Description: BAM! Radio Network—Where 15,000+ Educators Share What Works. BAM! is an acronym for
“body and mind.” BAM! Radio began in 2007 as a single online radio program called Body, Mind and Child,
created to bring parents the latest insights and wisdom from the leading experts in the fields of early
childhood education, physical education/motor development, play research, child development, and the
neurosciences. In late 2008, programming expanded to serve a broader slice of the education community.
Today, BAM! Radio is the largest education radio network in the world offering programming from the nation’s
top education organizations and thought leaders, reaching a wide audience of people passionately committed
to quality education.
What most distinguishes BAM Radio Network are the people involved: “On-air” hosts are the executive
directors of the most respected education associations in the country and passionate experienced classroom
teachers, guests are leading experts, advocates and journalists in education, and programming is produced by
an Emmy-winning team.
For the main page of BAM! Radio Network:
Description: The Teachers’ Classroom podcast hosted by Matt Weld explores current issues and topics
in education and how they relate to teaching and students.
For main podcast page, visit:
The Teachers’ Classroom, Episode 54: How2INFORM with Dr. Vesna Markovic and Kimberley Skubic (March 17, 2022)
Duration: 48 minutes
Description: ‘Verify before you Amplify’ is the catchphrase of How2Inform, a website dedicated to teaching students about misinformation, disinformation, and malinformation on social media and the Internet in general. Dr. Vesna Markovic and Kimberley Skubic, both with backgrounds in criminal justice, talk with host Matt Weld about their program.
To listen to Episode 54: How@INFORM with Dr. Vesna Markovic and Kimberley Skubic, visit:
The TeachThought Podcast delivers thoughtful heterodox conversations and ideas to help
educators think about their craft and better prepare learners for the modern world.
For podcast main page, visit:
Description: In Episode 273, Drew Perkins talks with Jennifer LaGarde and Darren Hudgins about their book, Digital Detectives: Essential Lessons for Discerning Fact From Fiction in the ‘Fake News’ Era. Links & Resources mentioned:
- Digital Detectives: Essential Lessons for Discerning Fact From Fiction in the ‘Fake News’ Era
The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 273: Rethinking Media Literacy (Dec 1, 2021)
Description: Carl Hooker interviews Jennifer Lagarde about the ways the fake news pandemic undermines our efforts to teach critical thinking and offers strategies to help students discern fact from fiction in the information at school and on the devices they carry in their pockets.
To listen to Jennifer LaGarde’s interview: