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For the young parents, the veteran homeschoolers, or anyone navigating the waters of homeschool options, nationally-known speaker and educational consultant, Carole Joy Seid, helps you homeschool simply, inexpensively, and enjoyably with a Bible, math curriculum, and library card. Because great books have the power to build godly family culture and give educational success! If you need a weekly shot of encouragement and support to continue on with confident joy in your homeschooling journey, ...
 
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.
 
Through weekly conversations, three moms who have studied the Charlotte Mason method of education and put her ideas into practice in their homes join together to share with one another for the benefit of listeners by giving explanations of Mason's principles and examples of those principles put into practice out of their own teaching experience. These short discussions aim at providing information, support, and encouragement for others by unfolding the myriad aspects.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
"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.
 
The show is about learning with technology, but it's not the same old EdTech or "STEM" preachery. It's about the realities and exciting potential, but it's also about youth and the practitioners who support them: youth developers, museum educators, K12 teachers, mentors, counselors, parents: as they grow their identity, and journey forward. Enjoying the show? Please take a moment to rate us, and leave a review wherever you've accessed the podcast. You can review show notes for every episode ...
 
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In this episode we continue our discussion of the new math curriculum in Ontario with a focus on the strand called Social and Emotional Learning. The concept has also been introduced into the new Careers curriculum which is also mandatory for all students in Ontario.โดย Education is a Right
 
Being a teacher right now is not easy. Ryan Davenport had to buy a new Ikea chair because teaching online means sitting around a lot, and that makes his neck hurt. During a regular school year, he’s usually on his feet much of the day, moving around. Ryan teaches social studies to seventh-graders in the Franklin Pierce School District in Parkland. …
 
In this episode, Nina Olowabi, a research assistant at OCCRL, talks with Heather Blicher about the many possibilities as well as the challenges of open educational resources for instructors and institutions. Blicher is a coordinator of librarian services for two campuses at Reynolds Community College in Richmond, Virginia.…
 
Ganz lieben dank an Christoph Magnussen für den intensiven Talk über die Zukunft der Arbeit und die Auswirkungen auf unser Lernverhalten! Christoph Magnussen ist Unternehmer seit seiner Schulzeit und hat nach seinem Studium in St. Gallen neben einer Social-Media-Agentur ein Re-Commerce-Startup aufgebaut. Um das Unternehmen schneller zu entwickeln, …
 
Don't miss the HOLIDAY SALE going on now! 20% off my online course, All About Homeschool! Click HERE and use coupon code, HAPPYHOLIDAY, at checkout. ___________________________________ Let me introduce you to the grandmother of the homeschooling movement in America, Dorothy Moore! You may have been influenced by her without even realizing it, espec…
 
For 14-year-old Sebastian Bush, time at home during the pandemic has had a certain smell: the scent of traditional Colombian cornmeal cakes known as arepas frying, and beef, rice and potato-filled, crescent-shaped pastries known as empanadas sizzling in oil. It’s also had a certain sound: the sound of chatting with his grandmother, Elsa Forero, as …
 
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this week's programme I am delighted to interview my colleague, Dr. Jennifer O'Sullivan on the topic of teaching reading. Specifically, we explore the areas of phonemic awareness, phonological awareness and picture books. Jennifer also recommends several useful resources for teaching reading. Among the top…
 
Charlotte Mason's short synopsis of the main points of her educational method is useful to homeschool and classroom teachers. This episode continues through this "synopsis," moving beyond philosophical foundations to determining the curriculum and how implementing it is best accomplished.
 
Don't miss the HOLIDAY SALE going on now! 20% off my online course, All About Homeschool! Click HERE and use coupon code, HAPPYHOLIDAY, at checkout. ___________________________________ I hope your home is full of music! That you are always singing and that music plays a major role in the atmosphere of your home. If that seems like a tall order, thi…
 
This year Remembrance day takes place in the 75th anniversary year of the end of World War II. It will take place in schools in the conditions of a pandemic where assembly or other large gatherings are not permitted. This means educators will play a bigger role in commemorating Remembrance Day with their students than…
 
Dr. Andrew Campbell (DR.ABC) joins us to discuss diversity in the online classroom, intentionality with your actions as a teacher, and how to make a difference in the fight against anti-black racism. Dr. Campbell is also the first speaker at our Knowledge Forum Fall Series on November 12 2020.โดย CFRC.ca Podcast Network
 
Most students in the state are still doing school remotely because of the pandemic. Some parents who are frustrated with distance learning are criticizing a move by the State Board of Education to allow the status quo to continue. This summer, the state board passed emergency rules to allow schools to provide Zoom classes or other remote instructio…
 
