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The Social Studies Teacher Podcast

Kirsten Hammond, The Southern Teach

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Are you an upper elementary teacher looking for simple strategies that will help make teaching social studies easy and fun? This podcast is perfect for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade teachers who want to maximize their time and bring social studies to life in their classrooms! Your host, Kirsten of The Southern Teach, is a mom and educator with over a decade of experience teaching in the classroom. She is all about simple and actionable strategies that result in wins, big or small. Each week, she'l ...
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Social Studies

Joe Dombrowski & Gaspare Randazzo

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Comedians Joe Dombrowski (former elementary school teacher) and co-host Gaspare Randazzo (current high school teacher) discuss the chaotic life in and out of the classroom, the nuances of parenting toddlers, and pretty much all things millennial. Each episode is different. Sometimes they'll bring you a Hollywood guest such as comedian Anjelah Reyes-Johnson or renowned School Psychologist Dr.Jody Carrington. Sometimes they might read emails from fans, riffing on their unbelievable, real life, ...
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Leading scholars in History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science (HPS) introduce contemporary topics for a general audience. Developed by scholars and students in the HPS program at the University of Melbourne. Episodes released weekly. Current Hosts: Samara Greenwood and Carmelina Contarino.
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EAWR Social Studies

Jesse Daniels

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Quotes, thoughts, lectures, and lessons from the Social Studies department of East Alton-Wood River High School Cover art photo provided by Patrick Tomasso on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@impatrickt
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Talking Social Studies

Talking Social Studies

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A show where you will find conversations about strategies, resources, ideas and more, all designed to help today’s social studies teachers. With hosts @STLinOK, @CHitch93 @ScottPadway, and @cheffernan75. Find our show notes at TalkingSocialStudies.com
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Economics and Social Studies

Dr. Rakshit Madan Bagde

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I am Assistant Professor in Economics and Researcher. My aim is to make people aware of the new issues involved in economics in easy terms. Along with it, information on social issues is to be accessed in easy terms. "Increase knowledge along with Entertainment."
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Anti-Social Studies

Emily Glankler

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With a masters degree in history and years of experience explaining old things to teenagers, Emily Glankler is bringing her high school social studies classroom to the masses. Join her as she tells stories from the past that are relevant to more than just history buffs. Relearn all the history you feel like you should already know from an expert with absolutely no homework or quizzes involved. Guaranteed.
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This is our podcast class, and together we have a new tool for learning through art, activists, and authors. Through this podcast we can listen to something new, post questions and have discussions, and get a break from the books!
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Slavery and The Social Studies

Christy G. Keeler, Ph.D.

