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The Cult of Pedagogy Podcast
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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.
 
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Plugs, Play, Pedagogy
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A playful, collaborative, monthly podcast on teaching writing and rhetoric in the 21st centuryHosted by Kyle Stedman, Rockford UniversityAlso 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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The Cult of Pedagogy Podcast
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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.
 
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Autism Pedagogy - Craig Smith
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Join Craig Smith for a new monthly edition of his Autism Pedagogy podcast, where live presentations and conversations with autism educators, researchers and individuals on the spectrum will be shared. New innovations in autism education, practical classroom strategies and current research will be of central focus.
 
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YLS Principles of Pedagogy
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An overview by Rabbi Dr. Gil S. Perl of the 15 principles of pedagogy which form the basis of teaching and learning at Yeshiva Lab School in Merion Station, PA. Video versions of these podcasts can be accessed at: http://tinyurl.com/principles-of-pedagogy.
 
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Informatique & pédagogie
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Publication de ressources pédagogiques en informatique : podcast, tutoriels, cours en lignes, applications pédagogiques, etc.
 
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The Joystick Learning Podcast: Education Technology and Cutting Edge Pedagogy For Teachers
 
The Joystick Learning Podcast focuses on innovative teaching through educational technology, 21st century practices, and effective trends in education (game based learning, problem based learning, project based learning, etc.). In each episode, a new guest (our "rockstar educators" from across the globe) will be featured, will share his/her most recent and exciting ideas, and undoubtedly inspire you to take some new and creative action of your own!
 
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This week on Grad Chat: Dr Leslie MacKenzie, founder of the Anatomical Sciences program, and alumni Nicole Ventura & Trevor Robinson.Overview: The Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences at Queen’s University offers a 16 month Master of Science program in Anatomical Sciences. This program is structured around three pillars of competency ...…
 
Conscientization (critical consciousness), “refers to learning to perceive social, political, and economic contradictions, and to take action against the oppressive elements of reality” (Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire page 35). In Kwame Nkrumah’s Consciencism: Philosophy and Ideology for Decolonization, he identifies reflection and a ...…
 
In this episode of STEMiverse Podcast, Peter talks with Meridith Ebbs. Unfortunately Marcus was unable to join us as he was stranded at an airport during this interview. Meridith is a teacher with 23 years of experience in K-10 and adult education. She is interested in integrating STEM into classrooms and she is now also working as the NSW Proj ...…
 
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Teaching In Higher Ed: Faculty Development for Professors To Facilitate Learning for Students
 
Kris Shaffer shares what we should know about APIs on episode 162 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode APIs are how computers talk to each other. —Kris Shaffer APIs are the bones of the internet. —Kris Shaffer It’s interesting to see how different services offer different levels of openness. —Kris Shaffer You can’t blam ...…
 
What interesting guest we discuss social media and its various aspects. Associate Professor of communications! A public relations professor who is passionate about teaching and learning, and whose goal is to bridge the gap between PR education and practice. I am also an advocate of social media pedagogy, using social media platforms as teaching ...…
 
You thought you knew project-based learning? You haven't seen anything yet. In this episode, I interview Stephen Ritz, a Bronx teacher who has spent the last decade developing an incredible school-based gardening project called the Green Bronx Machine, which feeds the local community, builds student knowledge in multiple content areas, and crea ...…
 
You thought you knew project-based learning? You haven't seen anything yet. In this episode, I interview Stephen Ritz, a Bronx teacher who has spent the last decade developing an incredible school-based gardening project called the Green Bronx Machine, which feeds the local community, builds student knowledge in multiple content areas, and crea ...…
 
Research scientist and UK sociologist Tehseen Noorani talks about hearing voices, pharmacological biases, studying psilocybin studies, and the importance of trickster teachers. His talk at Psychedelic Science is available here. The post Expanding Mind – Psychedelic Pedagogy – 07.13.17 appeared first on Progressive Radio Network.…
 
Research scientist and UK sociologist Tehseen Noorani talks about hearing voices, pharmacological biases, studying psilocybin studies, and the importance of trickster teachers. His talk at Psychedelic Science is available here.
 
Research scientist and UK sociologist Tehseen Noorani talks about hearing voices, pharmacological biases, studying psilocybin studies, and the importance of trickster teachers. His talk at Psychedelic Science is available here.
 
Research scientist and UK sociologist Tehseen Noorani talks about hearing voices, pharmacological biases, studying psilocybin studies, and the importance of trickster teachers. His talk at Psychedelic Science is available here.
 
