In this episode, Mike Rose talks about valuing interdisciplinary knowledge in the classroom, he shares how he responds to student writing, he talks about what he’s reading, and his tentative title to his new book.
One of the good things about this blog is a chance for me to let you know more about Pedagogue, specifically, what I'm thinking, what I'm doing, and my plans for the podcast. Of course, another good thing is for me to reflect on conversations with the contributors and to bring attention to some resources they might mention during those conversations. I see this blog space, again, as a chance to further foster discussion, support diverse voices, and celebrate pedagogical successes.
If you follow along, you'll be the first to hear about episode releases (before Twitter or Instagram). With that being said, my plan is to release episodes every 3 to 4 weeks. Right now, that's going to be the best schedule -- it will help keep me focused on my own teaching, writing, and service. Podcasting takes a lot of time and energy (e.g. editing, transcribing), and I want to produce good quality material.
So, I'm excited about the potential for this podcast, and I'm excited to share the release of our next episode: Episode 2: Mike Rose (pt. 2) will be released Friday, 05/31. Be looking for that. And please, subscribe, rate/review, and share.
Until next time,
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In this episode, Mike Rose talks about his first experience teaching, how he's changed, the intimate connection between teaching and writing, and how he continues to feel a sense of unbelonging.
Hello everyone! I'm excited to launch Pedagogue, a podcast about teachers talking writing. Pedagogue is designed to foster and promote diverse voices at various institutions. Each episode will be with one (or more) teacher and will last about 20-25 minutes. My hope is these conversations encourage and inspire us, that Pedagogue becomes a place where teachers find community, where ideas and classroom practices are shared, where we learn from one another, where we get a closer look at what other teachers are doing elsewhere. All for the betterment of our classrooms and for our students. That's the purpose of Pedagogue. I sent out a tweet in early April 2019 asking if anyone would be interested in a podcast about teachers talking writing:
"Hi, I'm thinking about creating a website and podcast called 'Pedagogue' where I have conversations with different teachers, reflecting on teaching writing, what inspires them, their work, challenges, etc. Diverse institutions, diverse teachers, diverse specialties. Any interest"?
It circulated. I was surprised by the attention, and about a week or so later, I created the site. I reached out to a few people (some I knew, most I didn't). And now, here we are with Episode 1: Mike Rose (pt. 1). My goal is to use this blog as a way to reflect on my conversations with teachers -- I see this as another opportunity to promote teachers, to share, to collaborate. So please follow along and contribute.
Thanks for teaching, thanks for caring. Until next time.
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