How do we reflect on our own teaching? One of our favorite resources is the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. This week, we’re thrilled to share it with you.
Bonni Stachowiak, host of Teaching in Higher Ed, faithfully shares the science of learning. She's had a big impact on our teaching, and she will on yours, too.
Listen, learn, and enjoy!
Must Listen: Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast
Meet Bonni Stachowiak, an educator, podcaster, and champion of cognitive science in the higher ed world. (Fun fact: Bonni was our very first subscriber.)
Her podcast, Teaching in Higher Ed, is a must-listen. We mean it. Seriously.
Her podcast episodes are full of:
Practical teaching tips
Applications of the science of learning
Insights for online teaching
Recommended books and resources
Warmth and laughter (such a delight!)
Not in higher ed? No worries! The engaging conversations apply in any learning setting, whether for children, adults, or in everyday life for yourself.
Also, the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast is celebrating 1,000,000 downloads! Start by listening to the "one in a million" episode and celebrate along.
Here's a small selection of the many episodes on the science of learning:
The science of retrieval practice (episode 184)
Learning and assessing with multiple-choice questions (episode 155)
Retrieval practice tools (episode 127)
Small Teaching with James Lang (episode 92)
Check out her blog for the inside scoop on tech tools for retrieval practice, including PollEverywhere, Quizlet, Kahoot, too.
Want more? Join Bonni for her "office hours" at EdSurge and keep your eyes peeled for her upcoming book, The Productive Online Professor.
We love Bonni's podcast, Teaching in Higher Ed. You will, too.
Even more podcasts and teaching tips!
We've shared Bonni's teaching tips before! Learn more about how she uses Quizlet in her classroom to boost retrieval practice, engagement, and learning.
Bonni has been a long-time collaborator, since day one. Check out more podcasts and websites by our collaborators, including podcasts by the Cult of Pedagogy and the Learning Scientists, and resources by Deans for Impact.