K 12 Podcasts
Each week a panel of homeschool moms chat about things that matter to us-- teaching our children, curriculum, parenting, managing our homes, and self-care. The iHomeschool Hangouts Podcast is an audio version of the weekly Google Plus hangouts held by the iHomeschool Network bloggers on Thursdays at 2 PM ET (except summer and major holidays).
By iHomeschool Hangouts Podcast
Welcome to the My School Adventure podcast – the podcast about innovative school ideas, books and literacy, and healthy school fundraising! Join me, Melanie Notaras, and my guest each week, for inspirational and actionable ideas that can help improve your school. New episodes every Wednesday.
By My School Adventure
Chinese music dates back thousands of years and sounds different from Western music thanks to important differences in tone, musical scale, pitch, instrumentation and individual instruments. With instruments crafted from a wide variety of materials, including, bamboo, silk, gourd, clay and stoneÃ¢â‚¬â€-and played in a diverse range of styles, from single voices to richly melodic orchestral pieces--Chinese music is as varied as the people who create it. ARTSEDGE, the online arts education project of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, has created this series with classrooms in mind. Each story explores a different aspect of Chinese musicÃ¢â‚¬â€the endangered music of the Yunnan peoples; the traditional sounds of the pipa, bamboo flute, qin and other Chinese instruments; and the creative space between them, where sounds ancient and avant-garde intersect.
By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center’s Arts Education Network
Eric Scheidly, a university and high school physics teacher, presents a series of live and unscripted physics lectures on classical mechanics and electricity and magnetism. Images of all of the board writing are available on the series website www.physicsfundamentalized.com or via RSS feed. Direct your feed reader to: http://www.physicsfundamentalized.com/PFDiag.rss
By Eric Scheidly
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
The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education seeks to inform and engage educators, parents, community members -- and you -- about what works in today's schools. Guests include educational leaders, practitioners, policymakers, researchers, and students from around the globe who share their insights about sound education policies and practices that ensure that each student is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.
The National Association of School Nurses and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NASN Radio. Executive Director Donna Mazyck hosts the program that will focus on the topics you really care about. Each brief segment of NASN Radio will help keep school nurses abreast of the latest developments in student health and professional development of school nurses. New segments appear here a few days after they air on the NASN web site.
By BAM Radio Network
District Leader: Transforming Education is a podcast about moving and inspiring educators and non-educators alike to believe in the power of education, its leaders, and its transformation. Each week, host Luis Valentino interviews district leaders who share their stories.
By Luis Valentino
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
This season, eight student interns bring you stories from inside New York City's segregated high school system. From the extreme lack of diversity in specialized high schools to racial disparities in sports access, our team is digging into the policies that maintain a dual system. For more, visit miseducatiopod.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @miseducationpod.
By The Bell