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찾을 수있는 최고의 Teaching 팟 캐스트
교사가되는 것은 매우 도전적이고 책임감있는 일입니다. 좋은 선생님이 되려면 자신의 지식을 스스로 개발하고 업그레이드해야합니다. 팟캐스트를 듣는 것은 세미나 및 워크샵에 참석할 시간이 부족하더라도 교사가 지식을 업그레이드하는 데 도움이 될 수 있습니다. 여기서는 다양하고 효과적인 교수법, 교수법 및 학습 방법에 대해 논의하는 고품질의 팟캐스트를 찾을 수 있습니다. 또한 교사가 학생들의 학습 요구를 충족시키는 데 도움이되는 교수 전략의 많은 예를 찾을 수 있습니다. 또한 교사가 수업 계획, 학생 평가, 신뢰할 수있는 시험 설계 및 어려운 학생을 다루는 과정에서 도움이 될 수있는 팟캐스트가 있습니다. 몇몇 호스트들은 경험이 풍부한 교사들에게 게임 및 기타 교실 활동을위한 아이디어뿐만 아니라 효과적인 교실 관리를위한 교수법 및 기술을 공유하도록 권장합니다. 홈 스쿨링에 관해서, 홈 스쿨 교사와 학생들에게 자원을 제공하는 팟캐스트가 있습니다.
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Oprah Winfrey is delighted to introduce a new weekly podcast series from one of the great spiritual thinkers of our time: Eckhart Tolle. Eckhart’s wisdom will help you learn to quiet your mind, separate your ego from your true self and live a fully present life. Essential Teachings by Eckhart will provide a path to discover an enlightened state of consciousness. Oprah says Eckhart transformed her life and hopes these Essential Teachings will inspire you to seek your own higher purpose.
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The teachings of Jesus lead us to a better, fuller life. This was true in the ancient world where Jesus first taught, and it’s still true today. But what does it mean to actually practice the way of Jesus in today’s complex, secular world? In this podcast by Practicing the Way, John Mark Comer responds to that important question through his teachings at Bridgetown Church in Portland, Oregon. Join us as John Mark provides practical insight on how you can be with Jesus, become like Him and do ...
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It's time to reignite your passion for teaching! Triple R Teaching provides simple strategies and practical tips for PreK-grade 3 educators. Anna Geiger, M.Ed., author of Reach All Readers, will show you how to make small changes to improve how you teach literacy concepts. Look forward to episodes about Anna's transition from balanced literacy to the science of reading, and expect episodes that will help you understand the research while giving you practical tips that you can implement today ...
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Weekly teaching right from the King James Bible. Podcasts will include roundtable discussions on scripture with family, friends, church bible studies or just strict teaching from Tim MacDonald. I pray at the very minimum that these recordings give you insight on what is going on in the scriptures and get you thinking more on God!
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Teaching While Queer is a space for 2SLGBTQIA+ educational professionals to share their stories working in academia. We dive into our experiences as students and how that informed our work in academia as adults. Episodes are released every other week from August to May.
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This podcast is for teachers who are passionate about working with multilingual learners. Some links are Amazon Affiliate links. The podcast receives a tiny commission at no expense to buyers.
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Teaching Today

Center for Professional Education of Teachers

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Teaching Today is brought to you by The Center for Professional Education of Teachers (CPET) at Teachers College, Columbia University. In conversation with teachers, researchers, and school leaders, we’re dedicated to breaking down the problems, policies, and promising practices that define teaching. Uniting theory and practice, CPET promotes rigorous and relevant scholarship, and is committed to making excellent education accessible worldwide.
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Let's Talk Teaching

Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology at Illinois State University

