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This podcast aims to collect, collate and share reflections and stories on digital education practices to understand what works. In our podcast, we interview colleagues from across the academic disciplines, subjects and services to understand what's worked for them in terms of both blended learning and teaching and moving to online/digital education. The main host is Dustin Hosseini who works at the University of Glasgow, in Glasgow, Scotland.
 
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Have you ever shut someone down immediately for saying something you oppose? Has it ever been someone you may have loved, admired, almost idolized in some cases? This is a quote from an academic I have such admiration for, and yet I found myself doing the same thing, in terms I used to use "non ciphering" Cornel West, who has been a huge influence …
 
Hear live from a former Bureau Chief Assistant Attorney General Marc Minor in both NY and NJ, with a resume to blow your mind, having investigated some of the biggest cases in Financial Fraud history, nationwide lecturer, currently Senior Counsel at Thompson Hine LLP law firm in its Corporate Transactions and Securities practice group, where he adv…
 
Understand why on earth a black man, one who KNOWS his roots and comes from Brooklyn would want to become a police officer? Go on to become an undercover narcotics officer, then work with the counter terrorism unit? If that's not enough, he works for the FBI as part of the FBI/NYPD joint task force, and is currently the head of security for the NY …
 
Although we hear a lot about depression on TV, the radio and internet can you spot it when it's right in front of your face? I didn't. And neither did any of my other family members when it came to Brendon Johnson, while he was in college!!!!! On this episode listen to what depression feels like and the drastic choices which are made so their voice…
 
What does it take for an attorney to handle death penalty cases? What does it MEAN to be a criminal defense attorney in 2021? What should attorneys be making a priority in their practice? This and many more questions answered by the man I dub The Rakim of criminal defense attorneys (I ain't no joke), a heavyweight criminal attorney who has successf…
 
Episode Notes What is social annotation? How is social annotation relevant to educators, students and researchers? In this episode, Jess Wilkinson, a faculty developer at a local college in Ontario, talks about how and why she uses social annotation within her practice as a means of fostering critical engagement, thinking and analysis through criti…
 
Episode Notes Hi everyone, this just a very brief catch up to update you on where I've been. I hope to release a couple if not few more episodes after this one. I'd be keen to hear from yourselves about how and whether you have found this podcast useful. Thank you! Support Digital Education Practices: What works? by donating to their Tip Jar: https…
 
WHY did Dimani change his name, HOW did he inspire the Gilbert Parris podcast, experience the description of how black culture was formed to where it is now. From a media rep to a Court Officer (Sergeant), mentoring Naquan Thomas the star of "The Strength of Naquan Thomas" Damani breaks down the unique African American experience as opposed to disc…
 
Phenomenal educator Michele Brock talks about not only what it's like to be an educator of elementary school children, but has a frank brutally honest discussion about race relations, raising a binary to trans daughter and the hopes for improvement of our educational system!. *Music by Will Comment* *Art by N. Steven Harris* Support the show (https…
 
#MedSchool, #XavierUniversity #RealEstate, #Beating the Odds So you attend Xavier University, a premier HBCU which boasts the highest number of medical school entrants in the country. You attend Howard University School of Medicine and after a second chance they request you find another career somewhere else. Fast forward a few years: Now you're ha…
 
What does it take to be a criminal defense attorney who tries death penalty cases? What is the gravity of being a criminal defense attorney, and what is the attitude you need to approach this field to be successful and operate on an elite level. These questions answered by: Kenneth Montgomery who I dub "The Rakim" of criminal defense attorneys ("I …
 
Naquan Thomas shows the strength and discipline of taking control and transforming his life into a powerhouse of justice in this gripping interview of a former client of mine (full disclosure) recounting his family challenges as a youth, falling into the gang culture of the Bloods, to beating the trap too many. young black men find themselves snare…
 
How many people do you know who have read every single word of our universal health care bill? And in addition to that, enabled national coverage in the dental care field? Meet Mondo Lee, hip hop and music enthusiast, breaking down the employer/employee relationship here in the US, an example of how to maintain motivation and achieve whatever your …
 
