Are you wanting to learn more about curriculum design ? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best curriculum design podcasts of 2021.
We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.
We are always keen to hear your feedback, if we have missed a podcast, tweet us @MagazineWelp and we will check it out!
Best Curriculum Design Podcasts 2021
The Backwards Podcast
- Publisher: A.J. Juliani
- Total Episodes: 14
A.J. Juliani shares insights and stories on how to reverse-engineer any goal with a backward design approach. Drawing on years of experience using the backward design process for curriculum and learning development, he talks with experts and leaders who know a lot more than him about succeeding through backward planning in all kinds of areas (business, learning, sports, and life).
Prosperous Coach Podcast
- Publisher: Rhonda Hess, International Business Coach & Niche Strategist
- Total Episodes: 130
Prosperous Coach Podcast is hosted by Rhonda Hess, international business coach and niche strategist. This bi-monthly show offers practical guidance and inspiration to emerging coaches who want to launch their own successful coaching business. Episodes will cover how to choose a profitable coaching niche, create authentic messaging, design magnetic coaching programs and other topics to help you get noticed by ideal clients who will pay well. The show will also delve into coaching tools, coaching client challenges, money mindset and moving beyond limiting beliefs. Rhonda has over 20 years of experience in coaching, marketing, curriculum development, copy writing and editing. Join the conversation at https://prosperouscoachblog.com/podcast
The Labster Podcast
- Publisher: April and SJ
- Total Episodes: 12
The Labster Podcast gives science educators like you a chance to hear from peers who teach with Labster’s virtual labs and other educational technologies. We’ll reflect on learning and curriculum design, and leave you feeling inspired and energized about reaching and teaching your students.
The K12 Engineering Education Podcast
- Publisher: Pios Labs
- Total Episodes: 106
Promoting education in engineering and design for all ages. Learn more and read transcripts at www.k12engineering.net. Produced by Pius Wong, engineer, of Pios Labs (www.pioslabs.com). This podcast is for educators, engineers, entrepreneurs, and parents interested in bringing engineering to younger ages. Listen to real conversations among various professionals in the engineering education space, as we try to find better ways to educate and inspire kids in engineering thinking. For episode transcripts and more information, visit: www.k12engineering.net Topics include overcoming institutional barriers to engineering and STEM in K12, cool ways to teach engineering, equity in access to engineering, industry needs for engineers, strategies for training teachers, “edtech” solutions for K12 classrooms, curriculum and pedagogy reviews, and research on how kids learn engineering knowledge and skills. Thanks for listening!
Teach Create Motivate Podcast: Motivational Tips & Tricks for Teachers
- Publisher: Ashley Marquez
- Total Episodes: 15
Are you a teacher looking for new ways to engage your students in learning each day? You need some fresh ideas for your classroom? Join Ashley Marquez, third grade teacher and curriculum designer, along with special teacher guests as she shares teaching tips, classroom ideas, and every day motivation. Whether you are looking for successful classroom management strategies, ways to engage your students, organizational ideas for your classroom, or ways to implement teacher self care this is the podcast for you! Tune in to episodes and get inspired.
Permaculture Perspectives Podcast
- Publisher: Andrew Faust
- Total Episodes: 59
One of the premier Permaculture teachers and designers in North America with over two decades of experience in the field. His passionate and visionary presentations and curriculum have inspired and motivated teachers, students since his days as a high school teacher at a open community free school which he graduated from in 86′ in Glenmoore, PA. Andrew lived off the grid in West Virginia for 8 years where he designed and built his Permaculture Ph.d homestead including a 1600 sq ft strawbale house. He moved to Brooklyn in 2007 and has been applying his knowledge to the urban landscape culminating in a Permaculture Design Certification course, with over 500 graduates in NYC, many consider life changing. He is developing The Center for Bioregional Living in Ellenville, NY with his partner Adriana Magaña as a hands-on educational campus for students, clients and their daughter Juniper.
