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The Forest School Podcast

Lewis Ames and Wem Southerden

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Wem Southerden & Lewis Ames have run Forest School and training centre Children of the Forest since 2017. The Forest School Podcast was born when they wondered if their daily wafflechats and reflections about pedagogy, play and nature connection might be of interest to others. The podcast aims to inform and support educators, parents, outdoor and play practitioners and anyone interested in nature and the outdoors. Through book reviews – interviews with experts, practitioners and authors – sh ...
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A podcast designed for string and orchestra educators to learn from some of the best in the profession. Topics include string pedagogy, classroom management, program administration, assessment, current trends, work/life balance, and more. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/orchestrateacher/support
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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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Brass Mastery

James D. Newcomb

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Brass Mastery... What does that even mean? There's always something to work on; something that can be done better. Some thing that wasn't perfect. And even if we achieve some level of success on a brass instrument - have we truly mastered it? It's always two steps forward, one step back, isn't it? making the idea of Brass Mastery truly elusive. But what if our instrument is not the thing we should be trying to master. Maybe there's more to Brass Mastery than playing higher, faster and louder ...
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This show addresses the intersections of pedagogy and power in our connected — and challenging — education environment. It's the audiobook version of the open-access edited collection of the same name, published in February 2021. The book features twenty-seven chapters of provocative texts addressing the intersections of critical pedagogy and digital technology in our present political moment.
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Simplifying growth for musicians- especially violin, viola, fiddle, and cello players and teachers- with tips, insights, tools, and stories to grow in their practice, teaching, and career. Exploring intersections in creativity, music education, string playing, music business, and culture, Creative Strings is a non-profit organization supporting music education via online curriculum, orchestra classroom outreach, in-person retreats/conferences, and more. Executive director and host Christian ...
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Educating Empathy

Dr. Wendy Muhlhauser-Tingblad a.k.a SissyMarySue (SissyMarySue Education Fund)

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The Educating Empathy podcast explores diverse perspectives on secondary and postsecondary education. Discussions on the podcast will cover a wide range of topics related to educational policy, advocacy, leadership, pedagogy, and personal stories. We also delve into discussions about promoting empathetic understanding in society. This podcast is produced by SissyMarySue Education Fund, a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) committed to providing educational children’s programming, play-based learning, and ...
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Dr. Kecia Ray, Executive Director of the Center for Digital Education, speaks and consult widely on the use of digital technologies in K-12 and higher education. Her extensive travel gave rise to #whereskecia. The tag was adapted as the name for her podcast, in which Kecia discusses where she is today on issues of policy, practice and pedagogy in education and technology. She sometime deviates from the short-form podcast to interview other prominent players in the field on extended play epis ...
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Nothing Never Happens

Nothing Never Happens

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Nothing Never Happens is a journey into cutting-edge pedagogical theory and praxis, where co-hosts Tina Pippin and Lucia Hulsether connect with leading voices in radical teaching and learning. We engage a range of approaches — including but not limited to democratic, feminist, queer, decolonial, and abolitionist models.
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The Preschool Podcast

Ron Spreeuwenberg

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The Preschool Podcast, brought to you by HiMama, is a platform for learning from leading professionals in early childhood education. If you work in a daycare, childcare or preschool setting, The Preschool Podcast will provide you with both practical advice for managing your organization, center or classroom, as well as thought provoking content and insights about the field of early childhood education. Each week, we chat with leaders in early childhood education, from teachers and educators ...
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Welcome to Pursuing Questions: Imprints of inquiry, possibilities for play, and provocations for living. This is a podcast, formerly known as The Playful Podcast, is for those cultivating an ethos towards mutual flourishing, healing, learning and living well throughout the human experience; and that is the vision for this space. Guided by 5 values and 3 intentions, what might be encounter? Intentions: Imprints of inquiry: I wish to capture traces of my journey, because I believe it is worthy ...
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Research in Focus

SFU Faculty of Education

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Research in Focus is a new series hosted by the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University. This series focuses on in-depth interviews and discussions with Faculty members on their research activities and the impacts of their work locally and internationally.
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From the Teaching and Learning Collaborative at the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, Massachusetts, join host Josh Luckens as we "dive deep into the art and science of teaching and learning" at Wentworth and beyond. Stay curious with us! Co-Lab Podcast Credits- Host & Producer: Josh Luckens Editor: Sarah Walkowiak Music: Michael Kobrin, Pixabay
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Teaching in 10

