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Ik ben docent ICT & Onderwijs aan de Pabo van Hogeschool Utrecht. Ik focus mij op de meerwaarde van ICT in het basisonderwijs en op welke wijze leerlingen actief met ICT zouden moeten zijn. Ik houd me zoal bezig met mediawijsheid, computational thinking, 21st century skills, gamification, blended learning, web 2.0 en nog veel meer leuke technologische onderwerpen. In mijn podcast interview ik diverse personen die zich op enige wijze ook met deze onderwerpen bezig houden.
 
Join Paula Santos, a podcast addict and lover of everything arts and culture, in conversation with other museum and cultural workers, educators, artists, activists, and leaders about how we work with our communities and the public at large. She is particularly interested in how the work we do is informed by larger questions of race and inequity in society.
 
Somos Inmigrantes Podcast is a podcast in Spanish where we tell the stories of those that have had to leave everything in their home countries and start a new life in the United States. Each immigrant has a different story, and each story is impressive. Somos Inmigrantes Podcast es un podcast en español donde contamos las historias de los que han tenido que dejar todo en su país natal e iniciar una nueva vida en estados unidos. Cada inmigrante tiene una historia diferente, y cada historia es ...
 
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Joe González nos cuenta su historia. Se enfoca en como fue que creció como inmigrante recién llegado a los estados unidos. Ahora maneja una imagen en diferentes plataformas de las redes sociales y es conocido por muchas personas, especialmente por su presentación del año nuevo, pero no siempre fue así. Joe nos comparte ideas y tácticas para progres…
 
Lilia Santos, de Puebla México, inició su jornada migratoria después de un divorcio en México. Ella nos cuenta como fue pidiendo la visa de turista, que hacia cuando llego por primera vez a EEUU y que desafíos tuvo que enfrentar para llegar a tener una residencia permanente en los estados unidos. La historia se trata de separación familiar, y termi…
 
Nelson Maldonado es un maestro de Venezuela. En este episodio nos cuenta como fue empeorando la situación en su país. El ensenaba a sus alumnos sobre las razones por las que la dictadura y el gobierno no estaba bien, pero llego a tener bastantes problemas. Luego fue secuestrado y tuvo que huir de su país. El nos cuenta sobre las cosas que hace ahor…
 
Frengy Alvarado ahora es un influencer en las redes sociales y provee para su familia con ese trabajo, pero no siempre fue asi. Escucha como Frengy llegó a tener éxito como inmigrante en su negocio; nos comparte conocimiento interesante en este aspecto aparte de su historia como inmigrante. No pierdan esta historia!…
 
Conozcan la historia de Ankari Gonzalez, inmigrante de Venezuela. Nos cuenta las cosas peligrosas que ella tuvo que enfrentar en su casa, y lo que su esposo enfrentaba en su trabajo a manos de los colectivos en Venezuela. Luego nos da detalles sobre su entrada a los estados unidos, y como pudo lograr ganar su caso de asilo. Sentimos que esta histor…
 
Oriana Agostino habia llegado con visa de turista a los estados unidos, pero al intentar cambiar a una visa de estudiante, le fue muy mal. Mientras batallaba con oficiales de inmigracion y mientras esperaba respuestas que nunca llegaban, le llega la notica de Venezuela de que habian matado a su familiar, el brazo derecho con Oscar Perez, cuanod a e…
 
Conoce la historia de un héroe dreamer. Edison Suasnavas nació en Ecuador y llego a los estados unidos como niño con sus padres. En este podcast el describe como pudo mantenerse enfocado y animado estudiando mientras siempre estaba en juego su estatus migratorio. Relata como superaba los obstáculos y como el programa de DACA salió en el momento pre…
 
Morelbys vivía tranquilamente en Venezuela, pero no le parecía la idea de que un país con tanta riqueza sufría de escasez de cosas básicas como comida, gasolina, etc. Entonces, decidió expresar sus frustraciones como activista y líder juvenil de la oposición. Escucha mientras Morelbys nos cuenta sobre su arresto, como escapa de Venezula, como conoc…
 
Daniel es un inmigrante de Venezuela. Como miembro de la oposición en su país, tuvo que escapar las manos de los funcionarios del gobierno en múltiples ocasiones. En una oportunidad estuvo participando en una marcha pacifica y tuvo que huir y esconder en una casa durante 3 horas. En otra ocasión fue secuestrado durante varias horas. Escucha como Da…
 
