Join Terry Greene as he and his guests get some air time to discuss technology-enabled and open learning practices in Ontario Post-Secondary Education.
CogDog Brings OEG Voices to Gettin' Air
Crossover episode! Alan Levine aka CogDog returns to Gettin' Air to flip the script on this podcast by bringing the OEG Voices Podcast, which features "the international perspective of open education practitioners", to Gettin' Air and becoming the host! We chat about the origins of Gettin' Air: The Open Pedagogy Podcast and The Liberated Learner project, among other thing. Also featured in this episode: 4 year old Hattie.
Martin Weller: Metaphors of Ed Tech
Gettin' Air with Martin Weller. How much can you learn about educational technology through Jaws? Turns out, it's a lot. The Open University's Martin Weller returns to the show to chat about his new book: Metaphors of Ed Tech. Is there a community-driven audiobook/podcast version of the book to follow? We hope so!
Hannah McGregor: A Sentimental Education
Gettin' Air with Hannah McGregor. Host and co-host of numerous podcasts better than Gettin' Air (Secret Feminist Agenda and Witch Please to name a couple), Hannah joins the show to chat about (and get quizzed on) her brand new book, A Sentimental Education. Talking points include: snuff films, leitmotif, Jurassic Park, and praxis.
Gettin' Air with Ian Linkletter. To kick off Season 6, the notorious Ian Linkletter joins the show to talk about his transition from EdTech to librarianship. Oh, and we also talk about how he is in the middle of fighting a scary, chilling, and meritless lawsuit from harmful surveillance technology company Proctorio. Transcript at https://bit.ly/linkletterGA
Gettin' Air with Jodie Black. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) comes front and centre as Pedagogical Whisperer Jodie Black joins the show to chat about her upcoming UDL Masterclasses. Who will get the last spot?
Gettin' Air with ShapingEDU. Bringing the biggest crowd of guests of all time to the show, the shapingEDU gang of Lisa Koster, Paul Signorelli, Tom Haymes, and Stephanie Pierotti talk about how they are working to help shape the future of learning in a digital age (and how one way of doing it is to hold super cool Space Camps!) https://shapingedu.asu.edu/