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Teaching in Higher Ed

Thank you for checking out the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. This is the space where we explore the art and science of being more effective at facilitating learning. We also share ways to increase our personal productivity, so we can have more peace in our lives and be even more present for our students.

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Rethinking Higher Education

Wendy Purcell shares about rethinking higher education on episode 207 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode I think you’re seeing that universities now are needing to be much more connected to the society we serve. —Wendy Purcell You really will be learning throughout your life. —Wendy Purcell The very best education should transform you. —Wendy Purcell You are supporting transformation of people, and through people, transformation of society at large. —Wendy Purcell Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel. —Socrates To an unprecedented extent, universities must partner with government, business, and civil society to take on the grand challenges of sustainable development that lie ahead. —Jeff Sachs If you want to build a ship, don’t herd people together to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea. —Antoine de Saint-Exupery Resources Mentioned Envisioning pathways to 2030: Megatrends shaping the future of global higher education and international student mobility. January, 2018 Global universities unprepared for sea change ahead. 26th January, 2018 Future of skills and lifelong learning. 22nd November, 2017 Differentiation of English universities: the impact of policy reforms in driving a more diverse higher education landscape. Purcell, W.M. et al (2016).   Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education 20(1): 24-33.  Education is the kindling of a flame: How to reinvent the 21st-century university. 5th Jan, 2018; update 8th Jan The 2018 Trends Report (Chronicle of Higher Education) Episode 141: The Danger of Silence with Clint Smith RECOMMENDATIONSPod Save the People Podcast: Year Gone ByRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakEducated: A memoir by Tara WestoverRECOMMENDED BY:Wendy PurcellWorld Time BuddyRECOMMENDED BY:Wendy Purcell

35mins

31 May 2018

Rank #1

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The Joy of Teaching – Sustained

Todd Zakrajsek and Bonni Stachowiak discuss how to sustain our joy of teaching on episode 280 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Don’t look for people who are like you, look for the people who are like the people you would like to be. -Todd Zakrajsek Schedule time and figure out ways to take care of yourself. -Todd Zakrajsek If you understand the importance and value of what you’re doing, it has more value for you. -Todd Zakrajsek Teach the students you have. -Todd Zakrajsek Resources Teaching the Students We Have, Not the Students We Wish We Had, by Jesse Stommel and Sara Goldrick-Rab  International Teaching Learning Cooperative Network Educational Blueprints For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood… and the Rest of Y'all Too: Reality Pedagogy and Urban Education*, by Christopher Emdin Neuroscientist Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED RECOMMENDATIONSThe Very Thought of YouRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakWhat a Wonderful WorldRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakFlipGridRECOMMENDED BY:Todd ZakrajsekLilly ConferencesRECOMMENDED BY:Todd Zakrajsek

36mins

24 Oct 2019

Rank #2

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Get More Meaningful Work Done

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 information but it’s terrible for storing information. —Robert Talbert Sometimes the busyness we have is entirely self-inflicted; we work hard because we’re disorganized. —Robert Talbert Say yes to the things that matter and say no to everything else. —Robert Talbert Resources Getting Things Done (Updated Edition)* by David Allen Getting Things Done: Five Steps Overview The Five Steps Capture Dave and Bonni talk about capture on episode #32 todoist Recommendations from the Last TIHE episode with Robert Talbert Bonni talks about inboxzero on episode #56 Capture sticky notes using Evernote Clarify Dave and Bonni talk about clarify and organize on episode #41 Organize Evernote Review Google Keep  Episode #64: The Weekly Review Episode #78: Checklists Essentialism* by Greg McKeown Engage Amazon’s Grocery Delivery Service* Amazon Dash OmniFocus RECOMMENDATIONSSanebox*RECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakTodoistRECOMMENDED BY:Robert TalbertTodoist PricingRECOMMENDED BY:Robert Talbert

43mins

29 Sep 2016

Rank #3

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Becoming an Authentic Online Teacher

