Main Feature: Steven Kolber interviews Dr. Jennifer Clutterbuck and Rafaan Daliri-Ngametua about ZOmbie Data in education.
Regular Features: Ideology in education – Tom Mahoney asks ‘who does your teaching practice belong to?’; Education in the News – Cameron provides an extended review of the education policies that the Coalition, Labor and Greens parties are taking into the Federal Election.
Timecodes: 00:00 Opening Credits 01:31 Intro 08:00 Ideology in Education 14:41 Education in the News – Federal Election Education Policies 01:33:35 Feature Introduction 01:36:11 Feature Interview 02:35:00 Patreon thanks & Close
After nearly 9 years of the TER Podcast, I have finally opened a Patreon account, giving you the opportunity to support the ongoing work of the podcast and join in on the conversation with researchers, leaders and experts in education.
The TER podcast has and will always be free to listeners. The purpose of opening to listener contributions is to help meet the rising cost of production and hosting, as well as providing honouraria for regular contributors, and then pursuing opportunitites for growth.
There are 4 levels of support, starting with the ‘Early-Career Patron’ at $3 a month. If you join as an Accredited Patron or higher, you will get the opportunity to suggest questions for upcomming interviews (where time permits). If you join as a Highly Accomplished Patron level you will also get a shout out in the second episode of every month, and Lead Patrons get acknowledged at the beginning of every regular episode.
In these COVID times its not really wise to share an apple with a teacher, but for the cost of a few apples a month, you can help keep the TER Podcast delivering free professional learning resources for Australian teachers.
Main Feature: Professor Jane Wilkinson discusses the issue of sexual harrasment as it relates to schools, and what schools can do to respond to the issues underpinning such behaviours.
Regular Features: Ideology in Education, Tom Mahoney contiunues his exploration of the impact of neoliberal polciies on teachers’ experiences; Kolber’s Corner, Steven Kolber reflects on the insularity of teachers and teaching; Education in the News, Cameron explores stories about teachers’ working conditions and mass resignations.
00:00 – Opening Credits 01:31 – Introduction 06:52 – Ideology in Education 19:48 – Kolber’s Corner 29:25 – Education in the News 49:57 – Feature Introduction 52:43 – Interview – Jane Wilkinson 1:50:19 – Announcements and Sign Off