The L&S Exchange Podcast is all about teaching in the UW-Madison College of Letters & Science. Each episode is less than 30 minutes long and features instructors from across L&S as they share stories of success, ongoing challenges, and their perspective on teaching and learning.
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.December 4, 2023
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.October 25, 2023
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.September 28, 2023
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.August 15, 2023
Emily Hall and Angela Zito share insights into crafting inclusive writing assignments, fostering belonging through writing, and teaching writing in the age of AI.July 18, 2023
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.June 29, 2023
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What are listeners saying?
“Lots of practical strategies and teaching tips are found in every episode! Make sure you have a pencil in hand to jot down notes as you listen. The After Show provides additional insights.”
– Barbara Bruno
“Brilliant and well-crafted. What kinds of expectations constitute a hidden curriculum? What struggles are useful for learning, and what aren’t? Worth a listen.”
– Diana Wheeler, commenting on Episode 10