May 17, 2022

Wrapping Up Season Six

In this episode, Dan and Lauren discuss critical takeaways from teaching in higher education guests this season. Both share their experiences teaching during the Spring 2022 semester, where they fell short with this season, and a big project on the horizon. This is the last episode of the teaching in higher education season.

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In this mini-episode, Lauren shares three ways she integrates new learning into her teaching practice. She outlines the benefits of discussing ideas with fellow educators and what her CliftonStrengths talent themes taught her about brainstorming.

In this episode, Dan and Lauren invite Dr. Kathleen Gabriel to share her work, helping others understand and develop high school and college students. During the discussion, Gabriel offers ideas for leadership educators seeking to connect and engage with students in the classroom. In addition, she explains the ideas and strategies she applied in teaching high school and college students.  Check out her books here!

In this episode, Dr. Dee Fink shares insight and strategies from his work creating significant learning experiences in higher education. Dan and Lauren share elements of his work that have helped them teach leadership education courses. Dr. Fink makes recommendations for building trust in classrooms and learning the situational factors that his students brought to the classroom.

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In Part Two of a Two, Jessica Chung and Christie Navarro join Dan and Lauren for insight into leadership education during a complex time. Jessica and Christie discuss co-editing the special issue of New Directions for Student Leadership #172 using the Co-Inquiry process and their approaches to teaching and programming during multiple pandemics. 

In Part One of Two, Dr. Darren Pierre and John Weng join Dan and Lauren to explore the use of the co-Inquiry process in editing the Winter 2021 Issue #172 of New Directions for Student Leadership, "Leadership Education through Complex Transitions". Weng and Pierre highlight the personal and professional benefits of engaging in this process during a turbulent period in higher education.

In this episode, Dr. Richard Boyatzis, award-winning professor, researcher, and author shares his background in leadership education. He explains how his scientific background and love of music show up in his approach to teaching and learning and his research and teaching on social and emotional intelligence.

In this episode, author, teacher, and consultant, Dr. Stephen Brookfield, provides his perspective on teaching and learning in higher education. He shares his most recent work, Becoming a White Antiracist, and his love for playing in a pop-punk rock-and-roll band.  Some resources mentioned in this episode include:

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In this episode, Dan and Lauren exchange strategies and stories for turning your lecture into an engaging educational session with Dr. Barbi Honeycutt, faculty developer, facilitator, and host of The Lecture Breakers Podcast. Barbi relays strategies from past podcast guests and other teaching ideas from her practice as an educator. Dan and Lauren offer classroom activities from teaching undergraduate and graduate courses on group dynamics and leadership education.

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In this episode, Dr. Bonni Stachowiak, host of the popular Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast, highlights innovative strategies and resources to improve learning in curricular and co-curricular programs. Dan shares the connection to his teaching and research in leadership education, while Lauren details her experience applying some of Bonni's strategies to her leadership courses.

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