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Design Movement show

Design MovementJoin Now to Follow

Hosted by Dr. Brett Jacobsen, Head of School at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School, Design Movement is a 21st century learning and leadership conversation of creative collaborators in education, business, and the non-profit community.

By Dr. Brett Jacobsen

Hank's History Hour show

Hank's History HourJoin Now to Follow

Hank Nelson provides weekly European history lessons in a story telling style while following the Advanced Placement for European History curriculum

By Hank Nelson

Youth Ministry Booster Podcast  show

Youth Ministry Booster Podcast Join Now to Follow

Welcome to the Youth Ministry Booster podcast. The most honest podcast in student ministry. Hosted by Zac Workun, Chad Higgins, and Kristen Lascola Enjoy weekly episodes as the team asks the toughest questions related to student ministry and youth pastor health, success, and expectations. We hope that this weekly dose of honesty and humor boosts youth workers and youth pastor. New episodes drop every Tuesday After 9 pm CST. Find out more @ http://www.youthministrybooster.com

By Zac Workun Chad Higgins Kristen Lascola : After 9 Youth Ministry Podcast | Answering Student Ministry's Most Honest Questions

Ed Tech Crew Podcast show

Ed Tech Crew PodcastJoin Now to Follow

The Ed Tech Crew is an Educational Technology podcast which focuses on the use of ICT in education as well as discussing issues, sharing great websites and technologies, and a lot of friendly banter between hosts Tony and Darrel.

By Darrel Branson & Tony Richards

Podkids Australia show

Podkids AustraliaJoin Now to Follow

Listen to the Year 4 / 5 students from Orange Grove Primary School in Perth, Western Australia as they reflect on their learning using the power of podcasting.

By Orange Grove Primary School

Stories to Read, Words to Know, Level F show

Stories to Read, Words to Know, Level FJoin Now to Follow

Stories to Read, Words to Know, Level F contains 12 meaningful stories that connect to students' lives. Students are engaged by the charming illustrations and encouraged by the simple stories that help them build confidence while they increase their English vocabulary. The Stories to Read, Words to Know audio component contains two types of readings: 1) a Read Along and 2) an Echo Reading. Learners listen to the Read Along and follow along silently in their books. The Read Along, read by a skilled adult reader, models pronunciation and intonation and guides learners through the story with a bell that indicates when to turn the page. The Echo Reading is read by a skilled adult reader one sentence, phrase, or paragraph at a time and is echoed by student readers. The learner joins in echoing in unison with the student readers. Participating in an Echo Reading helps learners to gain confidence while reading aloud, supports them in reading material that may be too difficult to read independently, and provides practice with proper phrasing and expression.

By Evan-Moor Educational Publishers

The Homeschooling and Liberty Podcast show

The Homeschooling and Liberty PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Do you feel today's schools cultivate creative and confident, self-motivated young entrepreneurs? Do you want your kids to HAVE MORE FREEDOM to PURSUE their PASSIONS and LEARN AT THEIR OWN PACE, free from constant testing, peer pressure, unsafe and uninspiring school environments? SUBSCRIBE TODAY as we discuss Creative Homeschooling and Self Directed Education with leading experts and families already living lives FULL of CREATIVITY and JOY! Start, discover and enhance your Family Life Adventure today! Get Inspired... Live free!

By The Homeschooling and Liberty Podcast

Homeschooling In The North Woods: a homeschooling podcast show

Homeschooling In The North Woods: a homeschooling podcastJoin Now to Follow

Homeschooling in the North Woods is a homeschool podcast where Alisha (Canadian) and Amanda (American) have real conversations about the topics that matter to you, a homeschooling parent. Amanda & Alisha are both secular homeschoolers so a lot of their discussions come from a secular homeschooling view. They hope that you are encouraged and inspired each time you have a listen secular or not. Along with the podcast Homeschooling in the Northwoods is also a website full of resources. Check it out at www.homeschoolinginthenorthwoods.com

By Alisha Brignall & Amanda Krajniak

Ecologist Goes to Washington show

Ecologist Goes to WashingtonJoin Now to Follow

The Ecologist Goes to Washington features the stories and reflections of scientists who have engaged their local, state, or federal governments in addressing the broader implications of their research.

By Ecologist Goes to Washington

The Art of Storytelling with Brother Wolf show

The Art of Storytelling with Brother WolfJoin Now to Follow

A national conversation from all perspectives on the profession of storytelling with children. Serving all members of the storytelling with children portion of the storytelling movement. Including presenters, listeners, festival organizers, administrators, educators, parents, and storytellers.

By Eric James Wolf