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School is back in session. Join a rotating collection of some of Australia's finest young footballing hot take artists in Joey Lynch, Nick Stoll, Nick D'Urbano, Josh Parish, Teo Pellizzeri, and Ante Jukic -- as well as some special guests along the way -- for The National Curriculum Every week, the TNC crew will look back at the week that was in Australian football and bring you the best, or at least the loosest, analysis in Australian football. No cow is too sacred, no topic too taboo, or f ...
 
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Curriculum Vitae

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Curriculum Vitae

National Association of Scholars

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Curriculum Vitae will introduce listeners to key people and issues in higher education—as well as some of the important ideas, books, works of art, and intellectual disciplines that higher education today too often ignores. Peter Wood will interview professors, policy experts, artists, writers, and other key figures who seek to rebuild the cultural and intellectual excellence that higher education needs.
 
Beyond Curriculum is a podcast series about something often missing from the homeschool conversation--the perspectives and values that make it possible to cultivate lifelong learners. It’s the homeschool story you rarely hear--the most open and honest account I can make about something that is happening more and more frequently everyday--parents teaching their kids at home.
 
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The Curriculum

Cornerstones Education

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The Curriculum is a podcast that features news, tips and useful information for UK-based primary school leaders and teachers. It comes from the team at Cornerstones Education, whose own creative curriculum is used in more than 2000 UK primary schools. Each episode is super short so that you can just about squeeze it into a quick coffee break or short commute.
 
Curriculum 21 is the outgrowth of the work of a dynamic group of educators worldwide attempting to help colleagues transform curriculum and school designs to match the needs of 21st century learners. The impetus originated from the Curriculum Mapping work developed by Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs. As we examined maps emerging across the United States and overseas it was evident that curriculum and instruction remains dated although both students and teachers recognize the need to become current an ...
 
The Hidden Curriculum is a podcast on all the topics you wanted to learn in (econ) graduate school. There are lots of things about the profession that you only hear if you have a great mentor or during networking opportunities. This podcast aims to help decrease that knowledge gap by bringing that information into your headphones! Artwork by @factorintrinseco. Music by Funk O'Clock by Delicate Beats. Licensed by Premium Beat Email: hiddencurriculumpodcast@gmail.com
 
In this podcast series, LearnZillion co-founder and CEO Eric Westendorf talks to some of the nation’s most thoughtful district instructional leaders about their approaches to curriculum. As the world moves from print to digital, what do they see as promising opportunities for curriculum? What are the bright spots they’re seeing in their district? And what are the challenges we need to address to fully realize the power of curriculum?
 
Jean Piaget has suggested that the principal goal of education should be to create learners who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other in the past have done; but rather people who are creative, inventive, and inquisitive. This the essence of progressive education. Beyond the Curriculum is a podcast dedicated to promoting progressive education. Each episode will feature an educator who will share practical approaches listeners can immediately use in their classrooms. ...
 
Cannabis Curriculum, hosted by the SSDP, is a show that highlights the work students are doing to end the War on Drugs.SSDP mobilizes and empowers students to participate in the political process, pushing for sensible policies while fighting back against a counterproductive Drug War. Uniting college campuses worldwide.Cannabis Curriculum will feature both current SSDP students and alumni who will discuss how they are engaged in drug policy reform on the campus, local, state, federal, and int ...
 
This course addresses curriculum planning and differentiating for instruction. Curriculum planning involves many aspects of teaching: The teacher as mediator, the social dimensions of teaching, teaching students with problems, creative teaching, popular culture of children and youth as relates to curriculum, differentiating of instruction, assessment and frameworks for teaching. Coursework involves extensive reading, analytical student written reflections, on-line discussions and a curriculu ...
 
Do you find yourself being drawn into polarized debates about curriculum reform? Are you frustrated by the "temperature" of these conversations? Might you be longing for a more reasoned, more respectful source insight about changes to curriculum across Canada? And while many individuals and groups are busy advocating for change, David Scott (University of Calgary) from the University of Calgary) and Raphaël Gani (University of Ottawa) are hoping to step back and create some space for a diffe ...
 
