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Math Therapy is the inspirational podcast that works through your math trauma, one problem at a time! Each week, Vanessa Vakharia (aka The Math Guru) chats with a different guest about their relationship with math and explores the educational highs and lows that can make or break our self-confidence. Whether you think you’re a “math person” or not, you’re about to find out that math people don’t ACTUALLY exist - but the scars that math class left on many of us DEFINITELY do! And don’t worry ...
 
What should future schools look like? How do brains learn? Some of the world's greatest educators, researchers, and community leaders share their stories and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
The Podcast That Must Not Be Named is a chapter by chapter, spoiler-free (mostly) reread podcast of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series with an engineer and a math teacher. As a brother-sister team guilty of consistently annoying the muggles in our family when all get-togethers resulted in discussions of Snape’s so-called redemption, lack of educational oversight at Hogwarts, and Luna Lovegood, we created this show for their sanity. Being avid rereaders, we appreciate the challenge of remaini ...
 
This podcast, sponsored and operated by the Center for Professional Education of Teachers (or CPET) at Teachers College, aims to tackle the educational issues of the day with educational experts, inside and outside of the classroom. These weekly podcasts will provide new possibilities for your classroom, discuss mainstream educational issues, and contextualize pedagogy and policy in the broader American context.
 
Join Isaiah Sterling, a passionate lifelong learner as he takes educators on a journey into what the heart of education should encompass. Sterling believes that student voice is crucial to the implementation of all educational practices. He asserts that students possess the knowledge to solve more than just math problems. Student voice is one of the final keys needed to unlock the mysteries of true school success. This podcast is inspired by the work of Rebecca Coda and Rick Jetter, Let Them ...
 
Join me in a series of Homeschool Conversations: interviews with real-life homeschool moms, dads, and other educators on all sorts of topics that affect our lives as homeschool parents. We’ll discuss educational philosophy, family life, and more. Come chat with us! Host Amy Sloan, a 2nd-generation homeschool mom of 5, brings a unique perspective from both the homeschool mom and student point of view. This is a podcast sure to encourage every homeschool mom!
 
STEMPunX is a multi-episode web series and podcast designed to present Science, Technology, Engineering, (Art), and Mathematics in an educational and entertaining package to educators, students, job-seekers, prospective employers, geeks, brainiacs, and all-around fun-loving information-seeking encyclopedists. (Is that a word..?)
 
"Education News Parents Can Use" is a monthly TV show of the U.S. Department of Education. The program focuses on schools, learning and the implementation of federal education regulations and law, including the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. Its purpose is to offer parents information about getting involved in children's learning. Cable in the Classroom is pleased to provide these broadcasts in podcast (audio-only format), suitable for listening to on your computer or portable MP3 player.
 
Popular Podagogy is a podcast from the Queen’s University Faculty of Education that will cover big teaching ideas in a way that will allow all teachers (and maybe even some parents) an opportunity to relate on a variety of emotional levels. Our guests will include top researchers and instructors from our faculty and beyond, as well as practicing teachers to combine big educational ideas with the everyday life of being a teacher. We hope that as you listen to this podcast, you will have an op ...
 
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As part of my daily routine, I scan dozens of blogs, visit a handful of Facebook groups, and skim through Twitter. The goal: find the most helpful resources, tools, and articles that I can share with my teacher friends (that’s you!). Here are my favorite links for April 2021: Big changes in store for ChromeOS this fall? Updated timeline on storage …
 
When Karen Glass recommends someone "wise and experienced" for your podcast, you listen! And today's guest, Kelly Cumbee, does not disappoint. Kelly brings experience as a veteran homeschool mom of 7 children who have graduated from her homeschool, so her perspective on home education is not to be missed. Kelly is also an enthusiastic lover of Medi…
 
Join Jo Morgan (@mathsjem) and I as we reflect on what we learned from Day 3 of the Mathematical Association 2021 virtual conference, discussing topics such as: Colin Foster's brilliant opening keynote about what it means to "understand" something Angles as a measure of turn TIMMS data Good tasks and how to adapt them And more! You can access all t…
 
Join Jo Morgan (@mathsjem) and I as we reflect on what we learned from Day 2 of the Mathematical Association 2021 virtual conference, discussing topics such as: Hannah Fry's keynote on communication Transition from GCSE to A Level this summer Talking maths with your children Parental support for learning in general My session on misconceptions with…
 
