K 12 Podcasts
The Hardwood Hustle podcast brought to you by PGC Basketball seeks to educate, empower and encourage coaches around the world. Your hosts, coaches TJ Rosene and Sam Allen share their experiences and perspectives centered around the game of basketball. Guest interviews from the biggest names in basketball and beyond, provide keen insights into how coaches can achieve a high level of success and be transformational in the lives of their players. The Hardwood Hustle has been equipping and inspiring the basketball community since 2014. Allow our guides TJ and Sam to journey with you and help you enjoy a fulfilling coaching career season after season.
This podcast is intended to help the AP Euro students at Bozeman High School. The podcast is based off the information found in the following textbooks: McKay "A History of Western Society" Merriman "A History of Modern Europe: From the Renaissance to the Present" and Palmer "A History of the Modern World". In addition to these books Steve Mercado's class notes have been an invaluable source in creating the lecture outlines and can be purchased at historysage.com. Finally I would like to thank Roger Stip and Todd Beach for general inspiration and enrichment.
Active children are often mislabeled ADHD and placed on medication that just makes the situation worse. Join us as we explore the mind of the ADHD labeled child and discover how to release their full potential rather than suppress it. ADHD or Active Child teaches you how to tell if your child is really ADHD or just an active child full of energy. You'll get insight into a simple misunderstanding that has stumped teachers and psychiatrists. You'll learn tools and techniques to help your children make friends, cooperate rather than defy and finish the tasks they start. Often the label obscures the simple solutions that the heart of your child is trying to express. We are committed to helping families speak their hearts and enjoy the peace and support that your family deserves. Learn the symptoms of ADHD in children, what the ADHD medications do and don't do and treatments that work for every issue. Dr. Guffanti has been an International speaker on ADHD since 2003. Join the thousands of families that have heard him talk and brought hope and healing to their family.
By Stephen Guffanti, MD | ADHD, dyslexic & ODD
Instructional Tech Talk is a show designed to help you integrate technology into your classroom, building, or district. It doesn’t matter if you are a classroom teacher, building administrator, district tech, or superintendent, my goal is to introduce new technologies that could be implemented in a variety of ways to help promote student learning.
By Jeff Herb
A video podcast for computer programmers in grades 3 and up. We learn about Scratch, Tynker, Alice, Python, Pygame, and Scala, and interview interesting programmers. From professional software developer and teacher Dave Briccetti, and many special guests.
By Dave Briccetti
Heinemann Podcasts feature insights and commentary from some of the most popular authors in K-12 education. Each Podcast provides practical teaching information and helpful advice about a specific topic in education. Tune in to Heinemann Podcasts to improve your teaching ability, build closer connections with your students, and better understand the changing landscape of today's educational world.
This podcast was developed as part of an elementary-level Clark County School District Teaching American History Grant. The three-year grant will fund six modules per year with each module focusing on a different era of American history and a different pedagogical theme. This podcast focuses on Native Americans of the Colonial Era and Technology Integration in Elementary Schools. Participants in the grant are third, fourth, and fifth grade teachers in Clark County (the greater Las Vegas area), Nevada. Teaching scholars include Drs. Michael Green and Deanna Beachley of the College of Southern Nevada and Dr. Christy Keeler of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. As part of this five week module, teachers meet on campus on two occasions and the remainder of their work is completed online. The culminating experience for the module is participant development of virtual museums. These are asynchronous PowerPoint slideshows that have the appearance of a virtual museum. Users can move throughout the "museum" learning about different aspects of Native Americans in each "room." Grant participants will base their virtual museums on one of ten assigned themes including Native American women, economics, housing, European encounters, impact of western religions, relations between African Americans and Native Americans, slavery, food, cultural exchange, and religions. The video feeds that accompany this podcast are available on iTunes.
By Christy G. Keeler, Ph.D.