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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 ...
 
Then and Now is a project with students in an introductory global history and culture course at the University of Minnesota. The podcast titles reflects the relationship between today's events with the history forces from the past. Topics in the podcast include a review of history topics, special music episodes connecting a country's culture with its artistic production through music, special interview episodes with voices of students and community members as they were part of historical eve ...
 
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 ...
 
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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 ...
 
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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 ...
 
A podcast series featuring insights from educators who are positively impacting student learning in the classroom.
 
We make creating and managing podcast a breeze.
 
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.
 
HEQCO is an agency of the Government of Ontario bringing evidence-based research to the continued improvement of postsecondary education in Ontario
 
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Bonus (PDF) This annotated bibliography provides summaries of other publications about the professional identity development of PAL facilitators.By David Arendale.
 
Bonus (PDF) This PowerPoint handout accompanies the podcast on the professional identity development of PAL facilitators.By David Arendale.
 
S03-E06 In this podcast episode, I share the change process that foster professional identity emergence among PAL facilitators. In addition to this audio episode, I also provide several PDF documents. One is a set of PP slides that I used with the talk. Another is a short annotated bibliography of publications that others have written about how ...…
 
Bonus (PDF) This is a model developed by David Arendale and Amanda Hane to explain why the study group leaders emerge with a leader identity as a result of their work as a PAL facilitator.By David Arendale.
 
Bonus (PDF) This is an annotated bibliography of fifty publications related to leader identity emergence among college student study group leaders.By David Arendale.
 
Bonus (PDF) This PP slide handout provides the visuals for the podcast episode on leader identity emergence by peer study group leaders.By David Arendale.
 
S03-E05 In this podcast episode, I share the change process that foster leader identity emergence among PAL facilitators. In addition to this audio episode, I also provide several PDF documents. One is a set of PP slides that I used with the talk. Another is a short annotated bibliography of publications that others have written about how the P ...…
 
Children are natural born scientists, with an insatiable curiosity and desire to experiment – but studies have demonstrated that somehow, through years of formal education, most teenagers lose their enthusiasm for science. By the time they are applying to college, less than a quarter say they remain very interested in science, which they consid ...…
 
Bonus (PDF) This is a public-domain copy of a published article by David Arendale and Amanda Hane based on the research concerning vocational identity development of peer study group leaders.By David Arendale.
 
Bonus (PDF) This is an annotated bibliography of fifty publications reporting about career development by facilitators of peer study groups.By David Arendale.
 
Bonus (PDF) This is the career development model created by Davide Arendale and Amanda Haney for the talk on vocational identity development by PAL facilitators.By David Arendale.
 
Bonus (PDF) These PowerPoint slides help illustrate the talk on vocational identity development for PAL facilitators.By David Arendale.
 
S03-E04 In this podcast episode, I share the change process that foster vocational identity development among PAL facilitators. In addition to this audio episode, I also provide several PDF documents. One is a set of PP slides that I used with the talk. Anotherther is a short annotated bibliography of publications that others have written about ...…
 
Bonus (PDF) These are the PowerPoint slides I referred to during my podcast episode on the change model for the personal and professional development of PAL facilitators.By David Arendale.
 
Bonus (PDF) This annotated bibliography contains publications by others regarding personal and professional changes by PAL facilitators as a result of their job experience.By David Arendale.
 
Bonus (PDF) This is a model for explaining the personal and professional changes of the PAL facilitators as a result of their involvement in the peer learning program.By David Arendale.
 
S03-E03 In this podcast episode, I share the change process that fosters change with PAL facilitators both personally and professionally. In addition to this audio episode, I also provide several PDF documents. One is a set of PP slides that I used with the talk. The other is a short annotated bibliography of publications that others have writt ...…
 
In this episode, Kristal Raheem interviews Dr. Muhammad Khalifa about culturally responsive school leadership. Dr. Khalifa is a professor and Beck Chair of Ideas in Education at the University of Minnesota.By Office of Community College Research and Leadership.
 
