This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Jul 22, 2015These 11 Podcasts Will Help You Become A Better TeacherSomething to hold you over while Serial is on hiatus.by USCTeacherCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Talks with Teachers Talks with Teachers / Via talkswithteachers.com Created by high school English teacher Brian Sztabnik, Talks with Teachers finds and shares the best ideas from real teachers, for real teachers. There have been 70 episodes so far featuring practical advice for teaching in the trenches. New episodes are uploaded weekly through March 2015. 2. The Math Dude: Quick and Dirty Tips To Make Math Easier The Math Dude / Via quickanddirtytips.com Dr. Jason Marshall’s podcast makes understanding math easier and more fun than you thought possible! He provides clear explanations of math terms and principles; his simple tricks for solving basic algebra problems will have even the most math-phobic person looking forward to the next problem. His podcast is especially useful if you’re getting ready to take the SAT, GRE or other high-stakes tests. New episodes are uploaded weekly. 3. Teachers Aid with Rae Pica BAM! Radio / Via bamradionetwork.com Rae Pica hosts this BAM! Radio podcast in which she interviews teachers and thinkers about up-to-date ideas on classroom issues, including dealing with parents, technology, strategies for the new school year and more. Episodes uploaded weekly through the end of 2014. 4. Moving at the Speed of Creativity Moving at the Speed of Creativity / Via speedofcreativity.org Oklahoma teacher Wesley Fryer speaks about using technology in the classroom. Topics include effective use of iPads with students, as well as 21st-century literacy, blended learning and leadership. The podcast is updated consistently, but there is no concrete schedule. 5. Every Classroom Matters Vicki Davis / Via coolcatteacher.com Host and teacher leader Vicki Davis presents short, inspirational podcasts every week in which she highlights people in all aspects of the education community. Her interviews with teachers are presented in a positive light and focus on those who are doing interesting or innovative things in the classroom. 6. The Daily Boost Motivation to Move / Via motivationtomove.com Start each morning with 10 minutes of positive energy from Scott Smith and Motivation To Move. This daily podcast focuses on personal success and tackles topics such as goal setting, understanding your values and interpersonal relationships. 7. Teach Happy Podcast Sheila Jane / Via sheilajaneteaching.com Hosted by Sheila Jane, the Teach Happy podcast is all about how to reduce your stress as a teacher. From interviews with educators to guided mediation, this podcast offers a positive outlook on how to do better — and feel better — in your job. New episodes are uploaded monthly. 8. Inside the Mind of Teens and Tweens bamradionetwork.com / Via BAM! Radio This BAM! Radio program is for anyone who is baffled when trying to raise, teach, reach or coach young students (and/or children). Dr. Regina Lamourrelle and guests bring you the latest insights in neuroscience as they relate to adolescence, such as coping skills and sarcasm. New episodes are uploaded periodically. 9. Shrink Rap Radio Shrink Rap Radio / Via shrinkrapradio.com With the headline “All the psychology you need to know and just enough to make you dangerous,” this podcast by Dr. David Nuys has more than 500 episodes on every topic you can imagine, including interviews with feature authors and guest therapists. New episodes are uploaded weekly. 10. Good Job, Brain! Good Job, Brain! / Via goodjobbrain.com Karen, Colin, Dana and Brian present this weekly trivia and offbeat news show. Fans of NPR’s Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! will enjoy this less mainstream podcast. Unique fact lovers will find a home here, and you can even check out their Brainiacs Book Club. Episodes are uploaded most Fridays. 11. Geek Girl Crafts Podcast Geek Girl Crafts Podcast / Via Facebook: Geek-Girl-Crafts-Podcast Like making science fiction costumes? How about spinning your own fibers? There’s a whole world of creativity out there that Geek Girls can share with you to create balance in your busy life. Three creative women put together this twice-a-month project featuring the broadest possible definition of crafting.