The example in the flesh of pursuing your passion to it's ultimate heights, Marc Theobald talks about: How to get started in comedy What it's like to write on the award winning show "The Last OG", as a writer, actor and producer His opinion of Cancel Culture The role of black writers in Hollywood (shouldn't black writers be able to talk about the b…
 
This attorney turned pastor breaks down spirituality, Christianity as compared to other faiths, how to speak to God and so much more.... Elliott Robinson Esq, JD (Juris Doctorate), MDiv (Masters in Divinity) host of the podcast Creative Tension deconstructs myths about Christianity, explains how we can all speak to God, what is present and also nee…
 
Major Michael Mitchell Esquire talks about the practice of law, how he ascended through the ranks in the United States Army, why on earth as a practicing attorney he chose to sign up and proudly participate in his patriotic duty after 9/11 on the front lines, balancing family, the military and a law practice, along with a few jokes. As always the 1…
 
Bobby Simmons, Academic Instructor at Loyola Maramount and Associate Faculty member at Santa Monica college deconstructs the method students should be educated, reviews the topic of environmental discrimination and enlightens us to view each of our cities in a manner we never imagined! A former track athlete recruited by division 2 schools, a forme…
 
Bernard Parris, Temple University Tyler School of the Arts Alumni breaks down why anyone would want to have an art major! How to earn a living once your degree is earned, and why "failure" is a mandatory part of success *Music by Will Comment* Art by N. Steven Harris https://nstevenworks.com/ Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/GilbertPa…
 
Elliott Robinson Esq, JD (Juris Doctorate), MDiv (Masters in Divinity) host of the podcast Creative Tension deconstructs myths about Christianity, explains how we can all speak to God, what is present and also needed in "the church", and what's better than asking a pastor my favorite questions at the end of the podcast? *Music by Will Comment* http…
 
A behind the scenes interview of the 2 creators of the Emmy Nominated Show the DL Chronicles. How they started out, the changing LGBT landscape and how it impacted their creative process. The landscape of African American Music by Will Comment Art by N. Steve Harris https://nstevenworks.com/ Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/GilbertPar…
 
JUST FOR KIDS LAW exists to help children and young people overcome all the difficulties they face, from problems at school and issues with immigration status to trouble with the police. They work with and for young people to ensure their legal rights are respected and promoted, and their voices heard and valued. Last time, … Continue reading Why y…
 
Andrew Smerdon reflects on how he has tweaked the lecture experience for students by making a small yet significant change: Andrew moved from a 'traditional' approach of using pre-written PowerPoint slides in lectures to annotating slides in-the-moment during the lectures. The result is that students are more focused during the lectures as they fol…
 
In this episode, Josh and Sam reflect on how moving digital will better prepare students for life in the workplace which they feel is becoming more digital. The two study economics and mathematics, and economics respectively. We touch upon a few themes in this episode: reflections of learning online during the COVID-19 pandemic; the importance of b…
 
Mark Phillips, acting president of the Historic Black College and Universities Band Directors Consortium, shares thoughts on the importance of a “complete education” including the arts, creating exposure for students to experience full instrumentation in ensemble performance, and pivoting the organization’s conference to online.…
 
In this episode, Colette talks about how she integrated developing students' 5Cs (critical thinking, communication, creativity, collaboration and connectedness) by using problem-based learning and small groups. Colette Mazzola-Randles is Senior Tutor Learning Teaching and Assessment in Computing at Blackpool and The Fylde College. Support Digital E…
 
In this collaborative, reblogged episode, Sean Michael Morris, Sara Camacho Felix, Lee-Ann Sequeira and I further explored the role of critical digital pedagogies in the shift to online learning and assessment to continue the conversation arising from the workshop 'More than a pivot: Thinking critically through our pedagogy' held in early June 2020…
 
JUST FOR KIDS LAW exists to help children and young people overcome all the difficulties they face, from problems at school and issues with immigration status to trouble with the police. They work with and for young people to ensure their legal rights are respected and promoted, and their voices heard and valued. Aika Stephenson and Shauneen … Cont…
 
