Melissa and Lori Love Literacy

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Ep. 111: Melissa & Lori: Two Truths and a Lie

Melissa and Lori share more about themselves...  how their undergrad and graduate coursework didn’t prepare them to teach students to read, a bit about their teaching and leadership experiences, and of course, why they started the podcast! Bonus content: They ask and answer Five Things You Love and play Two Truths and a Lie. To read more about Melissa and Lori, check out this article by Voyage Baltimore Magazine. Connect with us!Facebook and join our Facebook Group Twitter Instagram Visit our website to subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Helping teachers learn about science of reading, knowledge building, and high quality curriculum. 

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Divine-Favour Anene

Announcement: Biostatistics Bootcamp (6/30, 4-8pm PST)

In this podcast, I discuss a tough subject that many struggle with on the USMLE exams (Step 1-3). The goal of the course would be to use practice questions to help you conceptually understand and apply the principles of biostatistics. Email me via the website to signup. Audio Download

Triple R Teaching

Anna Geiger

It's all about the kids: A conversation with Savannah Campbell

080: In this episode I have the privilege of chatting with Savannah Campbell from Campbell Creates Readers. She shares her journey from balanced to structured literacy and helps us put it all in the proper perspective.Click here for this episode's show notes.

The Cult of Pedagogy Podcast

Jennifer Gonzalez

EduTip 13: Add novelty to boost learning.

Adding an unexpected ingredient to a lesson makes students more likely to remember the thing they were supposed to learn. You can find full written versions of these tips at ------------------- Thanks to PearDeck for sponsoring this episode. -------------------

Cram The Pance

Cram The PANCE

S1E45 MSK Upper Extremity

MSK Upper Extremity review for your Pance, Panre, and Eor's. ►Paypal Donation Link: (Thank you!)


Russ Roberts

Roosevelt Montás on Rescuing Socrates

How do books change our lives? Educator and author Roosevelt Montás of Columbia University talks about his book Rescuing Socrates with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Drawing on his own educational and life journey, Montás shows how great books don't just teach us stuff--they get inside us and make us who we are.

The Clinical Problem Solvers

The Clinical Problem Solvers

Episode 242: WDx #17 – “The Next Play”

In this episode, Maani and Sharmin are joined by Dr. Tara Gadde who presents a clinical unknown case to Dr. Aimee Zaas followed by a discussion on leadership, mentorship, and career transition points. Uttara (Tara) Gadde Uttara (Tara) Gadde is an internal medicine resident at the University of Pennsylvania. She went to Cornell University for… Read More »Episode 242: WDx #17 – “The Next Play”

NCLEX High Yield - Dr. Zeeshan Hoodbhoy

NCLEX High Yield - Dr. Zeeshan Hoodbhoy

NCLEX High Yield Episode 28 - Intro to EKG's .....❤️??

An intro to EKG's , definitely watch this on YouTube first so you can visualize what I'm teaching!
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A topic that confuses many, but listen to how Dr. Zeeshan breaks this bad boy down! Many people get overwhelmed with all the information that's out there, we keep it simple! Join us weekly for FREE Zoom Sessions and be one of the many REPEAT test takers that passed the exam by spending NO MONEY with NCLEX High Yield!
NCLEX High Yield is a Prep Course and Tutoring Company started by Dr. Zeeshan in order to help people pass the

Angela Watson's Truth for Teachers

Angela Watson

"Nothing short of a revolution": What's happening in the 40 Hour programs

In this in-between-seasons bonus ep, you’ll hear some quick audio clips of teachers sharing how they are challenging norms in education and creating a sustainable workload through the 40 Hour Teacher Workweek program. I’ll also share how 40 Hour is creating institutional change through the 40 Hour Leadership and 40 Hour Instructional Coaching programs. I hope you will hear my heart and get the bigger picture message I want to send! This is an offering of hope, encouragement, and support for folks who want to do the job they love without burning out. The 40 Hour programs are THE MOST powerful tools I’ve created for shifting workload norms in education, keeping great teachers in the field, and supporting those who are struggling so they can grow into their best selves.  Please pass this link onto anyone in education who you think might benefit or who shares my passion for educator wellbeing, in

The Six Shifts

Stenhouse Publishers

Reconsidering Texts for Beginning Readers

In today’s episode, Jan and Kari with Stenhouse’s Dan Tobin, discuss the final shift:  Reconsidering Texts for Beginning Readers. LINKS Shifting the Balance: 6 Ways to Bring the Science of Reading into the Balance Literacy Classroom Follow Jan @drjanburkins and . Follow Kari @Kari_Yates

The Insightful Leader

Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University

Executive Presence—Do You Have It?

Your Morning Basket

Pam Barnhill

YMB #116 Summer Reading and Morning Time: A Match Made in Homeschool

Summer is for fun and what is more fun than a summer reading program and Morning Time. In this episode Pam and member success manager Laney Homan talk about the Traveling Through the Pages FREE summer reading program that encourages your kids to stretch outside their comfort zones and read widely this summer. Laney gives a number of great ideas of how to use the program and the accompanying Morning Time plans. Don't miss this practical episode. For show notes and episode downloads, visit

Hillsdale Dialogues Podcast

Hillsdale College

Hillsdale Dialogues 02-26-22: Shakespeare's Richard III with Dr. Stephen Smith

Hillsdale Dialogues 02-26-22: Shakespeare's Richard III with Dr. Stephen Smith

Teaching Hard History

Learning for Justice

Why Hard History Matters: Addressing the Legacy of Jim Crow – w/ Rep. Hakeem Jeffries

Congressman Hakeem Jeffries represents New York’s 8th congressional district. Our final episode this season takes us to the U.S. House of Representatives for a conversation between Rep. Jeffries and his brother, our host, Dr. Hasan Jeffries, to discuss the lingering effects of the Jim Crow era—including voter access, prison and policing reform and other enduring injustices—and to discuss the continued relevance of teaching “hard history” as it relates to public policy today. Educators! Get a professional development certificate for listening to this episode—issued by Learning for Justice. Listen for the code word, then visit You can also receive professional development certificates when you listen to LFJ's other education podcasts—Queer America and The Mind Online!  And be sure to visit the enhanced episode transcript for additional classroom resources for

Teach Me, Teacher

Teach Me, Teacher LLC

Designed from the ground up as a no nonsense approach to teacher development, this podcast is your gateway to bettering your craft (and having some laughs along the way). It is a show for you. To help you better your craft, learn new skills, and get ideas to fuel your own. It is a show for anyone in the field of education, and has featured teachers and administrators from all over to offer their unique perspectives on some of the most relevant and hottest topics in public schools. Teach Me, Teacher has won several "best of" awards and has featured some of the top minds in education to date.

TED Talks Education


What Wikipedia teaches us about balancing truth and beliefs | Katherine Maher

Even with public trust at an all-time low, Wikipedia continues to maintain people's confidence. How do they do it? Former CEO of Wikimedia Foundation Katherine Maher delves into the transparent, adaptable and community-building ways the online encyclopedia brings free and reliable information to the public -- while also accounting for bias and difference of opinion. "The seeds of our disagreement can actually become the roots of our common purpose," she says.

10 Minute Teacher Podcast with Cool Cat Teacher

Vicki Davis

12 Ideas From the End of School that Work All Year Long

The end of the school year can be so exciting and give us ideas for great teaching. Jillian DuBois talks about her end of the school year and from the conversation we have twelve inspiring ideas for classrooms everywhere including: how to use the element of surprise in learning vocabulary building ideas watching bald eagles and teaching ideas about them how eagles fly higher on turbulent winds how to know children in even a very large class and more. Show notes and transcript:  Sponsor: Advancement Courses Last summer I took my professional development with Advancement Courses and I am so glad that I did! On my blog, I recently shared 10 Ways to Rejuvenate and Learn This Summer. All of the course ideas come from the advancement courses catalog to go to   Learn about some courses you might want to take and some things that you need to do this summ

Reading Teachers Lounge

Shannon Betts and Mary Saghafi

Just Right Reading Books for Families and Students

Shannon chats with Sarah Rich, CEO of Just Right Reader, about her company that provides decodable readers to students, families, teachers, and schools.  Sarah and Shannon talk about how decodable texts are important for the right reading practice for students.   Sarah provides details about their mission to make reading fun and for students to learn to read with engaging decodables that are representative of students in America's schools.Episode Resources:Decodable Book Collection from Just Right ReaderSample Decodablesabout Just Right ReaderFamily Literacy BoxesJust Right Reader on InstagramJust Right Reader on FacebookJust Right Reader's Phonics Scope and SequenceDecodable Books ExplainedChoosing and Using Decodable Texts by Wiley Blevins (*Amazon affiliate link)Hot Logic Mini Oven (*Amazon affiliate link)Daily Harvest (Get $35 off your first box when you use this link)COME JOIN THE CONVE

Think Like An Economist

Betsey Stevenson & Justin Wolfers

Economics For All Your Decisions In Life - From Romance to Retirement

Think Like An Economist has taken you on a journey through the economic principles, showing you the tools of economics, and how they can be applied at home and at work. In this season finale, Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers reveal the big life choices they've made using those tools of economics, and how you can apply economics to help make decisions throughout your life.Co-Host: Nastaran Tavakoli-Far. Editor: Alastair Elphick. A Modulated Media Production.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

The Scriptures Are Real

Kerry Muhlestein

Samuel and setting our Eben-Ezer (week of June 13, second to listen to)

Kerry and Lamar explore the success Israel has under Samuel, and what it means that Samuel sets up an Eben-Ezer, and what that has to do with our life. They also explore Israel's request for a king and what that has to do with our life.Our gratitude for our sponsor, Lisa Spice, and to Ric Nicholls for composing and playing the music.


Intellectual Dark Web Podcast

Peter Thiel Lecture at Brain Bar

Peter Thiel Lecture at Brain Bar PETER THIEL LECTURE Peter Andreas Thiel is an American entrepreneur, venture capitalist, philanthropist, political activist, and author. He was ranked No. 4 on the Forbes Midas List of 2014, with a net worth of $2.2 billion, and No. 315 on the Forbes 400 in 2017, with a net worth of $2.6 billion.
We Search the Web for the Best Intellectual Dark Web Podcasts, Lectures and Videos that can be understood by merely listening to save YOUR time. Then we make those Intellectual Dark Web Episodes available on Spotify and downloadable.

Easy Stories in English

Ariel Goodbody

I'm Back!

Easy Stories in English is back! But there are a few changes:

There will only be a new episode once a fortnight (once every two weeks)
I am stopping teaching
I am going to start scripting the conversation section instead of improvising it
The email newsletter will just contain information about new episodes and other news
I am changing the content of the Patreon levels

For all the details, check out the transcript.
New Vocabulary: Fatigue, Burn out, Fortnight, Evergreen content, To do with, Improvise, Script, Pledge, Bonus, Q&A, Sum up.
If you enjoy the podcast, you can support me on Patreon,
buy me a coffee or follow me on Instagram and Twitter.
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The Arts of Language Podcast

IEW (Andrew Pudewa)

The Arts of Language Podcast, with Institute for Excellence in Writing’s founder Andrew Pudewa, is a weekly podcast to support teachers of writing composition. Our goal is to equip teachers and teaching parents with methods and materials which will aid them in training their students to become confident and competent communicators and thinkers. ​- ​ For Show Notes and Information about this podcast, visit

A Delectable Education Charlotte Mason Podcast

Liz Cottrill, Emily Kiser and Nicole Williams

Episode 241: Seasonal Reflections

Charlotte Mason encouraged the habit of gratitude. This end-of-year season wrap-up episode is a collection of testimonials from mothers who have experienced the benefits of her method. Emily, Liz, and Nicole are encouraging every mother, before the books are tossed aside for the year, to take time to reflect on the past year of lessons. If you want to end the year with a song instead of a sigh, listen to be reminded of all that's good.

