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Headagogy, with Steve Pearlman

Headagogy, with Steve Pearlman

Hosted by: Steven J. Pearlman, Ph.D., The Critical Thinking Initiative

Brought to you by The Critical Thinking Institute (theCTInstitute.com), Headagogy disrupts the soft-spoken, NPR-mold for education discussion and does justice to the vibrant, challenging, meaningful, frustrating,...

Episodes

Ungrading through Peer Assessment - A Case Study (Part 2)

Season #1

Steve welcomes the University of Wyoming's own TK Stoudt and his students, Amy Bezzant, Maddy Davis, and James Roberts.  Hear about the triumph (and trials!) of peer assessment from an educator who's newer to...
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Ungrading through Peer Assessment - A Case Study (Part 1)

Season #1

Steve welcomes the University of Wyoming's own TK Stoudt and his students, Amy Bezzant, Maddy Davis, and James Roberts.  Hear about the triumph (and trials!) of peer assessment from an educator who's newer to...
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Supercourses, with Ken Bain

Season #1

Ken Bain, author  of  What the Best College Teachers Do and What the Best College Students Do, joins Headagogy to discuss his latest book, Super Courses: The Future of Teaching and Learning.  The discussion with Bain...
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Ungrading through Peer Assessment (Part 3)

Season #1

In this concluding episode on peer assessment, Steve conveys the research on peer assessment, learning outcomes, and soft skills.  There should be no doubts about its value, especially, in the words of Walter Lippman,...
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Ungrading through Peer Assessment (Part 2)

Season #1

Continuing his assessment into peer assessment as an important method of ungrading, Steve not only talks about how he implements it, but several other important issues, such as how peer assessment: De-emphasizes the...
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Ungrading Through Peer Assessment (Part 1)

Season #1

In this first episode of a three part series, Steve delves into the hot topic of "ungrading" with a focus on the particular and unique value that involving students in assessment brings to the greater ungrading...
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The Brain Based Classroom with Kieran O'Mahony (part 2)

Season #1

The continuation of the interview with Kieran O'Mahony.
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The Brain Based Classroom with Kieran O'Mahony (part 1)

Season #1

This interview with Kieran delves into fascinating neuroscience about learning that can help transform what we do in our classrooms through understanding things like the Reticular Activating System, working memory,...
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A Time Machine out of a DeLorean? STEM, Creativity, and Critical Thinking

Season #1

What is the relationship between STEM and creativity?  Or, at least, what's the perceived relationship?  And what happens when we invest millions of dollars and years of effort to improving STEM educational...
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Dr. Cornelius Grove & "A Mirror for Americans"

Season #1

Steve interviews Dr. Cornelius N. Grove about his most recent book, A Mirror for Americans, which delves into the research as to why students in East Asia invariably outperform American students on international...
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Thinking Critically about Critical Race Theory

Season #1

Steve tackles some of the controversy around Critical Race Theory (CRT), in part by examining its lineage back to critical theory and critical pedagogy.  In doing so, he delves into broader question of how power is...
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Relationship Rich Education with Peter Felten and Leo Lambert

Season #1

What's "imposter syndrome" and how does it impact our students' relationship with us?  How does it impact our relationship with students?   Just how critical are our relationships with students with respect to their...
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