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29 minutes | May 13, 2021
Season 2 Episode 5: Change the Angle
In this episode, Change the Angle, Anne and Steve are joined by Calvin Byer, Assistant Director, Innovation & Change Integration at Fordham University who shares his thoughts about how patience and empathy are key to managing change.
33 minutes | May 3, 2021
Episode 4: More Human
In this episode, More Human, Anne and Steve talk with Carey Kasten, Associate Professor of Spanish at Fordham University who shares her experiences teaching and parenting during the past pandemic year.
40 minutes | Apr 8, 2021
Episode 3: Ungrading
In this episode, Ungrading, Anne and Steve discuss Ungrading: Why Rating Students Undermines Learning (and What to Do Instead) edited by Susan Blum.
37 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
Episode 2: Seven Times Four is Twenty-Eight
In this episode, Seven Times Four Is Twenty-Eight, Anne and Steve are joined by Barbara Mundy, Professor of Art History at Fordham University, who shares her thoughts about the importance of faculty collaboration when developing online courses.
21 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
Episode 1: The Big Bad
In this first episode of season 2, The Big Bad, Anne and Steve discuss what to leave behind and what to bring along as we enter what will soon be a post-covid teaching and learning environment.
43 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
Episode 25 From A Performative To A Collaborative Mode
In this episode, From a Performative to a Collaborative mode, Anne and Steve are joined by Rufus Burnett, Assistant Professor of Theology at Fordham University, who shares his thoughts about theology, teaching and the Blues.
29 minutes | Dec 4, 2020
Episode 24: Working for Change
In this episode, Working for Change Anne and Steve are joined by Diontay Santiago, from Fordham University's class of 2021. He is the current president of the Black Student Alliance, Asili and a Student Fellow in the Office of the Chief Diversity Officer at Fordham University. He shares his thoughts about his commitment to greater diversity, equity and inclusion.
35 minutes | Nov 12, 2020
Episode 23: Cyber Hygiene
In this episode, Cyber Hygiene, Anne and Steve are joined by Jason Benedict, Associate Vice President for IT and Chief Information Security Officer at Fordham University who shares his thoughts about data securing yourself and your data while teaching and learning online.
33 minutes | Nov 2, 2020
Episode 22: Diversity, Equity And Inclusion
In this episode, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Anne and Steve are joined by Kendra Dunbar, Assistant Director for Equity and Inclusion at Fordham University who shares her thoughts about trauma and being supportive and engaged members of our University and classroom communities.
27 minutes | Oct 23, 2020
Episode 21: Community Engagement
In this episode, Community Engagement, Anne and Steve are joined by Julie Gafney, Director of Administration and Academic Development at the Center for Community Engaged Learning at Fordham University, who shares her thoughts about the importance of mindfulness, deliberation and collaboration when engaging with the community.
23 minutes | Oct 1, 2020
Episode 20: Oral History
In this episode, Oral History, Anne and Steve are joined by Marl Naison, Professor of African American Studies and History at Fordham University, who shares his thoughts about the importance of personal narratives, the rich and vibrant culture of The Bronx and the importance of connecting with students.
31 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
Episode 19: The Physical Plant and the People Who Maintain It
In this episode, The Physical Plant and the People Who Maintain It, Anne and Steve are joined by Marco Valera, Vice President at Fordham University, who shares his experiences about readying the campuses for Fall 2020.
29 minutes | Jun 16, 2020
Episode 18: Questions are Opportunities
In this episode, Questions Are Opportunities, Anne and Steve are joined by Paul Levinson, author, musician and Professor of Communication and Media Studies at Fordham University who shares both his experiences as an early pioneer of online education and his thoughts about how we are all content creators now.
26 minutes | Jun 11, 2020
Episode 17: Speaking for the Trees
In this episode, Speaking for the Trees, Anne and Steve are joined by Steven Stoll, Professor of History at Fordham University and the author of Ramp Hollow: The Ordeal of Appalachia who shares his thoughts about the environment and teaching authentically online.
29 minutes | Jun 5, 2020
Episode 16: What We Talk About When We Talk About Asynchronous Instruction
In this episode, What We Talk About When We Talk About Asynchronous Instruction, Anne and Steve present an excerpt from a live Zoom session which was part of a four day workshop Preparing to Teach in a Flexible Hybrid Model.
25 minutes | Jun 2, 2020
Episode 15: Leveling the Playing Field
In this episode, Leveling the Playing Field, Anne and Steve are joined by Renaldo Alba, Associate Director of the STEP and CSTEP Programs at Fordham University, who shares his thoughts about the importance of community in creating and sustaining more just, equitable and representative educational environments.
35 minutes | May 30, 2020
Episode 14: Swimming in a Jar of Mayonnaise
In this episode, Swimming in a Jar of Mayonnaise, we are joined by Clint Ramos Assistant Professor of Design/ Head of Design and Production at Fordham University and the Recipient of the 2020 USA Fellowship for Theatre who shares his thoughts about how thinking creatively can help us reconceptualize teaching and learning at a distance.
30 minutes | May 19, 2020
Episode 13: Sometimes Even Though It's Difficult, It's Good to Know
In this episode, Sometimes, Even Though It’s Difficult, It’s Good to Know, Anne and Steve are joined by Justin Pool, Lecturer in Biological Sciences and the Online Course Development Coordinator in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Fordham University, who shares his thoughts about teaching at a distance and how science can help offer a greater understanding of the science behind our current crisis.
24 minutes | May 12, 2020
Episode 12: Protect Your Energy
In this episode, Protect Your Energy, Anne and Steve are joined by Christiana Zenner, Associate Professor of Theology, Science and Ethics in the Department of Theology and affiliated faculty in Environmental Studies at Fordham University. Since January, she has been Associate Chair for Undergraduate education in Theology at Fordham College Lincoln Center. Christiana shares her thoughts about the importance of rituals, the disparate impacts of the current crisis and the ways communication technologies can be leveraged to pursue social and environmental justice.
30 minutes | May 6, 2020
Episode 11: When the World Stops, Learning Continues
In this episode, When the World Stops, Learning Continues, Anne and Steve are joined by Matt Butler Director of Military and Veterans' Services, who shares his thoughts about supporting student veterans, strategies for adapting to our new reality and the importance of staying connected in a seemingly disconnected world.
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