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COVID continues to cause chaos, but that's not going to stop Joey Lynch, Josh Parish, Teo Pellizzeri, Nick Stoll, and Nick D'Urbano from returning to discuss another big week in Australian football. This week, the boys look at City doing the same thing, but better; defend the honour of Elvis Kamsoba, explore the Sydney killbots malfunctioning, exam…
 
In this episode we speak with Abbey McClemont about her work with young people who have a diagnosis of ADHD and ASD. We discuss how having a dual diagnosis of ASD and ADHD can increase the likelihood of young people being targets of bullying and why this is. We explore the links between diagnoses, bullying and school refusal and why externalising b…
 
Josh, Teo, Nick, Ante and Joey discuss the six-goal thriller between City and the Wanderers - an A-League game even Ante might be prepared to admit was good fun. Plus: the amazing goals that papered over the cracks for Victory & Adelaide, Josh Cavallo, the Matildas Asian Cup squad, and predictions for next week's matches. VAMOS!…
 
With COVID playing havoc with the A-Leagues seasons, Teo Pellizzeri, Nick D'Urbano, Ante Jukic, Nick Stoll & Joey Lynch return to cast their eyes across the limited football on offer across the past week, as well as anything else that caught their attention. This week, the boys discuss Comrade Halloran defecting to Worst Korea, the Wellington Phoen…
 
In this episode we speak with Jyoti Manuel, founder of Special Yoga, about how we can learn to regulate using our breath and body. We discuss how the regulation of teachers in the classroom is vital to helping the regulation of the children they teach. We also explore how regulation is possible even for the most restless children due to the many di…
 
Here comes the future: technical difficulties, underdone players, and unplayable pitches. The new A-League is beginning to look a whole lot like the old one... Upon the triumphant return of The National Curriculum, podcast stalwarts Joey Lynch, Josh Parish & Ante Jukić are bolstered by new recruits Nick Stoll & Nick D'Urbano to analyse and overreac…
 
In this episode we speak to Dr Nicole Schnackenberg a Child, Community and Educational Psychologist, psychotherapist and trustee of the Body Dysmorphic Disorder Foundation. We discuss what Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) is and the experiences of adolescents suffering from this condition. We explore how BDD is related to relationships, shame and a s…
 
In this episode we speak to Professor Robert J Coplan from Carleton University about the different types of social withdrawal in children and how these can best be supported. We unpick the reasons why children may be socially withdrawn, which go beyond shyness, and how we can help these children to achieve in the school setting which often rewards …
 
In this episode, Caroline meets Martin Yelling, founder of Stormbreak, a children’s mental health charity supported by BBC Children in Need. They discuss how Stormbreak’s innovative, easy to implement, movement-based approach can have a positive impact on children’s anxiety levels and behaviour, particularly in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic an…
 
In this episode we talk with Christine Strong about the graduate student immigrant experience. Christine is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Strome School of Business at Old Dominion University. She holds a PhD from the University of Oklahoma. Her research focuses on macroeconomics, monetary policy, politics of central banking and currenc…
 
In this episode we talk with Donna Ginter on her tips to a successful grant proposal. Donna is the Roy A. Roberts Distinguished Professor of Economics and Director of the Institute for Policy & Social Research at the University of Kansas and a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Her major fields of study are scientific l…
 
In this episode we speak to Dr Jolanta Burke, from the Centre for Positive Psychology and Health at RCSI, Dublin about using positive psychology approaches in schools. We discuss how positive psychology can balance the tendency to focus on weaknesses and what is 'wrong' in our lives by tapping into what is 'right' for us. We explore how this can be…
 
In this episode we talk with Allison Luedtke (LID-kee) about procuring a job at a liberal arts position. Allison is an assistant professor of economics at St. Olaf College. Her research focuses on the macroeconomic effects of networks. She holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Virginia and Bachelor's degree in Math from William and Mary. …
 
Curriculum sequencing is now essential in the current educational climate. So, what is Ofsted looking for, what does sequencing mean in practice, and how do you achieve it at primary school? Caroline is joined by Curriculum Director, Melanie Moore, to take a deep dive into this important topic. A transcript of the conversation is also available. No…
 
In this episode, we talk with Julian Reif about setting up a research project folder for best replications purposes. Julian is an Assistant Professor of Finance and Economics at the Gies College of Business at the University of Illinois. He is also a Senior Scholar at the Institute of Government and Public Affairs and a Faculty Research Fellow at t…
 
