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Teaching & Learning Champions

Teaching & Learning Excellence Division @ Austin Community College

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The Podcast is hosted by the Teaching & Learning Excellence Division at Austin Community College. During each TLC@ACC episode, we interview faculty, staff, and students on the things that positively impact teaching & learning, and as a result, the success of our students.
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Podagogies: A Learning and Teaching Podcast

Podagogies: A Learning and Teaching Podcast

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Podagogies is a learning and teaching podcast that explores the pedagogy of post-secondary educators who bring scholarship to students in compelling, innovative, and surprising new ways. Produced by the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at Toronto Metropolitan University, visit us at torontomu.ca/teachingcentre
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Learning About Teaching Physics

Stephanie Chasteen

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We're getting the physics education research out of those stuffy journals and into your hands (or, rather, ears) with this little audio podcast. Co-hosted by veteran high school physics teacher Michael Fuchs and physicist and education researcher Stephanie Chasteen, each episode investigates a piece of the research literature and how it can relate to your classroom. Main website on PER User's Guide On iTunes On Compadre
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Lighting a Fire! All things Teaching and Learning with the Teaching Council

The Teaching Council - An Chomhairle Mhúinteoireachta

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This podcast is designed to stimulate conversations, share information, and connect with teachers and stakeholders in the education community. Each episode will focus on contemporary areas of education, and guests will be invited to share their experiences in a reflective way.
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Join me if you work in education and you're looking for a podcast that focuses on your experiences and the reality of working in education today. I talk about the challenges we face as educators and focus on lesson planning, evidencing professional standards with ease and how how effective training and CPD can enable us to develop our practice without information overload.
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Teaching, Reading & Learning: The Podcast elevates important contributions to the educational community, with the goal of inspiring teachers, informing practice, and celebrating people in the community who have influenced teaching and literacy to the betterment of children. The podcast features guests whose life stories are compelling and rich in ways that are instructive to us all. The podcast focuses on literacy as we know it (reading and writing) but will also connect to other “literacies ...
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Are you interested in English language education? This unit examines the use of language as a cultural tool which allows humans to become involved in a two-way process of constant change. The unit will help those within the teaching environment to relate theoretical discussion to professional practice. This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. Published in ePub 2.0.1 format, ...
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What can current theories about children’s learning and development contribute to the development of new teaching and learning methods in schools? And how are new digital technologies changing the ways children think and learn? This album introduces two elements of The Open University's presence in the virtual world Second Life™ and explores the way in which virtual worlds can offer new opportunities for teaching and learning. The album also explores some of the ways that the theories of Lev ...
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Get ready to tantalize your teaching senses and ignite the spark of inspiration in your classroom! In the debut episode of "Teach, Lead, and Inspire: Empowering Educators for Transformative Change," host Dr. Jordan B Smith Jr. takes you on a mouth-watering journey through the art of rekindling the love for learning, even in the most challenging students. Ever wondered how to breathe life into mathematics or any subject for students who seem to have lost interest? Dr. Smith Jr., renowned educ ...
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A conversation with Beth Schwartz and Regan Gurung on the scholarship of teaching and learning, facilitated by outgoing (no pun intended) CAT+FD Director Elizabeth Yost Hammer. Regan A. R. Gurung, PhD, is a social psychologist by training with research encompassing social, health, and pedagogical psychology. Over 100 of his articles have been publi…
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Danny Kofke - Money Management, Mentoro, and the podcast Run with the Bulls. This is episode 680 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. After being an elementary school teacher for 18 years, Danny Kofke recently left the classroom to work with Mentoro - a financial education company. His love of teaching and personal finance led him to…
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In the final Spring 2024 episode, Amanda Goyette interviews the headliners for the premier of the SNHU concert series. Sunday Ave is an alternative band from southern New Hampshire featuring SNHU student Warren Olson (Guitar) and Aidan Landry (Drums).द्वारा SNHU Center for Teaching and Learning
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Spencer Fleury - I Blame Myself But Also You and Other Stories. This is episode 679 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Spencer Fleury has worked as a sailor, copywriter, economics and geography professor, and record store clerk, among other disreputable occupations. He is the author of the novel HOW I'M SPENDING MY AFTERLIFE (2021)…
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Vince Shorb - Founder & CEO of the National Financial Educators Council: Financial Education Reform in High Schools. This is episode 678 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Vince Shorb stands as a prominent advocate for financial education and reform in high school subjects nationwide. His primary objective is to ensure that today’s…
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Michael Stephen Daigle - Dragony Rising: A New Frank Nagler Mystery. This is episode 677 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Michael Stephen Daigle lives in N.J. with his family. He was an award-winning journalist for more than four decades, including 25 years in New Jersey at the Bridgewater Courier-News and the Morris County Daily…
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Christopher Loric - SESG Explorer: Science Fiction, Military Thriller, & Space Adventure. This is episode 676 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Christopher Loric served as a United States Navy Officer and retired as a Commander, with a yearlong deployment in Iraq during a military career that spanned 28 years. He is also a science…
