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As parents in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints we are striving to help our children develop STRONG TESTIMONIES and have PERSONAL EXPERIENCES with Jesus Christ, EVEN when we don't have time to prepare fancy lessons. Mother-daughter duo Leslie Johnson and Linsey Jensen share their experiences, giving LDS parents actionable tips and tricks and helping us gain the tools and confidence we need to step away from lectures and learn to teach Come, Follow Me in a way that allows our fa ...
 
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Learning math is hard, but could it be made easier if we had better ways to introduce math to students? Nigel Nisbet is a math expert and Vice President of Content Creation for the MIND Research Institute, an organization focused on teaching math the way children learn. Nigel discusses the challenges of traditional pedagogy as well as Spatial-Tempo…
 
In this episode, we hear from senior lecturers Guy Fletcher at the School of Philosophy and Marc Geddes at the School of Politics, who share good practice by examining the successes and challenges of their student-nominated courses at The University of Edinburgh. This is the third episode of our Teaching Awards series, which features reflective con…
 
Despite the desire for increasing students in STEM fields, educators still face challenges in keeping students engaged as they learn concepts like math, biology, physics, and other topics. Louise Krmpotic, Vice President for Enterprise Services at DigitalEd, discusses strategies for keeping students engaged, even in remote learning environments, as…
 
Digital transformation increasingly shapes how students interact with schools and universities. Ardis Kadiu is a computer scientist who is also founder and CEO of Element451, a company specializing in using artificial intelligence, user experience, and digital transformation in colligate admissions. Our discussion provides an excellent overview for…
 
Dr. Julia Olayanju is a research geneticist who has become a disruptor in the food industry. Her most recent project, FoodNiche-ED, is a platform that empowers teachers to make science education applicable to students, particularly in support of improved health. Dr. Olayanju discusses the FoodNiche-ED platform and various health issues facing stude…
 
For our new season of Teaching Matters, we begin with a discussion of how data sciences can be used by school districts to promote teaching effectiveness and student success. LaToya Blackshear is Director of Planning and Evaluation for Jackson (MS) public schools and Dr. Joy Smithson is Director of the Data Science Research Group for SchoolStatus. …
 
In this final uncovering UNCOVER podcast episode, Ruth McQuillan and Marshall Dozier both core members of UNCOVER, describe key features of a good evidence review, and provide tips to novice reviewers on how to create a good evidence review. Madhurima Nundy, an UNCOVER Reviewer, shares her experience collaborating with staff in a review team, and w…
 
In this episode, Neneh Rowa-Dewar UNCOVER’s student-staff liaison, and Thulani Ashcroft and Udani DE Silva both UNCOVER Reviewers, each discuss their roles in UNCOVER. Neneh highlights how students are supported in UNCOVER and how this support benefits students. Thulani and Udani describe how UNCOVER’s resources has benefited them. Music for this e…
 
In this introduction episode, Nadege Atkins an UNCOVER Reviewer and also co-producer of the uncovering UNCOVER podcast series, shares her experience as a member of UNCOVER. She discusses what UNCOVER is and how she became involved in UNCOVER. Nadege also speaks of the benefits and challenges she has faced, and what skills she has developed being a …
 
In this episode, Filip Taneski, a PhD student within the School of Engineering, and Brittany Blankinship, a PhD student in the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, share good practice by discussing their nominations for the 2022 Student Tutor of the Year. They discuss the relationship between their research and teaching, how thei…
 
In this episode, Michael Merlin, a lecturer within the School of Engineering, and Richard Blythe, a professor of Complex Systems in the School of Physics and Astronomy, share good practice by discussing their nominations for the 2022 Personal Tutor of the Year. They begin by discussing: what actually is the role of a personal tutor? Michael mention…
 
In this episode, Charlie Farley, the Open Educational Resources advisor at the University's Information Services, and Ewan McAndrew, the University of Edinburgh’s Wikipedian in Residence, discuss the benefits of Media Hopper Create, particularly in regard to the service's ability to create Open Educational Resources (OERs). They discuss how they ea…
 
In this episode, four University of Edinburgh staff members, Jo Merrifield, Education Programme Manager at the Edinburgh Clinical Research Facility, Michael Gallagher, Programme Director of the MSc in Digital Education, Velda McCune, Deputy Director of the Institute for Academic Development and Brian Mather, Senior E-Learning Developer at the Veter…
 
In this episode, four University of Edinburgh staff members, Jo Merrifield, Education Programme Manager at the Edinburgh Clinical Research Facility, Michael Gallagher, Programme Director of the MSc in Digital Education, Velda McCune, Deputy Director of the Institute for Academic Development and Brian Mather, Senior E-Learning Developer at the Veter…
 
In the premiere of our Media Hopper series, four University of Edinburgh staff members, Jo Merrifield, Education Programme Manager at the Edinburgh Clinical Research Facility, Michael Gallagher, Programme Director of the MSc in Digital Education, Velda McCune, Deputy Director of the Institute for Academic Development and Brian Mather, Senior E-Lear…
 
