Created with Sketch.
ON Cultivating Student Engagement in Higher Ed
79 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
S2E6: Small Teaching Ideas from Lerner's Research & Teaching Showcase
This very special episode of the podcast was recorded during a session of the Lerner College's Research & Teaching Showcase at the University of Delaware, coordinated by our Deputy Dean Dr. Sheryl Kline. Among other staff and faculty, Drs. Julia Bayuk, Andrea Everard, Ali Poorani, Max Dolinsky, and Amanda Bullough share practices that generate engagement.
34 minutes | Oct 11, 2021
S2E5: Experiential Capstone Courses (Tea for Teaching)
This episode is a rebroadcast of my second interview on one of my favorite podcasts, Tea for Teaching (https://teaforteaching.com/). I highly recommend Tea for Teaching, as I’ve learned so much from both the hosts John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare and their guests and implemented some of the ideas in my own classroom. This episode features our discussion of my experiential learning capstone courses, their design and outcomes.
35 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
S2E4: Blogging as Evidence of Learning (Tea for Teaching)
This episode is a rebroadcast of my interview on one of my favorite podcasts, Tea for Teaching (https://teaforteaching.com/). I highly recommend Tea for Teaching, as I’ve learned so much from both the hosts John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare and their guests and implemented some of the ideas in my own classroom. This episode features our discussion of the use of digital portfolios as a medium for students’ evidence of learning in my classroom.
60 minutes | Sep 27, 2021
S2E3: Motivation from Meaning with Michael Posner
Dr. Michael Posner, Associate Professor of Statistics and Data Science and Founding Director of the Center for Statistics Education in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Villanova University, joins us to discuss motivating students with the meaning behind the material and inviting students into courses that generate fear (like statistics!)
82 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
S2E2: Including Race, Bias, and Inequity in the Business Curriculum with Jennifer Joe & Anu Sivaraman
Dr. Jennifer Joe, Whitney Family Professor of Accounting in the University of Delaware’s Accounting and Management Information Systems department, and Dr. Anu Sivaraman, Assistant Professor of Marketing at the University of Delaware, join us to discuss their new course, Race in Business, why it matters for our students to develop an awareness of bias, and how more faculty might begin to incorporate these critical topics into our courses
51 minutes | Sep 13, 2021
S2E1: Fostering Community in the Classroom with Wendy Smith
Dr. Wendy Smith, Professor of Management in the Lerner College of Business and Economics at the University of Delaware and cofounder and co-director of the Women's Leadership Initiative, joins us to discuss why we should build community in our classrooms and how we can do it most speedily and effectively
1 minutes | Aug 30, 2021
Season 2 Trailer: Season 2 Starts September 13th!
I’m Kathryn Berkow and I’d like to introduce the second season of “ON” a podcast about cultivating student engagement in higher ed. This podcast celebrates that “ON” feeling when students are learning in your classroom and the material is engaging, inclusive, and effective. This season starts on September 13th and includes interviews with some of my role models for course excellence, a live panel event on small teaching practices that can increase engagement, and rebroadcasts of my interviews on one of my favorite higher ed podcasts, Tea for Teaching. I hope you enjoy the variety of discussions, all aimed at engaging our students, including topics like cultivating community, challenging our understanding of the status quo, and focusing on the meaning of our work. If you’re interested in student engagement in higher ed, please subscribe to the podcast to let me know you want to hear more! If there’s interest, I’ll keep developing this platform for sharing engagement ideas from the brilliant faculty members around me. Thanks for listening!
54 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
S1E7: The Students Speak!
A panel of University of Delaware students joins the podcast to discuss what's going well and how we can improve our courses as we move toward another semester of uncertainty and into the future; Shivani, Cara, and Ryan share their dos and don'ts for course design and student engagement as we look forward to 2021
55 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
S1E6: Small Group Sessions with Ellen Monk
Dr. Ellen Monk, Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems at the University of Delaware, joins us to discuss the impact of dividing a large class session into smaller group meetings for asking and answering questions, working on practice exercises, and fostering a stronger sense of community in a virtual setting
21 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
S1E5: Engaging Students' Creativity On-Campus and On-Screen with Laura Gasiorowski
Dr. Laura Gasiorowski, Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Delaware, joins us to discuss the creative exercises she uses to engage her students physically and mentally in on-campus classes and in her virtual classroom as well
39 minutes | Nov 30, 2020
S1E4: Teaching Whole Students with Chanele Moore
Dr. Chanele Moore, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Delaware, joins us to discuss how she's implemented a new time management lesson for her students and how it makes space for our students' (and our own!) whole selves in the classroom
30 minutes | Nov 23, 2020
S1E3: Specifications Grading with Mark Serva
Dr. Mark Serva, Associate Professor of Management Information Systems at the University of Delaware, joins us to discuss Specifications Grading and how it has impacted students' motivation in his classes
27 minutes | Nov 16, 2020
S1E2: Many Voices in the Classroom with Paige Gee
Paige Gee, Instructor of Accounting at the University of Delaware, joins us to discuss her strategies for engaging students during live sessions while remote teaching and the ways remote teaching has changed her plans for classroom engagement going forward
38 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
S1E1: Online Course Design with Erin Sicuranza
Erin Sicuranza, IT Project Leader and Course Designer at the University of Delaware, joins us to discuss high impact practices for online course design and the elements of remote teaching that will impact our teaching in the future
1 minutes | Oct 31, 2020
Introducing: ON Cultivating Student Engagement in Higher Ed
I’m Katy Berkow and this is ON: a podcast about cultivating student engagement in higher ed. Instructors are always striving for those magic moments in the classroom when everything is just “ON”. More than ever, we can benefit from sharing the strategies that reach our students and evaluate learning most inclusively and effectively. This podcast features higher ed faculty and course designers using creative approaches to enhance students’ learning experiences and turn engagement “ON”. With new episodes weekly starting November 9, I hope you'll stay tuned for great ideas from a variety of disciplines!
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2022