Michelle Pacansky-Brock shares how to become an authentic online teacher on episode 239 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast Quotes from the episode People, by nature, don’t like to recognize our faults. —Michelle Pacansky-Brock There’s such a rich array of data that the students can share with us if we let them in. —Michelle Pacansky-Brock It’s all about connection in the classroom. —Michelle Pacansky-Brock Resources Mentioned Dr. Beth Harris on Smart History Professors Share: The Moment That Changed the Way I Teach – The Chronicle of Higher Education Voice Thread The Slow Professor by Maggie Berg and Barbara K. Seeber* Humanizing Online Teaching & Learning course Catalog of courses from ONE CanInnovate Conference Marvin Patton presents Promoting Equity with EdPuzzle and Canvas Mastery Paths CCC Digital Learning Day The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande* EPISODE SPONSORTextExpanderRECOMMENDATIONSCreate a beginning and end of course checklistRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakAdobe SparkRECOMMENDED BY:Michelle Pacansky-BrockNameCoachRECOMMENDED BY:Michelle Pacansky-BrockDare to Lead, by Brene Brown *RECOMMENDED BY:Michelle Pacansky-Brock“When a flower doesn’t bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower.” Alexander Den Heijen.RECOMMENDED BY:Michelle Pacansky-Brock

40mins

10 Jan 2019

Rank #4

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Teach Students How to Learn

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 brain operate at peak efficiency. –Saundra Y. McGuire Pretending that you’re teaching information is a great way to practice retrieval of that information. –Saundra Y. McGuire Students who may be failing our courses miserably are not failing because they are not capable; they are failing because they don’t have strategies to successfully manage the information. –Saundra Y. McGuire When we believe it’s possible, then we can help students believe it’s possible. –Saundra Y. McGuire Resources Mentioned Teach Students How to Learn* by Saundra Y. McGuire Louisiana State University’s Center for Academic Success Mindset: The New Psychology of Success* by Carol Dweck Bloom’s taxonomy Earnest Everest Just ACUE’s Course in Effective Teaching Practices 150 ways to increase intrinsic motivation in the classrooms* by James P. Raffini Are You Enjoying the Show? Rate/review the show. Please consider rating or leaving a review for the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast on whatever service you use to listen to it on (iTunes, Stitcher, etc.). It is the best way to help others discover the show. Give feedback. As always, I welcome suggestions for future topics or guests. Subscribe. If you have yet to subscribe to the weekly update, you can receive a single email each week with the show notes (including all the links we talk about on the episode), as well as an article on either teaching or productivity. RECOMMENDATIONSSaundra McGuire: Strategies to Teach Students How to LearnRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakDave’s holiday gifts for leaders postRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakHandy Head Massager*RECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakYoga for Wimps* by Miriam AustinRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakBecoming a Master Student* by Dave EllisRECOMMENDED BY:Saundra McGuireThe New Science of Learning* by Terry Doyle and Todd ZakrajsekRECOMMENDED BY:Saundra McGuireHow the Stress of Racism Effects Learning by Melinda D. Anderson, in The New YorkerRECOMMENDED BY:Saundra McGuire

37mins

22 Dec 2016

Rank #5

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Motivating Students in Large Classes

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 learning. And not just learning inside my own discipline, but learning outside my discipline. Resources Mentioned ACUE's expert series article with Brenda Gunderson ACUE’s profile of Brenda Gunderson, who is featured in their Course in Effective Teaching Practices Interactive Notes for Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis Stats 250 YouTube Channel Edsurge Article About M-Write Brenda’s Keynote at the LASI conference Learner Analytics Summer Institute 2016: Includes iClicker data and Ecoach Recent publication about How to help students study ‘smarter' Academic Innovation: University of Michigan M-Write – writing to learn Dancing with the Professors 2016 Dancing with the Professors Facebook Event Page Are You Enjoying the Show? Rate/review the show. Please consider rating or leaving a review for the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast on whatever service you use to listen to it on (iTunes, Stitcher, etc.). It is the best way to help others discover the show. Give feedback. As always, I welcome suggestions for future topics or guests. Subscribe. If you have yet to subscribe to the weekly update, you can receive a single email each week with the show notes (including all the links we talk about on the episode), as well as an article on either teaching or productivity. RECOMMENDATIONSTry Something NewRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakRosie Revere, Engineer/ by Andrea Beaty and David Roberts *RECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakBe MindfulRECOMMENDED BY:Brenda GundersonHow to be Mindful While Eating ChocolateRECOMMENDED BY:Brenda GundersonHow to be Mindful While Taking a ShowerRECOMMENDED BY:Brenda GundersonWellness Articles from NYTimes – How to be MindfulRECOMMENDED BY:Brenda Gunderson

