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The Cult of Pedagogy Podcast

Jennifer Gonzalez

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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.
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Pedagogy Matters

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Pedagogy Matters is a podcast series from College Development Network (CDN). 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 college sector across the UK, sharing their views, experiences and insights across different elements of pedagogy, what it means to them and how they can be integrated ...
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Plugs, Play, Pedagogy

Kyle Stedman

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A playful, collaborative, monthly podcast on teaching writing and rhetoric in the 21st century Hosted by Kyle Stedman, Rockford University Also available on Stitcher (http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/plugs-play-pedagogy) and iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/plugs-play-pedagogy/id909930552).
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ALSB's Pedagogy Podcast

Teaching & Pedagogy Section - Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB)

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Hear from Academy of Legal Studies in Business (International) teachers and scholars as to tips, tricks, and lessons learned in the classroom and beyond. ALSB focuses on the fields of business law, legal environment, and law-related courses outside of professional law schools. Hosted by ALSB's Teaching & Pedagogy Section.
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Welcome to the Critical Digital Pedagogy in HE podcast. This is a series of podcasts based on the book: 'Critical Digital Pedagogy in Higher Education' edited by Suzan Koseoglu, George Veletsianos and Chris Rowell, published by Athabasca University Press https://www.aupress.ca/books/ due out in January 2023.
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In this podcast, I speak to various stakeholders from across the globe about the development of effective coaching cultures, pedagogies, and practices through the utilization of Positive Pedagogy as described by Richard Light in his 2017 book, Positive pedagogy for sport coaching: Athlete-centred coaching for individual sports. Since this time, two more editions of the book have been published, with the most recent publication coming on July 8th, 2020.
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Pedagogy A-Go-Go

Dr. Gina Turner and Dr. Thomas O'Connor

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Welcome to Pedagogy A-Go-Go, a podcast about college faculty sharing what happens in their classrooms and why. Hosted by Dr. Gina Turner, Associate Professor of Psychology at Northampton Community College, and Dr. Thomas O'Connor, an Assistant Dean at Northampton Community College.
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Podcast Pedagogy