What is the responsibility of museums in the wake of the Capitol Insurrection? Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell, a DC-based cultural equity strategist, joins us to talk about how critical museums are in the struggle to dismantle white supremacy. We originally spoke with Kayleigh about her practice in late 2020 and planned to release that conversation on J…
 
In community organizing work, there are no shortcuts or gimmicks, only relationships built on trust and continued investment. The Lawndale Pop-Up Spot is a community-led museum located in a shipping container at the Spaulding Memorial Garden, a community garden in Chicago’s North Lawndale neighborhood. Chelsea Ridley and Jonathan Kelley, the museum…
 
In this mini-episode, Paula talks with Gwendolyn Fernandez, a recovering museum educator and fellow Museum Workers Speak organizer, about embracing collaboration and breaking up with your career. Gwen will be joining the Cultura Conscious team to produce a series of new episodes featuring inspiring museum and culture workers. Look for fresh convers…
 
Loss has been a constant over the past few weeks. Writer, educator and theatermaker Diane Exavier joins me to talk about personal and collective grief during a pandemic. We talk about how coping in our current moment requires some of the resiliency we’ve built through other experiences of loss, and yet those well-trodden maps still fall short of he…
 
Mayra Cecilia Palafox shares with me why connecting with people and meeting their needs is so important to her. We discuss why humility is a useful practice for the present moment. When dealing with the uncertainty of a worldwide pandemic, what strengths do we have as cultural workers that prepare us to weather challenges as they present themselves…
 
Mark’s titles include Cultural Resources Program Manager, Tribal Liaison and Archeologist, all for the State Parks Santa Cruz District. He is also an adjunct professor of archeology at Foothill College. Mark talks about playing guitar in a rock band, about the lifestyle and cultural practices of native Californians, and about what we can learn from…
 
Miranda has lived on the Rancho Marino Reserve in Cambria, California for 18 years. She talks about her powerful connection to the land and water of the reserve, about the many science projects that are conducted there, and about the day she and her husband dragged a dead California Gray whale from the beach into their front yard.…
 
Portia Halbert is an environmental scientist for the Santa Cruz District of the California State Park system, overseeing an area of over 70,000 acres. She talks about the joy of wielding a drip torch for prescribed burns, about battling invasive species, about how the crumbs from your picnic lunch in the mountains can affect the survival of an enda…
 
Jackie Peterson, a Seattle-based exhibit developer and independent curator, is passionate about the ways exhibits can tell important stories in ways that are compelling to the public. Jackie grounds her practice on the trust she develops with communities whose stories she’s working to tell. Her research and development process adds another layer to…
 
Cristina Garza, Director of Social Impact at Mission EDC, shares the journey that led her to leave her small town in Texas for New York City, to her various roles in museums, and then back to her hometown area working in local government. She reflects with candor on all the reasons it was important and necessary for her to move on from museums, inc…
 
Docents play a vital role in museums across the country. As museum education departments change and evolve, tensions have surfaced on what the role of docents should be as teaching in museums becomes more specialized. Stephanie Samera, Lead for Gallery Learning at the Columbus Museum of Art, joins me to discuss all things docent. She shares how bui…
 
What does success in the arts look like? Anabel Roque Rodriguez has been asking women in arts and culture this question for over a year. Anabel shares findings and reflections from her project so far. We touch on the power of solidarity and community in achieving success, especially for women, and how making choices that center well-being can illum…
 
Live episode recording from Museum Educator of Southern California's 2018 Annual Institute at the Skirball Cultural Center. My guest was Elena Muslar, Assistant Director, Entertainment and Fine Arts Professions at Loyola Marymount University. Elena was so wonderful and insightful! Our discussion veered in many directions, including breaking down th…
 
PJ Gubatina Policarpio gets real with me on the nitty gritty of what it takes financially and emotionally to pursue a career in museums if you come from a low-income background. He discusses why building community is integral to his work, how diversifying his skill set was a financial strategy, and why he considers himself primarily a museum educat…
 
On this month’s episode, Stephanie Cunningham shares her efforts to create alignment in her work after ten years of experience in the field. As a speaker, consultant, and educator, Stephanie has been a leading voice on race and equity in museums. After so many conversations, workshops and conferences discussing race and equity in museums, how far a…
 
