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Storytelling: Audience, Path, and Destination
Aug 6 • 43 min
Josef Woldense discusses the elements of storytelling: audience, path, and destination on episode 321 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
How to Be Together in Learning Online
Jul 29 • 46 min
Jesse Stommel talks about how to be together in learning online on episode 320 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Fostering Inclusion in Our Teaching
Jul 23 • 30 min
Marlo Goldstein Hode discusses barriers to inclusion in our teaching and approaches to embrace a diverse classroom on episode 319 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
The Alchemy of Us
Jul 16 • 37 min
Ainissa Ramirez shares about her new book, The Alchemy of Us, on episode 318 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Mental Health on the College Campus
Jul 9 • 43 min
Laura Horne shares about student mental health – creating a culture of caring on episode 317 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Designing for the Uncertain Fall
Jul 2 • 43 min
Maria Andersen discusses how to design courses for the uncertain Fall semester on episode 316 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Theory vs Practice
Jun 25 • 26 min
Viviana Pezzullo shares about theory versus practice in pedagogy on episode 315 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Culturally Responsive Online Teaching
Jun 18 • 38 min
EPISODE SPONSORS: Courtney Plotts discusses culturally-responsive online teaching on episode 314 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
This is Not a Test
Jun 11 • 33 min
José Luis Vilson discusses race, class, and education on episode 313 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Digital Visitors and Residents
Jun 4 • 44 min
David White shares about digital visitors and residents on episode 312 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Values-Centered Instructional Planning
May 28 • 44 min
Robin DeRosa and Martha Burtis about the new ACE framework to guide instructional planning in responses to COVID-19 on episode 311 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Learning in a Time of Pandemic
May 21 • 40 min
Remi Kalir shares about teaching and learning in a time of pandemic on episode 310 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Hyflex Learning
May 12 • 39 min
David Rhoads shares about his doctoral research on hyflex learning on episode 309 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
EdTech’s Role in Helping Students Feel Engaged, Safe, and Productive
May 7 • 38 min
Ryan Straight shares ways to use EdTech to help students feel engaged, connected, safe, and productive on episode 308 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast
Commitment to Change
Apr 30 • 37 min
Dale Hoffman shares about a commitment to change on episode 307 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Agency, Learning, and Purpose
Apr 23 • 45 min
Martha Burtis shares about agency, learning, and purpose on episode 306 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Inspiration, Failures, and Everything in Between
Apr 16 • 38 min
David White and Jose Bowen share about inspiration, failures and everything in between on episode 305 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto
Apr 9 • 44 min
Kevin Gannon shares about his book – Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto on episode 304 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Critical Pedagogy in STEM
Apr 2 • 36 min
Rissa Sorensen-Unruh and Sean Michael Morris discuss critical pedagogy in STEM on episode 303 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
OpenEd and EdTech Reflections
Mar 26 • 37 min
Tannis Morgan reflects on OpenEd and EdTech on episode 302 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Positive Work-Life Spillover
Mar 19 • 37 min
Andrew Stenhouse shares about positive work-life spillover on episode 301 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
A Curious Milestone
Mar 12 • 34 min
Bonni Stachowiak celebrates a curious milestone on episode 300 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Growing Up Open
Mar 5 • 33 min
Amanda Coolidge talks about open education and growing up open on episode 299 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Restoring a Love of Reading
Feb 27 • 42 min
David Peña-Guzmán discusses how to help rediscover the joy of reading on episode 298 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Transformative Learning Experiences for Teachers and Students
Feb 20 • 40 min
Christina Zambrano-Varghese and Marcus Flax shares about transformative learning experiences on episode 297 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Toward Cruelty-Free Syllabi
Feb 13 • 38 min
Matthew Cheney describes Cruelty-Free Syllabi on episode 296 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Online Engagement Through Digital PowerUps
Feb 6 • 37 min
Travis Thurston shares how to engage learners with digital powers on episode 295 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
25 Years of EdTech
Jan 30 • 40 min
Martin Weller on episode 294 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Inclusive Practices Through Digital Accessibility
Jan 23 • 37 min
Christina Moore discusses inclusive practices through digital accessibility on episode 293 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
From Weeding Out to Belonging
Jan 16 • 36 min
From Weeding Out to Belonging with Ana Araya-Anchetta, Mar-Elise Hill, and Flower Darby on episode 292 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Learning Myths and Realities
Jan 9 • 40 min
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The Productive Online and Offline Professor
Jan 2 • 35 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares about her new book – The Productive Online and Offline Professor on episode 290 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Syllabus Resources
Dec 26, 2019 • 37 min
Angela Jenks on episode 289 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Academia Next
Dec 19, 2019 • 45 min
Bryan Alexander shares about his book Academia Next on episode 288 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Connected Teaching
Dec 12, 2019 • 40 min
Harriet Schwartz shares about her book Connected Teaching on episode 287 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Geeky Pedagogy
Dec 5, 2019 • 34 min
Jessamyn Neuhas shares about Geeky Pedagogy on episode 286 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Reflections on the ESCALA HSI Summer Institute
Nov 27, 2019 • 33 min
Janue Johnson and Bonni Stachowiak share our reflections on the ESCALA HSI Summer Institute on episode 285 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Process Over Product in Open Education
Nov 21, 2019 • 36 min
Arley Cruthers discusses process over product on episode 283 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Living-Learning Communities That Work
Nov 14, 2019 • 32 min
Mimi Benjamin, Karen Kurotsuchi Inkelas, and Jody E. Jessup-Anger Share about living-learning communities on episode 283 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast
Using Challenges to Motivate Learners
Nov 7, 2019 • 37 min
Michael Wesch shares about using challenges to motivate learners on episode 282 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Homelessness and Housing Insecurity in Higher Education
Oct 31, 2019 • 37 min
Bonni Stachowiak discusses homelessness and housing insecurity in higher education with Rashida Crutchfield and Jennifer Maguire on episode 281 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
The Joy of Teaching – Sustained
Oct 24, 2019 • 36 min
Todd Zakrajsek and Bonni Stachowiak discuss how to sustain our joy of teaching on episode 280 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Applied Creativity for Transformation
Oct 17, 2019 • 35 min
Brian LaDuca shares about applied creativity for transformation on episode 279 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Design Thinking in Teaching and Research
Oct 10, 2019 • 41 min
Nicola Ulibarri explores Design Thinking in Teaching, Research, and Beyond on episode 274.
Intentional Tech
Oct 3, 2019 • 38 min
Derek Bruff discusses his book, Intentional Tech: Principles to Guide the Use of Educational Technology in College Teaching.
