EdTech Podcasts That Will Keep You Ahead Of The Curve

  • TEDTalks Education
    The TEDTalks Education podcast gathers those TEDTtalks focused on education, and includes such gifted presenters as Sir Ken Robinson, futurist Ray Kurzweil, Khan Academy’s Salman Khan, Bill Gates, Coursera co-founder Daphne Koller, and Colin Powell.
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  • Moving At The Speed Of Creativity
    Wesley Fryer has been producing the free “Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcast” since 2005. The podcast primarily focuses on educational technology and digital literacy, but sometimes includes episodes related to history, science, or other educational topics.
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  • Ed Tech Crew
    Australian duo Darrel Branson and Tony Richards host “The Ed Tech Crew Podcast,” which focuses on the use of information and communications technology (ICT) in education. Issues are discussed, useful websites and tech are shared, and U.S. listeners get a unique perspective from across the Pacific.
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  • House Of EdTech
    Hosted by Christopher J. Nesi, a New Jersey social studies teacher who has taught at the middle and high school levels, the podcast explores how technology is impacting the way teachers teach, as well as its effects on education overall.
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  • Instructional Tech Talk
    “Instructional Tech Talk” with Illinois-based educator and administrator Jeff Herb is among the highest-rated ed tech podcasts on iTunes. Herb’s goal is simple: To make implementing technology in your class, building, or district easier, regardless of your position — be it classroom teacher or superintendent. The Instructional Tech Talk website also features a variety of resources, ranging from articles to weekly challenges.
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  • EdGeekCast
    A podcast by, for and about geeks who teach. Hosted by Jennifer LaGarde, Nancy Mangum and Lucas Gillespie, the show offers a discussion of all things edtech.
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