Learning is lifelong, and that’s even more true of those parents seeing their kids through an ever-changing educational system. These podcasts will help parents, uncles, aunts, grandparents, and kids themselves stay in touch with the latest EdTech and trends impacting the present and future of education.
Vicki Davis hosts the 10 Minute Teacher Podcast, a podcast where ‘the best and brightest educators and idea creators from around the world will inspire you as they are interviewed on this show’. Daily shows usually run between 9 and 12 minutes.
Visit their website: 10minuteteacher.libsyn.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/10-minute-teacher-podcast/id1201263130
ACEd Tech is a podcast where listeners can ‘learn from educators about EdTech, Android, and Google’. Carlos “Mr. G” Garza hosts 20-30 minute episodes that are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: acedtech.podbean.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aced-tech/id1333516611
Better Leaders Better Schools is a professional development podcast that aims to help listeners ‘Lead with confidence. Lead authentically. Lead by serving your community.’ Weekly episodes typically run 20-40 minutes long.
Visit their website: betterleadersbetterschools.com/
Check This Out! is a podcast that covers ‘cool tools and apps for the classroom’. Episodes typically run a bit over an hour and are released every one-two weeks.
Visit their website: checkthisoutsite.weebly.com/
Amy Moore and William Stein host Control Art Delete, ‘A lighthearted podcast focused on a variety of issues in the world of EDTECH in the K12 classroom.’ Bi-weekly episodes typically last 25-40 minutes.
Visit their website: cadpodcast1.simplecast.fm/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/control-art-delete/id1289799874
Dads in Ed is a podcast where the hosts chop it up with guests from the educational industry, providing education-related opinions and insights from a fatherly perspective. Episodes typically run 40-50 minutes and are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: dadsined.podbean.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dads-in-ed/id753008884
Digital Learning Radio is ‘a podcast dedicated to exploring ways to use technology to empower learning within a classroom, campus, or district’ where the hosts and guests share ‘ share resources, favorite tips & tools, and advertise other events and success stories from the region.’ Episodes typically run 25-40 minutes and are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: region10.org//programs/digital-fluency/digital-learning-radio/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/digital-learning-radio/id1231956793
Monica Burns hosts Easy EdTech, a show that ‘focuses on how to make EdTech integration easy with a shout out to favorite EdTech tools for classrooms’. Weekly episodes usually run 10-20 minutes long.
Visit their website: classtechtips.com/2019/02/28/easy-edtech-podcast/
Shane Lawrence hosts this podcast about the teaching life that offers ‘no lists, no inspirational quotes: just honest convo’s about the lives of teachers.’ Episodes drop every few days, with each show running somewhere between 30 and 60 minutes.
Visit their website: theedpodcast.podbean.com/
Tom Whitby and Nancy Blair are primary hosts of EdChat Radio, a show that features ‘highlights and amplifications from the Twitter discussion of the week on #EdChat.’ Monthly episodes last 10-11 minutes.
Visit their website: bamradionetwork.com/genre/edtechchat/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edchat-radio/id586119906
EdSurge presents this weekly podcast ‘about the future of learning and the intersection of technology and education.’ Jeffrey R. Young and other EdSurge reporters host episodes featuring interviews with ‘educators, tech innovators and scholars’ that typically run 15-30 minutes long.
Visit their website: edsurge.com/research/guides/the-edsurge-on-air-podcast
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edsurge-on-air/id972239500
AV Nation presents this monthly podcast ‘for, about and by Education Technology Managers’. Bill O’Donnel hosts interviews that cover ‘classroom tech, dealing with faculty, and how to get the best av tech in your classrooms, while not breaking your budget’. Shows usually run between 20 and 40 minutes long.
Visit their website: avnation.tv/avnation-podcasts/edtech/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edtech/id494673630
Gabriel Carrillo hosts EdTech Bites, where he ‘interviews teachers, leaders, and innovators to discuss the latest trends in educational technology’, often dining with guests while doing so. Episodes can run from 20 minutes to over an hour, with new shows dropping every 1-2 months.
