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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.

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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.

    Intersectionality, Power, and Pedagogy, with Clarissa Sorensen Unruh

    Intersectionality, Power, and Pedagogy, with Clarissa Sorensen Unruh

    Clarissa Sorensen Unruh shares about intersectionality, power, and pedagogy on episode 522 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    It is hard for students to accurately think about what their learning process looked like.

    -Clarissa Sorensen Unruh



    Not only is the system rigged for a certain dominant group, but it is purposefully sabotaging some groups.

    -Clarissa Sorensen Unruh



    The unfortunate thing about intersectionality is that once you start seeing the power lenses, you can never go back to not seeing the power lenses.

    -Clarissa Sorensen Unruh



    Our goal is not to get burnt out.

    -Clarissa Sorensen Unruh





    Resources



    Intersectionality as Critical Social Theory, by Patricia Hill Collins

    Kimberlé Crenshaw

    Liberatory and emancipatory pedagogies - critical pedagogy, culturally responsive pedagogies, open pedagogy, and ungrading

    Nel Noddings Ethics of Care

    Wool, Hugh Howey*

    Nikita Gill

    Dune

    Black Liturgies

    Learning in a Time of Abundance, by Dave Cormier

    The Myth of the AI First Draft, with Leon Furze

    The Myth of the AI First Draft, with Leon Furze

    Leon Furze shares the myth of the AI first draft on episode 521 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    We need to provide opportunities for people to find things hard, to persevere, and to see if they come out the other side.

    -Leon Furze



    For me, brainstorming, idea generation, drafting, all of that is far more important than the finished product itself.

    -Leon Furze



    If we're going to accuse students of cheating and then allow professors or or educators to use the technology for assessments, that's hypocritical, and probably quite condescending.

    -Leon Furze





    Resources



    The Myth of the AI First Draft, by Leon Furze

    Google NotebookLM

    Margaret Atwood

    Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World, by David Epstein

    Connor Grennan describes the power of generalists on LinkedIn video

    Practical AI Strategies - 20% off course use code tihe2024

    Good ideas: When to use GenAI for brainstorming, by Leon Furze

    Bird Brains: The Collective Practice of Getting Better at Teaching, with Dave Stachowiak

    Bird Brains: The Collective Practice of Getting Better at Teaching, with Dave Stachowiak

    Dave Stachowiak interviews Bonni about Bird Brains on episode 520 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    Good curators are valued members of knowledge networks.

    -Bonni Stachowiak



    For those of us that teach in a higher education context, there are so many different classroom observation tools that are far more grounded in research.

    -Bonni Stachowiak



    Let's celebrate it for the whole 10th year. We are going to be launching an opportunity where we can surface and share our stories and our experiences together.

    -Bonni Stachowiak





    Resources



    Cornell Lab of Ornithology

    Merlin Bird ID by Cornell Lab

    The Genius of Birds, by Jennifer Ackerman

    Fold the Cheese | Schitt's Creek

    What Baby George and Handstands Taught Me About Learning | Mike Wesch

    Enhancing Inclusive Instruction, by Tracie Marcella Addy, Derek Dube, and Khadijah A. Mitchell

    Protocol for Advancing Inclusive Teaching Efforts (PAITE)

    Episode 457: Metaphor as Conceptual Anchor with Kerry Mandulak

    Episode 213: Personal Knowledge Mastery with Harold Jarche

    Personal Knowledge Mastery, by Harold Jarche

    The Canary Code, by Ludmila Praslova

    Outside-In: Entangled Openness as Subversion Influencing Emergent Change, by Maha Bali

    Wild Geese, written and read by Mary OIiver on On Being

    Goosechase

    How to Foster Self-Compassion as a Professor, with Danielle De La Mare

    How to Foster Self-Compassion as a Professor, with Danielle De La Mare

    Danielle De La Mare shares how to foster self compassion as a professor on episode 519 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    And I worked way, way, way, way, way harder than I should have because I thought that if I didn't work hard, people would see that I wasn't worthy of being their teacher.

    -Danielle De La Mare



    Let's just take a second and really feel all the pain that you've been feeling. And put your hands over your heart.

    -Danielle De La Mare



    Don't say yes if it's not something that really speaks to you, if it's not really a deeper sort of desire of yours.

    -Danielle De La Mare



    What is it like to be me? Do I even know right now?

    -Danielle De La Mare





    Resources



    Self Compassion Breaks

    Self Compassionate Professor Podcast

    Facebook Group: Self Compassionate Professors

    Kristen Neff: What is Self Compassion?

    Link to a section of a Padlet board

    • 38 min
    Teaching with AI, with José Bowen

    Teaching with AI, with José Bowen

    José Bowen shares about Teaching with AI on episode 518 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    The technology changed the standard that we accept.

    -José Bowen



    There's a huge equity issue here, but there's also an opportunity to raise standards.

    -José Bowen



    There are different things that AI can do to help us with student learning.

    -José Bowen



    AI has the capability to increase our ability to have relationships with students by taking away some of the other kinds of tedious things.

    -José Bowen



    Integrity is a universal value.

    -José Bowen





    Resources



    Teaching with AI: A Practical Guide to a New Era of Human Learning, by José Antonio Bowen and C. Edward Watson

    The Case for Slow-Walking Our Use of Generative AI: Four principles to guide your thinking on the role of ChatGPT and other such tools in your teaching, by James M. Lang

    How to Use GenAI to Prepare for Your Next Job Interview, by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

    • 49 min
    Thinking with and About AI, with C. Edward Watson

    Thinking with and About AI, with C. Edward Watson

    C. Edward Watson talks about thinking with and about AI on episode 517 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    Where will things be 2 and a half years? And how do you prepare students for that world that's rapidly evolving?

    -Eddie Watson



    You must use AI as a starting point in the real world.

    -Eddie Watson



    Even the best tool on the market says that it gets it wrong one out of 20 times. You know, there's a false positive. It'll accuse a student of cheating who did not cheat with AI. And that's the best in show tool.

    -Eddie Watson



    There are so many ethical concerns within this space just around AI detection.

    -Eddie Watson





    Resources



    Teaching with AI: A Practical Guide to a New Era of Human Learning, by José Antonio Bowen and C. Edward Watson

    turbolearn ai

    AI Tutor Pro

    OpenStax

    Dialect prejudice predicts AI decisions about people’s character, employability, and criminality, by Valentin Hofmann , Pratyusha Ria Kalluri, Dan Jurafsky, Sharese King

    The Myth of the AI First Draft, by Leon Furze

    How To Teach with AI and Still Put People First, by Jon Ippolito

    Whisper Memos

    Lance Eaton

    Michelle Miller

    Anna Mills

    • 43 min

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