As he looked out at the Western world of the 1960s and ‘70s, Rabbi Eliezer Berkovits saw a society whose value system had collapsed. Relativism, boredom, and permissiveness were all around him. But this void could be filled, argued Rabbi Berkovits, by a sophisticated Judaism that sought to rear the next generation in the best of the Jewish ethi ...…
 
Chaka Cummings, Middle School Director at the Blake School (Minnesota), joins us to discuss how his background in corporate finance shaped his pedagogy , his experience as a division head of color, and some of his favorite movie quotes.
 
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Good Point Podcast
 
This week we talk Facebook, now 2 billion users strong. To quote Justin Timberlake as Sean Parker high on cocaine at a party in the movie The Social Network “We lived on farms and then we lived in cities and now we’re going to live on the internet.” Facebook 2 billion users https://techcrunch.com/2017/06/27/facebook-2-billion-users/Zuckerberg a ...…
 
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Butterflies of Wisdom
 
Butterflies of Wisdom is a podcast where we want to share your story. We want to share your knowledge if you have a small business if you are an author or a Doctor, or whatever you are. With a disability or not, we want to share your story to inspire others. To learn more about Butterflies of Wisdom visithttp://butterfliesofwisdom.weebly.com/ B ...…
 
Jokes You Can Use: For a period, Houdini used a trap door in every single show he did…I guess you could say it was a stage he was going through. What do you get when you cross a joke with a rhetorical question? Q: What did the duck say when he bought lipstick? A: “Put it on my bill.” Q: What starts with E, ends with E, and has only 1 letter in ...…
 
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Middle School Matters
 
MSM 363: Where Was I Going With This?Jokes You Can Use: Advisory:Riddles:Wise Wordshttps://9gag.com/gag/a3B4Vg8?ref=pn Middle School Science Minute by Dave Bydlowski (k12science or davidbydlowski@mac.com)WILDCAM GOROGOSAhttp://www.wildcamgorongosa.org http://k12science.net/Podcast/Podcast/Entries/2017/7/6_Middle_School_Science_Minute__WildCam_G ...…
 
Ever wonder where the belt, this whole idea of mix, came from? Erin Whitehead, the host of the podcast Braless, asked a question to inspire this episode of the history and evolution of the mixed voice. From opera to Broadway to rock and beyond, teaching the voice and how we use our voices have changed with the help of vocal pedagogy, science, a ...…
 
Educators, especially those in leadership roles, spend far too much time in isolation. An educator mastermind gives us a group of peers to help us problem-solve, set goals, and support each other in the incredibly challenging work we do. In this episode, I interview Daniel Bauer of the Better Leaders, Better Schools podcast about the educator m ...…
 
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Sermons from Riverside Christian Church, Chelmer, QLD, Australia
 
Ps Randall Gill looks at modern terms in our language to uncover truth about how we should be people who sharpen one another, seek to live the full life Jesus came to give us, set goals and always put God before anyone else
 
Jokes You Can Use: NASA put a bunch of cows into orbit. They call it the herd shot round the world. Have you ever tried eating a clock? It’s very time consuming. Broken puppets for sale…. No strings attached. What did the Tin Man say when he got run over by a steamroller? “CURSES, FOIL AGAIN!” What kind of exercise do lazy people do? Diddly-squ ...…
 
National Conference on Percussion Pedagogy (NCPP) Co-Directors Lisa Rogers and Lance Drege come on the show to talk about the future of the conference (01:25), joining NCPP's Executive Board (06:35), this year's newly-added Lightning Sessions (09:00), the challenges for putting on NCPP (18:35), the creation of NCPP (22:45), moving the conferenc ...…
 
Segovial fluid, triangular fibarriosartilage complex, and the Dyens canal. This week on the Hungry Cliff podcast, the team welcomes special guest Joshua Englert! We'll chat about music pedagogy, mortgages, Pringles, and classic games from the 90's. Who is addicted to Amazon Prime? What are some of the hazards of professional guitarmanship? What ...…
 
Our guest is Dr. Joycelyn Wilson, ethnographer and qualitative researcher who has dedicated her life to teaching social justice through the intersections of hip-hop, culture, and technology. We talk about growing up in the South, the voice of hip-hop today, and the importance of using cultural artifacts in pedagogy. And Future and OutKast and K ...…
 
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Teaching In Higher Ed: Faculty Development for Professors To Facilitate Learning for Students
 
Judy Chan shares how to teach using Wikipedia on episode 158 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode My students like teamwork now because I structure it in a way that is very supportive for everyone. —Judy Chan Students may not notice it’s a different tool, and it gives them a more seamless environment from one course to ...…
 
