K 12 Podcasts
The "HPE Quick Tips Podcast" shares one amazing tip for health and physical education teachers each and every episode. The goal of the show is to give our listeners something that they can digest, analyze, and implement into their classes right away!!!
By Charlie Rizzuto
Join us biweekly as we open up our collaborative conversations with each other. During these sessions, we'll discuss selling on Teachers Pay Teachers, marketing techniques, and ways to save time/stay sane!
By Angela Yorgey and April Smith
The Center for Youth Ministry Training is excited to announce receiving a $1.1 million grant from the Lilly Endowment Inc. for the Innovation Laboratory for Youth Ministry. This grant will empower CYMT to create a research-based incubator for innovation in youth ministry during the next 3 years. This podcast will follow that journey of innovation for the lab and the local church. Youth ministry is in need of revival. This podcast is dedicated to following a team of people committed to the process of theological innovation for the local church. Youth pastors, student ministers, youth workers, practical theologians, and congregations will journey into what youth ministry could be.
By Youth Ministry Booster
Homeschooling well, whether classical, eclectic, Charlotte Mason, or any variation, is about the mother showing up and modeling attention, cheerfulness, and resilience. Turns out that to homeschool is to be educated, not just educate. The Convivial Homeschool podcast will help you keep your head in the game cheerfully, patiently, and engagingly, because moms are the most important part of any homeschool day.
By Mystie Winckler
The Classical Academies is an organization of award-winning, tuition-free, Certified California Public Charter Schools serving North San Diego County since 1999. With over 4,500 students in grades TK-12, the schools are making a tremendous impact as they reinvent public education. "Partnering With Parents" is here to educating, educate, encourage, and support parents in their role as the primary educator.
By The Classical Academies