K 12 Podcasts

Ed Tech Crew Podcast show

Ed Tech Crew PodcastJoin Now to Follow

The Ed Tech Crew is an Educational Technology podcast which focuses on the use of ICT in education as well as discussing issues, sharing great websites and technologies, and a lot of friendly banter between hosts Tony and Darrel.

By Darrel Branson & Tony Richards

Naked Science Scrapbook show

Naked Science ScrapbookJoin Now to Follow

Drawing out the facts, the Naked Science Scrapbook brings a visual dimension to the world's most mysterious science.

By Sarah Castor-Perry, The Naked Scientists

rethink autism show

rethink autismJoin Now to Follow

Autism tips and practical daily living advice for parents of children with autism. Rethink Autism, Inc. is the first online resource to offer parents and professionals immediate access to effective and affordable ABA-based treatment tools for the growing population affected by autism spectrum disorders.

By rethink autism

Help! I'm A Children's Pastor show

Help! I'm A Children's PastorJoin Now to Follow

Help! I’m A Children’s Pastor (formerly Children’s Ministry Monthly) is a podcast dedicated to the needs of medium to small church Children’s Ministry Pastors, Staff and Volunteers.

By NLCast Network

The Dropout Nation Podcast show

The Dropout Nation PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Coverage of the Reform of American Public Education Edited by RiShawn Biddle. Each week, RiShawn Biddle comments on education reform, advises on how parents can take power and improve education for their children, details the efforts of school reformers such as Phillip Jackson of the Black Star Project and Teach For America, and analyzes education policy issues. Broadcasts every Sunday. Read more at www.dropoutnation.net.

By RiShawn Biddle

The Tia and Tommy Show show

The Tia and Tommy ShowJoin Now to Follow

The Tia and Tommy Show is a podcast for and about kids performed by two kids who are a real-life brother-sister duo. The show entertains and educates with interesting facts, book reviews and stories presented from a kid’s point of view.

By Tia and Tommy

Jen's Teaching Tips show

Jen's Teaching TipsJoin Now to Follow

It may sound easy to teach your native language at first, but when your students don't speak it, and you don't speak your students' language, teaching English gives more of a challenge than you originally thought. Jen provides tips on teaching English as a second language, including how to get a class of silent students to speak, how to get them to understand what they are phonetically reading and how to get them to write and express themselves.

By Jennifer Young

The Teacher's Life Podcast show

The Teacher's Life PodcastJoin Now to Follow

A collaborative effort

By Bobby

Song Shop Video Podcast show

Song Shop Video PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer are launching their first PODCAST and it's for Kids & Families. "It's Better When We Sing It Together" is a sing-along, play-along, laugh-along adventure with some friends that love to play music! You can see it at: http://songshoppodcast.cathymarcy.com/ These multiple Grammy winners are the most highly regarded artists for Kids and Family Music having won more awards and accolades than any other Kids and Family Music performers; they are cherished by millions. And with another Grammy Nomination for Best Traditional Folk Album-2007, they continue to make "as close to flawless folk-bluegrass as it gets" (Billboard Magazine). There are more PODCAST's for Kid's & Families on the way and with our planned Folk and Bluegrass POCASTS; you can expect something for everyone!

By Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer

Education for the Aughts: American School News and Analysis show

Education for the Aughts: American School News and AnalysisJoin Now to Follow

In Education for the Aughts, Matthew K. Tabor discusses issues in K-12 and higher education. He examines: college, law school & medical school admissions; NCLB & testing; teaching; teacher certification; parent & community relations; school law; school boards; & national education trends. Matthew Tabor is an admissions consultant and private educator. He writes out of Cooperstown, New York.

By Matthew K. Tabor