Listen to the Ugandan butterfly podcast and see below to check out all of the podcasts on EOL. At the bottom of the page you will find helpful resources for using podcasts in your classroom or view our podcasts organized by topic and scientific skills to quickly identify episodes to use in class.
Featured Podcasts on EOL
Explore the diversity of life—five minutes and One Species at a Time. EOL podcasts include a “Meet the Scientist” interview and extras such as educational materials, multimedia and more! The One Species at a Time podcast series is supported by the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology.
The What the Fish? biweekly podcast series from the Field Museum dives into various topics surrounding the biodiversity of fishes, including discussions on their general biology, ecology, and evolution.
What Educators Have to Say About EOL Podcasts:
I have used the podcasts with my National Ocean Sciences Bowl team members. I also refer students to them as a great resource for projects, such as "Life Form of the Day," which is a student presentation that starts each class day in biology. It is a wonderful resource. Keep up the great work."
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Additional One Species at a Time Podcast Resources
Podcast Guide for Educators
In this guide you will find an overview of the podcasts and the accompanying materials and how educators are using them in their teaching.
Podcast Categories for Educators
This chart organizes podcasts according to scientific themes and skills outlined in the K-12 National Science Education Standards from the National Academies Press, allowing you to easily select podcasts aligned with your class topics.