Visit their website: edtechbites.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edtech-bites-podcast/id1253735665
Ann Kozma, Kelly Martin, and Cynthia Nixon host Ed Tech Confessions a podcast that thinks you don’t have to be ’embarrassed to admit we don’t know how to do something’. They’re here to answer your EdTech questions. Monthly episodes typically run 9-25 minutes long.
Visit their website: podtail.com/podcast/ed-tech-confessions/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ed-tech-confessions/id1316323299
EdTech In the Classroom is a podcast hosted by Jeff Bradbury that ‘celebrates Educational Technology Companies and how they are empowering creativity and innovation in today’s K-12 classrooms.’ 15-25 minute shows arrive on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: teachercast.net/episodes/edtech-in-the-classroom/
EdTech PodSquad is hosted by EdTech ‘coaches’ who share and discuss ‘EdTech content within our schools and districts’. Monthly episodes typically last 20-50 minutes.
Visit their website: jpprezz.com/blog/introducing-the-edtech-podsquad-podcast
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edtech-podsquad/id1361885637
EdTech Situation Room is a weekly podcast ‘featuring analysis of current technology news through an educational lens’. Educators Jason Neiffer and Wesley Fryer add their perspectives as educators from the Western United States and hosts of the podcast. Shows typically run a bit over an hour.
Visit their website: edtechsr.com/
Edufuturists is a podcast that takes on education from the perspective of a futurist. Episodes include interviews with EdTech company executives and others, talking about the future of education, including something called ‘automagical apps’. Episodes can last anywhere from 10-50 minutes and new shows arrive every few days.
Visit their website: edufuturists.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edufuturists/id1347592880
EduMatch Tweet and Talk is a podcast where ‘educators from around the world come together to discuss educational topics’. Weekly episodes typically run 20-40 minutes.
Visit their website: edumatch.org/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edumatch-tweet-talk/id1000467296
EDUtalk is a democratized podcast format meant to ‘ gather the voices of educators’. Shows do feature commentary from chosen guests as well as coverage of select educational conferences. Monthly shows typically run 20-60 minutes long.
Visit their website: edutalk.cc/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edutalk/id348824774
EduTechGuys is a weekly podcast that covers topics like social media in education, summer learning with Google Classroom, and the latest in EdTech through interviews and news coverage. Shows typically run between 25 and 35 minutes.
Visit their website: edutechguys.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edutechguys/id1037507680
American Public Media presents Educate, a podcast about ‘education, opportunity, and how people learn.’ Weekly episodes typically run 20-50 minutes.
Visit their website: apmreports.org/educate-podcast
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/educate/id81914987
Jake Miller hosts Educational Duct Tape, a podcast that ‘focuses on viewing #edtech as a tool used to meet goals, address learning standards and solve problems in the classroom, much as duct tape is used as a tool that solves a plethora of problems in our lives’. Episodes can last 30 minutes or over an hour and a half, and new shows arrive on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: jakemiller.net/eduducttape/
Eric Guise and Nick Johnson host GotTechEd, a podcast that ‘focuses on sharing edtech activity ideas, identifying apps and tools that teachers will find useful, and providing their listeners with other educational resources that can make their jobs easier!’ Episodes arrive on a varying schedule and usually run between 20 and 60 minutes.
Visit their website: gotteched.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/gotteched-the-podcast/id1358366637
Mark Barnes hosts Hack Learning, where listeners can learn ‘quick and easy ways to improve education, leadership, and parenting: How to replace traditional homework; how to improve leadership; how to integrate new technology; how to assess for learning’, etc. Monthly episodes are nine minutes long.
Visit their website: player.fm/series/hack-learning-128844
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hack-learning/id1085782087
Joe Way hosts Higher Ed AV, a show ‘dedicated to building the AV/IT tech manager community in higher education through discussions on classroom technology and audiovisual support’. Weekly episodes can run from 45 minutes to well over an hour.