Caroline talks to well-known art educator and YouTuber, John Mayson. John shares his advice on how to approach art in primary school, offering fantastic tips for breaking down barriers and how to integrate art into a busy timetable. A must-listen for anyone who wants to reap the benefits of art and creativity flourishing in their school. Notes And …
 
In this episode we talk with Fenaba Addo about on how to talk to the media. Fenaba R. Addo, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Public Policy at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Dr. Addo was the Lorna Jorgensen Wendt Associate Professor of Money, Relationships, and Equality (MORE) in the School of Human Ecology’s Department of Consumer…
 
Caroline talks to the Reception teacher and Deputy Headteacher at an exemplary school in Wigan, who implements the new Cornerstones projects in exciting ways. Mostly focusing on the Early Years provision, which was judged outstanding, they discuss the impact of the curriculum on teachers and children and how they bring it to life in their setting. …
 
In this episode we talk with Jonathan Meer on tips to mentor undergraduate students. Jonathan Meer is a University Professor for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence at A&M. He is also a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research. Jonathan's research focuses on charitable giving and the economics of education. His recent work exami…
 
Service! What is it good for? In this episode we talk with David Slusky about how to manage service as a junior person. David Slusky is an applied microeconomist. His research is on health economics labor economics and public policy. He is the De-Min and Chin-Sha Wu Associate Professor of economics at the University of Kansas, a Research Associate …
 
Caroline speaks to Slava Kremerman, CEO of the fast-growing education recruitment company Zen Educate, who has developed an online platform that streamlines the entire teacher recruitment process, including finding good supply cover. Slava explains how the platform works, how Zen ensure quality and the CPD that they offer for teachers. He and Carol…
 
In the wake of the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer on May 25 of 2020, widespread protests emerged across the US and beyond, including here in Canada. Under the banner of Black Lives Matter, these demonstrations have brought attention to the lack of Black voices, perspectives, and histories in K-12 curricula in Canada. Seeing…
 
In this episode, we talk with Catherine Maclean, a co-editor for the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (JPAM), on how a journal works? What is the hierocracy and process behind the inner workings of an academic journal? Catherine is an Associate Professor of Economics at Temple University. Professor Maclean's research uses health and labor …
 
In this episode we speak with Lisa Stephenson from Leeds Beckett University about Story Makers Company which aims to use stories to promote diversity and wellbeing in young people. We explore how creative spaces have reduced in schools and yet are hugely important for young people to develop a sense of agency and to have a safe space to explore emo…
 
In this episode we talk with Monica Aswani on the story of how she found a dissertation topic. Dr. Monica Aswani is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Services Administration at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Her research focuses on the distributional consequences of health policy related to payment/delivery reform program…
 
This week we talk with Ivan Rudik and a document he has been using in order to respond to referee reports. Ivan is the Ruth and William Morgan Assistant Professor of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University. Ivan is an Environmental Economist with a PhD from University of Arizona who works on climate change and air pollution. We discu…
 
In this episode Dr Kate Rice Warnell explains how the social cognitive skills of those in middle child can contribute to social anxiety. We explore the complicated world of social cognition, theory of mind and mind mindedness and discuss how skills in these areas may contribute to social anxiety in young adolescence. We consider how different skill…
 
As the world of education continues to shift, Caroline talks to Angela Browne, a highly-respected leadership expert, star of BBC2 documentary series, School, and author of Lighting the Way: The case for ethical leadership in schools. They discuss the challenges faced by school leaders now, the importance of a clear vision and values, how to develop…
 
This episode we talk about specification charts with Ariel Ortiz Bobea. These are charts that visually show how the baseline estimate changes across many types of model adjustments. Ariel Ortiz-Bobea. Ariel is an Assistant Professor of Applied Economics and Policy. He is an applied economist with interests in agricultural, resource and development …
 
In this episode Dr Eithne Kennedy discusses her research which focuses on changing the environments in which children learn literacy to engage and motivate them. We discuss how motivation is inextricable from achievement in literacy and how this means that those struggling from an early age fall into a vicious cycle of difficulties. We explore how …
 
In this inaugural episode of the podcast, David Scott (University of Calgary) and Raphaël Gani (University of Ottawa) are joined by Alan Sears (University of New Brunswick) who reminds us that conversations around curriculum reform have always been highly political and emotionally charged. And that is not a bad thing. Yet there is a need for a thir…
 
