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Discussions with people working in the arts,business, academia and civil society in South Africa. Listen to new perspectives on issues of race, gender and transformation. The host, Nicholas Claude, is a freelance writer based in Johannesburg. He was born in London, raised in Durban and returned to South Africa in 2010 after living in Stockholm for thirteen years. To support the podcast go to https://www.patreon.com/voicesfromsa
 
Wake up! Saturday School is a podcast where Brian Hu (@husbrian) and Ada Tseng (@adatseng) teach your unwilling children about Asian American pop culture history. New episodes released Saturdays at 8am, when all your friends are still in bed watching cartoons. It'll be a blast from the past, as they dig up some of their favorite works they've come across covering Asian American arts & entertainment over the years -- and discover other gems for the first time. Saturday School is a proud found ...
 
Nannan with Emmy is a podcast created with the goal to combine the voices of women evolving in Haiti. Emmy sits with the women who inspire her, discussing issues which impact women. They discuss many subjects ranging from productivity and creativity to personal care, managing relationships, love, body image, and much more. From friends, family members, to people she's met for the first time, we will hear different viewpoints and personal experiences through these intimate conversations. Supp ...
 
25 Years of Ed Tech is a serialized audio version of the book 25 Years of Ed Tech, written by Martin Weller of the Open University and published by AU Press. The audio version of the book is a collaborative project with a global community of volunteers contributing their voices to narrate a chapter of the book. Bonus episodes are a series of conversations called "Between the Chapters" to chat about these topics and more! "In this lively and approachable volume based on his popular blog serie ...
 
Whose Voices? is the podcast from Whose Knowledge? - a non-profit and global campaign which focuses on centering the stories, knowledge, and people from marginalized communities on the internet. On the Whose Voices? podcast we collect conversations we have with incredible activists, community builders and change makers, providing a space to discuss how we can re-imagine and re-design the internet together, to build and defend an internet of, for and by all. Whose Voices? is licensed under a ...
 
John Vlismas and Carmen Murray unite as two formidable forces and visionary thinkers to unlock your inner Øutsider. It's time to get off the couch into the arena, disrupt your thinking and get real in this chaotic world. Be the catalyst for change and question everything. The one thing that makes Outsiders powerful, is the ability to turn their back to the crowds and face the music they want to create. The IN with the TWO Outsiders podcast is about two underdogs, John Vlismas and Carmen Murr ...
 
Alfonso Ciavoli Cortelli, aka DJ FONZIE CIACO is an Italian dee-jay and producer , born in Naples (Italy) on September 21, 1978. 1990 is the year that marks a turning point in his life: He started his passion for music ... so much to be discovered later as a real companion of his life. In 1991 at age 13 he began DJing as a hobby under the name DJ CIACO. He soon acquires the various techniques of mixing on vinyl from his master DJ Silvano Pagani, starting to buy the first vinyl records, drive ...
 
Alfonso Ciavoli Cortelli, aka DJ FONZIE CIACO is an Italian dee-jay and producer , born in Naples (Italy) on September 21, 1978. 1990 is the year that marks a turning point in his life: He started his passion for music ... so much to be discovered later as a real companion of his life. In 1991 at age 13 he began DJing as a hobby under the name DJ CIACO. He soon acquires the various techniques of mixing on vinyl from his master DJ Silvano Pagani, starting to buy the first vinyl records, drive ...
 
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Joe Root joins Jonathan Agnew and Michael Vaughan after scoring an unbeaten 168 to put his side in control against Sri Lanka. Andy Zaltzman explains just how Root’s struggled to convert starts into centuries recently, Michael Vaughan thinks England’s lead of 185 is enough already, and Russel Arnold tells us where this Test has gone wrong for Sri La…
 
Test cricket is back! Aggers and Michael Vaughan may not be in Galle, but they talk through a brilliant opening day for England in Sri Lanka. Dom Bess joins them, and admits that he didn’t bowl well, despite taking five wickets, and Russel Arnold explains just where Sri Lanka have gone wrong. Plus we hear an impassioned interview with Australia coa…
 
In this episode of Between the Chapters Laura chats with Bonnie Stewart and Clint Lalonde about their blogging journey. We reflect on the posts we’ve written, the community of bloggers, and what it means related to Chapter 10: Blogs. Initially the affinity of “bloggers” connected a number of educators and academics to meet up at conferences and mak…
 
Although blogs were not a technology developed specifically for education, it did not take long for educators and academics to realize the benefits associated with blogging. These ranged from the development of academic identities, quicker and more accessible dissemination of research findings, and the development of professional networks. But like…
 
In this Between the Chapters episode Laura talks with Laura Gibbs, Brenna Clarke Gray, and Caroline Kuhn about Chapter 9: The Learning Management System (LMS). The panel of this episode rejects how the LMS is not “linky” and how closed LMS constrains both the learner and educator from engaging online. But we also caution against how this LMS hub ha…
 
Without a doubt, the dominant educational technology in use today in most educational institutions is the Learning Management System (LMS) or Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Despite repeated calls over the years by educators for the end of the one size fits all LMS/VLE, it has, like the institutions it serves, proved to be resilient and hard to…
 
We promised ourselves we would finish this season by the end of 2020, as it was inspired by the events of 2020. And here we are: episode 10 of our Saturday School semester on Asian American interracial cinema. We started from the 70s/80s and slowly worked our way up to the present. Ursula Liang's documentary "Down a Dark Stairwell" had its premiere…
 