Visit their website: higheredav.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/higher-ed-av-podcast/id1436089774
Higher Ed Live ‘offers viewers direct access to the best and brightest minds in education and allows viewers to share knowledge and participate in discussions around the most important issues in the industry’. Episodes typically run 30-60 minutes and are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: higheredlive.com/podcasts/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/higher-ed-live/id717666576
House of #EdTech is a podcast that ‘explores how technology is changing the way teachers teach and the impact that technology is having in education’. Bi-weekly episodes typically run 20-70 minutes long.
Visit their website: houseofedtech.libsyn.com/website
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/house-of-edtech/id792424937
Denis Sheeran & Ray Steinmetz host Instant Relevance, ‘an education podcast featuring the latest news and resources to make learning relevant for all students’. Shows typically run between 25 and 35 minutes and drop on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: denissheeran.com/instant-relevance/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/instant-relevance-podcast/id1424353549
Instruction By Design is a 30-60 minute podcast that’s ‘a conversation between the instructional designers from Academic Innovation (Jinnette Senecal, Celia Coochwytewa, and Aaron Kraft) about various topics on course design, pedagogy, and educational technology.’ Episodes are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: conhi.asu.edu/academic-innovation/teaching-learning-and-technology/instruction-design-podcast
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/instruction-by-design/id1211383148
Kindergarten Kiosk is a podcast where ‘mother and daughter educators discuss topics relevant to the education of young children’. Episodes typically run 20-60 minutes and are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: kindergartenkiosk.com/podcast
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/podcast-kindergarten-kiosk/id1079755060
Dan Kreiness hosts Leader of Learning, a podcast that ‘explores transformational leadership in education.’ Listeners ‘can come find inspiration to transform education through effective leadership.’ New episodes drop every 6-10 days and shows typically run 20-30 minutes.
Visit their website: learningleader.com/the-podcast/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/leader-of-learning/id1243021772
Leading Lines is a bi-weekly podcast that explores ‘creative, intentional, and effective uses of technology to enhance student learning’. The show is produced at Vanderbilt University, with shows typically lasting 25-60 minutes.
Visit their website: leadinglinespod.com/about/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/leading-lines/id1138392530
John Eick hosts this podcast that ‘packages the topics of 21st Century Learning and Leadership in a paradigm of hope, wonder, and gratitude.’ New, fairly short episodes arrive every 1-2 months.
Visit their website: sites.google.com/site/learnwithjohneick/about
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/learn-with-john-eick-podcast/id1177305939
Wesley A. Fryer hosts Moving at the Speed of Creativity, a bi-weekly podcast with a ‘focus on education, twenty-first-century literacy, blended learning, technology integration, and educational leadership’. Episodes can run anywhere from 25 minutes or less to over an hour.
Visit their website: speedofcreativity.org/category/podcasts/
Shannon Tabaldo and Brenda Argano host My Tech Toolbelt, ‘an EdTech podcast where [they] highlight teachers using education technology in Innovating, Engaging and Inspiring ways’. Episodes typically last a bit over an hour and new shows arrive 1-3 times per month.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/my-tech-toolbelt/id1355404656
Marc Lesser hosts No Such Thing, a podcast about K12 Education in the Digital Age. It highlights EdTech’s ‘realities and exciting potential, but it’s also about youth and the practitioners who support them’. Episodes drop 1-3 times per month and typically run between 20 minutes and an hour and a half.
The OnEducation podcast features ‘honest conversations about teachers, teaching, and everything in between’. Topics covered include ‘technology, grading, policy, planning, DeVos, grading, iPads, conferences, grading, Trump, classroom management, grading, curriculum, special needs, and did we say grading?’. Weekly episodes typically run between 20 minutes and an hour.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/oneducation/id1358451531
Brad Shreffler hosts the Planning Period Podcast, that’s ‘a guest-centered education podcast, not necessarily [concerned with] talking to experts in any field, or focusing the discussions on one topic, but instead having a natural, comfortable conversation with a teacher and seeing where that discussion takes them.’ Weekly episodes typically run between 50 minutes and an hour and change.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/planning-period-podcast/id1233704117
Rob Alvarez Bucholska hosts Professor Game, a weekly show where the host ‘interviews successful practitioners of games, gamification and game thinking that will bring the best of their experiences to get ideas, insights and will inspire us in the process of getting students or trainees to learn what we teach.’ Shows typically run 30-45 minutes.
Dr. Greg Goins hosts Reimagine Schools, a podcast that ‘features many of the nation’s top educators, authors and innovators in K-12 education with an emphasis on leadership development, scaling innovation and transforming our public school system’. Episodes typically run around 30 minutes and are released every couple months.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reimagine-schools/id1397680693
Barbara Bray hosts the Rethinking Learning Podcast, where she has ‘conversations with educators, leaders, and change agents to discuss the future of learning.’ Episodes typically run 30-40 minutes and arrive on a varying schedule.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rethinking-learning-podcast/id1261997063
Kasey Bell hosts the Shake Up Learning Show, a podcast that ‘helps teachers learn how to meaningfully integrate technology in the classroom through her expert presentations, on-air coaching calls, and powerful interviews with educational leaders and discussions with student guests’. Weekly episodes typically run 30-45 minutes long.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/shake-up-learning-show/id1456789983
Jeff Utecht hosts Shifting Our Schools, a show that features ‘discussions with educators from around the globe on how educators and administrators are shifting their schools to meet the needs of today’s learners’. Episodes are released on a varying schedule and last anywhere from seven to 50 minutes.
Educators Jen Giffen & Kim Pollishuke are the namesakes for Shukes and Giff, where they and guests ‘share EdTech treasures with the audience in hopes of creating an A-Ha! moment and encouraging listeners to take those A-Ha!s and give it a go.’ Monthly episodes usually run 20-45 minutes long.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/shukes-and-giff-the-podcast/id1362265919
Don Wettrick and Hunter Stone host StartEdUp, where the teacher-student pair ‘interview experts in education, innovation and entrepreneurship and discuss how to change the world, and live life to the fullest.’ Episodes arrive ever 2-3 days and shows typically run between five and 35 minutes.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/startedup-podcast/id1190995056
Marc Isseks and Nick Simone host the State of Ed podcast, a show that takes ‘a look at education inside the classroom and out’. Shows typically last between 15 and 45 minutes, and new episodes are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: stateofedpodcast.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/state-of-ed-podcast/id992700178
John Meehan hosts Talk to Mee in the Car, an 11-13 minute ‘fast-paced educational brainstorm’ of a podcast. Meehan offers ‘instructional coaching’ aimed specifically at ‘teachers on-the-go’. New shows arrive each Monday.
Visit their website: listennotes.com/hi/podcasts/talk-to-mee-in-the-car-education-podcast-8igYdluZ3Ej/
Rae Hughart and Jeff Gargas host Teach Better Talk, a show where ‘expert educators…share progressive tactics to reach more students.’ This happens as the hosts ‘chat with educators from all around the world, discussing failures, successes, exciting new tactics, and dishing out loads of tips, tricks, and advice for teachers of all levels’. New episodes arrive every 2-3 days and typically last between four and 40 minutes.
Visit their website: teachbetter.com/podcast/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/teach-better-talk/id1434230303
Jeff Bradbury hosts The TeacherCast Podcast, ‘a roundtable show featuring educators discussing edtech and classroom instruction’. Episodes arrive on a varying schedule and typically run somewhere between 25 and 60 minutes.
Visit their website: teachercast.net/episodes/teachercast-podcast/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-teachercast-podcast/id546631310?mt=2
Tim Cavey hosts Teachers On Fire, a podcast about ‘advocating for collaboration, communication, creation > consumption, critical thinking, design thinking, growth mindset, inquiry, PBL, and strategic uses of technology in education’. Weekly episodes typically run between 30 minutes and an hour-plus.
Visit their website: teachersonfire.net/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/teachers-on-fire/id1363650419
Eric Robinson hosts Teachers Talking Tech, a podcast ‘about technology in the elementary classroom.’ Episodes typically run around ten minutes (for digestibility sake) and are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: erocypsi.podomatic.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/teachers-talking-tech/id989652829
Teaching in Higher Ed is by teachers for teachers, a podcast that highlights ‘ways to increase our personal productivity, so we can have more peace in our lives and be even more present for our students’. Weekly episodes typically run between 25 and 45 minutes.
