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The Hidden Curriculum is a podcast on all the topics you wanted to learn in (econ) graduate school. There are lots of things about the profession that you only hear if you have a great mentor or during networking opportunities. This podcast aims to help decrease that knowledge gap by bringing that information into your headphones! Artwork by @factorintrinseco. Music by Funk O'Clock by Delicate Beats. Licensed by Premium Beat
 
Jean Piaget has suggested that the principal goal of education should be to create learners who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other in the past have done; but rather people who are creative, inventive, and inquisitive. This the essence of progressive education. Beyond the Curriculum is a podcast dedicated to promoting progressive education. Each episode will feature an educator who will share practical approaches listeners can immediately use in their classrooms. ...
 
Curriculum Vitae will introduce listeners to key people and issues in higher education—as well as some of the important ideas, books, works of art, and intellectual disciplines that higher education today too often ignores. Peter Wood will interview professors, policy experts, artists, writers, and other key figures who seek to rebuild the cultural and intellectual excellence that higher education needs.
 
Beyond Curriculum is a podcast series about something often missing from the homeschool conversation--the perspectives and values that make it possible to cultivate lifelong learners. It’s the homeschool story you rarely hear--the most open and honest account I can make about something that is happening more and more frequently everyday--parents teaching their kids at home.
 
Curriculum 21 is the outgrowth of the work of a dynamic group of educators worldwide attempting to help colleagues transform curriculum and school designs to match the needs of 21st century learners. The impetus originated from the Curriculum Mapping work developed by Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs. As we examined maps emerging across the United States and overseas it was evident that curriculum and instruction remains dated although both students and teachers recognize the need to become current an ...
 
Cannabis Curriculum, hosted by the SSDP, is a show that highlights the work students are doing to end the War on Drugs.SSDP mobilizes and empowers students to participate in the political process, pushing for sensible policies while fighting back against a counterproductive Drug War. Uniting college campuses worldwide.Cannabis Curriculum will feature both current SSDP students and alumni who will discuss how they are engaged in drug policy reform on the campus, local, state, federal, and int ...
 
This course addresses curriculum planning and differentiating for instruction. Curriculum planning involves many aspects of teaching: The teacher as mediator, the social dimensions of teaching, teaching students with problems, creative teaching, popular culture of children and youth as relates to curriculum, differentiating of instruction, assessment and frameworks for teaching. Coursework involves extensive reading, analytical student written reflections, on-line discussions and a curriculu ...
 
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In this episode we talk with Lindsey Bullinger about her experience dealing with raising a child, while having a partner that works a lot!. Lindsey is n Assistant Professor in the School of Public Policy at Georgia Tech. Her research examines how public policies affect children and families’ health and well-being, especially low-income families. Li…
 
"We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color." - Maya Angelou Jan Wilson is a Wellspring Associate Professor of Gender Studies and History at the University of Tulsa. She is the author of the book Becoming Disabled: Forging a Disab…
 
“The more you learn, the more you want to learn.”— Lailah Gifty AkitaKristen Uliasz is an Inclusion Specialist at Da Vinci Charter Academy & Emeritus Faculty with PBLWorks.org. Kristen will share her experience with schoolwide PBL that connects schools to the greater community by engaging learners of all abilities.Kristen’s vision of inclusion cent…
 
In this episode we talk with Trevon Logan about his workflow & tips for mentoring. Trevon is the Hazel C. Youngberg Distinguished Professor of Economics and Dean, College of Arts and Sciences at "The" Ohio State University. Trevon holds a BS from University of Wisconsin, and PhD in economics from Berkeley. He is also an NBER fellow and director of …
 
“I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.”— Mark TwainKimberly Eckert is the 2018 Lousiana State Teacher of the Year, 2020 ASCD Emerging Leader, 2020 Global Teacher Prize Finalist, 2019 NEA Social Justice Activist of the Year National Finalist, and a National Center for Learning Disabilities Expert Teacher. Kimberly’s vision of in…
 
This week we talk with Jevay Grooms. Jevay is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Economics at Howard University. She is an applied microeconomist with research areas of interests that lie at the intersection of public economics, health economics, and studies of poverty and inequality. Sebastian Tello-Trillo is an Assistant Professor of P…
 
“When everyone is included, everyone wins.” — Jesse Jackson Karen Krejcha is the founder of Autism Empowerment--a nonprofit organization that advocates for the autistic community, host of the Autism Empowerment Podcast, and the editor and columnist of Spectrum Life Magazine. Besides this, she is the mother of two boys on the autism spectrum and an …
 
