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TechTalk4Teachers podcast (blogcast, netcast, webcast, educast, teachercast - your choice of vocabulary) is for educators wanting to keep up with the latest advances in educational technologies and their practical applications in classrooms. We have a little something for everyone from kindergarten teachers to university professors. Keep on learning!
 
This podcast is designed to stimulate conversations, share information, and connect with teachers and stakeholders in the education community. Each episode will focus on contemporary areas of education, and guests will be invited to share their experiences in a reflective way.
 
Podagogies is a learning and teaching podcast that explores the pedagogy of post-secondary educators who bring scholarship to students in compelling, innovative, and surprising new ways. Produced by the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at Toronto Metropolitan University, visit us at ryerson.ca/teachingcentre
 
We're getting the physics education research out of those stuffy journals and into your hands (or, rather, ears) with this little audio podcast. Co-hosted by veteran high school physics teacher Michael Fuchs and physicist and education researcher Stephanie Chasteen, each episode investigates a piece of the research literature and how it can relate to your classroom. Main website on PER User's Guide On iTunes On Compadre
 
Would you give up a successful broadcasting career to become a teacher? What are the challenges facing modern teachers? Becoming a teacher requires learning a variety of skills, from reflective learning to mentoring, and in this series we follow two student teachers currently on the Open University PGCE course as they learn about their profession. We hear personal testimony and actuality from classrooms, mentoring and tutoring sessions, giving an insight into how teachers can develop their s ...
 
Teaching, Reading & Learning: The Podcast elevates important contributions to the educational community, with the goal of inspiring teachers, informing practice, and celebrating people in the community who have influenced teaching and literacy to the betterment of children. The podcast features guests whose life stories are compelling and rich in ways that are instructive to us all. The podcast focuses on literacy as we know it (reading and writing) but will also connect to other “literacies ...
 
Are you interested in English language education? This unit examines the use of language as a cultural tool which allows humans to become involved in a two-way process of constant change. The unit will help those within the teaching environment to relate theoretical discussion to professional practice. This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. Published in ePub 2.0.1 format, ...
 
What can current theories about children’s learning and development contribute to the development of new teaching and learning methods in schools? And how are new digital technologies changing the ways children think and learn? This album introduces two elements of The Open University's presence in the virtual world Second Life™ and explores the way in which virtual worlds can offer new opportunities for teaching and learning. The album also explores some of the ways that the theories of Lev ...
 
What can current theories about children’s learning and development contribute to the development of new teaching and learning methods in schools? And how are new digital technologies changing the ways children think and learn? This album introduces two elements of The Open University's presence in the virtual world Second Life™ and explores the way in which virtual worlds can offer new opportunities for teaching and learning. The album also explores some of the ways that the theories of Lev ...
 
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Our guest is Justin Ross-Hillard. He is the principal of The Net Charter High School in Central City. It is currently the longest running alternative high school in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. It started as one school but was replicated into two schools and soon it acquired another existing alternative high school last year. Mr. Ross-Hilla…
 
David Adams: CEO of The Urban Assembly. This is episode 535 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. David Adams, is the Chief Executive Officer of The Urban Assembly. He started with the UA in 2014 as the Director of Social-Emotional Learning, where he created the Resilient Scholars Program (RSP), a unique approach to integrating SEL in…
 
Co-Designed host Amanda Goyette interviews Lleij Schwatz, Rita Naughton, and Institute for Language Education student Kittipong Anansupamongkolโดย SNHU Center for Teaching and Learning
 
Listen to Professor Divine Charura (Professor of Counselling Psychology at York St John University), and Kate Grafton (Principal Lecturer Physiotherapy - School of Health, Leeds Beckett University, National Teaching Fellow), as they share their compassionate approaches to learning and teaching in Higher Education. Our learning and teaching communit…
 
Sandi White: Senior VP of Institutional Markets at Tutor.com. This is episode 534 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Sandi White joined the Tutor.com team in 2003. She currently serves as Senior Vice President of Institutional Markets at Tutor.com. She leads the Tutor.com Sales, Client Services and Marketing teams that support prog…
 
Dr. Sarah Holman and Riverside Insights: Helping Teachers Assist Students in Succeeding at School. This is episode 533 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Dr. Sarah Holman, a former special education coordinator, diagnostician and bilingual teacher, who is now Clinical Product Marketing Director at Riverside Insights, can discuss wh…
 
Dr. Marnie Ginsberg: Reading Simplified. This is episode 532 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Dr. Marnie Ginsberg is the founder of Reading Simplified, whose mission is to support busy, overwhelmed teachers learn a research-based system of effective and efficient instruction that accelerates all students’ reading achievement. Mar…
 
Michael Lehan: Athletics, Scholarship, and the IMG Academy. This is episode 531 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Michael Lehan is the current Head of School at IMG Academy. He competed for six years in the NFL with the Miami Dolphins and Cleveland Browns before getting tapped to become a dean of students and assistant principal f…
 
Dr. Amoneeta talks with me about his book Teaching Mindfulness: A Guidebook for Teachers, Parents, Counselors, and Caregivers. This is episode 530 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Dr. Amoneeta is currently a psychology professor at Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO, and adjunct faculty and clinical supervisor in the counseling ps…
 
Sarah Wirth: Talks about the Ecsell Institute, her book The Coaching Effect, and the Impact of Coaching on Leadership. This is episode 529 of Teaching Learning Leading K12. Sarah Wirth is the President of EcSell Institute, the world’s first and only organization to measure and quantify leadership effectiveness. She is considered one of the world’s …
 