Surviving The Future of Work
- Publisher: Raulvin Coke
- Total Episodes: 44
Surviving The Future of Work is a high energy weekly show where Raulvin Coke, “The People’s Futurist” interviews global business leaders, disruptive entrepreneurs, educators, technologist & thought leaders about the their perspective on the Impact of the Future of Work. He ask the tough questions and get the answers your really want to hear! Topics include all areas of our life that is impacted by work including; education, housing, health, energy etc. Here’s what you’ll learn: Career Professionals: Discover the essential Mindset & Skills needed for to gain employment in the new Digital Economy. C-Suite Executive: Avoid Disruption with the latest 21st century Agility & Leadership Methodologies HR / Talent Manager: Tips for Attracting & Retaining Top Talent. Entrepreneur: Discover the new business models and globe opportunities Educator: Re-calibrate curriculum for student career success. Subscribe to the only Future of Work Podcast that designed for the people!
Leading in Athletics
- Publisher: A Better Way Athletics
- Total Episodes: 29
Welcome to Leading in Athletics, a podcast designed to help parents, coaches, and administrators navigate the athletic journey of young athletes and Restore The Joy of sports. We’re a company that helps athletic programs and youth sport organizations across the country become the best that they can possibly be through an online curriculum that includes parent engagement, coaches development, and administrator training. Each week we’ll interview professional athletes, best-selling authors, parents, and coaches from around the world!
- Publisher: Andrew Stadel
- Total Episodes: 9
Poorly designed math curriculum often confuses students and frustrates teachers. The Estimation 180 podcast discusses teaching strategies and math lessons that build number sense and mathematical reasoning. Join your host, Andrew Stadel, on this number sense journey as he shares teacher tips and strategies so every student can make sense of math.
SIDE HUSTLE with PERSONALITY Host: Kerry Ruff
- Publisher: Kerry Ruff
- Total Episodes: 41
MOVING YOUR ENERGY DIFFERENTLY created by Kerry Ruff. This podcast is the only personal connection building and business podcast from New York City which is specifically designed to help you master the curriculum of marketing/communication by ELEVATING YOUR ENERGIES & PERSONALITY in ways that will take your personal brand & business to the next level. Kerry Ruff teaches and builds small businesses, start-ups, and speaking conferences and provide real-life everyday skills necessary to participate in our Digital Age. Find Kerry here: kerryruff.com /[email protected]
Strength Coach Curriculums
- Publisher: Rich Clarke
- Total Episodes: 23
The Strength Coach Curriculums Podcast is designed for both coaches breaking into the strength and conditioning profession and those looking to optimising their craft. Masterclass episodes, practitioner journeys and a profession overview.
The Ask Joaquin Anything Podcast
- Publisher: Joaquin Revello
- Total Episodes: 16
This podcast is designed to help you prepare for any World Scholar’s Cup event! Hosted by Grade 11 Entrepreneur (and his many alpaca friends), Joaquin Revello, this podcast covers the 2020 WSC curriculum, many productivity tactics, and multiple WSC strategies for success. New episodes weekly, and remember to submit your questions on Instagram or YouTube by DM’ing @Joaquin_Revello
No. 86 Lecture Series
- Publisher: The Federalist Society
- Total Episodes: 15
No. 86, a reference to the Federalist Papers, continues the conversations our Founding Fathers had in 85 Papers about the proper structure of government. The project is designed specifically for an audience of law students – providing commentary and analysis on topics relating to the law school curriculum.
The Music Makers
- Publisher: The Music Makers (Marissa DeVoe)
- Total Episodes: 6
The Music Makers is a podcast designed to provide elementary music teachers with resources, lessons, repertoire, and much more! Through the lens of a current music educator, learn new songs and activities you can bring to your students right away. Enjoy short discussions on the importance of each topic in the elementary music curriculum and the occasional interview with experts in the field. This is you new favorite teaching tool for this school year.
