Education Podcasts

Computers, Coffee and Curriculum show

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Computers, Coffee, and Curriculum is a K-12 educational technology podcast that showcases challenges, successes, and opportunities to purposefully integrate technology to enhance curriculum for all students. Originating from the West Irondequoit Central School District in Rochester, NY, the CCC podcast includes interviews with educational technology leaders and innovators while highlighting programs, applications, and ideas to spark collaboration and sharing of best practices with educators across the globe. <br> <br> Thanks for listening to our show. As always, we appreciate hearing about your thoughts, experiences, opinions, and questions. You can reach out to us through e-mail at feedback@k12ccc.com, or through Twitter.<br> <br> Your hosts are Jim Czadzeck (@jimczad), grade 7-12 technology teacher on special assignment (TOSA); Maria Behncke (@MariaBehncke), grade K-6 technology TOSA; and Dan Fullerton (@aplusphysics), district director of technology.

By Dan Fullerton

Innovation Happens at ASU show

Innovation Happens at ASUJoin Now to Follow

Innovation Happens is a new podcast from Arizona State University. Each episode will explore HOW innovation happens among students at the nation's top-ranked public university for innovation (U.S. News and World Report). Join us weekly to learn why ASU is #1 in innovation and how you can get involved.

By Innovation Happens

Method to the Mathness show

Method to the MathnessJoin Now to Follow

Professional Learning to Empower Math Achievement

By Math Solutions

WITHIN show

WITHINJoin Now to Follow

Within Podcast is where conversations become a journey. We will have guests from different areas of soceity and will discuss the hottest and most important topics that everyone wants to know about.

By Amaury Abreu Leonardo

You'll Hear It - Daily Jazz Advice show

You'll Hear It - Daily Jazz AdviceJoin Now to Follow

Jazz musicians Peter Martin &amp; Adam Maness give you daily tips on how to develop as a jazz player. Listen for a combo of actionable advice and occasional humor. A podcast from <a href="https://www.openstudionetwork.com/?utm_source=podcast&amp;utm_medium=organic&amp;utm_campaign=youll_hear_it&amp;utm_content=no_episode" target="_blank">Open Studio</a> - "Jazz Lessons from Jazz Legends".

By Open Studio

Fresh Start Family Show show

Fresh Start Family ShowJoin Now to Follow

A show about relationships, the Fresh Start Family show is hosted by husband and wife team Terry and Wendy Snyder. Fresh Start Family is an online Positive Parenting company and community and this podcast tackles a range of topics and hosts that bring reality, hope, and a path to more peace in the home and world. Expand your heart, learn new tools, strengthen your family.

By Wendy and Terry Snyder

The Ted Bundy Totes Psychotic Podcast show

The Ted Bundy Totes Psychotic PodcastJoin Now to Follow

We talk about Ted’s life up until the end of it. For our English class.

By The Ted Bundy Totes Psychotic Podcast

Mathematics Teacher Educator Podcast show

Mathematics Teacher Educator PodcastJoin Now to Follow

The Mathematics Teacher Educator Podcast accompanies the Mathematics Teacher Educator Journal and co-sponsored by the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

By Eva Thanheiser

JAAOS Unplugged show

JAAOS UnpluggedJoin Now to Follow

JAAOS (aka the Yellow Journal) is a trusted source of cutting edge primary research and in-depth review articles from world experts in the field of orthopaedics. Every month, join us as we summarize research articles and review a featured article from the latest issue of the Yellow Journal. This podcast is intended for any and all learners of orthopaedics - from the first year medical student to the emeritus professor!

Notes on the State show

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Notes on the State is produced at the University of Virginia’s Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies for the University's Bicentennial. The six-part series engages with Thomas Jefferson's legacy today, his contradictions and paradoxes as well as the limits and failures of his ideas, including his writings about equality, slavery, reform, and revolution. Episodes will explore a range of topics: the concept of race and racial difference, the Jeffersonian legacy of protest, slavery at the University of Virginia and Monticello, Jefferson's contributions to the U.S. prison system, and Haiti's influence on the Louisiana Purchase. "Notes on the State" launches Presidents' Day 2019.

By Notes on the State