Education Podcasts

HAGiPOD Stage 1 show

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HAGiPOD Stage 1 is a series of fun, comprehensive, self-learning resources designed for advanced beginners. The course content is based on the Course of Study, Japanese: Second Language, published by the Curriculum Council of Western Australia.

By Noburo Hagiwara

#NerdyCast show

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This is an education podcast featuring some of the smartest and funniest people in education. We are going to talk education, technology and pop culture.

By Nicholas Provenzano

Agile NYC show

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Jochen (Joe) Krebs speaks with industry experts and local practitioners who present at the Agile NYC user group, the largest and most active user group in the tri-state area about all things agile. Our monthly user group meetings as well as the annual 1-day Agile Day conference highlights a variety of agile topics and formats, for example presentations, open space conference, lightning talks, pecha kucha, panels and keynotes. This podcast serves as platform to connect our attendees as well as others interested but too far away to visit us in person.

By Jochen Krebs

28 Days of Black History Makers show

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From actors to athletes, divas to comedians, poets to politicians, these are the African American figures who have helped shape the face of our nation. And throughout the month of February, we’re honoring them with encore presentations of their most compelling interviews. Welcome to “28 Days of Black History Makers on BlogTalkRadio,” presented by AT&T. And be sure to tune in Monday, Feb. 28 as we cap off the series with a two-hour special event titled "Day 28: Go Tell It Live." Hosted by Janice Malone and Darryl Williams, the show gets under way at 8 p.m. ET.

By BlackHistoryMakers

Diseases of the Human Body, 5th Edition show

Diseases of the Human Body, 5th EditionJoin Now to Follow

Overview of materials from the book as well as tips to aid students in remembering and understanding content.

By F.A. Davis

The Well: Sermon Audio show

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We generally teach directly from Scripture in an expositional style. This feed is an archive of past sermons.

By The Well Community Church

The New School News » Research Radio show

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Research Radio is a podcast series that tells stories of academic enquiry at The New School. Our faculty and students have been asking questions for years--it's about time we shared the answers they're finding.

By Kasia Broussalian

The George Washington University - University Counseling Center show

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The GW University Counseling Center offers a broad range of services to help students with academic and personal issues as they pursue their degrees.

By The George Washington University

The Gist of Freedom   Preserving American History through Black Literature . . . show

The Gist of Freedom Preserving American History through Black Literature . . .Join Now to Follow

Join us Sunday & Thursday @ 8 PM The Gist of Freedom weekly live online discussion is a celebration of the African American experience—honoring all the people, past and present, black and white—who have determined to preserve history in literature, craftsmanship and artifact.

By The Gist of Freedom

Deep Soul Dive: Conversations on Living Whole-Hearted show

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Twice-monthly conversations on cultivating the qualities of living whole-hearted. Visit http://www.maggiehollinbeck.com/deep-soul-dive-2013 for the schedule of monthly themes.

By Maggie Hollinbeck