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About the TeacherCast Podcasting Network

TeacherCast is a collection of educational resources under the guidance of Jeff Bradbury. As an orchestra director and teacher of North Brunswick, Jeff created TeacherCast.net to help the educators of his school district navigate the sea of technology.  Jeff facilitates a variety of discussions among educators, administrators, and assorted guests to formulate a path for education in the 21st century.

The TeacherCast PodcastTeachercast App Spotlight, and TeacherCast University Podcast, are three globally recognized podcasts which highlight the offerings of app developers, personal educational insight and helpful hints for students and educators.  These discussions are all available on four separate podcast feeds in iTunes.

TeacherCast.net is a dynamic Educational Media Network offering great opportunities for educators, app developers and businesses to work together to improve the quality of education for students.

TeacherCast offers educators several great avenues for professional development:

 

Who is Jeff Bradbury?

Jeffrey Bradbury teaches in the North Brunswick Twp School District. He teaches Music Theory, Music History and has a wonderful high school orchestra that he is very proud of. He is also the creator of TeacherCast.net where he writes blogs, creates Audio Podcasts, reviews apps, and provides Screencasts to help teachers learn how to use todays technologies.  Jeff earned his Bachelors and Masters Degree from West Chester University in Pennsylvania.  In his free time, Jeff enjoys teaching, playing violin, conducting, web design, and podcasting. You can find him on his website www.TeacherCast.net where he writes blogs, creates Audio Podcasts, reviews apps, and provides Screencasts to help teachers learn how to use todays technologies. @TeacherCast.  @JeffBradbury

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