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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

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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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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This podcast is for the piano teacher who wants to go beyond the method book. We will dive into games, printables, products, and ideas for bringing fun and creativity into your piano studio. If you are looking for dynamic ways to enhance your piano studio, you've come to the right place!
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An education podcast exploring the use of comics in education. Each episode I’ll be joined by a special guest from a wide range of backgrounds, from passionate education professionals to academics and industry experts. I'll be exploring a wide range of perspectives in the search for information and inspiration. Listen in if you’d like to grow your understanding of the theory behind comics, discover the most effective approaches to using comics and graphic novels in your classroom and gain in ...
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Choir Fam Podcast

Dean Luethi & Matthew Myers

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The Choir Fam Podcast is a venue for conversations about the current state of choral music. Hosts Dean Luethi and Matthew Myers seek to bring the worldwide choral community closer together through their discussions with a variety of guests who work with choir in its various forms. The goal of the podcast is to provide listeners with interesting tidbits of knowledge they could use in day-to-day choral rehearsals and to bring light to the ways that issues in the choral field are being observed ...
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On this podcast, we interview voice and bodywork professionals to provide helpful information for overall health and optimal function of the voice. We interview SLPs, Otolaryngologists, Manual Therapists, Body Oriented Psychotherapists, Health Coaches, Fitness Instructors, Broadway Performers, Opera singers, Singer/Songwriters, Voice Teachers, Composers, Company Managers, Sports Broadcasters, and more. It is our mission to educate the professional voice user and provide knowledgable, creativ ...
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Tips, insights, and stories to help musicians- especially violin, viola, fiddle, and cello players and teachers- grow in their practice, teaching, and/or career. Exploring intersections in creativity, music education, string playing, music business, and culture, Creative Strings is a non-profit organization supporting music education through the creation of online curriculum, school orchestra classroom outreach, in-person retreats/conferences, and more. Host Christian Howes is a classically ...
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The PsychSessions podcast is co-hosted by Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College and Eric Landrum from Boise State University. We leverage our connections with psychology teachers from all levels (high school, community college, college, university) and individuals from other occupations to have meaningful conversations about what it means to be an educator. Of course, we veer away from the teaching conversation from time to time to hear about origin stories and the personal perspectives of our ...
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Teaching Python

Sean Tibor and Kelly Paredes

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A podcast by Kelly Paredes and Sean Tibor about their adventures teaching middle school computer science, problem-solving, handling failure, frustration, and victory through the lens of the Python programming language. Kelly Paredes has taught all over the world and specializes in curriculum design and development. She currently teaches sixth and seventh-grade computer science at Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This is her fifth year using Python. Sean Tibor is a Senior Cloud ...
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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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Explore human anatomy and physiology (A&P) teaching and learning with host Kevin Patton. An experienced professor, textbook author, and mentor, Kevin is a recognized leader in A&P teaching. The A&P Professor updates science content and provides practical teaching advice. Want some ideas to supercharge your A&P course? How about some support from a fellow A&P professor? This is the podcast for you!
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The Sports Coaching Hub Podcast

Cardiff Metropolitan University

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Welcome to Cardiff Metropolitan University’s Coaching Hub Podcast. Led by Dr Christian Edwards, the Coaching Hub is a space where cutting-edge research is developed and partnerships with National and International Government Bodies are established, offering consultancy services and coach education courses. In each episode, our guests will share their knowledge and experiences and have research-informed conversations with Manuel Santos, Mike Castle and Oli Lum, about the practical implication ...
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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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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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Praxis pedagogy exists to promote those who are honing their craft as educators. Life is an apprenticeship and we want to support a rising guild of educators across all disciplines and backgrounds who wish to center their praxis and their pedagogy on what really matters.
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Rhetoricity

Eric Detweiler

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Rhetoricity is a quasi-academic podcast that draws on rhetoric, theory, weird sound effects, and the insights of a lot of other people. It's something that's a little strange and, with luck, a little interesting. The podcast's description will evolve along with it. So far, most episodes feature interviews with rhetoric and writing scholars. The podcast is a project of Eric Detweiler, an assistant professor in the Department of English at Middle Tennessee State University. For more on Rhetori ...
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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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Persons of Interest

Kendall George & Ben Crace

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Persons of Interest is an unscripted, real, authentic dialog between two self-identified postmodern-generation citizens of the planet Earth. Kendall George and Ben Crace explore topics of interest to people living beyond the modern era. Subjects include technology, spirituality, politics, life, love, meaning, purpose, saving the world, and making a difference.
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Listen in to learn about Montessori education and discover how you can apply Montessori principles at home. Designed for parents but available to all we cover topics from choosing a school to supporting children develop healthy relationships with their peers and siblings.
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Soundwriting Pedagogies

Courtney S. Danforth, Kyle D. Stedman, & Michael J. Faris

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This is the audio-only version of Soundwriting Pedagogies, edited by Courtney S. Danforth, Kyle D. Stedman, & Michael J. Faris. The availability of digital tools has made it easier than ever to record and edit sound, and teachers of composition have noticed. In the audio-only versions of chapters that follow, you will find theories, examples, and lots of audio to encourage the use and value of soundwriting in composition, writing, rhetoric, and communications classrooms. Crank it up. The ful ...
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7 Minutes in Heaven is a podcast devotional for educators hosted by Pratiá Jordan of PrayerAndPedagogy.com. The purpose of this podcast is to edify, equip and encourage the co-laborers in the field of education through the Word of God. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/prayerandpedagogy/support
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CCIRA Inc., Colorado's literacy organization, is ready to chat about literacy with some fantastic literacy experts. Get ready to learn, expand your list of educational heroes, and gather ideas about ways you can improve your teaching practice.
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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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The HBS hosts discuss how the Luddites were right about why we hate our jobs. The term “luddite” generally functions as an insult these days. It is something people are accused of, and a term that no one would claim for themselves. To adopt and adapt to new technologies is part of what it means to be progressive and modern, not to mention hip. Howe…
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Violin bow techniques vary between classical and jazz violin playing- listen to learn why it's important to know them both. Follow Dr. Lynn Kuo at her wonderful Youtube Channel @violynnkuo Our discussion reveals insight into bow usage, articulation, and maintaining bow contact for rhythmical precision. Dr. Kuo shares insights on optimizing sound pr…
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In this episode: We welcome one of our all-time favorite guests, Sue Frantz, to the podcast. Sue talks about her new role as Associate Director of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP). We also get a chance to discuss some of Sue's many contributions to psychology, including multiple blogs, conference presentations, and her published boo…
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In this episode: It's all about transitions, whether it's the transition to department chair or back again, the transitions with promotions in academia, sabbatical transitions, thoughts about retirement, and even the transition to leave academia for a different workplace. It's about flexibility and accepting gains and losses in any type of substant…
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In this episode: We have the delightful opportunity to interview two international doctoral students, Moonkyung Min who is from South Korea, and Elvine Andjembe Etogho who is from Gabon in Central Africa. Our conversation touches on language challenges, living outside one's home country, plans for after graduate school, and much more. We engage in …
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Join us for Part Two of our conversation with Rebecca Thomas, Director of the Pathways ePortfolio Program at Bucknell University. We discuss the surprising insights and impressive projects that students have been able to incorporate into their education. For more information about this podcast, please visit our podcast website using the link below:…
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In this episode, Mike sat down with Dr Daniel Spencer (Lecturer in Sports Coaching, Cardiff Metropolitan University) and returning guest Dr Charlie Corsby (Senior Lecturer in Sports Coaching, Cardiff Metropolitan University). In this episode, they discussed the main findings of Dan's doctoral thesis focused on the language used in the coaching fiel…
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In this Episode Lucy chats to official World Book Day illustrator 2024 and comics artist Vivian Truong. We discuss her journey into comics, life as a World Book Day illustrator and her graphic novels City of Dragons: The Awakening Storm and Cooking with Monsters. Vivian: X: @SuperRisu Instagram: @superrisu BBC Teach: www.bbc.co.uk/teach and https:/…
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In this episode Eric interviewed six individuals from the American Psychological Association's Guidelines 3.0 Task Force, including Jane Halonen (Chair), University of West Florida, Dave Kreiner, University of Central Missouri, Karen Naufel, Georgia Southern University, Garth Neufeld, Cascadia College, Susan Nolan, Seton Hall University, and Aaron …
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"The greatest lesson that I learned as a gig singer is that your career and reputation are built one chance at a time. You get one chance and one chance only. If I want people to go out on a limb for me and recommend me for a gig, then I have to make sure that I'm protecting their reputation as well as my own. That starts with never being late, alw…
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Dive into a profound exploration of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome on The Visceral Voice Podcast with your host Christine Schneider. In this episode, Christine sits down with Eloise Strager, a Licensed Massage Therapist and CranioSacral Therapist in western CT specializing in working with people with hypermobility conditions such as the Ehlers-Danlos Syndr…