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A podcast exploring topics about teaching and professional development for faculty and instructors. Find out more at ProDev.IllinoisState.edu.
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In the news this week: NHS England agrees to review its trans policies following the Cass Review, schools across Devon and Cornwall have been accused of misrepresenting equality law, and a poll reveals the scale of public opposition to the Scottish Government’s new hate crime legislation.You can download the video via this link. Featured stories NH…
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Geraldine Woods - Grammarian in the City: Snarky Remarks on Language I See and Hear in New York City. This is episode 670 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Geraldine Woods has taught every level of English from 5th grade through adult writing classes. She’s the author of more than 50 books, including English Grammar for Dummies, 3…
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***A MUST LISTEN**** Roundtable bible study discussion with Shady Grove Missionary Baptist. In this episode we continue our study on Suffering. God moved wonderful in this study and its been such a blessing to dive in deeper into Gods word and why he suffered what he did for us!! For sound gospel preaching, please check out The Gospel Truth Podcast…
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Title: The anger of Cain This Episode is from The Bible Series 256. I believe this series will be a tremendous blessing to you. This series is an edited version of an ongoing, twice weekly, live, online broadcast I am doing for ARISE BROADCAST Nigeria, hosted by my brother and his wife, Pst and Deaconess Kunle Fenojo. I used PPT teaching aids durin…
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This time of the year brings on a LOT of stress. You’ve got testing around the corner, assessments, standards that need to be taught before the end of year, field trips, and so much more! So it’s important to have strategies in your toolbox to help prevent feeling overwhelmed and getting stressed when you need to be focused. In this episode we are …
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Teaching While Queer, Season 2, Episode 30 When Zachary Zahand (he/him), a dynamic middle school theater teacher, stepped into my studio, I knew we were about to embark on a profound exploration of queer education and identity. Together, we unravel Zachary's colorful tapestry of experiences, from the shift in teaching environments to the layers of …
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Learning to teach math teachers better with Dr. Kyle Whipple, Associate Professor of Education for Equity and Justice at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Dr. Enrique Ortiz, Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Central Florida, Alexa Lee-Hassan, Learning Sciences Graduate Student and Mathematics Education Lecturer at the Un…
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Educators have an important job: getting students — the next group of leaders — ready for the future. Our guests this week — Lisa Dughi, CEO of NAF, a national education non-profit that works to prepare students for a life of upward mobility and success; and Collette Smith, Founder of Believe N You, which works with schools in underserved communiti…
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When we get feedback about our teaching, how do we take it? What if it's really straightforward, direct, and a little brutal? How do we view this? In this episode, Julie talks about some difficult feedback she received about her teaching. She then breaks it apart and discusses how she felt, how she handled it, and how, in the end, it turned out to …
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164: Dr. Lorraine Hammond describes a whole-school approach to teaching vocabulary and explains how teachers can teach writing at the same time. What a powerful and efficient way to build vocabulary and writing skills! Click here for the show notes from this episode. Pre-order my book, Reach All Readers, and get access to my science of reading mini…
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WHAT COMES NEXT? Message by Guest Speaker Chris Chase – April 7, 2024 John 20:19-31 (NIV) On the evening of that first day of the week, when the disciples were together, with the doors locked for fear of the Jewish leaders, Jesus came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you!” After he said this, he showed them his… Read more...…
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It may be a useful exercise to entertain a few wild speculations about what could happen during the imminent solar eclipse. There is enough circumstantial evidence that strange plots are afoot to justify a warning to the wise: be prepared for anything. And since we are now in an unprecedented historic moment, on the brink of the end of the age, Pan…
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We all know that God wants us to be responsible with the wealth He has blessed us with. But how exactly can we understand His plan for wealth management? In Luke 16:11, God promises us that if we are faithful stewards of our resources, He will bless us with even greater wealth. In this message, we will explore God's promise and plan for us regardin…
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Today it is my great pleasure to share a snippet of a conversation that I recently had with Ian Timbrell. He is a former teacher who now spends his time ensuring that no student has to go through the challenges that he faced at school. We all want schools to be places where students are seen and valued and we all want schools that are more diverse …
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Pastor Doug kicks off our newest sermon series, Images of the Holy Spirit. This week focuses on the image of the dove. Reflection Questions: How does thinking of the Holy Spirit as a dove, impact how I see Him? Where is my life currently not be a place where a dove could rest? What steps could I take to change that? How is the Holy Spirit working i…
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In this episode, Dr. Gregg Watson and Dr. Paul Kelly talk about understanding scripture within the broader context. They emphasize the importance of grasping the big picture before delving into the details, dissecting every verse can sometimes obscure the author's intended message. Using the analogy of the armor of God from Ephesians, they illustra…
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Welcome to episode 3 of series 3 of our podcast. In this episode, we ask the question: do I need to sound like a 'native speaker'? After discussing what we mean by native and non-native speakers of English, we have a conversation with Professor Jenny Jenkins, emeritus professor of Global Englishes. Jenny argues that 'native English' is a loaded and…
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https://amzn.to/3VvNeNh Decades of research (Wright, 2016), and the experience of millions of educators, make one thing abundantly clear about the modern classroom: students need to talk about their learning. Engaging students in small-group, academic conversations is one of the most effective ways to: enhance comprehension reduce misbehavior build…
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Dr. Julia Rogers and Mr. Abel Reyes discuss their collaborative partnership between the College of Nursing and the College of Engineering, computer science department, to develop this tutorial. Through this collaboration, the authors developed, evaluated, and refined a 3D AR visualization tool for advanced pathophysiology. An iterative design was u…
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We've all heard the phrase "best practices" in regards to teaching... but how, exactly, do we define what "best" means? In this episode, Dr. Jen Friberg, the Center's director of scholarly teaching, joins Jim Gee to unpack that phrase and unearth its potential pitfalls. Instead, they explore concepts behind Evidence-Based Pedagogy, one dimension of…
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"Godliness is possible, but it is not natural." John Mark discusses some of the foundational ideas from his new book: Practicing the Way: Be with Jesus, Become Like Jesus, Do as He Did. John Mark challenges us to resist the distractions that tempt us to waste our lives, and instead become people of love who live for our eulogies rather than our res…
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Following the release of Chat-GPT and other Artificial Intelligence (AI) platforms, teachers and administrators at all levels of education have worked to react to both the possibilities and problems of AI. Carl Hooker is a former educator and now an author who analyzes the implications of AI for teaching and learning in his new book, Learning Evolu…
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