In this episode we talk with Delegate Sally Hudson about her transition out of academia into public service. Sally is labor economist who studies recruiting and retention in the public sector. In addition to being a teacher and a community organizer she is also a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, representing the 57th district. She holds a…
 
Amy Campbell is the 2020 Washington State Teacher of the Year and a special ed teacher at Helen Baller Elementary in Camas, WA. As Washington State Teacher of the Year, Amy uses her title to promote more inclusion. She believes that schools are microcosms of our world and by promoting more inclusion in schools we build a more inclusive community. E…
 
In November 2018, Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg posted a tweet in which she questions the traditional use of the word “inclusion” by explaining how she views it as a minimum and challenges us to go further. She says: It’s not about inclusion or even celebration. It’s about expansion. Our culture is better when disabled folks expand its ideas about embodim…
 
“Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.” — Albert Einstein Gary Chu is a high school mathematics teacher in a racially and culturally diverse suburb outside of Chicago. He is passionate about disrupting inequities. You can follow him on Twitter at @mrgarychu. Gary contributed a chapter to the book Ungrading: Why Rating St…
 
In this episode we talk about how to deal with co-authors as a junior person, how to divvy up labor and setting expectations. This topic was brought to us by Ebehi Iyoha. Ebehi is a PhD student in Economics at Vanderbilt University and a Job Market Candidate this year! She studies study inter-firm networks and their impact on economic growth throug…
 
Clarissa Sorenesn-Unruh teaches chemistry and statistics full-time at Central New Mexico Community College. She is a Ph.D. student in learning sciences, a Councilor for the Division of Chemical Education in the American Chemical Society, and a panelist for a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine symposium. Clarissa contributed a…
 
“We all need people who will give us feedback. That’s how we improve.” — Bill Gates Christopher Riesbeck is an associate professor of computer science at Northwestern University and co-director of the Center for Computer Science and Learning Sciences. He has been doing critique-driven learning since 1997. Dr. Riesbeck is now working on computer-ass…
 
In this episode, we talk with Trang Hoang about preparing for video interviews and presentations. Trang is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Economics at Vanderbilt University. She was an International Economics Ph.D. Fellow at Dartmouth College in the fall of 2019. Her areas of research include international trade, development, and applied mi…
 
“Society is indeed a contract. ... It is a partnership in all science; a partnership in all art; a partnership in every virtue, and in all perfection.” — Edmund Burke Dr. Katopodis is the Executive Director of Transformative Learning in the Humanities, a three-year initiative at City University of New York supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundati…
 
In this episode we talk with Marianne Bitler on general tips to keep in mind while in graduate school. Marianne Bitler is a Professor of Economics at UC Davis. She is an applied microeconomist whose line of work lies within public economics, health economics and labor economics. She has also worked at UC Irvine, the Public Policy Institute of Calif…
 
“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.” — Albert Einstein Dr. Laura Gibbs is a professor of humanities at the University of Oklahoma, teaching mythology and folklore online, challenging her students to develop higher-order Bloom Taxonomy along with 21st Century skills as they explore the content of her cour…
 
Dr. Susan Blum is a professor of anthropology a the University of Notre Dame and the editor of the book Ungrading: Why Rating Students Undermines Learning (and What to Do Instead). In this episode, Susan discusses what led her to compile the book, what the book represents, and how it has been received. This the first episode of a six-part series wh…
 
In this episode we talk about how to approach networking with Jennifer Doleac. Jennifer Doleac is an Associate Professor of Economics at Texas A&M University, and Director of the Justice Tech Lab. She is also a Research Fellow at IZA, and a Research Affiliate at the Institute for Research on Poverty, the University of Chicago Crime Lab, and the Wil…
 
In this episode we talk with Benjamin Hansen. Ben is the WE Miner Professor of Economics at the University of Oregon. He is an applied-micro economist whose research focuses on crime, health, and other topics in labor and public economics. We talk with Ben about this transition from the private-consulting sector to academia. Sebastian Tello-Trillo …
 
On this episode we talk with John Cawley on tips to prepare students for the job market. This episode is directed for people who are getting started with advising PhD Students. John talks about his process, and the process at Cornell. John is a Professor in the Department of Policy Analysis and Management, and the Department of Economics, at Cornel…
 
This week we talk with Melissa Spencer about handling multiple projects. Melissa is a PhD student in Economics at the University of Virginia. She is a job market candidate this year! Melissa’s research focuses on well-being of women and minorities, across the areas of reproductive health, infectious diseases & domestic violence. Alex Hollingsworth …
 
