Each month, we share five things we love as part of our Footnotes Newsletter. In honor of International Podcast Day taking place on September 30, we’re highlighting 5 great educational podcasts in this month’s link roundup!

1. National Writing Project (NWP) Radio

Created by the educators behind the National Writing Project, this radio show discusses a variety of topics and trends affecting the field of education, including effective classroom practices, English language arts instruction, and professional development. Many episodes feature guest appearances by current and former teachers, professors, and authors.

2. The Spark Creativity Teacher Podcast

Betsy Potash knows firsthand just how busy teachers are, which is why she made the Spark Creativity Teacher Podcast for middle and high school ELA teachers. Though the episodes are short, they’re packed with robust teaching strategies and exciting activities you can easily implement in your English language arts classroom.

3. Talks with Teachers

In the Talks with Teachers podcast, Brian Sztabnik, an English teacher from Long Island, interviews fellow educators about their experiences teaching English language arts at all levels. Insightful and inspiring, the stories shared in each episode will help you find your own purpose in the classroom.

4. The Cult of Pedagogy Podcast

With more than 150 episodes, the Cult of Pedagogy podcast is certainly a bingeworthy series for passionate teachers. Listen as Jennifer Gonzalez interviews educators, students, administrators, and parents to learn more about the intricacies of teaching in today’s environment. Many episodes cover teaching strategies, education reform, classroom management, educational technology, and online learning.

5. The House of #EdTech

Hosted by Christopher J. Nesi, the House of #EdTech podcast covers the innovative world of technology and education. In every episode, Nesi shares helpful tips for integrating the latest tools into your teaching methodology, making sure you’re kept up-to-date on all things edtech. Past episode topics include livestreaming tips and tricks, creating digital escape rooms, using augmented reality in the classroom, introducing students to podcasting, and so much more.