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:
- We are already into TAP season!
- Nick Carbone’s “Suggestions for Teaching College Students How to Write a Teaching Evaluation.”
- IDEA Paper #50: Student Ratings of Teaching: A Summary of Research and Literature
- How does value-expectancy theory impact your ability to design academically rigorous courses?
- How often do students lie to get a deadline extension?
- Does this generation of college students cheat more than previous generations?
- How to create assessments that stop student cheating.
- Does integrated course design naturally translate to a learning centered classroom?
- e-Portfolios as authentic assessments of learning.
- José Bowen and the future of higher education.
- What makes the residential learning experience so special?
Theme composed by Brian Randazzo.