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Teaching strategies, classroom management, education reform, educational technology -- if it has something to do with teaching, we're talking about it. Jennifer Gonzalez interviews educators, students, administrators and parents about the psychological and social dynamics of school, trade secrets, and other juicy things you'll never learn in a textbook. For more fantastic resources for teachers, visit http://www.cultofpedagogy.com.
 
A podcast by Kelly Paredes and Sean Tibor about their adventures teaching middle school computer science, problem-solving, handling failure, frustration, and victory through the lens of the Python programming language. Kelly Paredes has taught all over the world and specializes in curriculum design and development. She currently teaches sixth and seventh-grade computer science at Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This is her third year using Python. Sean Tibor has worked in mark ...
 
The #EduDuctTape Podcast, hosted by Jake Miller, focuses on viewing #edtech as a tool used to meet goals, address learning standards and solve problems in the classroom, much as duct tape is used as a tool that solves a plethora of problems in our lives. In each episode, Jake sits down with a different inspiring guest to share and discuss some awesome ideas for using tech in the classroom! Join us for Educational Duct Tape, every other week on Wednesday!
 
Pedagogy Matters is a podcast series from College Development Network (CDN), hosted by Jonny Rees. The episodes shine a light on pedagogy, breaking down the key aspects and how these can be realised in current practice, whether that be online delivery, face-to-face delivery, or a mixture of both. A conversational format with professionals from the FE sector across the UK, sharing their views, experiences and insights across different elements of pedagogy, what it means to them and how they c ...
 
This is KindSight 101, the podcast where you’ll hear from world renowned educational leaders about the mobilizing power of kindness. Together, by challenging our assumptions and venturing beyond the status quo in education, we can make a BIG impact...one small act at a time.
 
Explore human anatomy and physiology (A&P) teaching and learning with host Kevin Patton. An experienced professor, textbook author, and mentor, Kevin is a recognized leader in A&P teaching. The A&P Professor updates science content and provides practical teaching advice. Want some ideas to supercharge your A&P course? How about some support from a fellow A&P professor? This is the podcast for you!
 
On this podcast, we interview voice and bodywork professionals to provide helpful information for overall health and optimal function of the voice. We interview SLPs, Otolaryngologists, Manual Therapists, Body Oriented Psychotherapists, Health Coaches, Fitness Instructors, Broadway Performers, Opera singers, Singer/Songwriters, Voice Teachers, Composers, Company Managers, Sports Broadcasters, and more. It is our mission to educate the professional voice user and provide knowledgable, creativ ...
 
Edu with you is a platform for teachers, by teachers. As the name implies, I teach alongside you..in the best profession in the world. Teachers are real life heroes and real life rock stars. Our mission and platform is designed to bring authentic and casual conversations to teachers supporters everywhere. With listeners around the world, Edu with you is the podcast that covers educator stories, classroom pedagogy, relevant content, and so much more. Join our social media to join the communit ...
 
The original PsychSessions podcast is co-hosted by Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College and Eric Landrum from Boise State University. We leverage our connections with psychology teachers from all levels (high school, community college, college, university) as well as individuals from other occupations to have meaningful conversations about what it means to be an educator. Of course, we veer away from the teaching conversation from time to time to hear about origin stories and the personal per ...
 
The Teach Middle East Podcast connects, develops, and empowers educators. It provides educators in the Middle East and beyond a platform on which to share their stories, current research-based practices and proven classroom strategies. The Teach Middle East Podcast is brought to you by Moftah publishing, the publishers of Teach Middle East Magazine. Teach Middle East Magazine, is the premier magazine for education in the Middle East and beyond.
 
This podcast is designed to engage our listeners with provocative thought and dialogue surrounding the topics of equity in education and more specifically culturally responsive teaching. The intention is to not simply tickle your ears with engaging information, but to challenge you to align your talk with your walk, move your passion and purpose into action, and to constantly engage in self-reflective activity that will not only propel you forward in your personal and professional life, but ...
 
The latest from the HxA podcast features the best of Heterodox Academy's panels and conversations. Earlier episodes of the HxA podcast are part of the series "Half Hour of Heterodoxy," hosted by social psychologist and co-founder of HxA, Chris Martin. Martin talks civility, polarization, truth, ideology, and pedagogy with Jon Haidt, John McWhorter, Alice Dreger, Glenn Loury, Cristine Legare, and other fascinating guests. You can find all of our recorded panels, conversations, and interviews ...
 
