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Visions of Education

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Visions of Education is an education podcast where education professor Dan Krutka and high school social studies teacher Michael Milton have conversations with educators to discuss their big ideas in education. VoE also partners with the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) and associated groups to provide the latest from classroom teachers, education, professors, and researchers on social studies education.

Visions of Education is an education podcast where education professor Dan Krutka and high school social studies teacher Michael Milton have conversations with educators to discuss their big ideas in education. VoE also partners with the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) and associated groups to provide the latest from classroom teachers, education, professors, and researchers on social studies education.

Location:

United States

Description:

Visions of Education is an education podcast where education professor Dan Krutka and high school social studies teacher Michael Milton have conversations with educators to discuss their big ideas in education. VoE also partners with the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) and associated groups to provide the latest from classroom teachers, education, professors, and researchers on social studies education.

Twitter:

@visionsofed

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 160: An AsianCrit Perspective on U.S. History with Sohyun An

4/7/2021
In episode 160, Dan and Michael chat with Sohyun An about her new Social Education article titled, “First Graders' Inquiry into Multicolored Stories of School (De)Segregation” by Sohyun An.

Duration:00:44:35

Episode 159: Young Children Mobilizing Digital Media with Jon Wargo

3/21/2021
In episode 159, Dan and Michael chat with Jon Wargo about his new article in Theory & Research in Social Education (TRSE) titled, “‘Sound” civics, heard histories: A critical case of young children mobilizing digital media to write (right) injustice?”

Duration:00:35:13

Episode 158: Hard History Lessons with Alysha Butler-Arnold

3/13/2021
In episode 158, Dan and Michael chat with Alysha Butler-Arnold about her new article in Social Education titled, “Why My Students Weren’t Surprised on January 6th.”

Duration:00:31:26

Episode 157: Teaching the Haitian Revolution with Jennifer Pontius-Vandenberg

3/5/2021
In episode 157, Dan and Michael chat with Jennifer Pontius-Vandenberg about her new article in Social Education titled, “Teaching the Haitian Revolution.”

Duration:00:54:38

Episode 156: Busing and Historical Empathy with Katherine Perrotta

2/26/2021
In episode 156, Dan and Michael chat with Katherine Perrotta about her new article in Middle Level Learning titled, “Promoting Historical Empathy with the C3 Framework: Analyzing the Busing Controversy in United States History.”

Duration:00:36:58

Episode 155: Navigating Identity as Controversy with Jenni Conrad

2/20/2021
In episode 155, Dan and Michael chat with Jenni Conrad about her new article in Theory & Research in Social Education (TRSE) titled, “Navigating identity as a controversial issue: One teacher’s disclosure for critical empathic reasoning.”

Duration:00:36:13

Episode 154: Black Historical Consciousness with LaGarrett King

2/8/2021
In episode 154, Dan and Michael chat with friend of the pod Dr. LaGarrett King about his new article in Social Education titled, “Black History is Not American History: Toward a Framework of Black Historical Consciousness.”

Duration:00:36:55

Episode 153: Dictators and Democracy with Kenneth C. Davis

1/22/2021
In episode 153, Dan and Michael chat with friend of the pod Kenneth C. Davis about the pandemic, insurrection, and his new book, Strongman: The Rise of Five Dictators and the Fall of Democracy.

Duration:00:51:23

Episode 152: Critical pedagogy for democratic citizenship with Melissa Gibson

9/21/2020
In episode 152, Dan and Michael chat with Melissa Gibson about their new article in Theory & Research in Social Education titled, “From deliberation to counter-narration: Toward a critical pedagogy for democratic citizenship.”

Duration:00:35:27

Episode 151: Articulating Whiteness in Social Studies Education with Andrea Hawkman and Sarah Shear

8/21/2020
In episode 151, Dan and Michael chat with friends of the pod, Drs. Andrea Hawman and Sarah Shear, about their new book, Marking the "Invisible”: Articulating Whiteness in Social Studies Education.”

Duration:01:12:14

Episode 150: Black Teachers Interrupting Their White Colleagues’ Racism with Dr. Kristen Duncan

8/12/2020
In episode 150, Dan and Michael chat with Dr. Kristen Duncan of Clemson University about teaching social studies and her recent publication in Educational Studies, “‘They Hate on Me!’: Black Teachers Interrupting Their White Colleagues’ Racism.”

Duration:00:31:42

Episode 149: KidCitizen with Ilene & Michael Berson

8/5/2020
In episode 149, Dan and Michael chat with Ilene & Michael Berson of the University of South Florida about their KidCitizen app, cybersafety, and other digital resources that can support social studies instruction whether your class meets at school or remotely.

Duration:00:37:28

Episode 148: Nurturing Black and Brown Students in Schools with Marquita Foster & Danelle Adeniji

7/17/2020
In episode 148, Dan and Michael chat with University of North Texas doctoral students Marquita Foster & Danelle Adeniji about the pandemic, nurturing Black and Brown students, and disrupting harmful practices in schools.

Duration:00:50:57

Episode 147: Flint Water Crisis with Annie Whitlock

7/5/2020
In episode 147, Dan and Michael chat with Annie Whitlock about the Flint water crisis, social studies, and education.

Duration:00:51:34

Episode 146: (Un)restricting Feminism in Social Studies with Lauren Colley

6/16/2020
In episode 146, Dan and Michael chat with Lauren Colley about her new TRSE publication, “(Un)Restricting feminism: High school students’ definitions of gender and feminism in the context of the historic struggle for women’s rights.”

Duration:00:31:23

Episode 145: Elementary World Cultures Curriculum with Heidi Torres

6/4/2020
In Episode 142, Dan and Michael chat with Heidi Torres about her recent article in Theory & Research in Social Education titled, “‘They have their own way, and you should respect that’: Investigating the outcomes of an elementary world cultures curriculum.”

Duration:00:35:17

Episode 144: Informational Graphics in the Elementary Classroom by Emma Thacker & Jeremy Stoddard

5/24/2020
In Episode 144, Dan and Michael chat with Emma Thacker and Jeremy Stoddard about their recent article in Social Studies & the Young Learner titled, “Reading, Analyzing, and Creating Informational Graphics in the Elementary Classroom.”

Duration:00:30:44

Episode 143: Advocacy for Social Studies with Tina Heafner

5/13/2020
In Episode 143, Dan and Michael chat with NCSS President Tina Heafner about agency, advocacy, and activism for the social studies.

Duration:00:41:16

Episode 142: Teaching Machines and EdTech with Audrey Watters

4/21/2020
In episode 142, Dan, Michael, and Dan’s doctoral students chat with Audrey Watters about problems with edtech, HACK Education, and her forthcoming book, “Teaching Machines.”

Duration:00:53:33

Episode 141: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code with Ruha Benjamin

4/5/2020
In Episode 141, Dan, Michael, and Dan’s doctoral students chat with Dr. Ruha Benjamin of Princeton University about her scholarship and new book, “Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code.”

Duration:01:03:10