Season 3 of Math Therapy kicks off today with a brand new theme: math in the media! Historically, media representations of math have left a LOT to be desired, but change is in the air and we are HERE for it. Today Vanessa chats with / fangirls over Kyne Santos - a true trailblazer when it comes to showing how complex and multi-dimensional we can be…
 
Colleges and universities in the US make billions of dollars each year from sports, compromising the health and education of athletes -- who are disproportionately Black -- in the name of money, power and pride. Sports lawyer and former NCAA investigator Tim Nevius exposes how the system exploits young talent and identifies fundamental reforms need…
 
Many of my friends have found Classical Conversations to be a good option for their families. While CC has not fit with our family's personal or educational priorities, I know so many folks love CC, and several have asked me to include a Classical Conversations perspective on the podcast. Marc Hays is not only a curriculum developer for Classical C…
 
Join Jo Morgan (@mathsjem) and I as we reflect on what we learned from Day 1 of the Mathematical Association 2021 virtual conference, discussing topics such as: Black mathematicians, Creating a Low Threshold High Ceiling Classroom, What makes a good task?, Misconceptions Paper folding Ratio and proportion Mathematical diagrams Ofsted You can access…
 
Season 3 starts April 8th, and for the next 10 weeks Vanessa Vakharia, aka The Math Guru, will be exploring the relationship between math and the media with a diverse range of guests. Subscribe now! Follow Vanessa @themathguru on Instagram or Twitter Math Therapy is also on Twitter: @maththerapy Transcript for this episode can be found at www.matht…
 
During the "learn with Google" event in February, Google announced three new tiers for Google Workspace for Education: Education Standard Teaching & Learning upgrade Education Plus In this episode, I want to look at each of these tiers and decide if they provide enough value to justify the cost of upgrading . ----------------------------- Thanks fo…
 
Do you feel the pressure to homeschool in just the right way or to provide a rigorous education no matter what? Do you sometimes find yourself turning your homeschool approach into a perfectionistic competition? Jennifer Pepito joins us today to encourage us to consider the whole child in our home. She reminds us to take some of the pressure off an…
 
We're back!! Well, we'll be back for real April 8th when Season 3 of Math Therapy officially launches. To get in the zone, today Vanessa is sharing a few short stories we received from some teachers who are determined to be part of the education solution after their own brushes with math trauma. If any of these stories resonated with you, let Vanes…
 
I’m delighted to share this bonus episode with you! Today’s episode is an audioblog of “Homeschool Generations: Part 1,” a post I wrote in partnership with The Curriculum Choice. This is going to be a 4-part series exploring past, present, and future generations of homeschoolers! Listen to this bonus episode, then head over to the post and share yo…
 
I know it is a wonderful interview when I get just as many goosebumps while editing and preparing it for publication as I did when I first chatted with my guest! That was certainly the case with today's conversation with Jennifer Dow. Jennifer will encourage you to ask questions and think about many things in a new way. She emphasized the vital imp…
 
In a follow-up to Part 1, US teacher, blogger and author Michael Pershan joins me to compare and contrast our two approaches to delivering worked examples. And then we discuss two fresh and fascinating areas: the role of mistakes in worked examples, and then the issue of using names in worked examples (either real or fictions). I loved this convers…
 
In a podcast cross-over episode, Ollie Lovell from the wonderful Education Reading Room podcast interviews US teacher, blogger and author Michael Pershan about worked examples. How does Michael plan his worked examples, what do they look like in the classroom, what does the research say, and why is self-explanation so important? For more informatio…
 
Higher education remains rooted in rigid, traditional structures and tracks -- and it's at risk of getting left behind in favor of expanded access, greater flexibility and tailored learning. Educator Tyler DeWitt explains how innovations in digital content and virtual reality are ushering in the future of learning, emphasizing why academia must ada…
 
As part of my daily routine, I scan dozens of blogs, visit a handful of Facebook groups, and skim through Twitter. The goal: find the most helpful resources, tools, and articles that I can share with my teacher friends (that’s you!). Here are my favorite links for March 2021: Schedule breakout rooms in advance Version history for Jamboard All the n…
 
Steve Williams (Head of Maths, King Henry VIII Comprehensive) introduces the Abergavenny Cluster Mathematics Project. Practitioners include Kerrie Martin (Our Lady St. Michael Primary), Vicky Price (Gilwern Primary), Rhiannon Taylor, Nia Chivers and Steven Williams (KHS).
 