In this episode, Ewan McAndrew, the University of Edinburgh's Wikimedian in Residence, is joined by Diana Paton, lecturer at the University of Edinburgh and the William Robertson Chair of History, Lucy Crompton-Reid, Chief Executive of Wikimedia UK, Lucy Parfitt, former President of the University History Society, two history students, Grace King a…
 
The Smithsonian Education program is the largest museum-based education program in the world. Providing students and faculty of all ages with access to content experts and primary source materials, the Smithsonian is a tremendous resource for learning in any content area. Dr. Monique Chism, Undersecretary for Education at the Smithsonian, discusses…
 
As students prepare for state testing in math, finding ways to help students re-engage previously learned material is essential. In this episode we explore a pilot-project in New York where students created short TikTok videos explaining how they used distributive properties to solve problems. Our guest, Elly Blanco-Rowe, is an educational consulta…
 
Remember those times when your two year old wants to get herself dressed and she does not want any help from you? she gets to the point where she’s pulling the shirt over her head, but she’s stuck because she’s trying to push her head through the arm hole instead of the neck hole. The harder she pulls the more frustrated she becomes until finally s…
 
What causes a lesson to be engaging versus boring? In today’s episode, we talk about the four levels of questions and how we can use them to help elevate our lessons to be more interactive and more meaningful for our families. Asking the right types of questions can create a framework that allows us to help our children learn without giving them th…
 
We all have heard of family feuds that have lasted for years or generations, even to the point that no one remembers what the original grievance was about. History records the stories of Romeo and Juliet’s families, the Capulets and the Montagues or the Hatfields and Mccoys. Even the bible tells stories of Jacob and Esau, Leah and Rachel, and Josep…
 
In this episode, Lucy Crompton-Reid, the Chief Executive of Wikimedia UK, is joined by Linda Bauld, Professor of Public Health, Sarah Lappin, head of the Edinburgh Women in STEM Society, and Áine Kavanagh, a former reproductive biology student at the university, to discuss the underrepresentation of women on Wikipedia pages. This episode is the fou…
 
Student wellbeing is rapidly emerging as a critical area of concern for educators at all levels. Dr. James Mazza, Professor of Education at the University of Washington, and Anne Brown, President and CEO of the Cook Center for Human Connection, discuss the importance of student wellbeing and describe a new animated series called, “My Life is Worth …
 
This is the second episode in a two-part series exploring how faculty at Excelsior College, based in Albany NY, are using gamified simulations to teach course concepts. Dr. Anna Zendell, who is the Senior Faculty Program Director in Health Sciences, discusses how she has created gamified simulations to teach students about health concepts related t…
 
What is happening right now in your family that is driving you crazy? Maybe you have a child who has a problem not telling the truth, or maybe your kids aren’t getting their chores done in a timely manner, or getting them done at all. Maybe you have children who are extremely concerned about everything being fair, (heaven forbid one child should ge…
 
Many people turn to Wikipedia articles when introduced to an unfamiliar medical term, especially when it pertains to themselves or a loved one. But who writes these articles? Some come from within The University of Edinburgh, where fourth-year students in the Reproductive Biology BSc programme have been creating articles about previously unpublishe…
 
Dr. Mary Berkery, Faculty Program Director in History and Cornerstones at Excelsior College in Albany, NY, has worked with colleagues to develop and implement three games/simulations to help students grapple with concepts related to historical narratives. Dr. Berkery discusses how the simulations were developed and then integrated into her general …
 
In this episode, Wikimedians Ewan McAndrew and Jason Evans unpack the role of languages in Wikipedia with Richard Nevell (Wikimedia Programme Director), Lorna Campbell (OER services manager) and three Translation Studies MSc students, Binjie Xiang, Huichao Wang and Nora Albawardi. This episode is the second of our Wikimedia Series, which aims to re…
 
Have any of you ever asked yourselves one of these questions? How do I get my child to stop lying? What can I do to help my child follow through on what he says he will do? How can I teach my children to be more dependable and responsible? Well, if you have…. You’re in good company. I don’t know of a family yet who hasn’t had issues with one of the…
 
In this episode, University staff (Kirsty Lingstadt), students (Hannah Rothmann, Grace King and Lucy Parfitt) and Wikimedians (Ewan McAndrew and Richard Nevell) discuss Wikimedia's current role within academia and hypothesize what that role can be in the future. This episode is the first of our Wikimedia Series, which aims to recontextualize Wikime…
 
The other day my husband made the comment that God didn’t real give us much help when it comes to raising children. God taught us a lot of things, but parenting wasn’t one of them. I told him I disagreed. That the scriptures had all sorts of examples of how to parent. Like what? Well today’s episode we answer that question , like what? Today we sha…
 
In this podcast, the Institute for Academic Development's (IAD) Dr Catherine Bovill, Senior Lecturer in Student Engagement, and Celeste McLaughlin, Head of Academic Development for Digital Education, discuss a collaborative international research project that sought to understand the changes to teaching practices as they went online during the init…
 
