Episode 3

Episode 3: Your Ability Not Your Circumstances

In this episode, Anne and Steve are joined by Rafael Zapata, Chief Diversity Officer, Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs at Fordham University. Rafael shares his thoughts about how to care for our students, our colleagues and ourselves and how it is important to be curious.

A captioned version of this episode is available on YouTube.

Show Notes

Kevin Gannon, Radical Hope @TheTattooedProf

Sara Goldrick-Rab, The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice @saragoldrickrab

Alfred Lubrano, Limbo @AlfredLubrano

Anthony Jack, The Privileged Poor

Episode 2

Episode 2: How Do You Read the Zoom Room?

We discuss the limits of live sessions, teaching asynchronously and those practices from the classroom that might be implemented online.

A captioned version of this episode is available on YouTube.

Show Notes

Two collaborative teaching strategies are mentioned in this episode, these are Jigsaw and Fishbowl.

Cathy Davidson’s concept of “exit tickets” is also discussed.

Episode 1

Episode 1 : It’s Okay to Look Like a Potato on Zoom

In this, the inaugural episode, Anne and I discuss our strange, new reality. We talk about teaching online from home, serving our students the best we can and how to stay connected to our love of teaching as we struggle to redefine our classes and rethink our practices.

A captioned version of this episode is available on YouTube.