Season 2 Episode 16

Episode 16: Compassion Is Never Inappropriate 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 InsideContinue reading “Season 2 Episode 16”

Special Episode

Season 2 Episode 15: Inviting Students In 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 captionedContinue reading “Special Episode”

Season 2 Episode 9

Episode 9: Ideologies of Teaching In this episode, Ideologies of Teaching, Anne and Steve are joined by John Craven, Associate Professor of Science Education at Fordham University, who shares his thoughts about what we mean when we talk about teaching and how that meaning affects our instructional choices. Access a captioned version Rethinking Science FairsContinue reading “Season 2 Episode 9”