Five inspiring education podcasts

Five inspiring education podcasts
According to RAJAR research from 2015, 3.7 million UK adults listen to podcasts – which equates to 6.5% of the population. Podcasts’ accessibility and the fact that they’re relatively easily and quickly produced mean that they’re an excellent way of staying up to date with industry news and trends.
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The Edtech Podcast’s Sophie Bailey on innovation, podcasting and Web Summit

The Edtech Podcast’s Sophie Bailey on innovation, podcasting and Web Summit
Sophie Bailey tells us about The Edtech Podcast and what people can expect from her networking event at Web Summit.
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Stories Teachers Share: the podcast of true classroom tales

Stories Teachers Share: the podcast of true classroom tales
A recent episode of the new podcast Stories Teachers Share featured a former student reading from his middle-school journal, recalling how a teacher provided companionship and support at a time it was sorely needed. It’s an honest and poignant account of how a teacher made a real difference to the course of their pupil’s life, retold a decade and a half after the entry was written. What really makes the episode is that the teacher himself is on the line, listening to the recording and ready to reconnect with his former student.
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Re:Learning: the podcast charting the changing landscape of education

Yesterday, The Chronicle of Higher Education launched Re:Learning, a new podcast designed to discuss the future of education. Host Jeffrey R Young speaks to one guest per episode, whether a teacher, edtech entrepreneur or longtime educator. Beginning in strong fashion, the first episode comprises an interview with one of education’s most innovative and influential figures, Salman Khan.
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