42mins

6 Jul 2017

Rank #6

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Courses as Stories

Alan Levine shares how he creates courses as stories on episode 218 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Instead of thinking about the world through headline news stories, think about it through the experiences that people have living in these different communities. —Alan Levine You get better by just practicing. Not rote practicing, but stuff where you’re free to explore. —Alan Levine Resources Mentioned Alan’s Net Narratives Class Mia Zimora’s story Networked Narratives Spine DS106 – Digital Storytelling class Weekly studio visits Leonardo Flores studio visit Networked Narratives: Digital Alchemy of Storytelling, by Mia Zamora and Alan Levine NetNarr Studio Visit with Emilio Vavarella Virtual bus tours Alan’s choose your own adventure style course and social media setup: Labyrinthus #arganee world Mirror Mirror Arganee Alchemy Lab Cogdog’s Daily Blank WordPress theme DS106 daily create  Kevin Hodgson CLMOOC Hypothesis Jim Groom  Me on Futzing Alan’s calling card site Alan’s Portfolio site Reflection on most recent NetNarr class RECOMMENDATIONSExplore the Do Not Click menu on #netnarrRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakImagination as a Precision Tool for Change, by Sean Michael MorrisRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakDescript.comRECOMMENDED BY:Alan LevineInklewriterRECOMMENDED BY:Alan Levine

39mins

16 Aug 2018

Rank #7

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How Humans Learn: The Science and Stories behind Effective College Teaching

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. Quotes from the episode Part of the purpose of college is to help students develop the skills to ask really great questions. —Josh Eyler People are conditioned to fear failure. —Josh Eyler How do we build in opportunities for mistakes and errors? —Josh Eyler Part of the work of college is to help our students figure out what they find meaningful in their lives and pursue that. —Josh Eyler Resources Mentioned The Scientist in the Crib, by Alison Gopnik, Andrew N. Meltzoff, and Patricia K. Kuhl* The Gift of Failure, Jessica Lahey* Robin DeRosa on Teaching in Higher Ed Hoda Moftosa on Teaching in Higher Ed Retrieval practice Video: Why is Math Different Now What the Best College Teachers Do, by Ken Bain* EPISODE SPONSORTextExpanderRECOMMENDATIONSHow to Take Great Photos on Your Smart PhoneRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakThe Hungry Mind, by Susan Engel *RECOMMENDED BY:Josh EylerThe Scientist in the Crib, by Alison Gopnik, Andrew N. Meltzoff, and Patricia K. Kuhl, RECOMMENDED BY:Josh EylerThe Gift of Failure, Jessica Lahey *RECOMMENDED BY:Josh Eyler Being Wrong, Kathryn Schulz *RECOMMENDED BY:Josh Eyler

37mins

15 Nov 2018

Rank #8

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How to Effectively Use Presentation Tools in Our Teaching

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 friction. —Teddy Svoronos Think very carefully about what will enhance the learning of the people watching the presentation. —Teddy Svoronos When we adopt technology, there are are two considerations: how valuable it is and how much friction is it going to introduce. —Teddy Svoronos Resources Mentioned Teddy was on: Mac Power Users 383 and Mac Power Users 319 Bonni was on: Mac Power Users 240 (workflow segment) Slide Docs via Nancy Duarte Slideuments via Garr Reyolds Apple Watch Poll Everywhere Simpsons – Star Wipes Example of one way Teddy used animations in explaining sampling distributions: deriving likelihoods Slideology* by Nancy Duarte Teddy’s post: In Praise of Goodnotes More from Teddy on Live Annotation of Student Work with Goodnotes Teddy’s post: A Good Day to Keynote Hard Apple Pencil Surface Pro* Surface Pen Doug McKee’s post: Teaching Online with Zoom, Duet Display, and PDF Expert Attendance2 Are You Enjoying the Show? Rate/review the show. Please consider rating or leaving a review for the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast on whatever service you use to listen to it on (iTunes, Stitcher, etc.). It is the best way to help others discover the show. Give feedback. As always, I welcome suggestions for future topics or guests. Subscribe. If you have yet to subscribe to the weekly update, you can receive a single email each week with the show notes (including all the links we talk about on the episode), as well as an article on either teaching or productivity. RECOMMENDATIONS10.5” iPad ProRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakWrite something down every day: Day One JournalRECOMMENDED BY:Teddy Svoronos

38mins

31 Aug 2017

Rank #9

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Engage the Heart and Mind Through the Connected Classroom