Education Bookcast is a podcast principally for teachers and parents who would like to know more about education. We cover one education-related book or article each episode, going over the key points, placing it in context, and making connections with other ideas, topics, and authors. Topics include psychology, philosophy, history, and economics of education; pedagogy and teaching methods; neurology and cognitive science; and schools and school systems in historical and international perspe ...
 
This is the audio-only version of Soundwriting Pedagogies, edited by Courtney S. Danforth, Kyle D. Stedman, & Michael J. Faris. The availability of digital tools has made it easier than ever to record and edit sound, and teachers of composition have noticed. In the audio-only versions of chapters that follow, you will find theories, examples, and lots of audio to encourage the use and value of soundwriting in composition, writing, rhetoric, and communications classrooms. Crank it up. The ful ...
 
Rhetoricity is a quasi-academic podcast that draws on rhetoric, theory, weird sound effects, and the insights of a lot of other people. It's something that's a little strange and, with luck, a little interesting. The podcast's description will evolve along with it. So far, most episodes feature interviews with rhetoric and writing scholars. The podcast is a project of Eric Detweiler, an assistant professor in the Department of English at Middle Tennessee State University. For more on Rhetori ...
 
Poorly designed math curriculum often confuses students and frustrates teachers. The Estimation 180 podcast discusses teaching strategies and math lessons that build number sense and mathematical reasoning. Join your host, Andrew Stadel, on this number sense journey as he shares teacher tips and strategies so every student can make sense of math.
 
Creative Strings is for musicians and music-lovers, especially violin, viola, and cello players, looking to live creatively, whether in your musical education, projects, music career, in the practice room, classroom, onstage, or on tour. Each interview is edited carefully and mixed with a blend of musical clips from the Creative Strings community curated by jazz violinist Christian Howes. . Creative Strings is a non-profit organization with a mission to support music education through outrea ...
 
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When we include students in the process of defining quality work, they are more likely to rise to those standards. In this episode, educator Starr Sackstein explains how she co-constructs success criteria with her students. ------------------- Thanks to Hāpara and TGR EDU: Explore for sponsoring this episode! ------------------- Looking for high-im…
 
Join us for a conversation with Sean Nash, a visual artist and food fermentation experimentalist, and Stephanie Maroney, a feminist science and food studies scholar, as they discuss “Microbial Teachers and Fermentive Pedagogies.”Sean Nash is a visual artist and food fermentation experimentalist. His multidisciplinary work integrates fermented foods…
 
In this episode, we speak to Dr. Edward Hall, Senior Lecturer in Sports Coaching at Northumbria University. Ed shares some of the outcomes from his extensive work in coach education, elements of which are transferrable to teaching practice. Key bits of nourishment focus on principles that underpin effective reflections, approaching meetings/relatio…
 
Attention, class! This is the episode all of you superbly studious witches have been waiting for! We draw upon our own expertise as longtime students and educators to discuss the, frankly, wild and unpredictable pedagogical approaches of Hogwarts faculty. Have any Hogwarts faculty managed to create affirming and generative learning environments, ev…
 
Show Notes also available at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-bonus-004 In January 2021, I had the opportunity to be on one of my favorite sources of educational technology learning: Kimberly Mattina's YouTube Live + Podcast, The Suite Talk. In this appearance, I share some of my favorite ways to kick off my class periods with smiles and laughs. I focus …
 
In this episode, Sean and Kelly discuss their top 5 favorite Python libraries, and how they use these libraries in the classroom to reinforce student learning. From the standard library to teaching how to use pip, learn more about our favorite libraries to share with our students. Our lists: Sean Datetime random Matplotlib bullet Kelly Pillow Math …
 
Nancy Martinsen of Cornell’s Asian and Asian American Center describes the joys and challenges of being an international student in the United States, and what we can do to support these students. #matapang A3C website Including International Students in Online Teaching @cornella3c @isu.cornellBy Language Resource Center, Cornell University
 
Witches, meet us at the edge of the Forbidden Forest. We're returning to the rich territory of animal studies to understand the limitations of human vs. animal hierarchies. We'll spend some time with marginal figures in the wizarding world who cross the human/animal divide, challenge social and political norms, and invite us into new ways of being.…
 