Reaching All Learners Through Innovation and Teaching Excellence, with Edward Leach
Sep 26, 2019 • 25 min
Edward Leach shares about Reaching All Learners Through Innovation and Teaching Excellence on episode 276 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
How to Write a Book with People You Met on Twitter
Sep 19, 2019 • 37 min
Melanie Sage, Nancy Smyth, and Laurel Iverson Hitchcock share how they wrote a book with people they met on Twitter on episode 275 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
HIVEMIND
Sep 12, 2019 • 25 min
Sarah Cavanagh shares about her new book, HIVEMIND, on episode 274 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Engaging Learners in Large Classes
Sep 5, 2019 • 30 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares about engaging learners in large classes on episode 273 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast
Inclusified Teaching Evaluation
Aug 29, 2019 • 39 min
Viji Sathy and Kelly Hogan share about inclusified evaluation of our teaching on episode 271 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
The Missing Course by David Gooblar
Aug 22, 2019 • 41 min
David Gooblar shares about his new book, The Missing Course*, on episode 279 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Empathy and Extended Reality
Aug 15, 2019 • 40 min
Jaime Hannans shares about empathy and extended reality on episode 270 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Removing Learning Barriers with Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Aug 8, 2019 • 41 min
Jennifer Pusateri discusses Removing Learning Barriers with Universal Design for Learning (UDL) on episode 269 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Second Year Research and Creative Experience
Aug 1, 2019 • 32 min
Christine Renaudin shares about Sonoma State’s Second Year Research & Creative Experience on episode 268 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Trickle Down Engagement
Jul 25, 2019 • 42 min
Don Saucier discusses trickle-down engagement on episode 267 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Experiential Learning Through Healthy Communities
Jul 18, 2019 • 38 min
Stephanie Bianco shares about experiential learning through healthy communities on episode 266 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Relentless Serving and Learning
Jul 11, 2019 • 42 min
Jianjun Wang describes his Relentless Serving and Learning on episode 265 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Serving Hispanic Students
Jul 3, 2019 • 45 min
Melissa Salazar shares about serving our Hispanic students on episode 264 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Recipes for Effective Teaching
Jun 27, 2019 • 31 min
Elizabeth Barkley shares recipes for effective teaching on episode 263 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Changing Lives, One Petition (and Class) at a Time
Jun 20, 2019 • 38 min
Margaret (Peggy) Stevenson shares how she is Changing Lives, One Petition (and Class) at a Time on episode 262 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Productive Travel
Jun 13, 2019 • 24 min
Dave Stachowiak and I share about productive travel on episode 261 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
A shipwreck, a Fakesbook, and a WISH
Jun 6, 2019 • 38 min
Zoë Wood shares about a shipwreck, a Fakesbook, and a WISH on episode 260 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Intentional and Transparent Assessment
May 30, 2019 • 44 min
Natasha Jankowski shares about intentional and transparent assessment on episode 259 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Paying the Price
May 23, 2019 • 38 min
Sara Goldrick-Rab shares about Paying the Price on episode 258 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Engaging Students Using FlipGrid
May 16, 2019 • 39 min
Ramesh Laungani talks about engaging students using FlipGrid on episode 257 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Creating Wicked Students
May 9, 2019 • 36 min
Paul Hanstedt shares about Creating Wicked Students on episode 256 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
AHSIE Conference Reflections
May 2, 2019 • 16 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares about her experience at the AHSIE Conference on episode 255 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast
Stop Talking, Start Influencing
Apr 25, 2019 • 39 min
Jared Cooney Horvath shares about his book Stop Talking, Start Influencing: 12 Insights from Brain Science to Make Your Message Stick on episode 254 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Spaces and Places (and Nudges)
Apr 18, 2019 • 40 min
Jose Bowen talks about Spaces and Places (and Nudges) on episode 253 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Ownership, equity, and agency in faculty development
Apr 10, 2019 • 43 min
Maha Bali and Autumm Caines share about ownership, equity, and agency in faculty development on episode 252 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Annotating the Marginal Syllabus
Apr 4, 2019 • 42 min
Remi Kalir discusses annotating the marginal syllabus on episode 252 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
One in a Million
Mar 28, 2019 • 41 min
Bonni and Dave Stachowiak and guests celebrate a million downloads of Teaching in Higher Ed on episode 250 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Mindset, Metacognition, and Math
Mar 21, 2019 • 30 min
Silvia Heubach discusses mindset, metacognition, and math on episode 246 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast
Surveying Social and Open Learning
Mar 14, 2019 • 45 min
Debbie Baff talks about surveying social and open learning on episode 248 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Reclaiming the Narrative on the Value of Higher Education
Mar 7, 2019 • 37 min
Eddie Watson talks about reclaiming the narrative on the value of higher education on episode 247 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Teaching STEM for Social Impact
Feb 28, 2019 • 38 min
Erik Helgren and Karina Garbesi share about teaching STEM for social impact on episode 246 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
The Fullness of our Humanity as Teacher and Student
Feb 21, 2019 • 39 min
Dr. Terri Jett discusses the fullness of our humanity as a teacher and student on episode 245 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Create Online Mashups that Ignite Curiosity
Feb 14, 2019 • 30 min
Michael Britt describes how to create online mashups that ignite curiosity on episode 244 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast
The Writer’s Practice
Feb 7, 2019 • 35 min
John Warner shares about his new book, The Writer’s Practice: Building Confidence in Your Nonfiction Writing on episode 243 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Using Virtual Labs and Immersive Reality to Enhance Student Learning
Jan 31, 2019 • 33 min
Kambiz Hamadani discusses using virtual labs and immersive reality to enhance student learning on episode 242 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Inclusive Pedagogy
Jan 24, 2019 • 25 min
Sylvia Kane shares about inclusive pedagogy on episode 241 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Small Teaching Online
Jan 17, 2019 • 33 min
Flower Darby shares about Small Teaching Online on episode 240 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Becoming an Authentic Online Teacher
Jan 10, 2019 • 40 min
Michelle Pacansky-Brock shares how to become an authentic online teacher on episode 239 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast
Connecting with Students Inside and Outside the Classroom
Jan 3, 2019 • 32 min
Zhaoshuo Jiang shares ways to connect with students inside and outside the classroom on episode 238 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Meeting the Needs of Our Students
Dec 27, 2018 • 35 min
Rashida Crutchfield discusses meeting the needs of our students on episode 237 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Arts-based Studio Pedagogy
Dec 20, 2018 • 40 min
Hakan Ozcelik shares about his arts-based studio pedagogy on episode 236 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
How to Be a Generous Professor in Precarious times
Dec 13, 2018 • 38 min
Annemarie Perez and Douglas Dowland share about how to be a generous professor in precarious times on episode 235 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
A New Lens to Support Learning Outcomes
Dec 6, 2018 • 35 min
Maria Andersen discusses a new lens to support learning outcomes on episode 234 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Why They Can’t Write
Nov 29, 2018 • 38 min
John Warner shares about his new book, Why They Can’t Write: Killing the Five-Paragraph Essay and Other Necessities, on episode 233 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Experience Inquiry
Nov 21, 2018 • 33 min
Kimberly L. Mitchell discusses her book, Experience Inquiry, on episode 232 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
How Humans Learn: The Science and Stories behind Effective College Teaching
Nov 15, 2018 • 37 min
Josh Eyler shares about his book How Humans Learn: The Science and Stories behind Effective College Teaching on episode 231 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Teaching with Compassion
Nov 8, 2018 • 40 min
Peter Kaufman discusses teaching with compassion on episode 230 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Growing a Culture of Learning
Nov 1, 2018 • 34 min
Michael Ralph shares about building a culture of learning on episode 229 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
How to Create Engaging Online Classes
Oct 25, 2018 • 42 min
Laura Gibbs discusses how to create engaging online classes on episode 228 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Reach Everyone, Teach Everyone
Oct 18, 2018 • 39 min
Thomas Tobin talks about his book Reach Everyone, Teach Everyone: Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education on episode 227 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Critical Open Pedagogy
Oct 11, 2018 • 40 min
Rajiv Jhangiani shares about critical open pedagogy on episode 226 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Early Beginnings with Open Textbooks
Oct 4, 2018 • 40 min
An Urgency of Teachers
Sep 27, 2018 • 43 min
Jesse Stommel and Sean Michael Morris share about An Urgency of Teachers on episode 224 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
But You Can’t Do That in a STEM Course
Sep 20, 2018 • 37 min
Karen Cangialosi on episode 223 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast discusses open education in STEM.
A Loyal Listener’s Reflections
Sep 13, 2018 • 35 min
Ian Wolf shares his reflections on listening to all the episodes of Teaching in Higher Ed on episode 222.