Dr. Judith Peck talks about art, the world of art, and her novel: Naked Under the Lights. This is episode 528 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Dr. Judith Peck is Professor Emerita of Art, Ramapo College of New Jersey. She is author of several fiction and non-fiction works and a sculptor with work in eighty collections, including …
 
In this episode, Phil Fox, Acting Director of The Teaching Council, is joined by Dr. Patrick Kirwan and Dr. Mary Moore, to discuss sustainability education in schools. The conversation focuses on practical steps that school communities can take to instil a growth mindset approach towards sustainability, education outdoors, empowering pupils to beco…
 
Francisco Cervantes: Director of Creative Learning of the Scratch Foundation. This is episode 527 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Francisco has extensive experience researching, designing, and implementing educational resources in K–12 computer science. Before joining the Scratch Foundation, Francisco served as the Director of H…
 
Dr. Quintin Shepherd: The Secret to Transformational Leadership. This is episode 526 of Teaching Learning Leading K12. Dr. Quintin Shepherd, a true visionary for the future of education, is the Superintendent at Victoria Independent School District in Victoria, Texas. Sarah Williamson of SWPR Group works with leaders in education to create thoughtf…
 
Jeff Ikler & Steven Miletto Discuss Knowing Your Purpose and Doing One More. This is episode 525 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Jeff Ikler is Director of Quetico Career and Leadership Coaching, a firm dedicated to helping individuals overcome career issues, and leaders develop sustained changes in their leadership practices and…
 
Laurel Schmidt talks about her book Gardening in the Minefield: A Survival Guide for School Administrators. This is episode 524 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Laurel Schmidt is a lifelong educator (teacher, principal, district director), art lover, and writer. She's the author of a critically-acclaimed novel, How to Be Dead – A…
 
Carol Anderheggen talks about her books - Writing Down Cancer & Born-Child. This is episode 523 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Carol Anderheggen has been a published poet and writer since the 1980s and is an active disaster relief volunteer with the American Red Cross. She has confronted many challenges in her life. Taken out o…
 
In this episode, we speak to a teaching team behind "Connecting for Climate Change Action," a course that blends science with storytelling and student reflection to help students take action. Dr. Katrina Moser, Dr. Beth Hundey, Sara Mai Chitty and Serena Mendizabal relay student stories and tell us how they learned to do more than teach the science…
 
In this episode, Phil Fox, Acting Director of The Teaching Council, is joined by Ann Marie Caulfield and Josephine Byrne, to explore their experiences of inclusive education in mainstream schools. Ann Marie has been a post-primary teacher since 1996. She is currently an assistant principal and the additional needs coordinator at St. Joseph’s Second…
 
Meg Flanagan - Helping Parents - Military & Civilian - Navigate Public School Requirements like 504 Plans, IEPs, and More. This is episode 522 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Meg Flanagan is an educator who is passionate about helping families find peaceful, practical solutions to school problems. After serving as a tutor, she n…
 
Miriam Plotinsky - Teach More, Hover Less: How to Stop Micromanaging Your Secondary Classroom. This is episode 521 of Teaching Learning Leading K-12, an audio podcast. Miriam Plotinsky is an instructional specialist with Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland, and the author of Teach More, Hover Less: How to Stop Micromanaging Your Secondary …
 
Sheila Akbar - President & COO of Signet Education - Getting Into College. This is episode 520 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Sheila Akbar joined the Signet team in the summer of 2010, bringing with her a wealth of experience teaching SAT, ACT, GRE, literature, and composition in both one-on-one and classroom settings. Sheila l…
 
Harvey "The College" Wizard - Helping Students Stand Out from the Crowd and Get Accepted Into the College They Desire. This is episode 519 of the audio podcast - Teaching Learning Leading K12. The story of how Harvey Wizard became an internet multimillionaire in the early days of affiliate marketing is told in the New York Time Bestseller, “Get Ric…
 
Omar Reda, MD talks with me about his book The Wounded Healer: The Pain and Joy of Caregiving. This is episode 518 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. With us today is Dr. Omar Reda, world-renowned, Harvard-trained trauma expert, the author of several books, including his most recent book, “The Wounded Healer: The Pain and Joy of Ca…
 
Tim Moss & Bill Wall talk with me about their book - Complexities and Challenges: Clinical Perspectives in Combat Veteran Treatment and the Unique Needs of Military & Veteran Families. This is episode 517 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Lt Col (retired) William Wall is a combat veteran and CEO for The Center for Life Stress and …
 
Lesley Koplow - Popcorn Comes to School: The Story of a Kitten in Kindergarten. This is episode 516 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Lesley Koplow is a clinical social worker, teacher and author who lives in New York City. She is the Director of Emotionally Responsive Practice at Bank Street College, founder of Networks for Schoo…
 
Eileen J. Donovan: A Lady Newspaperman's Dilemma. This is episode 515 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Today I am talking with Eileen J. Donovan. Although born in New York City, where she spent most of her life, she has lived in six states and has visited most of the others. She earned her MA in English at Northern Arizona Univer…
 
This panel remembered and reflected on the past two years of the pandemic and reimagined the future of teaching and learning. As we journey from what has been a huge global pandemic affecting not only schools but entire communities, a conversation on the FÉILTE 2022 theme Remembering, Reflecting and Reimagining is both timely and apt. When schools …
 
Richard Owens & Anthony Cook: How can we make the college prep process more equitable? This is episode 514 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Today I’m talking with Anthony Cook and Richard Owens: Anthony is currently the Coordinator of College and Career Counseling at Osceola County School District in Kissimmee Florida. The Nation…
 
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