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Sara Delano Moore - Vice President of Research & Content - ORIGO Education: Spaced Learning: Helping Children Learn Mathematics Sara Delano Moore focuses on helping teachers and students understand mathematics as a coherent and connected discipline.  An experienced teacher and nationally recognized speaker, her work emphasizes the power of deep und…
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A conversation between Elizabeth Yost Hammer and Stephen Linn Chew on the importance of student trust. Photo used by permission Stephen L. Chew has been a professor of psychology at Samford since 1993. He served as department chair from 1993 to 2019. Trained as a cognitive psychologist, he is a nationally recognized expert on the cognitive basis of…
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Sarah McNeil - Thinking Maps: A Shared Visual Language for Learning. This is episode 674 on Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Sarah McNeil is an experienced educator and consultant with a rich background in the education management industry. Currently serving as the Vice President of Professional Development at Thinking Maps, Inc., S…
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Aditya Nagrath, PhD - Treating Mathematics Anxiety: Inclusive Strategies for Working with Students Exhibiting Mathematics Anxiety. This is episode 673 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Aditya Nagrath, PhD helps students overcome mathematics anxiety. Aditya is the creator and founder of Elephant Learning Mathematics Academy which h…
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Steven J. Simmons - Where Do Ocean Creatures Sleep at Night? This is episode 672 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Steven J. Simmons has been a professor of law and government, a White House aide on domestic policy, and a leader in the cable industry. Steven is the author of Where Do Creatures Sleep at Night? and the best-selling …
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Kat Newport, ACC - SMART Conflict: Turning Disputes into Growth Opportunities. This is episode 671 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Kat Newport, ACC (Associate Coach), CCP (Change Practitioner), Author of "Smart Conflict, Turning Disputes into Growth Opportunities" and Founder of Oculus Inc., is a dynamic force in leadership evol…
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Geraldine Woods - Grammarian in the City: Snarky Remarks on Language I See and Hear in New York City. This is episode 670 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Geraldine Woods has taught every level of English from 5th grade through adult writing classes. She’s the author of more than 50 books, including English Grammar for Dummies, 3…
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Co-Designed focuses on the long-term collaboration between the BankNH Pavilion and Southern New Hampshire University. It's the perfect intersection of community partnerships and experiential learning.द्वारा SNHU Center for Teaching and Learning
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Linda Stewart Henley - Kate's War: WWII, Historical Fiction, Preparing for War, and Putting Life on Hold. This is episode 669 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Linda Stewart Henley is an award-winning novelist, accomplished artist, and a retired college administrator. Kate’s War, her third novel, is being released in April, 2024, …
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Co-Host Amanda Goyette interviews Professor Deborah Varat and graduating senior Emily Blais to preview the 2024 Southern New Hampshire University Humanities Festival. The festival takes place on Wednesday April 17 from 2-5 PM on the SNHU Greenspace.द्वारा SNHU Center for Teaching and Learning
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William J. Carl - Assassin's Manuscript - Writing Techniques, Thriller Novel, and Fiction vs Non-Fiction. This is episode 668 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Once a pastor, seminary president, professor, and US Senate Guest Chaplain, William J. Carl, Ph.D., is a Greek Scholar, award-winning screenwriter, playwright, poet, and ly…
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Martin R. Nelson - Children of the Dying Hearth - Fantasy, Adventure, World Building and Writing. This is episode 667 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Martin Nelson has served as a high school history and Latin teacher for the past five years at Saint Mary’s School of Medford. Prior to that he held various positions, including su…
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Dr. Cheryl Lundy Swift - Learning Without Tears, Handwriting Instruction, and Learning Cursive. A new episode on Teaching Learning Leading K12. Dr. Cheryl Lundy Swift is an award-winning educational leader with over 20 years of experience. She is the Professional Learning Director at Learning Without Tears and founder and CEO of EduPower. The educa…
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Elizabeth B. Splaine - Tyrone the Tenor Mouse: The Singing Mouse of the Opera House. This is episode 665 of the audio podcast Teaching Learning Leading K12. Elizabeth B. Splaine is a retired opera singer who enjoys reading and writing WWII stories that focus on tenacity, hope and the indomitable human spirit. Prior to writing, Elizabeth earned an A…
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Stephen Carter - Teaching the Entrepreneurial Mindset: Innovative Education for K-12 Schools. This is episode 664 of the audio podcast Teaching Learning Leading K12. Stephen’s passion is inspiring innovative thinking around K-12 education and helping students adopt the entrepreneurial mindset in approaches to problem solving and critical thinking. …
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Dr. Parul Dua Makkar - Life Interrupted: Dr. Dua's Survival Guide. This is episode 663 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. For the past dozen years, Dr. Parul Dua Makkar has owned and run her own successful dental practice in New York. She also helped publish, and contributed to, her brother’s book, Life Interrupted: Dr. Dua’s Survi…
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Shell Osbon - It's Not Good for Leaders to Lead Alone! Nobody Succeeds Without the Help of Others! This is episode 662 of the Teaching Learning Leading K12 audio podcast. Shell has been married to Missy since 1986 and they reside in the Atlanta metro. Their son SJ, his wife Tina and their children as well as their daughter Summer Joy, her husband G…
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Gary Santos - A Grand Pause: A Novel on May 14, 1945, the Kamikazes, and the Greatest Air-Sea Rescue. This is episode 661 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Gary Santos has worked in aviation for over 35 years as an aircraft mechanic. He attended City College and College of Aeronautics. A lifelong New Yorker, he currently resides o…
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Ben Tanzer - Award Winning Author Shares his Novel: The Missing. This is episode 660 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Emmy-award winner Ben Tanzer's acclaimed work includes the short story collection UPSTATE, the science fiction novel Orphans and the essay collections Lost in Space and Be Cool. Ben is a Story South and Pushcart n…
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