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Join host and a First Things First Champion for Young Children recipient, Marissa Calderón as she captures the journey of educators and advocates alike by highlighting their work through interviews and candid conversations, including best practices in the early education field. A practical listen and brain nugget for the early education practitioner, child advocate, parent and community alike. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This show explores how we can prepare the next generation for informed civic engagement, environmental stewardship, and the development of a more just and peaceful world. Host Brett Levy is a researcher of civic and environmental education and an associate professor at the University at Albany, State University of New York. Episodes feature interviews with leaders, innovators, and scholars in civic and environmental education. You’ll hear about new classroom-based and online practices that g ...
 
Far too much of language teaching literature is, to quote Stephen Krashen, “Far too long, far too incomprehensible and far too full of jargon,” not to mention far too expensive. The TEFL Training Institute podcast is short, easy to understand and free. In each 15-minute episode, we discuss practical, thought-provoking or controversial topics with our friends, and some of the biggest names in language teaching. From motivation to materials, training to teenagers, approaches to assessment, if ...
 
Fossil fuels, intensive farming, deforestation, waste disposal, overconsumption, pollution, the 6th mass extinction, climate change is all on everyone’s mind. But what can we do? How do we make a difference? What do we have to change now? The How to Be Good podcast asks these questions. Join Gareth and Anca as we speak to specialists, scientists, activists, providers and more, and ask what we can do in our everyday lives to make a difference and debunk many of the myths and misinformation.
 
Attentive Teaching is an education nonprofit that aims to help teachers create peaceful and safe classrooms by recognizing and addressing trauma and stress-related issues through mindfulness and self-regulating techniques. The Attentive Teaching podcast is here to help listeners improve themselves and their classroom. Join educator Cindy Schwartz each Monday to explore mindful teaching strategies and hear from educators, mental health and mind-body professionals, parents and students. Attent ...
 
This is a podcast designed for conversations, issues, and challenges relating to active learning in higher education. We will also be bringing in special guests to talk about who's who in active learning! For more information, hit me up @Situationalist on Twitter! Also ask me about my latest experiences at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical experience implementing active learning, blended learning, and open educational resources.
 
Often researchers and academics ‘get lost in citations’ –– we forget there’s a real person/voice behind the writing. In each episode, we focus on a publication that has caught the host’s eye. We’ll learn more about the writer and gain insights on researching and writing better academic papers. Rotating podcasts by Jonathan Shachter, Chris Haswell, and contributing interviewers. lostincitations@gmail.com
 
In this podcast we introduce you to thought leaders who are shaping the lives of the next generation, to discuss the challenges and innovations shaping higher education and how it can adapt to give students a strong foundation for their futures. Through in-depth conversations with leading voices in education, we discover what it takes to give students the tools they need to excel and succeed in order to rebuild the American Dream.
 
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Exchange Article Link: https://bit.ly/260-Gull-Rosengarten-Goldstein Loose Parts Learning in K-3 Classrooms https://amzn.to/2UoE2ws Loose Parts Play Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/LoosePartsPlay/ Loose Parts Play Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LoosePartsPlay/ Inside Outside Michiana Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/…
 
In this episode we speak to Dr Michael Greger about his books, living healthy lives, pandemics and the importance of preventive medicine. Dr Michael Greger M.D. FACLM is a physician, New York Times bestselling author, and internationally recognized professional speaker on a number of important public health issues. Dr. Greger has lectured at the Co…
 
A lot of us dread it. What if there was another way of managers helping teachers to improving their teaching without ever needing to sit in the classroom, an approach that means observing teachers actually makes if for supervisors to do their jobs? Mario Rinvolucri tells us more… For more podcasts, videos and blogs, visit our website Support the po…
 
In this episode we speak to Duncan Ward founder and CEO of Classroom of Hope and Markus Silverberg founder of Block Solutions Classroom of Hope is a non-profit organisation providing access to quality education in developing countries, they partner with local NGO’s to implement their school building programs. They rightly believe that every child d…
 
Jonathan interviews Dr. Todd Allen - Associate professor at Kansai University. Read the paper here: Academia.edu Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.comBy lostincitations@gmail.com
 
This episode is Part 2 of Brett's conversation with John Silva and Miriam Romais of the News Literacy Project. In this segment of their discussion, they talk about how misinformation spreads and how certain media literacy practices can help combat it. They also discuss the News Literacy Project’s free programs for teachers, plans for the future, an…
 
I talk with Kirsten Campbell about app-based learning for adults. We discuss best practices in app design, the forgetting curve, how much vocabulary students can learn at once and how some of these principles can be used by classroom teachers. Inside Online Language Teaching: Conversations About the Future That Became the Present Support the podcas…
 