For this Between the Chapters book club episode, Laura is joined by Lorna Campbell and Phil Barker to talk about E-Learning Standards from Chapter 8 of Martin’s book. They discuss how learning resources were a challenge to define and became a challenge to standardize, as Phil said:“We have to remember that learning is not something that’s delivered…
 
It's the second to last episode of our season on Asian American interracial cinema, and this week, we're talking about Jennifer Reeder's 2017 film "Signature Move," written by and starring Fawzia Mirza. It's about a Pakistani American lawyer, Zaynab, who falls for a Mexican American bookstore owner, Alma. As they get to know each other, they compar…
 
In this Between the Chapters episode Laura talks with Brian Lamb, D’Arcy Norman, and John Robertson about Chapter 7: Learning Objects. We learn about Brian and D’Arcy’s “meet cute” over moveable objects requests for repositories, and how John and others see learning objects as OERs with an open license. And see how some of these early tools, platfo…
 
In this week’s Between the Chapters episode, Laura chats with Kelvin Bentley about all things e-Learning based on Martin’s Chapter 6: e-Learning. These reflections discuss how far e-Learning has and hasn’t come now that many higher ed institutions are being challenged during the pandemic, and what distance education will continue to look like post-…
 
In this episode of Saturday School, where we're exploring Asian American interracial cinema, we look at the 2014 documentary "Lordville" by Rea Tajiri. The filmmaker had purchased a property in Lordville, New York, and she learned the land title traces back to John Lord, one of the original founders in Lordville, and his wife Betia Van Dunk, a Nati…
 
In this latest GeekCast Radio Presents interview, TFG1Mike sits down with the brilliant Juliet Landau to talk about her directorial debut film "A Place Among The Dead", and the vision she and her team had with the film. Mike also asks her questions about her career, what she has planned next, and so much more!…
 
This episode is targeted at Chapter 5: Wikis, but really we talk even more about how we create collaborative learning experiences, empower learners to contribute to their own courses, and how knowledge can be co-created in our educational spaces. Here are a few things we mentioned in the episode - enjoy: Squeak/Smalltalk Recognizing and supporting …
 
Having travelled across the African continent as a cargo pilot, Francois understands the African continent more than most. With friends they embarked on a journey across Africa cutting across 16 different countries until they encountered customs officials in Djibouti in East Africa. Francois has been travelling the world since 1993 mostly as a pilo…
 
Jonathan Agnew is joined by Michael Vaughan after England’s tour to South Africa is cancelled after positive Covid-19 tests. South African journalist Firdose Moonda discusses the implications for South Africa – will any teams still be confident enough to tour the cash-strapped country? And what does it mean for the players, many of whom are already…
 
1998 is the year of the Wiki. With its roots in the hippie culture of California, the wiki was one of the first collaborative web platforms that led to the rise of a web that was not only consumable by anyone, but also writeable by anyone, and led to the development of one of the most popular collaborative websites in the world in Wikipedia. This c…
 
In this week's episode of Saturday School, as we explore Asian American interracial cinema, we revisit Grace Lee's 2013 documentary "American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs." The director Grace Lee first interviewed Grace Lee Boggs when she was searching for different women with the name "Grace Lee" to interview for her first film …
 
In this Between the Chapters episode, Laura chats with Jesse Stommel about constructivism (Chapter 4) and everything in the universe of education. We work through Jesse’s detest of “scaffolding” and praise for the Dewey’s ideas from over a hundred years ago. You’ll hear what we’re thinking about being more student-centered to move us outside of cur…
 
Chapter 4 1997 looks at, not a specific technology, but at the learning theory Constructivism and a number of different pedagogical models that the increased use of technology in education inspired including Problem Based Learning (PBL), Resource-Based Learning (RBL), and Communities of Practice (COP). Read by Tim Carson, host of the Praxis Pedagog…
 
In our next episode of Saturday School, where this season we're exploring Asian American interracial cinema, we look at the 2011 documentary "The Learning" by Ramona Diaz. It's about four women from the Philippines as they're recruited to be teachers in the American public school system around 2006. It follows them over the course of their first ye…
 
Jonathan Agnew is joined by Tymal Mills and Andy Zaltzman to look at England’s five-wicket win over South Africa in the first T20 at Cape Town, helped by Jonny Bairstow’s brutal career-best 86 not out. But is number four where Bairstow should be batting? Tymal Mills explains why he should always be one of the first names on the teamsheet, but it’s …
 
In this Between the Chapters episode, Laura is joined by Clare Thomson and Mark Brown to get nostalgic for the things we were building and working on back in the mid-90s with computer-mediated communication (CMC)... and then some for Chapter 3. We dig into the pioneering practices and “cottage innovations” that were groundbreaking at the time, and …
 
Amir is an Egyptian citizen who currently lives in Cairo. He lived in South Africa for 6 years where he ended up imprisoned before completing his life long goal of studying geophysics. In 2007, Amir was admitted into an undergraduate degree in geophysics at Ain Shams University in Cairo. He graduated in 2011 and started searching for a job in the o…
 
Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC) marks the point where the technology began to be used with pedagogical intent in education, providing support for emerging Constructivist models of learning. The use of CMC's also began to force questions of educators to explore the implicit assumptions involved in teaching & learning and begin to unpack those …
 
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