Two Sides of the Spectrum

Meg Proctor

Applying a Disability Studies Lens to Therapy with Chelsea Wallaert

In this episode we explore how our ideas about disability – both as a society and as individual therapists - can deeply impact a parent’s relationship with their child and the child’s own view of themselves. Our guest, Chelsea Wallaert, is an occupational therapist and PhD student in disability studies who is deeply passionate about helping parents have more equitable and positive experiences with their disabled kids, especially during early childhood. Before we as therapists can show up fully for our clients, we must be able to identify ableism in our world and in ourselves and start the work to dismantle it. In this episode we talk about how to do just that. 

The Birds & Bees

The Birds & Bees

7: Episode 007 - Protecting Our Kids from Pornography (featuring: Kristen Jenson, author of Good Pictures, Bad Pictures)

In this episode of the Birds & Bees podcast we are having an important discussion with Kristen Jenson, author of Good Pictures, Bad Pictures and founder of Defend Young Minds.  ** Please note that this episode is for adults only as we are discussing the dangers of pornography **

Megan and Mary Flo talk to Kristen about how she got into this work and how we as parents can proactively protect our kids from pornography.  

Birds & Bees and Defend Young Minds share the mission of equipping and empowering parents. Our hope is that this podcast episode will equip and empower you to be a proactive parent.  We want to PREEMPT situations to PROTECT our kids and we will walk you through how to do this in today's podcast episode. 

We know this is a heavy topic and one that we'd prefer to ignore BUT our kids de

The Dean Graziosi Show

Dean Graziosi

If You Want More, You Must Understand This

We want more. We want to make more, we want more intimacy in our relationships but are we willing to do the work when no one is watching?  

Run the List

W. Redd, E. Gutowski, N. Kumar

Episode 77: Med Ed for Residents, Fellows, and Faculty (Part 2)

Dr. Navin Kumar, an attending gastroenterologist at Brigham and Women's Hospital, medical educator at Harvard Medical School, and co-founder of Run the List podcast talks with RTL host Blake Smith in a two-part series focused on Med Ed. This second episode caters to later trainees - residents, fellows, and new attendings/faculty - as they seek out opportunities in Med Ed. Navin offers some pearls for listeners - to diversify your educational portfolio, strive to be scholarly, take on formal learning opportunities, and seek out opportunities to become a more effective teacher with avenues for feedback and evaluation. The episode closes with a focus on digital medical education and the role of #MedTwitter and podcasting in teaching.
Navin's famous SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) tweetorial:

Called To Homeschool

Meg Thomas

#143 Getting Punched in the Face

Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face. -Mike Tyson. You can plan the most beautiful homeschool, you can have supplies ready and activities planned, but what are you going to do when life punches you in the face? Things like getting sick, power outage, or even a crying baby can throw a punch right into your plan.
I want to share with you ideas of what you can do when things don't go as planned. Take time to evaluate, set floors and ceilings, and get curious if you need a day of rest. Life is unpredictable, so it's great to have a plan when things don't go as planned.

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Teaching Middle School ELA

Caitlin Mitchell

BONUS EPISODE: Episode 125: Why You Should Batch Plan at the Beginning of Summer

To find out more about our FREE 3 Pillars of Batch Planning Workshop click the following link: At first, you may not be excited by the thought of planning next year’s lessons in June, but by the end of this podcast episode, Caitlin and Jessica will have convinced you to do it. How? By giving you several reasons that batch planning early will make your teaching stronger, take pressure off your planning, and give you a fuller, happier summer.   Links mentioned in this episode: Are you enjoying the podcast? Tag us @ebacademics and let us know which episode you're listening to! Make sure to Subscribe and leave us a Review! Your review helps us reach even more middle school ELA teachers just like you! It would mean so much to us. To leave a

Queer America

Learning for Justice

You Have the Content. Now What? w/ Cory Collins

On our season finale, join Teaching Tolerance senior writer Cory Collins and hosts Leila Rupp and John D’Emilio as they offer concrete tips for creating LGBTQ-inclusive classrooms and taking themes from this podcast into your daily practice. Educators! Get a professional development certificate for listening to this episode—issued by Learning for Justice. Listen for the special code word, then visit And be sure to visit the show notes for this episode, for a complete transcript and resources to help you teach the ideas explored by our guests.

Diana Uribe

La Crisis de los misiles - 60 años

En octubre de 2022 se cumplen 60 años del momento que más cerca estuvimos, que se sepa, de una Guerra Nuclear: La crisis de los misiles en Cuba. Por eso, seleccionamos esa fecha para nuestros especiales de Año 02. Aquí les contaremos, a ritmo de salsa y son, una historia que combina lo absurdo y lo irracional que resultó ser la Guerra Fría y la carrera armamentista. Hablaremos de los juegos de poderes de dos potencias, de la Invasión a Bahía Cochinos, de la inesperada cercanía de Cuba y la Unión Soviética, de la paranoia nuclear, del «Teléfono Rojo» y de porqué, de acuerdo a los japoneses, no hay «potencias atómicas responsables». Bienvenidos y bienvenidas entonces. Notas del episodio: ¿Qué fue la crisis de los misiles? Aquí les dejamos un pequeño resumen «Dos minutos para Medianoche» el reloj que marca la posibilidad de un apocalipsis nuclear Aquí una explicación desde Cuba de la «Crisis del Caribe» o porqué la Unión Soviética terminó apo

Scholé Sisters: Camaraderie for the Classical Homeschooling Mama

Brandy Vencel with Mystie Winckler, Abby Wahl, and Pam Barnhill

SS #107: Building a Community (with Melissa Cummings!!)

Our special guest this week is Melissa Cummings. Melissa and her husband Steven are second generation Christian homeschooling parents of five. She directs a Classical Christian homeschool co-op in her rural community, and also manages to pull off the annual Paideia Northwest conference for mamas raising kids for Christ. You can find her at In today’s episode, Mystie and Brandy talk with Melissa about creating and nurturing community. Trust us, Melissa knows how it’s done! She built a thriving homeschool community in her own backyard! Building a homeschool community takes time and energy, which is why we don’t just ask Melissa about building community – we ask her how to know if it’s worth the sacrifice. *** This summer, Scholé Sisters will be hosting some workshops led by Melissa who plans to walk us through what it takes to build a community, whether it be large or small. These workshops will be

Real World NP

Liz Rohr

Workup for Syncope in Primary Care

If even thinking about a patient with syncope makes you feel a little lightheaded yourself, you are in the right place.Your patient passed out, so their family insisted that they see their PCP. Now they’re in your exam room, and you need a roadmap to see what happened, what is going on, and how we got here.Let’s talk about how to approach the visit for the patient with syncope in primary care, why you will want to work backward to assess them, the four main categories of syncope, and more.✅ Things that can look like syncope – but aren’t✅ Specific, targeted questions to ask the patient with syncope✅ Medications that can play a role in a syncopal episode✅ Why family history is important in syncope, and which questions to ask✅ Red flags in a patient with syncopeSyncope can seem like a huge problem to solve as a new grad, but with some guidance and plenty of practice, it gets easier to narrow down. Having a framework to approach the visit will

The Wellness Way

Philly J Lay

A combination of interview podcasts with eminent people I have learnt from and individual FasterClass talks from me on natural health. Interview podcasts will run for 60/90 minutes. Instagram:@phillyjlay ( tbc

The Build Math Minds Podcast

Christina Tondevold

Episode 147 - Practice Makes Permanent

Here in the United States, it is the end of the school year and teachers are contemplating what work they should send home with students for them to do over the summer.  In today's podcast, I get into why I'm not a big fan of general problem packets over the summer and how the phrase "practice makes perfect" is a little inaccurate.

Swallow Your Pride Podcast

Theresa Richard

239 – The Birth of the Preterm Infant Feeding and Swallowing Laboratory: from NICU to PhD and Back Again

Neina Ferguson takes us through the journey of the creation of the Preterm Infant Feeding and Swallowing Lab.
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Agents of Change Social Work Test Prep

Meagan Mitchell

Master Your Learning Style - Social Work Shorts - ASWB Study Prep (LMSW/LSW/LCSW Exams)

✅ Learn more about my course here:
Hi there, I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and I have been providing individualized and group test prep for the ASWB for over four years. From all of this experience helping others pass their exams, I have created a course to help you prepare for and pass the ASWB exam!
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The Hippo Education Podcast

Hippo Education LLC.,

Primary Care RAP - Hypogonadism

Primary Care RAP presents a segment on Hypogonadism Featuring Margaret Wierman, MD and Andrew Buelt, DO

Counselling Tutor

Ken Kelly and Rory Lees-Oakes

228 – Inner Child Work

228 – Inner Child Work Attachment Theory – The Four Stages of Competence In Episode 228 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, your hosts Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly are back with this week’s 3 topics: In ‘Counselling Foundations’, Rory and Ken discuss attachment theory and the importance of recognising your own attachment style. Then in …
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Neurology Exam Prep Podcast

Jeremy Moeller

Episode 45 - "Parkinson-Plus" Syndromes

An overview of the major "Parkinson-plus" syndromes with Drs. Aaron Bower, Sara Schaefer and Katherine Fu.Note: This podcast is intended solely as an educational tool for learners, especially neurology residents. The contents should not be interpreted as medical advice.

Art Made Easy

Patty Palmer: Art Teacher and expert in teaching art to kids.

How to Cultivate Creative Thinkers at Home: AME 153

The Coronavirus is certainly shaking things up. It's early on in the cycle of school closures, social distancing and home-based learning and people are just plain confused.

Folks deal with these types of events differently. There is a tremendous amount of pressure to stay put, not travel, hoard toilet paper and stock up on Chardonnay. So I thought it might be helpful to offer you a permission slip to slow down, calm down and take this pandemic day by day.

There are so many opportunities lurking behind every bored moment, teaching challenge and frustrations. You never really know when you'll hit your stride of capturing moments for your students and children during this disruption.

This episode shares insights on how boredom is the biggest precursor to creativity. How pulling back maybe the best way to ignite children's creativity.

This Teacher Life

Monica Genta

Leaving Teaching For Good! Is It Time To Say Goodbye? (Summer Replay Episode)

55% of educators admit to considering  a career change in 2022

Are you thinking about leaving teaching?

Are you wanting to say goodbye to education?

Am I contemplating quitting this year too?

In this episode you will find out what you need to do, say, or think before making this big decision.

By the end you will know what path is the right path for you, for your purpose, and for your profession.
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Accounting 101 with Jimmy Stewart

James Stewart

17 - The Objectives of Financial Reporting & Concepts of Accrual Accounting

I've read a lot of boring stuff so that you don't have to! Today we will summarize some of the useful information in the FASB Concepts Statements and other literature. 
This information will be useful as you move along to more advanced levels of accounting.