Im heutigen Talk spreche ich mit dem Neurowissenschaftler und Autor Henning Beck über das, was wirklich entscheidend ist für eure Zukunft! Mehr zu Henning Beck: https://www.henning-beck.com Mein Podcast als Audio oder Video: https://danieljung.io/podcast Mehr zu mir: https://danieljung.io Dr. Henning Beck, Hirnforscher, Biochemiker, Science Slam Ge…
 
I'm joined again by Brett and Erin Kunkle to finish talking about how to navigate a world of screens. Let's get to some practical tips! In this episode you'll hear: - the power of a media fast - conversations to grow awareness - the importance of giving the why to our children - privacy and accountability - screen-free times, places, and days - wha…
 
You all met Theron Cosgrave and Principal Ally Rocco in episodes 67, and 77. Since October of 2019, I’ve been following this group of educators in California’s central valley as they work to build one of the most innovative middle school models I’ve heard anything about in recent decades. MAD Tech characterizes some of the most important questions …
 
This is part 2 of a roundtable with Educational Support Staff from Ontario speaking about their experiences and concerns during the re-opening of schools. It was recorded on October 24,2020. Listen to part 1 below. Episode 66: “Our kids have been forgotten”โดย Education is a Right
 
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. My guest on the podcast this week is Dr. Pam Moran who is the Executive Director of the Virginia School Consortium for Learning and is a former superintendent of Albemarle County Public Schools. Among the points we discussed in the podcast were the following: The role of a superintendent in US education Desmo…
 
It’s been eight weeks since the school year began, and Seattle Public Schools has just started offering in-person services for students in special education. One student started this week and the district plans to expand that to 65 children.โดย Ashley Gross
 
In dieser Folge spreche ich mit der fantastischen Verena Pausder vor allem über Lösungen und Umsetzungen für ein zukunftsträchtiges Bildungssystem! Es war ein #NewLearning #Podcast Feuerwerk!!!! Alles zu Verena Pausder: https://verenapausder.de Alles zu Daniel Jung: https://danieljung.io Der Podcast zum Hören auf allen gängigen Plattformen: https:/…
 
The Nov. 3 election in Washington includes a referendum on a hot-button issue — whether the state should require sex education to be taught in public schools. KNKX youth and education reporter Ashley Gross spoke with KNKX Morning Edition host Kirsten Kendrick about Referendum 90 and what opponents and supporters have to say.…
 
Technology is a messy minefield that every parent journeys through so I brought my friends, Brett and Erin Kunkle, onto the podcast to talk about this subject from a Christian perspective. What you'll hear in this episode: - the need for a theology of technology - Christian ways of thinking of technology - how technology has morphed over time - why…
 
In this episode educational support staff from Ontario speak about their experiences during the re-opening of schools and what effect this is having on them as well as the students they work with and their parents. This is part 1 of 2 of the roundtable held with educational support staff recorded on October 24, 2020.…
 
UPDATE, 6 p.m.: Adds comments from a press conference held by Maia Espinoza in which she addressed how she'd pay for stipends to families during remote learning. The race for state superintendent of public instruction comes at a critical time for the state’s 1.1 million schoolchildren, most of whom are learning from home right now due to the pandem…
 
Charlotte Mason's training college was unique, but it was not all study and offers some scope for imagination to today's homeschool families implementing her method. This episode discusses the Scale How evenings that were part of the community life of her college to offer information and inspiration for how such social gatherings could round out a …
 
DIE DIGITALISIERUNG WAR ERST DER ANFANG. JETZT STARTET DIE GRÖSSTE REVOLUTION DER MENSCHHEITS­GESCHICHTE! Und das hat eine logische Konsequenz: Das New Learning Ökosystem! Worauf es jetzt ankommt sprach ich mit Frank Thelen in meinem New Learning Podcast. Flugtaxis, autonome Fahrzeuge, 3D-gedruckte Häuser, Fleisch aus dem Labor – was nach Science-F…
 
Sometimes we doubt whether we are the expert of our own children. But as Dr. Raymond Moore used to always remind us, "You are the expert on your child. No one loves them better than you do. No one knows them better than you do." It can be difficult to listen to that instinct, but we reap great rewards when we do. Listen in as I chat with Brian and …
 
UPDATE, Oct. 29: Adds comments from a press conference with Superintendent Denise Juneau. The Seattle-King County and Washington state NAACP say the Seattle school board should terminate Superintendent Denise Juneau’s contract, maintaining that she has not done enough to address systemic racism in the school district.…
 
