Gearing up for a big trip? The best way to pass time on those long-haul flights is to load up your phone with podcasts. It’s sort of like being productive while relaxing.
Plus, podcasts are free and have become one of the most useful resources for developing and growing an online business. Let’s take a look at the best podcasts for online teachers.
A few are teaching related, a few are business related, and a few are just plain fun.
My mission with Anomalous Educator is to find out what made these exceptions succeed and bring on guest that can help all of use bridge the gap and achieve the same success.
Not to toot our horn, but our podcast is entirely built around helping entrepreneurs teach online, and online teachers become successful entrepreneurs.
The two fields have more in common than you’d ever believe.
To put it bluntly: if you’re running an online business and not subscribed to the Tropical MBA podcast, you’re missing out on one of the single most valuable resources available.
Hosts Dan and Ian started a location independent business nearly ten years ago, grew it while traveling and living around the world, and finally sold it last year.
Each week they talk online business, and throughout the 400+ episodes have shed light on just about everything related to remote work and building a business.
Host Jason Moore brings travel stories, advice, and location independent resources to the table each week on the Zero To Travel Podcast. He interviews a variety of digital nomads, world travelers, and influencers from across the spectrum of travel.
This podcast helps digital nomads master the fine art of work and life balance while being on the road.
Professional development for teachers is the name of the game on the Free Teacher PD podcast. The show hasn’t updated since 2015, but the 43 podcasts available are an incredibly valuable tool for teachers of all stripes.
This veteran podcast casts a raw look at the world of teaching today. It’s built for K-12 teachers but contains an amalgam of valuable information that online teachers of all types can put into play for their business.
Nearly every problem a teacher runs into has been discussed and debated on this show.
Dr. Wesley Freyer presents a show about progressing the teaching mindset, with episodes as varied in topic as they are in length. This podcast has been running for years and is part of the host’s collection of creative development resources, all found at the website linked here.
The Teaching Online Podcast from Dr. Jason Rhode covers just about everything related to online teaching. Resources, teaching, and student issues are frequent topics. Conversations often venture a bit outside the box and present new angles on topics that pass through the mind of anyone who sets out to teach online.
The teaching world is always evolving. Part of the professional struggle is keeping up with new trends and tech as they become available. This podcast does much of the legwork for you. Then it fills in the gaps with important, and sometimes random, information on optimizing the newest technology for teachers.
EPoP is a podcast built for the budget traveler. Travis Sherry is a master of frequent flyer miles and general travel hacking. He also gives tips on how to maximize your travel dollar no matter in the world you’re headed. Perfect for us digital nomad online teachers.