Washington bureaucrats only make half of America's science policy. Judges, juries, and lawyers make the other half, in billion-dollar lawsuits decided in courts around the nation. Lawyer Nathan A. Schachtman, joins us to discuss what the legal and financial consequences are when the courts get their science wrong.…
 
This week we talk with Anne Burton. Anne Burton is a Economics PhD student (and job market candidate for 2020!) at Cornell University. Her research is primarily concerned with the social welfare implications of risky health behaviors and crime. Before going to Cornell, She was a Senior Research Assistant in the Fiscal Analysis section at the Federa…
 
This week Alex show us his research workflow. How he starts a project, and moves through the different software of analysis and organizing to produce a paper. Although the this episode contains audio, we have a recorded this on a video format and you can find video here. Listening to the audio may be helpful but we strongly encourage to check out t…
 
The University of Pittsburgh recently announced a new required course for all new students: “Anti-Black Racism: History, Ideology, and Resistance.” This course is yet another attempt at forcing students towards ideological conformity, especially in regard to the concept of “anti-racism.”Anti-racist ideology, which is anything but, is sweeping acros…
 
This week Alex and Sebastian talk with Kelli Marquardt, a PhD Student at University of Arizona. We talk with Kelli about how to approach people from outside your discipline and similar practices. Kelli is a health economist and is currently studying health disparities on the decisions that health providers make in a variety of situation. Co-host: A…
 
As you live, believe in Life! Always human beings will live and progress to greater, broader and fuller life. The only possible death is to lose belief in this truth simply because the great end comes slowly, because time is long - W. E. B. Du Bois Rodney Robinson is the Senior Advisor, Richmond Public Schools Male teacher of Color Initiative at th…
 
This week we talk with Chase Eck. Chase, is a PhD Student at the University of Arizona. His research interests include the optimal design of transfer programs and the effects of occupational licensing in medicine. We talk with him about websites, what to include in them, what to think about, and we include a guide on Alex's website on how to make o…
 
This week we talk with Dr. Carycruz Bueno. Carycruz is a postdoctoral research associate at Anneberg Institute at Brown University. She will help us clarify the benefits of being a post-doc and demystify thoughts on this issue. This episode will be helpful for job seekers and job providers! Sebastian Tello-Trillo is an Assistant Professor of Public…
 
“Education is the platform that makes it possible to defeat all barriers.” — Norbert Juma Abdul Wright is a middle school Language Arts teacher and Literacy Coach, the 2016 Minnesota Teacher of the Year, and identified as a Minnesota, African American Heritage Award Honoree. Abdul will discuss the impact teachers make on the journey of our young le…
 
This week we talk with Emily Nix. Emily is an Assistant Professor of Finance and Business Economics at the USC Marshall School of Business. We talk with Emily about her research & about lightboards, which could be a great tool for online teaching. We talk about how to make one and a number of question about using them. Sebastian Tello-Trillo is an …
 
— Paulo Freire“Learning is a process where knowledge is presented to us, then shaped through understanding, discussion, and reflection.” Sharif is the CEO of the Center for Black Educator Development and former principal of Mastery Charter Schools - Shoemaker Campus, a neighborhood turnaround school in West Philadelphia. He is recognized by former …
 
In this episode, Alex and Sebastian share tips and tricks they have learned that can be helpful for people teaching for the first time. We touch on things we do before our very first lecture and some other expectations for the rest of the semester. Sebastian Tello-Trillo is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Economics at the Frank Batten S…
 
“An educated, enlightened and informed population is one of the surest ways of promoting the health of a democracy” — Nelson Mandela Michael Soskil is a fourth-grade science teacher, Vice-President of the Pennsylvania Teachers Advisory Committee, 2016 Global Teacher Prize Top-10 Finalist, and the editor of the book “Flip the System: How Teachers Ca…
 
On this episode we talk about why having a workflow is important and tips on how to adopt a workflow that fits your needs. Alex Hollingsworth is an Assistant Professor, O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University. Follow Alex @ajhollingsworth Sebastian Tello-Trillo is an Assistant Professor, Frank Batten School of Leaders…
 
"Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose wisely. The real safeguard of democracy, therefore, is education." Franklin D. Roosevelt Though Ted Dintersmith made his fortune in venture capitalism, he’s made his greatest impact on education. His books Most Likely to Succeed and What School Could Be and his f…
 
The Hidden Curriculum is a podcast on all the topics you wanted to learn in (econ) graduate school. There are lots of things about the profession that you only hear if you have a great mentor or during networking opportunities. This podcast aims to help decrease that knowledge gap by bringing that information into your headphones! Season 1 is hoste…
 
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