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The Education Channel is a partner to educators, a resource for parents, and a way for students across the lifespan to continue learning and growing. Our evolving lineup of programs is designed to support educational goals and encourage creativity during the pandemic and beyond. Supported by the Department of Education and Community Outreach at UC San Diego Extension. Visit: uctv.tv/education.
 
Through weekly conversations, three moms who have studied the Charlotte Mason method of education and put her ideas into practice in their homes join together to share with one another for the benefit of listeners by giving explanations of Mason's principles and examples of those principles put into practice out of their own teaching experience. These short discussions aim at providing information, support, and encouragement for others by unfolding the myriad aspects.
 
This monthly podcast focuses on P-20 education pathways with a focus on research and leadership that promotes educational equity, justice, and excellence for all students. This podcast is a product of the Office of Community College Research and Leadership or OCCRL at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Learn more about OCCRL at occrl.illinois.edu.
 
Popular Podagogy is a podcast from the Queen’s University Faculty of Education that will cover big teaching ideas in a way that will allow all teachers (and maybe even some parents) an opportunity to relate on a variety of emotional levels. Our guests will include top researchers and instructors from our faculty and beyond, as well as practicing teachers to combine big educational ideas with the everyday life of being a teacher. We hope that as you listen to this podcast, you will have an op ...
 
www.knowthename.com SHARON LYNN WYETH graduated from the University of Redlands with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics at the age of twenty. She began teaching that same year in a public Junior High School in California. During her three years there, she obtained her Master of Arts degree from Azusa-Pacific University in education administration with an emphasis in math. After her initial teaching assignment, Sharón moved to Germany where she taught for the Department of Defense Sc ...
 
What should future schools look like? How do brains learn? Some of the world's greatest educators, researchers, and community leaders share their stories and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
The Podcast That Must Not Be Named is a chapter by chapter, spoiler-free (mostly) reread podcast of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series with an engineer and a math teacher. As a brother-sister team guilty of consistently annoying the muggles in our family when all get-togethers resulted in discussions of Snape’s so-called redemption, lack of educational oversight at Hogwarts, and Luna Lovegood, we created this show for their sanity. Being avid rereaders, we appreciate the challenge of remaini ...
 
"Education News Parents Can Use" is a monthly TV show of the U.S. Department of Education. The program focuses on schools, learning and the implementation of federal education regulations and law, including the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. Its purpose is to offer parents information about getting involved in children's learning. Cable in the Classroom is pleased to provide these broadcasts in podcast (audio-only format), suitable for listening to on your computer or portable MP3 player.
 
The show is about learning with technology, but it's not the same old EdTech or "STEM" preachery. It's about the realities and exciting potential, but it's also about youth and the practitioners who support them: youth developers, museum educators, K12 teachers, mentors, counselors, parents: as they grow their identity, and journey forward. Enjoying the show? Please take a moment to rate us, and leave a review wherever you've accessed the podcast. You can review show notes for every episode ...
 
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In this episode, Heather McCambly and Lorenzo Baber talk about the intersections of racial justice, educational philanthropy, and the needs and roles of community colleges in the COVID-19 postsecondary landscape. McCambly is a doctoral candidate at Northwestern University who is studying the intersections of racial justice and educational philanthr…
 
The Eastern Ontario Staff Development Network (EOSDN), a consortium of Eastern Ontario District School Boards and the Faculty of Education at Queen’s University, recently developed a Math Monograph using a Student of Mystery approach. In this episode Eleanor Newman, Tammy Billen, and Danielle LaPointe-McEwan of the EOSDN join us to explain how this…
 
Poem: Time, Real and Imaginary, By Samuel Taylor Coleridge On the wide level of a mountain’s head, (I knew not where, but ’twas some faery place) Their pinions, ostrich-like, for sails out-spread, Two lovely children run an endless race, A sister and a brother ! This far outstripp’d the other ; Yet ever runs she with reverted face, And looks and li…
 
On this week's programme I speak to Paddy Madden about teaching and learning outdoors. Among the topics we discuss are: How weather engages the senses when we learn outdoors Benefits of teaching outdoors Forest bathing Noticing Nature Cloud watching, listening to the sound of birds, smelling flowers. Daily 15-minute walkabout Teaching outdoors acro…
 
The Fulfillment Fund works to make college a reality for students growing up in educationally and economically under-resourced communities. To this end, our services build pathways to college, help students navigate educational barriers, create life-changing support networks, and empower future leaders. Joanne Reyes Joanne Reyes is a senior non-pro…
 
Whether you homeschool, or wherever you teach with Charlotte Mason's method, a working knowledge of her synopsis is essential. This second installment addresses the three instruments of education covered in points 5-8. Questions for your discussion group are included to help facilitate your conversation and application.…
 
Poem: “Not of School Age” by Robert Frost Around bend after bend It was blown woods and no end I came to but one house I made but the one friend At the one house, a child was out Who drew back at first in doubt But spoke to me in a gale, That blew so he had to shout. His cheek smeared with apple sand, A part apple in his hand He pointed up the road…
 
