BAM! Radio is the largest education radio network in the world, offering programming from the nation’s top education organizations and thought leaders and reaching a wide audience of people passionately committed to quality education. BAM! Radio Network’s “on-air” hosts are executive directors of respected education associations in the country; guests are leading experts, advocates, and journalists in education; and programming is produced by an Emmy-winning team. Among BAM! Radio’s offerings are TweetED—team coverage, highlights, and commentary from the best education Twitter chats and social media discussions of the week; and An EdTech Minute—discussions about integrating teaching and learning through educational technology and identifying the best education apps, teaching tools, and digital resources for teaching and learning. Educators can save their favorite episodes from these and other channels on BAM! Radio and create their own playlists to share or save for later listening.
Educators can advance their knowledge and gain a well-respected credential from PennState’s College of Education—consistently ranked in the top 10, according to U.S. News & World Report. Penn State’s World Campus invites educators to earn a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction. They can choose from five areas of emphasis: STEM Education; Elementary Education; Children’s Literature; Curriculum and Supervision; and Theory and Practice in English, Social Studies, and World Languages. Participants will learn online from the same faculty who teach on campus and apply their new knowledge immediately in their classroom. The program is asynchronous, so participants can study on their own time, from any location. Visit the website to request information.
“Supporting English Language Learners: Resources for Leaders” is a free self-paced course developed by staff at the Understanding Language Initiative, housed at Stanford University. Understanding Language’s vision is to increase college, career, and community readiness for all students—especially English language learners (ELLs)—by transforming the quality of their educational experiences.
“Philosophy for Children and P.E.A.C.E.” (P4C) is a freeself-paced virtual course from the Department of Humanities and the Philosophy for Children Course at University of Naples, Federico II, and the PEACE project, which offers training in the use of philosophical inquiry in the curriculum to foster a cosmopolitan mindset in young people.