K 12 Podcasts
Teaching can be an emotionally and physically stressful career. Since becoming a teacher 7 years ago, I gained a lot of weight, felt depressed and started getting weekly migraines. This school year I decided to get my health in check. This podcast is dedicated to helping teachers like me feel better from the inside out! Every episode is full of whimsical antics and good times while dishing out the best health and wellness advice out there! :D
By Jessica Martin
At GearPipe.org, our mission is to mobilize musicians and music lovers to donate to music education charities, thereby supporting and giving back to a new generation of musicians. In this podcast, we will speak with people at the forefront of the Music Education Advocacy movement about issues facing the fight to restore music education to its rightful place for America's youth.
By Jeremy Brieske - GearPipe
This half-hour adventure for kids (ages 6-12) follows Lizarardo “Liz” Lacerta and his reptilian friends in the little town of Terrene. In the quest for fun, Liz and his pals often get themselves into trouble! With the help of their parents and other grown-up lizards like Grandpa Anole and Granny Gecko, they wrestle with the challenges and drama of childhood, finding real answers in the Bible. Designed to help children find their own roles in God’s big story, the program is supported by a lively website (kidscorner.net) featuring audio Bible stories, episode devotions, and more.
By ReFrame Ministries
A.J. Juliani shares insights and stories on how to reverse-engineer any goal with a backward design approach. Drawing on years of experience using the backward design process for curriculum and learning development, he talks with experts and leaders who know a lot more than him about succeeding through backward planning in all kinds of areas (business, learning, sports, and life).
By A.J. Juliani
The Princeton Review Vocab Minute is a series of short, easygoing songs that each teach four words in about 60 seconds. Each song is rated for the appropriate grade level. If you can remember the lyrics to every song, but not what the teacher said yesterday, then don't miss these.
By The Princeton Review
Sophie is spending a year studying in France and is improving her French every day by speaking to native speakers. She has agreed to be Radio Lingua's correspondent in Paris and is keeping a video blog of what she learns about the French language and about French culture.
By Radio Lingua Network
Die "Bildungsoffensive 2006", zu der sich Unternehmen wie Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Bonner Akademie, Symantec, AMD, DHL, Digital Publishing und die Zurich Gruppe zusammengeschlossen haben, bietet die mobile Lernstation "EduBook" an. SchÃƒÂ¼ler und Studenten erhalten zum subventionierten Sonderpreis von 998 Euro bei Vorlage eines entsprechenden Nachweises ein hochwertiges Business-Notebook von HP mit Wireless LAN, ein umfangreiches Softwarepaket (darunter Microsoft Office Professional) und zahlreiche Lernprogramme. Insgesamt wÃƒÂ¼rden die Komponenten einzeln rund 1.800 Euro kosten. Die Bestellung ist ÃƒÂ¼ber die Telefon-Hotline 0900/135 45 51-1 und im Online-Shop auf [www.bildungsoffensive2006.de] mÃƒÂ¶glich.
By Bildungsoffensive 2006
Learn Italian with Gian Luca and Lorraine as they teach you the basics of Italian. In this podcast you'll be learning just enough Italian to get by on a holiday or business trip to Italy - and to impress Italian speakers everywhere! Each lesson includes just over one minute of language-learning content, so there's no excuse not to learn! Remember - even a few phrases of a language can help you make friends and enjoy travel more.
By Radio Lingua Network