Education Podcasts

Homeschool Lesson Plan in 5 Minutes | Classical Education show

Homeschool Lesson Plan in 5 Minutes | Classical EducationJoin Now to Follow

Homeschool lesson plans should be imaginative and fun, so I'm going to inspire you in 5 minutes with a 'done-for-you' creative teaching idea. I’m your classical education coach, Diane Lockman, and I’m passionate about helping you become a better homeschool teacher. Now that my kids are adults, I encourage other moms and dads on the journey with simple, time-saving tips on classical lesson planning, teaching strategies, and college prep. After nearly 20 years, I’ve learned that all intellectual skills can be boiled down to teaching the child how to read, think, write, and speak. Here's to working smarter, not harder! #askdiane #homeschooling

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The Pop Song Professor Podcast show

The Pop Song Professor PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Music lyrics mean something, but too often we hear songs on the radio without really understanding them intellectually or emotionally. The Pop Song Professor Podcast is about using research and deep-thinking analysis to understand what our favorite artists are telling us. I, Clifford Stumme, the host, teach literature at a university in Virginian and love using my skills to explain songs while having fun doing it! But remember that this podcast is always a conversation, so be sure to email me with questions and your opinions on the songs we talk about. I always respond to emails and may feature your ideas on a future episode: You can also find me on Twitter (@cliffordstumme), Instagram (@cliffordstumme), and YouTube ( If you want to support the show and get some cool perks, check out my Patreon:

By Clifford Stumme

Synthesizer Library Podcast show

Synthesizer Library PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Synthesizers. Listen as we talk about how they work, how to program them and the features that make them unique.

By Adam Anderson Relevanz-Podcasts show Relevanz-PodcastsJoin Now to Follow

In der heutigen Business-Welt ist Unterscheidung alles. Viele Produkte gleichen sich wie ein Ei dem anderen. Dienstleistungen sind vielfach austauschbar, Marken wirken oft wie Klone. In solchen Märkten heißt die Lösung: "Anders sein als alle anderen!". Doch: Wie kann man anders sein, wenn alle anders sein wollen? Anderssein um des Anderssein willens bringt keinen Vorsprung, und unreflektiertes Querdenken führt in die Irre. Bei weitem nicht jede Veränderung ist für den Kunden relevant. Und das heißt: Querdenken ist nur dann erfolgreich, wenn es gleichzeitig Relevanzdenken® ist. Die Relevanzdenker Sabine Hübner und Carsten K. Rath bieten Ihnen in Ihrem Relevanz-Podcast Inspiration, Tipps und Impulse, wie Sie richtig anders und anders richtig werden. Auf eine unterhaltsame und humorvolle Art berichten sie jeden Dienstag von Ihren Erfahrungen, Erlebnissen und Ihrer Philosophie – Hören Sie rein, es lohnt sich!

By Sabine Hübner & Carsten K. Rath

Fieldstone Common Season 2 -Northeast History & Genealogy Radio with Marian Pierre-Louis show

Fieldstone Common Season 2 -Northeast History & Genealogy Radio with Marian Pierre-LouisJoin Now to Follow

Fieldstone Common is a weekly internet radio show (podcast) for genealogists and history buffs. Host Marian Pierre-Louis will introduce you to authors and historians who bring history alive! Topics focus on history and genealogy in the Northeast United States. Authors, historians, curators, archivists, genealogists and other stewards of history are interviewed about their books or projects.

By Marian Pierre-Louis - Join me in discovering the history of the Northeast

Patterns of Innovation show

Patterns of InnovationJoin Now to Follow

What does 21st century learning look like? How have schools successfully transformed their students learning experiences by incorporating 21st Century Skills into teacher practice, curriculum, assessment, and professional development? With assistance from a grant from the Pearson Foundation, the 21st Century Learning Exemplar Schools Program highlights best practices in schools and programs across the country that are preparing students for college, career and citizenship by embedding critical 21st century competencies into the learning environment. By capturing these stories of innovation, P21 and its partners seek to inspire other schools and districts to bring a focus on 21st Century Skills to their communities.

By Partnership for 21st Century Skills

Still Growing...A Weekly Gardening Podcast show

Still Growing...A Weekly Gardening PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Jennifer Ebeling from created Still Growing...with Jennifer Ebeling. Still Growing is a weekly gardening podcast dedicated to helping you and your garden grow. Jennifer hosts this hour-long show interviewing experts from around the country. The podcast also features a bi-monthly Master Gardener roundtable with Master Gardeners who share their gardening tips and horticulture techniques for gardeners of all skill levels. Still Growing is a terrific resource for gardeners looking to improve their knowledge, develop their gardening skills, and draw inspiration from folks who love to garden. Most shows feature fun outtakes from the episode at the very end of the track. Jennifer is a garden writer, Master Gardener and blogger. Still Growing... is produced in her home studio in lovely Maple Grove, Minnesota.

By Jennifer Ebeling: 6ftmama, Master Gardener, & Blogger

State of Opportunity from Michigan Radio show

State of Opportunity from Michigan RadioJoin Now to Follow

State of Opportunity exposes the barriers Michigan children of low income families face in achieving success.

By Mark Brush

Sikh History show

Sikh HistoryJoin Now to Follow

Welcome to the Sikh History podcast. This podcast series provides a fascinating look into the sparkling lives of the Sikhs from the 15th century to the present times, transporting us back to the times of our ancestors. This podcast provides a historic context to the evolution of the Sikh religion, our values, our thoughts, our principles and our ethics and the reasons for our phenomenal successes as a strong knit worldwide community. The history of the Sikhs starts in 1469 AD with the birth of Guru Nanak and can be divided into 3 major eras. We have the period of 1469 to about 1707 – which is characterized by the physical presence of the 10 Gurus. During this period, the rock solid foundation of Sikhism was laid. Sikh teachings were revolutionary in that they stressed on Ek Onkar, the monotheistic aspect of God, the equality of all men and women and advocacy for a casteless society, and the Sikh way of life that can be summarized as Naam Japna, or remembering God in our actions, the importance of Kirt Karni, or earning an honest living, and Vand Chakna, the practice of sharing with fellow humanity. The second period of Sikh history is between 1707 and 1839 – from the short lived period of Banda Singh Bahadur to the end of the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. This era tested the resolve of the Sikhs to survive as an independent community, distinct from the prevailing society and its norms. The third era comprises the lives of Sikhs since 1840 to the modern day, with a look at the partition of the Punjab between India and Pakistan in 1947, the Indian state sponsored anti-Sikh pogroms of 1984 and the emigration of Sikhs from the Punjab to all corners of the world, forming a truly global community, bound by a common history and the love of the Guru Granth Sahib. Based on Panth Prakash by Rattan Singh Bhangoo, History of the Sikhs by Khushwant Singh, The Sikh Moral Tradition by Nripinder Singh and other books by Grewal, Macauliffe and Cunningham and inspired by the Sikh History lectures of Amrik Singh etc.

By Sikh History

HVAC 360 show

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HVAC 360 is a podcast that covers the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning industry through the entire lifecycle of a building. From building commissioning, to engineering and design, to construction, and of course operations and maintenance, I talk with and about the news, people, and products that are affecting our lives at a rapidly growing pace.

By Matt Nelson : Mechanical Engineer & Building Commissioning Authority