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长难句子磨耳朵 81-90

提示一、十个句子每个句子念两遍,念完后从头再念两遍。二、从听懂的词入手,理解句子含义。三、根据中英文意思,听不懂的多听几遍。词汇提示1.have a bone to pick 挑毛病2.essence 本质3.carbon dioxide 二氧化碳4.fuel 燃料5.plum 李6.blossoms 花原文81.If you have a bone to pick with a person, tell it to his face instead of saying things behind his back.如果你们之间有问题,应该当面告诉他,不要在背后说他。82.The amount of time someone is willing to spend on something may communicate how important it is to him.从一个人在某件事上肯花多少时间,就能看出这件事对这个人有多重要。83.That 'Ayumi' kid, only 13 but has performed in movies and theatres as a child actor since she was five.那个叫做Ayumi的孩子,你别看她才十三岁,她五岁的时候就成了童星,在电影和舞台剧中演出了。84.People who want to share their religious views with you almost never want you to share yours with them.想要跟你分享他们宗教信仰的人几乎从不愿你跟他们分享你的。85.Time is of the essence, Paul. If you don't tell her how you feel now, you'll never haveanother chance.时间就是生命,保罗。如果你不告诉她你现在的感觉,你永远不会有第二次机会。86.Carbon dioxide is a gas that is produced every time a fuel such as coal, oil, or natural gas i

Inside the Admissions Office: Advice from Former Admissions Officers

InGenius Prep

What a United States Naval Academy Admissions Officer Wants from Applicants

On today’s episode, we chat with Pat Williams, the former Director of Admissions at the United States Naval Academy and a current InGenius Prep counselor. Pat and I discuss the paths students can take to these service academies. Pat reveals how students can maximize their admissions odds at these prestigious schools.
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SLP Nerdcast

Kate Grandbois, MS, CCC-SLP, BCBA, LABA; Amy Wonkka, MA, CCC-SLP.

SLP Nerdcast offers ASHA CEUs through “podcast learning.” We discuss clinical issues and best practices relevant to speech and language pathologists. We review resources and literature while trying to not bore you to tears. Who are we? We are two speech language pathologists (one dually certified BCBA) who met several years ago and became kindred spirits in nerdiness and sci-fi fantasy books - but that’s a topic for a different podcast. We enjoy reading, thinking, and discussing speech language pathology topics. We are lifelong learners and clinicians with over 30 years combined experience working with individuals who have complex communication needs across a range of settings including outpatient, private practice, public schools, and private schools. We are NOT PhDs, researchers, or particularly fancy people, but we are clinicians (nerds) who care deeply about the individuals and families we support, and we value using evidence to get us to a place of success. We will always provide a handful of references or resources and we of course love to get feedback. You can email us anytime at Tell us what you liked, that you think we’re a snooze fest, or if there is a topic you'd like us to cover.

The Smiling Homeschooler Podcast

The Smiling Homeschooler

Episode 199 - Discover Your Homeschool Personality

Welcome to the Smiling Homeschooler Podcast. Tonight we're going to begin the conversation about our new Homeschool Personality Test. We'll talk about the characteristics of the OWL, FALCON, SWAN, and PIPER. Our hope is that it will help you smile more as you homeschool according to the strengths of your homeschool personality. You can take the test over on our website, 
Before we start I want to thank Teaching Textbooks for all of their support of the Smiling Homeschooler. They are one of the best math curriculums around, and we believe they help more homeschoolers smile. So go check them out at 
Also, we want to thank Homeschooling Today Magazine for their support. Every Homeschooling mom should be subscribed to their incredible and encouraging magazine. To do this head on over to
Have a great week and keep smiling! 

Speak Chinese Naturally -Learn Chinese (Mandarin)

Speak Chinese Naturally


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The NPTE Podcast

Dr. Will Crane PT, DPT, OCS

074--Long-Term Memory Aids for the NPTE

Do you struggle with memorizing the boatload of content needed for the NPTE?  There's so much you need to know that it can be OVERWHELMING trying to juggle it all.  This episode will give you the tools to CRUSH the NPTE! Find it all out in this podcast!  Be prepared for the NPTE so that you can pass with flying colors! Check out for more information and to stay up-to-date with our latest courses and projects.

The Stockman Grassfarmer Podcast

The Stockman Grassfarmer

The Cornerstones of Direct Marketing with Joel Salatin Part 3 of 3

This is part three from The Grazier’s Marketing School
Joel Salatin discusses “The Cornerstones of Direct Marketing”
Within this talk he explores 5 key elements that every grazier should consider.
In this segment, he continues discussion on the importance of being customer friendly. 
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Joel, Sheri, and Carolyn are full of wise words...
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Teaching Keating with Weston and Molly Kieschnick

Weston and Molly Kieschnick

E135: Top Gun: Cocky or Confident?

Molly and Weston talk Top Gun, we play "Confident or Cocky" with a dozen well known celebs, and discuss the ways we and teach kids to ride the line between confident and cocky.

HIST 119: The Civil War and Reconstruction Era, 1845-1877

Open Yale Courses - David Blight

Lecture 27 - Legacies of the Civil War

Professor Blight finishes his lecture series with a discussion of the legacies of the Civil War. Since the nineteenth century, Blight suggests, there have been three predominant strains of Civil War memory, which Blight defines as reconciliationist, white supremacist, and emancipationist. The war has retained a political currency throughout the years, and the ability to control the memory of the Civil War has been, and continues to be, hotly contested. TranscriptLecture Page

American Politics and the US Constitution

Marty Nader, Katie Francis, Lauren Santoro, and Shannon Scotece

Declaration of Independence

Dietetics with Dana

Dana J. Fryer, MS, RDN, CNSC

This podcast is for dietitian students, dietetic interns and RD eligible RD2Be's who are planning to take the Registered Dietitian Exam. In this weekly podcast we will cover exam practice questions and questions from students posted in my Facebook page Registered Dietitian Exam Study Group with Dana, RD. Join the live version every Sunday at 8p EST on the Facebook page. Looking for more support? Dana offers 1:1 tutoring, small group tutoring classes and recorded tutoring sessions. Learn more at

The Future of Everything presented by Stanford Engineering

Stanford Radio

In “The Future of Everything,” host and Stanford bioengineering professor Russ Altman explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives. From stretchable electronics to ecological surveillance, foldable microscopes and video editing with artificial intelligence, Altman asks his guests to discuss their role in creating the future — of everything. Read more on the Stanford Engineering website:

The Creative Classroom with John Spencer

John Spencer

Mike Kaechele and Dr. Matinga Ragatz on the Pulse of PBL

Mike Kaechele and Dr. Matinga Ragatz are the co-authors of a newly released book, Pulse of PBL: Cultivating Equity Through Social Emotional Learning. Full Disclosure: I am a co-owner of Blend Education, the publisher of their book. It has been an incredible opportunity to witness...
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LSE: Public lectures and events

London School of Economics and Political Science

Do Octopuses Have Feelings? The Question of Animal Sentience

Contributor(s): Dr Jonathan Birch, Huw Golledge, Penny Hawkins | In the UK, a new law requires all policymakers to have due regard for animal sentience. This law has given new urgency to the question: which other animals are sentient? Might some invertebrates, such as octopuses, crabs, snails, or even insects, have experiences that deserve respect and welfare protection?

Teach 4 the Heart

Linda Kardamis | Educational Consultant & Founder of Teach 4 the Heart

News: New Program! - Your Smooth-Running Class

Join us this July for a NEW 6-week program where we will help you develop a classroom management plan that works! We'll create the plan together, and then make sure you're prepared to implement it on Day 1 so you can start the school year right and create a smooth-running class. Get all the details and sign up now at 

The Spark Creativity Teacher Podcast | Education

Betsy Potash: Education Blogger + Curriculum Designer

154: Colorful Vocabulary Activities: Story Tiles, Wordy Decor & More

Looking for creative vocabulary activities that aren't boring? Want students to get excited about using words in interesting ways? Check out these colorful vocabulary options for your secondary ELA classroom.  See the images and sign up for the vocabulary quiz templates in the show notes at:  Come hang out on Instagram @nowsparkcreativity. 

School Psyched!

Rachael, Rebecca & Eric

SPP 147: Resilience

SPP 147: Resilience We are excited to welcome Dr. Caren Baruch-Feldman back to talk about resilience and the Resilience Workbook for Kids, coauthored with our very own Rebecca! Home

The Reseller Hangout Podcast

Rob & Melissa Stephenson

Road Tripping And Sourcing For Six Weeks

Follow us on Instagram: year's road trip finds: out our FREE Workshop: can find us at:

Philosophy for Beginners

Oxford University

Further reading and more... (Slides)

So you've finished this series of podcasts. Find out where to go from here...

NCLEX Review

NCLEX Reviews

Psychiatry Medications

Learn about various drugs used in psychiatry, their side effects, nursing interventions, and patient teaching.  


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The Elementary STEM Coach Podcast

Naomi Meredith

Are you tired of scrolling online for your next great STEM lesson? Do you feel like there is no time to plan, research and test meaningful STEM lessons, so you throw together a hands-on activity and hope that it works? What systems and routines should you set in place to help students be creative, critically think, and collaborate? The Elementary STEM Coach is a podcast for K-5 STEM teachers, classroom teachers, GT specialists, and homeschool parents looking for actionable STEM solutions. Each week, Naomi Meredith will share tools, resources and lesson ideas that are actionable in your classroom and create highly engaging experiences with your students. You’ll learn systems and routines that will create control in the chaos and that will keep you organized all year long. Your mindless scrolling days are over! Your new STEM-best friend is now here in your ear buds!Naomi Meredith is a former classroom teacher turned current K-5 STEM teacher and coach. Her role not only includes teaching over 500 students in her school, but also developing standards-based curriculum, leading professional development and coaching teachers to help them integrate STEM & Technology.With over a decade of experience along with a M.Ed. in STEM Leadership and STEM Certificate, she helps teachers world-wide navigate the best practices, strategies and tools out there. She truly believes that any teacher out there can learn how to use STEM & Technology in their classrooms effectively. She can’t wait to connect with you and be your guide!Check out more inspiration on her website: Connect with her on Instagram: @naomimeredith_ Learn more on her YouTube Channel: Naomi Meredith

Teach Create Motivate Podcast: Motivational Tips & Tricks for Teachers

Ashley Marquez

3 Areas to Systematize for Effective Classroom Management

Are you always looking for ways to improve how the day to day operations go in your classroom? Having effective routines and expectations in place makes a HUGE difference in your overall classroom management. These things also save you so much time throughout the day which allows you to maximize student learning time.   If you’re feeling like your classroom could use some help in areas such as morning routines and transitions, there are small and simple changes you can make today. I’m sharing tips on how you can quickly get systems going in your classroom that will give students a sense of ownership and benefit everyone.   In this episode you'll learn: -3 areas to systematize for effective classroom management -How to set clear morning expectations -Examples of using games to improve transitions -Getting your students involved in setting expectations   Join the waitlist for Classroom Management Academy at teachcreatem

Honey! I'm Homeschooling The Kids

Robyn Robertson

Honey I'm Homeschooling The Kids! - A podcast that steps into alternative education, parenting, and living a fun, fuller family life.

ABA Law Student Podcast

Legal Talk Network

Examining the Supreme Court Draft Leak with Vice Dean Keith Bybee

In the wake of the Supreme Court draft leak, many are questioning what ramifications its language could have on a number of past court decisions, as well as Americans’ rights in a variety of other areas. Law Student Podcast host Meg Steenburgh gets perspective on these issues from Vice Dean Keith Bybee. They examine the interplay of courts, politics, and the media, and discuss our nation’s legal processes throughout history.
Professor Keith Bybee is Vice Dean and Paul E. and Hon. Joanne F. Alper ’72 Judiciary Studies Professor at Syracuse University College of Law. 