S03-E02 I share lessons learned from the major peer learning groups. In addition to this audio episode, I also provide several PDF documents. This podcast is part of the LifePodcast Network which is a group of family-friendly podcasts bringing a positive message of hope and inspiration. Check out the LifePodcast Network at http://LifePodcast.ne ...…
 
This is the annotated bibliography of postsecondary peer learning programs with nearly 1,500 publications by authors and researchers from around the world. A new update of the bibliography will be issued at the first of September.By David Arendale.
 
S03-E01 A brief overview of the upcoming season of the podcast that will feature new research, interviews with campus administrators and student study group leaders and more.By David Arendale.
 
In this episode, Dr. Amanda Smith talks with Dr. Heather Fox about integrating equity into program review. Smith is the dean of transitional opportunities and career education at Rock Valley College.
 
In this episode, HyeJin Tina Yeo, a research assistant at OCCRL, talks with Dr. Hei-hang Hayes Tang about democratizing higher education through community colleges in Hong Kong.
 
Heterosexual Black women have the 2nd highest rate of HIV infection as a group; however, Black women in college are nearly ignored in the HIV literature. Dr. Delishia Pittman discusses her research on the shared and unique risk factors of this population, whether online dating has increased the risks, and ongoing racial and ethnic disparities i ...…
 
Heterosexual Black women have the 2nd highest rate of HIV infection as a group; however, Black women in college are nearly ignored in the HIV literature. Dr. Delishia Pittman discusses her research on the shared and unique risk factors of this population, whether online dating has increased the risks, and ongoing racial and ethnic disparities i ...…
 
This week, Ken gets a “taste” of social innovation at Simon Fraser University’s RADIUS incubator, speaking with co-director Shawn Smith and social entrepreneur Dylan Jones about their work. We learn how innovation requires bureaucratic flexibility, and Ken winds up at a loss for words with his mouth full of crickets! For decades now, higher edu ...…
 
Despite its significant sticker price, higher education doesn’t often come with a guarantee. After all, what a student learns, and how they put their skills to work in the world, has more to do with their own effort than anything the institution can do. But in a world of labour market uncertainty and rising career anxiety, students and their pa ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Eboni Zamani-Gallaher, at OCCRL, talks with Dr. Estela Mara Bensimon about reclaiming the racial justice meaning of equity. Dr. Bensimon is a professor of higher education at the Rossier School of Education and the director of the Center for Urban Education at the University of Southern California.…
 
"Global education” builds cultural competencies, encourages the exchange of ideas and people, and develops human capital. Could the policies and practices of other countries shed light on ways to improve our own schools and colleges, especially in our neediest communities? Dr. James Williams and Dr. Laura Engel discuss lessons learned from abro ...…
 
"Global education” builds cultural competencies, encourages the exchange of ideas and people, and develops human capital. Could the policies and practices of other countries shed light on ways to improve our own schools and colleges, especially in our neediest communities? Dr. James Williams and Dr. Laura Engel discuss lessons learned from abro ...…
 
In this episode, Mary McDonald, the Senior Director of Regional and National Work with Consortium for Educational Change, speaks with Ruth Cross and Gail Capps. Ruth is a retired teacher, principal and assistant superintendent and now works with CASEL, the Collaborative for Academic Social and Emotional Learning.…
 
This week, Ken Steele chats with Maureen Adamson, president of Fleming College, about how higher ed leaders can sustain a culture of innovation on campus, particularly by investing in our people. “The most important thing” Maureen says, is to “give the gift of time” to front-line faculty and staff to reflect and innovate. “It can’t be someone i ...…
 
In this episode, HyeJin Tina Yeo at OCCRL talks with Dr. OiYan Poon about racial justice among Asian Americans and the current attacks on affirmative action. Dr. Poon is an assistant professor of Higher Education at Colorado State University.
 
