K 12 Podcasts
Family conversations about parent/child relationships, current trends, and the comparison between growing up now and in the 80's and 90's. Dave and Danielle discuss raising DaNaysia as DaNaysia agonizes over the struggles of growing up in today's culture. Expect giggles, conversation, and heartfelt moments on our podcast. Follow Dave: Twitter: @davepodcasting Instagram: @davepodcasting Follow DaNaysia: Instagram: @officially.nay Snapchat: @its.danaysia YouTube: It's Naysia Follow Danielle: Website: www.drenae.com YouTube: Danielle Renae Pinterest: Danielle Renae Instagram: drenaebtq
By David Johnson
Are you a busy K12 classroom teacher? The 10-Minute Teacher Podcast is a 5-day a week interview style podcast. Inspiring K12 educators from around the world are interviewed on this show in a quick interview that is usually around 10 minutes long. The host is a full-time teacher and Instructional Technology Director, Vicki Davis. Vicki has been blogging at the Cool Cat Teacher Blog since 2005 and shares on Twitter and other places. Listeners to this show will hear motivation, edtech tools, current classroom news, thought leaders, and practical ideas. Many educators make this show part of their commute, break, or something they listen to during a quick 10-minute task. Get excited about teaching with ideas from other teachers around the world! Vicki Davis - Winner - BAMMY AWARD - Best Podcast Host in Education 2016
By Vicki Davis
What are the big questions in education today - and what does leadership have to do with it? Join us for conversations with educational thought leaders from Australia and around the world as they discuss the work that drives and inspires them. This podcast explores a diverse range of views and perspectives through the lens of educational leadership and its impact on learners and communities.
Educators have lots of questions about how edtech can accelerate teaching and learning. What’s not easy to find are reliable answers. “Your Edtech Questions,” the new podcast from the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE), tackles critical questions at the juncture of edtech research and classroom practice. In each episode, Zac Chase, PK-12 language arts coordinator at St. Vrain Valley Schools in Colorado, and Amal Giknis, an English teacher at Philadelphia's Science Leadership Academy, turn your edtech questions into edtech answers with the help of an ISTE expert. As the hosts plunge into real questions from real teachers in each episode, you’ll get an in-depth understanding of the issue along with authentic classroom solutions. And you can count on the advice, since ISTE has opened up its networks and resources, and provided unprecedented access to the leading edtech experts. If you’re an educator looking for reliable professional development on critical edtech topics, “Your Edtech Questions” is the podcast for you!
In this podcast Josh Ochs teaches 100,000 parents and students how to shine online. He shows you how to audit your Google results and use your social media accounts as a portfolio of positive accomplishments to shine online. Josh keeps it tactical and practical with tips you can use to better understand how to navigate the digital world as a parent, teen and professional. Learn more at SmartSocial.com
By Josh Ochs
Computers, Coffee, and Curriculum is a K-12 educational technology podcast that showcases challenges, successes, and opportunities to purposefully integrate technology to enhance curriculum for all students. Originating from the West Irondequoit Central School District in Rochester, NY, the CCC podcast includes interviews with educational technology leaders and innovators while highlighting programs, applications, and ideas to spark collaboration and sharing of best practices with educators across the globe. <br> <br> Thanks for listening to our show. As always, we appreciate hearing about your thoughts, experiences, opinions, and questions. You can reach out to us through e-mail at email@example.com, or through Twitter.<br> <br> Your hosts are Jim Czadzeck (@jimczad), grade 7-12 technology teacher on special assignment (TOSA); Maria Behncke (@MariaBehncke), grade K-6 technology TOSA; and Dan Fullerton (@aplusphysics), district director of technology.
By Dan Fullerton
Creating theatre is tough, emotional, and often times frustrating work. Flipping the script is a podcast for educators, community theatre makers and young artists focused on creating theatre for modern audience. We are excited to bringing you insightful conversations to help you navigate the ever changing hot topics in theatre today, sassy commentary, a little bit of butt kicking and inspiration to make art that matters.
By Lindsay Kujawa