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Juiced Pineapples Podcast
KAKU-LP 88.5 FM Airs & Streams Juiced Pineapples: A sweet radio show from Lanai "Juiced Pineapples" KAKU-LP 88.5 FM, the radio station at Akaku: Maui Community Television (Akaku) is airing and streaming on kakuakaku.org sweet programs on the radio called “Juiced Pineapples” a 30-minute radio show produced by students in a classroom from the pineapple isle, Lana’i. “The enthusiasm in the students is easy to see and they work so hard to produce a well written and scripted show” said Karen de Brum, Lana’i High and Elementary schoolteacher, who has been teaching English and radio for more than 13 years. Her vision for starting a radio station began 10-years ago in 1999; where she was awarded $65,000 from a grant proposal to build a radio station that integrated radio and media into the English classroom. De Brum’s student radio network was the first in Lana’i to broadcast out of a classroom. Over the past few years, de Brum encountered numerous snags with the FCC in obtaining and renewi
This audio podcast produced by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) explores issues relating to emerging trends and effective uses of educational technology, and highlights expert perspectives and suggestions.
Chapel Hill Academy Podcast
Weekly chapel podcast
Alex Goes To College
Alex is a nine year old that interviews college students, professors, staff and business professionals to find out more about how the world works!
Chris Begeman's Podcast
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Reviews by Teachers
Reviews by Teachers is an organization composed of teachers from across the country who review educational apps and products for their educational value.
On The Vendor Floor
Melissa Emler, host of On The Vendor Floor, strives to engage educators and entrepreneurs in conversations that enhance learning. Melissa interviews entrepreneurs from the Ed Tech community about their classroom solutions just as if these conversations were happening on the vendor floor of a major conference. The goal is to bring the vendor floor to educators not in attendance. It is also an opportunity to learn about the people behind the products because their stories are rich with passion and enthusiasm. In the midst of the interview Melissa provides direction and support for educators trying to understand why or how to utilize the tool being discussed. Education is changing faster than most of the world is ready to accept, and Melissa is here to help bridge the gap.
Living Life as a Visual Thinker is a podcast exploring what it REALLY means to be a visual thinker and how it affects us in school, our relationships and our careers. Right brain, visual thinking is creative, innovative thinking that is often undervalued and overlooked in education. Yet, it is critical to our success in the global marketplace! Join Bette as she explains what it is to be a visual thinker, shares strategies to improve academic success and calls focus to the changes that need to be made in education to reach both left and right brain thinkers. In her book, "Being Visual", Bette Fetter shares her personal story of living life as a visual thinker, baring the struggles she faced in school and business and the vital role art played in her success. Bette also shares her vision for a better education system, a system that values both right and left brain thinking. This podcast carries on that vision with episodes that give insight into the way we think and how to leverage it
KIPP Academy Parent Podcasts
A series of podcasts featuring KIPP students and created to inform and engage parents, showcase student perspectives, and give our middle school students a louder voice in our community.
Student produced podcasts of happenings and personalites from the Centre School District