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Teaching strategies, classroom management, education reform, educational technology -- if it has something to do with teaching, we're talking about it. Jennifer Gonzalez interviews educators, students, administrators and parents about the psychological and social dynamics of school, trade secrets, and other juicy things you'll never learn in a textbook. For more fantastic resources for teachers, visit http://www.cultofpedagogy.com.

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Teaching strategies, classroom management, education reform, educational technology -- if it has something to do with teaching, we're talking about it. Jennifer Gonzalez interviews educators, students, administrators and parents about the psychological and social dynamics of school, trade secrets, and other juicy things you'll never learn in a textbook. For more fantastic resources for teachers, visit http://www.cultofpedagogy.com.

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Calvary for teachers

By @caramiolsen - May 30 2020
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Arriving late to the party, I’ve just been introduced to your podcast this past week (5/30/20). Jennifer, thank you for finding/sharing/posting exceptional resources for teachers. Many days I have felt like I’m on the front lines with no cavalry for back up. As a teacher of 10 years, I appreciate your comprehensive work geared toward supporting the art of teaching and the education industry as a whole. @caramiolsen • Henderson, NV• #highschoolofbusiness

A Must for all Teachers

By Bradley Peterson - Apr 06 2020
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Jennifer Gonzalez is the best, wide with awesome teaching ideas.

iTunes Ratings

1702 Ratings
Average Ratings
1567
78
29
12
16

Calvary for teachers

By @caramiolsen - May 30 2020
Read more
Arriving late to the party, I’ve just been introduced to your podcast this past week (5/30/20). Jennifer, thank you for finding/sharing/posting exceptional resources for teachers. Many days I have felt like I’m on the front lines with no cavalry for back up. As a teacher of 10 years, I appreciate your comprehensive work geared toward supporting the art of teaching and the education industry as a whole. @caramiolsen • Henderson, NV• #highschoolofbusiness

A Must for all Teachers

By Bradley Peterson - Apr 06 2020
Read more
Jennifer Gonzalez is the best, wide with awesome teaching ideas.
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The Cult of Pedagogy Podcast

Latest release on Aug 02, 2020

All 151 episodes from oldest to newest

151: Historically Responsive Literacy: An Equity-Centered Approach to Curriculum

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Despite many attempts at improvement, school is still not working for many of our students, especially students of color. My guest, Dr. Gholdy Muhammad, believes the answer could be in rethinking our curriculum. In this episode we discuss her Historically Responsive Literacy framework, which is based on the work of 19th century Black Literary Societies and focuses equally on four areas: identity, skills, intellect, and criticality.

Learn more about the framework in Gholdy's book, Cultivating Genius: An Equity Framework for Culturally and Historically Responsive Literacy (affiliate link)

Find Gholdy Muhammad on Twitter at @GholdyM

Aug 02 2020

59mins

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150: A Few Creative Ways to Use Student Blogs

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Since blogs first showed up on the internet, they have really evolved as a genre, and they're a smart choice for a robust, long-term assignment. In this episode I'll share six different kinds of blogs students can write, along with advice on assessment, technology, and ways students can take their blogs beyond school.

Jul 19 2020

34mins

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149: Nine Ways Online Teaching Should Be Different from Face-to-Face

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Chances are you're going to be doing at least some online teaching in the upcoming school year. What shifts do we need to make in our face-to-face teaching practices to make the most of online learning? In this episode I talk to instructional technology coach Melanie Kitchen about nine ways online teaching should be different from in-person teaching, plus a few ways it should be exactly the same.

Find Melanie on Twitter at @MelKitchenEDU or on her website, creativecuriosity.org.

To get a weekly email about Cult of Pedagogy's latest posts, podcasts, courses, and products, sign up at cultofpedagogy.com/subscribe.

Jul 05 2020

47mins

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148: Backward Design: The Basics

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Are we planning with clear, measurable, meaningful learning goals to guide us, or are we just keeping students busy? Backward design helps us make sure we're doing the first thing. In this episode, I'm giving you an overview of how this approach to lesson planning works.

Jun 22 2020

29mins

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147: Why White Students Need Multicultural and Social Justice Education

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Some educators wonder if multicultural and social justice education are relevant if most of your students are white. The answer is yes. In fact, they may be even more relevant for white students. In this episode, Dr. Sheldon Eakins talks with me about the reasons white students need this kind of education and what, specifically, we can teach them.

Follow Dr. Eakins on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sheldoneakins

Find Dr. Eakins' podcast, the Leading Equity Podcast, here: https://www.leadingequitycenter.com/podcast

More resources available at the Leading Equity Center.

Jun 07 2020

44mins

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146: Reopening School: What it Might Look Like

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Some thoughts on what post-COVID instruction might look like when schools reopen. (Spoiler alert: None are as good as face-to-face, a few aren't too bad.) Plus my attempt at a pep talk. 

May 24 2020

35mins

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145: Flash Feedback: More Meaningful Feedback in Less Time

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We all want to give more high-quality feedback to students, but there's never enough time. In this episode I talk to Matthew Johnson, author of the book Flash Feedback, about three strategies he uses to get high-impact feedback to students much, much faster.

May 10 2020

37mins

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144: Making Great Screencast Videos

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If you are moving some of your direct instruction to video, whether it's by necessity or by choice, knowing how to create a good screencast is essential. In this episode, blended learning mentor Kareem Farah gives us advice on how to make screencasts that students will actually watch.

Apr 26 2020

47mins

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143: To Teach Social-Emotional Learning, Start with Yourself

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While most teachers recognize the value of social-emotional learning, many struggle to fit it into their curriculum. But one of the most powerful ways to teach SEL is through modeling the competencies ourselves every day, which doesn't require any extra time or materials. In this episode, second-grade teacher Wendy Turner shares her process for modeling her own social-emotional growth and weaving that seamlessly into regular instruction.

Apr 12 2020

38mins

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142: Distance Learning: A Collection of Resources for Teachers

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A general overview of the nuts and bolts of distance learning, including general tips, advice on tech, and troubleshooting some common problems.

Mar 30 2020

1hr 1min

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