Podagogies
A Teaching and Learning Podcast
Podagogies is a learning and teaching podcast that explores the pedagogy of post-secondary educators who bring scholarship to students in compelling, innovative, and surprising new ways. Produced by the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at Toronto Metropolitan University, visit us at torontomu.ca/teachingcentre

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Imagining Climate Futures Across Disciplines: Dr. Christine Bolus-Reichert and Dr. Matthew Hoffmann

The climate crisis affects students and educators alike, and requires complex solutions that draw upon expertise that transcends disciplinary boundaries. In this episode, Dr. Matthew Hoffmann and Dr. Christine Bolus-Reichert discuss a course they…

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Embracing Dissonance in Learning and Teaching with Dr. Maureen Connolly

In this episode, we speak with Dr. Maureen Connolly about the value of dissonance in post-secondary learning and teaching. A 3M National Teaching Fellow, Dr. Connolly discusses how her pedagogy focuses on cycles of change: changing knowledge, changing…

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Navigating Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom

Ready or not, Artificial Intelligence is part of our classrooms, and we can only begin to predict its impact on learning and teaching in higher education. In this episode, we chat pedagogy, academic integrity, and AI anxiety with Dr. Lai-Tze Fan, Dr….

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Open Pedagogy with Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani

In this episode, Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani discusses the role of Open Pedagogy in digital justice and digital education futures. From creating and assessing Open Educational Resources to navigating digital redlining, we critically cover a range of…

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Teaching Climate Change w/ Dr. Katrina Moser, Dr. Beth Hundey, Sara Mai Chitty and Serena Mendizabal

In this episode, we speak to a teaching team behind “Connecting for Climate Change Action,” a course that blends science with storytelling and student reflection to help students take action. Dr. Katrina Moser, Dr. Beth Hundey, Sara Mai Chitty and…

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Failure, Creativity, and Well Being in the Classroom with Dr. Krystal Nunes and Dr. Dave Colangelo

In recognition of Wellbeing Week at TMU, two professors discuss their research on how educators can be purposeful about fostering student wellbeing in the classroom. Dr. Krystal Nunes is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry and…

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Heart-centred Pedagogy with Dr. Robyn Bourgeois

In this episode, Brock University Acting Vice-Provost of Indigenous Engagement Dr. Robin Bourgeois explains what it means to bring “heart-centered” pedagogy to the classroom and beyond. From the position of a classroom “auntie” who invites students to…

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Imagining Better Learning Spaces with Dr. Terri Peters

Dr. Terri Peters is an Assistant Professor of Architectural Science at X University. Her research focuses on building design, sustainability, health and wellbeing. In this episode, we imagine the future of classroom learning spaces, the benefits of…

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Unpacking Academic Misconduct with Dr. Eric Da Silva

Dr. Eric Da Silva is an Assistant Professor of Physics and Chair of the Designated Decision Maker Council at Ryerson University (renaming in process), a group of faculty members who are trained to adjudicate suspicions of academic misconduct. In this…

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Solution-Focused Graduate Supervision with Dr. Yukari Seko and Asmaa Malik

In this episode, we speak with Dr. Yukari Seko and Asmaa Malik about what they call a “solution-focused” approach to graduate supervision. Together with seven other graduate supervisors they have been exploring new supervisory strategies that meet the…

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Host

Chelsea Jones

Chelsea Jones is an award-winning lecturer and associate professor in the department of Child and Youth Studies at Brock University.  She was honoured with the Early Career Distinguished Researcher of the Year Award in 2021 for her work around accessible pedagogy, including "relaxed" pedagogy (or RelaxPed). Her writing about teaching at the intersection of critical disability studies and critical digital pedagogy is published in Research in Arts & EducationInternational Journal of Qualitative Education and Journal of Praxis in Higher Education.

Curtis Maloley

Curtis Maloley is the Director, Teaching Development and Digital Learning in the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at Toronto Metropolitan University. He has also been a lecturer in sociology and media studies at TMU since 2011. He is the recipient of a President's Blue and Gold Award of Excellence, an Alan Shepard Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Award, and A Dean's Teaching Award.