This podcast discusses all things public education during the COVID-19 pandemic, and is hosted by a high school social studies teacher.
Each episode interviews 3 guests with their stories related to how outbreak has impacted public education including students, college professors, superintendents, school board members, and of course teachers.
Season 1 - Episode 3: Reclaim Idaho's Luke Mayville on School Funding Pre/Post COVID-19
Discussion on Reclaim Idaho's ballot initiative and the state of Idaho's school funding prior to and after COVID-19
How teachers are preparing, athletics in a pandemic, and a medical doctor's advice on best practices to keep schools safe
This episode features a conversation with a high school teacher on how she is preparing her classroom and curriculum for the return of students in just 2 weeks.
A high school athletics director discusses the challenge of safely continuing school sports and other extracurricular activities due to COVID-19.
And this episode ends with a Pulmonologist on best practices for the classroom and school setting.
How COVID-19 impacted students, special education teachers, and universities
This episode features a conversation with former seniors, now graduates, on their experiences when school moved to remote instruction due to COVID-19.
It includes a discussion with a special education teacher on challenges with distance learning for students with special needs.
And it closes with a conversation with a college professor about the challenges and complexities of teaching/learning during the pandemic in addition to faculty attempting to continue research projects.
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Academics in a Pandemic is full of useful information for parents and educators who are facing unprecedented challenges. Levi is an excellent host with a wealth of first-hand experience in the classroom. You should subscribe right away!
Levi knows his stuff! So glad he has a podcast now!
Levi Cavener was my Senior project and Economics Teacher my Senior year in High School and can say he is one of the coolest and carrying teachers out there. He knows what he’s talking about and really does his research and cares a ton about his students, always trying to do what is best for them, individually even.