K 12 Podcasts
Educators have lots of questions about how edtech can accelerate teaching and learning. What’s not easy to find are reliable answers. “Your Edtech Questions,” the new podcast from the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE), tackles critical questions at the juncture of edtech research and classroom practice. In each episode, Zac Chase, PK-12 language arts coordinator at St. Vrain Valley Schools in Colorado, and Amal Giknis, an English teacher at Philadelphia's Science Leadership Academy, turn your edtech questions into edtech answers with the help of an ISTE expert. As the hosts plunge into real questions from real teachers in each episode, you’ll get an in-depth understanding of the issue along with authentic classroom solutions. And you can count on the advice, since ISTE has opened up its networks and resources, and provided unprecedented access to the leading edtech experts. If you’re an educator looking for reliable professional development on critical edtech topics, “Your Edtech Questions” is the podcast for you!
You think differently when it comes to teaching. You understand that the power of education is a pathway to a certain quality of life. You understand the impact a STEM education can have on a student. And you don’t take that responsibility for granted. You -- the school administrator, emerging leader, educational influencer, the parent -- want to inspire the next generation of innovators through the power of education. This show focuses on empowering our network and beyond with practical insights, inspirational messages, and an inside look into how to create transformative learning experiences for PreK-12 across the U.S.
By Project Lead The Way
Welcome to Stories from the Ridge, where we share stories from our alumni, faculty, and friends. We'll hear about a variety of topics all anchored in honor, truth, and duty and the special bond of brotherhood shared amongst the McCallie family.
By McCallie School
This podcast is your window into the work happening behind the scenes of Blue Valley Schools. Superintendent Dr. Tonya Merrigan, along with our amazing district leaders, will host a variety of guests to talk about a variety of subjects. It's a conversation about what we're doing here at Blue Valley Schools and how we're striving to make every day a #BVBestDay for our students, staff and community.
By Dr. Tonya Merrigan & District Staff
Are you a teacher looking for new ways to engage your students in learning each day? You need some fresh ideas for your classroom? Join Ashley Marquez, third grade teacher and curriculum designer, along with special teacher guests as she shares teaching tips, classroom ideas, and every day motivation. Whether you are looking for successful classroom management strategies, ways to engage your students, organizational ideas for your classroom, or ways to implement teacher self care this is the podcast for you! Tune in to episodes and get inspired.
By Ashley Marquez
The #EduDuctTape Podcast, hosted by Jake Miller, focuses on viewing #edtech as a tool used to meet goals, address learning standards, and solve problems in the classroom, much as duct tape is used as a tool that solves a plethora of problems in our lives. In each episode, Jake sits down with a different inspiring guest to share and discuss some awesome ideas for using tech in the classroom!
By Jake Miller
The Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) is a not-for-profit, professional association serving more than 2,900 building level administrators in Indiana. IASP provides professional growth and advocacy opportunities. Our podcasts are just one of many ways we support principals and other school administrators in their quest to lead educational achievement.
By Indiana Association of Schoo Principals (IASP)
This is the Reading Teachers Lounge where listeners can eavesdrop on professional conversations between elementary reading teachers. We are passionate about literacy and strive to find strategies to reach all learners. Shannon and Mary are neighbors who realized that they were “literacy soul sisters” at a dinner in their Atlanta neighborhood. Once they started chatting about reading they haven’t really stopped. Come join the conversation.
By Shannon Betts and Mary Saghafi