The Ruth Institute Podcast

Dr Jennifer Roback Morse

Manifesto for the Family

Manifesto for the Family   Originally published March 20, 2022 by WQPH Radio, First Do No Harm Republished by Ruth Institute June 9, 2022   Are children of divorce really okay? What about adults whose parents divorce later in life? The 15-point Manifesto for the Family is Ruth Institute’s plan for America to recover from the Sexual Revolution’s damaging effects. Dr. Jennifer Morse discusses with Dr. Mark Rollo. Stay tuned to hear the details.

A-Ha! Real Estate Exam Prep Podcast

Brian C. Lee

Episode 033 - Types of Listing Agreements

Episode 033 - Types of Listing Agreements Exclusive Right-To-Sell Exclusive Agency Open Listing Net Listing   A-Ha LINKS   Email   Web   Facebook   YouTube

Anesthesia Learn On The Go

University of Kentucky Department of Anesthesiology

Episode 28: LVAD Primer – What Are All These Numbers?

Dr. Grant Avritt, PGY-4 Anesthesiology Resident at the University of Kentucky, talks about LVAD.

Abnormal Psychology Lectures

Dana C. Leighton

Episode 13 - Eating Disorders

Eating disorders - anorexia nervosa & bulimia nervosa

Learn Japanese with Masa sensei!

Masa Sensei

Episode 99 - How to make passive forms

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Japanese language makes far more use of passive language and passive verbs than English? The passive voice in Japanese is used for various reasons.  One reason is that both the Japanese language and Japanese culture are very indirect – as a result, the passive voice is more frequently used in Japan than in some other countries. 

Group1 かきます かかれます kakimasu kakaremasu
いそぎます いそがれます
 はなします はなされます 
まちます またれます
かいます かわれます

Group2 たべます たべられます 
 みます みられます 

Group3 きます こられます 
 します されます 

※The passive form of Group 2 verbs and きます of Group 3 is the same as the potential form

◆Passive sentence of transitive verbs◆   
In the passive sentence,

Approaching Shakespeare

Oxford University

The Two Gentlemen of Verona

Professor Emma Smith gives the last of her 2017 Shakespeare lectures on his early comedy, Two Gentlemen of Verona.

Sight To The Blind

Sight To The Blind

31: Plant Daddy

Another mass shooting, Heaven under the banner show on Hulu. "Be fruitful and multiply," the comparison with Mormons & Israelite camps on Polygamy. The seed that's been planted in you, is it strong enough to produce branches? If so, what kind of fruit would it produce. What should we expect in the last days, let's ask Baruk.

The Epic Classroom with Trevor Muir

Trevor Muir

16: Reigniting Passion For Teaching After A Difficult Year

For a lot of educators, this year has delivered a beating, and the passion for teaching is waning. Here are strategies to reignite your passion for teaching after an abnormally challenging year.

Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art lectures

Oxford University

8. Defining Art

James Grant, lecturer in philosophy, University of Oxford gives his eight and final lecture in the Aesthetics series on Defining Art.

Talk To Me In Korean


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My Virtual Korean Friends (course)

School Culture By Design

Phil Boyte

During 30+ years of wandering the continent, visiting schools and listening to school people share their joys and frustrations, Phil Boyte has learned a lot about building great school culture. In this podcast you will hear examples Phil has seen work to enhance school culture, stories from some of his heroes in education and simple ideas to start implementing on your campus today! We invite you along on this listening journey. You will hear simple and transformative stories about building community, vulnerability, and trust on your campus. No matter what role you play, we believe everyone has a hand in creating a school no one will want to leave.

Astronomy 162 - Stars, Galaxies, & the Universe

Richard Pogge

Astronomy 141 Podcast Teaser

Professing Literature

David Anderson and Eric Williams

EP09 - At the Violet Hour | Eliot, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” (Part Two)

T. S. Eliot, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” (Part Two).  The conclusion of our discussion of “Prufrock,” Eliot’s seminal exploration of modern alienation.  Professing Literature is officially back! Thanks for your patience during our hiatus. We've got more episodes coming. Thanks so much for your support!We'd love to hear what you think about this episode or any of the others. Please send questions, comments, or otherwise to Music: "Nobility" by Wicked CinemaOpening Passage Music: “A Short Story”  by Andrea Colella

The Harvard EdCast

Harvard Graduate School of Education

The COVID Catch-up Challenge

Many school districts are beginning to see pandemic learning losses greater than they imagined. It’s time to figure out what to next, says Harvard Professor Tom Kane, an economist studying catch-up efforts. He wants districts to be empowered to make the best decision going forward. In his latest research, he’s helping districts determine how to plan for these losses and shares what interventions might provide the most bang for the buck. In this episode, Kane shares troubling information about how these learning losses have the potential to shape the future of education and how what we do now can get learning back on track. 

The SLP Now Podcast


124: How to Navigate Alternative Scheduling for School-Based SLPs

Welcome back to our series on smarter scheduling with school-based SLP BeckyAnn Harker. Today we're diving into one of the big questions: how to navigate scheduling, especially when using this alternative scheduling approach!
Tune in to Episodes 122 and 123 for the first parts of this discussion where we introduce different service delivery options.
Check out BeckyAnn's article on The ASHA Leader: (Can We Break From 30-Minute Group Sessions In Schools?)
Visit (SLP Now) to download 5 of our favorite, premium therapy resources for SLPs (for free!)

Speech Uncensored: A Speech Pathology Podcast

Leigh Ann Porter, MA, CCC-SLP

140: Meaningful Dementia Therapy with Michelle Bourgeois, Ph.D., CCC-SLP ASHA Fellow, GSA Fellow, AAAS Fellow and Sarah Baar, M.A., CCC-SLP

Sarah Baar is guest hosting this episode of the Speech Uncensored Podcast and her guest is Michelle Bourgeois! Meaningful speech therapy for dementia is possible! Using a person-centered philosophy is supported by research. Sarah and Michelle dive into assessment, goals, and treatment with this approach. Check out to access an incredible list of links and resources, the discussion guide, and more!

Accounting Play Podcast: Learn Accounting

John Gillingham CPA

APP: 060 SBA Emergency Loans, COVID-19, EIDL 10,000, PPP 2.5X, Unemployment, 2 Trillion Stimulus, 0 Percent Interest

It Is April 4, 2020 on the Accounting Play Podcast. In rapid form we are going to cover major developments in the COVID-19 epidemic and the financial aid in process from the government. We are talking about $10,000 in small business grant money, new higher unemployment benefits, the Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL), Paycheck Protection [...]
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Ages of Conquest: a Kings and Generals Podcast

Kings and Generals

2.75 History of the Mongols: Afterword

    For the final episode on the Mongol Empire, we take you, our dear listeners, in a quick survey of the final years of Chinggisid rule in Mongolia, after the Yuan Dynasty was forced from China in 1368, until the Manchu conquests in the seventeenth century. This will help bridge the gap with the next series in this podcast, and serve as an afterword to this season.  I’m your host David, and this is Kings and Generals: Ages of Conquest.   We detailed in previous episodes the final years of the Mongol Yuan Dynasty in China, which culminated with Töghön Temür Khaan fleeing his capital of Dadu to Mongolia. With the Yuan rulers ousted, the new Ming Dynasty, ruled by the Chinese warlord Zhu Yuanzhang now styled the Hongwu Emperor, seized Dadu. Dadu was renamed to Beiping, “northern peace,” and would soon to Beijing, “northern capital.” The Ming, under its early emperors, was a highly militarized state with what’s often described as an oppres

Coroner Talk™ | Death Investigation Training | Police and Law Enforcement

Darren Dake

MWT - Report Writing

Mid-Week tips are short episodes designed to give advice, tips, and ideas that can make your job easier and make you a better investigator. Some may be practical, and others may be experience-based opinions. To learn more about the podcast go to To learn about our Academy and what courses we have that can prepare you for a career in the area of death investigation or to hone skills you currently have, go to to learn more.  

Glean's Research to Practice Podcast

Jessica Hamman

In Glean's Research to Practice podcast, we interview education experts from around the world to bring their fascinating findings out from the journal pages and into your classroom.

Theoretical Physics - From Outer Space to Plasma

Oxford University

Fluid-gravity duality and hydrodynamics of black holes

Holography explains why black hole horizons have thermodynamic and hydrodynamic properties and inspires researchers to re-visit foundations and explore limits of relativistic hydrodynamics Since the work of Bekenstein, Hawking and others in the early 1970s, it was known that the laws of black hole mechanics are closely related if not identical to the laws of thermodynamics. A natural question to ask, then, is whether this analogy or the correspondence extends beyond the equilibrium state. The affirmative answer, given by various authors during the 1980s and 90s, became known as the "black hole membrane paradigm". It was shown that black hole horizons can be viewed as being endowed with fluid-like properties such as viscosity, thermal conductivity and so on, whose values remained mysterious. The development of holography 15-20 years ago clarified many of these issues and has led to the quantitative corresponden

First Bite: A Speech Therapy Podcast

185: Cerebral Palsy: Impact for Functional Communication and Pediatric Feeding Disorder

Michelle and Erin discuss how a little one’s diagnosis of cerebral palsy (CP) can impact functional communication and potentially result in a pediatric feeding disorder (PFD). It is important for a clinician to understand how the four major groups of CP differentiate from one another because each presentation comes with its own treatment considerations given unique comorbidities. Join Michelle and Erin as they deep dive into how the four classifications of CP can impact access to functional communication and feeding.

Special Education Inner Circle

Catherine Whitcher

#135: 3 Decisions Every Great IEP Team Needs to Make

I've got 3 decisions that every great IEP teams needs to make. I can guarantee that these 3 decisions can completely change the atmosphere at an IEP meeting, it can change the future of a child who has an IEP.
It takes A LOT of work to get a child's educational plan in place - it's no wonder special education parents and teachers are so tired! So let me give you 3 things that aren't going to add pressure onto your list, they're actually going to simplify what can happen next!
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Oxford University

Is the universe sentient, and what implications might that have for archaeology?

Seminar given by Professors Gosden and Pollard of the School of Archaeology that probes the outer edges of archaeological enquiry.

Beth Moore's Podcast

Beth Moore

The Orton-Gillingham Podcast

Brainspring Orton-Gillingham

Esther & Katie - Literacy Play

In this episode, Esther and Katie discuss ways parents can turn practicing literacy skills into playing with their kids over holiday breaks!


Head to our website ( to learn more about bringing the Orton-Gillingham approach to your school or district. 


SeeHearSpeak Podcast

Tiffany Hogan

Episode 43: Evaluating educational practices with Dr. Shayne Piasta

Episode 43: Evaluating educational practices with Dr. Shayne Piasta

TeacherGoals Podcast

Erica Terry

The TeacherGoals Podcast is designed to equip educators with best practices & actionable strategies to achieve success and foster a more connected & empowered school community. Here we learn by engaging in honest discussions with innovative teachers, administrators and educational leaders. Our goal is to provide you with weekly inspiration that highlights what's funny, frustrating, & fantastic about teaching so that you can be your best for students!

