Journeys in Podcasting



Educational Technology and Cognitive Development, tech as a literacy tool, project based learning mindsets and methods.


  • 30 John Thill on Library Systems and Phases during Covid_19

    11/09/2020 Duração: 01h03min

    John Thill explains cycles of planning for systems and phases through the Covid_19 period, the challenges of balancing ongoing research, anecdotal evidence, and local, stated, and national politics. John details innovations such as door step book delivery, online programming, and becoming what is needed during the pandemic.  

  • 29 Hugh Gash on Mysticism and Radical Constructivism

    09/09/2020 Duração: 01h09min

    Hugh Gash calls educators to encompass the mystical experience in teacher reflection, an acceptance that much of how learning happens cannot be known, and in that acceptance lies hidden epiphanies. Gash also discusses "Radical Constructivism" including circularity, social, and embodied experience in learning. Gash's concepts are refreshing to an increasingly edu-corporate approach to learning design.  

  • 28 Arnab Chakravarty on Light, Time, and Self

    06/09/2020 Duração: 01h07min

    Before we all were participating in the Covid_19 pandemic social experiment of living like astronauts, Arnab Chakravarty had already embarked on his own journey into his own circadian rhythms. His ITP (Interactive Telecommunications Program) thesis was the culmination of months living "off the clock". In this session Arnab delves into moving away from a monochronic mindset.  

  • 27 Scott McLeod on the Covid_19 Crisis of Leadership in Schools

    11/08/2020 Duração: 01h34s

    Dr. Scott McLeod of Dangerously Irrelevant has been interviewing educators from around the world during Covid_19 crisis, and blogging about the crisis in school leadership during the pandemic political plague in the U.S. Here he discusses openness to teaching and learning innovation and the plan to continue learning online until school reopenings.

  • 26 Jenae Cohn on A Day in the Life of an Online Professor

    01/08/2020 Duração: 01h04min

    Dr. Jenae Cohn discusses multimodal communication, taking the students' pulse, broadening bandwidths, call and response content creation, strategizing synchronous and asynchronous time, onboarding the tech stack, online course design, and the new ethics around tech and student privacy. An amazing discussion bridging the current hybrid learning design challenges from K-12 to higher education.  

  • 25 Meredith Dodd on Digital Tools, Documentation, and Reggio Emilia during Covid19

    31/07/2020 Duração: 01h20min

    Meredith Dodd of the University of Chicago Dewey Lab School talks about the mindfulness of tool within a Reggio Emilia environment applied to our hybrid digital and physical world. While we set out to discuss SeeSaw, Zoom, and mobile devices with early childhood, we quickly wander into what the digital world offers in deepening metacognition and working cooperatively with others.      

  • 24 Andy Quitmeyer on Digital Naturalism

    03/12/2019 Duração: 23min

    Andrew Quitmeyer lives in Gamboa, Panama running DinaLab, a center for Digital Naturalism. He works to change the way researchers interact with their data collecting by moving the lab to the floor of the rainforest. The implications of his ideas go way beyond scientific study, it seems similar to Francisco Varela's "Embodied Cognition" only with Arduinos, LED's, and laser cutters. Confused? Good, that is a good state of mind to begin this podcast.

  • 23 John Fallon and Paul Darvasi on Gaming and Holistic Literacy

    17/09/2019 Duração: 01h15min

    John Fallon and Pual Darvasi discuss alternate reality gaming in the classroom.  In their breakdown of "Blind Protocol" they discuss how teaching English Language class turns into an exercise in holistic literacy where knowledge becomes, in the Deweyesque sense, actionable upon the context of the immediate environment.  Fallon and Darvasi are gaming pioneers who, impatient with the slow rate of change in education, create a way to mix physical and digital sensory reality with that of mental representation.  

  • 22 Wiktor Przybylski and Jakub Kowalik on What Hackerspaces Offer that Work and School Do Not

    11/08/2019 Duração: 21min

    Wiktor Przybylski and Jakub Kowalik run Hackerspace Krakow and here they discuss the freedoms of learning in a Hackerspace compared to work and school environments.

