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An Irish perspective on education for all who value teaching

An Irish perspective on education for all who value teaching

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Ireland

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An Irish perspective on education for all who value teaching

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@insideed

Language:

English

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Episodes

Inside Education 418, Autism and Education - Research and Practice (29-5-21)

5/29/2021
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. In this podcast I explore the topic of education and autism by speaking to a classroom teacher, Graham Manning from Cork, and a university researcher, Professor Steffie van der Steen from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. Among the topics we discuss are: organisationSalamanca Statement United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Inclusive Education in New Brunswickhttps://scholar.google.com/.The Reason I Jump

Duration:03:45:47

Inside Education 417, Assessment, Feedback & Academic Integrity (25-4-21)

4/25/2021
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. This week my guest on the podcast is expert on assessment, feedback and academic integrity, Professor Phillip Dawson from Deakin University. Among the topics we discuss on the podcast are the following: Peppa PigScalable feedback practicesMargaret BearmanElizabeth MolloyContract cheating and blackmailLesley SefcikJon YorkeResources to combat contract cheatingCheating and Assessment ProjectTracey Bretag and colleaguesReview of authentic assessments by...

Duration:03:08:29

Inside Education, 416, Sustainability - Learning from Indigenous Education (18-4-21)

4/18/2021
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this week's podcast I speak to Professor Gregory Cajete from Santa Clara Pueblo and the University of New Mexico about indigenous education and what contemporary western education can learn from such rich traditions. Among the topics we discuss are: Richard Henry PrattGary NabhanEnrique SalmónLook to the MountainIgniting the Sparkle: An Indigenous Science Education ModelNative Science: Natural Laws of InterdependenceSpirit of the GameIndigenous...

Duration:04:23:14

Podcast 415, Gene Mehigan on Literacy & Disadvantage (9-4-21)

4/9/2021
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this week's episode I interview my long-time colleague and fellow vice-president of Marino Institute of Education on the topics of literacy and disadvantage and more. Among the topics we discuss during the podcast are the following: Effects of Fluency Oriented Instruction on Motivation for Reading of Struggling ReadersFluency oriented instruction and the work of Stephen Stahl, Kathleen Heubach and Bonnie CramondLouise Rosenblattefferent/aesthetic...

Duration:04:16:36

Inside Education 414, Stefan Ward on Physical Education & Positive Youth Development (29-3-21)

3/29/2021
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this week's podcast I am joined by Professor Stefan Ward from Central Washington University who is currently a Fulbright Scholar in Dublin City University Institute of Education. Among the topics we discuss are: Project Fun DirectionShape AmericaTom Martinek Missy ParkerTeaching Personal and Social Responsibility Youth Development and Physical Activity

Duration:00:39:04

Podcast 413 John Hattie on Visible Learning and More (22-3-21)

3/22/2021
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. In this episode my guest is Emeritus Professor John Hattie from the University of Melbourne. Among many other contributions to education, he has developed the idea of visible learning. Among the topics we discuss in the podcast are the following: CanastaGert BiestaShirley ClarkeGuy ClaxtonGraham Nuthall

Duration:03:18:46

Podcast 412, Academic Integrity: Plagiarism, Predatory Publishing and Contract Cheating (6-3-21)

3/6/2021
On this week's podcast I address the topic of academic integrity, a concern at all levels of the education system. My guest is Professor Diane Pecorari from the City University of Hong Kong, who is an expert in this area. Among the topics we discuss on the episode are the following: TurnitinUrkundthis websiteAcademic Tribes and Territories

Duration:03:02:48

Podcast 411, Curriculum Integration (19-12-20)

12/19/2020
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. In this episode I speak to two experts on curriculum integration from Brock University in Ontario, Canada, Professor Susan Drake and Dr. Joanne Reid. Among the topics we discuss are the following: EdutopiaProject-based learningCurriculum Overload: A Way ForwardThe Eight Year StudyGordon Vars and research on integrated curriculumBluewater studyWilliam Heard KilpatrickJames BeaneHigh Tech HighGenius Hourherebell hooksInside the Black Box In addition,...

Duration:03:45:28

Podcast 410, Education Historian, Dr. Thomas Walsh (5-12-20)

12/6/2020
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this week's podcast Education Historian Dr. Thomas Walsh applies a historical perspective to analyse cotemporary policy and practice in curriculum, early childhood education and more. Among the topics we discuss are: Stanley LetterherehereResisting the seduction of the global measurement industry: notes on the social psychology of PISAThe Beautiful Risk of Education

Duration:03:33:45

Podcast 409, Teaching Africa and Challenging Perceptions in Schools (29-11-20)

11/29/2020
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney On this week's podcast I interview the editors of a book titled Challenging perceptions of Africa in schools: Critical approaches to global justice education. They are my colleague Dr. Barbara O'Toole, from the Marino Institute of Education and Dr. Ebun Joseph and Dr. David Nyaluke from University College Dublin. Among the topics we discussed on the programme are the following: Danger of a single storyWhite Teacher The River BetweenThings fall apart...

