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EdChoice Chats is the EdChoice team’s official podcast. EdChoice is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing educational choice as the best pathway to successful lives and a stronger society. We believe families, not bureaucrats, are best equipped to make K-12 schooling decisions for their children. Our team works at the state level to educate diverse audiences, train advocates and engage policymakers on the benefits of high-quality school choice programs. Listen in to st ...
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EdCuration, in partnership with educators across the world, explores the tools, resources, practices and movements that are reshaping education. Learn about how to keep teaching and learning fresh, engaging, relevant and impactful in your classroom, school or district.
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A podcast about teaching, learning, and educational justice. We talk to faculty, students, alumni, and community members about current issues in education affecting K-12 schools and higher education. FDU EdCast is produced by the School of Education at Fairleigh Dickinson University and hosted by Brian Mooney. Executive producer is Allen Debren. The opinions expressed are those of the host and guests alone, and not the university or School of Education.
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The Harvard EdCast

Harvard Graduate School of Education

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In the complex world of education, the Harvard EdCast keeps the focus simple: what makes a difference for learners, educators, parents, and our communities. The EdCast is a weekly podcast about the ideas that shape education, from early learning through college and career. We talk to teachers, researchers, policymakers, and leaders of schools and systems in the US and around the world — looking for positive approaches to the challenges and inequities in education. Through authentic conversat ...
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土曜の55分間だけ営業する旅行会社EDC(=Eureka Drive Corporation)の社員たちが担当するPodcast番組。 毎週土曜日に配信中です。
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“This is going to be a fun and interesting podcast. I started this in August 19, 2020.” That’s my old intro, I just had to keep it for the nostalgia. This podcast is solely about EDC, as you can see from the title. Episodes not about EDC will be added on special occasions such as holidays and podcast anniversaries. Enjoy the podcast! ;) Podcast name formerly “FunFunFun”, about random topics.
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Outdoor EDcast

Joël Charrière

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Outdoor EDcast (formerly 'Disconnect: The Outdoor Education Podcast') explores the topics of what Outdoor Education is in the modern school setting, what it's role is, where it's headed and why it's more important now than ever. In partnership with ‘Educators for Climate Action Manitoba’, Outdoor EDcast will now also bring you into professional development sessions hosted by the group of dedicated teachers. Teachers, camp councillors, scout leaders and anyone interested in outdoor, place-bas ...
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EDC Unlocked

Holme & Hadfield

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Welcome to EDC Unlocked where, each week, we will interviewing some of the biggest names and brands in the EDC & Tech space, getting to know the person behind the watch, blade or desk setup. In addition to sharing their stories, we’ll also be asking each guest questions sourced directly from you, our audience, giving you the content you actually want to listen to. We are launching this as a limited mini-series and seeing where it takes us and so we would love it if you would come join us for ...
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In this episode of EdChoice Chats, host Mike McShane talks with Jon Pidluzny, Director of Higher Education Reform at America First Policy Institute about higher education. They talk about whether the US higher education system is still the best in the world, the complex issues of student loans, ballooning education costs, and so much more.…
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In this episode we learn from Andrea Becker, the lead instructor at the Virtual Learning Academy Consortium (or VLAC) in Michigan, and her colleague Amanda McKay, the supervisor of student services with VLAC. While virtual learning was happening prior to 2020 but it has certainly been normalized as a viable option for many more students since the p…
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Season 1, Episode 6: ESL Teachers are Heroes! Linguistic Justice for Multilingual Learners Featuring Dr. Sora Suh, Associate Professor of Education, FDU Featuring Mr. Derek Sica, Supervisor of ESL, Jefferson Township Public Schools Hosted by Dr. Brian Mooney, Assistant Professor of Education, FDU. Executive Produced by Allen Debren, Director of Ins…
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Season 1, Episode 7: Culturally Responsive School Leadership Featuring Mrs. Nicole Adams, Assistant Principal, Hackensack High School Featuring Mrs. Patricia Lozano, Assistant Principal, Hackensack High School Featuring Dr. Josh Bornstein, Associate Professor Education, FDU Hosted by Dr. Brian Mooney, Assistant Professor of Education, FDU Executive…
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Season 1, Episode 8: Latinx Voices, Stories, & Pedagogies in Education Featuring Dr. Irene Oujo, Executive Director of the Hispanic Center, Becton College, FDU Hosted by Dr. Brian Mooney, Assistant Professor of Education, FDU. Executive Produced by Allen Debren, Director of Instructional Technology Development. Listen to the Podcast: Apple Podcasts…
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As millions of students prepare for summer vacation, many parents may worry about endless time spent on the screen. Michael Rich, pediatrician and Director of the Digital Wellness Lab at Boston Children's Hospital, says children spend more time on the screen during the summer but that the real challenge is balance between screen time and offline ac…
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With looming threats of high teacher turnover rates during COVID-19, Olivia Chi, an assistant professor at Boston University, wanted to study how the pandemic shaped who decided to become a teacher. Many states foresaw serious disruptions to the teacher pipeline as testing centers and schools closed around the county. While teacher requirements dif…
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Dr. Charles Dana Hall, co-founder of Sterling Literacy Consulting, works with schools and districts across the country, many of which have been identified for improvement, to bring them to recognized levels of high performance in reading. In this episode he shares his passion and the research-backed strategies that serve every student - offering ma…
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While most schools in the United States do not report using corporal punishment – the use of pain as punishment -- it still impacts tens of thousands of students annually, particularly in states where it remains legal. Jaime Peterson, a pediatrician and assistant professor at Oregon Health and Science University, along with the American Academy of …
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Family engagement plays a pivotal role in combatting chronic absenteeism. The number of students who are chronically absent – missing 10% or more of the school year – has skyrocketed since the pandemic. Eyal Bergman, senior vice president at Learning Heroes, studied this issue and was surprised to discover how schools with robust family engagement …
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This episode of the EdCuration Podcast is brought to you by Sanako Connect at Multimedia Solutions Inc. Guest Stephanie Knight from the Center for Applied Second Language Studies, explores the paradigm shift in world language learning catalyzed by technology integration, the significance of starting foreign language study early, and how global econ…
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For many first-generation college students, the dream of pursuing a college degree is often accompanied by financial uncertainty and adversities that keep it as just a dream. The faulty rollout of a new, more simplified Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form may only keep this student population from even trying. “The intent of simpl…
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Season 1, Episode 5: 50 Years of Hip Hop: A Talk with DJS on Media, Technology, & Writing in the 21st Century Live from the Metro Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University, recorded in November 2023 Featuring Dr. Todd Craig, Associate Professor of English, CUNY Graduate Center. Hosted by Dr. Brian Mooney, Assistant Professor of Education, FDU. Execu…
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Math has a problem when it comes to equitable learning. The way math is taught and how students are tracked is part of the issue, according to Kentaro Iwasaki, a former math teacher who led new math standards in California and now works with school districts nationwide to overhaul their math programs. Tracking in math contributes to segregation, wi…
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Dive deep into the exciting universe of Academic eSports with our distinguished guest, Dr. Katrina Adkins. Leveraging her vast experience as an educator and a passionate gamer, Dr. Adkins enlightens us about the significant role eSports can play in reshaping K-12 education. The three key principals of eSports - curriculum, competition, and careers …
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Janet Patti and Robin Stern joined forces decades ago when they recognized the crucial role of emotional intelligence for school leaders. How educators understand and manage emotions can positively impact the entire school community, contribute to better leadership, well-being, and resilience. The problem though is that for many education leaders d…
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In this edition of EdChoice Chats, Robert Enlow, CEO and President of EdChoice, talks with Curtis Valentine co-director of the Reinventing America Schools Project at the Progressive Policy Institute. They discuss the Rosenwald Schools and a number of other topics including how education was formed and started, our current public education system an…
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Over the past few years, a battle is taking place on many school grounds – one being driven by mothers that is inevitably shaping the future of schools. Laura Pappano – a journalist with decades covering education – couldn’t ignore the growing influence of these movements on education policies and challenging public schools. In her book, “School Mo…
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In this exciting episode of the EdCuration podcast, we are joined by Jeffrey Bradbury, an influential figure in educational technology. We discussed his journey from being a music teacher to a predominant instructional coach, highlighting the importance of adaptability in learning dynamics. We also tackled the misconceptions about the role of instr…
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In a world increasingly dominated by structured routines and adult supervision, renowned psychologist Peter Gray is not surprised that children’s mental health challenges and anxiety has been on the rise for decades. “We are so overprotecting children, because we are so always there to solve their problems for them, they're not developing the sense…
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How do we teach children to love reading amidst the ongoing debates surrounding literacy curriculums and instructional methods, and the emphasis on student outcomes? It's something that Pamela Mason, senior lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, thinks about a lot. She's been both a teacher and school leader, and has spent decades tr…
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