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CPM Educational Program is a non-profit publisher of math textbooks for grades 6-12. As part of its mission, CPM provides a multitude of professional learning opportunities for math educators. The More Math for More People podcast is part of that outreach and mission. Published twice monthly, the podcast strives to share best practices, relevant research, helpful hints and tips and anything else that randomly comes to our minds. We hope that you find the podcast informative and engaging. Hos ...
 
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A fun and educational show about women in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math with hosts Emily (she/they) and Zach (he/they). Part of the Pocket Podcast Network! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steampunks/support
 
Math Therapy is the inspirational podcast that works through your math trauma, one problem at a time! Each week, Vanessa Vakharia (aka The Math Guru) chats with a different guest about their relationship with math and explores the educational highs and lows that can make or break our self-confidence. Whether you think you’re a “math person” or not, you’re about to find out that math people don’t ACTUALLY exist - but the scars that math class left on many of us DEFINITELY do! And don’t worry ...
 
Savvy, practical insights on where our Education Establishment went wrong and how most schools can be improved. LET'S FIX EDUCATION explains the many dysfunctional theories and methods operating within our schools. This podcast is intended for parents, teachers, and community leaders who want education reform. Each week, LET'S FIX EDUCATION examines another problem in our public schools, such as: Constructivism. Learning styles. Sight-words. No memorization. Cooperative learning. Prior knowl ...
 
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History is full of interesting stories of people, animals, inventions, and events. Science is full of random, philosophical, and weird questions. We do the research and tell you the stories and answers in quick summaries. No rambling, always on topic, and you'll learn something new (probably). You won't be an expert but we're a good starting point for just the facts. Why not take 5-15 minutes to learn something new?
 
This podcast is produced by front line education workers to provide a forum for the voice of all those concerned with affirming the human right to education. The show will delve into all aspects of education and the working lives of those who provide it and those who rely upon it for their future.
 
Promoting education in engineering and design for all ages. Learn more and read transcripts at www.k12engineering.net. Produced by Pius Wong, engineer, of Pios Labs (www.pioslabs.com). This podcast is for educators, engineers, entrepreneurs, and parents interested in bringing engineering to younger ages. Listen to real conversations among various professionals in the engineering education space, as we try to find better ways to educate and inspire kids in engineering thinking. For episode tr ...
 
This podcast, sponsored and operated by the Center for Professional Education of Teachers (or CPET) at Teachers College, aims to tackle the educational issues of the day with educational experts, inside and outside of the classroom. These weekly podcasts will provide new possibilities for your classroom, discuss mainstream educational issues, and contextualize pedagogy and policy in the broader American context.
 
BAM Radio has compiled the most popular segments hosted by the Executive Directors of the nation's 14 leading education associations including; The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development( ASCD), The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), the American Association of School Administrators (AASA), the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the National Parent Teachers Association ( PTA), the National Head Start Association (NHSA), Th ...
 
How can online homeschooling, online classes, or afterschooling fit into your lifestyle? What are the best online classes or online curriculum for your family's homeschool or school supplement? Is it possible for online school to be engaging and 'not boring'? If you've ever found yourself asking these questions about online homeschooling, you are in the right place! The Online School Mom podcast was designed to explore all things related to online homeschooling and afterschooling. We can hel ...
 
Join Isaiah Sterling, a passionate lifelong learner as he takes educators on a journey into what the heart of education should encompass. Sterling believes that student voice is crucial to the implementation of all educational practices. He asserts that students possess the knowledge to solve more than just math problems. Student voice is one of the final keys needed to unlock the mysteries of true school success. This podcast is inspired by the work of Rebecca Coda and Rick Jetter, Let Them ...
 
www.knowthename.com SHARON LYNN WYETH graduated from the University of Redlands with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics at the age of twenty. She began teaching that same year in a public Junior High School in California. During her three years there, she obtained her Master of Arts degree from Azusa-Pacific University in education administration with an emphasis in math. After her initial teaching assignment, Sharón moved to Germany where she taught for the Department of Defense Sc ...
 
"Education News Parents Can Use" is a monthly TV show of the U.S. Department of Education. The program focuses on schools, learning and the implementation of federal education regulations and law, including the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. Its purpose is to offer parents information about getting involved in children's learning. Cable in the Classroom is pleased to provide these broadcasts in podcast (audio-only format), suitable for listening to on your computer or portable MP3 player.
 
This monthly podcast focuses on P-20 education pathways with a focus on research and leadership that promotes educational equity, justice, and excellence for all students. This podcast is a product of the Office of Community College Research and Leadership or OCCRL at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Learn more about OCCRL at occrl.illinois.edu.
 
