Pedagogue is a podcast about teachers talking writing hosted by Shane Wood. Each episode is a conversation with a teacher (or multiple teachers) about classroom pedagogies and practices. Pedagogue amplifies teacher-scholar perspectives on teaching writing across contexts and positions and celebrates the labor teachers do inside and outside the classroom.
Episode 117: Anastatia Curley
In this episode, Anastatia Curley talks about the first-year writing program at the University of Virginia, curriculum and pedagogical development, mentoring instructors, and teaching a graduate practicum pedagogy course.
Episode 116: Jennifer Whetham
In this episode, Jennifer Whetham talks about the Washington State community and technical college system, advocacy, policy development, community organizing, and antiracism.
Episode 115: Daniel Lawson and Genie Giaimo
In this episode, Daniel Lawson and Genie Giaimo talk about writing center philosophies, linguistic justice and antiracism, labor and advocacy, challenges and joys of program administration, and burnout and wellness.
Episode 114: Allison Hitt
In this episode, Allison Hitt talks about disability studies, universal design for learning, technology, accessibility, multimodality, Rhetorics of Overcoming, and disability justice in first-year writing.
Pedagogue Bonus: JUMP+ (w/Crystal VanKooten)
In this bonus episode, Crystal VanKooten talks about the Journal for Undergraduate Multimedia Projects (JUMP+).
Episode 113: Crystal VanKooten
In this episode, Crystal VanKooten talks about digital media and composing with videos in first-year writing, podcasts and audio production, and digital rhetoric and composition as a methodology.
Smart and Humane
These short (30-minute) episodes give are dope. They help us to see the humanity in rhetoric and composition scholarship and hear the actual voices of scholars in that field. A great introduction into some of the things scholars in the field are currently working on. Highly recommend.
Awesome educational podcast!
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!