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 their practice is … fear. —Ken Bauer You’ve just got to take baby steps and change those things that you can change. —Ken Bauer Resources Mentioned Amy Collier’s session at Campus Technology 2016 Conference: Love and Risk in Education – A Call to Resistance Student Paola's video about her experience in Ken’s class Confusiasm – confusion and enthusiasm Nancy White on Twitter Ken’s blog post about his teaching evaluations Michelle Miller on episode #026 Gardner Campbell on episode #107 Common Craft’s RSS explanation video Flipped Learning Network Are You Enjoying the Show? Rate/review the show. Please consider rating or leaving a review for the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast on whatever service you use to listen to it on (iTunes, Stitcher, etc.). It is the best way to help others discover the show. Give feedback. As always, I welcome suggestions for future topics or guests. Subscribe. If you have yet to subscribe to the weekly update, you can receive a single email each week with the show notes (including all the links we talk about on the episode), as well as an article on either teaching or productivity. RECOMMENDATIONSTextExpanderRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakFeed WordPress 101 (Alan Levine): Building Connected CoursesRECOMMENDED BY:Ken BauerAlan Levine on TwitterRECOMMENDED BY:Ken BauerYouCanBook.MeRECOMMENDED BY:Ken Bauer

36mins

18 Aug 2016

Rank #10

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Collaboration

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 to provide them with something where collaboration is valuable. —Maha Bali Virtually collaborating brings the conversations to people who can’t be there in person. —Maha Bali If you want to keep learning, I think collaboration is necessary because you need to learn from somebody and with somebody. —Maha Bali Resources Rhizomatic learning The MOOC that community built Soundtrack to the collaborative play Virtually Connecting MLA Commons: Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities (Concepts, models, and experiments) MLA Commons: Collaboration Keyword Are You Enjoying the Show? Rate/review the show. Please consider rating or leaving a review for the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast on whatever service you use to listen to it on (iTunes, Stitcher, etc.). It is the best way to help others discover the show. Give feedback. As always, I welcome suggestions for future topics or guests. Subscribe. If you have yet to subscribe to the weekly update, you can receive a single email each week with the show notes (including all the links we talk about on the episode), as well as an article on either teaching or productivity. RECOMMENDATIONSMaggie Rogers, NYU student, sharing her story and her music with Pharrell Williams (artist-in-residence at NYU)RECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakTry out virtually connecting (check out www.virtuallyconnecting.org)RECOMMENDED BY:Maha BaliDigital Pedagogy LabRECOMMENDED BY:Maha Bali

40mins

7 Jul 2016

Rank #11

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How to Ungrade

Jesse Stommel shares about how to ungrade on episode 217 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode The worst rubrics don’t create space for surprise or discovery. —Jesse Stommel Asking [students] to evaluate themselves ends up being a really important learning experience. —Jesse Stommel Something as complicated as learning can’t be reduced to … rows in a spreadsheet. —Jesse Stommel Just taking the grade off the table doesn’t do the harder work of demystifying that culture we’ve created in education. —Jesse Stommel Resources Mentioned Digital Pedagogy Lab Why I Don’t Grade, by Jesse Stommel How to Ungrade, by Jesse Stommel The New Education, by Cathy Davidson* Cathy Davidson on Teaching in Higher Ed, Episode #169 Peter Elbow Peter Elbow’s Website and Blog Bryan Dewsbury on Teaching in Higher Ed, Episode #215 Parrish Waters at UMW Blue Pulse RECOMMENDATIONSAsk: (Since we last got together) - What brought you life? What took life away?RECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakThe Final YearRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakDeep Play, by Diane AckermanRECOMMENDED BY:Jesse StommelIcarusRECOMMENDED BY:Jesse Stommel

36mins

9 Aug 2018

Rank #12

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Thinking Outside the LMS

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 Michels Teaching should be learner-driven, not tool-driven. –Steven Michels Technology is better at bringing the world into the classroom than it is in taking the classroom out into the world. –Steven Michels Anything we can do as faculty members and professors to harness this natural love of learning that our students have … I think is a good thing. –Steven Michels Resources Mentioned Patterns in Course Design: How instructors ACTUALLY use the LMS Using Slack for Teaching (Steven Michels’ video) Slack Hypothes.is QuickTime SnagIt Google Slides Google Sites Page: Foundations of Political Thought Remind Diigo Medium Are You Enjoying the Show? Rate/review the show. Please consider rating or leaving a review for the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast on whatever service you use to listen to it on (iTunes, Stitcher, etc.). It is the best way to help others discover the show. Give feedback. As always, I welcome suggestions for future topics or guests. Subscribe. If you have yet to subscribe to the weekly update, you can receive a single email each week with the show notes (including all the links we talk about on the episode), as well as an article on either teaching or productivity. RECOMMENDATIONSA Man Called Ove* by Fredrik BackmanRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakublendRECOMMENDED BY:Steven Michels“I Love Learning; I Hate School”: An Anthropology of College* by Susan BlumRECOMMENDED BY:Steven Michels