On the Other Side of Freedom
Sep 6, 2018 • 18 min
DeRay Mckesson shares about his new book, On the Other Side of Freedom: A Case for Hope, on episode 221 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Career Leadership and Learning
Aug 30, 2018 • 26 min
Jeremy Podany explores career leadership and learning on episode 220 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Agile Faculty
Aug 23, 2018 • 39 min
Rebecca Pope Ruark discusses her book, Agile Faculty, on episode 219 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Courses as Stories
Aug 16, 2018 • 39 min
Alan Levine shares how he creates courses as stories on episode 218 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
How to Ungrade
Aug 9, 2018 • 36 min
Jesse Stommel shares about how to ungrade on episode 217 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Research on Engaging Learners
Aug 2, 2018 • 39 min
Peter Felten discusses the research on engaging learners on episode 216 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Teaching as an act of social justice and equity
Jul 26, 2018 • 35 min
Bryan Dewsbury describes teaching as an act of social justice and equity on episode 215 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
On Not Affirming Our Values
Jul 19, 2018 • 39 min
Stephen Finley, Lori Martin, and Biko Mandela Gray share about their article: “Affirming Our Values”: African American Scholars, White Virtual Mobs, and the Complicity of White University Administrators on episode 214 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Personal Knowledge Mastery
Jul 12, 2018 • 39 min
Harold Jarche discusses personal knowledge mastery on episode 213 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Delegation in an academic context and other listener questions
Jul 5, 2018 • 44 min
Bonni Stachowiak answers listener questions on episode 212 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Reflecting on Our Teaching
Jun 28, 2018 • 34 min
Teaching the Literature Survey Course
Jun 21, 2018 • 38 min
James Lang shares about teaching the Literature Survey course on episode 210 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Antiracist Writing Assessment Ecologies
Jun 14, 2018 • 43 min
Asao B. Inoue discusses antiracist writing assessment ecologies on episode 209 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
The 208 Backstory
Jun 7, 2018 • 32 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares the 208 backstory on episode 208 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Rethinking Higher Education
May 31, 2018 • 35 min
Wendy Purcell shares about rethinking higher education on episode 207 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Inquiry-based Learning
May 24, 2018 • 39 min
Jeffery Galle discusses inquiry-based learning on episode 206 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
The College Classroom Assessment Compendium
May 17, 2018 • 37 min
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 Spark of Learning Reprise
May 10, 2018 • 36 min
Sarah Rose Cavanagh shares about her book, The Spark of Learning, and more on episode 204 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
My Flipped Classroom
May 3, 2018 • 43 min
Jan H. Jensen shares about his flipped classroom on episode 203 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Supporting Students Who are Veterans
Apr 26, 2018 • 36 min
Kevin Jones describes ways we can support our students who are veterans on episode 202 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Frictionless Systems
Apr 19, 2018 • 34 min
Dave Stachowiak and I talk about frictionless systems on episode 201 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Changing Our Minds About Teaching
Apr 12, 2018 • 38 min
Maha Bali, Robin DeRosa, and Mike Truong discuss changing our minds about teaching on episode 200 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
A Student’s Perspective
Apr 5, 2018 • 38 min
Sierra Smith shares a student’s perspective on episode 199 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
The intersections between play, games, and learning
Mar 29, 2018 • 39 min
Nic Holt shares about the intersections between play, games, and learning on episode 198 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Interactivity and inclusivity can help close the achievement gap
Mar 22, 2018 • 46 min
Viji Sathy and Kelly Hogan describe how inclusivity can help close the achievement gap on episode 197 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Reading as Collective Action
Mar 15, 2018 • 31 min
Nicholas Hengen Fox shares about his book, Reading as Collective Action, on episode 196 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Considering Open Education with an Interdisciplinary Lens
Mar 8, 2018 • 33 min
Robin DeRosa discusses considering open education with an interdisciplinary lens on episode 195 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Interactive Theatre Enters the Classroom
Mar 1, 2018 • 38 min
James Wilson on episode 194 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast shares about Interactive Theatre in the classroom.
Diversity and Inclusion – How Does Higher Ed Rate?
Feb 22, 2018 • 29 min
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…
Using Data to Stimulate Student Learning
Feb 15, 2018 • 39 min
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…
Creating Immersive Learning Experiences in Online Courses
Feb 8, 2018 • 36 min
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…
Using Game-Based Pedagogy and Studying Our Teaching
Feb 1, 2018 • 33 min
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…
Designing Online Experiences for Learners
Jan 25, 2018 • 32 min
Judith Boettcher shares her expertise designing online experiences for learners on episode 189 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Autonomy really means helping students have their own sense of self. —Judith Boettcher What we…
Designing Inclusive Games for The Higher Ed Classroom
Jan 18, 2018 • 39 min
Anastasia Salter on episode 188 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast discusses designing inclusive games for the Higher Ed classroom. Quotes from the episode What comes out of it is what someone imagines. —Anastasia Salter The first thing to decide is why…
Laptops: Friend or Foe
Jan 11, 2018 • 39 min
Todd Zakrajsek discusses laptops – friend or foe? – on episode 187 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Laptops weren’t the problem to begin with — attention was the problem. —Todd Zakrajsek Banning the problem doesn’t change the…
Assessing the Impact of Open Educational Resources
Jan 4, 2018 • 36 min
Eddie Watson shares about assessing the impact of open educational resources on episode 186 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Resources Mentioned Episode 137 – Eddie talked about Teaching Naked Techniques Teaching Naked Techniques: A Practical Guide…
Privacy and Safety in Online Learning
Dec 28, 2017 • 36 min
Christian Friedrich shares about privacy and safety in online learning on episode 185 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Privacy and safety are not the same thing. —Christian Friedrich Safety and privacy usually are contextual.…
The Science of Retrieval Practice
Dec 21, 2017 • 37 min
Pooja Agarwal discusses the science of retrieval practice on episode 184 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Resources Mentioned
Open Education Inspiration
Dec 14, 2017 • 39 min
Robin DeRosa inspired us through open education on episode 183 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode
Equity in Learning Design
Dec 7, 2017 • 33 min
Christian Friedrich discusses equity in learning design on episode 182 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode I always try to work with the learners themselves. —Christian Friedrich Lots of faculty fall into the trap of judging…
Gifts for Learning and Productivity
Nov 30, 2017 • 35 min
Dave and Bonni Stachowiak share ideas for holiday gifts on this special 181st episode of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Resources Mentioned Greetabl* (15% off link) Blinkist* (free trial) Kindle* Audible* (2 free books + 30 days free) Article on…
Becoming a Student Again
Nov 22, 2017 • 31 min
Katie Linder and Bonni Stachowiak talk about returning to the role of the student on episode 180 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode We can become a student to become a better teacher. —Katie Linder People like to learn in…
Active Learning in STEM Courses
Nov 16, 2017 • 40 min
Paul Blowers discusses active learning in STEM courses on episode 179 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode I am very open about my own failures. —Paul Blowers I tell students right up front: I will not be defeated. And I try to…
Igniting Our Imagination in Digital Learning and Pedagogy
Nov 9, 2017 • 31 min
Remi Kalir talks about igniting our imagination in digital learning and pedagogy on episode 178 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Play is not a synonym for fun. —Remi Kalir Our ability to change our minds … is very important.…
Learning Is Not a Spectator Sport
Nov 2, 2017 • 40 min
Maria Andersen shares about how learning is not a spectator sport on episode 177 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode I feel like we’ve made online learning really transactional. — Maria Andersen We’ve taken the joy and excitement…
OpenEd17 Recap and Other Teaching Lessons
Oct 26, 2017 • 20 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares her experience attending OpenEd17, as well as other teaching lessons, on episode 176 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Resources Mentioned Open Education 2017 Conference Student Panel – Santa Ana college American Concrete…
GTD, UDL, and Other Listener Questions
Oct 19, 2017 • 39 min
Bonni and Dave Stachowiak answer listener questions on episode 175 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Resources Mentioned Choose Your Own Adventure Learning, Part 1 Choose Your Own Adventure Learning, Part 2 Choose Your Own Adventure Assessment…
