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Being a teacher is a very challenging and a highly responsible task. If one wants to be a good teacher, they need to self-develop and upgrade their knowledge throughout their lives. Listening to podcasts can help teachers upgrade their knowledge even if they are short of time to attend seminars and workshops. Here you can find high-quality podcasts discussing about different effective teaching methods, teaching techniques and approaches to learning. Also, you can find many examples of teaching strategies which can help teachers meet the learning needs of their students. Also, there are podcasts that might help teachers in the process of lessons planning, assessing students, designing reliable tests as well as dealing with difficult students. Some of the hosts invite highly-experienced teachers to share teaching tips and techniques for effective classroom management as well as ideas for games and other classroom activities. When it comes to homeschooling, there are podcasts that offer resources to homeschool teachers and students.
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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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Teaching Python

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Teaching Python

Sean Tibor and Kelly Paredes

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A podcast by Kelly Paredes and Sean Tibor about their adventures teaching middle school computer science, problem-solving, handling failure, frustration, and victory through the lens of the Python programming language. Kelly Paredes has taught all over the world and specializes in curriculum design and development. She currently teaches sixth and seventh-grade computer science at Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This is her fourth year using Python. Sean Tibor has worked in mar ...
 
What we don’t know about American history hurts us all. Teaching Hard History begins with the long legacy of slavery and reaches through Reconstruction, Jim Crow, and the civil rights movement into the present day. Brought to you by Learning for Justice (formerly Teaching Tolerance) and hosted by Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries and Dr. Bethany Jay, Teaching Hard History brings us the lessons we should have learned in school through the voices of scholars and educators. It’s great advice for teacher ...
 
Thank you for checking out the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. This is the space where we explore the art and science of being more effective at facilitating learning. We also share ways to increase our personal productivity, so we can have more peace in our lives and be even more present for our students.
 
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The Secret Teachings

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The Secret Teachings

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The Secret Teachings radio show has been around for over ten years, beginning in 2009 as a volunteer program at a college radio station. The broadcast focuses on the synchronicity of all things. From para-politics and the parapsychological, to health, history, occultism, symbolism, myth, and magic, host Ryan Gable brings it all together with no identify by finding parallels and patterns often overlooked. Ryan will also welcome researchers, radio hosts, authors, and others to discuss a large ...
 
This Sacred Life™ with Transformation Goddess, Shann VanderLeek is a podcast featuring monthly goddess card messages and wisdom teachings with visionary women about walking in beauty, reclaiming feminine sovereignty, and celebrating your life on your terms.
 
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Audrey Watters shares about her book, Teaching Machines, on episode 397 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode When people try to erase history, they do that to foreclose hope. -Audrey Watters If we have a better understanding of the history of educational technology, there is hope. -Audrey Watters I do not think that the fut…
 
How many times have you told yourself at the start of a new year that you are going to work out more, leave school on time, drink more or any other goal/habit that you have wanted to build? And how many times have you found yourself failing at building those habits? Have you ever wondered why? This week’s episode is the next installment of our mini…
 
A new MP3 sermon from BibleWay Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Appealing to, looking and waiting for God to Be Gracious and Strengthen Us Subtitle: Grace Speaker: Elder Emerson Jackson Sr Broadcaster: BibleWay Church Event: Bible Study Date: 1/19/2022 Bible: Isaiah 33:2; 2 Peter 1:1-10 Length: 57 min.…
 
Cognitive psychology research continues to provide insight into how memory works. In this episode, Michelle Miller joins us to discuss how this research can help us design more effective learning experiences for our students. Michelle is a Professor of Psychological Sciences and a President's Distinguished Teaching Fellow at Northern Arizona Univer…
 
Will the real Lakers problem please stand up? Can Russell Westbrook be fixed? Is Frank Vogel a dead man walking?Ethan is back on a solo ride to take on these questions and what faces these Lakers as the club tries to (again) get back on track with some level of sustained success. The effort question remains a big one, and there's no guarantee that …
 
Luke Gherardi talks with me about his novella Children of Violence. This is episode 448 of Teaching Learning Leading K12. Luke Gherardi is a writer of short stories. Children of Violence is his first novella. He writes what he knows, basing his fiction on real-life people and inspired by his observations or first-hand experience of actual events. H…
 
Loan forgiveness sounds like an awesome idea. It is but just like any other idea, it's the execution of that idea that makes it great or just more bureaucracy. First, most loans accumulate interest on the day the money is dispersed but some loan’s interest is covered by the government and the other loans have the interest accumulated. Which means t…
 
This week, Kelly and Sean look over all that happened in 2021 for Teaching Python and commit to some bigger goals for 2022. What were the highlights according to our co-hosts? From the great guests to the wins in the classroom, Kelly and Sean catch up and kick off the new year together. Support Teaching Python Links: Amazon.com: Think Again: The Po…
 
Welcome to a new year! In this episode I invited Dr. Zoi Philipakkos associate professor in the College of Education at the University of Knoxville, Tennessee to discuss her recent book Developing Strategic Young Writers Through Genre Instruction Resouces for Grades K-2. It’s a great book, she also has a related book for 3-5 that I highly recommend…
 
Pastors Kyle and Loralie continue our first series of 2022: Honest Conversations About Prayer Discussion Questions:1. How can we better know God's will?2. How does prayer help align our will to Gods?3. What are the things we are allowing to block God's will in our lives?Follow us on social mediahttps://www.instagram.com/livingspringsairdriehttp://w…
 
Transformation is a choice, and it is time to choose: the world of the ego, the loka of the soul, or the realm of Spirit--but you must first open your heart and mind to the total freedom to decide your destiny. Shunyamurti encourages us to choose the best of all possible worlds, and get off at the junction of the Singularity, the meeting point of m…
 
Dr. @SydneySupportEd & Dr. @DStaehrFenner share the 5 principles of culturally responsive teaching for MLs. https://amzn.to/3cSrQKE You can connect with Tan on Twitter at @TanKHuynh and TanKHuynh.com You can learn more about my courses at https://tankhuynh.com/courses/Από τον Tan Huynh
 
Opportunities created by the New Deal were often denied to African Americans. And that legacy of exclusion to jobs, loans and services can be seen today in federal programs and policies as well as systemic inequities in housing, education, health and the accumulation of wealth. Historian Jill Watts examines the complicated history of the New Deal, …
 
Amy Lynch-Biniek discusses the ways in which contingency can impact pedagogy on episode 396 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode To be a teacher in the 21st century, you also have to be a bit of an activist. -Amy Lynch-Biniek As teachers we have to find ways to advocate for ourselves, for our students, for our campuses, and…
 
Nursing students need to learn how to evaluate social determinants of health in the community, particularly vulnerable populations. This podcast with Dr. Kim Daly, University of Victoria, British Columbia, presents strategies for teaching nursing students how to take an active role in addressing social determinants of health. Students learn the imp…
 
The Art of Pondering Message by Josh Mutter – December 26, 2021 “…Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart.” – Luke 2:19 NIV Will we allow ourselves the space to ponder the significance of our experiences? Application: Recount the events of the past year Reflect on the significance … Read more...…
 
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