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The Cult of Pedagogy Podcast

Jennifer Gonzalez

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The Cult of Pedagogy Podcast

The Cult of Pedagogy Podcast

Jennifer Gonzalez

141
Followers
382
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Teaching strategies, classroom management, education reform, educational technology -- if it has something to do with teaching, we're talking about it. Jennifer Gonzalez interviews educators, students, administrators and parents about the psychological and social dynamics of school, trade secrets, and other juicy things you'll never learn in a textbook. For more fantastic resources for teachers, visit http://www.cultofpedagogy.com.

Latest Episodes

142: Distance Learning: A Collection of Resources for Teachers

A general overview of the nuts and bolts of distance learning, including general tips, advice on tech, and troubleshooting some common problems.

61 MIN3 d ago
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142: Distance Learning: A Collection of Resources for Teachers

141: Getting Rid of "I Don't Know" in Your Classroom

How often do you hear "I don't know" in your classroom? For some students, this phrase becomes a crutch that stops them from learning. In this episode, I talk with author Connie Hamilton about how we can teach students to use more specific phrases that will keep them engaged instead of taking a pass.

26 MIN2 w ago
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141: Getting Rid of "I Don't Know" in Your Classroom

140: Nine Ways to be More Inclusive of Diverse Students

Although well-intended, some of our efforts to include students from diverse backgrounds can make them feel anything but welcome. In this episode, my guest Hedreich Nichols shares nine tips that will help you improve your practice and avoid some of the faux pas that come with teaching students who look, think, or opine differently than you.

63 MINMAR 2
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140: Nine Ways to be More Inclusive of Diverse Students

139: How to Create a Project Based Learning Lesson

If you've been wanting to try Project Based Learning but have been unsure about exactly how to do it, this is the episode for you. PBL expert Jenny Pieratt takes us step-by-step through the planning of an 8-week PBL unit.

46 MINFEB 17
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139: How to Create a Project Based Learning Lesson

138: Making Cooperative Learning Work Better

If cooperative learning hasn't really worked for you in the past, don't lose hope. In this episode we'll explore tons of solutions to four of the most common problems with cooperative learning.

32 MINFEB 4
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138: Making Cooperative Learning Work Better

137: How Afterschool Staff Can Take Your Class to the Next Level

How connected are you to the afterschool staff in your school? If you're like a lot of teachers, it's probably not much. In this episode I talk with educator Eva Jo Meyers about her work in afterschool programs, and she shares seven ways school-day teachers can build more powerful partnerships with afterschool teachers.

25 MINJAN 19
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137: How Afterschool Staff Can Take Your Class to the Next Level

136: Six Ed Tech Tools to Try in 2020

It's a new year and it's a great time to try out a few new tech tools. Here's my annual round-up of apps and sites I think are worth a look, plus two more extra just for the heck of it. The 2020 Teacher's Guide to Tech is now available at https://teachersguidetotech.com/guide/

24 MINJAN 8
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136: Six Ed Tech Tools to Try in 2020

135: The Time I Made a Fart Sound During a Test

Just a little story for you; the title says it all.

17 MIN2019 NOV 24
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135: The Time I Made a Fart Sound During a Test

134: Repairing Harm: A Better Alternative to Punishment

Detentions and suspensions don't really change behavior. What's much more effective is having students work to repair the harm done by their actions. In this episode, I talk with Brad Weinstein and Nathan Maynard, authors of Hacking School Discipline, about this restorative justice practice that is a powerful alternative to traditional punishment.

39 MIN2019 NOV 11
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134: Repairing Harm: A Better Alternative to Punishment

133: How One Makerspace is Meeting Students' Social-Emotional Needs

Our students need more social-emotional support than ever before, and schools are coming up with creative ways to meet that need. In this episode, I interview Dan Ryder, whose high school makerspace serves as a stigma-free space for students to solve problems they have inside or outside the classroom.

55 MIN2019 OCT 28
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133: How One Makerspace is Meeting Students' Social-Emotional Needs

Latest Episodes

142: Distance Learning: A Collection of Resources for Teachers

A general overview of the nuts and bolts of distance learning, including general tips, advice on tech, and troubleshooting some common problems.

61 MIN3 d ago
Comments
142: Distance Learning: A Collection of Resources for Teachers

141: Getting Rid of "I Don't Know" in Your Classroom

How often do you hear "I don't know" in your classroom? For some students, this phrase becomes a crutch that stops them from learning. In this episode, I talk with author Connie Hamilton about how we can teach students to use more specific phrases that will keep them engaged instead of taking a pass.

26 MIN2 w ago
Comments
141: Getting Rid of "I Don't Know" in Your Classroom

140: Nine Ways to be More Inclusive of Diverse Students

Although well-intended, some of our efforts to include students from diverse backgrounds can make them feel anything but welcome. In this episode, my guest Hedreich Nichols shares nine tips that will help you improve your practice and avoid some of the faux pas that come with teaching students who look, think, or opine differently than you.

63 MINMAR 2
Comments
140: Nine Ways to be More Inclusive of Diverse Students

139: How to Create a Project Based Learning Lesson

If you've been wanting to try Project Based Learning but have been unsure about exactly how to do it, this is the episode for you. PBL expert Jenny Pieratt takes us step-by-step through the planning of an 8-week PBL unit.

46 MINFEB 17
Comments
139: How to Create a Project Based Learning Lesson

138: Making Cooperative Learning Work Better

If cooperative learning hasn't really worked for you in the past, don't lose hope. In this episode we'll explore tons of solutions to four of the most common problems with cooperative learning.

32 MINFEB 4
Comments
138: Making Cooperative Learning Work Better

137: How Afterschool Staff Can Take Your Class to the Next Level

How connected are you to the afterschool staff in your school? If you're like a lot of teachers, it's probably not much. In this episode I talk with educator Eva Jo Meyers about her work in afterschool programs, and she shares seven ways school-day teachers can build more powerful partnerships with afterschool teachers.

25 MINJAN 19
Comments
137: How Afterschool Staff Can Take Your Class to the Next Level

136: Six Ed Tech Tools to Try in 2020

It's a new year and it's a great time to try out a few new tech tools. Here's my annual round-up of apps and sites I think are worth a look, plus two more extra just for the heck of it. The 2020 Teacher's Guide to Tech is now available at https://teachersguidetotech.com/guide/

24 MINJAN 8
Comments
136: Six Ed Tech Tools to Try in 2020

135: The Time I Made a Fart Sound During a Test

Just a little story for you; the title says it all.

17 MIN2019 NOV 24
Comments
135: The Time I Made a Fart Sound During a Test

134: Repairing Harm: A Better Alternative to Punishment

Detentions and suspensions don't really change behavior. What's much more effective is having students work to repair the harm done by their actions. In this episode, I talk with Brad Weinstein and Nathan Maynard, authors of Hacking School Discipline, about this restorative justice practice that is a powerful alternative to traditional punishment.

39 MIN2019 NOV 11
Comments
134: Repairing Harm: A Better Alternative to Punishment

133: How One Makerspace is Meeting Students' Social-Emotional Needs

Our students need more social-emotional support than ever before, and schools are coming up with creative ways to meet that need. In this episode, I interview Dan Ryder, whose high school makerspace serves as a stigma-free space for students to solve problems they have inside or outside the classroom.

55 MIN2019 OCT 28
Comments
133: How One Makerspace is Meeting Students' Social-Emotional Needs
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