Duration:03:06:17

Podcast 408, Jennifer O'Sullivan on Teaching Reading (14-11-20)

11/14/2020
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this week's programme I am delighted to interview my colleague, Dr. Jennifer O'Sullivan on the topic of teaching reading. Specifically, we explore the areas of phonemic awareness, phonological awareness and picture books. Jennifer also recommends several useful resources for teaching reading. Among the topics we discuss and the resources mentioned are the following: Anthony BrowneI want my hat backThe Arrival The Paperbag PrincessLiteracy in the...

Duration:00:40:22

Podcast 407, Pam Moran on 21st Century Education (1-11-20)

11/1/2020
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. My guest on the podcast this week is Dr. Pam Moran who is the Executive Director of the Virginia School Consortium for Learning and is a former superintendent of Albemarle County Public Schools. Among the points we discussed in the podcast were the following: Desmos MAKER LEARNING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS Flipgrid EDUCATION FOR THE 21ST CENTURY Learn or Die Humility is the New SmartHyper Learning: Learning at the speed of...

Duration:00:49:42

Podcast 406, Drama and Theatre in Education (12-10-20)

10/12/2020
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this week's podcast I discuss drama and theatre in education with Madeline Michel, a teacher in Monticello High School in Charlottesville Virginia. Madeline was the 2019 winner of the Tony award for excellence in theatre education. Among the topics we discuss in the course of the podcast are the following: Nice White Parents podcast Thanks to John Heffernan who suggested Madeline as a guest for the podcast.

Duration:02:40:15

Podcast 405, Teaching to Help Students find Purpose (30-9-20)

9/30/2020
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this week's podcast my guest is Professor William (Bill) Damon from Stanford University Graduate School of Education where he directs the Stanford Center on Adolescence. He is the author of many books, including The Path to Purpose. We discuss how students can be helped to find purpose in life. Among the topics discussed on this week's programme are: Being MortalDiane Ravitch

Duration:00:42:28

Podcast 404, Teaching and Learning Outdoors with Paddy Madden (21-9-20)

9/21/2020
On this week's programme I speak to Paddy Madden about teaching and learning outdoors. Among the topics we discuss are: Forest bathingNoticing NatureChildren Learning Outside the classroomWays of KnowingEngage with NatureLast Child in the Woods Pushkin Trust

Duration:01:07:22

Programme 403, Combining Challenge and Differentiated Instruction in Maths Teaching (1-6-20)

6/1/2020
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. This week on the programme I interview five colleagues who participated recently in an Erasmus+ project titled EDUCATE. This project involved developing materials for teachers, providing providing professional development, and conducting research on how to combine challenge and differentiated instruction in the teaching of mathematics at pre-primary, primary and post-primary levels. Project materials are available here. The guests on the programme are...

Duration:01:46:51

Programme 402, Derek Sivers on Learning, Creating and Educating (20-5-20)

5/20/2020
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. This week on the podcast my guest is Derek Sivers, a musician who founded the CD company CD Baby before leaving it to write and practise philosophy. His website is well worth checking out. Among the topics we discuss on the podcast are: Naval Ravikantlist of booksKimo WilliamsDerekAudio version of The Odyssey podcast between Tyler Cowen and Emily WilsonFlowThe Flipped Classroom He recommends the following books, article and pieces of music in the...

Duration:00:51:01

Programme 401, The Case for a librarian in every school (15-5-20)

5/15/2020
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this week's programme school librarian from the Albemarle School System in the State of Virginia in the United States, Ida Mae Craddock (Mae) makes the case for having a school librarian in every school. We discuss her work as a school librarian. Among the topics covered are: masters in library scienceOld Dominion UniversitySchool Librarian ConnectionSchool Library JournalMaker Educator CollectiveTeaching as a subversive activityWalden

Duration:00:27:28

Programme 400, Matthew Dicks on Storytelling and Teaching (9-5-20)

5/9/2020
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this 400th episode of Inside Education I am delighted to be joined by the co-presenter of my favourite podcast, Speak-up Storytelling. Matthew Dicks is also an elementary school teacher and the author of Storyworthy: Engage, teach, persuade, and change your life through the power of storytelling. He blogs and shares other resources at his website. Matthew shares a story with listeners to this week's podcast and among the other topics we discuss...

Duration:00:50:59

Programme 399, Daniel Davey on Nutrition and Education (1-5-20)

5/1/2020
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney On this week's podcast my guest is website entrepreneur, bestselling author and performance nutritionist, Daniel Davey. Daniel Davey is the senior performance nutritionist with Leinster Rugby and with the Dublin Senior Football team. The focus of our conversation is nutrition and education. Among the topics we discuss are the following: healthy plates

Duration:01:57:33