While there are so many obvious ways to extend students' learning with podcasting(having children do pre-learning with PC or enriching the unit for the students that complete their assignments early or simply providing more whole class instruction that the students can listen to at home after the school day is over)imagine the possibilities for the teachers' learning and their professional development (PD)? GONE are the days of a school commiserating that they lack funding for PD! SO LONG to the frequent complaint that there is no time for PD! FAREWELL to the notion that a school must decide what the teacher should learn!With limited resources of both time and money, the Jewish educational community should embrace and promote podcasting as an efficient and effective method of learning for students AND their teachers. With a rich library of podcasts online that are available 24/7 for teachers to listen to, reflect upon and share with their colleagues, professional development can and SHOULD be something our teachers are engaging in EVERY single day. Imagine the impact of asking a department of teachers to listen to one educational podcast a week and reflect on their learning utilizing a shared teachers blogging platform? The traditional (and antiquated) professional development day can become a day that culminates many weeks of shared learning through podcasting and blogging-the opportunities are endless and exciting. As affordability and school efficiencies are making headlines,it is an auspicious time to impact the culture of teacher professional development and lead the way in WELCOMING the low cost, high return of podcasting.