In this episode Eric interviews Doug Woody from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, CO. Doug's dual interest in psychology and philosophy is just the tip of the iceberg regarding his many interests and interesting experiences he shares from childhood through the present day. He has a unique ability to passionately and persuasively conne…
 
Erik presents an encore performance of From Stillness (2021) for solo saxophone by Gregory Youtz, premiered last weekend at the NASA Region 1 Conference. Hear the piece again at Erik's PLU faculty recital this Sunday, April 18 at 3 p.m. PDT. Livestream link. Get in touch at lttcapshow@gmail.com or eriksteighner.com…
 
🎙Your lesson, should you choose to accept it, is to support neurodiverse learners👦🏽👩🏾‍🦱👱🏼‍♀️ by better understanding how their brains work 🧠. The special agent🕵️‍♂️ assigned to help you with this task is Michael Weingarth of Connecticut. In our conversation we discuss: 1️⃣ Why we need to assume all learners have undiagnosed learning differences and…
 
In Part 2 of The Visceral Voice's "Consider Your SELF" series, Christine and Kimberly have a conversation with their guest Dr. Jada Philips. "Hi there, I'm Jada, Dr. Jada Philips! I love food, time with family and friends, experiencing new things, and laughing. I am always smiling! I am a mother, wife, veteran, psychologist, and entrepreneur. Right…
 
Welcome back to Edu with you Teacher Podcast Episode #26 with Educator and Innovator, Mr. Ascencion Reyes. Mr. Reyes teaches a middles school STEM/Technology elective and has an extensive career history. Our conversation spans topics such as Mr. Reyes' role as a founding member of IVCUE, his recent role as president, and his desire to start a local…
 
This episode features guest interviewer Derek G. Handley speaking with Dr. April Baker-Bell. They discuss Dr. Baker-Bell's book Linguistic Justice: Black Language, Literacy, Identity, and Pedagogy as well as her work on such projects as the Black Language Syllabus and "This Ain't Another Statement! This is a DEMAND for Black Linguistic Justice!" Dr…
 
Transcripts can be found via our website, humanrestorationproject.org. In today's conversation, we are joined by Alex Venet. Alex teaches undergraduate students at the Community College of Vermont, graduate classes at Castleton Center for Schools and Antioch University New England, creates PD, is a community facilitator for Edutopia, co-organizes E…
 
In this episode of the Teach Middle East Podcast, we are talking about talk with Sarah Lambert from Dubai College. We are discussing oracy in the classroom. Communicating lies at the centre of what takes place in the classroom. Oracy is not just talking, it requires that teachers and students think carefully about the spoken language they are using…
 
Jay Buchanan, Holly Gabelmann, Caroline Giddis, and Clarissa Chevalier: "Collaboration, finding purpose, occupying intermediate space and making noise together!"In this conversation, Jay Buchanan and Holly Gabelmann, co-creators of Idiosynchrony, talk to Caroline Giddis and Clarissa Chevalier, founders and co-editors of Tesserae Press. They discuss…
 
The saga continues with Part 4! Sarah and Dr. P are joined by #VocalFam Ian Howell and Yvonne Redman to discuss the performing artist turned voice teacher. Both of these incredible colleagues had significant performing careers and have also both become important voices in the voice pedagogy and teaching community. We get to hear about their path of…
 
EdTech and Curriculum Consultant and Easy EdTech Podcast host Dr. Monica Burns joins me to identify ways that we can hear from ALL of our students. Her suggestion? Select tools that can give our learners choice and agency in how we hear from them! Tune in to hear what tools she suggests! Show notes also available at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episo…
 
This episode features an interview with John R. Gallagher conducted by guest interviewer Sarah Riddick. The interview focuses on Gallagher's 2020 book Update Culture and the Afterlife of Digital Writing. Gallagher and Riddick discuss the labor and upkeep involved in the digital writing practices of journalists, Amazon reviewers, and redditors, the …
 
In this AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne talks with Jennifer Grewe and Crissa Levin from Utah State University. They co-direct a laboratory that has always been remote only in order to increase access to research experiences for students taking primarily online courses or with life constraints that prevent on-campus experiences. Opt-in at bit.ly/…
 
Robby explains how he uses Noteflight, Soundtrap, and Flipgrid to create engaging, asynchronous, assignments for students in his performing ensembles. Show Notes Develop Performance Skills Remotely with Cloud Software - Video and Blog Post TMEA Session Notes Noteflight Soundtrap Flipgrid Scanner Pro Scanbot Sheet Music Scanner App METT Episode 28 -…
 
