The Conversation recently published a list of podcasts from eight experts across a range of disciplines.
While you might like to browse the full list I thought you might be particularly interested in the pick from Bronwyn Hinz, Policy Fellow at the Mitchell Institute, VU.
I’m a big fan of podcasts, from a wide range of genres and subjects. Choosing just one was too hard, but I’ve narrowed down my top three for those interested in education policy.
In its own words, Teachers’ Education Review is:
… the Australian podcast for teachers that bridges the gap between research, policy and practice.
But it’s great for others interested in Australian schooling.
The episodes are long (around 90 minutes), but divided into segments, and the time each segment starts is provided so you can skip straight to the parts you’re keenest on. Presenters and listeners are on Twitter to continue discussions for those interested.
The Early Education Show is an engaging and informative podcast for everyone with an interest in early childhood education and care policies, news and practices in Australia and beyond. The presenters are passionate and knowledgeable, bringing diverse perspectives and just the right amount of disagreement, self-deprecation, irony and humour.
And, finally, Freakonomics Radio is an upbeat and engaging podcast from Chicago uncovering “the hidden side of everything” using actual research and fun interviews with the researchers, activists and others at the centre of each topic. This show covers a big variety of topics, but mostly from the fields of education policy, politics, psychology and economics.
If you’ve got podcasts to share, send them through!