K 12 Podcasts
Behind every yearbook is a great story, and Jim Jordan is exploring those stories. Join Jim as he interviews the people behind the yearbook in Yearbook Chat with Jim, part of the Walsworth Yearbooks Podcast Network (WYPN). From new advisers who just made it through their first year, to long-time yearbook lovers looking at retirement, Yearbook Chat with Jim shows the human side of creating a yearbook.
By Walsworth Yearbooks with host Jim Jordan
Need to sharpen your yearbook skills? Ask Mike! In season one of this podcast from the Walsworth Yearbooks Podcast Network (WYPN), Mike Taylor explores what it takes to tell a great story with your yearbook, with a few laughs along the way. Mike enhances his already immense yearbook knowledge through interviews with yearbook advisers across the country, and helps advisers and staffs create their amazing yearbooks. Do you have a burning yearbook question you’d like to ask Mike? Send it to email@example.com.
By Walsworth Yearbooks
This is a famous Bible history that was used in Catholic schools for years and is actually the prototype of Bible histories. Containing 182 Chapters (which will be recorded as 182 episodes) covering both the Old and New Testaments, plus Study Questions for each Chapter, this book has educated generations of Catholic children from 6th grade through 8th grade-and beyond. Filled with quotes from the Douay-Rheims Bible, Schuster's Bible History conveys the reverence and holiness of the Faith as found in the Holy Bible itself. Here is the Scriptural background which should form the living heritage of every Catholic and without which a person will be ill-equipped to understand much of the meaning contained in the Gospels and Epistles of the New Testament. Bible History by Ignatius Schuster, D.D. gives an excellent synopsis of the story of the Bible.
By Matt Fradd
When a woman finds out she’s pregnant the last thing on her mind is postpartum depression. All we can think about are the joys of motherhood, at least that was true for me. But the fact is, postpartum is real and a very natural transition for many women. This show is a safe place for moms AND dads to be fearless in their truth - to share, vent, question, release, laugh, cry, listen, grow, and most of all come alive again! I’m Julie, and I’m asking you to grab a cocktail, come as you are, and join our party. The PostPartum Party. Subscribe now on itunes or wherever you get your podcasts.
By Julie Fitzpatrick
Language Latte is a conversation about teaching world languages. Becky Morales looks at research and speaks with teachers from around the globe to find out the best and most efficient methods, materials, and tips to help students gain fluency. Topics include educational technology, getting students to speak in the target language, teaching vocabulary, using films and popular games in class, bringing in culture, using IPA’s, TPRS, CI, the role of grammar, and more. More educational resources, plus show notes and links can be found on kidworldcitizen.org.
By Becky Morales
This podcast is dedicated to empowering you to embrace teaching art with works of art. Each episode will dive deep into different aspects of teaching art - from passionate art teachers sharing their work, to mini trainings on art appreciation strategies that you can use in your classroom, to conversations about the highs and lows that come with being a teacher. Come back each week for an informative interview with an amazing art teacher!
By Cindy Ingram
The best leaders take little openings and create space for those they lead. They find the smallest cracks of opportunity and create a path that was not there before. They shape the land. They find a way. Hacking leadership is about finding innovative solutions to issues that have plagued the system for years, and implementing them tomorrow. The focus is on practical application. We all know the problems exist, but knowledge of problems does not make our daily life in schools easier. Utilizing the tools in Hacking Leadership will allow you and your team to find the openings and create space for those you lead. Space to learn. Space to teach. Space to thrive.
By Tony Sinanis and Joe Sanfelippo