21st Century Learning Objectives
Oct 12, 2017 • 37 min
Laura Gogia shares how to develop learning objectives for the 21st century on episode 174 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode There are people out there who live and die by learning objectives, and there are people who think they…
Resisting Resilience
Oct 5, 2017 • 35 min
David Webster and Nicola Rivers resist resilience and share other unpopular opinions on episode 173 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Values, Interdisciplinary Knowledge, and Pedagogy
Sep 28, 2017 • 42 min
John Warner shares about values, interdisciplinary knowledge, and pedagogy on episode 172 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode I realized I could make choices consistent with what I think is important. —John Warner What we think…
Why Students Resist Learning
Sep 21, 2017 • 36 min
Anton Tolman shares about his book Why Students Resist Learning: A Practical Model for Understanding and Helping Students edited by Anton O. Tolman and Janine Kremling on episode 171 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Everybody…
Weapons of Math Destruction
Sep 14, 2017 • 38 min
Cathy O’Neil shares about her book, Weapons of Math Destruction, on episode 170 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode This has very little to do with technical knowledge and everything to do with power. —Cathy O’Neil They think…
The New Education: How to Revolutionize the University to Prepare Students for a World in Flux
Sep 7, 2017 • 41 min
Cathy Davidson shares about her book, A New Education: How to Revolutionize the University to Prepare Students for a World in Flux on episode 169 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode We’ve divided things up into very strange and…
How to Effectively Use Presentation Tools in Our Teaching
Aug 31, 2017 • 38 min
Teddy Svoronos talks about how to effectively use presentation tools in our teaching on episode 168 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode A real tech win to me is a device that both enhances the student experience and also reduces…
EdTech Across the Disciplines
Aug 24, 2017 • 42 min
Maria and Ben share about educational technology across the disciplines on episode 167 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode There’s really no end to the ways screencasting can be used. —Ben Kahn Don’t try to go it alone, because…
Healing Conversations About Racial Identity
Aug 17, 2017 • 39 min
Bruce Hoskins and I attempt to model how to have healing conversations about racial identity on episode 166 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode People are not necessarily the problem, it’s what people are taught that is the…
Teaching Lessons from Course Evaluations
Aug 10, 2017 • 43 min
Dave Stachowiak and I talk about teaching lessons from my course evaluations on episode 165 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode I hope students realize that I’m learning too, and I’m willing to grow and change and adapt. — Dave…
Setting Students Up for Success from the Start
Aug 3, 2017 • 41 min
Joe Hoyle shares his expertise from 46 years of teaching and reflects on how to set students up for success from the start on episode 164 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode If you want to become a better teacher, start writing…
Games in the Higher Ed Classroom
Jul 27, 2017 • 39 min
Stacy Jacob talks about her experience incorporating games in her classes on episode 163 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode You really have to be willing to fail. —Stacy Jacob Learn something new every year. —Stacy Jacob They…
What We Should Know About APIs
Jul 20, 2017 • 38 min
Kris Shaffer shares what we should know about APIs on episode 162 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode APIs are how computers talk to each other. —Kris Shaffer APIs are the bones of the internet. —Kris Shaffer It’s interesting to…
Teaching Social Entrepreneurship in Two Worlds
Jul 13, 2017 • 34 min
Teresa Chahine shares about teaching social entrepreneurship in two worlds on episode 161 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode There is definitely a mental barrier between traditional charity and traditional commerce. —Teresa…
Motivating Students in Large Classes
Jul 6, 2017 • 42 min
Brenda Gunderson shares approaches for motivating large classes on episode 160 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode I’m always looking for one new thing, one new idea to try in an upcoming term. I think it’s important that I keep…
Dynamic Lecturing
Jun 29, 2017 • 38 min
Todd Zakrajsek shares about his new book Dynamic Lecturing on episode 159 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode You can’t just take bad examples of something and claim that the whole concept is bad. —Todd Zakrajsek If bad teaching…
Teaching with Wikipedia
Jun 22, 2017 • 30 min
Judy Chan shares how to teach using Wikipedia on episode 158 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode My students like teamwork now because I structure it in a way that is very supportive for everyone. —Judy Chan Students may not…
Promoting Academic Integrity
Jun 15, 2017 • 36 min
Phil Newton talks about promoting academic integrity on episode 157 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode People have cheated forever. —Phil Newton Think about all the good principles of assessment, but do that through the lens of…
Setting Boundaries with Students and Other Questions
Jun 8, 2017 • 41 min
Kerry Moore joins me to answer a question about setting boundaries with students, along with a few other listener questions, on episode 156 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Learning and Assessing with Multiple-Choice Questions
Jun 1, 2017 • 44 min
Jay Parkes and Dawn Zimmaro share about learning and assessing with multiple-choice questions in college classrooms on episode 155 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Tests don’t hurt students—people with tests hurt students.…
Teaching Lessons from The Road
May 25, 2017 • 38 min
Penny MacCormack (ACUE’s Chief Academic Officer) shares her teaching lessons from the road on episode #154 of the Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast. Quotes from the episode Throw away the fixed mindset idea that you’re born smart or not. —Penny MacCormack…
Pencasting and Other Ways to Incorporate Videos in Your Classes
May 18, 2017 • 32 min
Brandy Dudas talks about pencasting and other ways to incorporate videos in your classes on episode 153 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast Quotes from the episode I try not to over-edit. —Brandy Dudas I had to weigh my belief in open educational…
Open Education Risks and Rewards
May 11, 2017 • 37 min
Catherine Cronin discusses open education on episode 152 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Twitter has been a big part of my learning and my teaching. –Catherine Cronin One of my key roles is helping learners develop their…
Exploring Meaningful Measures of Accountability
May 4, 2017 • 39 min
Kristen Eshleman explores meaningful measures of accountability on episode 151 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Are there ways we could be accountable for the things we value most? –Kristen Eshleman If we’re going to double…
All-Recommendations Episode to Celebrate 150 Episodes
Apr 27, 2017 • 20 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares community members’ recommendations on episode 150 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Resources James Lang recommends What the Best College Teachers Do by Ken Bain* Ken Bain – What the Best College…
Giving Voice and Face to the Illness Experience
Apr 20, 2017 • 31 min
Rebecca Hogue talks about giving voice and face to the illness experience on this episode of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Some people are inherent share people and other people aren’t. —Rebecca Hogue I’d rather you stumble…
Literally Unbelievable
Apr 13, 2017 • 41 min
Bronwyn Harris shares stories about students who were incredible, some of whom aren’t in our classrooms and some of whom are, on episode 148 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode These were all kids who had voices … but I wanted to…
Racial Identity in the Classroom
Apr 6, 2017 • 51 min
Stephen Brookfield discusses racial identity in the classroom on episode 147 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode For the first half of my life I was race blind. –Stephen Brookfield I was colluding in a system and in practices…
James Lang and Ken Bain on Motivation in the Classroom
Mar 30, 2017 • 31 min
James Lang interviews Ken Bain about motivation in the classroom on episode 146 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode It’s the question that the goal entails that becomes so driving for the students. –Ken Bain Students are most…
When Things Will Just Have to Do
Mar 23, 2017 • 25 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares about when things will just have to do on episode 145 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Resources Mentioned Podcast Answer Man: Equipment Apple AirPods TIHE episode 117: The Balancing Act with Kerry Moore How to Create a…
Digital Literacy – Then and Now
Mar 16, 2017 • 39 min
Bryan Alexander shares about digital literacy – then and now – on episode 144 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Most of us were not trained in participatory media, and we haven’t really integrated that into our teaching. —Bryan…
Keeping Evergreen As Professors and Educators
Mar 9, 2017 • 32 min
Teresa Soro provides ideas on how we can keep evergreen as professors and educators on episode 143 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode No brain is very smart alone. –Teresa Soro You go from being the expert to being the one…
Rethinking Assessment (and other reflections on the Lilly Conference)
Mar 2, 2017 • 35 min
Dave Stachowiak and Bonni Stachowiak talk about rethinking assessment and other reflections on the Lilly Conference on episode 142 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Curiosity is one of our most deeply rooted mechanisms by which…
