We wrap up 2023 with a thank you to all our guests, supporters, and listeners. And we tease our upcoming limited series. Listen now to find out what’s up next in 2024!
Sam Pazicni shares how his background in music performance and the Science Practices from the Next Generation Science Standards have influenced his approach to creating authentic, equitable assessment.
In this episode, Laura Schmidli speaks with Dr. Janet Batzli about inclusive practices in Biocore, experiential learning, student leadership and mentoring, threshold concepts, and ways of knowing within a discipline.
In this episode, we talk with Cindy I-Fen Cheng, who shares how her teaching practice has evolved to better account for her own well-being and positionality.
We get ready for the first day of Fall semester with three L&S instructors, who share how they prepare for the first class and create an inclusive classroom atmosphere.
Emily Hall and Angela Zito share insights into crafting inclusive writing assignments, fostering belonging through writing, and teaching writing in the age of AI.
In this bonus episode, we reflect on where we’ve been so far, share episode highlights, and preview what’s to come on the L&S Exchange Podcast.
John Zumbrunnen, Professor of Political Science and Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning at UW-Madison, talks about how meaningful learning experiences are grounded in authentic relationships with students. He provides practical guidance about how to balance the constitutional principle of free speech with the goals and priorities of the classroom.
In this episode, Professor Christy Clark-Pujara shares proactive steps that instructors can take to create an inclusive classroom atmosphere, as well as tips for facilitating discussions on challenging topics.
This bonus episode features an extended interview with Dr. Tony Chambers, who shares challenges and opportunities for instructors looking to foster a sense of belonging in their classrooms.
Jonathan Klein, Director of the L&S IDC, sits down with Lori Lopez, Professor of Media and Cultural Studies, to discuss the principles of inclusive pedagogy and personal approaches to teaching.
This bonus episode includes an extended conversation with John D. Dunne, Distinguished Professor of Contemplative Humanities in the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures.