Ready for a new podcast? This year I’ve shared a handful of fantastic education podcasts. Podcasts have become an everyday part of my life as an educator. Whether I’m driving to visit a school, waiting for an airplane to take off, or folding laundry, my iPhone is by my side playing the latest episode from one of my favorite podcasts.
Education Podcast for Teachers
Talks with Teachers is a podcast hosted by fellow Edutopia blogger Brian Sztabnik. Brian is an English teacher from Long Island, New York who has written for numerous online publications. His work sharing best practices in education led Brian to win a Bammy Educators’ Choice Award in 2015 for Education Commentator/Blogger. You can find his book The Best Lesson Series: Literature: 15 Master Teachers Share What Works on Amazon.
The Talks with Teachers podcast spotlights leaders in the field of education. I’ve highlighted a few episodes below but you can access the Talks with Teachers archive by visiting the podcast homepage. If you listen to podcasts on an iOS device like I do, you can also subscribe to Talks with Teachers in the Podcast app on an iOS device. When you subscribe to a podcast new episodes appear on your podcast feed automatically. Here’s a direct link to iTunes if you’d like to subscribe.
Here are a few podcast episodes from Talks wth Teachers podcast to help you get started:
- #68 LISTEN — Edutopia’s Social Media Team (Elana Leoni and Samer Rabadi)
- #38 LISTEN — Jose Vilson (This is Not a Test, NYC Math teacher)
- #69 LISTEN — Rafranz Davis (The True Identity of a Teacher)
Do you also have a favorite education podcast? Share it in the comments below!
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