169 épisodes

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.

The Cult of Pedagogy Podcast Jennifer Gonzalez

    • Éducation
    • 4.9 • 8 notes

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.

    169: Revolution School: When "Reimagining School" Actually Happens

    169: Revolution School: When "Reimagining School" Actually Happens

    Revolution School is a fantastic new high school in Philadelphia where students co-create their education around experiential learning, community partnerships, and personal development. In this episode I learn about how Revolution works from Henry Fairfax, Head of School, Jane Shore, Head of Research and Innovation, and Master Educator Mike Pardee.
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    Thanks to Today by Studyo and Parlay for sponsoring this episode.
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    Learn more about Revolution School at revolutionschool.org

    • 59 min
    168: Mistake Analysis

    168: Mistake Analysis

    Wrong answers can be an incredible tool for learning and critical thinking. In this episode, Thinking Like a Lawyer author Colin Seale teaches us four easy ways to add mistake analysis into our regular teaching practices. This is a strategy that works in any content area and at any grade level!
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    Thanks to Hāpara and TGR EDU: Explore for sponsoring this episode.
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    Mistake Analysis is just one of the many strategies in Seale's book, Thinking Like a Lawyer: A Framework for Teaching Critical Thinking to All Students*.
    *affiliate link
     

    • 33 min
    167: How to Co-Construct Success Criteria with Students

    167: How to Co-Construct Success Criteria with Students

    When we include students in the process of defining quality work, they are more likely to rise to those standards. In this episode, educator Starr Sackstein explains how she co-constructs success criteria with her students.
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    Thanks to Hāpara and TGR EDU: Explore for sponsoring this episode!
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    Looking for high-impact PD that won't take a lot of time? Check out my mini-course, 4 Laws of Learning, and use the code LISTENER at checkout to take $5 off the course tuition.

    • 48 min
    166: UDL as a Key to Equity

    166: UDL as a Key to Equity

    Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that rejects one-size-fits-all teaching by offering students options for how to engage, what materials to use, and how to demonstrate learning, and it's a solid way to offer a more equitable education to all of our students. My guests Katie Novak and Mirko Chardin help us understand how it works and walk us through a sample lesson that's gotten the full UDL treatment.
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    Thanks so much to Hāpara and Kiddom for sponsoring this episode!
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    Get your copy of the 2021 Teacher's Guide to Tech at teachersguidetotech.com, and remember to use the code LISTENER at checkout for 10 percent off.

    • 45 min
    165: Setting Up Mastery-Based Grading in Your Classroom

    165: Setting Up Mastery-Based Grading in Your Classroom

    It's a terrible feeling when you know some of your students didn't really learn the content, but you move them on anyway. Mastery-based grading solves that problem by requiring students to actually master key concepts before progressing to the next stage. In this episode, Kareem Farah of the Modern Classrooms Project shows us how it's done. 
    This is the third and final episode of a three-part series that has taught us how to run a blended, self-paced, mastery-based model that works beautifully for remote, hybrid, or in-person learning. The first two episodes are 144, Making Great Screencast Videos, and 158, How to Create a Self-Paced Classroom. 
    Join tens of thousands of other teachers who are learning how to implement the Modern Classrooms model by signing up for their free course (affiliate link).
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    Thanks so much to Hāpara and Kiddom for sponsoring this episode!

    • 57 min
    164: The Elegance of the Gray Area

    164: The Elegance of the Gray Area

    An argument for spending more time practicing subtlety and nuance and complication in our thinking.
    This episode is sponsored by Kialo Edu and Kiddom. 

    • 18 min

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8 notes

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Anne M22 ,

So dense and useful

I use this fabulous podcast to find solutions to the problems I encounter in my worklife. The episodes are very dense and useful, they are gold mines to me. Thank you so much, continue to help educators like you do.

Mum in dubai ,

Unbelievably resourceful

I have been listening to Jennifer's voice for over a year. I was looking for more input to accelerate my teacher training as I am undergoing a career change after having dedicated a decade to being home with my children. I came across the Cult of Pedagogy website and its podcast! I highly recommend any of the resources crafted by Jennifer, every simgle video, podcast, article, book review is helping me become a better teacher.
I must appologise for this review is long overdue. I often find myself driving or exercising while listening to you, Jennifer, and without fail I tell myself that I absolutely need to write a review TODAY to convey my deepest appreciation for your insightful work; but the day gets in the way every time!
I also want to highlight and praise your being transparant and truthful; I always relate to the situations you describe wether in the classroom or as a parent! I absolutely love (and often giggle) while listening to you. You come across authentic and relatable. You also make the content relevant and digestible!

Thank you !!
Amelie, French teacher
Dubai, UAE

Keekeur ,

listening to you

hello Jennifer, thank you for your educational tips and for giving us a chance to take a look at how we teach. By breaking down pedagogical methods, you bring new light onto our teaching habits. It really helps having a critical eye and I particularly enjoyed the feed forward episode. Not to mention your Twitter post on how to pronounce "orange". Thank you.

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