The promise of science is great, but the application of new technologies often raises profound ethical questions. Answering those questions depends on both critical philosophical inquiry and good data. Unfortunately, the reliability of the science is in question. Theoretical and empirical investigations have caused many to believe that science now …
 
Ollie Lovell · ERRR #045. Tom Sherrington on The Most Important Thing If you’re viewing this on the web you… The post ERRR #045. Tom Sherrington on ‘The Most Important Thing’ appeared first on Ollie Lovell.Ollie Lovell: Secondary school teacher and lover of learning. Passionate about all things eduction. @ollie_lovell による
 
The college admissions process can be overwhelming for high school students.Steven Mercer, EdD offers advice on how parents can help their soon to be grads effectively navigate the paperwork, feelings, challenges, and expectations. Series: "College Applications" [Education] [Show ID: 36209]UCTV: UC San Diego による
 
In this episode, OCCRL Director Eboni Zamani-Gallaher talks with Dr. Ann Edwards about college readiness in math and about curricular alignment. They also discuss issues related to placement and developmental mathematics courses, guided pathways, math pathways, and student participation in STEM. Dr. Edwards is a senior research associate and the di…
 
Looking Back, Looking Ahead Poem: A Psalm of Life, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Statement of the Whole: Do you remember when Toto pulled back the curtain on the Wizard of Oz? This episode resembles that scene in some regards. The cast of The Backporch Education podcast have some things to reveal, some things to remember, and general mayhem to prod…
 
The college admissions process can be overwhelming for high school students. Steven Mercer, EdD offers advice on how parents can help their soon to be grads effectively navigate the paperwork, feelings, challenges, and expectations. Series: "STEAM Channel" [Education] [Show ID: 36208]UCTV: UC San Diego による
 
Educators Shelli Kurth and Nicole Assisi share how to turn your child's interests into opportunities for learning. From DIY kits to asking questions, there are many ways to engage your child with simple projects around your home and neighborhood. Series: "STEAM Channel" [Education] [Show ID: 36204]UCTV: UC San Diego による
 
Charlotte Mason summed up her underpinning principles of education in a few succinct points. This episode is the first in a series that will take a related group of principles and unfold them one by one. Find a friend or share with your study group to discuss the questions after listening to the content and thinking through the accompanying questio…
 
How can we make the college admission process more student focused? From filling out FAFSA forms to demystifying the application reviews, so much can be done to help students achieve their higher education goals. Angel B Pérez, PhD, CEO of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), shares his perspectives on the opportunitie…
 
Peterhouse College, Cambridge University An Interview with Josie Parker Josey Parker Poem: “Inside of King’s College Chapel, Cambridge,” by William Wordsworth Statement of the Whole: What is the modern college experience? Are all colleges and universities working off the same basic plan? Why do colleges in Europe seem so different? In this episode,…
 
It is never too early - or too late - to talk to your child about potential careers. Educators Shelli Kurth and Nicole Asssisi share how to help K-12 students see all the possibilities available and how to incorporate exposure to new career paths in day to day activities. Series: "STEAM Channel" [Education] [Show ID: 36127]…
 
Charlotte Mason's method of education creeps into our entire lives as educators--not just school time. This podcast is entering its sixth season and we celebrate this landmark number and beginning of season by reviewing and reflecting on a number of topics. We take a brief look back on our time together so far, changes the COVID circumstance has ma…
 
Translanguaging is the process whereby multilingual speakers use their languages as an integrated communication system.[1] Karen Silfa is an educator of nearly 20 years at IS143 in NYC. She joins Marc in this conversation along with researchers and administrators working to illuminate the practice of translanguaging starting with its role in comput…
 
Ollie Lovell · ERRR #044. Alexander Renkl on Self-explanation If you’re viewing this on the web you can also view… The post ERRR #044. Alexander Renkl on self-explanation appeared first on Ollie Lovell.Ollie Lovell: Secondary school teacher and lover of learning. Passionate about all things eduction. @ollie_lovell による
 
The panic before school episode Poem: Interrogative by Sister M. Therese Statement of the Whole: As soon as summer starts, the clock starts clicking loudly. What do good teachers do with their summers? How do you start a new school year off better than ever before? Jason and Steve dig into what makes the first month of school so special and importa…
 
T. Tylor Behrens, EdD, Associate Vice President for Career Services at St. Mary's University speaks with Steven Mercer, EdD about what recent college grads are experiencing in the job market during COVID-19. He shares how to navigate internships and early career opportunities during the pandemic. Series: "Steam - Students" [Education] [Show ID: 361…
 
Social distancing is not something kids are used to. How can we help them understand why it is important and how to visualize staying 6 feet apart? Educators Shelli Kurth and Nicole Assisi share tips to help K-12 kids follow safety protocols while still connecting with friends and family. Series: "STEAM Channel" [Education] [Show ID: 36094]…
 
Fall of 2020 is full of uncertainty. Many college students are considering taking a gap year. Though it may sound like just a year away from the classroom, through thoughtful planning, students can find many experiential learning opportunities. Find out how gap year programs are operating during COVID-19, how to find programs that fit your needs, a…
 
