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Episode 20 – Teaching First-Year Students

March 19, 2010 — In this episode, we feature a panel discussion with Mark Dalhouse, Faculty Head of East House and Director for the Office of Active Citizenship and Service, Joseph Wehby, Associate Professor of Special Education, and Roark Luskin, Class of 2012. During the discussion, panelists answer two questions: Should Vanderbilt faculty and staff try to engage first-year...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 19 – Teaching Challenging Topics

January 12, 2010 — In this episode, we feature a panel discussion with Melissa Snarr, Assistant Professor of Ethics and Society; Brian Griffith, Assistant Clinical Professor for Human and Organizational Development; Vanessa Beasley, Associate Professor with Communication Studies; and Tiffiny Tung, Assistant Professor in the Anthropology Department. In this discussion, the four talk about strategies they use when covering...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 18 – Dealing with Student Misconceptions

November 3, 2009 — In this episode, we feature a panel discussion with Kathy Friedman, assistant professor in the Biological Sciences Department and Ann Kindfield, senior lecturer in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Peabody College. During this panel discussion, Kathy Friedman talks about student misconceptions she has encountered when teaching biological sciences and what she does to...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 17 – Guil Gualda on Student Projects in Google Earth

May 12, 2009 — In this episode, we feature an interview with Guil Gualda, assistant professor of earth & environmental sciences. In the interview, Guil describes a course on the geology of national parks that he co-taught with his colleague Brendan Bream last fall. The course featured a field trip over fall break to the Grand Canyon, as well...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 16 – Lynn Ramey on Time-Efficient Teaching

April 24, 2009 — This episode continues our podcast series focusing on time-efficient teaching. Faculty at a research university like Vanderbilt must balance a number of competing demands on their time, including teaching, research, and service. For this series, we’re interviewing senior faculty members at Vanderbilt and asking them to share ways they teach effectively while making good use...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 15 – Ellen Fanning on Undergraduate Journal Clubs

April 7, 2009 — In this episode, we feature an interview with Ellen Fanning, professor of biological sciences. In the interview, Ellen describes her methods of helping undergraduate biology students learn to read scientific literature, develop scientific reasoning skills, and gain an interest in science that lasts beyond their coursework. Ellen uses a journal club format that she has...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 14 – Globalizing Your Curriculum

March 26, 2009 — This episode features audio recorded during a February 2009 lunch discussion co-sponsored by the Center for Teaching and the Global Feminisms Collaborative. The discussion was part of the Collaborative’s ongoing brown-bag series. You’ll hear the opening remarks made by the four panelists at that discussion: Tiffany Patterson, Associate Professor of African American and Diaspora Studies...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 13 – Tim McNamara on Time-Efficient Teaching

February 5, 2009 — This episode continues our podcast series focusing on time-efficient teaching. Faculty at a research university like Vanderbilt must balance a number of competing demands on their time, including teaching, research, and service. For this series, we’re interviewing senior faculty members at Vanderbilt and asking them to share ways they teach effectively while making good use...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 12 – Brooke Ackerly on Time-Efficient Teaching

December 14, 2008 — This episode continues our podcast series focusing on time-efficient teaching. Faculty at a research university like Vanderbilt must balance a number of competing demands on their time, including teaching, research, and service. For this series, we’re interviewing senior faculty members at Vanderbilt and asking them to share ways they teach effectively while making good use...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 11 – Todd Giorgio on Time-Efficient Teaching

November 7, 2008 — This episode begins a new series here on the podcast, a series focusing on time-efficient teaching. Faculty at a research university like Vanderbilt must balance a number of competing demands on their time, including teaching, research, and service. For this series, we’re interviewing senior faculty members at Vanderbilt and asking them to share ways they...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 10 – Podcasting 101 (Part 2)

July 17, 2008 — This episode features audio recorded during a March 2008 Center for Teaching workshop titled “Podcasting: What Is It and Why Would You Want To Do It?” We’re splitting this workshop over two podcast episodes. The previous episode featured a discussion of the roles podcasting can play in and out of the classroom in the service...... LISTEN NOW »

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Episode 9 – Podcasting 101 (Part 1)

July 17, 2008 — This episode features audio recorded during a March 2008 Center for Teaching workshop titled “Podcasting: What Is It and Why Would You Want To Do It?” We’re splitting this workshop over two podcast episodes. This first episode features a discussion of the roles podcasting can play in and out of the classroom in the service...... LISTEN NOW »

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