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Become a Better Teacher with Education Podcasts

These days, your professional development is not limited to the expertise of the other teachers at your school or presenters at expensive annual conferences. You can learn best practices from teachers all over the world for free with podcasts. Listen to these 5 education podcasts to stay on top of current issues in education and to learn the tricks of the trade from master teachers.
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Become a Better Teacher with Education Podcasts
  • AD McDaniel says:
    Hosted by longtime educator Chris Nesi, this podcast explores how technology is changing how teachers teach and the impact that technology can have on the future of education. My favorite episode so far is “Tech Tools Every Teacher Should Have with Jennifer Gonzales” as the suggested tools are extremely practical and reasonable regardless of the level of the teacher;s tech competency.
  • Teachers Aid podcast

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    bamradionetwork.com
    bamradionetwork.com
    AD McDaniel says:
    Guests on the Teachers Aid podcast talk about the core of teaching: common classroom issues. What makes this podcast so useful is that they usually feature more than one educator, so you get a range of perspectives on how to handle a given classroom issue. Definitely check out the episode “Squeezing Social-Emotional Learning Into the Common Core”, something every classroom could benefit from.
  • Podcasts for teachers

    Website
    talkswithteachers.com
    talkswithteachers.com
    AD McDaniel says:
    Need some ideas on some innovative projects for your school or classroom? On this podcast, teachers from different backgrounds and grade levels talk about how they bring life and excitement to their learning environments. Even if the teacher on a given episode does not teach your same subject or grade level, just hearing about what they have implemented is bound to spark some ideas for your own classes.
  • AD McDaniel says:
    On the days when you feel like you just can not teach another day, listen to episodes of this podcast to remember why you got into this business in the first place. The show’s founder and host, Sung Lee, started the podcast to provide a voice for the “unsung heroes” of teaching. Educators of all stripestalk about their struggles and successes, not only as teachers but in regard to their lives outside of the classroom, too.
  • AD McDaniel says:
    This podcast is a compilation of the best episodes from the BAM! Radio Network's vast collection of education podcasts. Teaching strategies, technology, thoughts on testing, classroom management — whatever issues you are having you can scroll through the list and find a K12 Greatest Hits episode about it! This podcast is perfect to subscribe to if you want all the best advice in one place.
  • AD McDaniel says:
    As teachers, we already have a myriad of books, conferences, and webinars from which to improve our education practices. Why add podcasts to the mix? Podcasts provide a convenience, portability, and connection that no other professional development outlet can give. This article explains how these 3 factors make education podcasts well worth your time.
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