Episode 90 of The A&P Professor podcast is a thematic smörgåsbord, full of tasty tidbits to share with students and colleagues. Host Kevin Patton talks about dealing with resistance when we try to take bold steps in teaching. Is note taking better with a paper or an electronic device? The effects of diluting blood plasma on aging (don't try this at…
 
Phillip Tetlock is an expert on expertise, but of a different kind to the late K. Anders Ericsson. While Ericsson's work focused on experts within "kind" domains (as defined by Range author David Epstein) such as music and chess, where feedback is near-immediate and clear and the rules are known to all and stated at the outset, Tetlock is intereste…
 
Welcome back to Edu with you teacher podcast! Our guest for episode #25 is Courtney "SuNWhoa Love" Linsey aka Professor Whoa. Professor Whoa has extensive background in education as a teacher, Freedom Schools Educator, Ella Baker Trainer, Kinder tutor, Site Coordinator, and more. He truly believes that "active engagement is a major catalyst for stu…
 
In Part 1 of The Visceral Voice's "Consider Your SELF" series, Christine and Kimberly have a conversation with their guest John Sovec. With more than 15 years experience as a speaker, motivator, author, therapist, and coach John Sovec, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFT) brings not only his clinical expertise but also a unique flair to each…
 
Our spring series, Now You're a Voice Teacher continues with Part 3, "The Independent Studio Teacher." Y'all! If you are an indie teacher, or even if you have other employment but teach privately, THIS IS THE EPISODE FOR YOU! Studio owners Rebecca Pieper and Leigh Usilton both join VocalFri for the first time and bring an incredible array of wisdom…
 
“The message that Black America cannot succeed significantly…until there is a vast overturning...of the very psychological nature of being an American person...then to be a Black American person is to be circumscribed by racism…” In February, John McWhorter joined HxA for a conversation with Amna Khalid about viewpoint diversity among Black intelle…
 
That's right: we're digging deep into assessments using rubrics. We know what you're thinking, rubrics are BORING and teacher-y. But rubrics are POWERFUL for learning and you can use them outside of the classroom too! According to ASCD “The word rubric comes from the Latin word for red. The online Merriam-Webster dictionary lists the first meaning …
 
In this episode Eric interviews Scott VanderStoep from Hope College in Holland, MI. Scott serves as the Dean of the Social Sciences Division at Hope, where he has worked since 1999 (and his alma mater). His background includes experience in radio and TV, playing basketball and fast-pitch softball, and refereeing. Scott and Eric pinpoint where they …
 
Greetings, Witches! As always, we're eternally grateful for the time you spend listening with us. In this episode, we're unpacking the mechanics of time and time-travel as they play out in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. We identify the connections between western time-travel narratives and the industrial revolution and the infinitely ins…
 
This month we welcome Prof. Felicia Rose Chavez, award-winning educator and author of The Anti-Racist Writing Workshop: How to Decolonize the Creative Classroom. We dig into the history of writing programs, a vision of decolonized writing classrooms, intersections of activism and teaching, specific pedagogical strategies, and more. https://nothingn…
 
🎙 Your lesson, should you choose to accept it, is to incorporate virtual reality👾 into your classroom👨🏻‍🏫🧑🏽‍🏫 to enhance student learning🎓. The special agent🕵️‍♂️ assigned to help you with this task is Craig Frehlich of the Canadian International School in Singapore. In our conversation we discuss: 1️⃣ Why VR is a great choice for enriching the cur…
 
Jaron Lanier is a Silicon Valley veteran and a pioneer of virtual reality technology. In Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now, as you might expect, he outlines his dissatisfaction with the status quo of the Internet. He admits that his generation of Silicon Valley engineers and entrepreneurs made a grave error in the earl…
 
Transcripts can be found via our website, humanrestorationproject.org. In today's conversation, we are joined by Dr. Ilana Horn. Dr. Horn is a professor of mathematics education at Vanderbilt University's Peabody College, who focuses on serving disenfranchised youth through authentic mathematics. She leads the Teacher Learning Laboratory, which foc…
 
Author Sandy Goldie is the director of music education at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Before moving to Richmond, Dr. Goldie taught string music education courses at the University of Florida, where she completed her Ph.D. and was awarded the David Wilmot Prize for Excellence in Music Education. She received her master’s …
 
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