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Tuesday Apr 02, 2024

The Pedagogy Podcast Show Notes
Episode 10 – Bex Ewart in conversation with Dr Susan Outlaw
 
In this episode Bex explores pedagogy with Dr Susan Outlaw, Executive Director at Metro Deaf School in Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA. Metro Deaf School serves over 140 Deaf, DeafBlind, and hard of hearing students in the Minneapolis and Saint Paul Metro area. The school is an ASL/English bilingual setting serving infants to young adults 21 years old. Dr Susan Outlaw works with amazing children, staff, and families. Dr Susan Outlaw participates in research, leads workshops, and provides national and international presentations on the topics of child-centred education, the importance of play in education, language and literacy development, and ASL/English bilingualism.
Episode links:
 
The Pedagogy Podcast Spotify Playlist:
https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3OlQjzxsYdhXkYg8W7F7d1?si=dc4fd84d97d649e4
 
The Pedagogy Podcast – Core Pedagogical Considerations Graphic:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1SY5Z4lXiluxNXhNkgk0UCukrKXNzw3iX?usp=sharing
 
‘We Want Play Too’ – Dr Susan Outlaw’s presentation to The Lego Foundation’s Playful Schools Conference 2023 https://youtu.be/WqBgnMz9osA?si=lPBL6-y11mNO-xeQ
 

Wednesday Mar 20, 2024

In this episode of The Learning Conversations, Gillian Hamilton speaks with guests Angela MacDonald and Dr Kaitlyn Regehr to explore how social media scrolling is impacting pupil behaviour, with a particular focus on online misogyny.
 
You can also find out more about the latest Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) resource here, which offers a safe space to discuss gender-related pressures among young people: New Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) resource tackles online misogyny | News | Education Scotland
 

Podcast - Work-based learning

Thursday Mar 14, 2024

Thursday Mar 14, 2024

As part of our work on DYW and Curriculum Innovation we have become increasingly aware that well developed and implemented Career Pathway and Work-based learning offers such as Foundation Apprenticeships can deliver against a number of key priorities in education such as attainment, the systematic progression of skills and positive stained destination.
This Podcast explores the importance of the topic both nationally as well as globally and its impact on learners more widely.   
Join me, Klaus Mayer (ES Curriculum Innovation & DYW), Andrew Ritchie, Lead Officer for DYW at Aberdeenshire Council, Graeme Hendry, Head of Government, Parliamentary and Stakeholder Engagement at Skills Development Scotland, and my colleague, Andrew Creamer, Head of Learning, Teaching and Assessment at Education Scotland to consider some of the strategies and practicalities around the implementation of the work-based learning in secondary education.

Wednesday Mar 13, 2024

Through exploring the National Model we are seeking to build a shared understanding around professional learning and to demystify and exemplify aspects of the model by showing them in practise, in different settings and at different stages of a learning journey. At the centre of all these stories we will highlight the direct link between the learning that we undertake as educators and the impact of that learning on those we support, be that children, young people or adult learners
 
In this podcast resource we hear from Tania Czajka from City of Edinburgh Council and Lynne Jones and Karen Faulds from Scotland's National Centre for Languages discussing their journey from enquiry to a national community of practice centred around a play based approach to learning languages in early years.

Thursday Mar 07, 2024

The Pedagogy Podcast Show Notes
Episode 9 – Bex Ewart in conversation with Andreas Shleicher
 
In this episode Bex explores pedagogy through international perspectives with Andreas Schleicher, OECD Director for the Directorate of Education and Skills and Special Advisor on Education Policy to the Secretary-General at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
 
Episode links:
 
The Pedagogy Podcast Spotify Playlist:
https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3OlQjzxsYdhXkYg8W7F7d1?si=dc4fd84d97d649e4
 
The Pedagogy Podcast – Core Pedagogical Considerations Graphic:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1SY5Z4lXiluxNXhNkgk0UCukrKXNzw3iX?usp=sharing
 
Scotland’s Curriculum for Excellence into the future OECD report https://www.oecd.org/education/scotland-s-curriculum-for-excellence-bf624417-en.htm

Friday Feb 23, 2024

In this episode of The Learning Conversations, Gillian Hamilton speaks with guests Steven Graham and Charlotte MacLeod from e-Sgoil.
 
Find out about the e-Sgoil journey from how it started and how it has grown to become what it is today, including a reflection on how it has developed as a national platform for support in collaboration with Education Scotland.
https://e-sgoil.com/
 

Tuesday Feb 13, 2024

The Pedagogy Podcast Show Notes
Episode 8 – Bex Ewart in conversation with Professor Dr Ger Graus
 
In this episode Bex discusses pedagogy with pioneer and visionary Professor Dr Ger Graus OBE, an internationally renowned expert in the field of education. Professor Dr Graus was the first Global Director of Education at KidZania, and, prior to that, the founding CEO of the Children’s University. He was made an Honorary Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 2014 for his services to children.
 
“The aspirations of our youngsters are held down not by them – but by those around them.
We need to think differently, we need to plan around the child. We are there to build different scaffolding around each child so that they can climb as high as they want to climb.
Children can only aspire to be what they know exists”.
Professor Dr Ger Graus – The Pedagogy Podcast 2024
 
 
Episode links:
 
The Pedagogy Podcast Spotify Playlist:
https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3OlQjzxsYdhXkYg8W7F7d1?si=dc4fd84d97d649e4
 
The Pedagogy Podcast – Core Pedagogical Considerations Graphic:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1SY5Z4lXiluxNXhNkgk0UCukrKXNzw3iX?usp=sharing
 
Website - https://www.gergraus.com

Thursday Jan 25, 2024

Join Gillian Hamilton, Interim Chief Executive of Education Scotland in a new series of podcasts in which she hopes to open up conversations about education. Whether you are a parent, pupil or education practitioner – she will explore a range of different topics over the series which she hopes you will enjoy hearing about.

Friday Jan 19, 2024

The Pedagogy Podcast Show Notes
Episode 7 – Bex Ewart in conversation with Professor Carl Gombrich
 
In this episode Bex chats to Carl Gombrich is a former professional opera singer, an English interdisciplinary educator and co-founder of the London Interdisciplinary School. Professor Gombrich is an academic who writes about interdisciplinary learning, philosophies of education and music.
 
Episode links:
 
The Pedagogy Podcast Spotify Playlist:
https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3OlQjzxsYdhXkYg8W7F7d1?si=dc4fd84d97d649e4
 
The Pedagogy Podcast – Core Pedagogical Considerations Graphic:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1SY5Z4lXiluxNXhNkgk0UCukrKXNzw3iX?usp=sharing
 
The London Interdisciplinary School https://www.lis.ac.uk/

Friday Jan 12, 2024

The Pedagogy Podcast Show Notes
Episode 6 – Bex Ewart in conversation with Blair Minchin
 
In this episode Bex chats to Blair Minchin, a primary teacher in Edinburgh about his journey from law to teaching, trusting the children, play pedagogy beyond early years and the main influences on his child-centred pedagogical approach.
 
Blair can be found on social media via the handle @Mr_Minchin
 
Episode links:
 
The Pedagogy Podcast Spotify Playlist:
https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3OlQjzxsYdhXkYg8W7F7d1?si=dc4fd84d97d649e4
 
The Pedagogy Podcast – Core Pedagogical Considerations Graphic:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1SY5Z4lXiluxNXhNkgk0UCukrKXNzw3iX?usp=sharing

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