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Find Education Podcasts
Find podcasts created for and by educators for classroom use and professional development in these links:

What is a Podcast?

Index of Education Podcasts
  • Tami's Tech4Teaching Blog - Many podcasts mentioned along with a selection of other useful information tagged and connected to Diigo
  • Education Podcast Network - David Warlick and the Landmark Project [Link reported - looking into the matter]
  • MathGrad.com
  • First Amendment Minute
  • Our City Podcast
  • Radio WillowWeb – Radio for Kids, By Kids, Willowdale Elementary School in Omaha, Nebraska.  Collection of Podcasts by Willow elementary students and others
  • ROOM 208 - Student created podcasts and blogs
  • Podcast.net
  • Podcast Alley – extensive collection of podcasts organized by genre including Education
  • Marco Polo--Brief science podcasts about science, technology and medicine.  New podcasts come out on Friday.
  • FrenchPodClass -
  • Grammar Girl - Quick and Dirty Tips for Improving Writing
  • A School in the Coulee Podcast - seventh grade students from LaCrosse, Wisconsin
  • Ecogeeks - from The Wild Classroom
  • iTunes 6.0 has built in Podcast directory.  Open iTunes and click on Podcast in left menu then Podcast Directory near bottom of the page.
    • English as Second Language  (ELL) Podcasts are available if you choose Education and All

Professional Development Podcasts


Minnesota sites
  • The Savvy Technologist, Tim Wilson, Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Schools
  • University of Minnesota's Moment Radio Show
  • Blog Francois Blake and Stillwater high school students create podcasts (in French) and post them to a blog. Each student is assigned a counterpart (or two) at the other school and must listen to the podcast and then follow up with questions in writing via blog comments. The project provides an authentic French communication experience for the students in speaking, listening and writing. The teachers and some of the teachers are subscribing to the podcasts and listening on their iPods. Plans include a videoconference between the two schools.
  • Conversations in Education, a podcasting project by Hamline University's Graduate School of Education



Other Online Podcast Directories