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The Equity Outcomes Podcast presents audio narrated publications by Dr. David R. Arendale focused on creating a learning environment that supports all students to achieve their educational goals. These audiobooks will include topics on student-led academic study groups, Universal Design for Learning principles that instructors can use in their classroom, antiracism practices to create inclusive learning enviornments, and more.
 
The “PALgroups Podcast” is focused on college study review groups. PAL is the name for the study review groups used at the University of Minnesota. We drew upon best practices from national models such as Supplemental Instruction, Peer-led Team Learning, and the Emerging Scholars Program. I served on the team that created the PAL model on our campus. I serve as an Associate Professor in the Curriculum and Instruction Department within the College of Education and Human Development. Some epis ...
 
Michael J. Feuer, Dean of the George Washington University's Graduate School of Education and Human Development, talks with researchers, practitioners, and policymakers about effective strategies and ideas for improving our schools and colleges. He explores ways to connect their worlds to take on some of education’s most complex issues. Education is the greatest contributor to ​​our nation's economic and social progress. It requires knowledge, agility, and optimism ​from many sources. ​From ...
 
"Then and Now" connects events from the past with today's news headlines. Current episodes are history topics from my global culture and history course. In 2006, the podcast started as a project with students in my introductory global history and culture course at the University of Minnesota. Previous episodes in the podcast included a review of history topics, special music episodes connecting a country's culture with its artistic production through music, special interview episodes with vo ...
 
This is the stuff you millionaires in the making need to know to kick start or propel you on your financial fitness journey. Tracey Bissett, Founder of Bissett Financial Fitness and award winning Financial Literacy Champion, gives you the straight goods each week to set yourself up for financial success. As a former executive at TD Bank, one of Canada's Big 5 Banks, Tracey has worked with and in support of thousands of individuals and entrepreneurs to secure the financing they needed. This h ...
 
Dedicated to personal finance, career building, goal setting, and postsecondary education, David J. Waldron publishes books on how to take control and achieve the personal and professional dreams that matter most in your life. If you enjoy the content, please post a review. Plus, visit davidjwaldron.com and find out how to receive a complimentary advance reader copy of David's upcoming book, Common Stock Investing (when it becomes available.) Podcast Episodes: Season 3.0 - Investing; Season ...
 
California State University podcast Higher Ed Rewired features inspirational stories from higher education faculty, researchers, landscape of postsecondary education. They bring listeners along on their journey of engaging students with innovative practices, overcoming institutional challenges and creating groundbreaking research. Each episode will inspire and expand the listener's understanding of the foundations of student success in higher education.
 
Ken Steele is Canada's most trusted higher ed monitor and futurist, and an in-demand campus and keynote speaker. He conceived and co-founded Academica Group in 2004, a market research firm focused on postsecondary education. Created and edited Canada's leading higher ed news daily, the Academica Top Ten, for its first decade of publication. Co-authored Canada's first book on Strategic Enrolment Intelligence. Curates the Eduvation IdeaBank, published an almost-weekly podcast "Ten with Ken," f ...
 
This monthly podcast focuses on P-20 education pathways with a focus on research and leadership that promotes educational equity, justice, and excellence for all students. This podcast is a product of the Office of Community College Research and Leadership or OCCRL at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Learn more about OCCRL at occrl.illinois.edu.
 
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Sean Elliott discusses his recently completed study with graduates of college or university programs and who have lived in residential placement. Sean, who identifies as a “foster care alumni” talks about why he used an asset-based approach by focusing on success factors, learnings from the study, and how educators and others can support students w…
 
According to Dr. Deborah Loewenberg Ball, mathematics has the power to disrupt white supremacy unlike any other subject in school. As a professor and former Dean at the University of Michigan, Director of TeachingWorks, and elementary school math teacher herself, Deborah pushes back on the notion that math is culturally neutral. In fact, she believ…
 
“Learning loss” – the idea that students failed to stay on their previous trajectory – has been much discussed in K-12 education during the pandemic. We hear far less about it in higher education, even though students and faculty members alike consistently say they believe students have learned less in the last year than they usually do. In this we…
 
Jackie Porter is an awarding-winning certified financial planner, best-selling author, and featured speaker who has helped thousands of clients grow their net worth, build a fortress around their finances, and keep more of their cash in their pockets. In this episode, Jackie joins the show to talk about Anti-Black racism in Canada and its adverse e…
 
