K 12 Podcasts
In this English Podcast we teach you English phrasal verbs by first explaining what the phrasal verb means, then providing an alternative way to use the phrasal verb. Later, you will hear to examples of how it is used in a real situation to better understand the meaning.
By Amy Whitney & Curtis Davies: Conversational English Teachers
Carrie Clark, a speech-language pathologist from Columbia, Missouri, offers resources, information, and activities for speech therapists and parents of children with speech and language development and delays. While Carrie's materials will provide great information for speech therapists, they will also empower families to use fun and easy activities to improve their child's speech and language skills at home. Activities and information cover a range of ages, ability levels, and disabilities. Topics covered include: articulation, apraxia, phonology, language, late talkers, alternative/augmentative communication (AAC), autism, stuttering, reading, social skills, down syndrome, following directions, answering questions, grammar, etc. Educators and other professionals will also love this easy-to-follow information and the step-by-step guides.
By Carrie Clark, Speech-Language Pathologist
The Arts of Language Podcast, with Institute for Excellence in Writing’s founder Andrew Pudewa, is a weekly podcast to support teachers of writing composition. Our goal is to equip teachers and teaching parents with methods and materials which will aid them in training their students to become confident and competent communicators and thinkers. - For Show Notes and Information about this podcast, visit https://IEW.com/Podcast
By IEW (Andrew Pudewa)
It’s easy to get caught up in the day to day necessities of life. Each day can bring obstacles to overcome, hardship and events that bring laughter and joy to our hearts. But, do we realize that each and every moment of every day is filled with blessings. Those blessings may look different and may cause a myriad of emotions, but we can rejoice in each finding the beauty and love we are called to receive and share from others.
By Rebecca Brandt
The show will be focusing on the biblical truths surrounding the importance of speaking life-giving words no matter the circumstance. This information will be relevant for new believers as well as the seasoned saints as no one has their tongue under control. But the good news? God has blessed us with His powerful, life-giving word to speak life in situations where there seems to be no hope.
By Michael and Carlie Kercheval
This show is for mathematics educators who want to hear about the latest ideas and resources that are available. Each episode we will be interviewing someone from the Math-Ed community who has a unique insight into what a great math class looks like.
By MathEd Out
House of #EdTech features conversations with teachers, leaders, and creators so you can more effectively integrate technology, strengthen your pedagogy, and have more confidence in your classroom and school so you can make an impact. Chris Nesi has been helping educators like you transform education by exploring the impact technology is having on education.
By Christopher J. Nesi - Education Podcast Network
You’ve made the commitment. You’ve caught the vision. You want to serve God in every aspect of your family life— but sometimes it’s hard to put feet on that vision! How do you get from principle to practice? What does it look like when you get there? How do you apply Scriptural truth in a 21st century family? This is “Making Biblical Family Life Practical,” with Hal and Melanie Young. With humorous banter, laser beam insight, and lots of practical advice, Hal and Melanie address real world issues, current events, marriage, parenting, raising sons, and family life. They’ll encourage and inspire you to walk out the Word of God in your family — and work toward reforming our culture, too. Monday nights at 9 Eastern. Don’t miss it!
By Hal Young and Melanie Young
Talks with Teachers brings you the stories and inspiration behind America's great English educators. Each episode features a master ELA/Literacy/English teacher sharing what worked, what didn't and the wisdom gained from their years of classroom experience. Intended to boost morale and help teachers find joy and purpose, Talks with Teachers is a great resource for K-12 English, Literacy, and ELA teachers
By Brian Sztabnik: English Teacher, Blogger, Podcaster