This week, Ken Steele’s conversation continues with Maureen Adamson, president of Fleming College in Peterborough Ontario. Maureen was formerly Ontario’s Deputy Minister responsible for the Status of Women, so this week Ken asks her thoughts on gender equity and increasing diversity in higher education. When it comes to equity of access and suc ...…
 
This week, Ten with Ken visits Fleming College, in Peterborough Ontario, where Ken Steele and president Maureen Adamson discuss the labour market needs of the fourth industrial revolution, and the need to prepare college students with interdisciplinary programs and the so-called “soft skills” in demand by employers. Some of the biggest challeng ...…
 
In this episode, Arlana Bedard, a Programs & Services Director with Consortium for Educational Change, speaks with Eugene Robinson, Jr., the Director of Postsecondary Support & Strategy with the Chicago Public Schools Office of Network Support. Eugene talks about how school systems can better ensure postsecondary success for African-American ma ...…
 
The distinction between 2-year colleges and 4-year universities is becoming increasingly blurred, with the rise of polytechnics, collaborative and dual enrolment programs, postgrad certificates at university and applied degrees at colleges. (Sheridan College has not been coy about its ambitions to eventually become a university itself.) This we ...…
 
Would you want to be treated by a doctor whose medical school was not accredited? Probably not. So why don’t we hold the same high standards for teachers and school administrators? Dr. Chris Koch, President of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and former Illinois State Superintendent of Education, shares how ensur ...…
 
Would you want to be treated by a doctor whose medical school was not accredited? Probably not. So why don’t we hold the same high standards for teachers and school administrators? Dr. Chris Koch, President of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and former Illinois State Superintendent of Education, shares how ensur ...…
 
Colleges and universities are investing more and more resources into student retention and success initiatives, and student mental health has become an escalating crisis on many campuses. This week, Ken Steele sits down with Janet Morrison, president and vice-chancellor of Sheridan College, to discuss some lessons she has learned over 25 years ...…
 
Sheridan College, in the suburbs of Toronto, is world renowned for its creative programs, such as top-ranked illustration and animation degrees – and it has built its entire institutional brand on the slogan “Get Creative.” This week, Ken Steele sits down with Janet Morrison, Sheridan’s president and vice-chancellor, to discuss how higher ed ca ...…
 
In this episode, Marci Rockey at OCCRL talks with Dr. Claire Crawford, BRIDGE Research Fellow at the Center for Research in Race and Education at the School of Education at the University of Birmingham, about transnational whitelash in educational policy and practice.
 
This week, Ken Steele continues his conversation with Larry Rosia, the president and CEO of Saskatchewan Polytechnic, about the fourth industrial revolution, workforce changes, rising interdisciplinarity, and the strengths of polytechnic education – particularly, their close connections to industry. “We like to say we have industry in our DNA,” ...…
 
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This week, Ken Steele “takes off” to Saskatoon to speak with Larry Rosia, the president and CEO of Saskatchewan Polytechnic, about his institution’s four pillars of internationalization. They sit down in SP’s pilot training flight simulator for a conversation. Internationalization has been a top priority for many institutions in Canada. Reports ...…
 
Ken’s conversation with Mark Frison, president of Assiniboine Community College in Brandon Manitoba, continues this week as they explore ways that higher ed leaders can empower and inspire their people to take ownership and take initiative, to propel innovation on campus. (If you missed the first part of this interview, about encouraging PSE pa ...…
 
Ken Steele visits Assiniboine Community College, in Brandon Manitoba, to talk with president Mark Frison about their beautiful new North Hill Campus, encouraging enrolment in a region with the lowest PSE participation rate in the country, serving Indigenous populations, aligning programs with provincial immigration policy, and growing internati ...…
 
In this episode, Chauntee Thrill at OCCRL talks with Dr. Asif Wilson, associate dean of instruction at Harold Washington College, about asset-based approaches to developmental education.
 
Can public schools become more adaptive, dynamic, and people-centered organizations? Is it possible to implement change in way that both empowers teachers and improves student outcomes? Sarah Beck, an award-winning school-based leader and former teacher, draws on the skills she learned as a business consultant to help promote school improvement ...…
 
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