Today we delve into education issues with two special guests, U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, and U.S. Representative Alma Adams from the NC 12th district. These two life-long educators have been spending time on the ground in NC and share what they consider to be critical issues during Covid recovery and in the coming years. They remin…
 
Students have offered mixed assessments of their learning experiences during the pandemic year. Many of them have complained about the lack of interaction with peers and professors in virtual environments, but appreciated the flexibility they gained in when and how they learned. With many colleges planning a significant if not full return to their …
 
On this episode Chanice McAnuff of (Founder of Project Outsoders) and Vivian Patruno (Producer and Editor) continue their discussion regarding their experience growing up in foster care with social workers and staff. The two reflect on the system gaps in their experience and how social workers and housing staff have the power to impact youth in tre…
 
Have you heard about "revenge spending"? This term was created to describe the frenzied spending that is taking place now that people are able to get out and spend their money again. This rush to spend typically follows an unprecedented event—such as the pandemic—as people seek to reclaim control and a sense of normalcy. So in this episode, I will …
 
S14-E09 In part six, I complete my review of the impact of the Industrial Revolution with new political theories. We explore the connections between early political theories and those that operate today and can be seen through media reports. In some cases, the names of the political systems have not changed over time. Today’s debates between the De…
 
Many college students and professors will return to their physical campuses this fall, and it’s tempting to think things will return to “normal” when they do. But given the events of the past 15 months, what happens in the classroom come September is likely to be anything but normal. In this week’s episode of The Key, Mays Imad, professor of pathop…
 
Coursera CEO Jeff Maggioncalda joins the program to discuss the important role that his company has played during the pandemic, and how online learning can help increase the accessibility of education and decrease inequality. Discover some of the biggest learning and education trends that have occurred over the past year and the changing nature of …
 
A Chartered Professional Accountant by training, Robin Taub began her career at KPMG, transitioned into real estate, and then landed in the complex world of derivatives marketing at Citibank Canada. Today, she’s a professional speaker and the author of The Wisest Investment, an update of the bestselling A Parent’s Guide to Raising Money-Smart Kids.…
 
Today on our show, we’d like to take the time to explain the federal, state and local roles in education, and how each of those actors contributes to supporting education in different, yet very necessary ways. Joining us to discuss these roles are Lindsay Wagner, the Director of Communications for the Public School Forum, and Congresswoman Deborah …
 
S14-E08 In part five, I continue the impact of the Industrial Revolution with a review of the new economic theories. We explore the connections between early economic theories and those that operate today and can be seen through media reports. Today’s debates between the Democrats and Republications on the role of the government in the lives of its…
 
Listening to alternative points of view isn’t a particularly favored activity in many corners of society these days. But it remains one of the best ways – perhaps one of the only ways – of bridging the many divides (racial, economic, cultural) currently afflicting many aspects of our world. So argues Ronald A. Crutcher, president of the University …
 
We did it! Together we have created 200 episodes, are listened to in over 40 countries and have been downloaded over 165,000 times! I am so excited to know that you are enjoying the show, and I love the engagement we have received over the years. In this episode, I'm flipping the show for you—I will be interviewed by my long-time friend, Jennifer B…
 
S14-E07 In part four, I continue the impact of the Industrial Revolution on the creation of new social classes such as the working class. We explore the positives and negatives of the IR upon the average people who work in the factories and live in the urban landscape. We do part of this review through popular literature at the time that offer a so…
 
On this episode Chanice McAnuff of (founder of Project Outsoders) and Vivian Patruno (Producer and Editor) discuss their experience growing up in foster care with social workers and staff. The two reflect on the system gaps in their experience and how social workers and housing staff have the power to impact youth in tremendous ways. For more infor…
 
S01-E10 In this podcast episode, we feature a previously published article named “Mentoring in the Classroom: Making the Implicit Explicit” Based upon the SI model, this publication identifies some of the strategies used by SI leaders to mentor their student that instructors can do to make things that they think are clear to the students (the impli…
 
What skills, knowledge and abilities do students develop as they navigate through college? How do students themselves know, and how do institutions arm their graduates to show prospective employers what they know and can do? This week’s episode explores an effort to iterate beyond the academic transcript, which has historically been the main tool a…
 
