TER #101 – Effective Classroom Practice with Glen Pearsall

Features: Teacher and Author Glen Pearsall discusses his approach to effective classroom practice, and how it integrates classroom and behaviour management, effective teaching and learning, and reducing teacher workload.

Maggie Hill from the Foundation for Young Australians discusses their recent New Work Order report series, exploring the future of work and the needs of education to help ensure students are prepared.

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00.00 Opening Credits
01:19 Intro
05:33 FYA & Future of Work, with Maggie Hill

14:35 Glen Pearsall – Effective Classroom Practice

43:29 Quote & Sign Off

TER #100 – TeachMeet TER 100! – 1 Oct 2017

This is it! The 100th episode of the Teachers’ Education Review (if you ignore all the other episodes).

To celebrate, we’ve created TeachMeet TER 100! A podcast made up of contributions and presentations from members of the TER community – many of whom you’ve heard on previous episodes, plus some newcomers joining us for the first time.

Timecodes (links to follow:)

00.00 Opening Credits

00.21 Intro – TER 100!

01:51 Blogging – Aaron Davis @mrkrndvs

07:16 Gamification – Pete Whiting @P_van_W and John Catterson @JFcatto

15:26 Communicating with Parents & Carers – Elizabeth Saunders @E_R_Saunders

22:02 Teaching Vocabulary – Mark Johnson @Markxsyst

27:36 Voice Care – Amy Cotton @Amycottonteach

35:16 Student Action & Authenticity – Nick Jackson @largerama

40:50 Nuturing Democracy in Schools – Darcy Moore @darcy1968

47:53 Who Mentors the Mentor? – Yasodai Selvakumaran @yasodaiselva

52:42 Distributed Practice & Retrieval Practice – Ollie Lovell @ollie_lovell

1:03:05 Theory – Jon Andrews @obi_jon_

1:10:31 Leadership for Beginning teachers – Stephy Salazar @stephygsalazar

1:17:59 Coaching – Andrea Stringer @stringer_andrea

1:26:18 Delivering your personal best – Matt Esterman @Mesterman

1:34:12 Acknowledgements

1:35:52 Final Thought – Australian Education Podcasting

TER #099 – The Staffroom with Jane Caro – 17 Sept 2017

Be a part of TER #100!

Main Feature: Jane Caro talks about the production and outcomes of her recent ABC series, The Staffroom.

Regular Features: Dan Haesler explores the controversial Great Yarmouth Charter Academy’s student induction program; Cameron talks with Shane Duggan about the recently introduced suitability test for aspiring teachers in Victorian High Schools.

Links & Timecodes

00.00 Opening Credits
01:19 Intro – TER 100
06:52 Off Campus – Dan Haesler

35:25 Victorian Teacher Test – Shane Duggan

56:22 Feature Intro
58:47 Feature Interview – Jane Caro

1:16:11 Announcements
1:17:04 Quote & Sign Off

TER live #015 – TeachMeet Woolly!

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Be a part of TER #100!

Main feature: This TER Live episode presents TeachMeet Woolly! Held at the Woolpack hotel in Parramatta on Tuesday, 22 August 2017.

Special thanks to Stephy Salazar for organising the event and inviting us to record and share this content.

00.000 Opening Credits
21.56 Intro – TER Live 15
01:48 Stephy Salazar – Opening of TMWooly
05:53 Tamika Worrell – Acknowledgement of Country
08:28 Kathleen O’Rourke – #twitterislife
11:54 Chantal Mamo – Building Leadership Capacity
18:05 Katie McGrory – Baptism of Fire
23:43 Greg Lee – Don’t fear the Career Changers
27:44 Betty Ploeg – It’s all about Relationsheeps
35:09 Yasodai Selvakumaran, Paul Capouski & Svetlana Sudarusic – Partnerships for Prac: Working Effectively for a Successful Collaboration
43:49 Michael Ha – Eating Meat Pies with Chopsticks
51:08 Leonie Black – Wooly Words of Wisdom
55:10 Hayley Matas – Securing Permanency!
1:02:50 Ethan Truong – Dear Founders… with love, Millennials
1:09:44 Susan Caldis – Reflection: Comforting or Uncomfortable
1:17:25 Clare Melville – The Power (and Pitfalls) of YES & NO!
1:23:44 Justin Schelle – It’s not always plain sailing as a PST
1:30:59 Sandy Nicoll – Keep on Pushing!
1:36:33 Megan Townes – STEP up to technology integration in your classroom
1:39:38 Naomi Butcher – Every child has a story to be heard
1:44:35 Brendan Mitchell – Same, same but different
1:51:54 Kenan Koparan – “Giving it a Second Go” Improving Pedagogies
1:58:15 Cameron Malcher – Don’t just do something, stand there!
2:08:17 Stephy Salazar – Final comments, event close
2:10:42 Thanks and Sign Off

TER #098 – Education and the Future with David Price – 20 August 2017

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Be a part of TER #100!