The Danger of Silence
Feb 23, 2017 • 33 min
Clint Smith warns us of the danger of silence on episode 141 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode I was failing to speak up on behalf of issues that didn’t directly affect me, and that caused me a deep amount of shame. –Clint…
Thinking Outside the LMS
Feb 16, 2017 • 38 min
Steven Michels helps us think outside the LMS on episode 140 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Every technology suggests how it should be used. –Steven Michels The hub of any class should be the discussion board. –Steven…
Effective Debriefing Approaches
Feb 9, 2017 • 39 min
Stephanie Lancaster shares ways to effectively debrief with our students on episode 139 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode The role of any educator is to be there for their students: someone to talk to and lean on, or just to be…
Yes, Digital Literacy, But Which One
Feb 2, 2017 • 46 min
Mike Caulfield prescribes a new digital literacy on episode #138 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Resources Mentioned American Association of State Colleges and University’s (AASCU’s) The American Democracy Project (ADP) Mike’s Blog Post: Yes,…
Teaching Naked Techniques
Jan 26, 2017 • 46 min
C. Edward Watson joins me to talk about Teaching Naked Techniques on episode #137 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Resources Mentioned Teaching Naked Techniques* by Jose Bowen and C. Edward Watson Laptop multitasking hinders classroom learning for…
Teaching Naked Techniques
Jan 19, 2017 • 40 min
Jose Bowen reveals Teaching Naked Techniques on episode #136 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Good teaching always starts with what matters to your students. —Jose Bowen What I really want is for my students to all find their…
The Spark of Learning
Jan 12, 2017 • 33 min
Sarah Rose Cavanagh shares about The Spark of Learning: Energizing the College Classroom with the Science of Emotion* on episode #135 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Resources Mentioned Caring isn’t Coddling by Sarah Rose Cavanagh VALUE rubrics from…
Teaching Creativity
Jan 5, 2017 • 31 min
Hoda Mostafa discusses teaching creativity on episode 134 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Relevance and meaning are so important for the students I teach. —Hoda Mostafa I had to figure out ways to learn things without relying…
My 2017 Someday-Maybe Tech List
Dec 29, 2016 • 25 min
Bonni Stachowiak reveals what’s on her someday/maybe tech list on episode 133 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Resources Mentioned TIHE Episode #120 with Robert Talbert about Getting Things Done ´┐╝Sanebox Amphetamine (Mac) / Windows alternatives…
Teach Students How to Learn
Dec 22, 2016 • 37 min
Saundra Y. McGuire discusses how to teach students how to learn on episode 132 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Learning is a process, not an activity. –Saundra Y. McGuire Physical activity is really important to having the…
Peer Review of Teaching
Dec 15, 2016 • 33 min
Isabeau Iqbal shares about the peer review of teaching on episode #131 of Teaching in Higher Ed. Quotes from the episode Formative peer reviews of teaching offer the opportunity for growth for both the reviewer and the reviewee. –Isabeau Iqbal Despite the…
Digital Redlining and Privacy
Dec 8, 2016 • 35 min
Chris Gilliard talks about digital redlining and privacy on episode 130 of Teaching in Higher Ed. Quotes from the episode Unless you have a really keen understanding of how filtering works, you often don’t know what you’re not getting. –Chris Gilliard…
The Shared Journey
Dec 1, 2016 • 37 min
Bill Dogterom shares about mentoring and the shared journey on episode #129 of Teaching in Higher Ed. Quotes from the episode If they know that you really do have their best interests at heart, they’ll teach you how to teach them. –Bill Dogterom What I…
Online Learning Consortium Accelerate Conference Recap
Nov 23, 2016 • 29 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares about her experience at the Online Learning Consortium (OLC) Conference on episode #128 of Teaching in Higher Ed. Resources Mentioned OLC Accelerate 2016 Conference Research in Action podcast Periscope HigherEdScope Learning Lab…
Retrieval Practice Tools
Nov 17, 2016 • 22 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares about retrieval practice tools on episode #127 of Teaching in Higher Ed. Quotes from the episode When we think about learning, we typically focus on getting information into our students’ heads. What if instead we focus on getting…
Empathy Toward Greater Inclusion
Nov 10, 2016 • 33 min
Jackie and Rob Parke share about empathy toward greater inclusion on episode #126 of Teaching in Higher Ed. Resources Mentioned Even the Rat Was White* Eatwell Tableware Set for people with Alzheimer’s Are You Enjoying the Show? Rate/review the show.…
Using Open Educational Resources in Your Teaching
Nov 3, 2016 • 35 min
John Stewart shares how he uses Open Educational Resources (OER) in his teaching on episode 125 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Any time you’re doing experimental work, you can anticipate some of the problems, but not all of…
Intercultural Learning
Oct 27, 2016 • 37 min
Maha Bali talks about intercultural learning on episode 124 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode By spending a lot of time with people who are different than yourself, you get to know yourself even better. –Maha Bali When you…
Presumed Incompetent
Oct 20, 2016 • 37 min
Yolanda Flores Niemann dialogs about being presumed incompetent in academia on episode #123 of Teaching in Higher Ed. Quotes from the episode Only about 20% of faculty are people of color. —Yolanda Flores Niemann No matter how you think of yourself, you…
Game-based Learning
Oct 13, 2016 • 36 min
Keegan Long-Wheeler talks about game-based learning on episode 122 of Teaching in Higher Ed. Resources Mentioned Goblin eXperience Play Open Education Conference 2016 Stephen Colbert’s Escape from the Man-sized Cabinet Healing Words Twine Video of Keegan…
Networked Pedagogy
Oct 6, 2016 • 38 min
Bonnie Stewart talks about networked pedagogy on episode #121 of Teaching in Higher Ed. Quotes from the episode Networks are a foundational structure of human experience. —Bonnie Stewart Recognizing that there is a distinction between the personal and the…
Get More Meaningful Work Done
Sep 29, 2016 • 43 min
Dr. Robert Talbert talks about how to get more meaningful work done on episode 120 of Teaching in Higher Ed. Quotes from the episode 90% of the emails I get in my inbox are not actionable. —Robert Talbert The human brain is fantastic for processing…
Bridging the Culture Gap
Sep 22, 2016 • 35 min
Annemarie Perez shares about bridging the culture gap in the classroom and other broad thoughts about cultural competence on episode 119 of Teaching in Higher Ed. Resources Mentioned Annemarie’s Teaching Manifesto Blog Post Chicano or Chicana Latino…
Teacher Becomes Student Through LIFE101
Sep 15, 2016 • 39 min
Mike Wesch describes his becoming a learner and what it taught him about teaching on episode 118 of Teaching in Higher Ed. Quotes from the Episode I’ve always picked things that are really hard and bring out fears inside me. —Mike Wesch Students get out…
The Balancing Act
Sep 8, 2016 • 36 min
Kerry Moore discusses how to balance the responsibilities of caring for an elderly loved one with our teaching responsibilities.
Connected Learning for the Curious
Sep 1, 2016 • 31 min
Laura Gogia shares about connected learning on this week’s Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode The most important part of [connected learning] is helping others understand the connections between all the different aspects of their life.…
Bonus Clip on Conferences with Autumm Caines
Aug 29, 2016 • 8 min
This bonus clip answers a question from Heather about conferences. Lilly Conferences OLC Accelerate DigPed Lab institute Action track with Audrey Watters Open Ed ELI New Media Consortium Virtually Connecting
Digital Citizenship
Aug 25, 2016 • 34 min
Autumm Caines shares about digital citizenship on this episode of Teaching in Higher Ed. Quotes from the Episode We have the technology to have conversations with diverse people. —Autumm Caines As educators, we need to empower people to feel okay about…
Engage the Heart and Mind Through the Connected Classroom
Aug 18, 2016 • 36 min
Ken Bauer shares how to engage the heart and mind through the connected classroom. Quotes from the episode I’m not going to be there and lecture; I want to really connect with my students. —Ken Bauer The number one difficulty for faculty in innovating in…
Blended Course Design
Aug 11, 2016 • 39 min
Katie Linder shares about blended course design on Teaching in Higher Ed episode 113. Quotes from the episode Blended learning is not just a trend, and we’re starting to see technology integrated in really intentional ways. —Katie Linder One of the key…
Radical Hope – A Teaching Manifesto
Aug 4, 2016 • 41 min
Kevin Gannon discusses Radical Hope – A Teaching Manifesto on Teaching in Higher Ed #112. Quotes If I want my students to take risks and not be afraid to fail, then I need to take risks and not be afraid to fail. —Kevin Gannon Teaching is a radical act of…
On the Horizon
Jul 28, 2016 • 36 min
Gardner Campbell on the higher ed horizon. Gardner was previously featured on show on Episode 107: Engaging learners Resources Virtually Connecting New Media Consortium The 2016 Horizon Report: Higher Ed Book: Reinventing Discovery: The New Era of…
Self-regulated Learning and the Flipped Classroom
Jul 21, 2016 • 38 min
Robert Talbert on self-regulated learning and the flipped classroom. Quotes My view about teaching changed completely when I started having kids. —Robert Talbert You can’t say that you are interested in teaching students how to learn and then spoon-feed…
The Unexpected
Jul 14, 2016 • 26 min
Bonni Stachowiak on how the best communicators add a sense of the unexpected to their teaching.
