The education podcasts you should be listening to

As winter approaches it seems as if you are arriving and leaving work in the middle of the night – you might need some motivation. We’ve rounded up our top education podcasts to keep you ready to go this season. 

The number of people listening to podcasts in the UK almost doubled between 2013 and 2018. It’s no secret that a good podcast is the perfect way to pass the time on your daily commute or while you are lesson planning.

Using podcasts you can easily enhance your teaching knowledge on the go.

TED Talks Education

The TED organisation is know for sharing knowledge from some of the world’s best researchers and community leaders. In this podcast by the nonprofit, educators share their stories and visions on the future of schools and how we learn.

Learn more and listen to TED Talks Education here.

HMH Learning Moments: Teachers in America

The HMH Learning Moments: Teachers in America podcast will give you some fresh ideas and inspiration from across the pond. The podcast from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt features stories from teachers across America about their experiences in education.

Education on Fire

This podcast hosted by Mark Taylor aims to share creative and inspiring learning in our schools. Each themed season of weekly podcasts showcases how educators are currently creating an environment for children to learn, explore and thrive.

Tes – The education podcast

Finding the time to catch up on the latest teaching news can feel like a chore by the end of the day – enter the education podcast from Tes. Each episode is categorised with a theme like leadership or news, bringing you reviews and interviews with special guests from the world of education.

The Edtech Podcast

The Edtech Podcast aims to improve the dialogue between education and tech through storytelling.

The podcast is broken down into series like Future Tech for Education, Learning Continued and Education 4.0, each dealing with different aspects of edtech.

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