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This podcast provides resource material for use with Clark County School District's Teaching American History Grant module titled "Slavery and Integrated Social Studies ." As part of the module, third through fifth grade teachers will learn to use and create Google Earth resources to create Google Lit Trips.
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Today Carmelina is joined by Professor Uljana Feest, Philosopher of Psychology and Chair for Philosophy of Social Science and Social Philosophy at the Leibniz University of Hannover. In this episode, Uljana discusses her work on the philosophy and history of psychology as it relates to the replication crisis. In a recent article ‘What is the Replic…
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I'm getting personal on the podcast today and sharing some of the hardest moments of my teaching career. These teachable moments help us grow and create connections with other teachers. If you're going through a hard time as a teacher, know you aren't alone. Episode Highlights Why I became a teacher My student teaching experience Toxic workplace en…
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Joe puts on his fancy pants to perform at a Gala and wins a trip to palm springs while Gas meets the creepiest old man in America, before dropping the tea on the craziest reality show of all time and getting into some wild emails. Support the show and get 50% off your 1st Factor box, plus 20% off the next month. Head to https://www.factormeals.com/…
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Today we are joined by Miguel Ohnesorge and Aja Watkins to talk about a new subfield of HPS - The Philosophy of the Geosciences. Miguel and Aja recently co-authored an article titled 'What is the Philosophy of the Geosciences?' In today's episode, we discuss many of the themes introduced in the paper, including common problems found across such div…
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This week, Gaspare gets a new moniker from someone online, before going through first date advice. The boys clap back at some haters and find out where to buy Ecoli. This episode is brought to you by Better Help. Give online therapy a try at https://www.betterhelp.com/SOCIALSTUDIES, and get on your way to being your best self.…
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This week, Joe reveals his spicy birthday calling card and Gaspare spends the night in a grocery store, before doing a deep dive in some of the wildest parent emails shared from patreon members. Then the boys discuss the finer details of trouser prints. Support the show & get 10% off of Hero Bread at https://www.hero.co with code SOCIAL…
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Whether you're planning for a day off soon, or you know you need a better solution for next school year, you'll love these realistic tips on preparing for a substitute teacher. Episode Highlights My 7 best tips on getting ready for a sub Low prep activities to fill your sub tub Resources and Links Blog Post - Episode 48 Let's Connect! Shop Resource…
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How are we to understand Indigenous biological difference in the twenty-first century? Is it a racist ruse, a stubborn residue of racial pseudoscience? Or is it a potentially empowering force that can be unlocked by newly accurate science? Or by being under Indigenous control? Today’s guest is Deakin Distinguished Professor Emma Kowal. Emma first t…
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Today you get a sneak peek into one of the trainings from the video vault of the Smart and Simple Social Studies membership. Listen for ways you can use novel studies to teach social studies! Episode Highlights What is a novel study? Why you may want to use novel studies in your classroom. My favorite books to use for novel studies Resources and Li…
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Summer break might be just around the corner, but that does not mean classic classroom activities are forgotten. Grab some school supplies, get creative and enjoy the memories made over this past year! Episode Highlights Poetry scavenger hunts Texts to compare The Year in Review poem Writing a letter to the teacher / student Texts to reflect on Res…
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This week, Gaspare and Joe exchange earthquake stories, Lucy tries football, and Gaspare tells his kids about eclipse rats. Joe learns something about the theater from Gaspare for a change and the guys do a few rounds of "would you rather."Joe Dombrowski & Gaspare Randazzo
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We have a very special episode today with guest host Dr Joshua Eisenthal interviewing fellow philosopher of science, and good friend, Dr Haixin Dang on the fascinating subject of Disagreement in Science. It might seem like scientists should always aspire to achieve consensus, and therefore any disagreement in science is a mark of failure. However, …
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Journal prompts can really help students gain a deeper understanding of a topic. If you are looking for new ways to develop critical thinking and foster academic discussion then you'll love today's episode. Episode Highlights 5 steps to using journal prompts in social studies 10 journal prompt examples that can be used for virtually any social stud…
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Today's episode features one of our favourite philosophers of physics, Dr Sophie Ritson. Sophie's research focuses on the way contemporary physicists – of both the experimental and theoretical kind – work together to develop reliable knowledge and find creative ways to expand our fundamental understanding of the universe. Sophie is unafraid to dig …
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Have you ever felt that you’re just not up to par with all those teachers on social media? They seem to always be doing everything right and are picture-perfect. Can you relate? Today I’m sharing with you 4 big mistakes I’ve made as a teacher, and what I’ve learned from these mistakes. I always strive to be my best and these are some mistakes that …
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This week, Joe talks some wedding talk before Gaspare stops a fight with nothing but teacher skills and a cup of yogurt. The guys debate the sporting life before reading an all time hilarious listener email. Support the show and get 50% off your 1st Factor box, plus 20% off your next box. Head to https://www.factormeals.com/SOCIALSTUDIES50 and use …
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Today's guest is Dr Kirsten Walsh, a philosophy lecturer at the University of Exeter. Kirsten’s research primarily focuses on Isaac Newton and his methodology, but she is careful to consider philosophical issues alongside a sensitivity and consideration for historical contexts. In today’s episode Kirsten gives us a sense of how our historical under…
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While the 20th century is a fascinating topic to cover, it can be a challenge to find resources that include the correct level of depth for the upper elementary classroom. Let's dive in to unpack this puzzle together. Episode Highlights Introduction to the 20th and 21st Centuries The 1900s and 1910s World War I The Roaring Twenties The Great Depres…
