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Episode 007: April Stewart

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April is a teacher at Athens Middle School who teaches courses related to technology and other STEM areas for 7th and 8th grade students in the Athens City Schools. April has recently integrated coding into her curriculum and discusses effective practices in student-centered teaching, particularly in technology-related subjects.

Episode 006: Jennifer Chabot

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Dr. Chabot is a professor of Child and Family Studies in the College of Health Sciences and Professions at Ohio University. Jennifer specializes in issues related to pediatric health care and discusses the changing roles of children as those changes potentially influence how children and young adults experience educational settings.

“Teaching Matters” – A New Podcast Launched by WOUB Public Media

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WOUB Public Media, in cooperation with Dr. Scott Titsworth, Dean of the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, has developed a new podcast, “Teaching Matters.” It is being launched nationally on: iTunes Podcasts, Google Play, and NPR One. The podcast is an “information resource on teaching and learning in an information-rich world,” according to Dr. Titsworth…. Read More

Episode 003: Wendy Reinke and Keith Herman

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Dr. Wendy Reinke and Dr. Keith Herman are Co-Directors of the Missouri Prevention Center, which brings together community members and researchers to help schools and families promote social and academic success. This interview focuses on a recent research article published by Reinke and Herman exploring dynamics of classroom interaction related to problematic behaviors in classroom… Read More

Episode 002: Laura Harrison and Pete Mather

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Laura Harrison and Pete Mather are professors of Higher Education and Student Affairs in the Patton College of Education at Ohio University, and authors of a recently published book titled, “Alternative Solutions to Higher Education’s Challenges: An Appreciative Approach to Reform”. Harrison and Mather discuss their book and its potential implications for using appreciative inquiry… Read More