Episode 3: What would you have done differently in college? We also talk about how to approach learning something new! Email us at lifeaftercollegepodcast@gmail.com or check us out on Facebook.com/thelifeaftercollegepodcast.
 
https://sounditoutiicsi.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/episode-62.mp3 Sara Villa gives a moving and insightful account of her use of deep listening as a pedagogy of poetry for college students, Susan Elliott explains improvisation as a facet of the inquiry approach to high school teaching, and Stephanie Khoury revitalizes music education at the un ...…
 
For the first time ever, this podcast is part of a conference! And in this special mini episode, my conference co-coordinator (Mike Huner) and I discuss this years Great Lakes History Conference in Grand Rapids, MI. Hosted by the Grand Valley State University History Department, this conference has been going for 40 years, and the theme this ye ...…
 
Why is it that so many teachers have a hard time taking good care of themselves? In this episode, I interview teacher productivity expert Angela Watson about the reasons we struggle to make time for self-care and four specific things we can do to change that.
 
Why is it that so many teachers have a hard time taking good care of themselves? In this episode, I interview teacher productivity expert Angela Watson about the reasons we struggle to make time for self-care and four specific things we can do to change that.
 
Despite the prominence of LGBTQ issues in our current social consciousness, many people still know little about the LGBTQ community, which means that teaching about this community and its issues is an important job. It’s also a difficult one that’s…
 
Despite the prominence of LGBTQ issues in our current social consciousness, many people still know little about the LGBTQ community, which means that teaching about this community and its issues is an important job. It’s also a difficult one that’s…
 
Despite the prominence of LGBTQ issues in our current social consciousness, many people still know little about the LGBTQ community, which means that teaching about this community and its issues is an important job. It’s also a difficult one that’s…
 
Despite the prominence of LGBTQ issues in our current social consciousness, many people still know little about the LGBTQ community, which means that teaching about this community and its issues is an important job. It’s also a difficult one that’s…
 
Despite the prominence of LGBTQ issues in our current social consciousness, many people still know little about the LGBTQ community, which means that teaching about this community and its issues is an important job. It’s also a difficult one that’s…
 
Despite the prominence of LGBTQ issues in our current social consciousness, many people still know little about the LGBTQ community, which means that teaching about this community and its issues is an important job. It’s also a difficult one that’s…
 
Hosted by @digicoled, this edition of UKEdPodcast speaks exclusively to Eric Sheninger about how schools should be more savvy in marketing themselves, utilising digital platform to share great learning and practices within schools.Eric is one of the speakers in our forthcoming UKEdChat Conference in October 2017 - It's all online, and educators ...…
 
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Jim Nog Pod
 
Jose Luis Reyes is an ESL instructor, working for the CUNY Language Immersion Program (CLIP). We talk childhood experiences in the DR, his studies at NYU, learning English, language learning strategies, and his pedagogy for teaching ESL learners.
 
jQuery(document).ready(function($) { $('#wp_mep_2').mediaelementplayer({ m:1 ,features: ['playpause','current','progress','duration','volume','tracks','fullscreen'] ,audioWidth:400,audioHeight:30 }); }); On the twentieth episode of Comic Book Decalogue, Matthew Thurber discusses comics pedagogy, Rolling Blackouts, Victoria Lomasko, Michael McMi ...…
 
jQuery(document).ready(function($) { $('#wp_mep_2').mediaelementplayer({ m:1 ,features: ['playpause','current','progress','duration','volume','tracks','fullscreen'] ,audioWidth:400,audioHeight:30 }); }); On the twentieth episode of Comic Book Decalogue, Matthew Thurber discusses comics pedagogy, Rolling Blackouts, Victoria Lomasko, Michael McMi ...…
 
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Happy Sad Talk Thing
 
Sean Holt (musician, producer, guru) drops some serious wisdom this week as he and Mackin talk about life philosophies, music, and being a good person. Sean is an American musician, producer, songwriter and artist. Originally from Louisiana, Holt’s early musical influences were a unique collection of blues, gospel, soul and jazz from that regio ...…
 
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The Academic Citizen
 
Dr Hleze Kunje wrote his four-year-long PhD thesis in isiXhosa, about Xhosa people who settled in Mbembesi, an area outside of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He graduated with his PhD in April 2017 and is a lecturer at Sol Plaatjie University. Hailing from rural Mqanduli in the Eastern Cape, Dr Kunju says his love affair with the language began at a young ...…
 
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