PTA Elevation

Briana Drapp, SPT, PTA, CSCS

38. Meniscal Tears - NPTE Prep

On this episode of the PTA Elevation Podcast, host Briana Drapp, SPT, PTA, CSCS goes over the important things to know about Meniscal Tears when studying for the NPTE. At the end of this episode, Briana provides and reviews a sample question that helps students get a feel for how this subject will be asked on the NPTE - PTA. Tune in to learn more!
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Psychology in Everyday Life: The Psych Files

Michael Britt

Testosterone Doesn't Necessarily Cause Men to be Aggressive

The Educator's Room Presents: The Teacher Self-Care Podcast

Teacher Self-Care Podcast

The real conversation teachers need to her about teacher self-care. Join us as Franchesca interviews teachers from around the globe to discuss teacher mental health and how we can change schools and policies. In addition to the podcast, please attend one of our Teacher Self-Care Conferences. Support this podcast:




这是《得意忘形》播客的第 62 期节目,一期春节前闲扯的单口节目。主播主要是上线给大家拜个年,顺便聊聊为什么最近想染个粉色头发。本期音乐: * 《Tennis Court》 by Lorde*《Home》 by Michael Buble节目简介: 《得意忘形》是一个主张追求个体自由与探寻真理的实验计划。我们见证了第一次工业革命以来科技对人类社会的极大推动与助益,但也意识到资本主义与市场经济不可避免地催生了消费文化、剥夺了个人价值、并窃取了大众时间。带着对生命的有限性与无目的性的敬畏,我们试图为读者与听众提供更全面的觉察自我与认知世界的工具,以不断重建当下的方式穿越时间、抵达生活的本质。

Not So Wimpy Teacher Podcast

Jamie Sears

Connecting with Students Online with Jennifer Serravallo

Welcome back to the Not So Wimpy Teacher podcast!   I have a really special treat for you today. If you are teaching students online, whether it’s virtual or hybrid, this is the episode for you.   Today’s guest, Jennifer Serravallo, is a literacy consultant and speaker and has three New York Times best selling books! Her latest book is called “Connecting with Students Online: Strategies for Remote Teaching and Learning.”   I asked Jen to join me today to talk through the idea of connecting with students online.    We’re covering everything from how to form relationships with students to having realistic expectations for yourself and your students during a pandemic.    Episode 94 Takeaways:  + When the tech isn’t working, stay calm, and remind yourself that you’re doing what you can. + Ask yourself if the things that are challenging you are within your control.  + Get your kids working off the screen as much as possible

Teachers in America

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Grow Your Own Hydroponic Learning Lab with Melissa Tracy

Today we speak with charter school teacher and 2022 Changemaker Award winner, Melissa Tracy. Between their raised planters, vertical gardens, and hydroponic learning lab, Melissa and her high school students grow enough leafy greens to help provide for the food deserts nearby.Teachers in America profiles K–12 teachers across the country. Hear firsthand from the people who are shaping young lives in the classroom every day. If you or someone you know would be a good candidate for Teachers in America, please email us at

Sassy Social Work

Levy Rosado LMSW

UNIT 4 - Professional Relationships, Values and Ethics

Hey Sassy Social Workers
Here is the one and ONLY episode for Professional Relationships, Values, and Ethics. It contains the following sections;
Legal and Ethical Issues Related to the Practice of Social Work
Professional Values and Principles
Techniques to Identify  and Resolve Ethical Dilemmas 
Client/Client System Competence and Self-Determination 
Techniques for Protecting and Enhancing Client/Client System Self-Determination
The Client/Client System's Right to Refuse Services
Professional Boundaries in the Social Worker-Client/Client System Relationship
Self-Disclosure Principles and Applications
Legal and/or Ethical Issues Regarding Documentation
Legal and/or Ethical Issues Regarding Termination
Legal and/or Ethical Issues Related to Death and Dying
Research Ethics
Models of Supervision and Consultation 
Ethical Issues i

Behind the Prop

Bobby Doss, Wally Mulhearn

E090 - Sloppy Flying

Please subscribe to our podcast and share this week's episode!  It really helps grow the show.Also be sure to follow us on social media:Facebook - Behind the Prop - Home | FacebookInstagram - of course check us out any time at!

Law School

The Law School of America

Tort law (2022): Principles of negligence: Reasonable person (Part One)

In law, a reasonable person, reasonable man, or the man on the Clapham omnibus, is a hypothetical person of legal fiction crafted by the courts and communicated through case law and jury instructions.
Strictly according to the fiction, it is misconceived for a party to seek evidence from actual people in order to establish how the reasonable man would have acted or what he would have foreseen. This person's character and care conduct under any common set of facts, is decided through reasoning of good practice or policy—or "learned" permitting there is a compelling consensus of public opinion—by high courts.
In some practices, for circumstances arising from an uncommon set of facts, this person is seen to represent a composite of a relevant community's judgment as to how a typical member of said community should behave in situations that might pose a threat of harm (through action or i


Oxford University

China in the global reproduction migration order

Peidong Yang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) presented this seminar as part of the COMPAS/Fertility and Reproduction Studies Group seminar series on 14 January 2019

The Edtech Podcast

Sophie Bailey, @soph_bailey

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Teacher Time Podcast

Stephanie Palovchik

Glows and Grows From This School Year

It's the 50th Episode of The Teacher Time Podcast and we're celebrating in a big way! In this episode, you'll hear from 5 teachers who shared their own Glows and Grows from this school year! This episode also features a special GIVEAWAY that will help set you up with some fabulous teacher tools before next school year.
The end of the year is a great time to reflect, to celebrate the positives, and set goals for yourself moving forward. And rather than hearing my reflections, I wanted to share with you the glows and grows of more teachers around the world who have also been in the classroom with us, experiencing the ups and downs of this school year.
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IELTSCast | Weekly shadowing exercises for IELTS Speaking

Ryan Higgins

Episode 74 | Full IELTS Speaking sample! Part 3: Outdoor activities

Leave your five star review here! (Thanks!) Try a FREE sample lesson! Here is a transcript of what is heard in this week's podcast episode: 20 June 2022 | Part 3 | An outdoor activity We’ve been talking about an outdoor activity, and I would like to ask you a few more questions about this topic. Do you like spending time outdoors? Yes I do actually. I love biking, walking and just dining al fresco when the weather is nice. Fortunately, in this country, the weather avails itself to all sorts of outdoor activities from physical exercise to socialising with friends. Are there any benefits to outdoor activities? Of course! First of all, if you are engagin

Future U Podcast

Jeff Selingo, Michael Horn

Presidencies of Firsts

Two storied Jesuit institutions, the College of Holy Cross and Fordham Universities, have their first lay presidents. But Vincent Rougeau and Tania Tetlow are also both trained lawyers and each one respectively is the first Black president and first woman president to lead their institutions. Michael and Jeff welcome Vince and Tania to the podcast.Relevant Links:The future(s) of public higher education: How state universities can survive­–and thrive–in a new eraChoosing College: How to Make Better Learning Decisions Throughout Your Life by Michael B. Horn and Bob MoestaHearts Touched with Fire: How Great Leaders are Made by David GergenThe March of Folly: From Troy to Vietnam by Barbara Tuchman

Teaching Autism and Special Education

Teaching Autism

Teachers, Enjoy Your Summer Break!

Today on the podcast is an episode that is really important to me.. Teachers, Enjoy Your Summer Break! And it’s something that I feel really passionately about. It is so easy these days to think that we need to sacrifice our summer break and keep working. Many teachers even admit to going into school to […]

Getting Smart Podcast

Getting Smart

Isaiah R. Walker on Recruiting and Retaining Black, Indigenous, Educators of Color

On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Deion Jordan is joined by Isaiah Walker, principal at KIPP Philadelphia Prep Academy, where he manages and mentors multiple Principals in Residence.  Isaiah started his teaching career at Saint Charles Borromeo School in Harlem, teaching middle school science. He then transitioned to Newark to teach middle school English language arts at Great Oaks Charter School. Later on, Isaiah spent five years working with KIPP focusing on building teacher coaching and leadership development with KIPP NYC and KIPP School Leadership Programs. As a leader in his building and the KIPP network, Isaiah developed multiple at-risk intervention programs to address social and emotional issues for students that are being used throughout the organization and across the country. Isaiah holds a B.A. from Columbia University, has studied and received certifications from Cor

The Infant Toddler Toolbox

Alaina Nace-Meyer and Jen Addleman

25. Pretend Play

Pretend play offers young children the opportunity to explore and develop their understanding of themselves and the world around them. Through imitation and imagination they build a deeper vocabulary, hone motor skills, and develop problem solving strategies. Listen as Jen and Alaina talk about all the benefits of pretend play and share strategies for caregivers to create spaces that support and enhance this emerging skill.Resources:​

The Birth Class Podcast

Lizzie Bolliger

41: Eating & Arting Your Placenta with Tessa Lowe

Okay, so you've heard that moms are eating their placentas in postpartum but you have no clue where to start? Tune in to this episode with our resident Placenta Specialist, Tessa Lowe of Grace of Life Doula to learn about your options for consuming your placenta and the amazing unique services Tessa offers. If you can't find a local provider to process your placenta, you are going to want to listen to this episode for a solution!

Find Tessa on Instagram @graceoflifedoula to learn more about her services.

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The Inforium

Thomas Frank and Martin Boehme

The Final 5 Questions (Ep. 25)

Here we are: the end of time (for this podcast). We mark this historic moment, after so many years of podcasting, with one last batch of listener questions.This week’s episode is sponsored by:Brilliant: Accelerate your learning in math, science, and computer science. Start learning for free at — and if you’re one of the first 200 people to use this link, you’ll also get 20% off your subscription.Skillshare: With thousands of courses in a wide range of different skills, Skillshare can help you take things to the next level. You can also get started with a free trial with unlimited learning (including Thomas' new Productivity for Creatives course!) at show notes: us elsewhere:Thomas on Twitter: on Instagram: on Instagram:

Astronomy 161 - Introduction to Solar System Astronomy

Richard Pogge

Astronomy 141 Podcast Teaser

AANP and ANCC Q&A with PANCE Audio Pro

PANCE Audio Pro

This podcast is a recorded list of over 1,400 questions originally designed to prepare physician assistant students for their certification exam (the PANCE). But if you are nurse practitioner student preparing for your own certification exam, you may also find these questions useful.

Straight From The Cutter's Mouth: A Retina Podcast

Jayanth Sridhar

An informal yet insightful commentary featuring interviews and perspectives from leaders in vitreoretinal surgery as well as the next generation of retinal specialists

Not Just Cute, the Podcast: Intentional Whole Child Development for Parents and Teachers of Young Children

Amanda Morgan

Episode 50: Rethinking the Entire Approach to Preschool (Diving into the NPR Article)

Early last month, NPR published an article with the title, “A top researcher says it's time to rethink our entire approach to preschool”.  Maybe you saw it, or like me, maybe you had several people send it to you because they knew you’d find it fascinating. The article featured developmental psychologist and researcher Dr. Dale Farran and her reflections on the most recent round of startling outcomes from the Tennessee Voluntary PreK cohort, which she and her colleagues at Vanderbilt University have been studying for more than a decade. The article struck a nerve, particularly its last line which said, “We might actually get better results, … from simply letting little children play.” In this episode, I’ll be diving into some of the context around this article and the study it references.  We’ll talk about what we can learn from these results and why these lessons apply far beyond the s

Nurse Educator Tips for Teaching

Nurse Educator

Telehealth Education

Dr. Kelli Garber describes the current state of telehealth as a method of care delivery, why telehealth education is important, and strategies for integrating telehealth in APRN programs. She also presents the outcomes of her study on the impact of different types of telehealth education on provider experience and adoption. Don't miss this podcast!

The Secrets of Mathematics

Oxford University

Mathemalchemy: a mathematical and artistic adventure

This lecture is a visual treat as Ingrid Daubechies celebrates the joy, creativity and beauty of mathematics. Inspired by textile artist Dominique Ehrmann, Ingrid, with Dominique, conceived the idea of a large mathematical installation that incorporated a myriad of mathematical ideas in an entertaining and visually stimulating way. Aided by the whimsy and imagination of 24 colleagues from across the mathematical universe, the Installation is taking shape - all kinds of shape. So who is Arnold and why is he baking Mandelbrot cookies?