  • 21 MH Rahmani on Perception and Cognition in a Making Process

    07/08/2019 Duração: 01h18min

    M. H. Rahmani explains the prolonged space of problem defining in the process of making. His thesis project, reFrame, serves as an example of making as a long process for investigating scientific, psychological, philosophical inquiry. John Dewey called for "Art as Science". This talk breaks down interdisciplinary "technologies".

  • 20 Sylvia Martinez on Invent to Learn 2019

    03/06/2019 Duração: 01h09min

    Sylvia Martinez discusses the need for teacher time and continued development of theory of knowledge, the updated Invent to Learn 2019 edition, and the upcoming Constructing Modern Knowledge make space she and Gary Stager host every summer.      

  • 19 Robert Sommer on Personal Space, the Behavioral Basis for Design

    02/06/2019 Duração: 01h06min

    Dr. Robert Sommer, author of Personal Space, the Behavioral Basis of Design discusses his seminal work. Dr. Sommer elaborates on learning spaces and the multitude of perspectives with a single learning space.        

  • 18 Stephanie Cox Suarez on Documentation and Making Learning Visible

    02/06/2019 Duração: 39min

    Dr. Stephanie Cox Suarez discusses her experiences with documentation with the Project Zero Making Learning Visible project and her work with the Reggio Emilia approach. Here she touches on themes of the importance of documenting group learning, using repeated viewing of documentation, and stresses not the capture of the learning artifact but the unpacking. Learningeducationlearningdesigndocumentationpodcastlearningspaces        

  • 17 YJ Kim on Playful Assessment in Maker Centered Learning

    07/03/2019 Duração: 50min

    Yoon Jeon Kim, research scientist from MIT Playful Journey Lab joins Journeys in Podcasting to discuss her work with Playful Assessments, methods for keeping formative assessment a co-construction between teachers and students.

  • 16 Monica Burns on Scannable Technologies in the Classroom

    01/03/2019 Duração: 44min

    Journeys in Podcasting continues the theme of "Hacking Active Learning Spaces" by inviting Apple Distinguished Educator and author Monica Burns to discuss the potentials of augmented reality in the classroom. (from a 2016 podcast session) *audio glitches, recorded on Google Hangouts

  • 15 Angela Stockman on Making and Writing Workshop

    05/02/2019 Duração: 01h04min

    Angela Stockman, author of Make Writing, Hacking the Writer's Workshop, and Hacking School Culture, discusses her experience mixing writer's workshop with maker centered learning. Angela talks about her visit to Reggio Emilia and the maker approach to early childhood. Note: internet connections were a challenge, the audio clarity is limited, but the ideas discusses are incredible. Music: the mini loop remix is from Snail Mail "Pristine".

  • 14 Epunk of C-Base on the Mothership of all Hackerspaces

    04/02/2019 Duração: 28min

    Epunk of C-base, the mothership of hacker spaces dedicates a part of his afternoon to discuss the GDPR and data privacy issues, crowdsourced environmental pollution monitoring projects, and open source education outreach projects.  Epunk explains the philosophy of the mothership, how hacker spaces are continuing a century old tradition of universities in keeping information free for all.  This is a great introduction to the future of alternative learning spaces.

  • 13 Rachel Fink on Reggio Emilia in an Israeli Context

    01/02/2019 Duração: 24min

    Rachel Fink is the co-founder of The Journey: Early Childhood Center in Tel Aviv, Israel. Here she explains the JECC's origins, the politics of "childhood", collective construction, Hebrew as a context for learning, tools of construction and wonder, documentation as a breathing organism, and the "signs" within learning environments.

  • 12 EdCamp Bogota

    15/12/2015 Duração: 01h02min
  • 11 Gamification Part 1

    09/10/2015 Duração: 01h55min
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