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The Digital Learning Transition show

The Digital Learning TransitionJoin Now to Follow

A Massive Open Online Course for Educators (MOOC-Ed)

By Glenn Kleiman and Mary Ann Wolf

Education Next » Ed Next Book Club show

Education Next » Ed Next Book ClubJoin Now to Follow

Education Next is a journal of opinion and research about education policy. Our podcasts include stories, interviews, and discussions of the latest developments in education policy. The Education Next Book Club features in-depth interviews by Mike Petrilli with authors of new and classic books about education. For more information visit educationnext.org

By Education Next

The Math Dude:  Algebra 1 show

The Math Dude: Algebra 1Join Now to Follow

In the world of virtual reality, anything can happen. Watch The Math Dude, the new MCPS video series that helps middle and high school students improve their Algebra skills.

By Montgomery County Public Schools

Education Next show

Education NextJoin Now to Follow

Education Next is a journal of opinion and research about education policy. Our podcasts include stories, interviews, and discussions of the latest developments in education policy. <br> <br> The Education Next Book Club features in-depth interviews by Mike Petrilli with authors of new and classic books about education.<br> <br> For more information visit educationnext.org

By Education Next

Education Reform - Extreme Wisdom's Take on Education show

Education Reform - Extreme Wisdom's Take on EducationJoin Now to Follow

The Podcasts under this feed are either interviews or commentary on why America needs to radically reform its Education System. It's time to Fund Children, Not Bureaucracies.

By Bruno Behrend

The Journal of American History Podcast show

The Journal of American History PodcastJoin Now to Follow

The Journal of American History Podcast features interviews with our authors and conversations with authors whose books on American history have won awards. Episodes are in MP3 format and will be released in the month preceding each Journal of American History (February, May, August and November). Published quarterly by the Organization of American Historians, the Journal of American History is the leading scholarly publication in the field of U.S. history and is well known as the major resource for the study, investigation, and teaching of our nation's past. For more information visit our website at http://www.journalaofamericanhistory.org/podcast and http://www.oah.org/ or email us at jahcast@oah.org.

By The Journal of American History

Classical Music in America show

Classical Music in AmericaJoin Now to Follow

Nationally-recognized NPR Morning Edition music commentator Miles Hoffman (and NSO alumn) takes us on a tour through classical music in the United States from the 1720s to today. In this 3-part series, follow the development and impact of classical music in the United States from its humble beginnings in the new colonies through its role in concert halls and Hollywood in the 20th century, to discover how this European tradition helped shape, and in turn was shaped by, American culture, composers and musicians. ARTSEDGE, the Kennedy Center’s arts education network, supports the creative use of technology to enhance teaching and learning in, through, and about the arts, offering free, standards-based teaching materials for use in and out of the classroom, media-rich interactive experiences, professional development resources, and guidelines for arts-based instruction and assessment. Visit ARTSEDGE at artsedge.kennedy-center.org.

By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network

Arabesque: Music of the Arab World show

Arabesque: Music of the Arab WorldJoin Now to Follow

In this series, Georges Collinet, host of NPR’s Afropop Worldwide, explores the rich history and culture of the music of the Arab World. Arabic musicians and scholars demonstrate the sounds of string, wind and percussion instruments that directly influenced the development of musical instruments common to the modern Western world. The importance of universal musical concepts, such as improvisation, ornamentation and audience participation are discussed in the context of the Arab World, as are the ideas of musical nationality and folk tradition in the face of modern cultural globalization. ARTSEDGE, the Kennedy Center’s arts education network, supports the creative use of technology to enhance teaching and learning in, through, and about the arts, offering free, standards-based teaching materials for use in and out of the classroom, media-rich interactive experiences, professional development resources, and guidelines for arts-based instruction and assessment. Visit ARTSEDGE at artsedge.kennedy-center.org.

By ARTSEDGE: The Kennedy Center's Arts Education Network

Family Confidential: Secrets of Successful Parenting with Annie Fox, M.Ed. show

Family Confidential: Secrets of Successful Parenting with Annie Fox, M.Ed.Join Now to Follow

Family Confidential: Secrets of Successful Parenting is a biweekly podcast that focuses on 21st century parenting challenges and solutions. Hosted by Annie Fox and produced by Electric Eggplant, Family Confidential brings you practical parenting advice through in-depth conversations with authors, educators and therapists. If you're a parent of a tween or teen, this series is for you. In fact, you can become part of the series by sending in your parenting questions and getting direct answers. These recorded discussions help parents strengthen family connections by providing tips, child-rearing insight and practical tools for guiding your kids through the teen years and beyond. FamilyConfidential.com

By Annie Fox, M.Ed.

HHMI's Holiday Lectures on Science show

HHMI's Holiday Lectures on ScienceJoin Now to Follow

HHMI's Holiday Lectures on Science The Howard Hughes Medical Institute is a philanthropy that supports biomedical research and science education. As part of its mission to strengthen science education, the Institute presents the Holiday Lectures on Science, an annual series that brings the latest developments in a rapidly moving field of research into the classroom. These lectures are videotaped and technical, but even the lay person can learn from them. Audio files are available, but you do lose the visual aids. However, they are still useable. Previous subjects have included, dengue, RNA, and the idea of quorum sensing which is how bacteria decide when to attack, or fireflies coordinate their flashing sequence.

By Howard Hughes Medical Institute