Episode 029 – Jess Mitchell

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This week Jess Mitchell joins Ken for a discussion of her work. We talk about finding one’s voice, accessibility, assessment, critical pedagogy, overlooking conversations in the rear view mirror, scorpions, “crap in streams” and so much more. I was fortunate to meet Jess at OpenEd18 in Niagara Falls and was so happy to have her join us for this episode. The work of Jess really does touch deeply and say much better what I feel in my pedagogy.

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Episode 028 – Troy Cockrum

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Show Notes

This week Ken joins Troy Cockrum to discuss blended learning, vlogging, student video¬† creation, podcasting and what he is up to lately. Troy was the original host of The Flipped Learning Podcast (produced audio archives and YouTube channel) and produced 142+ episodes and then rebooted itself for another 17 episodes with a new name of Flipped Learning Remixed. Most of the episodes featured Troy’s co-host Joan Brown. Troy is a published author of two of his own books as well as chapters in other books on flipped learning. Links in the notes below.

Troy was one of my first contacts in the flipped learning community, is a such a generous colleague and I owe so much to him and others who welcomed me into this community. I even joined Troy and Joan on episode 93 of their podcast back in 2014 after I attended FlipCon14 in Mars, PA, USA.

This episode was recorded on January 22, 2019. If you would like to support The Flipped Learning Network which is a not-for-profit, we have added a full selection below.

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