Listening to podcasts is just one way to follow the technological shift happening in education. Podcasts provide an opportunity to hear about innovative teaching practices on the horizons and much more. Here are a few podcasts that we think should be on your playlist.
TEDTalks are extremely useful, particularly if you need a source of inspiration in this ever-changing educational climate where we live.
The Protect Kids Online (PKO) Podcast is brought to you by the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force. This podcast is designed as a resource for parents, grandparents, guardians, or caregivers of children.
Produced by Wesley Fryer, these podcasts often are focused around edtech discussions. Fryer shares a variety of recordings of full presentations and short snippets.
Here’s a podcast that is by teachers and for teachers. Brian Sztabnik, the community facilitator at Edutopia, invites other teachers to share their stories, ideas and challenges to encourage and inspire other teachers.
The flipped classroom is one of the positive results of technology in the classroom. This podcast from BAM Radio Network keeps you up to date with tips, tools and best practices.
There are hundreds of podcast options available for you to choose. Do you have any favorite podcasts?
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