Multi-award winning Ingrid Daubechies is James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University. The Oxford Mathematics Public Lectures are generously supported by XTX Markets.

Commute Internal medicine board review

Maher Alrahamneh, MD

A quick, concise, and to the point internal medicine board review material, prepare for your boards while commuting, exercising, whenever, and wherever. The written content of these podcasts can be downloaded at

Trial Lawyer Confidential

Elena Saris | Criminal Defense Lawyer, Speaker and Trainer


In This Episode: I pull back the curtain on the the plea of Not Guilty By Reason of Insanity.  How does it differ from Diminished Capacity and Competency to Stand Trial? Contrary to what the media often portrays, the insanity defense is pled  … Continue reading →

Bar Exam Game Plan®

Bar Exam Game Plan

Embracing The Metrics

Tune in to listen to an important tip related to your metrics.


This episode is sponsored by
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Become an IDOL

Dr. Robin Sargent

Gamification of Learning with Moe Ash | 56

In this episode, I'll be chatting with Moe Ash, an IDOL Mentor, Freelance Consultant, and Owner/Founder of The Catalyst.
He holds a BSC degree in Human Resources Management and a degree in Economics from Sadat Academy for Management Sciences, a master’s degree in International Development from the American University in Cairo. An associate CIPD-HR, Certified Instructional Designer by HRCI, Certified performance & competency developer - Certified learning & development manager - Certified assessment center analyst by Middle Earth HR . Mohamed is currently looking into acquiring his CPTD & a degree in business psychology aiming to blend L&D, gamification, and performance management in a tight cohesive mold.
Moe is the founder of The Catalyst, an instructional design consultancy focused on the sole purpose of creating an impeccable learning experience.
Connect with Moe on LinkedIn here:

FINRA Exam Tips and Career Advice - Achievable Podcast


Taking a FINRA exam? Achievable's expert author Brandon Rith talks studying strategy, game-day approach, and application advice for that job or university you're applying to afterwards. Brandon Rith has 16 years experience as a licensing facilitator and director at Fidelity Investments. He is an 8X Fidelity Excellent In Action Award Winner for Licensing Facilitation.

CiRCE Institute Podcast Network

CiRCE Institute

Proverbial #99: Problems

Who would send a boy to do a man's job? Joshua Gibbs investigates. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Art Ed Radio

The Art of Education University

Ep. 321 - What Do New Teachers Need to Know About PD?

In the fifth of an ongoing series of podcasts for new teachers, Janet Taylor joins Tim to discuss what new teachers need to know about their professional development. Listen as they discuss some of their best and worst PD experiences, their favorite types of professional development, suggestions for new teachers, and how you can adapt to try to make any kind of professional development worthwhile. Resources and Links Follow Janet on Instagram What Do New Teachers Need to Know About Curriculum? What Do New Teachers Need to Know About Classroom Management? See AOEU's YouTube Series for New Teachers See all of AOEU's Resources for New Teachers

The Extra Mile For Bar Exam Takers

Jackson Mumey and Megan Saia

Episode 394: Florida Bar Exam Results - Pass Rates Continue To Fall

The Feb 2022 Florida Bar Exam results were released this week and the news continues to be bad for most applicants. With an overall pass rate of only 44% and a repeater pass rate of 26%, it's clear that the test is brutally difficult to pass.  Megan and Jackson break down the numbers and identify the trends to watch, plus offer their expert analysis of what it takes to pass the Florida Bar Exam in this difficult environment. Video Episode 394: Florida Bar Exam Results From Feb 2022 NEW: Calming The Chaos™ Mindset Coaching Time Management Coaching 6 Keys To The Pass List Video Training Series Level Up Your Celebration Bar Review Course! Order PhotoReading For The Bar Exam™ BarMaps™ From Celebration Bar Review New Multistate Nutshell Videos™ New MasterClass: Abundance For Bar Study™ Calm and Health Paraliminal Set Paraliminal Pack Order Page Successful Student Case Studies Do Something Different! FREE Webina

Heinemann Podcast

The Heinemann Podcast

Cultivating Student Agency with Debbie Miller and Emily Callahan

What happens when students have the freedom to know themselves as learners, and lean into their agency?Today Debbie Miller and Emily Callahan join us to talk about fostering student agency in the classroom. Debbie and Emily are co-authors of I’m The Kind of Kid Who…: Invitations That Support Learner Identity and Agency. Their book presents readers with a series of “invitations” that welcome students to explore their own motivations and choices.As always, a transcript of this episode can be found at© Heinemann Publishing 2022See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Math Before Breakfast

Tracy Proffitt, Ruth Erquiaga

Three mornings a week, we meet before breakfast for an early-morning run. We spend most of our time planning and reflecting on what's happening in our classrooms. This has become our favorite professional development, so we figured, why not share these moments with you. Tracy is a 4th grade math and science teacher, and Ruth is a 6th grade math teacher.

Biblical Theology

Dr. Edmund Clowney

Christ in All the Scriptures 16: Wisdom Literature II

Lecture by Dr. Edmund Clowney

Exam Study Expert: ace your exams with the science of learning

William Wadsworth

84. How To Pass An Exam: 7 Make-Or-Break Moments

I took major exams over 7 years of my life, through high school and University (Cambridge). Looking back, there were 7 pivotal moments itself which made all the difference when it came to my final grade.I'm not talking about the studying or the exam prep - these 7 moments are all taken from what happened actually in the exam hall itself.Learn from my mistakes, borrow from what I did well, and use my experiences to help set YOU for maximum success if and when you face similar challenges on the day of your exam.Because sometimes, all you need is one more mark to pass.Here's how to get it :-)*Hosted by William Wadsworth, memory psychologist, independent researcher and study skills coach. I help ambitious students to study smarter, not harder, so they can ace their exams with less work and less stress.BOOK 1:1 COACHING to supercharge your exam success: a copy of Outsmart Your Ex

LSAT Unplugged + Law School Admissions Podcast

Steve Schwartz

Law School Admissions as a Non-Traditional Student I Coaching w/ Steve

Free Easy LSAT Cheat Sheet: LSAT Unplugged Courses: LSAT Schedules: LSAT Blog Free Stuff: LSAT Unplugged YouTube Channel: LSAT Unplugged Podcast: LSAT Unplugged Instagram: #lsat #lawschool #lawstudent #lawstudents

Cassie Stephens

Cass Stephens

(Re)Discovering Your Passion and Finding Your 'Thing'

My last couple of episodes might have struck a chord with you if you were in a place like I was several years ago: "I don't know what my THING is!" Everyone seems to have their passion, their purpose and it can be downright scary if you feel you don't have your own. Let's talk about it today and discuss ways to find your 'thing'. 

School Leadership Reimagined

Robyn Jackson

Summer Rewind Episode 84

Summer is a time for making plans but should you really be doing everything you're thinking about doing? Before you answer, you need to listen to this summer rewind episode. I'm often asked what the secret is to success. Is it some new program? Some secret strategy? Some new technique? Unfortunately, my answer disappoints many people looking for the latest and greatest next new thing. Success, it turns out, is pretty boring. So if you find yourself chasing the latest new thing and you're constantly on the school improvement hamster wheel, then tune in to today's episode to learn the secret of true success. In other words, discover how to be boring #LikeABuilder

Law to Fact

Professor Leslie Garfield Tenzer

The Practice of Immigration Law

In this episode...I speak with Kevin Gregg, a partner at Kurzban, Kurzban,  Tetzeli and Pratt about his experience practicing Immigration Law.  We cover a host of issues including the origins of modern immigration law practice, key entree jobs into the practice area and some ideal first jobs, including internships and government programs.  Mr. Gregg shares information about some little known terrific job opportunities and shares some great insights into growing as a lawyer during the first years of practice.Some key takeaways...1. modern immigration law began with The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996.2. The Attorney General's Honors Program is a great way to break into the area of law3. You don't have to be in the top of your class to get a federal internship, nor do you have to secure that internship right out of law school.About our guest...Kevin A. Gregg is a partner with KKTP, practicing in all

Leading the Next Generation with Tim Elmore

Growing Leaders

The Foggy Day Effect: The Secret to Hitting your Target

It is difficult to live a meaningful life without clear goals. Goals give us purpose. They give us energy. They give us motivation. In this episode, Tim and Andrew highlight one of our habitudes called “The Foggy Day Effect” and give real-world action steps on how we can set and stick to the goals we want to achieve in life.

Access our Habitudes for SEL Curriculum by clicking here.


Ashley Renwick

Healthy Eating and Sleeping

 Exploring how healthy eating and sleeping relate to the Waldorf approach.  In this episode I'm speaking to my own experience growing up attending a Waldorf school and how it came across that healthy eating and sleeping were related to the Waldorf philosophy. I'm also hosting returning guest, anthroposophical doctor, Dr. Adam Blanning, to speak with me about the relationship between Waldorf and healthy eating and sleeping. In addition, towards the end of this episode, I wrap up this final episode of the seventh season and speak about what's next for Waldorfy. Additional show notes and resources for this episode can be found at: you to all our generous Waldorfy Patreon supporters!! Special thanks to our Waldorfy season seven podcast partner, Sparkle Stories! To learn more about guest Adam Blanning and what he offers, click here.Theme music for this episode was composed and performed by Book K

The Law School Playbook

Halle Hara

Coaching, training, and resources to get the most out of your law school experience.

The Math Dude Quick and Dirty Tips to Make Math Easier

300 TMD Math Is a Playground…So Play!

What’s the point of learning math? Why is it so important that kids are exposed to mathematical thinking? And what do parents and teachers need to know about learning real math? Keep on listening to find out! Read the full transcript here:



AUA2022 : The Changing Face of Advanced Prostate Cancer 2022

The Changing Face of Advanced Prostate Cancer 2022(2022)

CME Available:

At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:
1. Identify and treat a patient with new diagnosed M1 prostate cancer with androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) plus be able to offer additional therapies that extend survival.
2. Recognize high volume new M1 prostate cancer to be able to refer to a genitourinary (GU) medical oncologist for systemic chemotherapy.
3. Diagnose M0 metastatic CRPC and educate patients about using novel oral AR targeted therapeutics added to traditional ADT as a way to improve their patient's overall and radiographic progression-free survival.
4. Identify the differences between these AR targeted oral agents and to educate patients about side effects and toxicities.
5. Describe the latest phase III r

The Learning Scientists Podcast

Learning Scientists

A podcast for teachers, students, and parents about evidence based practice and learning.

Wade Center

Wade Center at Wheaton College (IL)

Creed or Chaos: Vol. 2, Essays by Dorothy L. Sayer's on the Creeds, Sin, and Christian Maturity

"It is worse than useless for Christians to talk about the importance of Christian morality, unless they are prepared to take their stand on the fundamentals of Christian theology." Few Christian authors can cut straight to the heart of our problems like Sayers. In this week's episode, Drs. Crystal and David C. Downing continue to discuss a series of incredibly relevant essays written by Sayers on "The Over Six Deadly Sins," "Strong Meat," and the eponymous "Creed or Chaos."

ASCD Learn Teach Lead Radio

BAM Radio Network - The Twitterati Channel

School Is Out: Decompress, Reflect, Consider What Matters

Chase Mielke is a writer, speaker, and award-winning high school teacher. He holds a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction and runs He is the author of The Burnout Cure: Learning to Love Teaching Again. His work has been featured on CNN and on these websites: We Are Teachers, Edutopia, HuffPost, and Cult of Pedagogy.