38mins

16 Feb 2017

Rank #13

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Empathy Toward Greater Inclusion

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. Please consider rating or leaving a review for the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast on whatever service you use to listen to it on (iTunes, Stitcher, etc.). It is the best way to help others discover the show. Give feedback. As always, I welcome suggestions for future topics or guests. Subscribe. If you have yet to subscribe to the weekly update, you can receive a single email each week with the show notes (including all the links we talk about on the episode), as well as an article on either teaching or productivity. RECOMMENDATIONSWhat Kind of Asian Are You?RECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakInvisibilia: Flipping the ScriptRECOMMENDED BY:Jackie ParkeWhistling Vivaldi*RECOMMENDED BY:Rob ParkeCode SwitchRECOMMENDED BY:Rob ParkeThe Memory PalaceRECOMMENDED BY:Rob Parke

33mins

10 Nov 2016

Rank #14

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Agile Faculty

Rebecca Pope Ruark discusses her book, Agile Faculty, on episode 219 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode What if we create experiences rather than courses? —Rebecca Pope-Ruark How do we help our students learn rather than just play school? —Rebecca Pope-Ruark The goal of articulating tasks is to break them down into reasonable chunks. —Rebecca Pope-Ruark Resources Mentioned Agile software development Scrum (rugby) Daily stand up (scrum) meeting The 3 questions that get asked Scrum board – backlog / work in progress / done Examples on Quora Overview of scrum and use of Trello RECOMMENDATIONSCalmRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakTrelloRECOMMENDED BY:Rebecca Pope-RuarkI Love Learning; I Hate School: An Anthropology of College, by Susan D. BlumRECOMMENDED BY:Rebecca Pope-Ruark

39mins

23 Aug 2018

Rank #15

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Racial Identity in the Classroom

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 that reinforced racism without consciously being aware of this. –Stephen Brookfield Most white people grow up with these elements in their consciousness but are unaware that they’re there. –Stephen Brookfield We’re here to challenge, rather than to reassure. –Stephen Brookfield We know that we’ll have been successful when … some of our comfortable assumptions are being questioned. –Stephen Brookfield Resources TIHE15: How to get students to participate in discussion with Stephen Brookfield TIHE98: The Skillful Teacher with Stephen Brookfield The Skillful Teacher by Stephen Brookfield* Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates* A Conversation with My Black Son, a New York Times OpEd Video Good White People: The Problem with Middle-Class White Anti-Racism by Shannon Sullivan* Eduard C. Lindeman Michel Foucault Derald Wing Sue’s books* Videos of Derald Wing Sue Presumed Incompetent by Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs, Yolanda Flores Niemann, Carmen G. González, and Angela P. Harris* TIHE123: Presumed Incompetent with Yolanda Flores Niemann Stephen Covey on Trust The Discussion Book: 50 Great Ways to Get People Talking by Stephen D. Brookfield and Stephen Preskill* David Bohm www.todaysmeet.com Are You Enjoying the Show? Rate/review the show. Please consider rating or leaving a review for the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast on whatever service you use to listen to it on (iTunes, Stitcher, etc.). It is the best way to help others discover the show. Give feedback. As always, I welcome suggestions for future topics or guests. Subscribe. If you have yet to subscribe to the weekly update, you can receive a single email each week with the show notes (including all the links we talk about on the episode), as well as an article on either teaching or productivity. RECOMMENDATIONSTIHE126: Empathy Toward Greater Inclusion with Jackie and Rob ParkeRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakCode Switch Podcast Episode on Sanctuary ChurchesRECOMMENDED BY:Bonni StachowiakJoin a local organizationRECOMMENDED BY:Stephen BrookfieldBlack Lives Matter groupRECOMMENDED BY:Stephen BrookfieldSURJ (Stand Up for Racial Justice)RECOMMENDED BY:Stephen BrookfieldConnect with Stephen on his homepage: stephenbrookfield.comRECOMMENDED BY:Stephen Brookfield

51mins

6 Apr 2017

Rank #16