Popular Podagogy is a podcast from the Queen’s University Faculty of Education that will cover big teaching ideas in a way that will allow all teachers (and maybe even some parents) an opportunity to relate on a variety of emotional levels. Our guests will include top researchers and instructors from our faculty and beyond, as well as practicing teachers to combine big educational ideas with the everyday life of being a teacher. We hope that as you listen to this podcast, you will have an op ...
 
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Episode62-Sunil Singh, "Broadening The Lens of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion In Our Math Content and Pedagogy Through History/Storytelling"โดย NCSM Leadership in Mathematics Education
 
Episode 13: How We Can Save K-12 The people running the schools are the people ruining the schools. They think of themselves as saviors from a higher plane. But look at the damage they do. They're more accurately called parasites. The public needs to understand what's going on in the schools. Specifically, Americans need to understand how all the b…
 
This interview was recorded on August 18, 2021 just after the resignation of Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister and prior to the decision of the Manitoba government to not proceed with Bill 64. Manitoba educator Chantal Shivanna Ramraj discusses pandemic education in Manitoba, the overall direction of Bill 64 and its relationship to attempts to estab…
 
Episode 11 of More Math for More People is here! Joel and Misty talk with Wendy Phillips about how she gets her study teams established first thing! They also discuss the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival and challenge listeners to come up with some interesting STTS combinations. Lastly, have you heard of Core Matters? They can help you get started in your …
 
"My child doesn't like to write. What can I do?" We hear this question frequently at The Community Classroom, so we decided to ask one of the best teachers we know: Christine Paglia Baker. Christine is local to the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts, a tutor at The Community Classroom, and an educator of many years. This thoughtful and brillia…
 
A senior attorney at the Institute for Justice, Michael Bindas, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the Carson v. Makin, which challenges Maine's exclusion of religions options from the state's tuition assistance program for residents outside of public school districts who send their children to private schools.…
 
Eavesdrop on a delightfully down-to-earth, insightful, and inspiring discussion with the head of ISTE about the exciting opportunities we have sitting in our laps and what we can do to make the most of the moment. Follow on Twitter: @ISTE @mrhooker @RCulatta @cmurcray @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork Get the Book: Digital for Good Richard E. Culatta…
 
Louise Pennington In this episode of Oxford Ed Chat, we welcome Louise Pennington and Adam Gaskell to chat about supporting secondary transition in maths. Louise and Adam discuss removing barriers to maths learning, the benefits of using manipulatives and the meaning of mastery. Louise Pennington is Professional Development lead for Oxford Universi…
 
In this episode we interview Tara Martinez and Diandra Powderhorn in Winnipeg, Manitoba about a memorial project they initiated on the grounds of the Manitoba Legislative Assembly to honour the children being uncovered in unmarked and mass graves at residential “schools” across Canada. We discuss their project and the importance of bringing forward…
 
Listen in as we speak with the co-owner of Open Tent Academy, an independent online homeschool provider. Open Tent Academy offers ala carte classes in almost every subject with engaging expert teachers. We discuss- Who may be a good fit for Open Tent Academy classes (online science, online writing classes, online history, online art....you get the …
 
Does it hurt children to measure pandemic learning loss? Are we going to stigmatize an entire generation of kids? And WHAT do we do as parents about standardized tests and this upcoming school year? In this episode of To The Core, we get to the core of these questions with Dr. Jemelleh Nurse Coes, the 2014 Georgia Teacher of the Year and the Direct…
 
Episode 12: what does student centered even mean? Anything? Sept. 15, 2015 When our top educators start suggesting that children can do their job better than they can, we need to let these people retire. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The three recommended guides and an excellent work by each: Why …
 
A professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Dr. Marty Makary, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the arguments against mandating mask use by children in schools.Dr. Makary is co-author of a recent op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, "The Case Against Masks for Children."https://www.wsj.com/articles/masks-children-parenting-schools-mandates-co…
 
Chicago educator and entrepreneur Scott Steward breaks down his teaching philosophy, rooted in getting to know his students. Steward founded Genius Lab in Chicago, where he teaches young people technology, business, and how to become an adult. He honed his curriculum from teaching in Chicago Public Schools classrooms for fifteen years in largely bl…
 
Kat Howard In this episode of series 2 of Word Up, Helen Prince chats to Kat Howard about curriculum implementation and how an exciting curriculum fires up and motivates learners. She also discusses fidelity to the subject, how to capitalise on colleagues’ interests and passions to enrich knowledge and extend the curriculum, and the importance of a…
 
Have you ever wondered if robots scream at night? No? We did and we at Facts-Chology love to dissect weird questions that make you think. Today's question leads us down a rabbit hole on screaming, sleep, robots and pain, and what that strange sound is that some devices make. Learn a few things about a lot and whether robots scream at night on today…
 
