Nothing Never Happens is a journey into cutting-edge pedagogical theory and praxis, where co-hosts Tina Pippin and Lucia Hulsether connect with leading voices in radical teaching and learning. We engage a range of approaches — including but not limited to radical democratic, abolitionist, decolonial feminist/womanist, queer, anarchist, and popular grassroots models.
Product to Process: The Anti-Racist Writing Workshop
This month we welcome Prof. Felicia Rose Chavez, award-winning educator and author of The Anti-Racist Writing Workshop: How to Decolonize the Creative Classroom. We dig into the history of writing programs, a vision of decolonized writing classrooms, intersections of activism and teaching, specific pedagogical strategies, and more. About Our Guest Felicia Rose Chavez has an … Continue reading "Product to Process: The Anti-Racist Writing Workshop"
Acting Out: Embodied Pedagogy, Online and Off
Our February 2021 episode features Theresa Ronquillio and Tikka Sears, who joined us for a conversation about using Theater of the Oppressed across pedagogical medium. They offer insights on fostering embodied practice, social change, and community building in virtual spaces. Through these theater pedagogies, Tikka and Theresa welcome participants to bring their whole selves into … Continue reading "Acting Out: Embodied Pedagogy, Online and Off"
Flipping the Covenant: Debt, Labor, Public Education
We are ringing in 2021 in style with a podcast featuring Eleni Schirmer, a scholar of labor, social movements, and the political economy of education. We talk about the debt crisis in higher education as it affects not only students but institutions; the history of teacher unions; how to bring democratic practices from the street … Continue reading "Flipping the Covenant: Debt, Labor, Public Education"
Dismantling Oppression: A Conversation with Maha Bali, Part 2
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Nurturing Student Agency: A Conversation with Maha Bali
Dr. Bali is the author of many articles and blogs that push the boundaries of pedagogical theory and praxis, and in particular online teaching and learning. She is an editor at Hybrid Pedagogy and editorial board member of Teaching in Higher Education, Online Learning Journal, Learning, Media and Technology, International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher … Continue reading "Nurturing Student Agency: A Conversation with Maha Bali"
Learning Should Be Sweet: Jan Willis on Engaged Buddhist Pedagogy
Our November 2020 podcast features Dr. Jan Willis, acclaimed teacher of religion and author of the lauded memoir Dreaming Me: An African American Buddhist Journey. We talk to her about how engaged Buddhism shapes her pedagogy, the models of teaching that have influenced her, what transformative responses to racist violence look like, and much more. … Continue reading "Learning Should Be Sweet: Jan Willis on Engaged Buddhist Pedagogy"
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