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Teacher happy hour in podcast-form! Join us every week to discuss the weird and funny things that happen in the classroom, including fun segments like "Comment Hero of the Week," "Oh Sh** Moments," "Weird Student Questions," and "Student Confessions."
 
The show that takes psychological research and translates it for classroom teachers so they can effectively apply it to their teaching practice to help improve outcomes for their students. Interviews with leading psychologists and other experts in the field of education, as well as deep dives into educational theory and a little bit of neuromyth busting.
 
A weekly podcast for language teachers and learners hosted by Dr. Liam Printer talking all things education, languages, motivation and engagement; linking current educational research to your classroom practice and providing a few ideas for some easy to implement, zero-prep, motivational strategies you can try out right away! Join the conversation on social media using #MotivatedClassroom. I'd love to know what you think so please get in touch. Full programme notes available on www.liamprint ...
 
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Classroom Q and A

BAM Radio Network - The Twitterati Channel

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An award-winning English and Social Studies teacher at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, Calif., Larry Ferlazzo is the author of Helping Students Motivate Themselves: In this show Larry pursues practical answers To Classroom challenges.
 
Welcome to the podcast where two British teachers sit down every week to discuss all thing IELTS. It doesn't matter if you are new to IELTS or have been struggling to achieve your band scores for a long time, Nick and Shelly will help you complete your IELTS journey in the least painful way possible. So, if you are looking for two teachers who offer clear practical advice about how to prepare for the IELTS test, have over 30-years teaching experience, and make IELTS enjoyable, then you are i ...
 
The official podcast of the Cooperative Learning Institute. In these weekly episodes, we'll dive into the theory, implementation, and practice of Cooperative Learning. In addition, we'll be bringing you interviews with some of the leading thinkers, practitioners, and enthusiasts of Cooperative Learning from all over the world!
 
The Classroom Collaborative Teacher Podcast is a show about teaching, classroom, and education. Join Deedee Wills and Adam Peterson we tackle new classroom tips and tricks in every episode. Our hearts are centered in primary education with our years of experience in Pre-K, kindergarten, first-grade, and second-grade classrooms, but we also connect with outside experts and teachers throughout the K-12 professional development. This teacher podcast is for you! Support this podcast: https://anc ...
 
The Culture-Centered Classroom podcast is the go-to podcast for teachers ready to step into their power as educators and learn the most effective ways to guide the next generation of thought leaders. Are you looking to increase student engagement? Tune in. Hoping to develop critical thinkers? Ready to increase student achievement? Create a personalized learning experience? Differentiate instruction? Then press play. Here you'll find simple, but powerful and effective ways to create a cultura ...
 
Slow Chinese Learn Chinese Chinesisch Lernen nihao, I have been teaching Chinese in China and in various institutions in Switzerland for over 20 years. My major is Chinese Language and Literature in Education and also have a Master degree in Educational Management from UK. I am from Beijing. Currently I live in Switzerland. I enjoy teaching Chinese. I do hope, my Podcast will help you improve your Chinese.
 
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The Classroom

Erick Nganyange and Ron Cline

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Join Erick and Professor Ron in “the classroom” where we will be learning from some of the most influential books and documents ever written on the subject of political philosophy. Most importantly, we will discover their relevance to our world today. From “The Prince” to “The Declaration of Independence”, learn how these classic texts are speaking to us now more than ever.
 
The Conscious Classroom with host Amy Edelstein explores the world of mindfulness in education. Amy will share best classroom tools and practices for adolescents, why teaching students about perspectives, worldviews, and context is as important as teaching classic stress reduction tools including breath, body scan, and open awareness mindfulness techniques. We'll look at trauma sensitive approaches, systems thinking, social emotional skills and how to empower teens and support mental wellnes ...
 
Bringing a punk rock mindset to the classroom! Schools need passion, community, and some DIY attitude! Each week Mike Earnshaw (principal from Illinois) and Josh Buckley (teacher from Arizona) will discuss how punk rock shaped their education philosophy and show educators, punk or not, how they can bring a punk rock mindset into their classrooms and their schools!
 
The government of India passed the right to education act in 2009, securing free and compulsory education to all children between the ages of 6 to 14 years. And India currently has 487 million children. So how does a country like ours provide a good quality education to nurture young people into active citizens of a vibrant democracy? In this podcast series, Tata Trusts aims to highlight the progress, celebrate the achievements and understand the challenges faced by educators. So let’s under ...
 
Teaching is one of the most difficult professions on the planet. There are a lot of bumps and bruises along the journey of an educator--especially in the early parts of our careers. We need to make our own mistakes, but is that it? How much pain could we avoid and how much better could we serve our students if we learned from the mistakes of teachers who have come before us? We want to help new teachers avoid some of the bumps and bruises of the profession by passing down 'wisdom' of educato ...
 
