Podcasts on Teaching

Podcasts on Teaching

Our Podcasts on Teaching series features some of the best teaching and learning reflections from our John Jay faculty. These 10-20 minute interviews highlight best teaching practices, responses to questions of social justice and pedagogy, and transformations in teaching identities. We’ve provided content tags for each podcast to help you find your listening preferences. Please bookmark these for your commute or when you need inspiration in the middle of your day!

John Jay Distinguished Teaching Prize Winners 2016-17

In this podcast series, Associate Provost for Faculty Allison Pease discusses teaching and learning with this year’s Distinguished Teaching Prize winners. In addition to reflections about winning the award, faculty share their experience and expertise with teaching and learning as noted in the content tags below each podcast title. Click, listen, and renew your faith in great teachers engaged in supporting student learning!


Assistant Professor of Sociology Carla Barret

Content tags:

Group Work
Race in the Classroom
Writing to Learn
Vulnerability

John Jay Distinguished Teaching Prize Interview with winner Carla Barrett 


Adjunct Assistant Professor of English and Gender Studies Robert Faunce

Content Tags:

Learning from Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick
 Flexibility
Group Work
Scaffolding
Humanizing the Professor
Trust

John Jay Distinguished Teaching Prize Interview with winner Rob Faunce


Associate Professor of English Alexander Long

Content tags:

Student Motivation
Growth Mindset
Active Reading
Empathy

John Jay Distinguished Teaching Prize Interview with winner Alexander Long