In this edition of TER Topics we present two interviews that the theory and practice of the Neu sequential Model in Education, which is a developmentally informed, biologically respectful approach to working with at-risk children.
The first interview is with Steve Graner and Jessica Pfeiffer of the Neurosequential network in the USA, forst presented in episode #189 in February 2022
The second interview is with NSW school principal Patrick Faucher about his work implementing the model in schools, from TER #203 in August of 2022.
Timecodes: 00:00 Opening Credits 00:34 Intro 02:05 Interview – Steve Greaner & Jessica Pfeiffer 43:52 Interview – Patrick Faucher 01:33:33 Sign Off
Main Feature: Pat Norman discusses his Sublimes Analysis of the Gonski 2 policy, and explains the sublimes analysis approach to understanding ed policy.
Regular Features: Kolber’s Corner. Stephen discusses the separation of digital personal and professional lives; Ideology in Education, Tom Mahoney considers ways teachers can question the ideologies at work in ed policy; Education in the News, Fiona Longmuir provides insight and response to the federal government’s draft workforcfe strategy.
Timecodes: 00:00 Opening Credits 01:31 Intro 05:02 Kolber’s Corner 11:28 Ideology In Education 22:22 Education in the News 44:23 Feature Intro 45:36 Interview – Pat Norman 01:22:37 Patreon Shoutouts & Close
Main Feature: Olivia Johnston discusses her research into student perceptions of the eperience of class streaming; Deb Netolicky talks about her new podcast, the Edu Salon
Regular Features: Kolber’s Corner, Steven Kolber discusses using papercraft bingo as an approach to retrieval practice; Ideology in Education, Tom Mahoney discusses t curriculum as an inherrently ideological space.
Main Features: Professor Manu Kapur discusses his research into Productive Failure and its impact on student learning; Teacher Takeaway Podcast, Cameron speaks with the teachers behind the Teacher Takeaway Podcast about their podcasting journey.
Regular Features: Kolber’s Corner, Steven Kolber questions the nature of innovation in education; Ideology in in Education, Tom Mahoney explores the ideology underpinning Blended Learning.
Main Feature: Josephene Duffy, CEO of the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation, talks about the kitchen garden program in schools; the goals, methods, amd intended outcomes.
Regular Features: Kolber’s Corner – Steven Kolber discusses the challenges facing teachers who use social media; Ideology in Education – Tom Mahoney concludes the series with a consideration of what Ideology is, and how it affects teachers and teaching more broadly.
Main Feature: Andrew Martin and Rebecca Collie from UNSW discuss their research into the impact of positive teacher-student relationships on performance, and the implications for teachers, schools and education systems.
Regular Feature: Kolber’s Corner- Steven Kolber reviews the #EduReading discussion of Cognitive Load Theory.
00:00 Opening Credits
02:17 Kolber’s Corner
23:21 Feature Introduction
25:15 Feature Interview – Andrew Martin & Rebecca Collie