Collaboration
Jul 7, 2016 • 40 min
Maha Bali shares about collaboration. Quotes The reason virtual collaboration works really well is that there’s usually no hierarchy with the person you’re working with. —Maha Bali If you want your students to collaborate, the main role of the educator is…
Engaging Learners
Jun 30, 2016 • 47 min
Gardner Campbell talks about engaging learners. Quotes Learning is an enormously powerful and eventful kind of experience. —Gardner Campbell Recognize that great ideas of all kinds come from all kinds of people at all stages of their knowledge. —Gardner…
Undercover Professor
Jun 23, 2016 • 33 min
On this episode, Dr. Mike Cross is an undercover professor. Guest: Mike Cross Professor at Northern Essex Community College Read more in a Chronicle article about Mike Resources EasyBib Bacon Board Gamers Game: Escape Room Game: Rattlesnake Game: Loopin’…
Professional Online Portfolios
Jun 20, 2016 • 35 min
Today’s guest, Dr. McClain Watson, at University of Texas at Dallas, advocates for the importance of our students being able to: “ convince people in the professional world that they 1) know what they’re doing, 2) can be trusted, and 3) are interesting to…
Disability Accommodations and Other Listener Questions
Jun 9, 2016 • 38 min
On this week’s episode, Dave and I discuss disability accommodations and other listener questions. 1) Disability accommodations Dyslexia simulator Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism* 2) Online scenario manager resource Geogebra.org Geogebra – Spreadsheet…
Critical Instructional Design
Jun 2, 2016 • 41 min
On this week’s episode, Sean Michael Morris and I discuss Critical Instructional Design. Guest: Sean Michael Morris Sean is a digital teacher and pedagogue, with experience especially in networked learning, MOOCs, digital composition and publishing,…
Proactive Inclusivity
May 26, 2016 • 27 min
On today’s episode, Dr. Carl Moore and I have a dialog about proactive inclusivity. Guest: Dr. Carl Moore Dr. Moore is currently an Associate Professor and Director of the Research Academy for Integrated Learning (RAIL) at University of DC. Prior to his…
Public Sphere Pedagogy
May 19, 2016 • 34 min
On this week’s episode, Dr. Thia Wolf shares about public sphere pedagogy. Guest: Thia Wolf Thia is a Professor of English and Director of the First-Year Experience Program at California State University, Chico, where she has worked since 1989. Prior to…
The Failure Episode
May 12, 2016 • 42 min
Eight faculty share their failure stories on this special #100th episode of Teaching in Higher Ed. CV of Failures Johannes Haushofer’s CV of Failures HBR article about Johannes Haushofer Quotes At the time, I felt like I had to know everything in order to…
Encouraging Accountability
May 5, 2016 • 39 min
Dr. Angela Jenks shares about her experiences encouraging accountability in her students on today’s episode of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Guest: Angela Jenks Angela is a medical anthropologist and Lecturer, PSOE (Tenure-Track Teaching Faculty) in…
The Skillful Teacher
Apr 28, 2016 • 48 min
Stephen Brookfield shares about his book, The Skillful Teacher, on today’s episode of Teaching in Higher Ed.
Integrating Personal Management Techniques into Curriculum
Apr 21, 2016 • 34 min
Dustin Bakkie shares how to integrate effective study methods, learning tools, and personal management techniques as a part of your curriculum. Guest: Dustin Bakkie Lecturer at California State University, Chico email: dbakkie @ csuchico dot edu website:…
The Clinical Coach
Apr 14, 2016 • 40 min
On today’s episode, I have the honor of talking with Dr. Jeff Wiese about how he uses coaching skills in his teaching of residents. Guest: Dr. Jeff Wiese Jeffrey G. Wiese, MD, is a Professor of Medicine with Tenure, and the Senior Associate Dean for…
Teaching in the Digital Age
Apr 7, 2016 • 37 min
In this week’s episode, Mike Truong and I discuss teaching in the digital age. Quotes In our instant and very distracted culture … it’s critical to learn how to pay attention. —Mike Truong As faculty, we need to find ways that force us to slow down. —Mike…
Retrieval Practice
Mar 31, 2016 • 34 min
On today’s episode, I get the pleasure of talking with Dr. Pooja Agarwal about retrieval practice. Guest: Pooja K. Agarwal, Ph.D. Cognitive Scientist, Memory Expert, and Education Consultant, Founder of RetrievalPractice.org www.retrievalpractice…
Strength Through Habits
Mar 24, 2016 • 32 min
Natalie Houston talks about strength through habits. Quotes Habits save us tremendous time and energy, but they can also lead us to doing a lot of things mindlessly. —Natalie Houston Sometimes we have goals or intentions that are outdated, they’re from…
Small Teaching
Mar 17, 2016 • 37 min
On this week’s episode, James Lang shares about his book: Small Teaching
Choose your own adventure assessment
Mar 10, 2016 • 16 min
On this week’s episode, I share my experiences with “choose your own adventure” assessments. Background on choose your own adventure assessments: TIHE Episode 58: Universal design for learning What is it? TIHE blog post: Choose your own adventure learning…
Take-aways from the Lilly Conference
Mar 3, 2016 • 37 min
On this week’s episode, Todd Zakrajsek and I discuss our key take-aways from the 2016 Lilly Conference. Guest: Todd Zakrajsek Conference Director, Lilly Conferences California Twitter: @ToddZakrajsek www.lillyconferences.com Dr. Todd Zakrajsek, Ph.D., is…
The research on course evaluations
Feb 25, 2016 • 43 min
On today’s show, Betsy Barre joins me to share about the research on course evaluations. Guest: Betsy Barre Assistant Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at Rice University After making the move to Rice in 2012, she was able to pursue her…
Top five gadgets for teaching
Feb 18, 2016 • 38 min
On this week’s episode, Dave and I share our top five gadgets for teaching. Guest: Dave Stachowiak Bonni’s twitter: @bonni208 Dave’s twitter: @davestachowiak 1. Wireless presentation Remote Commonly referred to as a “wireless presenter”* Logitech remotes*…
What the best digital teachers do
Feb 11, 2016 • 36 min
On today’s episode, I talk with Sean Michael Morris about what the best digital teachers do. Sean Michael Morris, Digital Teacher and Pedagogue www.seanmichaelmorris.com Twitter: @slamteacher Sean is a digital teacher and pedagogue, with experience…
Get It Together
Feb 4, 2016
Bonni shares strategies to help “get it together” during stressful times of the semester. Quotes Never succumb to the temptation to say you don’t have enough time to stop. —Bonni Stachowiak Listening might be the most important part of our jobs. —Bonni…
Action science – Relevant teaching and active learning
Jan 28, 2016 • 36 min
In today’s episode, Dr. Bill Robertson introduces us to “action science” and the ways he is making his teaching relevant, creating opportunities for the most active kind of learning I can imagine. Guest: Bill Robertson Dr. Skateboard Bill has a Ph.D. in…
Helping students discover interesting research topics
Jan 21, 2016 • 31 min
Doug Leigh on helping graduate students come up with interesting research topics. Dr. Doug Leigh earned his PhD in instructional systems from Florida State University, where he served as a technical director of projects with various local, state, and…
Talking to students about vocation
Jan 14, 2016 • 36 min
Tim Clydesdale talks about how we can all better support our students in navigating college and beyond by talking about vocation. Quotes [Vocation] is about the type of life you want to lead and the type of person you want to be. —Tim Clydesdale It may be…
Practical program development
Jan 7, 2016 • 35 min
Doug Grove discusses practical program development: what works and what doesn’t when building learning experiences for today’s students. Quotes We see a lot of benefits of synchronous class sessions, but we’re not sure every student wants that. There’s a…
The ethics of plagiarism detection
Dec 31, 2015 • 35 min
Stephanie Vie discusses the ethical considerations of using Turnitin and other automatic plagiarism checkers. Guest: Stephanie Vie twitter: @digiret email: Stephanie.Vie@ucf.edu Academia: https://ucf.academia.edu/StephanieVie Stephanie Vie researches the…
International Higher Education in the 21st Century
Dec 23, 2015 • 39 min
On today’s episode, I speak with Dr. Mary Gene Saudelli about developing curriculum for international higher education in the 21st Century. Guest: Dr. Mary Gene Saudelli Author, The Balancing Act: International Higher Education in the 21st Century*…
The potential impact of stereotype threat
Dec 17, 2015 • 39 min