What is necessary for museums to radically imagine what is possible, not only what has been done? Adjoa Jones de Almeida, Director of Education at the Brooklyn Museum, shares how she decided to "step up" during a moment of transition for the museum. After beginning her career at the Brooklyn Museum in an entry level position, she hadn’t planned for…
 
This month’s episode of Cultura Conscious is all about transitions and finding your purpose. Paulina Lopez, adult educator and teaching artist at the Art Institute of Chicago, joins me to discuss the events of 2017 and how they affected our personal, political and professional lives. Paulina shares her insights on what keeps her motivated and focus…
 
Dr. Jody Dublin joins me this month to discuss how individuals and institutions can better understand and support first generation college students. We discuss the ways in which policy and institutional decisions are driven by the theory of college choice, even though not every student falls neatly within outlined categories when deciding to pursue…
 
My guest this week thinks of her work as building the community of the future. Vanessa Sanchez is the Director of Yollocalli Arts Reach, the youth initiative of the National Museum of Mexican Art, as well as a practicing artist, music festival planner extraordinaire, and activist. She opens up about her apprehension at describing herself as a leade…
 
My guest this week does it all! Museum educator, academic researcher and museum boss lady. Veronica Alvarez, Director of School and Educator Programs at LACMA, discusses how her career has been shaped by her experiences as an immigrant, as a student and as a museum educator. We discuss how she keeps up with her teaching practice even as administrat…
 
What can museums learn from the work of community organizers? Oliver Merino discusses his work with the Latino community at Levine Museum of the New South, a history museum in Charlotte, NC. He shares with me what he thinks is the importance of history museums in contextualizing current events, how he approaches leading and organizing through liste…
 
On this episode of Cultura Conscious, Alyssa Machida discusses her motivation and inspiration for The Dreamspace Project, workbook and toolkit for educators who are ready to move beyond demanding social justice and are ready to take critical action. We talk about the ways institutions communicate to the public beyond the art on the walls, the need …
 
On this episode, Marimar Gutierrez speaks to me about her experience as a DACA student and museum worker. We discuss the ways museums can be welcoming to young people like her, what the atmosphere has been like in the museum galleries since the 2016 election, how we can’t deny ourselves the feeling of fear, and what steps she has taken to ensure he…
 
Keonna Hendrick joins me for my first ever episode! Our frank, informal conversation was recorded during the American Alliance of Museums 2017 annual conference. We talk about white supremacy, what to do about racism and inclusion at a personal and professional level, what a vision of inclusion looks like for museum professionals, #museumsrespondto…
 
In mijn 43e podcast spreek ik met Mariska Beenhakker en Theo de Groot. Mariska is gymleraar voor kleuters en werkt bij het trainingscentrum voor bewegen en psychologie. Theo is opleidingsdocent bewegingsonderwijs en psycholoog. Beiden zijn auteur van het boek "Beter spelen en bewegen met kleuters".Met elkaar praten we over het belang van goed beweg…
 
Eind november heb ik Jaap Versfelt geïnterviewd bij hem thuis in Delft. Jaap is initiatiefnemer van stichting LeerKRACHT. Met Jaap sprak ik over waarom hij stichting leerKRACHT is gestart, wat er volgens hem mis gaat in onderwijs en hoe scholen zich zouden kunnen verbeteren. Ik had de intentie om met Jaap een item op te nemen van maximaal tien minu…
 
In mijn 41e podcast praat ik met Jan Jaap Hubeek, opleidingsmanager van de Pabo van Hogeschool Leiden. Samen praten we over de uitdagingen bij het opleiden van studenten tot leerkrachten. Terwijl we praten, wandelen we door de binnenstad van Woerden.Je kunt je abonneren op mijn podcast, door in de iTunes store, een podcast app of Soundcloud.com te …
 
In mijn 40e podcast praat ik met Hester IJsseling. Hester is leerkracht van groep 8 van basisschool de Kleine Reus in Amsterdam. Ze is filosoof en bezig met onderzoek naar subjectwording. Op haar weblog (hesterij.blogspot.nl) schrijft ze onder andere over haar visie op onderwijs, vaak vanuit het gedachtegoed van Gert Biesta. Samen praten we vanuit …
 
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