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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

    • Education
    • 4.8 • 340 Ratings

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.

    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
    Presence in the Online World, with Karen Robert + Aga Palalas

    Presence in the Online World, with Karen Robert + Aga Palalas

    Karen Robert + Aga Palalas share about their co-edited book, Presence in the Online World, a Contemplative Perspective and Practice for Educators, on episode 516 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    This practice really focuses on the beautiful part of us, which is compassion.

    -Aga Palalas



    What is my intention? Why am I here right now?

    -Aga Palalas



    Practices take practice.

    -Karen Robert



    Come back to yourself.

    -Karen Robert





    Resources



    Presence in the Online World, a Contemplative Perspective and Practice for Educators, edited by Leslie Jeffrey; Agnieszka (Aga) Palalas; Karen Robert and Yuk-Lin Renita Wong

    Wild Geese

    Contemplative Practices in Higher Education*

    The 10% Happier Podcast, by Dan Harris

    Insight Timer App

    Greater Good in Education

    • 44 min
    Faculty’s Role in Student Success, with Jody Green

    Faculty’s Role in Student Success, with Jody Green

    Jody Greene discusses faculty’s role in student success on episode 515 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    The special power of literature comes from that capacity to have one foot in the factual or the real and one foot in the imagination or the fictional.

    -Jody Greene



    We know that there are so many other important elements to students' success, their well-being, their thriving, their career pathways, their ability to pursue interests and curiosities, their engagement, their activism, and all of these multiple measures.

    -Jody Greene



    I think people care about what the institution has told them they need to care about.

    -Jody Greene



    I don't think we should have expectations based on people's gender in a classroom.

    -Jody Greene





    Resources



    About Jody Greene

    Teaching Environmental Justice: Practices to Engage Students and Build Community, edited by Sikina Jinnah, Jessie Dubreuil, Jody Greene, and Samara S. Foster

    The dualistic mind, by Richard Rohr

    Gina Garcia

    Torgny Roxå - ‘shame briefcase’

    Listen: Improving Student Success in the Classroom, Inside Higher Ed podcast with Jody Green

    New Day (live) - Alicia Keys

    Alicia Keys: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    Try a little kindness

    Notice

    ASK: What is the most generous reading I can have right here?

    “If things were simple, word would have gotten around.” Jacques Derrida

    • 39 min
    Transformative Education: Lessons From More Than 50 Years of Teaching, with Joe Hoyle

    Transformative Education: Lessons From More Than 50 Years of Teaching, with Joe Hoyle

    Joe Hoyle shares lessons from more than 50 years of teaching and from his free book: Transformative Education, on episode 514 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    If you want to become a better teacher, find someone who has an interest in teaching like you do.

    -Joe Hoyle



    Great teaching is terribly, terribly complicated.

    -Joe Hoyle



    Having a good teacher who is kind to you is very, very important.

    -Joe Hoyle



    Your success, or your lack of success, is a product of the stories you're telling yourself. So tell yourself different stories.

    -Joe Hoyle





    Resources



    Transformative Education: How Can You Become a Better College Teacher, by Joe Hoyle (a free resource)

    Victorian Literature for Accounting Majors, by Joe Hoyle and Elisabeth Gruner

    50 years later, Joe Hoyle's passion for teaching burns bright, a profile from the University of Richmond

    Teaching in Higher Ed Episode 164: Setting Students Up for Success from the Start with Joe Hoyle

    HelloFresh

    Louise Penny

    A League of Their Own Clip: The Hard Makes It Great

    • 44 min

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