Kristofer Stubbs

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Podcast Pedagogy is here to teach you everything you need to know to produce your own podcast efficiently and effectively. The show is produced and hosted by Kristofer J.M. Stubbs, who over the years has accumulated a diverse array of technical skills in Digital Media creation, Instructional Design and of course Podcasting. Kristofer is an educator by both nature and profession. He has worked in the field of Education/Education Technology for over 10 years as a Director of Technology, Teache ...
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The rights of parents to choose the best school for their children — also known as school choice — may seem simple on the surface, but it's anything but, and it has the potential to impact teachers and students all over the country. In this episode, I talk with Cara Fitzpatrick, author of The Death of Public School: How Conservatives Won the War Ov…
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Annotation can be a powerful way to improve comprehension and increase engagement, but its effectiveness can vary depending on how it's taught. In this episode, two teachers share their classroom-tested approaches to teaching students how to effectively annotate texts: 3rd grade teacher Andrea Castellano and high school English teacher Irene Yannas…
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If your school is lucky enough to have a full-time certified librarian, it's likely they are not being utilized to their full capacity. In fact, yours may be one of a growing number of schools that are eliminating librarians altogether, and that is a terrible idea. In this episode, I sit down with four accomplished librarians — K.C. Boyd, Barbara P…
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Many states are seeing record high numbers of teacher turnovers and vacancies. While the problems that caused this shortage have not gone away, there are groups of people who are coming up with some creative ways to address this situation, new and surprisingly affordable pathways for training good, enthusiastic teachers. Two of these programs are O…
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Crying in front of your students can be a humiliating experience. Not the kind that happens when you're moved to tears by a poignant story or you react to upsetting news; those moments can actually bond you to your students. It’s the kind that comes from frustration, shame, anger, or loss of control. It might be something you experience as a new te…
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It's happened to so many teachers: You teach your heart out. Really just knock it out of the park. Then you ask a question all students should know the answer to … and nothing. What's going on? In this episode, educator and writer Blake Harvard offers four possible explanations for why we get the blank stare, along with four solutions that will hel…
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As our student population grows ever more diverse, many schools haven't been quite as successful as they'd like to be when trying to connect with students' families. If current efforts aren't working, it's time we tried a different approach. In this episode I talk with Nawal Qarooni, author of the new book Nourishing Caregiver Collaborations about …
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In this episode, we chat with Valerie Innes, Head of Next Generation Qualifications and Standards at SQA, and lecturers Maire Nisbet and Jayne Clark from South Lanarkshire College who have been developing and delivering the NextGen version of the HNC in Childhood Practice. Links to content mentioned in the episode: SQA Next Generation Higher Nation…
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Listen and learn from esteemed members of ALSB's newest section: ⁠Black Faculty Section⁠. This group of Academy faculty focuses on the "needs of faculty of color and the role that our home institutions and the ALSB can have in promoting those needs." Today's episode focuses on the Black experience, but acknowledges intersectional interests and incl…
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When high school English teacher Dan Tricarico started taking photos of his colleagues, he didn't expect them to create new bonds among his staff. Teachers rarely get an opportunity to have their humanity and uniqueness showcased in this way, but these beautiful portraits do just that — and anyone with a smartphone can do the same thing for the tea…
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Standardized testing has, without a doubt, created a lot of problems in education, and far too often, our conversations about these problems end in statements like "we need to just get rid of them all" or "Oh well, nothing we can do to change things." In this episode, education researcher Jenn Binis joins me to talk about a different approach to so…
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It's a brand-new year, and to celebrate the launch of the 10th edition of our Teacher's Guide to Tech, we're exploring 8 tech tools that are worth a look in 2024. I'm joined by my team of ed tech geniuses — Brandie Wright, Lucia Hassell, Kim Darche, and Marnie Diem — to talk about a collection of tools that can make your teaching richer, more effic…
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As a teacher, you probably find yourself in situations pretty often where you're made aware of a student having needs or challenges that exceed what your school typically offers them. The list of student needs in so many schools is never-ending, and your desire to help meet them is probably pretty strong, too. But attempting to meet these needs on …
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Eric Sader, Lecturer at Kelley School of Business, shares his recent insights in power and voice in teaching after completion of a related graduate course as a student. Sader also shares a few thoughts on how he utilized AI in the form of ChatGPT in thinking about this pedagogical area. Speaker contact link. Related course link. --- Send in a voice…
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Our classrooms have the potential to be spaces where we learn how to have conversations about challenging topics with respect, curiosity, and kindness. Contrary to the voices that say race is not an appropriate topic for school, in this episode we're saying just the opposite. My guests are Matthew Kay, author of the book, Not Light, But Fire: How t…
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I have no new strategies or tools or books to share with you this week. Nothing new to implement. Just a simple call to action for administrators to start giving your teachers more specific, genuine positive feedback. They need it. Thanks to NoRedInk and The Modern Classrooms Project for sponsoring this episode. You can read this podcast as a post …
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Cooperative learning can be a powerful learning strategy, but only if it works well. In this episode Connie Hamilton, author of Hacking Group Work, returns to the podcast to share 17 small changes you can try that will make group work more effective in your classroom. Thanks to EVERFI and Verizon Innovative Learning HQ for sponsoring this episode. …
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At a time when student behaviors and attitudes seem more troubling than ever before, we may need to approach their behavior in a different way, too. In this episode, Alex Shevrin Venet returns to talk about unconditional positive regard, a philosophy that offers students care no matter what — they don't have to earn it, and nothing they do can make…
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In this episode, we chat with Paddy Shepperd from Jisc around the emergence of generative AI services such as ChatGPT, and how lecturers and students can respond to opportunities and challenges. Part 2 explores the implications of AI for assessment, and how ethics forms a part of the discussion. Links to content mentioned in the episode: Jisc Natio…
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Giving students time for reflection on their learning is so good for them: It builds their metacognitive capacity, it teaches them to take agency for their own learning, and it helps them and YOU see more clearly what they have learned and what they need next. But when we have so much other stuff to do, reflection often gets shoved out of the way. …
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In this episode, we chat with Paddy Shepperd from Jisc around the emergence of generative AI services such as ChatGPT, and how lecturers and students can respond to opportunities and challenges. Part 1 offers an overview of the technology and what to expect from the new suite of tools coming online. Links to content mentioned in the episode: Jisc N…
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When it comes to teaching kids how to read, what is the big debate about? And what does research say we should be doing? In this episode, literacy expert Jen Serravallo and researcher Dr. Kelly Cartwright help us understand the different perspectives on effective reading instruction and what research says teachers and school leaders should be doing…
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Students who have learned enough English to do well socially may still need scaffolding to thrive academically. In this episode, I talk with Tan Huynh and Beth Skelton, authors of the book Long-Term Success for Experienced Multilinguals, about the specific strategies teachers can use to help these learners reach their full potential across the curr…
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Positive, accurate representations of Arab voices and contributions are largely missing from our classrooms. In this episode, four educators — Sawsan Jaber, Reem Fakhry, Fatma Elsamra, and Abeer Ramadan-Shinnawi — teach us how we can change that. This episode is sponsored by JumpStart. Read a full transcript of this episode and find a robust list o…
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Trauma-informed teaching has gotten a lot of attention in recent years, and my guest, Alex Shevrin Venet, is a wonderful guide to help us better understand how it works. Her book, Equity-Centered Trauma-Informed Education, offers a holistic, nuanced exploration of what this work looks like in practice, and it does so with equity at the center. In t…
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Do you ever feel like you're just marching through your content, trying to get it done? Like your students are just regurgitating it back, but not really learning it? Would you love to design deeper learning experiences in your classroom, but you're just not sure how? This episode may have some answers for you. I talk with Sarah Fine, co-author of …
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In this episode, we chat with Kenji Lamb from the team here at CDN on how AI (Artificial Intelligence) is playing its part in college education and how it might play out in the future. This is tied to an event 'AI in College Education' that we're running this week which if you can't make it, will be recorded and available on the CDN website. Links …
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The core activity of this after-school program is boxing, but it offers so much more to students. In this episode, I talk with Jamyle Cannon, executive director of The Bloc Chicago, about why this program has been so wildly successful at helping students achieve personal and academic success, and how other educators can follow the same model by bui…
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