K 12 Podcasts
AMERICAN HISTORY RULES in Mr. Taft's 8th grade American history class at University School of Milwaukee. Keep coming back for audio files for lessons and homework, review sessions for tests and quizzes, and messages about class material. Historical audio files and music will also be included when they fit!
By Chuck Taft
Stories to Read, Words to Know, Level E 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
Join teacher Aashish Parekh in a conversation with fellow teachers exploring identity and drawing on life experiences to consider how that impacts their worldview and craft.
By Aashish Parekh / Teacher
Stepfamily Talk Radio interviews Cheryl Dellasega, Ph.D., author of "GirlWars" and "Mean Girls Grown Up" about the primitive instincts that stir up tension between stepmoms and their husbands' ex-wives. She offers tips for ending "Mean Girl" games. Visit www.stepfamilytalkradio.com/products.htm (our Products section) to find more resources about this important topic.
By Lisa Cohn/Jann Blackstone-Ford
Bi-weekly interviews of leaders working to renew K-12 classical education throughout the United States. This blog and podcast site attempts to acquaint newcomers and veterans with the history of the classical education renewal movement and its leaders, report on current developments and initiatives, present analysis and review, and interview leaders in the movement on a bi-weekly basis.
By Christopher Perrin
Vintage Homeschool Moms preserves the best of the past while blessing future generations with the fruit that comes from putting God first and using experience as a teacher. Tune in with a chance to ask your own questions during the live events. You host, Felice Gerwitz, is a Christian wife, mother, and educator-turned-homeschool-mom in 1986. She began homeschooling as a trial and never looked back. The topics will range from home education, child rearing, enterprising moms , SAHM (Stay at Home Moms), WAHM (Work at Home Moms), and so much more. Best yet, design your own show! Drop Felice a note and let her know what you’d like to hear.
By Felice Gerwitz