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Thank you for checking out the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. This is the space where we explore the art and science of being more effective at facilitating learning. We also share ways to increase our personal productivity, so we can have more peace in our lives and be even more present for our students.

Teaching in Higher Ed Bonni Stachowiak

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Thank you for checking out the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. This is the space where we explore the art and science of being more effective at facilitating learning. We also share ways to increase our personal productivity, so we can have more peace in our lives and be even more present for our students.

    Inclusive Teaching Visualization and Observation, with Tracie Addy

    Inclusive Teaching Visualization and Observation, with Tracie Addy

    Tracie Addy talks about the inclusive teaching visualization project and classroom observation protocols on episode 426 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    Try not to focus on the observer. Teach like you normally would if they were not there.

    -Tracie Addy





    Resources



    Inclusive Teaching Visualization Project

    What Inclusive Instructors Do: Principles and Practices for Excellence in College Teaching, by Tracie Marcella Addy, Derek Dube, and Khadijah A. Mitchell

    Yale’s Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning open teaching days



    Affiliate income disclosure: Books that are recommended on the podcast link to the Teaching in Higher Ed bookstore on Bookshop.org. All affiliate income gets donated to the LibroMobile Arts Cooperative (LMAC), established in 2016 by Sara Rafael Garcia.”

    • 40 min
    Inclusive Teaching, with Viji Sathy and Kelly Hogan

    Inclusive Teaching, with Viji Sathy and Kelly Hogan

    Viji Sathy and Kelly Hogan talk about their new book: Inclusive Teaching - Strategies for Promoting Equity in the College Classroom on episode 425 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    Is there something I can do to invite more students in?

    -Kelly Hogan



    An inclusive classroom is really intentional in both course design and the in-class environment.

    -Kelly Hogan



    We hold ourselves back in checking boxes.

    -Viji Sathy



    How do we help ALL the learners, however they come to us?

    -Viji Sathy



    How do we design an experience that actually helps students meet their goals?

    -Viji Sathy



    Our work in inclusive teaching is a journey; there is no final destination.

    -Viji Sathy



    Inclusive teaching will keep on evolving because people keep evolving, students keep evolving, and topics keep evolving.

    -Viji Sathy



    We don’t want to leave it to chance that things will go well.

    -Kelly Hogan





    Resources



    Inclusive Teaching by Kelly Hogan and Viji Sathy

    Reach Everyone, Teach Everyone: Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education, by Thomas J. Tobin and Kirsten T. Behling

    Understanding by Design, by Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe



    Affiliate income disclosure: Books that are recommended on the podcast link to the Teaching in Higher Ed bookstore on Bookshop.org(https://bookshop.org/shop/teachinginhighered). All affiliate income gets donated to the LibroMobile Arts Cooperative (LMAC)(https://bookshop.org/shop/LibroMobile), established in 2016 by Sara Rafael Garcia(https://www.cuentosmobile.com/bio).”

    • 49 min
    Rob Parke and Michael Boyce explore with me what the tv show Severance would look like if it took place in higher ed (spoilers at very end - we warn you when to hop off)) on episode 424 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast

    Rob Parke and Michael Boyce explore with me what the tv show Severance would look like if it took place in higher ed (spoilers at very end - we warn you when to hop off)) on episode 424 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast

    Rob Parke and Michael Boyce explore with me what the tv show Severance would look like if it took place in higher ed (spoilers at very end - we warn you when to hop off)) on episode 424 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    I think there is a culture of “I’m going hard for 9 months with very little boundaries and then I am off for the summer.”

    -Rob Parke



    Setting boundaries in my syllabus is me setting up expectations for work-life balance.

    -Michael Boyce



    I think a lot of push on student-centered teaching almost encourages bad boundaries.

    -Michael Boyce



    Many of us in our institutions don’t deal with grief well.

    -Rob Parke





    Resources



    Wikipedia: Severance

    IMDB: Severance

    Episode 301 with Andrew (Andy) Stenhouse (about Positive Work-Life Spillover)

    Episode 394 with Tracie Addy (she talked about The Who’s in Class survey)

    Episode 419 with Julia Charles-Linen (she recommended Octavia Butler’s books)

    Episode 126 with Jackie and Rob Parke about empathy toward greater inclusion



    Affiliate income disclosure: Books that are recommended on the podcast link to the Teaching in Higher Ed bookstore on Bookshop.org. All affiliate income gets donated to the LibroMobile Arts Cooperative (LMAC), established in 2016 by Sara Rafael Garcia.”