The School Leadership Show

Dr. Mike Doughty

S4 E5 Candid and Compassionate Feedback

In this episode, Jenn David-Lang of The Main Idea and I have a conversation with Joe Jones and T.J. Vari about their book Candid and Compassionate Feedback: Transforming Everyday Practice in Schools. We talk about how leaders can empower teachers and change culture with an approach to feedback that can be challenging for many leaders who have developed ineffective habits over time. We could have gone on for hours. These gentlemen bring a level of experience and insight to school leadership that is both refreshing and instructive. You can learn more about their work at their website: Send your comments, questions, and show ideas to  Consider rating the podcast in iTunes and leaving a comment.  And please pass the show along to your colleagues.  If you or someone you know would like to sponsor the show, send me an email at

The Evidence Based Education Podcast

Evidence Based Education

Classroom Management

Classroom management is a key component of great teaching. Great teachers manage the classroom to maximise opportunity to learn, and no model of great teaching could be complete without classroom management. Managing the behaviour and activities of a class of students is a huge part of what teachers do. 

Classroom management and culture is multifaceted. In this episode of the Evidence Based Education podcast, we explore just a few factors and ideas that can help teachers consider and manage behaviour in their classroom.  

In this episode: 

Professor Rob Coe talks about the importance of classroom management for ‘maximising opportunity to learn’ – Dimension 3 of the Model for Great Teaching
Dr Alicia Chodkiewicz suggests we move away from framing behaviour as good or bad

David Didau reflects on social norms as an influencer of behaviour

Tom Bennett on routines as building blocks of the c

Theology Faculty

Oxford University

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Torch: The Great Courses Podcast

The Great Courses

Was the American West as Wild as We Think?

Experience the grit and grandeur of an epic period in American history with a story more thrilling than any Hollywood Western. History professor Patrick N. Allitt dispels tall tales by sharing even more fascinating true stories of the American West. He reveals the facts behind accepted myths around the Cherokee, the Gold Rush, and even beaver fur hats.

Fast Track Literacy Success

camilla Occhipinti

#055 The Literacy Big 6 Series 5. Comprehension

When we think of reading comprehension we should first start with the understanding of the Simple View of Reading (Gough & Tunmer, 1986), consisting of two essential components for learning to read, Language Comprehension and Word Recognition. Word Recognition has been covered in our previous podcasts of Phonemic Awareness and Phonics and in this episode we share with you some skills, elements, and components of Language Comprehension using the framework of the Simple View of Reading. Reading comprehension ability is complex and multifaceted; it consists of being familiar with a text’s vocabulary, having some background knowledge of the particular topic and grasping an understanding of the language structures used.  So let's explore these together and I'll give you some hints and tips to use straight away in your classroom.  

SoulWords- Full Library

Rabbi Shais Taub

Lesson 27

Chapter 16 describes the "tevunos" or quasi-emotional appreciations of Hashem felt by the Beinoni through meditation.

Those Who Were There: Voices from the Holocaust

Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies

Episode 10 — Judith Perlaki

Teenaged Judith Perlaki recalled cheating death twice after being deported from Hungary to Auschwitz. But most of her family wasn’t so fortunate. While assigned to sort the belongings of people sent to the gas chambers, Judith discovered the dresses of her little sister and aunt.

Nietzsche on Mind and Nature

Oxford University

Nietzsche Source. Scholarly Nietzsche editions on the web

Introduction to the scholarly editions of Nietzsche Source: the digital critical edition based on Colli/Montinary, the digital edition of the Nietzsche estate including works, manuscripts and letters and the future genetic edition of Nietzsche's works.

Teach Me Biology

Sarah Matthews & Ria Corbett

Synaptic Transmission

It's the one you've all been waiting for... Synaptic transmission. This week we're learning all about synaptic knobs. Ria is a little bit poorly in this one, I have cut out all the coughing and spluttering but she is a little on the quiet side.Find us on the internet! Our website -  - teachmebiologycast@gmail.comTwitter - - @teachmebiologycastSupport us - American Ag SpotlightDevoted to highlighting the people & companies in agriculture who impact our industry...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the show

Social | Psychoanalytic | Work

Neil Gorman (DSW, LCSW, PEL, AP)

Lectures and instruction for SWK-6521 Advanced Clinical Social Work. A course in the MSW program at Aurora University.

California Real Estate Principles

Patrick J. Hogarty, MA

Normally, this is the first course students will take to help them prepare for further studies in real estate. This is a fundamental real estate course covering the basic laws and principles of California real estate, and provides an understanding, background, and the terminology necessary for advanced study in specialized real estate courses. This course is required by the California Department of Real Estate prior to taking the Real Estate Salesperson's examination.

Effective Altruism: An Introduction – 80,000 Hours

The 80000 Hours team

Effective altruism in a nutshell

'Effective Altruism: An Introduction' is a collection of ten top episodes of The 80,000 Hours Podcast specifically selected to help listeners quickly get up to speed on the school of thought known as effective altruism.Here the host of the show — Rob Wiblin — briefly explains what effective altruism is all about, and what to expect from the rest of this series.

The Ultimate Blog Podcast

Amy Reinecke & Jennifer Draper

25. An Ultimate Blog Bootcamp Success Story: Brittany Glynn

On today’s episode of the Ultimate Blog Podcast, we had the opportunity to chat with Brittany Glynn. Brittany is one of our former students from the Ultimate Blog Bootcamp, and part of our Ultimate Blog Membership. Today we have a very real and honest conversation about blogging and motherhood. Brittany shares her journey to blogging (down to the exact moment that she knew she needed to start a blog), shares how she loves being a voice for others through the encouragement and inspiration of blogging, how she manages her time blogging and taking care of her family, and the importance of community in this space. Tune in to hear all of the key takeaways from this episode! Check out the show notes (link below) for links and resources mentioned in this episode! Thanks for listening! Connect with us on Instagram: @sparkmediaconcepts Thinking about starting a blog? Check out the Ultimate Blog Bootcamp! SHOW NOTES: www.spar

Life as a Coder

Ozark Institute Powered by Oncospark

Are you a Patient Advocate?

In this episode we will chat with Jared Walker, Founder at Dollar For where the goal is Advocating for patients to eliminate medical debt. We are all patients at one point in our life. The Burdens to provide healthcare are great for providers and healthcare staff but the burden for patients are great indeed! 
According to Jared " Many patients are involved in payment agreements and going into debt for medical bills they do not have to pay"
Let's discuss:

Charity Care
Patient Advocacy
Medical Bill Education
Being a proactive patient

Want to volunteer? Join NOW as a Volunteer and help Dollar For continue to #crush medical debt 
Jared and I will both be speaking at the Healthcare Advocate Summit September 7-9 in New Orleans. Get your Tickets:



Send in a voice message: https://a

Department of Statistics

Oxford University

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Nursing School Lectures

nursing lectures

Acid Base Imbalances & Critical Lab Values

Acid Base Imbalances & Critical Lab Values- a trick for Nclex memorization

Think UDL

Think UDL

Inclusive Instructors Use UDL with Tracie Addy

Welcome to episode 74 of the Think UDL podcast: Inclusive Instructors Use UDL with Tracie Addy. Dr. Tracie Addy is the Associate Dean of Teaching and Learning and the Director of the Center for the Integration of Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania. Along with her co-authors Derek Dube, Khadijah A. Mitchell, and Mallory SoRelle, she wrote the book What Inclusive Instructors Do: Principles and Practices for Excellence in College Teaching. I have wanted to have Dr. Addy on the podcast since I participated in one of the webinars associated with her book as I saw so many correlations between UDL and the practices and principles that she highlights. In today’s conversation, we take a look at barriers to inclusion, what facilitates student learning, and what creates or hinders a sense of belonging. We also talk about course design, inclusive syllabi, how to engage students, and how to creat

Tolkien at Oxford

Oxford University

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Celtic Source

Celtic Source

Dr Gwilym Morus-Baird discusses various aspects of Celtic myth and culture, with a particular focus on Welsh and Irish source texts.

The Bible as Literature

The Ephesus School

The Preacher

Everyone has something to say. If you operate on a human premise, this is perfectly acceptable, admirable--even a thing to be encouraged. It is the empty fuel that makes dead things look alive, an entertaining distraction that makes emptiness feel meaningful. Not so in Scripture. In the wilderness of God's scroll, there is only one voice. One source of life. One pedagogy set forth in letters divinely inscribed. Make that your premise, and it will silence all the voices in the room, beginning with yours. Unlike the false consolation of many voices, it will take you to lonely places where that one needful voice can be heard more clearly. When that painful voice becomes your premise; when you truly have nothing to say; then, finally, you can teach Scripture. Then, like the Preacher in Jerusalem, you will find yourself exclaiming, "All is vanity!" Everything is vanity. Richard and Fr. Marc discuss Luke 1:25-30Episode 435  Luke 1:25-30; Music:

The Physician Assistant Life - Everything Physician Assistant. A Podcast for Practicing PAs, Pre-Physician Assistants and PA

Stephen Pasquini PA-C

Applying to PA School with a Low GPA: Admissions Directors Answer Your Questions

Applying to PA School with a Low GPA: Admissions Directors Answer Your QuestionsHow to Get Into PA School With a Low GPA PA school administrators from ten top-ranking PA programs answer your questions on how to get into PA school with a low GPA. A low GPA is probably the hardest area to improve. This makes sense – it was years in the making, and can’t be […]
The post Applying to PA School with a Low GPA: Admissions Directors Answer Your Questions first appeared on The Physician Assistant Life.

Red, Blue, and Brady


This isn't your typical political podcast. Brought to you by one of the oldest gun violence prevention organizations, Red, Blue, and Brady discusses current events and shares personal narratives in its exploration of America's epidemic of firearm woundings and deaths. In these episodes, you'll hear our hosts JJ and Kelly talk with survivors, activists, academics, politicians, and more as they join together for insightful — and, despite the grim subject matter, at times humorous — dialogs about the country's long-standing love for guns, the positive and negative effects of that love, and the political, educational, and cultural efforts of Brady and its allies as we work together to end gun violence.


Joe Sanfelippo

We're In This Thing Together

New Twitter vs. Old Twitter...ridiculous television...and remembering that we are all in this thing together.

Math Minded Teachers

Rethink Math Teacher

Empowering math teachers to reach every student through remediation, differentiation, and classroom management.

Blk + In Grad School

Strengths not Strikes / Westwood One Podcast Network

Love + in Grad School | Ep. 164

Happy [Early] Valentine's Day! Blk + in Grad School is returning with the grad school love story. Meet Dr. & Dr. Grimes two love-birds who met in graduate school. In this week's episode, they share their paths to the doctorate degree and then to each other. It's a love story like no other as they managed to both finish and defend their dissertations, wed, and secure jobs (at the same university!) all in one year's span. A testament to love on this day that is all about L-O-V-E!Check out the updated Blk + in Grad School website at blkingradschool.comFollow on Instagram and Twitter @blkingradschool

The Education Gadfly Show

Thomas B. Fordham Institute

For more than 15 years, the Fordham Institute has been hosting a weekly podcast, The Education Gadfly Show. Each week, you’ll get lively, entertaining discussions of recent education news, usually featuring Fordham’s Mike Petrilli and David Griffith. Then the wise Amber Northern will recap a recent research study. For questions or comments on the podcast, contact its producer, Pedro Enamorado, at

Critical Reasoning: A Romp Through the Foothills of Logic

Oxford University

Answers to Questions (Other Resource)

Answers to Questions posed in lectures 1 to 6 of Marianne Talbot's lecture series on critical reasoning for beginners.

