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Antiracist Writing Assessment Ecologies

6/14/2018
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Asao B. Inoue discusses antiracist writing assessment ecologies on episode 209 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.

Duration:00:43:28

The 208 Backstory

6/7/2018
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Bonni Stachowiak shares the 208 backstory on episode 208 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.

Duration:00:32:26

Rethinking Higher Education

5/31/2018
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Wendy Purcell shares about rethinking higher education on episode 207 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. The post Rethinking Higher Education appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:35:31

Inquiry-based Learning

5/24/2018
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Jeffery Galle discusses inquiry-based learning on episode 206 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. The post Inquiry-based Learning appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:39:02

The College Classroom Assessment Compendium

5/17/2018
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Jay Parkes and Dawn Zimmaro discuss their book The College Classroom Assessment Compendium: A Practical Guide to the College Instructor’s Daily Assessment Life on episode 205 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. The post The College Classroom Assessment Compendium appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:37:23

The Spark of Learning Reprise

5/10/2018
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Sarah Rose Cavanagh shares about her book, The Spark of Learning, and more on episode 204 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. The post The Spark of Learning Reprise appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:36:55

My Flipped Classroom

5/3/2018
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Jan H. Jensen shares about his flipped classroom on episode 203 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. The post My Flipped Classroom appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:43:12

Supporting Students Who are Veterans

4/26/2018
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Kevin Jones describes ways we can support our students who are veterans on episode 202 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. The post Supporting Students Who are Veterans appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:36:53

Frictionless Systems

4/19/2018
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Dave Stachowiak and I talk about frictionless systems on episode 201 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. The post Frictionless Systems appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:34:57

Changing Our Minds About Teaching

4/12/2018
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Maha Bali, Robin DeRosa, and Mike Truong discuss changing our minds about teaching on episode 200 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. The post Changing Our Minds About Teaching appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:38:49

A Student’s Perspective

4/5/2018
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Sierra Smith shares a student’s perspective on episode 199 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. The post A Student’s Perspective appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:38:19

The intersections between play, games, and learning

3/29/2018
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Nic Holt shares about the intersections between play, games, and learning on episode 198 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Always try to create those cross-silo engagements. —Nic Holt Before we can all learn together, we have to be nice and good to one another. —Nic Holt If you have [Continue Reading...] The post The intersections between play, games, and learning appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:39:09

Interactivity and inclusivity can help close the achievement gap

3/22/2018
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Viji Sathy and Kelly Hogan describe how inclusivity can help close the achievement gap on episode 197 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. The post Interactivity and inclusivity can help close the achievement gap appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:46:22

Reading as Collective Action

3/15/2018
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Nicholas Hengen Fox shares about his book, Reading as Collective Action, on episode 196 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Resources Mentioned September 11 attacks Sep 1, 1939 by W. H. Auden Grapes of Wrath* by John Steinbeck Working class literature The Theory of Communicative Action: Jurgen Habermas’s theory 001: The Theory of Communicative [Continue Reading...] The post Reading as Collective Action appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:31:39

Considering Open Education with an Interdisciplinary Lens

3/8/2018
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Robin DeRosa discusses considering open education with an interdisciplinary lens on episode 195 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. The post Considering Open Education with an Interdisciplinary Lens appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:33:41

Interactive Theatre Enters the Classroom

3/1/2018
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James Wilson on episode 194 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast shares about Interactive Theatre in the classroom. Quotes from the episode Humans are hardwired for learning by doing. —James Wilson Everybody in everyday life is an actor … it shouldn’t be deemed an untouchable art form. —James Wilson I haven’t come across a [Continue Reading...] The post Interactive Theatre Enters the Classroom appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:38:40

Diversity and Inclusion – How Does Higher Ed Rate?

2/22/2018
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Amer Ahmed shares how higher ed rates in diversity and inclusion on episode 193 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Are we healing when we’re in a constant state of frustration? —Amer F. Ahmed Getting people off the defensive is really important. —Amer F. Ahmed People don’t just snap their [Continue Reading...] The post Diversity and Inclusion – How Does Higher Ed Rate? appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:29:53

Using Data to Stimulate Student Learning

2/15/2018
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Eric Loepp discusses how he uses data to stimulate student learning on episode 192 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Resources Mentioned Beyond Polls: Using Science and Student Data to Stimulate Learning FiveThirtyEight New York Times Washington Post You Draw It: What Got Better or Worse During Obama’s Presidency Qualtrics Parks and Recreation Recommendations [Continue Reading...] The post Using Data to Stimulate Student Learning appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:39:13

Creating Immersive Learning Experiences in Online Courses

2/8/2018
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Ric Montelongo describes how he creates immersive learning experiences in online classes on episode 191 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode If you experiment, look at what support your institution has to offer. —Ric Montelongo Technology isn’t limited to online classes. —Ric Montelongo Be very mindful of privacy — not [Continue Reading...] The post Creating Immersive Learning Experiences in Online Courses appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:36:24

Using Game-Based Pedagogy and Studying Our Teaching

2/1/2018
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Eddie talks about studying our teaching and his new book: Playing to Learn with Reacting to the Past: Research on High Impact, Active Learning Practices* on episode 190 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode We should take teaching … as seriously as we take researching. —C. Edward Watson Are students [Continue Reading...] The post Using Game-Based Pedagogy and Studying Our Teaching appeared first on Teaching in Higher Ed.

Duration:00:33:54