Have you ever tried picking up half a stick? No matter how hard you try, the other end always comes with it. So it is with our choices. They all have a consequence. Good, bad or indifferent. Every action has a reaction associated with it. In a world where victim mentality is so prevalent, it is important we teach our children the power they have to…
 
Being a parent is hard. Sometimes we second guess ourselves, are we doing it right? Is there a better way? Sometimes we straight up get told we are doing it wrong (like in the story I share with you today), and sometimes, very infrequently, we get the confirmation that we are on the right track. In today’s episode I share a couple of stories about …
 
The month of December can be a hectic time and keeping up with your family scripture study can often feel like one more thing on your checklist to get done. In today's episode, Dixie Christensen shares how she is simplifying her scripture study to accommodate both Christmas and CFM. She shares some great ideas of how to use our December theme of “ …
 
Do you envision Christmas as a magical time with excitement and joy and love flowing through the air or do you think of Christmas as stressful, tiring, and hectic? How can we make Christmas be more magical, where we actually experience the spirit of Christmas and not the stress and bustle of the holiday season with the present buying, and the party…
 
There is a line in a primary song that says - God gave us families to help us become what He wants us to be— Why would having a family help us become what God wants us to be? I truly believe that having a family is a gift from God and that it is within the family unit that we practice the many things we need to learn to become like God. Pes Nelson …
 
In this Teaching Matters podcast series, produced by The Race Equality and Anti-Racist Sub-Committee (REAR) at The University of Edinburgh in collaboration with Teaching Matters, we hear from different academics at the University about what Decolonising the Curriculum means for them, and how they have put this into practice in their learning and te…
 
It's not enough just to teach our children the gospel, we also need to teach them how to teach others the gospel. As a novice mother I made the mistake of thinking that just because my children had grown up going to church every week, having family scripture study every day and Family Home Evening every week, they would automatically know how to gi…
 
In this Teaching Matters podcast series, produced by The Race Equality and Anti-Racist Sub-Committee (REAR) at The University of Edinburgh in collaboration with Teaching Matters, we hear from different academics at the University about what Decolonising the Curriculum means for them, and how they have put this into practice in their learning and te…
 
What is driving you crazy in your family right now? Is it that the kids are fighting all the time? Is it 6 year old Abi who is afraid to try anything new and constantly needs your help to do simple tasks? Or Maybe it’s eight year old Max who loves to tease and harass the younger kids until they are crying and whining - causing constant contention. …
 
In this Teaching Matters podcast series, produced by The Race Equality and Anti-Racist Sub-Committee (REAR) at The University of Edinburgh in collaboration with Teaching Matters, we hear from different academics at the University about what Decolonising the Curriculum means for them, and how they have put this into practice in their learning and te…
 
A few years back I was visiting with a non member friend of mine. We had just finished conference weekend and I was showing her pictures of the apostles and prophet who had spoken. In sincere curiosity, she asked me, “Why are they all so old?” I laughed not quite knowing how to answer that question. I have thought about that question over the years…
 
Dave Reay, Professor of Carbon Management and Education in the School of Geosciences and a Director of the Edinburgh Climate Change Institute, discusses his hopes for COP26 and the university's involvement in an interview with Joséphine Foucher, Teaching Matters Co-Editor and Student Engagement Officer. This episode accompanies our November and Dec…
 
“By small and simple things are great things brought to pass.”(Alma 37:6) Our guest today is living proof of what the Lord can do with small and simple things. Angie Killian didn’t grow up thinking she would be a famous songwriter. Her plans were to become a math teacher! But somewhere along the line, she listened as God presented another plan. A p…
 
Generational changes with students, coupled with a more dynamic career landscape, is forcing higher education institutions to shift approaches to advising and mentoring for students. Dr. Jennifer Murphy, Associate Vice Provost for the OHIO Guarantee + initiative, discusses how Ohio University is expanding and strengthening support for students as t…
 
Henry B. Eyring stated, “To ask and to answer questions is at the heart of all learning and all teaching” (“The Lord Will Multiply the Harvest” [evening with a General Authority, Feb. 6, 1998], 5–6; emphasis added). What does it mean that asking and answering questions is at the heart of all learning and all teaching. Well, this last week we hosted…
 
In this episode, Johanna Holtan Co-Convenor of the Race Equality and Anti-Racist Sub-Committee (REAR) and Programme Director, Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program talks to intersectional feminist scholar from the Global South, Dr Radhika Govinda, Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the School of Social and Political Science. Dr Govinda sits on the st…
 
Pres Nelson once said this about women…. “To help another human being reach one’s celestial potential is part of the divine mission of woman. As mother, teacher, or nurturing Saint, she molds living clay to the shape of her hopes. In partnership with God, her divine mission is to help spirits live and souls be lifted. This is the measure of her cre…
 
In this Teaching Matters podcast series, produced by The Race Equality and Anti-Racist Sub-Committee (REAR) at The University of Edinburgh in collaboration with Teaching Matters, we hear from different academics at the University about what Decolonising the Curriculum means for them, and how they have put this into practice in their learning and te…
 
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