Listen to how Anna Kershaw, Teacher and International Languages (IL) lead, and Damian Briggs, Teacher and IL provider from Bryn Bach primary, Tredegar, one of our lead International Languages primary schools, are developing International Languages through a whole school approach, engaging in professional learning development and are connecting and …
 
Today’s Homeschool Conversations guest has a unique homeschool perspective to share. Aimee Otto and her husband, Nick, equally share the loads in their family when it comes to both homeschooling and work. They’ve faced challenges along their journey, but have found an approach that works well for their unique family. Aimee also shares some pretty f…
 
Professor Nathalie Sinclair (Simon Fraser University) is a leading philosopher whose work strives to change the way we think about learning and teaching maths. In this interview Nathalie talks about the importance of gestures when explaining mathematical concepts, why students should be encouraged to count on their fingers, and why there is room fo…
 
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix – Chapter 22 – St. Mungo’s Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries Get this audiobook free and a 30-day trial: http://www.audibletrial.com/ThePodcastThatAlready have an Audible account? Pick up the audiobook or movie here: http://www.thepodcastthat.com/tptmnbn/purchase/ The Podcast That Must Not Be Named…
 
Susan Jones (EAS) talks with Paul Keane (Headteacher, Federation of Blenheim Road and Coed Eva), Stacey Harris and Fran Jordan about how they have developed resilient, engaged learners.
 
Chromebook turns 10! Let's take a look back and a look forward at the impact Chromebooks have had on education and computing. Episode Links: First Look: ChromeOS netbook (this is my blog post from January 2011) Original blog post by Sundar Pichai introducing the Chromebook to the world ----------------------------- Thanks for tuning into the Chrome…
 
Today I'm interviewing Dennis DiNoia (aka Mr. D) from Mr. D Math. He has great advice to share about homeschooling high school math, encouraging teens to learn, and utilizing online high school courses to help homeschool parents. A few years ago I won an Instagram giveaway that changed my daughter's life. Ok, so maybe that's a bit melodramatic. But…
 
Doug Lemov returns to the podcast to share tips for the return to classrooms. Sharing takeaways from 3 books - Teach like a Champion 3.0, Teaching in online classrooms and the Coach's guide to teaching - Doug provides strategies, theories and resources to help make the return to classrooms as effective as possible For more information about today’s…
 
Thanks to Wacom for sponsoring this episode. The One by Wacom makes it easy to annotate images, teach a lesson and grade student work. It is also one of the first drawing tablets that works with a Chromebook! -------------------------------------- Remember the "good old days?" Teaching a lesson in front of the whiteboard or overhead projector was c…
 
I've absolutely loved following Amber Johnston on Instagram. I enjoy seeing pictures of her family exploring the world through travel, reading, and just ordinary family living. I appreciate her reminders that this homeschool mom life we're living is a good gift. So it was such a delight to chat with her for this episode of Homeschool Conversations!…
 
Episode 250:On today's episode of the Prepped and Polished Podcast, Alexis welcome’s back Dr. Shirag Shemmassian, founder and admissions consultant of Shemmassian Academic Consulting. As a Cornell University graduate and Cornell admissions interviewer, Shirag knows what the best schools are looking for in prospective students during admissions inte…
 
It’s always fun to meet and chat with another second-generation homeschooler! Katie Waalkes brought so many practical and encouraging tips for thriving in the midst of Life in the Mundane in today’s episode. Katie Waalkes is a wife of 12 years, mother to 6 kids, and runs the YouTube channel "Life in the Mundane". She is passionate about encouraging…
 
Many people expect neuroscience to change our understanding of education. Michael Thomas (Birkbeck University) is director of the Centre for Educational Neuroscience in London. In this episode, Michael talks about what educators need to know about how the brain works, avoiding ‘disciplinary wars’ between psychology & neuroscience, and the need to b…
 
On February 17, 2021, Google hosted a virtual “learning with Google” event where they announced more than 50 significant updates for Google Classroom, Google Meet, Google Drive, and Chromebooks. This episode is devoted to review and discussing all of this exciting updates! I knew I would need some help to get through all of these updates so I asked…
 
Lynna Sutherland, Mary Wilson, and Amy Sloan are 3 homeschool mamas right there in the trenches with you! We have over 30 years of homeschool experience among us (well, more if you count Amy and Lynna’s experience as homeschooled students!), and we know that sometimes the Homeschool Blahs strike when you least expect them. Listen in as we share a f…
 
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