Pedagogue

Pedagogue

A podcast hosted by Shane A. Wood and sustained by the voices of others. Teachers talking writing.

Episodes

July 28, 2021 20 min
In this episode, Nkenna Onwuzuruoha talks about her motivations for pursuing a PhD, teaching at Salt Lake Community College and the University of Utah, her research on San Francisco State University’s student newspaper in the 1960s, and how the academy can support Black teachers, scholars, and students.
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In this episode, Christopher Peace talks about African American religious practices, rhizome theory, Hoodoo identity, The Project on the History of Black Writing, and how the academy can support Black teachers, scholars, and students.
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July 14, 2021 18 min
In this episode, Veronica Joyner talks about being a grad student and mother, Black maternal health, technical writing, teaching at a Historically Black College and University (HBCU), and how the academy can support Black teachers, scholars, and students.
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In this episode, Melanie Davis-Sanchez talks about literacy and culture, Afrofuturism, hip-hop, Blackness, and how the academy can support Black teachers, scholars, and students.
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June 30, 2021 14 min
In this episode, Benesemon Simmons talks about her research on Black women’s experiences in grad classes, assessment biases, organizing and community activist work, and how the academy can support Black teachers, scholars, and students.
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June 23, 2021 24 min
In this episode, Ariana Brazier talks about Black joy, children and play-based learning and literacies, community-based work, and how the academy can support Black teachers, scholars, and students.
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In this episode, Asao B. Inoue reads from his blogpost titled, "What Does a Labor-Based Grading System Afford You as a Student and Learner in a Writing Course? What are Its Benefits?” This is the fifth and final post in a series of five blogposts turned podcast episodes. Each episode is meant to address questions about grading and grading contracts.
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June 16, 2021 17 min
In this episode, James Eubanks talks about the racial, gendered, and geographic realities around being a graduate student in the deep South, writing program administration, misinformation, and how the academy can support Black teachers, scholars, and students.
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In this episode, Asao B. Inoue reads from his blogpost titled, "What is a Labor-Based Grading System, and How Will It Produce a Final Course Grade in a Writing Course?" This is the fourth of a series of five blogposts turned podcast episodes. Each episode is meant to address questions about grading and grading contracts.
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In this episode, Charlesia McKinney talks about Black feminist theories, the politics of pleasure, Black women literacies, fat studies, embodiment, and how the academy can support Black teachers, scholars, and students.
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In this episode, Asao B. Inoue reads from his blogpost titled, "Do Grades Help Students Learn in Classrooms?" This is the third of a series of five blogposts turned podcast episodes. Each episode is meant to address questions about grading and grading contracts.
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In this episode, Asao B. Inoue reads from his blogpost titled, "Why Does Conventional Grading Feel So Unfair?" This is the second of a series of five blogposts turned podcast episodes. Each episode is meant to address questions about grading and grading contracts.
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In this episode, KáLyn Banks Coghill talks about her origin story and teaching practices, being mentored by Black women, Hoodrat Scholarship, digital violence against Black women, and how the academy can support Black teachers, scholars, and students.
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In this episode, Asao B. Inoue reads from his blogpost titled, "Where Does Grading Come From?" This is the first of a series of five blogposts turned podcast episodes. Each episode is meant to address questions about grading and grading contracts.
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In this episode, Genevieve García de Müeller talks about her approach to teaching, how she collaborates with students to build assignment prompts and rubrics, immigration policy and civil rights rhetoric, antiracism, and Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC).
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May 19, 2021 22 min
In this episode, Lori Shorr talks about teaching and research on policy and practice, community-engaged pedagogies, service learning, educational policy, and the gap between K-12 and higher education.
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In this bonus episode, Jesse Stommel talks about critical digital pedagogy.
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May 12, 2021 28 min
In this episode, Jesse Stommel talks about the purpose of first-year writing, ungrading, technologies, fostering collaboration and engagement, and the future of higher education.
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May 5, 2021 22 min
In this episode, Megan McIntyre talks about writing program administration (WPA), antiracist pedagogies and practices, supporting linguistically diverse students, digital rhetorics and activism, and making WPA labor more visible.
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April 28, 2021 16 min
In this episode, Elisabeth Kinsey talks about online pedagogy, increasing student engagement, adult learners, and taking a creative writing approach to teaching composition.
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