K 12 Podcasts

HHMI's Holiday Lectures on Science show

HHMI's Holiday Lectures on ScienceJoin Now to Follow

HHMI's Holiday Lectures on Science The Howard Hughes Medical Institute is a philanthropy that supports biomedical research and science education. As part of its mission to strengthen science education, the Institute presents the Holiday Lectures on Science, an annual series that brings the latest developments in a rapidly moving field of research into the classroom. These lectures are videotaped and technical, but even the lay person can learn from them. Audio files are available, but you do lose the visual aids. However, they are still useable. Previous subjects have included, dengue, RNA, and the idea of quorum sensing which is how bacteria decide when to attack, or fireflies coordinate their flashing sequence.

By Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Naked Science Scrapbook show

Naked Science ScrapbookJoin Now to Follow

Drawing out the facts, the Naked Science Scrapbook brings a visual dimension to the world's most mysterious science.

By Sarah Castor-Perry, The Naked Scientists

rethink autism show

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Autism tips and practical daily living advice for parents of children with autism. Rethink Autism, Inc. is the first online resource to offer parents and professionals immediate access to effective and affordable ABA-based treatment tools for the growing population affected by autism spectrum disorders.

By rethink autism

The Dropout Nation Podcast show

The Dropout Nation PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Coverage of the Reform of American Public Education Edited by RiShawn Biddle. Each week, RiShawn Biddle comments on education reform, advises on how parents can take power and improve education for their children, details the efforts of school reformers such as Phillip Jackson of the Black Star Project and Teach For America, and analyzes education policy issues. Broadcasts every Sunday. Read more at www.dropoutnation.net.

By RiShawn Biddle

The Teacher's Life Podcast show

The Teacher's Life PodcastJoin Now to Follow

A collaborative effort

By Bobby

Education for the Aughts: American School News and Analysis show

Education for the Aughts: American School News and AnalysisJoin Now to Follow

In Education for the Aughts, Matthew K. Tabor discusses issues in K-12 and higher education. He examines: college, law school & medical school admissions; NCLB & testing; teaching; teacher certification; parent & community relations; school law; school boards; & national education trends. Matthew Tabor is an admissions consultant and private educator. He writes out of Cooperstown, New York.

By Matthew K. Tabor

MusTech.net's Technological Music & Musings Show! show

MusTech.net's Technological Music & Musings Show!Join Now to Follow

This podcast is the most fun you will ever have- listening to Joe and Darren banter back and forth you'd never know you were getting schooled! They rant, they rave, they put out great information and a great show for anyone who is interested in technology and the latest industry music BUZZ! The PODCAST QUALITY IS SUPERB and the DIALOG IS FANTASTIC! audio, midi, industry, music, education, technology, news

By Dr. Joseph M. Pisano

Amphi NHS show

Amphi NHSJoin Now to Follow

Dedicated to the National Honor Society at Amphitheater High School in Tucson, AZ.

By Amphi NHS

ChildrensbookRadio.com show

ChildrensbookRadio.comJoin Now to Follow

Children's Book Podcast. The Best Podcast for Children. #1 Podcast for children, parents, and anyone interested in Children's Books. Great literature and childrens books, ``Enjoy our reviews of Children's Books in the form of a podcast. Also a directory online of children's books.

By Sabrina Weissler

chemistry - meaghersclasses show

chemistry - meaghersclassesJoin Now to Follow

These chemistry video podcasts are high school chemistry snippets, from Mt Lawley Senior High School. To help make these resources more useful your feedback would be appreciated. You may also want to check out my physics video podcasts at www.meaghersphysics.podomatic.com. Thanks, Richard.

By Richard Meagher