Here are a few to check out:

Voice of Literacy                                                                   

“Voice of Ldrelizabethbaker_voiceofliteracyiteracy” began in 2008 as a project by Dr. Betsy Baker of the University of Missouri. As an associate professor of literacy, it’s Baker’s goal to make researchers and their findings more accessible to parents and those interested in literacy education. Thebi-monthly podcast is currently hosted by Dr. Candace Kuby and Dr. Sarah Vander Zanden. New episodes are posted during the school year, September-April.

The Dyslexia Quest Podcast                                       

Elisheva Scdyslexiaquesthwarz is a native New Yorker who struggled with dyslexia in school and now seeks to uplift and celebrate the creativity and capacity for out-of-the-box thinking dyslexics can tap into. Frustrated with traditional schooling, Schwarz is a twenty-something mother and podcaster who embraces the interdisciplinary nature of the internet and features a wide range of experts and fellow dyslexics on her monthly podcast.

Reading Rockets                                         

Foundedreadingrockets in 2001, Reading Rockets is a national, multimedia literacy initiative created by WETA, Washington D.C.’s public television affiliate. The site offers archived podcasts of two series: “Meet the Author,” interviews with children’s book authors and “Meet the Experts,” featuring leading literacy experts including Maryanne Wolf and Louisa Moats.

Conversation Currents                                    

Created by the National Council of Teachers of English, “Conversation Currents” features interviews with language arts NCTEeducators, discussing current research and classroom practice. Subjects include: technology in language arts instruction, writing as a mode of thinking and teacher performance assessments in the classroom.

Dyslexia International’s Podcast                


Dyslexia International is a non-profit group that works with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization—UNESCO. The podcast features talks with experts from the US and around the world on various subjects, including: dyslexia and foreign language acquisition, special needs teaching around the world and discussions on the neurological differences of the dyslexic brain.