Dr. Sarah Montgomery

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Teaching in Ten is a podcast from the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at the University of Northern Iowa. The purpose of the podcast is to provide a space for higher education faculty to share teaching strategies and stories about how they engage students and support student success and well-being in ten-minute episodes.The podcast will serve as an on-demand resource for faculty development and create a space where faculty and higher education professionals can feel mor ...
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We welcome to the podcast Marcus Reynolds, who with his Stratos Brass device has provided a beacon of hope for the thousands of brass players across the globe who struggle with embouchure issues. Like many great triumphs in life, Marcus' journey to becoming a tireless promoter of safer and healthier brass playing began with a tragedy. A major lip i…
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Support The ForestSchool Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠ www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠ 🌲🎧. Leave this episode a review on yourpodcast player! Find out about our sessions andForest School Leader Training in Devon, UK atwww.children-of-the-forest.com Summary In this episode of The Forest School Podcast, Lewis…
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Malcolm McNab is quite possibly the greatest trumpeter in the world that you've never heard of. I recall a friend of mine back in 2008-09 timeframe putting in Malcolm's CD Exquisite, and being unable to believe what I was hearing. The range, the accuracy, the musicality. My friend said something along the lines of, "This is the guy who played the l…
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Supporting the podcast at www.patreon.com/theforest school podcast Get in touch at www.theforestschoolpodcast.com Train with us at www.children-of-the-forest.com Summary The conversation explores the decline in nature connection among teenagers and the challenges of engaging adolescents with nature. It delves into the impact of autonomy, rebellion,…
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Body + Mind + Spirit = Mastery. Now available is a collection of excerpts from some of the most popular episodes of the Trumpet Dynamics podcast featuring the likes of Chris Coletti, Sergei Nakariakov, Manny Laureano, and more. It's a FREE download available right now on brassmastery.com! Mentioned in this episode: CTA Look us up on the web at bras…
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What is anarchist pedagogy? What does it have to do with so-called “alternative” schools, where mainstream educational systems often send students they have expelled, suspended, or otherwise excluded? How can working at the intersection of anarchist pedagogical philosophy and marginalized educational spaces open up new layers for how we rearrange p…
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Laleña Garcia discusses how comparison and competition among kids have deep societal roots. She shares insights on trans joy, community care, and building inclusive spaces. Through personal stories and projects, Laleña aims to foster understanding and support for all identities. Teacher Tom’s Podcast is all about taking play seriously. In each ep…
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Body + Mind + Spirit = Mastery. Now available is a collection of excerpts from some of the most popular episodes of the Trumpet Dynamics podcast featuring the likes of Chris Coletti, Sergei Nakariakov, Manny Laureano, and more. It's a FREE download available right now on brassmastery.com! brassmastery.com/bergman When I first approached Jason Bergm…
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Check out this fantastic conversation with Dr. David Miller of the University of Kentucky. Dr. Miller discusses his discovery of string teaching (as a horn player growing up), the graduate opportunities at UK, his publications and research, and the string teacher shortage! -- David Miller is an Assistant Professor of Music Education at the Universi…
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Deeply passionate about early education, Denita Dinger promotes cultivating curiosity and autonomy in young learners by fostering environments rich in opportunities for play and natural growth—guiding principles she lives by to help ignite a love for lifelong learning in children. Denita discusses the often-misguided focus on kindergarten readiness…
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Support The ForestSchool Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠ www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠ 🌲🎧. Leave this episode a review on yourpodcast player! Find out about our sessions andForest School Leader Training in Devon, UK atwww.children-of-the-forest.com Summary The Forest School Podcast discusses the concept of …
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Get your Forest School Confessions in at www.theforestschoolpodcast.com Support The ForestSchool Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠ www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠ 🌲🎧. Leave this episode a review on yourpodcast player! Sponsors: Carbonfarmers.world for Tawi Stoves! Guest Info: https://www.hackneyoutdoors.co.uk/s…
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Welcome to Teacher Tom’s Podcast, which is all about taking play seriously. In each episode, Teacher Tom inspires early childhood educators, parents, and other listeners with information, techniques, and best practices to provide children an authentic play-filled childhood. Kisha Reid is an educational consultant and advocate of developmentally app…
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An innovative music educator and accomplished musician, composer, conductor and performer, Ron Castonguay was named Director of the Arts and Music Director at The Frederick Gunn School in 2019. Ron teaches all levels of Vocal Ensemble, String Ensemble, and Concert Jazz Band as well as AP Music Theory and provides private music instruction. He is re…
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Support The ForestSchool Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠ www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠ 🌲🎧. Leave this episode a review on yourpodcast player! Find out about our sessions andForest School Leader Training in Devon, UK atwww.children-of-the-forest.com —Sponsors: Carbonfarmers.world for Tawi Stoves!—Summary In …
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Ari Iny is the Director of Growth at Mirasee and co-host of the podcast Course Lab on Mirasee FM. “Often we’ll get something across our desks that feels urgent, that you feel like, okay, I really need to respond to this as soon as possible … when maybe you don’t.”— Ari Iny Ari Iny started at Mirasee in 2014 as the company’s Facebook ad coordinator.…
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Marcello DeFrancesco interviews Christian Howes as research for his PHD in music education. They discuss questions related to improvisation, nuances of learning techniques, the influence of genres like Jazz on improvisation, and the critical role of educational institutions in fostering creativity. Delving into personal experiences, they explore im…
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Support The ForestSchool Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠ www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠ 🌲🎧. Leave this episode a review on yourpodcast player! Find out about our sessions andForest School Leader Training in Devon, UK atwww.children-of-the-forest.com — GuestInfo: https://lucyfjones.com/ — Sponsors: Carbonfarm…
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Welcome to Teacher Tom’s Podcast, which is all about taking play seriously. In each episode, Teacher Tom inspires early childhood educators, parents, and other listeners with information, techniques, and best practices to provide children an authentic play-filled childhood. “We learn from having the time, space, and autonomy to question, explore, a…
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Support The Forest School Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠⁠⁠ ⁠www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠⁠ 🌲🎧. Leave this episode a review on your podcast player! Find out about our sessions and Forest School Leader Training in Devon, UK at www.children-of-the-forest.com — Sponsors: www.Carbonfarmers.world for Tawi Stoves…
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Author of the book, 'Make Great Music with Ease! The Secret to Smarter Practice, Confident Performance, and Living a Happier Life', Jennifer Roig-Francolí is an international award-winning violinist, double-certified Alexander Technique teacher, and creator of The Art of Freedom® Method for conscious living and masterful artistry. Jennifer’s inspir…
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This bonus episode contains a few brief, live interviews from the ASTA/SAA Conference in Louisville. March 21-22, 2024. The ASTA conference this year was absolutely fantastic! There was such a positive vibe and the energy was electric. The guests on this podcast include: Jean Lee from Michigan State University Eric McAllister from NV Dr. Mark Layco…
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In this episode, we delve into the effects of AI technologies, particularly ChatGPT, on university education, featuring insights from Dr. Joel Heng Hartse and Dr. Daniel Chang. From an instructor's viewpoint, they explore the dynamic interplay between AI technology and their teaching approaches, highlighting both potential risks and opportunities. …
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Welcome to Teacher Tom’s Podcast, which is all about taking play seriously. In each episode, Teacher Tom inspires early childhood educators, parents, and other listeners with information, techniques, and best practices to provide children an authentic play-filled childhood. Kelsie Olds is an occupational therapist best known online as “The Occuplay…
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What does critical pedagogy offer when it comes to texts entangled with histories of oppression and disenfranchisement? How might we approach these texts so as to ask new questions and bring out different stories? In this episode, we discuss these questions with three scholars from the Institute for Signifying Scriptures. These scholars discuss how…
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Support The Forest School Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠⁠⁠ ⁠www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠⁠ 🌲🎧. Find out about our sessions and Forest School Leader Training in Devon, UK at www.children-of-the-forest.com — Guest Info: https://outdoorplayandlearning.org.uk/ — Sponsors:Carbonfarmers.world for Tawi Stoves!Vis…
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Support The Forest School Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠⁠⁠ ⁠www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠⁠ 🌲🎧. Find out about our sessions and Forest School Leader Training in Devon, UK at www.children-of-the-forest.com — Guest Info: https://tideview.com/ — Sponsors:Visit ⁠HelloFresh⁠ to get 60% off your 1st box + 25% off…
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Welcome to Teacher Tom’s Podcast, which is all about taking play seriously. In each episode, Teacher Tom inspires early childhood educators, parents, and other listeners with information, techniques, and best practices to provide children an authentic play-filled childhood. Lisa Murphy is the founder and CEO of Ooey Gooey, Inc., a frequent lecturer…
