Virginia’s Academical Podcast is a regularly occurring talk show which promotes excellence and innovation in teaching at the University of Virginia and beyond. This podcast aims to build a community of educational developers, instructional designers, academic technologists, and educators at any level to discuss creative, innovative, and research-driven approaches, assessments, and technologies related to teaching and learning.
A complete list of every episode is available on the Virginia’s Academical Podcast webpage.
If you would like to be a guest on the podcast, please email email@example.com.
Comments, questions, or suggestions for future topics or guests can be sent to the same address.
Topics of conversation:
- Should we just say no to laptops in the classroom?
- The New York Times finds value in pre-tests.
- How do you tell your students that they are wrong?
- Can a textbook’s author co-teach your class?
- Did Matt really follow Michael Wesch into a men’s room at an anthropology conference?
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