I recently spoke with the Canadian Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, a group of hard-working professionals supporting students across Canada at colleges and universities, about financial fitness in 2021, and today I'll be sharing with you the thoughts I spoke about with them. It was wonderful to hear their perspectives and questi…
 
S14-E06 In part three, I focus on the impact of the Industrial Revolution on six areas of society: shift from farm to factory, population growth, urbanization, creation of new social classes, development of new economic theories, and development of new political theories. We stop at the end of my review of urbanization. The next episode continue th…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic forced almost every college or university to make do without a physical campus at some point in the last 15 months. But many students and employees yearned to return, and most institutions anticipate resuming at least quasi-normal in-person operations this fall. But changes in how students learn and employees work will almost …
 
S01-E09 In this podcast episode, we feature a previously published article named “Use of Supplemental Instruction at an urban high school” The same learning strategies that are modeled during SI in a first-year college history course can also be modeled and practiced in a high school history course. Westport High School was adopted by the former bi…
 
For many of us, these last 16 months have been a challenge, both personally and professionally. With constant worry about the future in regards to our health, our finances, and the wellness of our loved ones, it’s hard to find the positives in this situation. However, during this time I have had the pleasure of speaking with some amazing people, an…
 
S04-E18 This episode introduces us to Madelaine who is a study group leader for the SI program at Vancouver Island University in Canada. This is part two of a four-part series of the VIU program. Like many other study group leaders, she reported how she served as a tutor in high school and enjoyed the experience of assisting the teacher. In additio…
 
S04-E17 This episode introduces us to Shelley-Anne who manages the SI program at Vancouver Island University in Canada. A majority of our conversation was spent with how Shelley-Anne has organized former SI leaders to serve as mentors to the new SI leaders. A great deal of responsibility has been delegated to the mentors with the training system, o…
 
S01-E08 We feature a previously published article named “Use of Supplemental Instruction at the UMKC School of Law.” The focus for this publication was the use of SI in the School of Law. There is a high dropout rate in law school just like with the first year of college. The same strategies that are used by SI leaders in an introductory history co…
 
In this episode, Dr. Francena Turner talks with humanities educators at community colleges in California and North Carolina about the importance of the humanities to community colleges and to community college students. The guests also share the challenges they've faced during COVID-19, as well as the challenges they've experienced in introducing s…
 
S14-E05 In part two, I focus on why England was the leader of the Industrial Revolution. The confluence of geographical advantages, its previous dominance as a sea power, economic wealth, and other advantages help to explain why they were the leader in Western Europe. The next episode will focus on the impact of the Industrial Revolution on society…
 
Students and state and federal governments alike are asking increasingly hard questions about the return on their investment in postsecondary education, as tuitions and debt grow. In this episode of The Key, which is sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, three experts with a diverse set of perspectives discuss the government role in ens…
 
With Bitcoin being the hot topic as of late, there are many questions circulating about what it is and how you can involve yourself with cryptocurrency. To help us dive into this topic and clear up any misconceptions around Bitcoin is the author of Magic Internet Money: A Book About Bitcoin, Jesse Berger. In this episode, Jesse will be breaking dow…
 
Jason Tyszko, VP of the Center for Education and Workforce at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, joins the program to discuss the work of the Foundation, and the urgent need for skilling and reskilling the U.S. Labor Force. Jason reveals his thoughts about the need to reimagine what it looks like for the public sector to engage with the busin…
 
S14-E04 S14-E4 I feature the Industrial Revolution in Western Europe and dig deeper to make the connections with current event and the history forces that shaped and caused it. In part one, I first provide an overview of the unit. I recommend that you download the student PowerPoint slide handout to follow along. I connect the history forces that h…
 
When we are more productive in our lives, we are able to have balance and get things done efficiently - all of which lead to increasing our earning potential. However, with so many distractions in this technology focused world we live in, it can be difficult to remain on task and stop procrastinating. So, in this episode, I will be speaking with Ma…
 
(Bonus PDF) The course syllabus is the guide for a course. It contains the learning objectives, calendar of activities, homework assignments, resources to help be more successful, and rules and regulations of the college. This is what guided my global history course and was distributed to my students on the first day of class.…
 
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