Teaching with Radio Ambulante

A project to connect a growing community of teachers who use or want to start including our episodes in their curriculum.

Introduction

This project brings together a growing community of teachers who use or want to start including our episodes in their curriculum. Our goal is to create a safe space where educators can problem-solve together and share insights and resources freely.

Through group calls, a closed Facebook group, our monthly newsletter and featured stories that highlight best teaching practices, we hope to grow, connect and support the diverse educational community in Radio Ambulante.

Teach with Podcasts

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Lupa for schools

Invite your students to a Lupa Classroom and assign them specific stories for self-study at home. The ear training the Lupa app provides coupled with Radio Ambulante’s topical stories will set the stage for engaging and helpful class discussions.

Online Community

Our closed Facebook Group is a safe space to share resources, ask questions about using podcasts in the classroom, and connect with a growing community of educators who are already using Radio Ambulante in the classroom. Want to join?

Subscribe to our newsletter

Subscribe below if you want to receive our monthly newsletters with teaching resources and case studies of teachers who have successfully used Radio Ambulante in their classes.

You can check out earlier editions of our newsletter right here: