K 12 Podcasts

Honors Precalculus Podcast show

Honors Precalculus PodcastJoin Now to Follow

This is the class podcast for Mr. Dramble's Honors PreCalculus

By Dramble Troy

Don't Know Much About show

Don't Know Much AboutJoin Now to Follow

These videoblogs feature popular historian Kenneth C. Davis, author of Don’t Know Much About® History, which spent 35 consecutive weeks on The New York Times bestseller list, and gave rise to the Don’t Know Much About series, which has a combined in-print total of 4.3-million copies. Kenneth Davis was dubbed The King of Knowing by Amazon.com because he becomes a subject expert in all of the areas he writes about – the Bible, Mythology, the Universe, the Civil War, for example. Kenneth C. Davis’ success aptly makes the case that Americans don’t hate history, just the dull version they slept through in class. But many of them want to know now because their kids are asking them questions they can’t answer. Davis’ approach is to refresh us on the subjects we should have learned in school. He does it by busting myths, setting the record straight and always remembering that fun is not a four-word letter word.

By Kenneth C. Davis

bit by bit show

bit by bitJoin Now to Follow

A podcast by a teacher, for teachers, talking and reflecting about the use of technology in instruction, and the changing classroom environment in the 21st Century.

By Bob Sprankle

Academic Aesthetic show

Academic AestheticJoin Now to Follow

The philosophical musings and goings on of a technology loving art teacher.

By Aaron Smith

AP Biology Podcast show

AP Biology PodcastJoin Now to Follow

This Podcast is meant to supplement (not supplant) the lectures and readings for Mr. Peevyhouse's AP Bio class AP Bio at DHS. The information is copyrighted for use in my classes. Not for distribution or any other use.

By Peevyhouse

Physics Fundamentalized show

Physics FundamentalizedJoin Now to Follow

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 Princeton Review - What's New? show

The Princeton Review - What's New?Join Now to Follow

Keep up with all the latest goings-on at The Princeton Review!

By The Princeton Review

I-KID-A-POD show

I-KID-A-PODJoin Now to Follow

Ride along the Iditarod Trail as Mrs. Treptow's class provides coverage of the Iditarod Dogsled Race. Special features include Mushing Lingo, Moments in History, Meet the Dogs, and many more.

By Mrs. Treptow's Class

Tea With Teachers Podcast  /  Conversation  /  Identity  /  Life Experiences show

Tea With Teachers Podcast / Conversation / Identity / Life ExperiencesJoin Now to Follow

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

Teachers Ask Jen Serravallo show

Teachers Ask Jen SerravalloJoin Now to Follow

Teachers Ask Jen Serravallo brings the popular and familiar Ask… format to professional development podcasts for teachers. The questions come from real teachers like you, and Jen’s answers are brief, thoughtful, and succinct. Think of it as bite-sized PD, or just-in-time professional learning for teachers. Topics cover reading strategies, student engagement, reading assessment, reading conferences, read-aloud, small group instruction, guided reading, close reading, independent reading, reading workshop, book choice, motivating students, coaching, mentoring, and other topics that help teachers improve their inquiry-based and research-based teaching of reading and writing. Jennifer Serravallo is the author of several well-known books for educators, including The Reading Strategies Book, Literacy Teachers Playbook Grades 3-6, Literacy Teachers Playbook Grades K-2, Independent Reading Assessment - Fiction, Independent Reading Assessment - Non-fiction, Teaching Reading in Small Groups, and Conferring with Readers. Her website is www.jenniferserravallo.com. She is a frequent blogger and is active on Twitter @jserravallo and on other social media.

By Teacher Learning Sessions