On today’s episode, I speak with Dr. Robin Paige about the potential impact of stereotype threat inside and outside of our classrooms. Quote When dealing with stereotypes, one of the things we can do on our campuses or in our classrooms is create a space…
The power of checklists
Dec 10, 2015 • 24 min
Today on episode #078 of Teaching in Higher Ed: The power of checklists Book: The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande Good checklists, on the other hand are precise. They are efficient, to the point, and easy to use even in the most difficult situations.…
Teaching What You Don’t Know
Dec 3, 2015 • 39 min
Today I welcome to the show Dr. Terese Huston to talk about teaching what you don’t know. Guest: Therese Huston Faculty Development Consultant, Seattle University Author: Teaching What You Don’t Know Seattle University faculty page: here Personal page:…
Making online courses work
Nov 25, 2015 • 38 min
In today’s episode, Doug McKee joins me to share about online courses. His Introduction to Econometrics class is taught about as close to an in-person as you can get, but without being bound by geographic barriers. Guest: Doug McKee Associate Chair and…
Celebrating 75 Episodes
Nov 19, 2015 • 41 min
On today’s episode, ten prior guests, as well as Dave and I, come together to celebrate 75 episodes of Teaching in Higher Ed. We look back at episodes that have had a big impact on us, take a listener question, and make recommendations. Guests: 1) Sandie…
The public and the private in scholarship and teaching
Nov 12, 2015 • 38 min
Podcast Notes On today’s show, Dr. Kris Shaffer talks about two topics: public scholarship and student privacy. Guest: Kris Shaffer Website: kris.shaffermusic.com Twitter: @krisshaffer GitHub: kshaffer We don’t have a nice, fuzzy boundary between…
Team-based learning
Nov 5, 2015 • 37 min
Jim Sibley shares about Team-based Learning. Podcast Notes Team-based learning has come up a few times on the show previously (Dr. Chrissy Spencer in Episode 25). Today, however, we dive deep into this teaching approach and discover powerful ways to…
How to use cognitive psychology to enhance learning
Oct 29, 2015 • 33 min
Robert Bjork on using cognitive psychology to enhance learning. PODCAST NOTES Guest: Dr. Robert Bjork Distinguished Professor of Psychology at UCLA Learning and memory; the science of learning in the practice of teaching. The Bjork Learning and Forgetting…
Flipped out
Oct 22, 2015 • 39 min
Derek Bruff gives his unique take on the flipped classroom… what to have the students do before they enter the classroom and what to do once they get there. PODCAST NOTES Guest: Dr. Derek Bruff On Twitter His blog Ph.D., Mathematics, Vanderbilt…
Not yet-ness
Oct 15, 2015 • 38 min
Amy Collier joins me to talk about not yet-ness, geekiness, Jazzercise, Stevie Ray Vaughan, teaching, and learning. Podcast notes Guest: Dr. Amy Collier Amy’s blog Connect with Amy on Twitter Amy admits to some shenanigans Stevie Ray Vaughan sings Mary…
Correcting mental models
Oct 8, 2015 • 42 min
Meg Urry shares approaches we can use to help our students correct inaccurate mental models and grasp complex information. PODCAST NOTES: Correcting inaccurate mental models Guest: Dr. Meg Urry Connect with Meg on Twitter Interest in science At some…
Grading exams with integrity
Oct 1, 2015 • 28 min
Bonni and Dave Stachowiak share about ways to reduce the potential for introducing bias while grading exams. PODCAST NOTES Grading exams with Integrity In today’s episode, Dave Stachowiak and I share about ways to reduce the potential for introducing bias…
Personal knowledge management revisited
Sep 24, 2015 • 28 min
Bonni and Dave Stachowiak revisit the topic of personal knowledge management and discuss how our processes have evolved. Podcast notes Personal knowledge management revisited James Lang’s article in The Chronicle about Teaching in Higher Ed Harold Jarche…
Making challenging subjects fun
Sep 17, 2015 • 38 min
Ainissa Ramirez shares about how and why to make challenging subjects fun. Making challenging subjects fun Guest: Dr. Ainissa Ramirez http://www.ainissaramirez.com/bio.html “I learned that this thing of investigating and being curious around the world was…
Teaching lessons from Pixar
Sep 9, 2015 • 41 min
Josh Eyler, and Bonni Stachowiak talk about lessons in teaching from Pixar. PODCAST NOTES #065: Teaching lessons from Pixar Guest: Dr. Joshua Eyler, Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at Rice University Former guest on episode #016, Biology,…
The weekly review
Sep 2, 2015 • 28 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares how she improves her productivity through a structured, weekly review. Podcast notes The Weekly Review Getting Things Done, by David Allen Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them. – David Allen Having a system you trust GTD…
Triumphs and failures – Day 1
Aug 27, 2015 • 28 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares about the triumphs and failures in her first day of teaching this semester. Podcast notes Triumphs and failures of day 1 Thanks for the encouragement on the Terrors of Teaching episode #059 Mac Power Users episode on emergency…
Mindset
Aug 19, 2015 • 30 min
Rebecca Campbell shares about the power of mindset. Podcast notes Mindset Guest: Dr. Rebecca Campbell Recommended by Michelle Miller, from episode #026. Associate Professor of Education and the Director and Department Chair for Academic Transition…
All that is out of our control
Aug 13, 2015 • 34 min
Lee Skallerup Bessette joins me to talk about how to deal with and manage when stuff get’s out of control in our lives, as well as how to address those situations when it happens to our students. Podcast notes Guest: Dr. Lee Skallerup Bessette Faculty…
Practical instructional design
Aug 6, 2015 • 39 min
Edward Oneill joins me to talk about practical instructional design. Podcast notes Practical instructional design Guest Edward Oneill, Senior instructional designer at Yale. Teach Better Podcast I know a little bit about a lot of things. – Edward Oneill…
The terror of teaching
Jul 30, 2015 • 20 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares some of her fears about teaching and ways that she often attempts to resolve them. Podcast Notes The Skillful Teacher, by Stephen Brookfield Common fears Quantity over quality Confusion Lacking balance Being inadequate Attempts to…
Teaching with Twitter
Jul 23, 2015 • 40 min
Jesse Stommel, shares about how he enhances his teaching with Twitter. Podcast notes Teaching with Twitter Guest: Jesse Stommel About Hybrid Pedagogy Twitter basics Getting started with Twitter Jesse’s blog post: Teaching with Twitter Twitter Pedagogy: An…
Universal design for learning
Jul 23, 2015 • 38 min
Mark Hofer shares how he implements Universal Design for Learning in his teaching, so that all students have the opportunity to learn. Podcast notes Guest: Mark Hofer Twitter Luminaris Blog Universal design for learning Student, Tony, who helped Mark…
Getting to zero inbox
Jul 9, 2015 • 11 min
Managing email using the Inbox Zero approach. Podcast notes Getting to zero inbox Be strategic about what times you check email Use email like a real mailbox with physical mail Leverage a to do list / task manager Make use of snippets for commonly-asked…
Approaches to calendar management
Jul 2, 2015 • 28 min
Bonni and Dave Stachowiak talk calendar management. Podcast notes Guest: Dave Stachowiak Dave shared about his “Wayne’s World” moment, coming back as a guest on the show. Chart on Twitter about service hours invested by gender/race: hrs/wk assoc. profs…
Finding meaning in our work
Jun 25, 2015 • 37 min
Jonathan Malesic on finding meaning in our work. PODCAST NOTES Guest: Jonathan Malesic His blog Jon on Twitter What typically doesn’t show up on Jon’s bio: The Parking Lot Movie I learned a lot working as a parking lot attendant. I think it’s made me a…
Peer instruction and audience response systems
Jun 18, 2015 • 35 min
Peter Newbury joins me to talk about peer instruction and using clickers in the higher ed classroom. Early experiences with clickers The Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative Achieving the most effective, evidence-based science education (effective…
Respect in the classroom
Jun 11, 2015 • 36 min
Kevin Gannon shares ways how to respect our students in our teaching. Podcast notes Guest: Kevin Gannon Kevin shares the “behind the scenes” backdrop of the photo with the alligator (above and on his blog-about page). Book mocking college students that…
Vulnerability in our teaching
Jun 4, 2015 • 29 min
Sandie Morgan and Bonni Stachowiak talk about how vulnerability shows up in our teaching. A former guest on Teaching in Higher Ed, Josh Eyler, gets me thinking about vulnerability in our teaching… Podcast notes Guest: Sandie Morgan Luke bringing me a…