Poem: Choruses from the Rock VI, by T.S. Eliot Statement of the Whole: Steve and Jason look at the last 250 years of education in America in a brief survey format. Gleaning a few lessons only whets the appetite to dig in deeper. Join them for this quick flight through the fancies of American education and where all the past might be taking us in th…
 
Nurturing creativity has become critical as the pandemic has forced educators as well as students to change their approach to learning. A panel of Apple Distinguished Educators shares how they have adapted their practices to create effective learning environments, develop supportive peer communities, and embrace flexibility. Hear how they are addre…
 
Reading with kids helps them build vocabulary, curiosity, and so much more. Educators Shelli Kurth and Nicole Assisi share strategies to help kids engage with books, activate their critical thinking skills, and develop a lifelong love of learning. Series: "STEAM Channel" [Education] [Show ID: 36093]UCTV: UC San Diego による
 
Teacher candidates joined us to discuss best practices for having courageous conversations in the classroom. In this episode, these insightful educators offer advice on how to create a brave space for students, navigate discomfort (and why discomfort is good), and how to give students of all ages skills to think critically and express themselves in…
 
In this episode, OCCRL Director Eboni Zamani-Gallaher talks with Dr. Heather Shotton about the multiple and nuanced ways that universities perpetuate settler colonial aims of eraser for Indigenous students. Dr. Shotton is an associate professor in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and the director of the Indigenous Education Initiatives at …
 
This immersion lesson demonstrates how to combine children of different ages and levels of learning during a single math lesson with Charlotte Mason's method of teaching. Emily Al-Khatib and her three sons give a dynamic picture of how a sunshiny atmosphere, order and discipline, and living ideas make math a productive and enjoyable lesson together…
 
Universal Design is a practice born out of architecture, and the late Ronald Mace, whose approach was to consider every body in the design of the built environment, not to design for some and amend or "adapt" for others. Guests in this episode discuss Universal Design for Learning, which shares this ideology as it relates to pedagogy and the design…
 
Ollie Lovell · ERRR #043. James Mannion and Kate McAllister on the Learning Skills Curriculum If you’re viewing this on… The post ERRR #043. James Mannion and Kate McAllister on the Learning Skills curriculum appeared first on Ollie Lovell.Ollie Lovell: Secondary school teacher and lover of learning. Passionate about all things eduction. @ollie_lovell による
 
How do we open society and campus while mitigating COVID-19 morbidity? With no vaccine currently available, what can be done now? Natasha Martin, DPhil, PhD shares how a smart public health monitoring and reaction approach could work and how UC San Diego plans to implement this plan. Series: "UC San Diego Foundation Board" [Health and Medicine] [Ed…
 
Poem: Nuns Fret Not at Their Convent’s Narrow Room, by William Wordsworth Statement of the Whole: Research this! The dust clouds billow up and the sneezing begins. Most students unfortunately have been taught to despise the task of research. Jason and Steve beg to differ, viewing it as inquiry into the unknown, the natural result of wonder and ques…
 
Are you thinking of loading up the family truckster and heading out on a summer road trip? Educators Shelli Kurth and Nicole Assisi have some tips and tricks to make your vacation a success. From fun road games to the best apps, learn how to prep and plan for life on the open road with kids. Series: "STEAM Channel" [Education] [Show ID: 36072]…
 
Daniela Padilla from the Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP) at UC San Diego shares tips for first-generation college students including navigating the transition from high school to college life, how to advocate for yourself, how to find community, and more. Series: "Steam - Students" [Education] [Show ID: 36061]…
 
The process of applying to college can be daunting. How can students get the support they need and access to the schools they want to attend? Common App aims to help simplify the process and even the playing field for all students. Scott Anderson discusses how Common App works, what the landscape of student and counselor support looks like during t…
 
You may be having a similar experience to my own where, when I ask my kids about what they miss from their non-Covid schedule, they talk a lot about afterschool. Sometimes I make the mistake of thinking that it goes without saying at this point, but it doesn't, that out of school time, and the professionals who support learners beyond the school be…
 
Summer is here and school is out. With normal summertime activities on hold during the pandemic, what can parents do to support learning and enrichment? Nicole Assisi and Shelli Kurth, both educators and parents, discuss the benefits of structure and free form summer activities, creative ways to engage your children, how to encourage reading, and m…
 
How do you get your kids talking? Educators Kris Lambert and Teri Gabler share everyday ways parents can engage kids in conversations. Learn how to communicate in ways that encourage strategic and creative thinking. Series: "STEAM Channel" [Education] [Show ID: 35997]UCTV: University of California による
 
Out of the more than 70 million displaced people worldwide, only three percent have access to higher education. The Global Education Movement (GEM) is on a mission to change that with the first large-scale initiative of its kind to help refugee learners get bachelor's degrees and create pathways toward employment. Hear from students and the program…
 
With campuses closed due to COVID-19, the usual process of college admissions has been disrupted. Lisa Prsekop, director of admissions at UC Santa Barbara shares the creative ways universities are connecting with admitted students such as virtual tours and outreach. She also gives insight into the application review process and how the new rules ab…
 
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