    • 42 min
    A Classroom Observation Story, with Bonni Stachowiak

    A Classroom Observation Story, with Bonni Stachowiak

    Bonni Stachowiak talks about an opportunity to observe a friend’s hybrid class on episode 423 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    Learners are ready to hear deeper explanations, once we have ignited their curiosity.

    -Bonni Stachowiak



    We should be constantly making invitations for students to come back and focus.

    -Bonni Stachowiak



    How can we get students to help us get some feedback?

    -Bonni Stachowiak





    Resources



    Episode 208 with Bonni Stachowiak

    Peer Review of Teaching - Episode 131 with Isabeau Iqbal

    ESCALA Educational Services

    Formative Peer Review of Teaching Resources

    Isabeau Iqbal’s Publications on Peer Review of Teaching and Dissertation

    On Being Observed by David Gooblar

    Zoom Meetings

    Zoom Rooms

    COPUS - Classroom Observation Protocol for Undergraduate STEM

    TOPSE - Timed Observational Protocol for Student Engagement and Equity via ESCALA Educational Services

    To Umm or Not to Umm: That is the Question, by Alan Levine

    Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning, by James Lang

    Derek Bruff on Episode 277 - Intentional Tech

    Bruce Almighty

    Build A Bear

    Stephen Brookfield’s Critical Incident Questionnaire 

    Gardner Campbell’s APGAR for Class Meetings

    Distracted: Why Students Can't Focus and What You Can Do about It, by James M. Lang



    Affiliate income disclosure: Books that are recommended on the podcast link to the Teaching in Higher Ed bookstore on Bookshop.org(https://bookshop.org/shop/teachinginhighered). All affiliate income gets donated to the LibroMobile Arts Cooperative (LMAC)(https://bookshop.org/shop/LibroMobile), established in 2016 by Sara Rafael Garcia(https://www.cuentosmobile.com/bio).”

    • 30 min
    The New Science of Learning, with Todd Zakrajsek

    The New Science of Learning, with Todd Zakrajsek

    Todd Zakrajsek shares about the 3rd edition of The New Science of Learning on episode 422 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    Let people struggle a little bit.

    -Todd Zakrajsek



    If you don't teach students how to do well in groups, they don't tend to get better at it.

    -Todd Zakrajsek





    Resources



    The New Science of Learning: How to Learn in Harmony with Your Brain, by Todd Zakrajsek

    Albert Bandura

    Zone of Proximal Development

    Cognitive load

    Robert Bjork on Episode 72 of Teaching in Higher Ed

    Desirable difficulties - Robert Bjork

    Mathematics for Human Flourishing, by Francis Su



    Affiliate income disclosure: Books that are recommended on the podcast link to the Teaching in Higher Ed bookstore on Bookshop.org(https://bookshop.org/shop/teachinginhighered). All affiliate income gets donated to the LibroMobile Arts Cooperative (LMAC)(https://bookshop.org/shop/LibroMobile), established in 2016 by Sara Rafael Garcia(https://www.cuentosmobile.com/bio).”

    • 43 min
    Intentional Calendaring, with Bonni and Dave Stachowiak

    Intentional Calendaring, with Bonni and Dave Stachowiak

    Bonni and Dave Stachowiak talk about intentional calendaring on episode 421 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    A calendar can be really helpful because you’ve done some planning in advance to see what is most important for you to do and how much time that is likely to take.

    -Dave Stachowiak



    When you have a calendar you’re not making decisions every single hour of every single work day about where you are going to put your energy next. This causes a lot of decision fatigue.

    -Dave Stachowiak



    A calendar is all about intention, about making decisions about what is most important.

    -Dave Stachowiak





    Resources Mentioned



    The Productive Online and Offline Professor, by Bonni Stachowiak

    Combined List of Productivity Tools from The Productive Online and Offline Professor

    Translating Intentions into Action, Episode 387 with Dave Stachowiak

    Zoom

    Fuel Efficient Mentoring Episode 367 with Adaira Landry and Resa Lewiss

    Sandie Morgan

    Episode 168 with Teddy Svoronos

    AcuityScheduling

    Fantastical

    CardHop

    Doodle



    Book links for this episode, along with the ones in the Teaching in Higher Ed bookshop (still a work-in-progress) generate affiliate income, 100% of which goes to supporting LibroMobile Arts Cooperative (LMAC) is a small sized, hybrid nonprofit organization established in 2016 by local author Sarah Rafael García in Santa Ana, California.

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