The SecEd Podcast: Best Education Podcast 2021

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:

The SecEd Podcast – which recently celebrated its one year anniversary – has been awarded the title of Best Education Podcast 2021.

The award has been given by Learning Ladders and was decided upon by a panel featuring teachers, school leaders, edtech entrepreneurs and others.

The Best Education Podcast 2021 Award has been designed to save busy teachers and school leaders time when searching for the best, most useful educational podcasts.

The judging panel, which included Learning Ladders’ founder, Matt Koster-Marcon, who is also chair of the EdTech Special Interest Group at the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA), produced a final winning shortlist of 47 podcasts, including The SecEd Podcast.

The SecEd Podcast launched in April 2020 and focuses on best practice advice both in the classroom and across the school. We recently celebrated our one-year anniversary and in that time have published 29 episodes.

Episodes are published fortnightly and focus on important areas of classroom and/or whole-school practice. Each episode features a panel of two to four guests including practicing teachers and school leaders as well as other experts.

Since the podcast launched, our most downloaded episodes have included:

Learning Ladders is an online suite of tools which support teachers and parents with learning.

The award comes as Headteacher Update, SecEd's sister primary magazine, this month launched its own best practice podcast focusing on best practice across the primary school. You can find this podcast at www.headteacher-update.com/knowledge-bank/podcasts

You can download The SecEd Podcast from your streaming service of choice or you can listen via the SecEd website at www.sec-ed.co.uk/knowledge-bank/podcasts/1

The full list of winning podcasts covers topics such as edtech, EYFS, and SEND can be found via www.learningladders.info/news/best-podcasts-for-headteachers-and-schools-2021-winners


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