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Support The Forest School Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠ www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠ 🌲🎧. — Guest Info: www.robertpoynton.com — Sponsors:Visit HelloFresh to get 60% off your 1st box + 25% off for 2 months + free gifts! Sign up with Skillshare for 30% off annual membershipProtect your computer with Nord VP…
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Welcome to Teacher Tom’s Podcast, which is all about taking play seriously. In each episode, Teacher Tom inspires early childhood educators, parents, and other listeners with information, techniques, and best practices to provide children an authentic play-filled childhood. “Teacher Tom” Hobson is the host of this podcast, the founder of Teacher To…
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Support The Forest School Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠ www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠ 🌲🎧. — Sponsors:Visit HelloFresh to get 60% off your 1st box + 25% off for 2 months + free gifts! Sign up with Skillshare for 30% off annual membershipProtect your computer with Nord VPN --- Summary In this episode, Lewis…
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How can we align our pedagogies with the Palestinian freedom struggle and other anti-colonial movements? How do we tune our minds and imaginations toward just futures--even and especially when facing retaliation for liberationist stances? In light of the reinvigorated global struggle for a free Palestine, and as we witness the state of Israel's ong…
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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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Support The Forest School Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠⁠⁠ ⁠www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠⁠ 🌲🎧. — Sponsors:Visit ⁠HelloFresh⁠ to get 60% off your 1st box + 25% off for 2 months + free gifts! Sign up with ⁠Skillshare⁠ for 30% off annual membershipProtect your computer with ⁠Nord VPN⁠ --- Summary This convers…
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Support The Forest School Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠ www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠ 🌲🎧. — Guest Info: https://sarahockwell-smith.com/ — Sponsors:Visit HelloFresh to get 60% off your 1st box + 25% off for 2 months + free gifts! Sign up with Skillshare for 30% off annual membershipProtect your computer wi…
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Welcome to Teacher Tom’s Podcast, which is all about taking play seriously. In each episode, Teacher Tom inspires early childhood educators, parents, and other listeners with information, techniques, and best practices to provide children an authentic play-filled childhood. Suzanne Axelsson works as a pedagogical consultant to guide creating democr…
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Ryan Silvestri is in his twelfth year at Wando High School as Director of Orchestras. A native of Boardman, Ohio, Mr. Silvestri earned a bachelor's degree in instrumental music education from Florida State University and a master's degree in violin performance from UNC-Greensboro. He is currently pursuing a doctor of music education degree from Lib…
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Support The Forest School Podcast on Patreon for bonus episodes and ad-free episodes at ⁠⁠⁠ ⁠www.patreon.com/theforestschoolpodcast⁠⁠ 🌲🎧. — Guest Info:⁠https://peterkindfieldphd.substack.com⁠⁠ https://hilltopeducation.com⁠ — Sponsors:Visit ⁠HelloFresh⁠ to get 60% off your 1st box + 25% off for 2 months + free gifts! Sign up with ⁠Skillshare⁠ for 30…
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Welcome to Teacher Tom’s Podcast, which is all about taking play seriously. In each episode, Teacher Tom supports early childhood educators, parents, and other listeners with information, techniques, and best practices to provide children with an authentic play-filled childhood. Dr. Denisha Jones is the Executive Director of Defending the Early Yea…
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Welcome to Teacher Tom’s Podcast, which is all about taking play seriously. In each episode, Teacher Tom supports early childhood educators, parents, and other listeners with information, techniques, and best practices to provide children with an authentic play-filled childhood. Maggie Dent is an author, educator, and parenting and resilience speci…
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Welcome to Teacher Tom’s Podcast, which is all about taking play seriously. In each episode, Teacher Tom supports early childhood educators, parents, and other listeners with information, techniques, and best practices to provide children with an authentic play-filled childhood. Lenore Skenazy is the accidental pioneer of the “free-range kids movem…
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“Teacher Tom” Hobson is an early childhood educator, international speaker, education consultant, teacher of teachers, parent educator, and author. He is best known, however, for his namesake blog, Teacher Tom's Blog, where he has posted daily for over a decade, chronicling the life and times of his little preschool in the rain-soaked Pacific North…
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Josh Luckens of the Wentworth Institute of Technology, Joan Zaretti of Bryant University and Karen Hopkins of Auburn University discuss their experiences creating playful and play-based programs and activities aimed at engaging learners and building community. They share strategies for cultivating a sense of belonging, purpose, and trust among stud…
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