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Democracy’s College: Research and Leadership in Educational Equity, Justice, and Excellence for All

Office of Community College Research & Leadership, University of Illinois

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This monthly podcast focuses on P-20 education pathways with a focus on research and leadership that promotes educational equity, justice, and excellence for all students. This podcast is a product of the Office of Community College Research and Leadership, or OCCRL, at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Learn more about OCCRL at occrl.illinois.edu.
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In this episode, OCCRL senior research assistant Nina Owolabi talks to several guests about the use of open educational resources, also known as OER, as an equity initiative in Illinois community colleges. In addition, OCCRL research assistant Aidana Sirgebayeva relates the findings of the OER research project that has been taking place at OCCRL fo…
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Dr. Aisha Griffith joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss her recent Division 15 Practice Brief, entitled "Centering Black Adolescent Girls’ Voices: Strategies to Prevent Disproportionate Discipline." Source material: https://apadiv15.org/education-practice-briefs/centering-black-adolescent-girls-voices-strategies-to-prevent-disproportionate-discipl…
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- The Bank of Japan (BoJ) intervened in the open currency markets in the 2nd half of 2022 to prop up the yen - With the yen significantly weak in 2024, could the BoJ intervene once again? - How could they intervene and how would it impact currency markets?IronFX
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This Democracy's College podcast episode is the fourth one in a series featuring contributors to the book Critiques for Transformation: Reimagining Colleges and Communities for Social Justice, edited by Drs. Lorenzo Baber and Heather McCambly. In this episode, Dr. McCambly talks to Drs. Erin Doran and Sergio Gonzalez about how their chapters for th…
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Dr. Alexandra List and co-authors discuss their recent Educational Psychologist article, "Critical culturalized comprehension: Exploring culture as learners thinking about texts." Source material: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00461520.2023.2266028APA Division 15
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Dr. Jose H. Vargas joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss his Educational Psychologist article, "The antiracist educator’s journey and the psychology of critical consciousness development: A new roadmap." Source material:https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00461520.2023.2243329APA Division 15
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Dr. Erika Patall joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss her recent Educational Psychologist article, "A meta-analysis of teachers’ provision of structure in the classroom and students’ academic competence beliefs, engagement, and achievement." Source material: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00461520.2023.2274104…
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In this episode, OCCRL affiliate member Heather McCambly talks with Dr. Rosemary Perez and Dr. Aireale J. Rodgers about the chapters they contributed to in the volume Critiques for Transformation: Reimagining Colleges and Communities for Social Justice, a book that was co-edited by Dr. McCambly and Dr. Lorenzo Baber.…
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Dr. Akane Zusho, Dr. Revathy Kumar, and Dr. Rhonda S. Bondie join host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss their recent Educational Psychologist article, "Transforming fear into rigor, love, freedom, and joy: A new paradigm of standards-based reform." Source material: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00461520.2023.2250879…
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In this episode, OCCRL Director Lorenzo Baber talks with Isaac Gottesman about the chapter that Dr. Gottesman contributed to the volume titled Critiques for Transformation: Reimagining Colleges and Communities for Social Justice, which was co-edited by Dr. Baber and Dr. Heather McCambly.
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What are geopolitical events? Which are the recent events that have impacted financial markets? What is the definition of a safe-haven asset? How can investors and traders navigate through periods of market volatility using such assets?IronFX
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Dr. Paul Schutz & Dr. Krista Muis join host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss the upcoming release of The Handbook of Educational Psychology, Fourth Edition. Source material: https://www.routledge.com/Handbook-of-Educational-Psychology/Schutz-Muis/p/book/9781138359482APA Division 15
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- Learn about the role of central banks in influencing forex markets through interest rate decisions, monetary policy, and intervention. - What are the potential effects of central bank policies on currency valuations, exchange rates, and forex market trends? - Explore the different strategies for analyzing and interpreting central bank communicati…
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- Understand the importance of trading news releases and the impact of economic events on forex markets - What are the different strategies on trading news, such as breakout trading, fading the news, or trading based on economic data surprises? - How to identify high-impact economic events and their potential market-moving effects? - Learn about ri…
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Dr. Kent Harber joins host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss his recent Educational Psychologist article, "The model of threat-infused intergroup feedback: Why, when, and how feedback to ethnic minority learners is positively biased." Source material: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00461520.2023.2170377…
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In this episode, Drs. Lorenzo Baber and Heather McCambly provide context on the origin and content of their book proposal and the eventually published volume, Critiques for Transformation: Reimagining Colleges and Communities for Social Justice, which they and their colleagues developed during the trying years of the pandemic. Baber and McCambly al…
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Dr. Carlton J. Fong and Dr. Diane L. Schallert join host Dr. Jeff Greene to discuss their recent Educational Psychologist article, "'Feedback to the future': Advancing motivational and emotional perspectives in feedback research." Source material: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00461520.2022.2134135…
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