In this episode Dr Gemma Gough discusses her thesis which explored young carers' own perspectives on the factors which contributed to their positive educational achievement. We consider the terminology and experiences of young carers and how research has historically considered the negative outcomes for this group of young people. We then explore t…
 
With wellbeing high on schools’ agendas, Caroline talks to experienced mindfulness educator, Nadege Robin, about the huge benefits of teaching children mindfulness and how to plan it into daily practice. Nadege explains the science behind the approach and offers her top tips for teaching mindfulness to children in practical ways that even the novic…
 
This week we talk with Dania Francis about the National Economic Association (NEA). Dania is an Assistant Professor of Economics at University of Massachusetts Boston. Her current research involves using experimental and quasi-experimental methods to identify structural causes of racial and socioeconomic academic achievement gaps. She received her …
 
In this episode Dr Janice Phung, from California State University San Marcos, discusses her research which used a martial arts intervention to develop executive functioning in children with autism. We explore what executive functioning is and how it is impacted in people with autism. We discuss how the nature of martial arts lends itself to buildin…
 
In this episode, Caroline talks to Professor Bob Harrison, the well-known and often outspoken EdTech expert and education speaker. Bob shares his thoughts on the handling of the pandemic’s impact on education, centralised control over policy and pedagogy and his vision for more school autonomy moving forward. Bob also describes his take on remote l…
 
In this episode Nora Trompeter, from Macquarie University in Australia, discusses her research which explored the impact of cyber victimisation on young people. We discuss how the impact of cyber victimisation differs from face to face bullying and the prevalence of this. Nora presents her research which suggests that building a young person's copi…
 
In this episode Dr Sarah McGeown from the University of Edinburgh discusses the relationship between emotions and narrative fiction. We discuss the feelings that books can elicit and the principles teachers can put into place in school to encourage children and young people to read for pleasure. She also talks about the research she carries out in …
 
In this episode we talk with Lindsey Bullinger about her experience dealing with raising a child, while having a partner that works a lot!. Lindsey is n Assistant Professor in the School of Public Policy at Georgia Tech. Her research examines how public policies affect children and families’ health and well-being, especially low-income families. Li…
 
"We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color." - Maya Angelou Jan Wilson is a Wellspring Associate Professor of Gender Studies and History at the University of Tulsa. She is the author of the book Becoming Disabled: Forging a Disab…
 
Whether or not you use Cornerstones, this podcast offers a glimpse into the sorts of curriculum issues we advise schools on every day. Caroline is joined by experienced schools’ adviser, Rachael Ashforth, who explains the common issues that primary schools are facing now, and the support available for leaders and teachers so that they are well-prep…
 
“The more you learn, the more you want to learn.”— Lailah Gifty AkitaKristen Uliasz is an Inclusion Specialist at Da Vinci Charter Academy & Emeritus Faculty with PBLWorks.org. Kristen will share her experience with schoolwide PBL that connects schools to the greater community by engaging learners of all abilities.Kristen’s vision of inclusion cent…
 
In this episode we talk with Trevon Logan about his workflow & tips for mentoring. Trevon is the Hazel C. Youngberg Distinguished Professor of Economics and Dean, College of Arts and Sciences at "The" Ohio State University. Trevon holds a BS from University of Wisconsin, and PhD in economics from Berkeley. He is also an NBER fellow and director of …
 
“I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.”— Mark TwainKimberly Eckert is the 2018 Lousiana State Teacher of the Year, 2020 ASCD Emerging Leader, 2020 Global Teacher Prize Finalist, 2019 NEA Social Justice Activist of the Year National Finalist, and a National Center for Learning Disabilities Expert Teacher. Kimberly’s vision of in…
 
In this episode we speak to Dr Anna Cook about how we can support positive experiences of relationships for children on the autistic spectrum. We discuss the difficulties in relationships for children on the autistic spectrum and their desire to build friendships. We explore how perceived acceptance of autism in society can lead to masking and how …
 
This week we talk with Jevay Grooms. Jevay is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Economics at Howard University. She is an applied microeconomist with research areas of interests that lie at the intersection of public economics, health economics, and studies of poverty and inequality. Sebastian Tello-Trillo is an Assistant Professor of P…
 
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