Webinars & Podcasts

Rethinking Education

The Creative Classroom

The Creative Classroom Blog has detailed information about each podcast above. The two are connected by date.

From Page to Practice

From Page to Practice is a British centred podcast focusing on the application of educational reading in the classroom. Most episodes feature a contribution from the author of the selected text, followed by a number of readers contributing their reflections on the text and most importantly how they have applied it in their practice. Learn more at the Learning Linguist Website

Flourishing Education

Powerful imperfectly perfect conversations to challenge our views and beliefs. Conversations shows that sometimes our truth may be different from someone else's truth but is not THE truth. When we talk, discover and learn to respect our differences and similarities, we can all show up authentically and communicate authentically. That's the only way we can change education - TOGETHER in COLLABORATION.
True learning is not the simple acquisition of skills, knowledge and competences. It requires us to be flexible and open to change through powerful imperfectly perfect conversations. Are you ready? Learn more at the Flourishing Education Website

Chapters International

Chapters International offers a variety of educational podcasts by such presenters as Kath Murdoch, Ron Richhart, Guy Claxton and others.

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The Backwards Podcast

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The Learner Lab

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Each episode dives into a topic that can help us become better learners.

NRICH Free Math Webinars

Corwin Monday Webinars

CORWIN offers free biweekly Monday Afternoon Webinar Series. Note: You will need to set up a free account to view. Explore Upcoming Webinars Archived Webinars

Stenhouse: Free Webinars

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Stenhouse: Teacher's Corner

The Daily Cafe Video Series

Share this free video series with parents to help students build stamina for reading at home. Click/Tap Image to view.

In this new series, Gail Boushey reads with your students, and helps them learn to read independently at home for 20 to 30 minutes at a time by teaching or reintroducing them to

  • the behaviors of a reader;

  • why it is important to read at home;

  • 3 Ways to Read a Book;

  • how to Check for Understanding;

  • how to track stamina;

  • how to use a word collector;

  • how to keep track of language they love that may be used in their writing; and

  • correspond with you, their teacher, by taking a photo of their stamina chart and sharing what they are reading.

Check out the parent information HERE and the student videos HERE.

Reggio Emilia Project Professional Learning

The aim of the Zerosei Project website is to enhance educator’s understanding, and to support schools in the implementation of Reggio Inspired practices, as well as support their work on projects, developed from the children’s interests.
The ZeroSei Project Professional Learning site allows educators to sign up for very reasonably priced webinars. The platform allows webinar participants to sign into their paid course, watch the videos of the seminars, rewatch past webinars, and view their course work.
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Teachers Supporting Teachers

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Teachers supporting teachers'. Here you will find podcasts sharing insights into being and becoming a teacher. Hosted Narelle Lemon, an Associate Professor in Education at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne Australia, currently working with final year pre-service teachers.
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Don't Call Me Resilient

Don’t Call Me Resilient is a provocative new podcast about race that takes you deep into conversations with scholars and activists who view the world through an anti-racist lens. Instead of calling those who have survived the pain of systemic racism resilient, this podcast goes in search of solutions for those things no one should have to be resilient for. Website source: Don't Call Me Resilient