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iDigitalClassroom is a reliable source of first-class remote learning and remote work resources where eLearning content creators and remote technology providers are empowered by providing insight from a user perspective to enable the production of engagement tools and resources. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/digitalclassroom/support
 
Welcome to the podcast where two British ex-examiners sit down every week to discuss all thing IELTS. It doesn't matter if you are new to IELTS or have been struggling to achieve your band scores for a long time, Nick and Shelly will help you complete your IELTS journey in the least painful way possible. So, if you are looking for two teachers who offer clear practical advice about how to prepare for the IELTS test, have over 30-years teaching experience, and are both ex-examiners, then you ...
 
A weekly podcast for language teachers and learners hosted by Dr. Liam Printer talking all things education, languages, motivation and engagement; linking current educational research to your classroom practice and providing a few ideas for some easy to implement, zero-prep, motivational strategies you can try out right away! Join the conversation on social media using #MotivatedClassroom. I'd love to know what you think so please get in touch. Full programme notes available on my website: w ...
 
The Classroom Collaborative Teacher Podcast is a show about teaching, classroom, and education. Join Deedee Wills and Adam Peterson we tackle new classroom tips and tricks in every episode. Our hearts are centered in primary education with our years of experience in Pre-K, kindergarten, first-grade, and second-grade classrooms, but we also connect with outside experts and teachers throughout the K-12 professional development. This teacher podcast is for you! Support this podcast: https://anc ...
 
Join Erick and Professor Ron in “the classroom” where we will be learning from some of the most influential books and documents ever written on the subject of political philosophy. Most importantly, we will discover their relevance to our world today. From “The Prince” to “The Declaration of Independence”, learn how these classic texts are speaking to us now more than ever.
 
Bringing a punk rock mindset to the classroom! Schools need passion, community, and some DIY attitude! Each week Mike Earnshaw (principal from Illinois) and Josh Buckley (teacher from Arizona) will discuss how punk rock shaped their education philosophy and show educators, punk or not, how they can bring a punk rock mindset into their classrooms and their schools!
 
The Conscious Classroom with host Amy Edelstein explores the world of mindfulness in education. Amy will share best classroom tools and practices for adolescents, why teaching students about perspectives, worldviews, and context is as important as teaching classic stress reduction tools including breath, body scan, and open awareness mindfulness techniques. We'll look at trauma sensitive approaches, systems thinking, social emotional skills and how to empower teens and support mental wellnes ...
 
A podcast dedicated to every teacher who has ever thought about stepping away from the classroom. Hosted by a former classroom teacher of twenty years, guests bring hope and inspiration to listeners by sharing their personal success stories of transitioning to a new career.
 
Slow Chinese Learn Chinese Chinesisch Lernen nihao, I have been teaching Chinese in China and in various institutions in Switzerland for over 20 years. My major is Chinese Language and Literature in Education and also have a Master degree in Educational Management from UK. I am from Beijing. Currently I live in Switzerland. I enjoy teaching Chinese. I do hope, my Podcast will help you improve your Chinese.
 
Classroom Crush is a podcast hosted by Rebecca Bulnes about the heartbreaking, embarrassing, formative memories of childhood crushes. Every week Rebecca talks to an interesting guest about one of their most memorable crushes from elementary to high school, and also one of her own crushes because she needs to figure out when/why it all went wrong.
 
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Get a sneak peek of what you can expect during season 6 of the Chromebook Classroom Podcast! For show notes and resources on teaching with Chromebooks, visit http://chrmbook.com/podcast ----------------------------- Thanks for tuning into the Chromebook Classroom Podcast! If you enjoyed today's episode, I would appreciate your honest rating and rev…
 
Some musicians slide right into a symphony orchestra position like [insert image of smiling child on slide]. Joel Dallow is not one of those musicians. It took him five years of intense work (on top of all of the work he'd already done as a student at the Peabody Conservatory and as a freelancer, etc., etc.,) to get the position he's occupied in th…
 
On this episode of the Comrades Classroom Podcast, we sat down with the hosts of the podcast 'Building Our Power' to talk about the process of political education and the state of political consciousness on the Western Left. Subscribe, leave a review, and share with the homies—we appreciate everyone's support thus far. If you fuck with the work we …
 
It is essential to understand what could go wrong in a system and to use mitigation action to protect the system from potential threats. In recent weeks you may have heard of an incident that explained why there is a need to take a defensive approach to protect your digital assets and infrastructures. The incident is that of Kaseya. Wired.com repor…
 
Nothing is more rewarding as a teacher than working with an exam class that is motivated to learn and improve. But, when are you ready as a teacher to start teaching exam classes? And, more importantly, once you are ready how do you start planning your classes? There is no one way how to teach IELTS, but in today's podcast, Nick and I go through th…
 
Some people say that it’s better to ask forgiveness than to ask permission but I disagree. In my experience, it’s often best to try new things by getting the support of leadership. If they are skeptical, simply use the word “pilot.” Administrators love the word “pilot,” because it lets them off the hook. It says, “this is an experiment and we’ll se…
 
Our fourth essential element of Cooperative Learning is the explicit teaching of Social Skills. Adam, Derrick, and Aaron continue this miniseries by discussing ways to observe the different types of social skills in the classroom. http://www.co-operation.org/ Cooperative Learning Institute on Twitter…
 
Deedee is joined by Marsha McGuire to discuss fine motor skills in kindergarten. Marsha shares some ideas that every teacher can incorporate into their daily instruction that will strengthen students' fine motor skills. Grab your exclusive Podcast Free file: Podcast Free File Where can you find Marsha?: Differentiated Kindergarten Blog Follow her o…
 
The Declaration of Independence is the most iconic/controversial document in the American history. Penned by Thomas Jefferson in 1776, the document didn't just declare what America was about at the time of independence, it also declared what America posterity will be about. In order to understand this document, we want to understand how America cam…
 
Ep. 48 of The #MotivatedClassroom marks the podcast's 1-Year anniversary with a jam-packed programme on 'motivational strategies', the research behind them and how we can apply these strategies to our classrooms using minimum prep activities. This is an episode not to be missed for any languages teachers who want a more motivated classroom! Full pr…
 
In this episode, Kate is joined by MCP Program Director Debbie Menard to explore classroom set-up and systems that can help facilitate blended, self-paced, mastery-based learning. Show Notes Adhesive white board Headphone splitters Trauma-Informed Teaching in a Modern Classroom Ask MCP Follow us online and learn more: Modern Classrooms: @modernclas…
 
Elena Dickinson is a former teacher, current school psychologist, and now blogger with insights on how to leave the classroom for good. Originally from Houston, Elena started her career in education as a bilingual second grade teacher and worked in a Title 1 school for three years. She then worked in multiple school districts in the Houston area as…
 
In this episode, Amy Edelstein talks about why pursuing happiness is not selfish. She looks at what happiness is, why caring about our own happiness and the happiness of others is foundational to creating a positive learning environment, and how to shift students' orientation so they care about the well being of the classroom community. In this ses…
 
One of the UK's best-loved author illustrators, Lauren Child, spends an uplifting half hour with Helen, discussing her own characters, what it means to illustrate other people's words, and how to spot a good idea when it comes to you. A resources pack, including teaching notes, planning sheets, working wall elements and more is available to support…
 
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