Maybe you don’t have time to sit down and sift through the latest education blogs for ideas and inspiration. If the thought of trying to carve out more hours in your day leaves you feeling overwhelmed, this list is for you. Podcasts are a great way to get information when you’re driving in your car, making dinner at home, or waiting at the DMV to renew your license. Podcasts don’t force you to find more time in your day; they give you the opportunity to capitalize on all the dead time that already exists in your day by simply downloading the .mp3 or syncing a podcast to your iTunes account on your smartphone.
Looking to develop your skills while relaxing this summer? These must-listen podcasts are perfect for a road trip or lazy day poolside.
Listen on the go. Find podcasts on almost any topic and download them to your device. It's a great way to improve as an educator.
It’s a big, wide world of educational podcasts out there—where to start?! Here are a few of our favorites that we hear teachers recommend again and again.
Here are a bunch of podcasts for kids that parents will also enjoy, including stories from Mars Patel, Sesame Street, StoryNory, and more!
Take a break from screens and perk up your kids' ears with these entertaining (and shhhh....educational!) podcasts for young listeners.
Sharing 26 of the best podcasts for all ages of kids (and ones we loves to listen to as well) that encourage creativity and brain development.
The podcast shows listed below are ideal for students. It doesn’t even matter if the subject being covered is the subject you are taking in college because each show has its own level of entertainment value, and each is interesting in its own way.
The idea of podcasts for kids usually occurs to parents in one of two ways: 1) Wouldn’t it be nice to find some audio content to enrich/distract my kids? 2) I love podcasts, my kids should, too! The former often leads to narrative or story-based podcasts, which makes sense: it’s not much of a leap to think your kids would enjoy someone reading them a story.
Podcasts can be fun and effective learning entertainment for kids. So why aren't there more being made just for young listeners?
Use this helpful tool to integrate podcasts into your classroom or to help your students create their own podcasts with audio and images.
From the website: The Math Pod is an OPEN learning opportunity organized in collaboration between three regions in the Province of Ontario, Canada: Barrie Region: Math Leadership and Learning Network (ML2N) Northeastern Ontario Region: Mathematics Leadership Network (MLN) Northwestern Ontario Region: Math Leadership and Learning Network (ML2N) Originating in the Northeastern Region in 2016/2017, through Leader Learning in relation to mathematics, the “Not A Book Study” was launched. This was an opportunity for members of the Northeast MLN to connect with Dr Cathy Fosnot via Stephen Hurley‘s VoiceEd Radio to learn about multiplication and division through her book, Young Mathematicians at Work: Constructing Multiplication and Division. This year, we will be focusing on Dr Fosnot’s New Perspectives on Learning. Participants will be able to interact, network and share thinking with other educators on various open online platforms and they will be guided weekly by the author to explore key ideas and resources.
Ironically, listening to podcasts has prompted this teacher's students to read more.
Intrigued by the world of podcasting? This Five-Minute Film Festival features videos, resources, and articles to help any educator get started using podcasts in the classroom as a learning tool.
Educator Digital Backpack Classroom Projects - Free Podcast by National Underground Railroad Freedom
Download or subscribe to the free podcast Educator Digital Backpack Classroom Projects by National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
By Stefan Cusi
With the introduction of podcasting , a new revolution emerged in the field of communication and in the way people share their knowledge. This revolution has extended to touch upon education with educators and teachers now using podcast as learning and teaching tools both in formal and informal instructional settings. In this post, we will be introducing you to the art of podcasting , providing you with the tools to create your own podcast, showing you how to use podcast for educational purposes , and sharing with you the best educational podcast of 2012.
This is Quest for Edlightenment, a podcast from Michael Drezek, Mark Drollinger, and Brian Sepe, where we'll bring about questions, ideas, and inspiration for the classroom. This is a chance for educators and learners from across the globe to share their story with the world with the aim of making it a better place!
By ihub Niagara
To promote geo-literacy and community participation through geography. To accomplish this mission Geospatial Niagara will serve as the conduit of engagement to students, citizens and organizations in order to educate and facilitate geospatial projects and outreach.
Creating podcasts in the classroom has many educational benefits, including strengthening skills in research, writing, and collaboration — and podcasting is easy to do. This article walks you through the steps of preproduction, recording, postproduction, and publishing.
Psychologist Jean Twenge discusses her research that examines how smartphones affect teens' happiness, and advises on how children and adults can use smartphones in the healthiest ways.