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Joe tells tales from the "happiest place on earth" aka Baltimore and finds a hill to die on with a passionate fan. Gaspare gets a new tattoo and goes over his house rules before showing a friend his deck. This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at https://www.betterhelp.com/SOCIALSTUDIES and get on your way to being …
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This week the team at The HPS Podcast are taking a mid-semester break! To celebrate we are reposting one of our favourite episodes from Season 1 featuring Professor Greg Radick, a leading historian of biology at the University of Leeds. In the podcast Greg discusses the use of counterfactuals in history of science - the term we use for asking ‘What…
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Student engagement is the name of the game, so today I'm sharing 5 activities you can incorporate into your classroom plans to make social students fun for learners! Episode Highlights biography lapbooks meme activities creating your own map/country virtual field trips webquests Resources and Links Blog Post - Episode 42 Famous Heroes in Communitie…
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This week, the boys make a big announcement, before digging into 90's kid TV shows, the dancing plague of the 1500's, evolution, and everyone's favorite objects; doors and wheels. Support the show and get up to 40% off Beam’s Dream Powder. Head to https://www.shopbeam.com/social and use code SOCIAL.Joe Dombrowski & Gaspare Randazzo
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In today’s episode we have assistant professor and philosopher of science, Dan Hicks, taking us through better understanding public scientific controversies. ‘Public scientific controversies’ is a term Dan uses to capture a broad variety of controversies that involve both science and the public. This would include controversies around vaccines, gen…
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You may have heard of the Enneagram the trending and fun (and scarily accurate) personality test. This episode is going into our teacher world with Enneagram for Teachers! I will be giving you some insights on your Enneagram type with a teacher twist on your strengths, weaknesses, and ways to be your best teacher self. Episode Highlights Characteri…
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This week, Joe reads to a school full of kids before discovering something incredible in his basement. Gaspare does a deep dive on the Iron lung before answering some questions submitted from patreon members, including what star signs they find attractive. Support the show and get 50% off your Factor order at https://www.factormeals.com with code S…
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Today's episode features Professor Anna Alexandrova from the University of Cambridge discussing a field she has pioneered - the Philosophy of Well-Being Science. As Anna points out, well-being and happiness are now established phenomena for scientific research, particularly in the disciplines of psychology and economics. But does current scientific…
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Today's test prep-themed episode has 8 tips for you as a teacher and then a special section that you can play for your students as they build a toolbox of test prep strategies. Episode Highlights 8 test prep tips for teachers 8 test prep tips for students Blog Post - Episode 40 Let's Connect! Shop Resources Instagram Website Join the Facebook Group…
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This week, Gaspare and Joe discuss the finer points of Prince Albert Piercings and binky ceremonies. The guys read about some insane classroom hijinks before wondering how much is eating a live cockroach worth? Support the show & get up to 40% off of Beam’s Dream Powder. Head to https://www.beam.com/SOCIAL and use code SOCIAL at checkout…
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Today's guest is Dr Kate Lynch, who will discuss the topic of 'causal explanation in science'. Kate is a philosopher of biology and a lecturer in HPS at the University of Melbourne. In this episode Kate introduces us to the difference between 'causation' and 'causal explanation', as well as difficulties involved in assessing what makes a good causa…
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If your test prep strategies are feeling stale, today I've got a teamwork approach that might just turn things around. Episode Highlights Test Prep Power Hour 101 How to group students How to divide up the planning How to find an hour in your instructional schedule Resources so you can get started and try your first power hour Resources and Links N…
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This week, Joe and Gas discuss the culinary details of strip clubs and consult a very special patreon member for the answer to a very difficult question. Gaspare gets to the bottom of presidential privates and Joe considers doing wedgie stuff for money. Support the show and get 10% off your entire order. Go to https://www.thefreezepipe.com and use …
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Today's episode is dedicated to the often complex, sometimes fraught relationship between practicing scientists and the history of science. To discuss this topic, we are joined by two of the most distinguished scholars in the history of science, Lorraine Daston and Peter Harrison, who recently co authored an article for Aeon, urging for a fresh dia…
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Welcome to Season 3 of the HPS podcast! It's so great to be back. Kicking off our third season, we have a new addition to the team, Carmelina Contarino. Carmelina is an Honours student in HPS at the University of Melbourne and will be joining Samara in producing the podcast, as well as hosting several of the episodes. In today's episode, Samara and…
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It's so easy to just give students free time on their devices, but today I'm sharing some simple tweaks that can help you make the most of those miscellaneous pockets of free time. Adding enrichment time to your classroom might be more simple than you think! Episode Highlights What is enrichment time? 5 steps to adding enrichment time to your class…
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This week, Gaspare gets a dose of musical theater before he and Joe do a deep dive into the wild wild world of mukbanging. The guys enlist the help of some special guests to find out the answer to that age old question: how much money would cause you to eat raw chicken? Support the show and get 60% off of Green Chef, plus 20% off your next 2 months…
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Visual learner here to share that timelines are extremely helpful tools for understanding the chronological order of events. Today I've got 6 tips to help you effectively incorporate timelines into your upper elementary social studies lessons. Episode Highlights Timeline basics Interactive timelines Timelines of a student's life Multimedia elements…
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This week, the boys drop an emergency pod as they catch up with life. They do a deep dive into the wild world of scented candles before breaking down the exact ways to discover if someone you know truly sucks. This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at https://www.betterhelp.com/SOCIALSTUDIES & get on your way to bei…
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