Pedagogue

Pedagogue

Pedagogue is a podcast about teachers talking writing hosted by Shane Wood. Each episode is a conversation with a teacher (or multiple teachers) about classroom pedagogies and practices. Pedagogue amplifies teacher-scholar perspectives on teaching writing across contexts and positions and celebrates the labor teachers do inside and outside the classroom.

Episodes

June 29, 2022 32 sec
Program Announcement by Pedagogue
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In this episode, Anastatia Curley talks about the first-year writing program at the University of Virginia, curriculum and pedagogical development, mentoring instructors, and teaching a graduate practicum pedagogy course.
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June 10, 2022 19 min
In this episode, Jennifer Whetham talks about the Washington State community and technical college system, advocacy, policy development, community organizing, and antiracism.
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In this episode, Daniel Lawson and Genie Giaimo talk about writing center philosophies, linguistic justice and antiracism, labor and advocacy, challenges and joys of program administration, and burnout and wellness.
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May 25, 2022 28 min
In this episode, Allison Hitt talks about disability studies, universal design for learning, technology, accessibility, multimodality, Rhetorics of Overcoming, and disability justice in first-year writing.
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In this bonus episode, Crystal VanKooten talks about the Journal for Undergraduate Multimedia Projects (JUMP+).
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May 18, 2022 23 min
In this episode, Crystal VanKooten talks about digital media and composing with videos in first-year writing, podcasts and audio production, and digital rhetoric and composition as a methodology.
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May 11, 2022 23 min
In this episode, Ryan P. Shepherd talks about teaching for transfer (TFT), a TFT approach for graduate composition classes, digital literacy and multimodality in first-year writing, and using Reddit in class to teach students about discourse communities.
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In this episode, Bethany Monea, Joselyn Andrade, and Mikaela Pozo talk about reimagining education through arts and activism, addressing linguistic discrimination and valuing linguistic diversity, multimodality, and the LatiNXT GEN project.
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In this episode, Halcyon Lawrence and Liz Hutter talk about inclusive and accessible design, technical communication, usability, and pedagogical literacy frameworks.
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April 20, 2022 25 min
In this episode, Tamika L. Carey talks about cultural rhetorics, African American rhetorics, teaching Black women’s writing at a predominantly White institution (PWI), rhetorical impatience, and rhetorical healing and wellness.
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April 13, 2022 22 min
In this episode, Kaitlin Clinnin talks about gun violence and trauma, emotional labor and writing program administration, crisis management and response, trauma-informed pedagogy, and technology.
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April 6, 2022 25 min
In this episode, Eric Detweiler talks about digital rhetoric and media, teaching video games and podcasting, assessing multimodal assignments, and his forthcoming book titled Responsible Pedagogy.
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In this bonus episode, Charissa Che talks about race, language, and equitable writing placement.
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March 30, 2022 33 min
In this episode, Kathleen Blake Yancey talks about her first experience teaching writing, offers advice for first-time teachers, describes a philosophy of reading and responding to student writing, discusses waves in writing assessment research and theory, and teaching for transfer.
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March 23, 2022 24 min
In this episode, Amy J. Lueck talks about spatial rhetorics, public memory, archival research, dual credit and concurrent enrollment, and erasing borders between high school and higher education.
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March 16, 2022 22 min
In this episode, Morgan Banville talks about technical communication, surveillance, feminist methodologies, terms of service agreements, and scientific writing.
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In this bonus episode, Timothy Oleksiak talks about queer theory and composition.
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March 9, 2022 18 min
In this episode, Laurie Cubbison talks about general education and the purpose of first-year writing, transfer and genre analysis, and national and local challenges to general education curriculum and reform.
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March 2, 2022 18 min
In this episode, Andrew H. Yim talks about writing center pedagogy, the challenges and joys of writing center work, training and developing new tutors, and teaching and tutoring culturally and linguistically diverse students.
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