K 12 Podcasts
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
Fill up your idle time in the car rider line with CCISD. This bi-weekly podcast dives deeper into a wide-range of educational news and resources with District leaders and area experts. Listeners can also join in on the conversation during the live recording on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/clearcreekisd).
By Clear Creek ISD Office of Communications
We break down complex game strategies, basketball drills, and basketball skills for players and teams of all ages and abilities with easy to follow, step-by-step coaching methods packed with proven tips & tricks by coaches for coaches. We feature interviews with famous and not-so-famous coaches sharing their stories to help you get better, faster. No fluff, just good stuff!
By Hal Wilson
MommyCast is a weekly talk show for and by women (and dads). A family friendly show, Paige and Gretchen talk about parenting and the never ending issues that come with motherhood. This is real talk by real moms. Paige has 5 kids and Gretchen has 2. From infant to tween to teen, they have experienced it all! But MommyCast is not just for moms! Dads love MommyCast too! Join the conversation at MommyCast.com!
By Paige and Gretchen
Mission Europe is a language course for beginners that consists of three mystery adventures: Mission Berlin, Misja Kraków and Mission Paris. Challenge yourself and learn Polish with Misja Kraków! [English Version]
By DW.DE | Deutsche Welle
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
Come join Spenser Rohler – a curious lawyer, and Zionsville students Jack Doverspike and Drew Cortopassi, as we learn about our political leaders, discuss interesting things happening around us, and break down how government decisions impact our lives.
By Spenser Rohler