The Safety Pro Podcast

Blaine J. Hoffmann, MS OHSM

EP 152: How Crappy Lifts Happen w/Lori Frederic

Join the Community of Safety Pros today! Join the Community of Safety Pros today! In this episode, Lori Frederic (The Movement Ninja) takes over the podcast while Blaine is traveling. She discusses how crappy lifts happen, and what to do about them. Please listen and share this episode with others. If you want to go more in-depth on this and other topics - become a SafetyPro Community member (FREE to join). Premium Community members can access exclusive content like episode videos, video courses, templates/downloads, participate in live streams, and direct message/live chat with the Safety Pro. Become a PREMIUM member today! Join the Community of Safety Pros today! **Visit MightyLine Tape for all of your floor marking and facility sign needs**

Tea for Teaching

John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare

A COIL Course

The ability to understand and work with people from other cultures is an important skill for students to develop in our globally interconnected and interdependent world. In this episode, Josh McKeown, Jessica Harris, and Minjung Seo join us to discuss how online collaborative learning projects can help students develop intercultural competencies.  Josh is the Associate Provost for International Education and Programs at SUNY Oswego. Jessica is an Assistant Professor and Minjung is an Associate Professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Wellness, also at SUNY Oswego.

A transcript of this episode and show notes may be found at

Certified: The OCS Prep Podcast

Certified The OCS Prep Podcast

Last Minute Test Tips

This is the end of season 2! In this quick episode, Alexis and Amanda share a few last minute test prep tips. If you have questions, send us an email at Find us on Instagram at @certifiedocspodcast. Visit our Patreon page at . Become a Patreon member for early access to episodes, priority response for your questions, access to bonus episodes, and to get on our newsletter list for more study tips and materials! Interested in using MedBridge to study for your OCS!? Get $175 off your yearly membership with the code: CERTIFIED.
We highly recommend checking out ACE the OCS for practice questions to help you prepare for the OCS exam! Order your copy of ACE the OCS at

Aquinas 101 - Course 1: Why Aquinas?

The Thomistic Institute

Episode 6 – Aquinas on the Incarnation - Part 1 | Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.

Course Listening for Lesson 6 - "How Do You Read an Article of the Summa?"

Biology 2110-2120: Anatomy and Physiology with Doc C

Dr. Gerald Cizadlo

Sep 6: Cellular Construction

英文流利聽說訓練 | MJ英語 | MJ English


Ep.53 | 英文一定要開口練 聽力變得清晰 | 疑問句練習

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Combat Ready Fire Training Show

Combat Ready Fire Training, LLC

What's your department's ventilation culture? ??

We'll be diving into ventilation practices and cultures. Nick will be joined by Captains Bill Cunningham and Chris Ford from the Columbia, SC Fire Department, to talk about how departments tend to ventilate very differently based on the truck company culture.
Some departments are quick to cut the roof. Others avoid the roof but take the windows. Many do both. Some just place fans at the door. Some are fans of hydraulic ventilation, others are not.
After working in departments with significantly different ventilation cultures, it has been interesting to observe that the primary difference has been the truck company CULTURE more than the fires or buildings.
So, on this show we’ll be discussing the pro’s and con’s of these various ventilation tactics and how our departments operate. We'll talk about windows vs roofs vs fans - how our departments operate and why.  Plus, we'll get into some of the often overlook

بودكاست ايش بتسوي؟ | Eish BTSWI

The Mstdfr Network

046: إيش بتسوي في حلقة قصيرة مع د. هاشم الزين

يتكلم معنا د. هاشم الزين عن كيف يستطيع ان يساعد من له اهتمام في صناعة اختراع جديد و تطويره

Arabic for Beginners I

School of Humanities an Media Studies

L01 Introduction to Arabic I

The DaVinci Hour

DaVinci Academy

DaVinci Academy presents an interview series with individuals in medicine that is meant to provide listeners an inside look into the experiences of residents and attendings across a variety of fields in medicine. In addition, the show provides thoughtful advice on how to navigate one‘s journey towards their dream career. Website: Other podcast: #DaVinciCases

The Drug Training Podcast

The Drug Training Podcast

Training for Law Enforcement, Business, and Schools

Wicca Level 1: Witchcraft for Beginners

Gilad James, PhD



Admissions Straight Talk

Linda Abraham

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The CharacterStrong Podcast


The Importance Of Purpose - Dan Wolfe

Today our guest is Dan Wolfe an Assistant Principal at Sunray Elementary. We talk to Dan about the importance of purpose and how being connected to our purpose is so needed today. He shares how finding our purpose isn’t a destination, it’s a journey and gives ways that we can help others put a focus on purpose in their own lives. Dan Wolfe has served as an educator in Pasco County, Florida for more than 20 years. During this time, he has held roles as a teacher, instructional/district coach and administrator. He is currently an Assistant Principal at Sunray Elementary. He was selected as Pasco County’s District Teacher of the Year in 2011-2012 school year. He is a part of the district’s Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Committee that recently established Pre-K through Grade 12 SEL standards. For the past two years Dan has written a blog and recorded a podcast called Becoming The Change (formerly Our Moral Compass) which focuses on a

Veterinary Clinical Podcasts

The Royal Veterinary College

133 Chronic kideny disease and hypertension in cats

Joining Brian and myself in our virtual studio (although again I crept into the studio) we are delighted to have Dr Jack Lawson, one of our fabulous lecturers in Internal Medicine here at the RVC. We talk to him about canine mast cell tumours. Current recommendations and what is new. We hope that you enjoy.
The review paper we discuss, further references are in the article: 
To Cite this podcast as: Dom Barfield. RVC Clinical Podcast 133 Chronic kidney disease and hypertension in cats with Jack Lawson. Published on May 13 2022
If you have any comments about this podcast, please get in touch: email; tweet @dombarfield. We would greatly appreciate your time to rate us on Apple podcast, podbean or Acast and kindly write us a review. 

Pride and Prejudice

Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice: Vol2 - Chapter 1

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen: Vol2 - Chapter 1

Education Bookcast

Stanislaw Pstrokonski

Education Bookcast is a podcast principally for teachers and parents who would like to know more about education. We cover one education-related book or article each episode, going over the key points, placing it in context, and making connections with other ideas, topics, and authors. Topics include psychology, philosophy, history, and economics of education; pedagogy and teaching methods; neurology and cognitive science; and schools and school systems in historical and international perspective.

A+ Parents

Dennis DiNoia

Learning Math With Mrs. G | Georgia Konopczynski

Georgia Konopczynski, also known by her students as Mrs. G., teaches several live and blended math classes. She has a bachelor’s degree in physics with a minor in mathematics from Eckerd College in Florida. She started her teaching career in 2015 at a public middle school in Sarasota, Florida, and was an award-winning teacher. Her true passion is teaching and tutoring. Her students agree. Georgia enjoys playing sports and drums. She and her friends are active band members in her church in Bradenton, Florida.   Thank you for listening to the A+ Parents podcast. If you love the show, don’t forget to subscribe, share and leave us a review. Also, follow us online at or on our social channels @MrDMathlive @aplusparentspodcast Also, host Dennis DiNoia has a new book out NOW called “Teach: Becoming Independently Responsible Learners. Order your copy: OR on Amazo

Aesop's Fables Podcast


Aesop's Fables Podcast collects the timeless moral fables of the Greek storyteller Aesop. A perenial choice for the early education of children, these brief tales of virtuous living can be enjoyed by the young and old alike.

Out on the Wire

Jessica Abel

Out on the Wire is the show about making stories, step by step. Join cartoonist Jessica Abel as she breaks down the principles of storytelling and puts you on the path to crafting your own story—in prose, comics, audio, video—in any narrative art form, fiction or nonfiction. Featuring radio and podcasting star producers from This American Life, Radiolab, Planet Money, Snap Judgment, and many more. Listen, learn, and collaborate with us to make something great.

PANCE Audio Pro

PANCE Audio Pro

PANCE Audio Pro is a recorded list of over 1400 high-yield questions designed to help you study for the PANCE and PANRE. This material might also be helpful to physician assistant students preparing for didactic year exams or end of rotation exams. The trial podcast you are listening to offers, at no cost, less than 20% of the total questions in the complete podcast. You can visit to unlock the complete podcast episodes for one low price. This auditory exercise works best if you pause the audio between questions, allowing yourself time to recall the answers. Please contact us on the website if you have any feedback for edits we should make to our questions, at: Thank you for listening to PANCE Audio Pro, and please leave a review if this learning tool has been useful to you Safety Disclaimer: Don’t listen to headphones or operate your phone or audio device while driving or operating machinery. Be aware of your surroundings, especially while wearing headphones. Music: Autumn 2011 by Loxbeats: Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0. Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library:

SCOPE of Pain (Safer/Competent Opioid Prescribing Education)

Boston University School of Medicine Continuing Medical Education

The SCOPE of Pain Podcast series offers continuing medical education/continuing nursing education designed to help you safely and effectively manage patients with acute and/or chronic pain, when appropriate, with opioid analgesics.

Speech and Language Kids Podcast

Carrie Clark, Speech-Language Pathologist

When, How, and Why to Use AAC with a Child

Welcome to the Speech and Language Kids Podcast!  Today we're talking about how, when, and why to use AAC or augmentative-alternative communication devices and systems.  AAC allows children who are not able to talk to use something else to communicate with those around them.  Every child has the right to communication and it is our

Practical Ethics Bites

Oxford University

Practical Ethics Bites is a series of audio podcasts on practical ethics targeted specifically at pupils studying philosophy in UK schools. It is produced by the team behind the popular podcast Philosophy Bites, David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton. Philosophy Bites has had over 21 million downloads. David Edmonds is a Senior Research Associate at Oxford’s Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics and all the interviewees are academics linked to the Uehiro Centre. The series aims to be a free educational resource for teachers. Each interview is around 20 minutes long.

The Vet Blast Podcast

The Vet Blast Podcast

83: Tools for Predicting Underlying and Future Dental Disease

Dr. Kash Kuruppu received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Canada. Subsequently, she completed her graduate studies in epidemiology using big data technologies and machine learning to identify and predict risk factors for diseases in animal populations. Most recently, she was the cofounder and chief medical officer at a technology startup supporting veterinarians to deliver personalized care for companion animals. She is currently the chief veterinary officer at Basepaws, helping advance human and animal health through the study of their genetics.

Super High Yield Anesthesia!

Scott the 4th Year Med Student

Announcement (6/3/21): Hiatus

Hey guys!
I will be starting residency in two weeks, so I just want to relax a bit, play video games, hang out with friends and family, and basically just enjoy the free time as best as I can before the next leg of my training.
I love doing this podcast, but unfortunately it is a very involved process since I do everything from the research to editing. But I don’t plan on leaving you guys completely dry though! I’m thinking of being more involved with my blog, where I could talk about more personal stuff like life as a resident, tips and tricks, that sort of thing. That blog is part of my website, so check there or the facebook page to get updates.
I hope to be back in a year when I finish intern year and actually start anesthesia. In the meantime, I recommend checking out the resources page of the website for further resources (especially the recommended books post).
I would love to hear from you! Connect via the facebook p

Getting Into Nursing School Podcast by (NRSNG)

Jon Haws RN Nursing School Mentor

Finally, everything you need to know to get into nursing school. With admission rates dropping and waitlists growing we decided it was time to create a resource to help prospective nursing student navigate the stressful time with ease.