Gettin’ Air
The Open Pedagogy Podcast
Join Terry Greene as he and his guests get some air time to discuss technology-enabled and open learning practices in Post-Secondary Education.

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Gettin’ Air with Hannah McGregor. Host and co-host of numerous podcasts better than Gettin’ Air (Secret Feminist Agenda and Witch Please to name a couple), Hannah joins the show to chat about (and get quizzed on) her brand new book, A Sentimental…

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Gettin’ Air with Ian Linkletter. To kick off Season 6, the notorious Ian Linkletter joins the show to talk about his transition from EdTech to librarianship. Oh, and we also talk about how he is in the middle of fighting a scary, chilling, and…

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Gettin’ Air with Jodie Black. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) comes front and centre as Pedagogical Whisperer Jodie Black joins the show to chat about her upcoming UDL Masterclasses. Who will get the last spot?

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Gettin’ Air with ShapingEDU. Bringing the biggest crowd of guests of all time to the show, the shapingEDU gang of Lisa Koster, Paul Signorelli, Tom Haymes, and Stephanie Pierotti talk about how they are working to help shape the future of learning in…

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Gettin’ Air with sava saheli singh. sava returns to the show to discuss the release of the fourth film in the Screening Surveillance series, #tresdancing. The film “speculates the effects of escalating surveillance and control through educational…

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Gettin’ Air with Zach McDowell. In the 150th Episode of Gettin’ Air (what?!?!), Zach joins the show to chat about how he and his friend Matthew Vetter use Wikipedia to develop Open Educational Resources via Open Educational Practices. They like it so…

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Gettin’ Air with Monique Mayer and Kristine Dreaver-Charles. Monique and Kristine join the show to share how they collaborated with students at the University of Saskatchewan to resurrect a 104 year old German veterinary textbook, “The Lymphatic…

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Gettin’ Air with Dr. Alex Ketchum. We chat about Dr. Ketchum’s upcoming book “Engage in Public Scholarship!: A Guidebook on Feminist and Accessible Communication” and how she is going to use the advice that is IN her book, ON her book. Is this meta…

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Gettin’ Air with Chahira Nouira! Chahira joins the show to chat about using radio for learning purposes, working on international projects, cooking Tunisian food and, of course, being a world class karaOERke aficionado.

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In the final episode of the 5 part Liberated Learner miniseries, Dana Jamaleddine, Sevda Montakhaby, and Joanne Kehoe chat about the inner workings and makings of the collaborator module, which includes topics like allyship, self-advocacy, and…

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Author

Stephen Hurley
Chief Catalyst, voicEd Radio Canada

Stephen Hurley has spent nearly 40 years as an educator. He has experience as a classroom teacher, a curriculum consultant, a teacher educator and a policy observer.

He has a strong relationship with the EdCan Network (formerly the Canadian Education Association), an organization that inspired the launch and evolution of voicEd Radio Canada.

Hurley believes that stronger connections between education research, practice and policy are essential to the type of change that will be necessary in Canada's public education systems moving forward.