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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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ALSB's Pedagogy Podcast

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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 trips, 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.
 
The Powerful Pedagogy is a conversational early childhood podcast that explores the shifts and changes we have experienced in our field since 2020. Host, Lynnette Arthur, unpacks the social-emotional impact the past few years have had in these powerful conversations. You’ll leave these fun and thought provoking interviews discovering new perspectives to bring to your classroom. This podcast is produced by Wunderled, the leading expert in play based education, serving educators globally. Visi ...
 
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: Broadening Horizons, Bridging Theory and Practice' edited by Suzan Koseoglu, George Veletsianos and Chris Rowell, published by Athabasca University Press https://www.aupress.ca/books/
 
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Plugs, Play, Pedagogy

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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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Pedagogy Matters

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Pedagogy Matters

pedagogymatters

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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 ...
 
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Pedagogy A-Go-Go

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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

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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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Pedagogy of the Obsessed

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Pedagogy of the Obsessed

Adriana Chavarin-Lopez, James Mercer, Adam Parrott-Sheffer, Shanna Peeples, Keri Randolph

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This is Pedagogy of the Obsessed where we connect listeners to the heart of what is going on in schools, provide context on the issues through interviews with those doing the work and engage followers in a discussion on how to act to support kids. We pose the problems of human beings in their relations with the world.
 
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While it's true that student choice has a lot of value, it's possible to give so much choice in an assignment that it kind of backfires. When a task has little to no structure at all, students often respond with confusion, not creativity. ------------------- You can find full written versions of these tips at cultofpedagogy.com/edutips. -----------…
 
Our sensory systems have a HUGE influence on how we learn, serving as building blocks for regulation, engagement, exploration, safety, movement, social interaction, and brain integration. In this episode, pediatric occupational therapist and author Jamie Chaves shows us how applying some basic principles of sensory processing in the classroom can r…
 
When a student or audience member has a question, repeating it before you answer allows everyone else to hear it and gives you a chance to clarify the questioner's intent. ---------- You can find full written versions of these tips at cultofpedagogy.com/edutips. ------------------- Thanks to CommonLit for sponsoring this episode. ------------------…
 
Even though many of us are back in physical classrooms this year, blended learning offers a way to weave together online and offline learning to position students at the center of the learning process. Instead of reverting back to a teacher-led, whole-group instructional model, blended learning can free us from the front of the room and allow us to…
 
Jehan El-Jourbagy, Associate Professor of Business Law & Ethics at Georgia College & State University, shares her experiences and advice in the propagation of civics education through Constitution Week activities. From her early roots assisting colleague Matthew Roessing, a fellow Academy of Legal Studies in Business scholar, to her plans for the f…
 
Collaboration is great as long as you have high-quality projects for students to work on. In this episode, we'll explore five unique ideas for collaborative projects that can be adapted for any subject area, along with suggestions for adding criticality and opportunities for student agency to each one. ------------------- Thanks to CoderZ and Hapar…
 
Carla Ward is an Early Childhood Educator and the founder of Early Learning Foundations, a business dedicated to education and enhancing the work of Early Childhood Educators. She has held a variety of roles in the education field for more than 17 years. Carla is a certified Wunderled educator and brings a sense of wonder and passion into every asp…
 
Napcast is a podcast co-hosted by two male educators of color working with our youngest citizens. Together, they challenge, tackle, and discuss topics at the intersection of education, race, culture, and identity. Bio: Nick Terrones (he/him) is Mexican-Native American, a descendant of the Chumash people whose traditional lands span a large part of …
 
Stopping while you read a text out loud might be necessary in order to explain, dissect, or analyze something, but those interruptions can really mess up a listener's experience of the text. Next time, start with a smooth first read, then start over and get into the instruction. ---------- You can find full written versions of these tips at cultofp…
 
Charnea Paris is an educator seeking to make dynamic change in the lives of children where it is most needed. She teaches Pre-K at a public school in the South Bronx. One of her passions is incorporating identity work throughout the year. She believes that children need to learn about the world and the people around them early in life and that fail…
 
Critical thinking is something usually reserved only for advanced classes, but if we want our students to receive an equitable education, they all need regular practice in thinking critically. In this episode, Tangible Equity author Colin Seale shares three easy strategies for infusing critical thinking into any lesson. ------------------- Thanks t…
 
Semeka Smith-Williams is a member of the The Institute for Social and Emotional Learning (IFSEL) which empowers educators, young people, and parents to transform their schools into caring, inclusive communities. For the past six years she served as the Director of Diversity and Equity at the Packer Collegiate Institute, a Preschool through grade 12…
 
If too many of your classroom plans go off the rails, you might need to add more norm-setting, where you clarify expectations in detail before starting an activity. It's a step some of us skip, but the time you spend on it will pay off later. ---------- You can find full written versions of these tips at cultofpedagogy.com/edutips. ----------------…
 
Suzanne Axelsson has worked with children for over 30 years in roles. She works as a pedagogical consultant using experience and research in listening, philosophy with children and Indigenous Knowledge to guide creating democratic learning and play spaces in early childhood education. She works on the EY program at the Department of Child and Youth…
 
Language shapes so much of who we are, but not all students feel they can bring their whole selves into the classroom. Even the most well-meaning teachers can unwittingly do more harm than good. In this episode, educator Andrea Castellano answers some common questions about students who code-switch between languages and dialects and shares research…
 