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On today's episode, Rachel is joined by Amy Elmore to discuss two ways that piano teachers can increase their summer income that you might not have thought of. Rachel and Amy are each creating digital courses for piano teachers who want to increase their income and diversify beyond teaching private lessons. Connect with Amy: Email: amy@keystopraise…
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Michael Hardt returned to discuss his most recent book, The Subversive Seventies.Hardt argues that the 1970s offers an inspiring and useful guide for contemporary radical political thought and action. Although we can still learn much from the movements of the sixties, that decade's struggles for peace, justice, and freedom fundamentally marked the …
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The HBS hosts parse the difference between mistakes, half-truths, embellishments, and outright lies. George Costanza (from the TV series Seinfeld) once insisted: “It’s not a lie if you believe it.” This seems both true and false. It's certainly wrong to claim that someone lied accidentally, so intention, and therefore knowing what you are saying is…
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In this special Excelsior Award Special Episode Lucy chats to Paul Register, founder of the Excelsior Award, the biggest book award for graphic novels and manga in the UK! What makes the awards so special is that from the expertly curated shortlists, children and young people vote for the winning book in each category themselves - a great tool for …
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In this episode of Digication Scholars Conversations, join host Jeff Yan as he speaks with Rebecca Thomas, Director of the Pathways ePortfolio Program at Bucknell University. They delve into the concept of holistic learning in engineering, the importance of integrating technical and human aspects, and the role of ePortfolios in helping students nav…
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Henry Somers-Hall joined us to discuss a chapter from a book he's currently writing on A Thousand Plateaus. This discussion focuses on a chapter from the book, Treatise on Nomadology: The War Machine.Henry's Links:https://henrysomershall.net/about/https://pure.royalholloway.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/henry-somershall(9b215915-fcd6-4567-8463-c0c39f5aed…
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Resources Hal Leonard Intermediate Band Method Beat Elimination as a Means of Teaching Intonation to Beginning Wind Instrumentalists, The Journal of Research in Music Education, Winer 1972 The Problem of Tonality in Seventheenth Century Music, Delbert M. Beswick, Music, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of North Carolina, 1950 Musical Performance: Lea…
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Thank you for listening to our show this season!! Here are the favorite choral pieces from our guests in the second season: Sommerpsalm, Waldemar Åhlén Christmas Oratorio, Johann Sebastian Bach Komm, Jesu, Komm; Johann Sebastian Bach Agnus Dei, Samuel Barber Bluegrass Mass, Carol Barnett Afternoon on a Hill, Eric Barnum Missa Solemnis, Ludwig van B…
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In Episode 126 of the "Teaching Python" podcast, hosts Sean Tibor and Kelly Schuster-Paredes delve into the fascinating realm of projects and portfolios for young coders. Expanding on the importance of showcasing coding skills, they explore how portfolios act as a powerful tool to demonstrate creativity, discipline, and coding standards. By creatin…
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Welcome to the Blue Beryl, a podcast with intelligent conversations about Buddhism, Asian Medicine, and embodied spirituality. In this episode, host Dr Pierce Salguero sits down with BBP producer Dr Lan Li to reflect on Season 1 and look ahead to Season 2. We discuss showing up for scholarly work as a whole person, how studying Buddhist medicine ch…
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We want to hear from you! We'd love all our listeners to answer our Season 3 lightning-round questions for us to share with our audience. We are looking forward to getting to know you better. Email choirfampodcast@gmail.com with the following info: Subject Line: Choir Fam Minisode First and last name, pronouns optional City and state you live in Sc…
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Choir Fam Minisode 3 includes Lightning Round answers from two of our Choir Fam listeners: Stephen Salamunovich Renton, Washington Anneliese Zook Garfield, Washington We want to hear from you! We'd love all our listeners to answer our Season 1 lightning-round questions for us to share with our audience. We are looking forward to getting to know you…
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The HBS hosts consider the sands through the hourglass. It seems as if, when we’re young, the solution to all of our problems is just getting older—when will people take me seriously? when will I understand my own body? when will I gain the confidence to assert my own will? or, just be myself? Then, as we age, it paradoxically occurs to us that the…
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Lucy chats to academic Kevin Hoffin. Kevin is a senior lecturer in Criminology, working at Birmingham City University. His main research interests are cultural theory and critical media literacy (particularly around crime and justice). He also looks at innovating pedagogy with comics, and is working on an Ed.D to argue for a distinct comics pedagog…
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