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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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    • 4.8 • 317 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.

    Top Tools for Learning, with Dave Stachowiak

    Top Tools for Learning, with Dave Stachowiak

    Dave Stachowiak and Bonni Stachowiak talk about our top tools for learning votes on episode 432 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    Each year, I look forward to reviewing the results of Jane Hart’s Top Tools for Learning and to submitting my votes for a personal Top Tools for Learning list.



    -Bonni Stachowiak





    Resources



    Jane Hart’s Top Tools for Learning

    Mike Taylor’s 2022 Top Tools for Learning votes.

    Zoom

    speaking engagements

    How to turn a Zoom chat into a useful summary and a sample summary from an AAEEBL Meetup

    Personal knowledge mastery system

    Overcast received a major design overhaul in March of 2022

    Unread

    Inoreader

    Mela

    Twitter - tv/movie recommendations, or learning from those in the disability community

    Raindrop- How Bonni uses Raindrop - Dave’s shared Raindrop.io digital bookmarks

    Hypothes.is

    PollEverywhere

    Padlet

    Loom - verify your Loom account as an educator

    Canva

    WordPress

    Naomi Kasa - the page she created with all my upcoming and past speaking engagements - my resources page for a recent speaking engagement

    Blubrry



    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.”

    • 38 min
    Community and Joy: Lessons from MYFest, with Maha Bali, Mia Zamora, and Clarissa Sorensen-Unruh

    Community and Joy: Lessons from MYFest, with Maha Bali, Mia Zamora, and Clarissa Sorensen-Unruh

    Maha Bali, Mia Zamora, and Clarissa Sorensen-Unruh share lessong about community and joy from MYFest on episode 431 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    What educators need most right now is to come together as a community and learn in ways that are different than we ever have before.

    -Maha Bali



    If we don’t take the time to process and reflect upon the things that have happened to us we lose them.

    -Mia Zamora





    Resources



    Online Does Not Mean Isolated, by Maha Bali, George Station, and Mia Zamora for Inside Higher Ed

    MYFest 2022 via Equity Unbound

    FOMO

    Padlet

    Jamboard

    Karen Costa

    Ungrading track

    Digital literacies pathway

    Daily Create

    Equity Unbound

    Community building resources



    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.”

    • 44 min
    How to grade creative assignments, with Bonni Stachowiak

    How to grade creative assignments, with Bonni Stachowiak

    Bonni Stachowiak shares some ideas for how to grade creative assignments on episode 430 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    Alternative assignments can often be messy, but the rewards for students and teachers can be transformative.

    -Bonni Stachowiak





    Resources



    How Do You Grade A Creative Assignment, by Bonni Stachowiak for EdSurge

    Episode 36: What the Best College Teachers Do with Ken Bain

    What the Best College Teachers Do, by Ken Bain

    Tweet thread from Corinne Gressang, assistant professor of history at Erskine College about her Holocaust course

    Episode 401: The Problem with Grades, by Josh Eyler

    You Don’t Have to Wait for the Clock to Strike to Start Teaching, by Peter Newbury

    How Humans Learn: The Science and Stories Behind Effective College Teaching, by Josh Eyler

    AAC&U VALUE initiative and rubrics

    Harvard’s Project Zero’s Visible Thinking Project

    CAST’s UDL Action and Expression Guidelines

    Harvard’s Alternative Assignments: Creative and Digital Resource



    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).”

    • 19 min
    Who’s Counting, with John Allen Paulos

    Who’s Counting, with John Allen Paulos

    John Allen Paulos shares about his new book, Who’s Counting, on episode 429 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    We do speak in probabilities our whole lives. Most of us speak it badly, but we do speak it.

    -John Allen Paulos





    Resources



    Who's Counting? Uniting Numbers and Narratives with Stories from Pop Culture, Puzzles, Politics, and More, by John Allen Paulos

    Mathematics cartoon

    Pun

    Bayes theorem



    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).”

    • 28 min
    Back to School, with Bonni Stachowiak

    Back to School, with Bonni Stachowiak

    Bonni Stachowiak shares some ideas and inspiration for the start of the academic year on episode 428 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    If we don't start small, we can become stuck wherever we are.

    -Bonni Stachowiak





    Resources



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

    Small Teaching flashcards on Quizlet

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

    Small Changes in Teaching: The First 5 Minutes of Class, by James Lang

    Who’s in Class? Form: A Tool for Fostering Inclusion - Tracie Addy

    Episode 101: Public Sphere Pedagogy with Thia Wolf from Chico State



    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).”

    • 16 min
    Learning in Uncertainty, with Dave Cormier

    Learning in Uncertainty, with Dave Cormier

    Dave Cormier talks about his work in helping students learn in uncertainty on episode 427 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.



    Quotes from the episode





    It is not about it being right or wrong, it’s about looking at the implications.

    -Dave Cormier



    We aren’t trying to solve the problem, we are trying to understand the issues we have a little bit deeper.

    -Dave Cormier



    Find ways to make small, productive change.

    -Dave Cormier



    We are not solving the problem, we are making it a little better where we can.

    -Dave Cormier





    Resources



    Future Challenges Initiative

    SSHRC Future Challenges

    Futures Activity - ebook written by University of Windsor’s coop students

    Saltaire

    Expert Chess Memory: Revisiting the Chunking Hypothesis, by Gobet and Simon

    Future of Education Speaker Series Episode 1 - Students Thinking About Future Skills

    Teaching for Uncertainty vs Teaching the Basics

    Billion Oyster Project



    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.”

    • 39 min

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