Chloe Taylor Technology is a STEM Education consulting company based in New York City. Her company provides future-focused services for schools in STEM education and digital design to help facilitate meaningful learning experiences through the use of technology. As an entrepreneur, author and educator, her focus is to equip the next generation with…
 
We spend a LOT of time with students, and quite a bit of that time is not used for direct instruction. This "downtime" offers plenty of tiny opportunities for teaching, assessment, and relationship building—we just have to recognize them. You can find full written versions of these tips at cultofpedagogy.com/edutips. ------------------- Thanks to P…
 
We've covered a lot of differentiation strategies over the years, and here's one you may not have heard of: backward chaining. It allows students to start a task a few steps ahead, allowing them to experience a sense of completion that might otherwise be out of reach. My guest Melanie Meehan explains how it works. ------------------- Thanks to Pear…
 
A native New Yorker, Yesenia started the development of Young Risers in May 2013. Working in NYC private schools for over eight years introduced her to the Reggio Approach. This fostered the idea of opening a school that catered this learning experience to families in her community. She holds a Masters of Science in Special Education from Concordia…
 
Interview with Jonathan Lynch Otago Polytechnic, New Zealand Dr. Jonathan Lynch started his career as an outdoor educator across primary, secondary and tertiary education in the UK. Moving to Aotearoa New Zealand, he then worked as a Postgraduate Director with the Mind Lab, a future-focussed education company committed to the growth and implementat…
 
Inspired by the Reggio Emilia practice, Robin Koo has been an Art Studio Teacher for over 16 years. She served as the Program Director of Teaching Beyond the Square from 2015-2018. In 2015, when Teaching Beyond the Square hosted the Wonder of Learning Exhibit, Robin was the Chair of the Atelier Committee, which created the Natural Materials and Lig…
 
Adding an unexpected ingredient to a lesson makes students more likely to remember the thing they were supposed to learn. You can find full written versions of these tips at cultofpedagogy.com/edutips. ------------------- Thanks to Pear Deck for sponsoring this episode. -------------------
 
The Blended Garden is an inspiration from nature, where flowers bring the message of inclusion and diversity to children, allowing for rich ongoing dialogue where parents and educators connect meaning to materials through nature's design. This book teaches children as they develop into 'universal beings' how to live in one another's space while acc…
 
Whether or not you're involved in athletics, all teachers will have transgender students in their classrooms, and understanding the issues that impact them will make you a better teacher for these vulnerable students. In this episode, I talk with former college athlete and sports policy scholar Katie Lever about the reasons trans athletes should be…
 
Barbara Burrington, a phenomenal Education Mentor, served as Interim Director of the UVM Campus Children’s School (2017 - 2020) where she had worked as Head Teacher from 1993 through 2007. She was the first Director of Community Based Partnerships for the College of Education at the University of Vermont (2020-2021) For the previous twelve years, B…
 
Tunu Thom is the author of “An Unexpected New Dream.” Inspired by the activism and artistry of Dr. Nina SimoneTunu establishes works that centralize around themes of motherhood, culture, futurism, sexuality, and world politics.…charged with cultivating joy, her brand of comedy is smart, hilarious and inspirational. Her work nurtures the curious, th…
 
This month Gina and Tom sit down with Assistant Professor of Biology, Sonia Massie. In this episode, Sonia explains the value of teaching with grace and leeway and why she believes this compassion-based pedagogy is exactly what our students need now and moving forward. Listen in as she reflects on why she’s decided to move away from lectures and ho…
 
Renée Dinnerstein, author of the Heinemann publication, Choice Time: How To Deepen Learning Through Inquiry And Play, has over 50 years experience working as an early childhood educator. She taught in Rome, Italy, in New York City at P.S. 321 and was teacher-director of the all-inclusion Children’s School early childhood annex. In 2001 until 2003, …
 
Teachers are leaving the classroom in larger numbers than ever, and many are breaking contracts mid-year just to get out. What can school leaders do to stop this? What makes one school lose teachers in the double digits, while others manage to hold on to almost everyone? In this episode, we'll hear the stories of four teachers who left their jobs i…
 
There are so many things we ask our students to do in school that they would do so much better if we just modeled it for them. While modeling is already probably a strategy you're using to teach some concepts, you probably could be using it a whole lot more, and getting more from your students as a result. You can find full written versions of thes…
 
Many teachers don't know enough to effectively meet the needs of students with ADHD. In this episode, we'll take a look at 8 principles you can apply to your teaching that can help these students thrive. ------------------- Thanks to Listenwise and Read&Write by Texthelp for sponsoring this episode. -------------------…
 
When we say something generic like "good job," it might make a student feel good, but that's about it. What has a lot more impact is specific praise given to individual people. You can find full written versions of these tips at cultofpedagogy.com/edutips. ------------------- Thanks to Stash101 for sponsoring this episode. -------------------…
 
Welcome back and welcome to the start of season four! Join us as Gina and Tom sit down with Dr. Cara McClintock, Professor of English at Northampton Community College. In this episode, Cara shares her vision of the classroom as a two-way street and how she has learned that by embracing this relationship with her students, they each gain a greater u…
 
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