K 12 Podcasts
A.J., Graeme, and Thomas discuss everything having to do with the classical world. Our aim is to help both educators and laypeople enjoy the classical world as much as they enjoy fine ales and good tales.
By A.J. Hanenburg, Graeme Donaldson, and Thomas Magbee
Learning and leadership evolve but what remains constant are school professionals who believe in student success. As Stephen Covey and Bud Spillane often said, “The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.” In a school setting, that means kids. This podcast journey is an opportunity to meet educators who love what they do and affect positive change in their school community.
By Fairfax Network, Fairfax County Public Schools
Roadschool Moms is a weekly podcast ministry to connect, encourage and inspire women from wherever in the world they are. Join Mary Beth Goff and Holly Giles as they share parenting and homeschool information from their Christian perspective. Mary Beth shares her adventures from behind the wheel of an RV currently traveling full-time in America's backyard. A solo homeschooling mom of four, she pairs education with adventure for roadschool lessons created by the Road Trip Teacher. Holly shares experiences from her back porch in Central Florida. She and her husband homeschool their two boys with challenges through interest-led learning in the great outdoors. Roadschool adventures at The Giles Frontier happen daily, no RV needed. Together, these veteran moms bring their sweet and sassy personalities to the forefront as they share what is most important in parenting, learning adventures, and life.
By Mary Beth Goff and Holly Giles
From the Suzuki Association of the Americas, and hosted by Margaret Watts Romney, Building Noble Hearts is a podcast exploring the learning environments in which children, parents, and teachers gain new knowledge and are encouraged to become fine individuals. Based on commentary and interviews with members of the teaching community inspired by humanitarian violinist Shinichi Suzuki, we examine themes of good teaching everywhere such as listening, community, creativity, and more.
By Suzuki Association of the Americas
William D. Parker from the Principal Matters Podcast reveals his school leadership strategies, insights from other leaders, and practical tips so that you can have the tools to achieve your own goals. Rediscover healthy motivation, resolve conflicts and challenges, maximize your communication, grow your instructional abilities, and learn to streamline responsibilities—all while building positive communities among your team members, students, parents, and patrons. A former teacher of the year and Oklahoma assistant principal of the year, he is also an author, blogger, speaker and education consultant. The former Principal of Skiatook High School, near Tulsa, Oklahoma and the Founder of Principal Matters, LLC, he also serves as the Executive Director for OASSP/OMLEA - state associations proudly supporting secondary leaders and middle level educators. He and his wife Missy are the proud parents of four children: 3 girls and 1 boy. When he is not serving his members and family, he is a sought-after keynote speaker for principal conferences and leadership seminars. He has learned to leverage his lessons through growing in-person and online communities. Listen in for motivation to create incredible momentum in your school community.
By William D. Parker: Principal, Author, Speaker and Blogger
Welcome to the Punk Rock Preschool Podcast where we are changing the world one classroom at a time -- that classroom is your classroom! You are a rock star. As a teacher, your impact echoes out and creates an impact that can change the world. Together, we are going to reimagine the the perfect ECE classroom because your children deserve the absolute best. In today's world, a child with a passion and a love of learning can grow up to be anyone and anything they want to be. Imagine how much a passionate child can learn with the knowledge available on the internet. Imagine how much a passionate child can accomplish with direction and purpose at a young age. And imagine how much a passionate child can change the world with a head start on discovering what he or she loves. The possibilities are limitless! On the Punk Rock Preschool Podcast, we will discuss the most innovative, inspiring, and empowering strategies for you to create the classroom of your dreams! With incredible guests from every field and outside-the-box thinking, your classroom will be the place to be! Students will be banging down the classroom door every morning and leaving with a FOMO for school every afternoon! Once we allow ourselves to reimagine a classroom that doesn't just instruct or educate, but rather inspires and empowers, we have entered into life-changing territory. Early childhood is the time to dream big, imagine new potentials, and introduce children to the world of possibilities that exists for each and everyone of them. If you can dream it, they can do it. A child's potential is as infinite as their imaginations! The philosophy behind Punk Rock Preschool is simple -- inspire kids to pursue their biggest & wildest dreams. We must reshape expectations so students know that they can do anything they set their minds to, whether it is "developmentally appropriate" or not. On this podcast, we will discuss how to give your students the tools and strategies to discover their passions and achieve their dreams! Through interviews, insights, and intuition, you can empower your students with knowledge, passions, mindsets, habits, and much more to make their big & wild ambitions comes true. A child's potential is only limited by our own imaginations. This is why we must dream big. If students are sponges, it’s time to help them absorb all they can. On the Punk Rock Preschool Podcast, get the most unique perspectives on rethinking preschool, pre-k, ECE, Kindergarten, and education in general so you can challenge and excite your classroom every day. Subscribe now and join me on this adventure as we rethink preschool together!
By Jarred Geller, Punk Rock Preschool
It is my great pleasure to publish this weekly podcast that supplements my book "Hacking Engagement". Listen and get creative ideas on how to engage students tomorrow! Please visit my website: <a href="http://jamesalansturtevant.com/" rel="noopener">http://jamesalansturtevant.com/</a> And...for a cornucopia of teacher empowerment resources, visit: <a href="http://hacklearning.org/" rel="noopener">http://hacklearning.org/</a>
By James Sturtevant