In this episode educators from Nova Scotia and Quebec update us on developments in their provinces and how they are finding ways to empower themselves. Resources and references for this episode: Second Roundtable Part 1 First Roundtable Part 1 Part 2โดย Education is a Right
 
Voters in the Highline school district south of Seattle will be deciding whether to approve a two-year levy to pay for new computers and other technology. The shift to remote learning in the pandemic has highlighted the need. The levy would collect a total of $32.5 million over two years. But the property tax rate would go down a little bit even if…
 
“I went into high school the same year that Donald Trump was elected president, so it kind of bookended my high school experience.” Alicia Ing graduated from Renton High School as part of the class of 2020 and is studying at the University of Washington. Now, four years after that election, Alicia is 18 years old and getting ready to vote in her fi…
 
One of the first questions many homeschooling families hear around the dinner table at family events is "but how will the children be socialized?" In this episode, I am joined by Kristi Woodard, homeschool mom of eight, who I know from my local church community. Kristi and her husband, Jason, have raised exceptional children who beautifully answer …
 
On a recent sunny fall morning, a school bus pulled up in front of Blue Heron Middle School in Port Townsend. A few kids got off, but before they could enter the school, they had to go through a new pandemic-era procedure.โดย Ashley Gross
 
In this episode educators from Alberta and Ontario provide an update on the state of education in the midst of the pandemic in their provinces. This episode was recorded on October 11, 2020. Part 2 will include educators from Quebec and Nova Scotia.โดย Education is a Right
 
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this week's podcast I discuss drama and theatre in education with Madeline Michel, a teacher in Monticello High School in Charlottesville Virginia. Madeline was the 2019 winner of the Tony award for excellence in theatre education. Among the topics we discuss in the course of the podcast are the following:…
 
Charlotte Mason distilled her philosophy into some succinctly stated principles, and the homeschool or classroom teacher does well to underpin their efforts by considering the philosophy that drives the teaching. Today's episode addresses principles 9-12, the specifics of what we believe about the mind, how it learns, and what the teacher must not …
 
Did you know classic films are an essential part of any student's high school and college education? The movies of any period or of our society tell us a lot about the world, its beliefs, and can have the same power that books have to inspire and challenge us. In this episode I share some of my very favorite films, the ones you don't want to let yo…
 
In this episode we follow-up with students after their first weeks of face-to-face and virtual school. We discuss what their experiences are like under covid19 restrictions in school and what they are doing to ensure their concerns are heard.โดย Education is a Right
 
John Monroe grew up in Everett and landed a job as a draftsman with the Boeing Co. in 1965, with just a high school diploma and a nine-week drafting course under his belt.โดย Ashley Gross
 
Dr. Kevin Miklasz has worked in and around the fields of game design and education for the last 10 years. As a trained scientist, he has a PhD in Biology from Stanford University, but has spent his time gaining a smattering of diverse experiences in education: designing science curriculum, teaching after-school science programs, designing science g…
 
A student-led push to get solar panels installed at a middle school in Tacoma is receiving national recognition from a clean energy nonprofit called Generation 180. And while the girls involved have now moved on to high school, they’re continuing to advocate and fundraise for the project.โดย Ashley Gross
 
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this week's podcast my guest is Professor William (Bill) Damon from Stanford University Graduate School of Education where he directs the Stanford Center on Adolescence. He is the author of many books, including The Path to Purpose. We discuss how students can be helped to find purpose in life. Among the t…
 
It's been a long time since I shared with you what I'm reading. I love to read biographies! Currently I am reading a few books about Theodore Roosevelt. These are books that would grab any boy's attention with their tales of courage and immersion in nature. A short story and novel also make the list. Happy reading! Click HERE to get Homeschool: Sim…
 
In this episode, Heather McCambly and Lorenzo Baber talk about the intersections of racial justice, educational philanthropy, and the needs and roles of community colleges in the COVID-19 postsecondary landscape. McCambly is a doctoral candidate at Northwestern University who is studying the intersections of racial justice and educational philanthr…
 
Imagine you could step into a time machine and travel back to a year ago. What would you tell yourself now that you’ve experienced life in a pandemic? Seventeen-year-old Barrett Stowe, who attends Tacoma School of the Arts, asked two friends and his sister that question. It turns out the upheaval of the past six months has led to some realizations …
 
This episode is focused on Every Child Matters in the context of Orange Shirt Day, September 30, 2020 a day to honour residential school survivors. We’re speaking to cultural advisor, elder, and second generation survivor, Cecil Isaac from the unceded Bkejwanong territory (or Walpole Island). This episode can be used for personal learning as well a…
 
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