A Higher Education Podcast for Everyone in Academia
Tune in for new episodes of the pedagogy podcast to gain practical tools, resources, and strategies for success in higher education.
[ped·a·go·gy] | pe-da-gō-jē
noun, plural ped·go·gies
: the method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept
The word “Pedagogo” comes from the Latin and means “educator.” To us, it’s also a place for educators and administrators to go for information and resources. Our Pedagogo podcast is designed help faculty and administrators keep up with what’s trending in higher education in a way that’s practical, applicable, and timely.
In short, Pedagogo is the go-to podcast for anyone and everyone in higher ed. It’s your resource for exploring approaches to education processes. You’ll find ideas for enhancing in-class and remote assessments and learn the impact all of it can make on teaching methods and student learning.
Join professionals in the education field who will keep you current with the trends in higher ed in a way that’s easy, practical, and relevant to you. We’ll bring you the information you want to know with expert opinions and explanations of core concepts that you can implement in all your programs and courses. Everything covered in these education-related podcasts comes from subject matter experts, leaders in their field, or literature and evidence-based research.
Tune in for all-new episodes as we share insights into a wide range of topics, all revolving around our theme of equity and enablement, including cultural attunement in the classroom and how to create a robust virtual classroom experience.
Allison Case is combing the literature, attending the education conferences, and bringing you insights from the front lines. Her experience includes time as a faculty member and Director of Curriculum and Assessment in the bioengineering department at the University of Texas at Dallas. She received her B.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and her Ph.D. in biomedical engineering from UT Southwestern Medical School.
While it’s clear no one was a fan of the rapid transition to online learning in Spring 2020, do you know what distinguishes sustainable, enjoyable remote learning from Spring’s emergency remote teaching? Join Dr. Allison Case, along with her guests Lauren Wright, Director of Program Development at Wiley Education Services, and Jimmy Arvan, a senior at Boston University, as they explore the hallmarks of sustainable online learning, and how to create intentional, meaningful online environments where students thrive and faculty presence is felt throughout.
Catch up on our first season to hear administrators and educators discuss effects of the pandemic in the world of higher education. Episode topics include efficiently transitioning to a virtual classroom, innovations in education technology, guidance for choosing the best tools and resources, improving security for remote assessments, and more.Listen to Season 1