In this episode, Steven Young and Sandra Nolte from the Department of Accounting & Finance at the Lancaster University Management School talk about the how they considered potential problems that moving dissertation teaching online might pose. The result: they changed teaching sessions for the dissertation to ensure equity and a smooth experience a…
 
In this episode, colleagues Cathy Salzedo and Stacey Noble talk about their reflections on suddenly teaching and supporting students from home and how this shift has changed their teaching and working for the future. Cathy, a Teaching Fellow, and Stacey, a Teaching Fellow, both work in the Department of Accounting & Finance at the Lancaster Univers…
 
In this episode, Bela Chatterjee, Senior Lecturer in Law at the Lancaster University Law School, talks about the pleasures and pains of being an educator as a digital innovator. Bela notes that while innovation has a short half-life, this is what can keep our learning and teaching interesting. Support Digital Education Practices: What works? by don…
 
In this episode, Sally Keith, an ecologist from the Lancaster Environment Centre, talks about how she transformed her delivery of teaching from a traditional, lecture-based approach by flipping her teaching through creating and using digital chalk talks. Sally also talks about the theories that informed her new approach to teaching. The result: mor…
 
In this episode, Alison Stowell from the Department of Organisation, Work and Technology at Lancaster University Management School, talks about her reflections of adapting an experiential learning module at speed as a result of the lockdown caused by Covid19. The experiential learning for this module was initially based upon a field trip. Support D…
 
Corinna Peniston-Bird from the Department of History at Lancaster University reflects upon how she and her colleague Mark Hurst from the History Department rapidly moved a postgraduate taught student conference to be delivered remotely. Corinna's reflections provide some insights into good practices and considerations for running remote conferences…
 
In this episode, Amanda Rasmussen, an assistant professor and plant ecophysiologist in the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Nottingham, talks about how she used hybrid online, in-person teaching strategies to create a more resilient educational experience. Part of this hybrid approach involved students using a modern collaboration system fo…
 
Kiran began her career in inner-city London, as an English teacher in schools serving the most deprived postcodes in the country. After five years on the frontline, Kiran left to work in education policy, searching for solutions to the rising number of vulnerable children who fall through the gaps. Kiran was working at Social Mobility … Continue re…
 
This week, a new presenter to the Pivotal Podcast, Cathy Duncan, spoke to the Scottish former football star, Kris Boyd. After a very successful career, Kris now works to help improve the mental health of those in need. Kris grew up in the South Ayrshire village of Tarbolton and started his senior football career with … Continue reading How Kris Boy…
 
In this episode, Helen Meek, a Senior Teaching Fellow the Department of Marketing at the Lancaster University Management School, reflects on how she integrated in Microsoft Teams in the autumn of 2019 onto a 3rd year marketing consultancy project module. Helen provides some insight into the lessons learned from implementing MS Teams in autumn 2019 …
 
In this episode, a colleague from the US, Tara Chavez, joins us to talk about reflections on the importance of the human connection component of digital learning and why it is important to keep this in mind. Tara also touches upon being aware of compassion fatigue during times of crisis and how this is relevant to all colleagues in the age of a pan…
 
By reflecting upon their past and recent experiences of blended and fully online education within the context of developing an academic program, Lancaster Executive MBA Programme Director and Senior Teaching Fellow Emma Watton and Senior Teaching Fellow Randall Zindler share their thoughts on some of the hopes, fears and opportunities that blended …
 
This week, Lynsie Monro speaks to Harrow International School Hong Kong‘s Deputy Head of Lower School (Pupil Wellbeing), Serena Clark. Serena is an award winning mentor and the recipient of outstanding leadership judgements from Ofsted in 2014 and 2018. With extensive experience of delivering the highest professional standards of educational and pa…
 
Staff might want to provide feedback that goes beyond the written text alone. Sascha Stollhans talks about the reasons he has used audiovisual feedback over the past few years, how students and staff engage with this type of feedback and how he does this. Sascha is a Senior Teaching Associate in German Studies in the Department of Languages and Cul…
 
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