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'Goodbyes' In Education - 0 views

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    "If you think about the way our educational system is set up, it's this constant cycle of goodbyes." Ed Burger and Jennifer Stayton discuss endings and beginnings, as we pass the end of the academic year and approach graduation.
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Digital Literacy - Then and Now - 0 views

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    Terrific podcast interview with Bryan Alexander, looking largely at digital literacies and students as creators. Bryan will give a workshop on digital storytelling at Kenyon this summer; contact Joe Murphy for details.
Joe Murphy

Ross Louis on the Monument Crisis - 1 views

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    Xavier University of Louisiana uses the "deliberative discussion" framework in a public speaking class to facilitate community conversations about current political issues.
Joe Murphy

Teach Students How to Learn - 0 views

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    On this podcast, Saundra McGuire discusses the ways she's seen student achievement improve by working lessons in study skills into her classes. Are there basic (or basic-seeming) learning skills you'll be encouraging your students to use this semester?
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You Don't Know Your Students. This Professor Hopes to Change That. - 1 views

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    You may know Michael Wesch from his videos "The Machine is Us/ing Us" or "What Baby George and Handstands Taught Me". In this interview he talks about his next project, a podcast series which will present ethnographic participant-observations of student life, with the goal of deeper understanding of student life.
Joe Murphy

Warning! This Episode May Trigger Debate - 1 views

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    NPR's Code Switch podcast covered a survey of over 800 faculty members regarding the use of trigger warnings, and then interviewed 2 faculty members in depth about their experiences preparing students for the hard work of engaging emotionally and socially difficult subject matter.
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Exploring The Psychology of Cheating - 0 views

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    How could research on the psychology of cheating impact our discussions about academic honesty?
Joe Murphy

The research on course evaluations - 1 views

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    Terrific podcast discussion reviewing the body of literature on course evaluations. Did you know it's one of the deepest areas of research in the scholarship of teaching and learning?
Joe Murphy

Higher Ed: The 'Messiness' of Learning - 0 views

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    Kenyon folks may appreciate Ed Burger's comments in this podcast about the tidyness of our campuses and the messiness of the learning process.
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Take-aways from the Lilly Conference - 0 views

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    Good podcast episode running down a variety of significant findings in the scholarship of teaching and learning.
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Talking to students about vocation - 0 views

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    In the liberal arts, we can be rightly skeptical about teaching "job skills"... but how can we help students develop their sense of what makes their lives more meaningful and fulfilling, including employment?
Joe Murphy

The ethics of plagiariam detection - 0 views

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    Very interesting podcast episode. Turnitin inspires some strong reactions. Some professors are intentional and creative in the way they integrate it with their writing pedagogy. Others raise a number of important ethical questions about they way the tool makes assumptions about your classroom environment.
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The public and the private in scholarship and teaching - 0 views

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    Very interesting stuff in this interview about public scholarship and open educational resources, and student privacy in digital scholarship.
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In The Classroom, Common Ground Can Transform GPAs - 1 views

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    Terrific podcast review of research about the importance of teacher-student relationships on student achievement.
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Grading exams with integrity - 0 views

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    Lots of interesting ideas in this podcast episode for removing potential sources of unconscious bias from your grading.
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Using Real Art and Artifacts in Your Teaching - 0 views

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    Interesting podcast episode about incorporating physical art and artifacts in teaching, and the ways they can prompt a variety of disciplinary thinking and observational skills.
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The terror of teaching - 0 views

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    I was pretty impressed by this podcast host's willingness to share her fears about her teaching, and the specific productivity tips which help her deal with them.
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Finding meaning in our work - 0 views

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    Good discussion on this podcast of the issues of passion, meaning, and work-life balance for faculty. Also, I think, an interesting model for talking to students about our work, and our work histories.
Joe Murphy

What the best college teachers do - Podcast with Ken Bain - 1 views

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    We're having a series of book club meetings (and a book club blog) on Ken Bain's book this summer. This interview is particularly interesting for the way Bain expands on his thinking since the book was published.
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What to do with your (digital) scholarship - 1 views

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    Big issues on this episode of the Digital Campus podcast. The MLA is opening a new repository for scholarship in the humanities. Would you be more likely to use it, or Digital Kenyon, to preserve and distribute your work? The AHA has issues some guidelines about assessing digital work in history; the panelists debate what they're good for and where they don't go far enough.
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    Big issues on this episode of the Digital Campus podcast. The MLA is opening a new repository for scholarship in the humanities. Would you be more likely to use it, or Digital Kenyon, to preserve and distribute your work? The AHA has issues some guidelines about assessing digital work in history; the panelists debate what they're good for and where they don't go far enough.
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