UNCG Teach'n Tips Podcast

UNCG Teach'n Tips Podcast

Latest Episodes

Episode 10 – Universal Design
April 30, 2019

As the Spring 2019 academic semester ends, the Teach’n Tips Podcast talks with Bruce Pomeroy, Director of the Office of Accessibility Resources & Services. Join the teaching tips guy as he talks with Bruce about Universal Design principles and their ap...

Episode Nine – Academic Integrity at UNCG
April 16, 2019

T’n T, the Teach’n Tips Podcast, returns with a conversation on Academic Integrity at UNCG with Robert Barker, Director of the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, and Dr. Mitch Croatt, Associate Professor and Department Head in Chemistry.

Episode Eight – Diversity and Growth Mindset in an Introductory STEM Course with Iglika Pavlova
April 01, 2019

T’n T, the Teach’n Tips Podcast, returns with a conversation with Dr. Iglika Pavlova from Biology on a recent course design change that she made to address diversity and a growth mindset at the outset of her large-enrollment introductory course in Biol...

Episode Seven – “What problem are you trying to solve?” A conversation with Patti O’Sullivan
February 20, 2019

T’n T, the Teach’n Tips Podcast, returns with a conversation with Dr. Patti O’Sullivan following up on our Adaptive, Differentiated, and Personalized Learning Workshops event at the beginning of February. Join Ben, the teaching tips guy,

Episode Six – Virtual Office Hours with Mika Davis
November 28, 2018

In the last T’n T episode of the semester, my guest is Mika Davis from ITS Learning Technology. We chat about virtual office hours and new ways of engaging with students outside of the classroom. Mika reminds us that winter is coming,

Episode Four – Inquiry Busters
October 17, 2018

This episode features a conversation with Frances Bottenberg, Lecturer in the Philosophy Department, in which we discuss her concept of “inquiry busters” and what faculty can do to discourage the types of claims that students might make that shut down ...

Episode Three – “The instructor sees me”
September 27, 2018

In this episode, I have a conversation with Anthony Verdino, staff social worker at the Counseling Center, in which we discuss generational differences in students, student mental health and its relationship to the classroom,

Episode Two – “Well, we all have a terrible memory for names!” A Conversation with Michelle Miller
September 11, 2018

Today’s episode includes a discussion with Michelle Miller, author of Minds Online, about pedagogy related to attention, memory, and motivation. If you would like to see video and other material from Michelle’s visit to UNCG’s Transforming Online Pedag...