Sociology Education 공개
[search 0]

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Kink In Mind is a bi-weekly educational discussion podcast creating and encouraging open research and dialogue on topics surrounding BDSM and ethical non-monogamy, particularly with focuses on mental health and social/societal constructs. There are multiple types of formats offered for episodes, with episodes released bi-weekly, with rotating formats. This is done so you, the listener, will be able to cherry pick the format(s) you like most or are in the mood for!
 
Considered to mark the emergence of a new literary form, the unvarnished autobiography, Confessions by Jean-Jacques Rousseau was first published in 1782, four years after his death. The philosopher and educationist whose political philosophy is credited with having inspired the French Revolution, Rousseau was a man of immense wit, talent and depth of thinking. His skill in art, music, literature and cooking along with his magnificent body of work in philosophy, politics, education and sociol ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Navigating educational equal opportunity is hard. Christopher Jencks's five principles for equal education opportunity make navigating equal education a little bit easier - once we understand the principles, of course. In this episode, Avra Reddy interviews Jaime Ahlberg (University of Florida) about how we can use moral principles to understand th…
 
How and why should we punish schoolchildren--if at all? That's the guiding question of the Pedagogies of Punishment project. This episode features the project's PIs, John Tillson (Liverpool Hope University) and Winston C. Thompson (The Ohio State University). Pedagogies of Punishment: https://www.pedagogiesofpunishment.com/ This project was a grant…
 
What can we learn from conversation that we can't learn on our own? Agnes Callard (Philosophy, University of Chicago) talks about the paradox of learning through conversation, the secret to asking a good question, chatting with the ghost of Aristotle, and that time her lecture notes were stolen and it ended up being a good thing for her teaching. M…
 
Welcome to a new season of the Ethics & Education podcast! Here are some snippets of episodes we'll share this fall, featuring the voices of Agnes Callard, Lindsey Schwartz, Winston Thompson, John Tillson, Jaime Ahlberg, and Quentin Wheeler-Bell. Stay tuned for more episodes starting in September. In the meantime, we’ll keep making study guides for…
 
At CEE, we think a lot about good teaching. This is the fourth episode in our 2021 Teaching Series. And it's the last episode of our first season! Jen Kling is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy and the director of the Center for Legal Studies at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. She's also the Executive Director of Concerned Philosoph…
 
At CEE, we think a lot about good teaching. This is the third episode in our 2021 Teaching Series. Bailey Szustak is a PhD student at the University of Illinois at Chicago. In this episode, Bailey talks about teaching new philosophy students in a way that helps them feel at ease with and compelled by philosophy. After all, that's what the word 'phi…
 
At CEE, we think a lot about philosophical skills and good teaching. This is the first episode in our 2021 Teaching Series. W. John Koolage is a philosophy professor and the Director of General Education at Eastern Michigan University. John is a philosopher of education who thinks a lot about teaching and learning. In this piece, he talks about how…
 
At CEE, we think a lot about good teaching. This is the second episode in our 2021 Teaching Series. Susan Kennedy is a postdoctoral fellow in philosophy at Harvard University, where she works with the Embedded EthiCS team to integrate ethical reasoning into the computer science curriculum. In this episode, Susan talks about teaching non-canonical t…
 
In this episode we have two different segments for you! #You'reDoingItWrong - O and their partner Thaelab act out and break down a creepy FetLife DM where someone decided to send a very concerning personal written erotica; GET READY FOR THE CRINGE! Dear O - O breaks down and answers an anonymous user's question concerning play partners getting emot…
 
Who do you trust? Are universities trustworthy? Professors? What about students? Philosopher Tony Laden (UIC Chicago) is writing a book about democracy. He sees higher ed as a way to think about trust networks and broader questions about how we talk to each other. Episode transcript Citations (and further reading!): Binder, Amy J., and Kate Wood. B…
 
Today we will be discussing guilt and shame related to BDSM and ethically non-monogamous lifestyles. For this particular topic, we have invited 'The Kinky Counselor' herself, Sarah V. Revels, LCMHC! She is joining this episode to discuss what causes it, self acceptance, dealing with reactions from loved ones, and much more. Find Sarah on: FetLife -…
 
Principles are your pal. They offer both theory and a diagnosis to help you figure out what the problem is. But on their own, they're not enough. Where do they fit in decision-making? Plus a burning question about relativism. At the NAAPE Conference in 2019, Grace Gecewicz (UW Madison Philosophy undergrad, '20) and Abby Beneke (UW Madison Education…
 
Today we will be discussing guilt and shame related to BDSM and ethically non-monogamous lifestyles. For this particular topic, we have invited 'The Kinky Counselor' herself, Sarah V. Revels, LCMHC! She is joining this episode to discuss what causes it, self acceptance, dealing with reactions from loved ones, and much more. Find Sarah on: FetLife -…
 
This piece features two voices: sociologist Dr. Laura T. Hamilton (UC Merced) and philosopher Dr. Kathryn Joyce (Princeton University). Educational Policy Studies PhD student Abby Beneke (UW-Madison) interviewed Laura when she came to UW in 2019 to give a talk on her book project, Broke: The Racial Consequences of Underfunding Universities, which s…
 
"Education doesn't always need to start with an answer. It starts, sometimes, with a question." Professor Quentin Wheeler-Bell (Indiana University) discusses one of the driving questions of his work: what is liberatory education? Transcript Produced and edited by Kellen Sharp. Recorded at the NAAPE Conference, October 2019. --- Send in a voice mess…
 
It’s late January, which means snowstorms (here in Wisconsin, anyway), the start of the spring semester, and grad school application deadlines. Universities will be making admission decisions over the next few months, and then applicants will decide where to go. But who really knows what they're getting into when they apply to grad school?? This is…
 
Grace Gecewicz and Madeline Brighouse Glueck interview Jennifer S. Hirsch (Public Health, Columbia University) and Shamus Khan (Sociology, Princeton University) about their book, Sexual Citizens: A Landmark Study of Sex, Power, and Assault on Campus. This conversation offers a hopeful vision for the future of sex education, preventing sexual assaul…
 
What are the ethical questions behind opting out of state testing? Professor Terri Wilson (University of Colorado Boulder) discusses a case study she co-wrote on opting out of state standardized testing. Study Guide: Opting Out of State Assessments - with a Structured Academic Controversy activity Audio Transcript Recorded at the American Philosoph…
 
What is a charter school? Philosophy professor (and director of the Center for Ethics and Education) and UW-Madison student (and undergraduate project assistant at the Center) Grace Gecewicz host this episode about a type of school that everyone seems to have an opinion about. Find out who the "strange bedfellows" were that came up with the idea of…
 
What ethical compromises do students make when they seek upward mobility through education? We talk with Professor Jennifer Morton about her new book, Moving Up Without Losing Your Way: The Ethical Costs of Upward Mobility (2019). Morton is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and a senior fellow at t…
 
We talk with Dr. Anthony Abraham Jack, an assistant professor of education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, about his new book, The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges Are Failing Disadvantaged Students (2019). Jack’s work examines the often-overlooked diversity of low-income college students. Book: The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleg…
 
Kellen Sharp is a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, majoring in Communication Arts. He is a McNair scholar with aspirations of attending graduate school and earning a PhD in Media and Cultural Studies. Kellen was the Undergraduate Research Scholar at the Center for Ethics and Education in 2019-20, where he co-produced and edited the po…
 
Grace Gecewicz is a recent graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and a certificate in gender and women’s studies. During her time as an undergraduate, she was also an undergraduate project assistant at the Center for Ethics & Education, where she worked on the podcast and curriculum …
 
Professors Lauren Gatti (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) and Paula McAvoy (North Carolina State University) talk about their book project, Just Teacher: Ethical Thinking in the Profession of Teaching. Recorded in-person in February 2019 and over zoom in September 2020. Transcript Produced by Carrie Welsh. Theme music by Podington Bear. --- Send in …
 
This is a short piece cut from the longer conversation with Professors Lauren Gatti (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) and Paula McAvoy (North Carolina State University) about their book project, Just Teacher: Ethical Thinking in the Profession of Teaching. Here, they talk about the unique challenges the pandemic poses to teachers. Recorded over zoom…
 
Welcome to the Ethics and Education podcast from the Center for Ethics and Education. We host conversations with philosophers, educators, and researchers about ethical issues in education. This podcast is part of a curricular project that includes free study guides about our episodes. Get in touch; we'd love to hear from you. The Center for Ethics …
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드

Google login Twitter login Classic login