We were lucky enough to have a lot of Louie’s time and we decided to split the interview in two parts. If this is the first time on our page, please go to episode 24 and listen to the first part and the incredible work that Louie and OPS are doing. A little info about Louie and the Oceanic Preservation Society: Louie Psihoyos is an Academy Award-wi…
 
Share Tree Climbing Toolkit Risk benefit Consider your risk tolerance What to Say Instead of Be Careful July/Aug 2021 Commonly Asked Tree Climbing Questions in Exchange Animal architects—build like the animals—podcast episode Loose Parts Learning in K-3 Classrooms https://amzn.to/2UoE2ws Loose Parts Play Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Loos…
 
We speak with Edmund Dudley, John Hughes, Matt Courtois, Brian Tomlinson, Ben Beaumont, Dave Weller, Wendy Arnold, Debbie Hepplewhite, Ray Davila and Diederik Van Gorp and ask them all the same question: “What’s your favorite language teaching activity?” For more podcasts, videos and blogs, visit our website Support the podcast – buy us a coffee! D…
 
Derek and Kyleen, our Director of Digital Signage discuss the advantage of having digital signage in schools and the common uses for the K12 environment. Tune in to learn about unique ways you can use digital signage to enhance communication and learning throughout your district! Digital Signage Solutions Digital Signage K12 Case Study…
 
This week we have a special guest: Louie Psihoyos is an Academy Award-winning filmmaker and Executive Director of the Oceanic Preservation Society (OPS). He is recognized as one of the top still photographers in the world, having created iconic images for National Geographic for 18 years, and hundreds of covers for other magazines. Believing that f…
 
Dave Weller joins me to discuss making the best use of interaction patterns. We look at how shifting interaction patterns can create room for creativity, which students to pair with which and how many students should we put in a group. Essential Classroom Management Inside Online Language Teaching: Conversations About the Future That Became the Pre…
 
How can we help young people navigate our complex media landscape? The News Literacy Project (NLP) has been helping youth, educators, and the public become critical consumers of news and information for over a decade. In this episode, Brett talks to John Silva, NLP's director of education and training and Miriam Romais, NLP's senior manager of educ…
 
In this episode, we speak to Birguy Lamizana about the Great Green Wall project. The Great Green Wall is one of the most inspirational and urgent movements of our times. This African-led initiative aims to grow an 8000km new world wonder across the entire width of the Continent to transform the lives of millions living on the frontline of climate c…
 
Chris interviews Dr. James D’Angelo from Chukyo University’s School of Global Studies. Academia.edu The Widdowson presentation referenced in the interview can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvaM2ddMZ9o Contacts: haswell247@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.comBy lostincitations@gmail.com
 
Peter Sommerville and I discuss the online teaching quality: a strange mix of data and student satisfaction that determines how many classes online teachers get and even how much they are paid. Inside Online Language Teaching: Conversations About the Future That Became the Present Get 10% off a 120 TESOL course with Train the Teacher. Use this link…
 
Loose Parts Learning in K-3 Classrooms https://amzn.to/2UoE2ws Definitions of Loose Parts in Early Childhood Outdoor Classrooms: A Scoping Review https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1225658.pdf Nurture in Nature https://nurtureinnature.com.au/ Nicholson’s Theory of Loose Parts https://media.kaboom.org/docs/documents/pdf/ip/Imagination-Playground-T…
 
This week, Dr. Robert S. Murphy (Citation 40 , Citation 63) joins us as a contributing interviewer! His guest is Dr. Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa, Professor at Harvard University. If you are interested in being a contributing interviewer, please email us (LostInCitations@gmail.com) or visit the website for more details: Guide For Contributors Books: 1.…
 
When teaching controversial issues, should teachers play it safe or take some risks? How much risk is too much? How do political and historical contexts affect how educators explore controversial issues in their classrooms? Should students be expected to share their perspectives on controversial issues? In Part 2 of Brett's interview with Judy Pace…
 
This week we look at coaching. Coaching is a common management and educational tool, but what exactly is coaching? Niamh Ryan joins me to talk about what coaches do and don’t do, the benefits of coaching, what questions can you ask during a coaching session and in what situations should we avoid coaching? For more podcasts, videos and blogs, visit …
 
This week we had the delight to talk to Serge Dedina co-founder and executive director of WildCoast and Matt Costa from SCRIPPS Institution of Oceanography. Serge’s many achievements include: Helping stop efforts to build large-scale tourist resorts and marinas in national parks and protected areas Launching the wildly successful “don’t eat sea tur…
 
Chris interviews Dr. Robert S. Murphy - Associate Professor at the University of Kityakyushu. ResearchGate Contacts: haswell247@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.com **Scheduling note** look for Dr. Murphy's contributing interview with Dr. Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa (Professor at Harvard University) next week!…
 
Thom Kiddle from NILE joins me to talk about physical learning environments and the impact they can have on learning. As teachers, we spend so much time thinking about learning activities, materials and methods, but what if our students aren’t learning because they aren’t getting enough light or oxygen? Inside Online Language Teaching: Conversation…
 