Let It Glow Podcast with Jennifer Nielson
- Publisher: Jennifer Nielson
- Total Episodes: 46
Why Suffer When You Can Shine? In the LET IT GLOW podcast, Jennifer Nielson shares inspiring stories, tools from her Shine On Curriculum, and motivation that will help listeners to design radiant lives!
- Publisher: Scripps College
- Total Episodes: 11
When Scripps was founded in 1926 in Claremont, California, it was one of few institutions dedicated to educating women for lives of commitment and engagement. Since then, Scripps has continued to champion qualities of both mind and spirit in accordance with the vision of its founder, newspaper entrepreneur and philanthropist Ellen Browning Scripps. Scripps today offers a rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum, a robust intellectual community, a commitment to diversity and inclusion, and a rich residential experience designed to shape the next generation of leaders.
Designed for Life
- Publisher: Tony Ryan CEO Design & Technology Association
- Total Episodes: 17
This is the official podcast of the Design and Technology Association. ‘Designed for life’ aims to entertain, inform and inspire, bringing the worlds of business and industry together. Design and Technology is a wide-ranging curriculum subject that, along with qualifications in other facilitating subjects, can open doors to students across an ever-increasing breadth of career. England was the first country in the world to introduce this subject to its mainstream curriculum offer in 1988. Where we led others, have followed and in various guises, it is now taught in countries around the world including India, Australia, China, USA, France and Finland. This podcast consists of a series of short, informal conversations with people from across the worlds of education, industry and design. The intention is to help to link business, industry and education, as the solutions to tomorrows problems are being educated today!
Physical and Health Education in the MYP
- Publisher: Everett Hill and Dominique Dalais
- Total Episodes: 11
Podcast for Middle Years Program Physical and Health Educators. Dominique Dalais and Everett Hill will cover topics on how to implement the MYP PHE program, design units, address key concepts, structure the curriculum, and more. Please feel free to connect with us at the sites below: The Facebook Group: Physical and Health Education in the MYP Website: https://www.ibmypphe.com/ Facebook Group: Physical and Health Education in the MYP Twitter: @ibmypphe Email: [email protected] Hashtags: #ibmypphe and #mypphe
Miss Rory’s Story Emporium
- Publisher: Studio252
- Total Episodes: 19
Miss Rory’s Story Emporium is a collection of audio stories for families to enjoy together. Each of Miss Rory’s stories is delivered as a miniseries containing elements of drama and comedy that will take both kids and grown-ups on an amazing adventure. With themes of wisdom, faith, and friendship woven into each story, you and your kids will be invited to use your imaginations to be part of building the story together. Whether you’re traveling or listening at home, we hope you enjoy these stories together, and may they spark conversations you’ll remember for years to come. Miss Rory’s Story Emporium is brought to you by 252 Kids and Studio252.tv. 252 Kids is a monthly, web-based curriculum designed for kindergarten through fifth grade children. 252 Kids believes parents have an important job. In fact, it’s a job so important they deserve all the help they can get. We want to help kids K-5 and their families grow in wisdom, faith, and friendship by giving parents ideas, tools, and strategies to help them lead their kids through this significant time in their life. Studio252.tv is a fun, kid-focused website filled with cues to help families grow in faith and character. It offers resources to help families connect at strategic times of the day and reinforce key biblical concepts through music, videos and activities.
- Publisher: Dr. Kirsti Martin
- Total Episodes: 4
A high-yield curriculum for residents and medical students who will be working the the UMass Neonatal ICU. Adapted from the open access curriculum published with the paper “Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Boot Camp: A Preparatory Curriculum for Residents” by Dr. Jeffrey Surcouf and colleagues at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. The originally published curriculum can be found online at MedEdPortal, the Journal of Teaching and Learning Resources of the Association of American Medical Colleges.Logo design by www.designevo.com, free online logo maker