Visit their website: teachinginhighered.com/episodes/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/teaching-in-higher-ed-faculty/id893035230
Hosts Weston and Molly Kieschnick use ‘iconic teaching moments from movies and television as a vehicle to reflect on instructional practice’. It’s a novel approach that they employ through weekly episodes that typically run 30-60 minutes.
Visit their website: coachweston.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-farm-report/id330208267
Teaching Tales host Brent Coley and guests ‘share a story or two from their experiences in education, along with the lessons they’ve learned that have helped them grow as educators’ in each episode. Shows typically last between 30 and 40 minutes and are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: brentcoley.com/podcast.html
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/teaching-tales-w-brent-coley/id1195723944
Chuck Poole hosts Teachonomy Talks, a 5-7 minute podcast ‘for busy teachers who want to be inspired, encouraged and empowered each week.’ New episodes arrive on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: teachonomy.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/teachonomy-talks/id1146850973
Tom Grissom produces TechTalk4Teachers, a podcast ‘for educators wanting to keep up with the latest advances in educational technologies and their practical applications in classrooms’. Episodes usually last 13-30 minutes and are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: techtalk4teachers.blogspot.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/techtalk4teachers/id1277185503
This is the audio version of ‘educators, researchers, and community leaders sharing their stories and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world.’ Episodes typically run 7-30 minutes and are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: ted.com/about/programs-initiatives/ted-talks-education
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ted-talks-education/id470623037
The BeerEDU has a specific target audience: ‘educators that love to learn and share ideas with fellow educators over beers!’ If that’s you, try out this weekly podcast that typically runs between 30 and 60 minutes.
Visit their website: sites.google.com/view/thebeeredupodcast/home
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-beeredu-podcast/id1429881657
JP Prezzavento hosts this podcast that offers ‘snack-sized ideas, resources, and interviews about teaching, learning, and technology integration.’ 25-60 minute episodes arrive monthly.
Visit their website: jpprezz.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-bits-bytes-of-education/id1383931726
John Spencer hosts The Creative Classroom, the podcast that explores how ‘teachers can transform classrooms into spaces of imagination and wonder’. Weekly episodes typically run 15-25 minutes.
Visit their website: spencerauthor.com/podcast/
Jennifer Gonzales hosts this bi-weekly podcast that focuses on ‘teaching strategies, classroom management, education reform, educational technology – if it has something to do with teaching, we’re talking about it’ through interviews with all participants in the educational system. Episodes can run from 15 minutes to over an hour.
Visit their website: cultofpedagogy.com/pod/
Sophie Bailey hosts this show created to ‘improve the dialogue between ‘ed’ and ‘tech’ through storytelling, for better innovation and impact.’ Episodes usually last 30 minutes to an hour and are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: theedtechpodcast.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-edtech-podcast/id1107282759
Nejc Žorga Dulmin & David Charney are the eLearning Guys, hosts of this monthly ‘discussion show about Articulate Storyline development and all things e-learning by two guys passionate about education, multimedia, creativity and problem solving’. Shows run anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour long.
Visit their website: theelearningguys.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-elearning-guys/id1179400300
Holly Clark and Tanya Avrith host The Infused Classroom, where they ‘take you behind the scenes with leaders in education, give you insights into what’s happening in classrooms around the globe and showcase online platforms that are disrupting education’. Episodes usually drop weekly, lasting somewhere between 20 and 50 minutes.
Visit their website: hollyclark.org/2019/03/12/the-infusedclassroom-podcast/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-infused-classroom-podcast/id1459182694
This podcast takes the rebellious approach to education, embracing the belief that ‘when you step outside traditional classroom norms, others may look at you differently’. The show’s hosts believe that this is OK, speaking to those who share a similar viewpoint in bi-weekly episodes that typically run just over an hour.
Visit their website: sonsoftechnology.com/
Kimberly Mattina hosts The Suite Talk, a show that promises to ‘provide educators with comfortable and simple conversations about new or existing features of Google for Education and practical ideas to implement Google for Education and other technology tools effectively into the classroom.’ Weekly episodes typically last 30-50 minutes.