Fifty episodes of Teaching in Higher Ed
May 28, 2015 • 20 min
Past guests and listeners celebrate significant learning from 50 episodes of Teaching in Higher Ed. Many also share their recommendations to the listening community, too. Episode 50 Podcast Notes *** Dr. David Yates, Director Southeastern University…
EdTech tools | Spring 2015
May 21, 2015 • 28 min
Bonni Stachowiak provides an update on some of the edtech tools she experimented with in Spring 2015. Podcast Notes Slack Team communication for the 21st century. Imagine all your team communication in one pace, instantly searchable, available wherever…
Using Evernote in Higher Ed
May 14, 2015 • 39 min
Scott Self and Bonni Stachowiak share how they each integrate Evernote into their classes and workflows. Even if you aren’t an Evernote user, you’re bound to pick up a few tips. Podcast notes Guest: Scott Self Director, University Access Programs, Abilene…
Developing metacognition skills in our students
May 7, 2015 • 39 min
Todd Zakrajsek speaks about developing metacognition skills in our students. Podcast notes Todd Zakrajsek, Ph.D. Todd speaks at TEDxUNC Metacognition Todd’s two unusually low grades in college Our brain as a smart phone Working out our brains Multitasking…
Ending well
Apr 30, 2015 • 21 min
Bonni Stachowiak suggests strategies for ending well. Podcast notes Ending well Guard against student fatigue Sleep deprived Focused on the short term Challenged by their context Thinking a lot about context, especially after speaking with Steve Wheeler…
Calibrating our teaching
Apr 23, 2015 • 35 min
Aaron Daniel Annas and I converse about how we have calibrated our teaching over time. Podcast Notes Calibrating our Teaching Aaron Daniel Annas Assistant professor of cinema arts Faculty Director of the Vanguard Sundance Program Reflections on year one…
How to care for grieving students
Apr 16, 2015 • 15 min
Bonni Stachowiak explores how to care for grieving students. PODCAST NOTES How to care for grieving students Respect confidentiality… to a point Point them toward their resources Avoid assumptions… if you can Be human Don’t lower course requirements; let…
Storytelling as teaching
Apr 9, 2015 • 35 min
Aaron Daniel Annas joins me to talk storytelling on this episode of Teaching in Higher Ed. Podcast Notes Aaron Daniel Annas Assistant professor of cinema arts Faculty Director of the Vanguard Sundance Program Storytelling Who are stories for? How do you…
Mixing it up in our teaching
Apr 2, 2015 • 27 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares some ideas about mixing it up in our teaching. Podcast notes Teaching classes repeatedly Advantage of knowing where students typically get stuck Dr. Chrissy Spencer spoke about this when describing her broken-up cases in episode…
What to do before you act on all you’ve captured
Mar 26, 2015 • 39 min
Bonni and Dave Stachowiak discuss what to do before you act on all you’ve captured. PODCAST NOTES: Episode #32 talked about capture. All the places where we capture what it is we need to do (either because of others’ demands, or freeing up our mind of the…
What to do before you act on all you’ve captured
Mar 26, 2015 • 39 min
Bonni and Dave Stachowiak discuss what to do before you act on all you’ve captured. PODCAST NOTES: Episode #32 talked about capture. All the places where we capture what it is we need to do (either because of others’ demands, or freeing up our mind of the…
How to take a break
Mar 19, 2015 • 19 min
Five faculty members share how they are spending their breaks and what recommendations they have for how to take a break… Podcast notes Ten things to do instead of checking email, by Natalie Houston (guest on episode #034) How to take a break David…
Spring break recharge
Mar 12, 2015 • 16 min
Bonni Stachowiak shares about a few things she’s doing over Spring break to recharge. Spoiler alert: It is mostly all about getting caught up and staying caught up for me. Podcast notes Differing perspectives on Spring break a) give assignments for…
Steve Wheeler talks Learning with ‘e’s
Mar 5, 2015 • 36 min
Steve Wheeler joins me to share about Learning with ‘e’s… PODCAST NOTES Steve Wheeler Bio Learning with ‘e’s Origins of Learning with ‘e’s 2007 started blogging Learning using digital technologies… Incorporates comments from people into the book eLearning…
Developing critical thinking skills
Feb 26, 2015 • 37 min
Tine Reimers helps us define the term critical thinking and truly start developing our students’ skills. PODCAST NOTES [GUEST ] Tine Reimers Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Specialist Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learning Vancouver Island…
What the best college teachers do
Feb 19, 2015 • 38 min
Ken Bain describes What the Best College Teachers Do… PODCAST NOTES Guest: Ken Bain President, Best Teachers Institute, Ken Bain (Twitter: @kenbain1) “Internationally recognized for his insights into teaching and learning and for a fifteen-year study of…
Eliciting and using feedback from students
Feb 12, 2015 • 39 min
Doug McKee talks about eliciting and using feedback from students. PODCAST NOTES Guest: Dr. Doug McKee [ CV ] [ BLOG ] WORKING OUT LOUD John Stepper’s book about Working Out Loud Studied his own teaching and determined that those who came to class and…
Practical productivity in academia
Feb 5, 2015 • 38 min
Natalie Houston discusses practical productivity in academia. Podcast Notes Guest: Dr. Natalie Houston Twitter Blog ProfHacker posts Opposition to the term productivity Productivity defined Productivity, to me, is not about doing more things faster. It is…
The slide heard ’round the world
Jan 29, 2015 • 34 min
Bonni and Dave Stachowiak talk about how to make your PowerPoint (or other) slides more effective. Podcast notes 2010 headlines: “US Army makes the world’s worst PowerPoint slide” “We have met the enemy and he is PowerPoint.” Conflict in Afghanistan: Why…
Lower your stress with a better approach to capture
Jan 22, 2015 • 33 min
Bonni and Dave Stachowiak talk about how to capture it all, so we can have lower stress and not have things fall through the cracks. Podcast notes Guest: Dr. Dave Stachowiak What is capture? David Allen’s Getting Things Done Why capture? Other-generated…
All that cannot be seen
Jan 15, 2015
On today’s episode, I talk about all that cannot be seen. Podcast notes Mystery commercial that I really hope someone can find and send to me Augmented reality How Stuff Works explains augmented reality Mashable’s augmented reality stories Yik yak chat…
Teaching Naked
Jan 8, 2015
It is easy to want to cover up in some way as professors… In today’s episode, President Jose Antonio Bowen encourages us to become good at “Teaching Naked.” Podcast notes Guest: Dr. Jose Antonio Bowen, President, Goucher College Teaching Naked: How Moving…
Specifications Grading
Jan 1, 2015
There’s something wrong with the way we’re grading that isn’t being talked about nearly enough. On today’s show, Dr. Linda Nilson shares about a whole new way of thinking about assessing students’ work and making grades mean more. Podcast Notes Dr. Linda…
How to see what we’ve been missing
Dec 26, 2014
Fears and concerns over changes in higher education persist. Whether it is our disdain for lecturing to a bunch of disconnected, texting and Facebooking students, or their boredom at being put to sleep by a droning professor reading from his powerpoint,…
Teaching through student research
Dec 18, 2014
Getting students engaged in research is one of the ways we can make their learning experiences more tangible and more profound. In today’s episode, Dr. Bethany Usher joins us to talk about what happens when we turn students into scholars. Podcast notes…
Minds Online
Dec 11, 2014
Educational technology that is designed “with the brain in mind” can be a catalyst in facilitating learning. On today’s episode, Dr. Michelle Miller draws from her research in neuroscience and cognitive psychology and shows us how to facilitate learning…
Make large classes interactive
Dec 4, 2014
It seems that the larger classes get, the more distant our students can seem. On today’s episode, Dr. Chrissy Spencer helps us discover how to make large classes interactive. Even if you teach classes of 20, the resources she uses in her classes as large…
Cultivate creative assignments
Nov 20, 2014
When we get creative with what we assign students, we open up a whole new set of possibilities for student engagement and learning. On today’s episode, Dr. Cameron Hunt McNabb helps us discover how to craft creative assignments that facilitate learning…