98 episodes

A podcast hosted by Shane A. Wood and sustained by the voices of others. Teachers talking writing.

Pedagogue Pedagogue

    • Education
    • 4.9 • 29 Ratings

A podcast hosted by Shane A. Wood and sustained by the voices of others. Teachers talking writing.

    Pedagogue & DBLAC: James Eubanks

    Pedagogue & DBLAC: James Eubanks

    In this episode, James Eubanks talks about the racial, gendered, and geographic realities around being a graduate student in the deep South, writing program administration, misinformation, and how the academy can support Black teachers, scholars, and students.

    • 17 min
    Pedagogue & Infrequent Words: What is a Labor-Based Grading System?

    Pedagogue & Infrequent Words: What is a Labor-Based Grading System?

    In this episode, Asao B. Inoue reads from his blogpost titled, "What is a Labor-Based Grading System, and How Will It Produce a Final Course Grade in a Writing Course?" This is the fourth of a series of five blogposts turned podcast episodes. Each episode is meant to address questions about grading and grading contracts.

    • 9 min
    Pedagogue & DBLAC: Charlesia McKinney

    Pedagogue & DBLAC: Charlesia McKinney

    In this episode, Charlesia McKinney talks about Black feminist theories, the politics of pleasure, Black women literacies, fat studies, embodiment, and how the academy can support Black teachers, scholars, and students.

    • 18 min
    Pedagogue & Infrequent Words: Do Grades Help Students Learn in Classrooms?

    Pedagogue & Infrequent Words: Do Grades Help Students Learn in Classrooms?

    In this episode, Asao B. Inoue reads from his blogpost titled, "Do Grades Help Students Learn in Classrooms?" This is the third of a series of five blogposts turned podcast episodes. Each episode is meant to address questions about grading and grading contracts.

    • 12 min
    Pedagogue & Infrequent Words: Why Does Conventional Grading Feel So Unfair?

    Pedagogue & Infrequent Words: Why Does Conventional Grading Feel So Unfair?

    In this episode, Asao B. Inoue reads from his blogpost titled, "Why Does Conventional Grading Feel So Unfair?" This is the second of a series of five blogposts turned podcast episodes. Each episode is meant to address questions about grading and grading contracts.

    • 21 min
    Pedagogue & DBLAC: KáLyn Banks Coghill

    Pedagogue & DBLAC: KáLyn Banks Coghill

    In this episode, KáLyn Banks Coghill talks about her origin story and teaching practices, being mentored by Black women, Hoodrat Scholarship, digital violence against Black women, and how the academy can support Black teachers, scholars, and students.

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

ali_rose13 ,

Awesome podcast for writing teachers

This podcast is great. I love the quick insights from scholars and teachers that give you practical and simple ways into curriculum for your writing courses. It’s awesome to hear from people you’ve read!

MP W ,

Excellent podcast for teachers

Engaging podcast. Practical. I feel like each episode gives you something to think about and do in the classroom.

SassySalad ,

Fantastic podcast

This podcast makes me feel like I’m having a cup of tea with some of my favorite pedagogues. Thoughtfully created and executed, this podcast will have you refreshing your podcast app in hopes of seeing a new episode. Great for pedagogues, researchers, administrators, and anyone interested in pedagogy.

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