Are you looking for an online chemistry course or chemistry tutor for your homeschooler or traditionally schooled student? Listen in as Cristina from Ace High School Chemistry (www.acechemistrytutoring.com) as she discusses how she uses a targeted plan to help chemistry students thrive and succeed. Ace Chemistry Tutoring offers full, live homeschoo…
 
STEAMpunks is back and this time we're cooler, chiller, more broken bones, less self-imposed strict rules - and better than ever! . . . Join us as we learn about modern-day STEAMpunk Lynn Conway - computer scientist, electrical engineer, and trans activist. . . . Check out more awesome podcasts like ours on the Pocket Podcast Network! . . . Follow …
 
Episode 11: We Can Have Better Schools At Less Cost (Sept. 8) More than most people imagine, the entire education sector is set up as a profit-making enterprise. Sure, most of these people are socialists and communists wanting to transform this country. But why should they pay for their political agenda? The cute trick is to make you pay for their …
 
An Assistant Professor at George Mason University, David Houston, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the 2021 Education Next Poll, on which both Houston and Peterson are co-authors.โดย Paul E. Peterson
 
It’s Episode 10 of More Math for More People! Joel and Misty have a conversation with Angela Kraft about how she uses number talks in her classroom and their benefits. They also share some of the ways that they set up study teams at the beginning of the school year. They are also joined by JJ Mills and Nicky M to model an Ambassador Study Team and …
 
Does the idea of ‘globalisation’ still have any relevance for understanding education in the 2020s? Fazal Rizvi (University of Melbourne) talks about what education policy now looks like in light of the rise of Asia, alongside increased worldwide shifts toward nationalism, popularism, and anti-globalisation. We also discuss the digitization of soci…
 
This episode is the plenary discussion session from Education is a Right’s virtual conference: Affirming the Right to Education in the 21st Century. Speakers included professors of education, teachers, education workers and students who discussed their preoccupations as school is about to begin or had begun in the case of Quebec. The panel was reco…
 
Episode 10, Sept. 1: Max Efficiency: How To Study A New Subject Some suggestions on how to make education more efficient. School is starting. There are many clever young people, probably on a trajectory toward college, who will find value in these ideas. Weird but true, I don't think the Education Establishment thinks in terms of efficiency. If we …
 
In this episode we are publishing excerpts from the opening presentation from the Safe September segment of the plenary from Education is a Right’s virtual conference held August 29, 2021. The remarks are a summary of guidelines produced by Health Canada for public officials involved in K-Postsecondary education planning and were last updated Augus…
 
Join us for an in-depth look at the homeschooling math curriculum offered by Colosky's Math Academy. This episode features Corey Colosky, founder of this well-organized, affordable, comprehensive online math program for grade 5 math and up. Colosky's Math Academy includes pre-recorded OR live, online lessons for 5th grade, 6th grade, Pre-Algebra, A…
 
An education researcher and former senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, Tom Loveless, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss a new book by Loveless, "Between the State and the Schoolhouse: Understanding the Failure of the Common Core."https://www.hepg.org/hep-home/books/between-the-state-and-the-schoolhouse…
 
Why is it that a picture of yourself can look so different than what you see in the mirror? What happens in your phone or camera that forces a sort of uncanny valley effect on yourself? At least you can rely on the mirror to always show you an accurate representation of what you look like... or can you? What tricks is your brain playing on you to m…
 
Episode 9 summary: why dyslexia is for the most part a fraudulent spin on a common school problem. Children don't have dyslexia so much as the schools give them dyslexia-like symptoms. Public schools routinely claim that 15-20% of children have dyslexia. Done deal. Nothing you can do about it. Phonics experts say real dyslexia is virtually nonexist…
 
In this episode of More Math for More People, Joel and Misty talk with Karen Wootton, CPM President and Director of Curriculum and Assessment about "just in time" versus "just in case" instruction and how to think about "instructional loss" (or not...). We also discuss TWO Study Team and Teaching Strategies - Teammates Consult and Huddle (bit.ly/CP…
 
The Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University, Eric Hanushek, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss two new reports by Hanushek, which focus on incentives for schools to improve learning after the Covid-19 pandemic.The reports, "Budgeting During And For Recovery" and "Does The World Change For Teachers?," are av…
 
We don’t like the term “learning loss,” and we see learning recovery as a pig with lipstick. But we know learning recovery mandates are coming our way. In this premiere episode of We Just Want to Teach, we begin our search for practical strategies for teaching a classroom full of students with widely different subject knowledge and unique emotional…
 
Learning through entrepreneurship opens doors you cannot even imagine. Lisa from E Cubed, Elementary Entrepreneur Education is providing education for budding entrepreneurs- this is a true gift for children everywhere. It's possible to equip your child with a growth mindset and an entrepreneurial spirit- listen along as Lisa inspires me with her vi…
 