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In this first podcast collaboration, I chat with Darren Leslie of the wonderful Becoming Educated podcast. We talk about our roles as 'teaching and learning research leads' at our respective schools, how we got into these positions, why we feel its important to have internal, evidence based, professional development on-going throughout the year and…
 
Slow Chinese HSK3 L16 Text 4 Standard Course 很多人都觉得现在人和人的关系冷冷的,这可能是因为工作太忙,忙得没时间跟别人见面,累得不愿意和别人多说话。其实,我们应该多对别人笑笑,说话时如果能多用一些“您好”“谢谢”这样的词语,和别人的关系就会变得更好。Bởi Ellen Laoshi
 
233: Let's compare students in the real world with students in HBO's Euphoria, talk about this week's Comment Hero, address the student walkout in CPS last week, the teacher shortage around the country, unfair practices with tuition reimbursement, and more! Patreon: www.patreon.com/classroombrew Start your own podcast and get one month free: www.po…
 
Black History month is right around the corner. On this episode I am sharing a part of Black history and Black present that is often not discussed in mainstream lessons. I’m talking about historically Black Greek Sororities and Fraternities. Most of these organizations have been making a positive impact in the Black community and beyond for over 10…
 
I took the L1 and L2 Google Educator exams in early 2022. I knew the exams had changed, but I was surprised by some of the questions I received. Episode Sponsor: VIZOR for Chromebooks: VIZOR provides Chromebook 1:1 Management Software for Schools. ----------------------------- Thanks for tuning into the Chromebook Classroom Podcast! If you enjoyed …
 
The middle school classroom is so unpredictable. In this episode, our guests share what they’ve learned works when teaching middle school students and what doesn’t. Join us for a discussion about what middle schoolers need and what qualities make middle school teachers effective. Follow on Twitter: @larryferlazzo @bamradionetwork @jonharper70bd @Se…
 
Justin Somper drops into AIYC to explain how he got the idea to blend myth and history in his fantastic Vampirates series - and issues a musical challenge to listeners! A resources pack, including teaching notes, planning sheets, working wall elements and more is available to support this episode at bit.ly/JSomperpack. This episode is divided into …
 
In 2020, Nick and I recorded an episode of the podcast that gave you a complete fail-prof system for tackling any type of IELTS line graph. You can listen to that episode here. We went through the basics, such as the vocabulary you need to describe changes and how to organise your paragraphs, to more complex advice such as how to find key features …
 
All three of my kids have missed a significant number days because of the need to quarantine. The Omicron variant is sweeping through our neighborhoods and our local school district recently created a no-contact day this last Friday. Many caregivers and community members are concerned about learning loss with the missed days on top of the virtual l…
 
Harriet Ennis is a Psychology teacher at Bootham School in York and joins me this week to discuss motivation - something every teacher wishes their students had just a little bit more of. The conversation covers a wide ranges areas such as grit, resilience, wellbeing, ugly coping, perfectionism, healthy striving and more. Harriet mentions several p…
 
In the last couple of episodes, I’ve talked about why morning meeting or circle time is important and the skills you can teach in whole group instruction. There are strategies you can really capitalize on during morning meeting/circle time while others might come as a surprise to you as a possibility in a group. So in this episode, I discuss those …
 
As we get into 2022 and try to find our footing in a teaching landscape that is shifting below us we thought it would be important to take a look back at what we learned in 2021. A theme that appeared throughout our conversation is letting go of assumptions. Letting go of the things we thought we knew about teaching and learned and embracing our ab…
 
In this episode, Amy Edelstein talks about the need of our times for greater courage, centeredness and connection to presence, or being. This episode and its guided meditation will start the new year off on a positive and directed note. Support the show (https://bit.ly/supportCCPodcast)Bởi Amy Edelstein
 
Adam, Derrick, and Aaron conclude their discussion of Structured Academic Controversy, a method to provide students an opportunity to use creative problem solving to reach a consensus. They provide various concrete examples of how this practice can be implemented in a variety of classes. https://twitter.com/jjcooplearn https://www.co-operation.org/…
 
Deedee and Adam discuss social-emotional learning with Elizabeth Coller. Elizabeth is a kindergarten teacher in California and teaches in a Montessori-inspired charter school that emphasizes the importance of social-emotional learning from elementary school to high school. Elizabeth shares some classroom environment strategies that will change the …
 
On this episode of the Comrade's Classroom Podcast, we've turned one of our favorite documentaries into an audio episode for our listeners. 'The Aqueduct Between Us' is a film project that documents radical oral histories about water in los angeles county as told by the Indigenous people of tovaangar (los angeles) and payahuunadü (the owens valley)…
 
John Stuart Mill was born on May 20th, 1806, in London. His father James Mill was determined to mold John into a well‐​educated leader. John was given an extremely rigorous education from a young age. He learned Greek at the age of three, Latin at eight, and read Plato’s dialogues in the original language before his tenth birthday. His book "On Lib…
 
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