Visit their website: sites.google.com/view/thesuitetalk/home
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-suite-talk/id1451668028
Doug McKee and Edward O’Neill host this podcast that features ‘a series of conversations with teachers about teaching’, typically faculty in higher education circles. Shows arrive bi-monthly and typically run around an hour long.
Visit their website: owltail.com/podcasts/22357-the-teach-better-podcast
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-teach-better-podcast/id965589233?mt=2
Thomas Cavanagh & Kelvin Thompson host this monthly podcast, sponsored by the University of Central Florida. The show offers ‘a fun and informative look at the various trends, best practices and technologies in the realm of online education’. Shows typically run around 30 minutes long.
Visit their website: cdl.ucf.edu/teach/resources/topcast/
Drew Perkins hosts the TeachThought Podcast, a show that ‘delivers an insightful exploration of how teaching and learning are changing in a connected world, from the rise of project-based learning, inquiry-based learning, and personalized learning experiences, to modern knowledge demands, emerging technologies, and the tools and shifts that characterize 21st century learning’. Episodes regularly run over an hour and are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: teachthought.com/podcast/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-teachthought-podcast/id1052524546
Kelly Croy hosts this podcast that aims to ‘deliver content to help educators make a greater impact, be more productive, increase their efficiency, and improve their lifestyles.’ Monthly episodes typically last between 35 and 60 minutes apiece.
Visit their website: https://wirededucator.com/
Times Higher Education features ‘news and interviews from the world of academia’, with a focus on the state of higher education. Episodes typically run between 25 and 45 minutes and are released on a varying schedule.
Visit their website: timeshighereducation.com/academic/opinion/podcasts
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/times-higher-education/id588209017
TLC Ninja Teachers is a podcast ‘by teachers for teachers about classroom innovation’. “Nerdists” Lisa Nowakowski and Nancy Minicozzi host, engaging in discussions and interviews aimed at ‘bringing out the innovator in you’. Bi-weekly episodes usually last around 15 minutes.
Visit their website: tlc.ninja/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tlc-ninja-teachers/id1097982306
Scott the Teacher and Matthew the Tech Coach host TNT EdTech, where they ‘share all we know about educational technology, cool tools pro tips, and interviews with inspiring leaders in ed-tech’. Weekly episodes typically run 45 minutes to an hour.
Visit their website: https://sites.google.com/view/tntedtech
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tnt-edtech-podcast/id1454164244
Tom Covington and Michael Jephcot host TOSAs Talking Tech Podcast a show that’s about ‘Technology Integration, giving ideas, troubleshooting, talking about SAMR and why we need tech in classrooms.’ Weekly episodes typically run between 20 and 30 minutes.
Visit their website: tosastalkingtech.libsyn.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tosas-talking-techs-podcast/id1056285617
JP Prezzavento hosts this podcast that offers ‘snack-sized ideas, resources, and interviews about teaching, learning, and technology integration.’ 25-60 minute episodes arrive monthly.
Visit their website: twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-profs-in-a-pod/id1366465244
UnearthED offers ‘deeper, different, discussions on the topics that matter most to educators’ with hosts Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin. Weekly episodes typically last 11-12 minutes.
Visit their website: bradgustafson.com/podcast
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/unearthed/id1073709918
Michael Matera hosts Well PlayED, a show ‘all about playful learning, #gamification, game-based learning, and game-inspired course design’. Weekly episodes typically run 30-40 minutes long.
Visit their website: mrmatera.com/wellplayed
Listen on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/well-played/id1223852505
Your EdTech Questions is a podcast that ‘tackles critical questions at the juncture of EdTech research and classroom practice’. Zac Chase and Amal Giknis host episodes where they ‘plunge into real questions from real teachers in each episode, you’ll get an in-depth understanding of the issue along with authentic classroom solutions’. Monthly episodes typically run 30-50 minutes.
Visit their website: info.iste.org/your-edtech-questions
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-edtech-questions/id1447691594