pelvic Floor And The Larynx: Sisters In Arms Our Other Health Pandemic: The Unconscious Chronic Valsalva Maneuver (UCVM) Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast runnin…
 
Transcripts can be found via our website, humanrestorationproject.org. Our conversation today will center on teaching organization and collective activism. Essentially, we find ourselves at an important crossroads, as the administration shifts to new policies - teachers will be at the whim of new federal (and likely, state) policies that will have …
 
In episode 131, Nikki demonstrates her kid-friendly online teaching strategies and shares the NATS #fightthefatigue campaign. Dr. Heather Nelson gives us a refresher on the TA muscle. Business expert Michelle Markwart Deveaux talks about quarterly business planning for successful studios. Online teaching pedagogy, anatomy, resources, and business b…
 
November 20 2020 - Episode 29 The EdTech Chat Podcast with @mrkempnz 1. Introduction 2. Ignite EdTech Team Introduction - Victoria Thompson 3. Question for you - Thinking outside of your bubble 4. EdTech Tool of the Week - mmhmm 5. EdTech Tip of the Week - Working with EdTech companies 6. Interview with Rachael Lehr and Cameron Fox 7. Win this week…
 
Episode Notes: At 17:22, Paul references Six Word Storytelling as an ice-breaking exercise that works well in ePortfolios. You can learn more about Six Word Storytelling here: http://www.sixwordstories.net/ UAA Alumni Eva Gregg is mentioned at 24:55. You can read Eva's story in her ePortfolio here: https://alaska.digication.com/evas_lifes_journey/M…
 
#EduDuctTape S03-E049 Episode Notes Available at: jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-49 Episode Sponsors: PolyUp.com - Fall Math and STEM Challenge - Visit PolyUp.com and click apply for a grant, or AVID schools sign up via polyup.com/c/AVIDrocks TextHelp - Sign up for a free EquatIO teacher account at text.help/equatio-fft Today’s Guest: Robert Ka…
 
Will Kuhn joins the show to talk about Apple’s new Macs, teaching electronic music, home automation, and his forthcoming book, Electronic Music School. Show Notes: We recorded this episode right after last week's Apple event! People have now used and reviewed these machines! I recommend this one, this one, and this one. Other topics include: Apple …
 
This episode is all about social stress and young children. Allen Croxall, President of Tools For Life, shares how his team has adapted and developed their trauma-informed materials for the early years classroom. Drawing on 9 core concepts, the Tools For Life Early Years Resource, provides parents and educators with a tool that can meet young child…
 
James Tooley is a specialist in private education. One day, on a work trip to India, he was frustrated that his position seemed to only allow him to help the rich, and not those who were most in need. So he decided to take a walk around the local slum. What did he find? Private schools. A *lot* of private schools! All affordable, run for and by tho…
 
In this episode Eric and Justin interview music educator extraordinaire Courtney Powers. We discuss music citizenship's specifics and how to navigate spaces that may be guarded or closed off to the new innovative aspects of our art. Courtney also speaks to being a female band director/educator and what that means and how that impacts her classroom …
 
November 13 2020 - Episode 28 The EdTech Chat Podcast with @mrkempnz 1. Introduction 2. Ignite EdTech Team Introduction - Andrew Mowat 3. Question for you - What does Technology do for you? What do you use all the time? 4. EdTech Tool of the Week - Sketches School 5. EdTech Tip of the Week - Note-Taking 6. Interview with Sylvia Duckworth 7. Win thi…
 
Jessie Meeks, 2nd and 3rd grade teacher talks about how she leverages technology and instructional practices to teach to two different grades in the same classroom. We cover a lot of territory in the podcast: the logistics of teaching lessons to two grade levels, technology tools and how to use them, lesson templates for online (like a "do-what" ch…
 
Speech and language is a big part of early learning development for young children. In this episode, we chat with Maryam Nabavi, Co-Founder of Babbly, an app to understand babies' speech and language development by quantifying the different milestones of babbling and connecting parents and educators with speech coaches if necessary. Learn more abou…
 
Sean and Kelly invite Eric Matthes, teacher and author of Python Crash Course to discuss student projects in computer science. Eric was with us on Episode 33 and we ended the episode with discussions about completing projects and programming with purpose. In this episode we discuss finding a project, separating academic and project success criteria…
 
Cheating has become a concern in remote teaching. Host Kevin Patton discusses some approaches and best practices for preventing cheating, detecting cheating, and prosecuting cheating. 00:52 | The Cheater 04:00 | Academic Integrity 20:26 | Sponsored by AAA 21:54 | Consequences 32:22 | Sponsored by HAPI 33:20 | Remote Cheating 42:50 | Sponsored by HA…
 
This is the second episode in a series on vocabulary and literacy. The first was episode 91 (Vocabulary Development). Closing the Vocabulary Gap is a slightly longer book on vocabulary than Vocabulary Development was, and peeks into the domain of literacy more generally. In this episode, we will focus on the following questions: What is the relatio…
 
In this episode, Eric and Justin catch up with percussion extraordinaire and professor Dr. Lawhorn. Listen as Dr. Lawhorn speaks about his journey and vision, and goal as a music educator and a black percussionist. We dig in on the heart of what it means to thrive and push in places that seem foreign and how the very representation of who we are br…
 
#EduDuctTape Mini 015 Episode Notes Available at: jakemiller.net/eduducttape-miniepisode-015 Today’s Guest: Brandy New @MsBrandyNew - Director of Innovation in Kentucky, Google Certified Trainer, Co-owner of Shattered Glass. Interview Recorded March 12, 2020, on location at the KySTE Conference in Louisville, KY Skype-a-Scientist To get girls excit…
 
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