Main Feature: In a special edition of Off Campus, David Price speaks with Dan Haesler about the state of Education and the ability of education systems to prepare students for the future.

Regular Features: Education in the news – Cameron discusses recent reports about NAPLAN results, and teachers participating in NAPLAN online trials.

00.00 Opening Credits
01:19 Intro – TeachMeet TER 100
01:56 NAPLAN in the News
20:15 Off Campus – Dan Haelser
21:19 Interview – David Price, OBE
53:31 Announcements
54:46 Quote & Sign Off

 

You can be a part of TER #100!

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TER’s 100th episode is almost upon us, and we’re inviting every member of the TER audience to take part.

Our 100th episode will be “TeachMeet TER 100”, an entirely online TeachMeet made up of contributions from the TER Audience.

We’re inviting you to record and submit a presentation about teaching and learning of up to 7 minutes to be included as part of this online TeachMeet, to share your ideas about teaching with the TER listeners.

You don’t have to be a teacher to participate, but all presentations must be related to teaching and learning in a K-12 context. Check the guidelines below for more information about content.

Once you’ve recorded your piece, use this form to upload your piece, then sit back and wait for the awesome sharing of ideas that will be TeachMeet TER 100!

Further down this page you’ll find details on how to record and submit, and the kind of content we’re looking for, but here’s a summary to get you started:

  • You can record using your smartphone
  • Keep person/identifying information to a minimum (first name, state/location, current role)
  • Up to 7 minutes, any audio format, use highest recording quality possible
  • Focus on ideas relevant to teachers in schools, E.g. examples of teaching practice, implications or implementation of research, whole school initiatives, school curriculum or leadership strategies
  • Submit your content using this form, before 11:59 pm on Sunday, 24 September, 2017

If you have any further queries, please email info@terpodcast.com.

We look forward to your participation in TeachMeet TER 100!

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TER #096 – The Michaela School (UK) with Katharine Birbalsingh – 23 July 2017

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Main Feature: In a special edition of Off Campus, Dan Haesler speaks with Katharine Birbalsingh, the Principal/Head Teacher of the controversial Michaela Community School in the UK.

Regular Features: Education in the News, Cameron reviews a story about mandatory student participation in Victorian school councils. Tom Gordon talks about his work as a science communicator for the University of Sydney, and his podcast, STEMpunk

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Links and Timecodes:

00.00 Opening Credits
01:19 Student Voice and School Governance
18:22 Tom Gordon – STEMpunk Podcast

41:27 Feature Introduction
43:39 Dan Haesler – Off Campus

45:11 Katharine Birbalsingh – Interview
1:22:40 Comments
1:31:19 Announcements – TMWooly
1:31:50 Quote & Sign Off

TER #095 – 4th Anniversary Double Feature – 9 July 2017

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This is the 4th Anniversary of the teachers’ Education Review Podcast! To celebrate, we present 2 feature interviews. Dan Haesler presents a special feature edition of Off Campus, with UK educator & author Phil Beadle, talking about education on TV and other issues; Cameron interviews David Rutkowski from the Centre for Educational Management in Oslo about his recent publication, ‘The Global Education Race: Taking the measure of PISA and international testing”.

Links & Timecodes:

00.00 Opening Credits
01:19 Intro – 4 years of TER Podcast
05:43 Off Campus – Dan Haesler

08:36 Interview – Phil Beadle

34:36 Introduction – David Rutkowski

36:59 Interview – David Rutkowski
1:24:38 Thanks, Quote & Sign Off

TER #094 – Inquiry Learning & Gifted Students with Jim Watters – 25 June 2017

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Main Feature: Jim Watters from QUT outlines the use of Inquiry Learning to engage and extend gifted students, while also offering differentiated learning for mixed ability classes; Jennifer Jolly, chair of the upcoming World Conference on Gifted and Talented Education.

Regular Features: Education in the News, Bronwyn Hinz from the Mitchell Institute discusses their recent report on the costs of missed educational opportunities in Australia.

Timecodes

00.00 Opening Credits
01:19 Intro – Schools Funding
06:20 Bronwyn Hinz – Mitchell Institute Reporet
20:34 Feature introduction
22:38 Interview – Jim Watters
1:04:05 Interview – Jennifer Jolly
1:14:36 Quote & Sign Off