ISTE REWIND: In this special edition of Learning Unleashed, we air a panel discussion about the need for safe spaces and places in schools, why the pandemic has made these spaces even more important, and how to create them. Follow on Twitter: @Mx_Collins @ISTE @mrhooker @Packwoman208 @juliaerin80 @JorgeDoesPBL @sarahdateechur @cmurcray @jonHarper70…
 
August 18 -- Episode 8: How To Teach In The Third World (15.11 min) Poor schools can do great work, conversely a rich country like America can have many dreadful schools. The “third world” is more a state of mind. If the leaders are smart and sincere, kids will be well educated, no matter where. Podcast Overview LET'S FIX EDUCATION: OVERVIEW Recurr…
 
Plenty of philosophers have long thought the idea of what reality is. How can we be so sure what we experience everyday is the true version of reality? What about dreams? Dreams have been studied for thousands of years and we still are not too sure what their purpose is. On today's episode of Facts-Chology we explore the "dream argument" and look a…
 
Need an online tutor for your K-12 child (or even college student) in just about anything? Join us as Amy Carpenter, owner of www.carpentertutoring.com, highlights the services she provides. Amy connects with each child on their level and can help your learner in science, math, history, study skills, Latin, music (this is the short list, listen to …
 
In this episode of Oxford Ed Chat, we welcome Caroline Derby, Tara Dodson and Katie Press to chat about Essential Letters and Sounds, a new DfE validated phonics programme developed by Knowledge Schools Trust English Hub and published by Oxford University Press. Caroline Derby is Head of Phonics and Early Literacy publishing at Oxford University Pr…
 
The president of the National Council on Teacher Quality, Kate Walsh, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss a new study by the NCTQ, which looks at how licensure tests can help improve teacher quality, and whether teachers should be required to take such tests at all.The report, "Driven by Data: Using licensure tests to build a strong, diverse teacher …
 
Sometimes the smallest organisms can make the biggest changes, in this case, can mushrooms make it rain? What about rain? How does rain even... happen? Just how instrumental are mushrooms to rain all over the world? Find out on today's episode of Facts-Chology! Head over to FactsChology.Com to find out more or email us at Factschology@gmail.com to …
 
Episode61-Ishmael Robinson and Peggy Nayar, "IF YOU CAN’T FIND “Culturally relevant” CURRICULUM, BUILD ONE"โดย NCSM Leadership in Mathematics Education
 
Episode 7: The Proof Is In The Plodding (23:11 min) When students are happy and excited, they're probably learning a lot. However, our public schools are characterized by a lot of plodding, by students and administrators both. Plodding is the giveaway that you're doing it wrong. PODCAST OVERVIEW AT END For more info about "Saving K-12", see Lit4u.c…
 
In Episode 8 of the More Math for More People podcast, we pick up where we left off last time with our conversation with Tom Stricklin and Marcus Blakeney about supporting minority students in the classroom. We also get a little carried away in our discussion of dogs for National Spoil Your Dog Day (Bella and Wendell are NOT spoiled!) and Tom and M…
 
In 1984 McDonalds would run a marketing promotion they expected to increase traffic, give out free food, and promote the Olympics. But a series of world events stemming from 1979 ended up costing McDonalds millions. Listen to the whole story on today's episode of Facts-Chology! Head over to FactsChology.Com to find out more or email us at Factschol…
 
A Senior Knowledge Expert at McKinsey & Company, Emma Dorn, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Dorn's new report, which investigates the effects of learning loss from Covid-19 school shutdowns.Dorn's report, "COVID-19 and education: The lingering effects of unfinished learning," co-written with Bryan Hancock and Jimmy Sarakatsannis, is available now…
 
Val Mendes (UNESCO) brings a global perspective to the topic of AI and education – particularly in light of UNESCO’s focus on educational policy and practice around the world. We talk about the importance of seeing AI in ‘narrow’ terms, the idea of ‘augmented’ intelligence, what UNESCO is doing to support AI and education, and the big questions of …
 
One of the oldest thought experiments to exist is the Ship of Theseus, it questions whether an item stays the same even if every part is changed... sounds boring to some, but what if we weren't talking about a ship? What if we were talking about you? At what point are you no longer you? Question everything on today's episode of Facts-Chology! Head …
 
The Robotics Education and Competition (REC) Foundation has been running robotics programs for youth for years, including the widespread global competitions sponsored by VEX Robotics. Dan Mantz is the CEO of the REC Foundation, leading this nonprofit through the pandemic, after previously working in industrial engineering and robotics for over twen…
 
Episode 6: Why Teach History? (24.09 min) History is fun. It's also fundamental. You have to know how the world got where it is. Sadly, most of our students have no sense of time, no sense of what came before what. Students can rarely name a date within 50 years, or point to a geographical location within 500 miles. Because nobody ever required eve…
 
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