Season 2 Episode 22

In this episode, Burying the Book, Anne and Steve are joined by, Melkana Brakalova-Trevithick, Professor of Mathematics at Fordham University, who shares her thoughts about the language of math and how to address the challenges of math instruction. Access a captioned version Show Notes: The anecdote from the episode about a mathematician burying a math textbookContinue reading “Season 2 Episode 22”

Season 2 Episode 21

In this episode, Tactile Learning, Anne and Steve are joined Louie Dean Valencia, Assistant Professor of Digital History and Coordinator of the Center for Public History at Texas State University, who shares his thoughts about encouraging students to learn through collaboration, curation and creation. Access a captioned version Show Notes Antiauthoritarian Youth Culture in FrancoistContinue reading “Season 2 Episode 21”

Season 2 Episode 20

In this episode, Hard Facts, Anne and Steve are joined by Stephen Holler, Chair & Associate Professor of the Department of Physics & Engineering Physics at Fordham University who shares his experiences bringing physics education to bear on issues affecting the local community. Access a captioned version Fordham and Bronx Schools Collaborating on Air Quality ProjectContinue reading “Season 2 Episode 20”

Season 2 Episode 19

In this episode, A Productive Struggle, Anne and Steve are joined by Alesia Moldavan Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education, Associate Chair, Division of Curriculum & Teaching, Program Director, MST Adolescence Mathematics in the Graduate School of Education at Fordham University who shares her thoughts about the changing nature of mathematics instruction. Access a captioned versionContinue reading “Season 2 Episode 19”

Season 2 Episode 18

In this episode, The Fallow Fields, we are joined by Sarah Zimmerman, Professor of English at Fordham University who shares her thoughts about the lecture as effective instructional strategy. Access a captioned version Show Notes Joseph Wright of Derby, The Philosopher Giving that Lecture on an Orrery, in which a Lamp is Put in Place ofContinue reading “Season 2 Episode 18”

Season 2 Episode 17

In this episode, STEM Communities , Anne and Steve are joined by Robert Beer, Associate Professor of Chemistry and the Fordham College at Rose Hill Associate Dean for STEM and Pre-Health Education at Fordham University who shares his thoughts about the challenges and opportunities for teaching and learning in this next phase of the pandemic.Continue reading “Season 2 Episode 17”

Season 2 Episode 16

In this episode, Compassion Is Never Inappropriate, Anne and Steve are joined by Lisa Cataldo, Associate Professor of Pastoral Counseling at the Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education at Fordham University, who shares her thoughts about trauma informed teaching. Access a captioned version Mays Imad (June 2020)l Inside Higher Ed: Leveraging the Neuroscience ofContinue reading “Season 2 Episode 16”

Episode 15: A Special Episode

In this episode, Inviting Students In, Anne and Steve are joined by Catherine Nichols, an Advanced Lecturer in Cultural Anthropology and Museum Studies And the Director, May Weber Ethnographic Study Collection at Loyola University Chicago who shares her thoughts about teaching with and through objects. Access a captioned version Show Notes May Weber Ethnographic CollectionContinue reading “Episode 15: A Special Episode”

Episode 13: Special Episode

Season 2 Episode 13: Mistakes Are Proof Your Are Trying In this episode, Mistakes Are Proof You Are Trying, Anne and Steve are joined by Andre Isaacs, Associate Professor of Chemistry at College of the Holy Cross, who shares his thoughts about how to build learning communities by meeting students where they are. This episodeContinue reading “Episode 13: Special Episode”