How do teacher educators prepare their students to teach controversial issues in social studies, citizenship, and history? How does this process differ across countries with polarized political climates? What is "contained risk-taking," and why do teacher educators teach this approach? Judy Pace, professor of teacher education at the University of …
 
Jonathan interviews Professor Phil Benson - Professor of Applied Linguistics and Director of the Multilingualism Research Centre at Macquarie University. Language Learning Environments: Spatial Perspectives on SLA Use the code LLEBEN50 at the checkout to get 50% off the list price. Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.com…
 
10 Amazing Animal Architects: https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/animals/g518/8-amazing-architects-of-the-animal-kingdom/slide-4 Types of Bird Nests: http://people.eku.edu/ritchisong/birdnests.html Animal Architects Podcast Episode: https://loosepartsnatureplay.libsyn.com/animal-architects Loose Parts Play Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.…
 
Michael Epstein joins me to discuss motivating students online. How can teachers create a group dynamic in online classes? How can only classes reduce learner anxiety? And how can teachers form better relationships with their students online? Check out my book: Inside Online Language Teaching For a free standard account at ClassIn, click here…
 
In this episode, we interview each other about what we have learned from our amazing guests, their effects on us, and how it has changed our lives. All the people we would like to thank that have helped us on this journey and continue to do so: Erin Rhodes Adam Brancher Oliver Grimaldi Noah Godfrey Tamara Mumcuoglu John Grimes Lindsay Lorusso Emma …
 
Nouman Kante is student body president at Southern Utah University. He was elected into this role in March last year, and is currently in his second term. A business student, he completed his undergraduate degree in business and is now pursuing his MBA. His role is to act as a bridge between students and the administration, by representing the inte…
 
Chris interviews Roger Grabowski (Lakeland International College) about the upcoming Conference on Global Higher Education. Also included are previous podcast interviewees introducing their presentations to be given at the conference. The Seventh Conference on Global Higher Education is free to attend online. More information and the schedule can b…
 
Inside Online Language Teaching: Conversations About the Future That Became the Present Get 10% off online teacher development courses at NILE. Use this link and the discount code: tefltraininginstitute10 Support the podcast by buying us a coffee For more podcasts, videos and blogs, visit our website: www.TEFLtraininginstitute.com Sign up for our m…
 
Dr Shahir Masri is an assistant specialist in air pollution exposure assessment and epidemiology at the University of California, Irvine where he works on air pollution exposure modelling as well as climate change communication research. He is also an adjunct faculty member at the Schmid College of Science and Technology at Chapman University where…
 
Jonathan interviews Lisa Hunsberger - Lecturer of English at Kyushu Sangyo University. Click here to read the article: CNC 2019 Check out Lisa's Facebook page: YaadPikni And check out her website: www.yaadpikni.com Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.comBy lostincitations@gmail.com
 
Ephraim Kum is student body president at University of Utah. Working on a major in political science, he was elected into the role earlier this year. A US immigrant who left Ghana aged one, he is the third Black student body president, and the first Ghanian-born president in the University’s history. His student voice work centers around affordabil…
 
Author Russ Mayne joins me to discuss evidence-based teaching. How can teachers find research to help them teach more effectively? Inside Online Language Teaching: Conversations About the Future That Became the Present Support the podcast by buying us a coffee Visit our website: www.TEFLtraininginstitute.com Get 10% off a 120 TESOL course with Trai…
 
In this episode, we talk to Andy Straisfeld, Chief Strategist for LifeCycle Revive. Located in Brantford, Ontario, LifeCycle Revive is Canada's first polypropylene Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) waste recycler, diverting tons of medical waste from landfills. A fantastic start-up idea that has received Canadian Government funding to scale. Some…
 
Young learner expert Annamaria Pinter of the University of Warwick joins me to discuss teaching vocabulary to children. What activities work best with young children? Which words should teachers teach first? And how should we present language to very young learners? Get 10% off all purchases from StudyCat. Use the discount code: Ross Inside Online …
 
Dr Beth Akers is an academic, author and economist. Currently a resident at the American Enterprise Institute, she was formerly a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and staff economist with the ‘Council of Economic Advisors’ under President George W. Bush. Also a writer, she co-authored ‘Game of Loans: The Rhetoric and Reality of Student Debt…
 
Jonathan interviews Michael Berg - EdD candidate at the University of Liverpool and an instructor at a variety of universities in Northern Kyushu, Japan. Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.comBy lostincitations@gmail.com
 
This week I’m joined by Jeremy Harmer, writer, presenter, teacher and trainer. Jeremy and I discuss feedback and error correction. Why is correction so important? How much correction do learners want? What’s the best way to give it to them? Inside Online Language Teaching: Conversations About the Future That Became the Present Get 10% off a 120 TES…
 
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