In Episode 19, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies/props and luxury items, our islands have included micro-learning, trauma-informed pedagogy, authentic learning, simulation, portfolio-based dissertations...
Speakers: Dr Gemma Ahearne, Dr Treasa Kearney, Johnny Lee & Marcus Pedersen
28 March 2022 | 46 minutes
In Episode 18, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies/props and luxury items, our discussion ranged from the importance of supporting students holistically, the value of blended learning, podcasts as versatile pedagogies...
Speakers: Dr Alex Owen, Karen Ferreira-Meyers, Mary Jacob & Dr James Stanfield
14 March 2022 | 39 minutes
In Episode 17, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies/props and luxury items, our discussion covered lots of areas from design thinking, slow thinking, creativity, self-determined learning and sustainability.
Speakers: Allie Johns, Dr Emma Gillaspy, Dr Mikkel Godsk & Mossen Randeree
14 February 2022 | 59 minutes
In Episode 16, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies/props and luxury items, we talked about being responsive to our students’ needs, and going back to basics if need be, the pedagogy of kindness...
Speakers: Dr Dawne Irving-Bell, Dr Gary Brown, Sue Beckingham & Dr Tania Dias Fonseca
10 January 2022 | 53 minutes
In Episode 15, our guests’ lightbulb moments included ways of facilitating learning through questioning, good learning design, our boat of treasure island pedagogies/props carries items including bottles of confidence...
Speakers: Dr Eli Saetnan, Professor Fiona Smart & Tim Neumann
06 December 2021 | 51 minutes
In Episode 14, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies/props and luxury items, our discussion featured Māori, Confucian and Arabic traditions and contexts, the focus on the whole person...
Speakers: Jaye McIsaac, Dr Shazia Iqbal & Charlie Reis
23 November 2021 | 49 minutes
In Episode 13, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies/props and luxury items, our discussion veered from gradually lit-up to disco lightbulb moments, from simulation-based learning through to the role of debate...
Speakers: Ruth Smith, Dr Zoe Hurley and Dr Johannes Wheeldon
21 October 2021 | 42 minutes
In Episode 12, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies, props and luxury items, our discussion rowed forwards, backwards, in full circles and spirals. We touched upon student-centred learning, authentic assessment...
Speakers: Dr Celia Popovic, Dr Phillip Moffitt and Dr Richard Osborne
04 October 2021 | 51 minutes
In Episode 11, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies/props and luxury items, our discussion touched on some of the ingredients that can make learning happen, from nurturing deep emotional connections...
Speakers: Dr Camille Dickson-Deane, Dr Becca Ferrari and Nokuthula Vilakati
14 September 2021 | 38 minutes
In Episode 10, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies/props and luxury items, our discussion touched on various creative collaborative solving approaches with students with our luxury items...
Speakers: Emily Chapman-Waterhouse, Emma Davenport, Dr Gulnaz Aksenova and Charles Wachira
06 September 2021 | 37 minutes
In this episode special guest, Stuart Waddington joins us. Stuart is the Managing Director and founder of Star Development UK and host of the #leadership; what’s on your mind podcast where guests discuss their leadership perspectives...
Speaker: Stuart Waddington
26 August 2021 | 46 minutes
In Episode 9, ungrading, threshold concepts, the Balloon Academy - lots of pedagogies and lightbulb moments resonated in today’s discussion. A common theme was linking learning to anything to do with moving and making.
Speakers: Dr Alice Kim, Dr Ingeborg van Knippenberg, Dr Nathalie Tasler and Dr Virna Rossi
21 June 2021 | 44 minutes
In Episode 8, so much covered by our guests: open education, involving students as partners in our initiatives, the revival of audio to have meaningful and human connections with students and more.
Speakers: Alex Spiers, Dr Erika Smith and Jessica Humphreys
29 April 2021 | 38 minutes
In Episode 7, learning is slow-burning, it takes time to nurture and it is great when it all comes together at the end. Our guests also discuss the potential of multimodal learning, through visual imagery, doodling, sketching or drawing.
Speakers: Dr Louise Drumm, Dr Michael Flavin, Dr Michael Kozakowski and Dr Vicki Dale
27 April 2021 | 39 minutes
In Episode 6, rule breaking, disruption and connectedness were shared themes between our guests and their Treasure Island Pedagogies. Our guests also challenged us to look beyond the bright side of pedagogies into their ‘shadowy siblings’.
Speakers: Prof Nicola Whitton, Rikke Toft Nørgård, Simon Thomson and William Carey
29 March 2021 | 1 hour 5 minutes
In Episode 5, our guests highlight the need to be experimental and take our learners out of their comfort zone into a creative, safe space where they can learn and discover both the passion for and the science of teaching.
Speakers: Ashwini Datt, Danielle Hinton, Jenni Carr and Natasha Taylor
16 March 2021 | 47 minutes
In Episode 4, we discussed the challenges and opportunities of doing role-play, group discussions in an online Covid setting and bartered teaching ideas and also had a special mention of the original Treasure Island.
Speakers: Dr Marieke Riethof, Chris Barlow, Jennifer Klunder-Rosser and Dr Joel Haddley
03 December 2020 | 41 minutes
In this episode we are joined by two guests from the University of Liverpool Nursing department. We catch up on how they have been coping continuing to run a programme in the midst of a global pandemic.
Speakers: Claire Walker and Helen Marshall
17 December 2020 | 47 minutes
In Episode 3, an episode of Ms, Mathew, Matt and Katherine share various student-centred and collaborative learning inspired lightbulb moments and teaching props.
Speakers: Dr Katherine Whitehurst, Dr Matt Murphy and Mathew Flynn
30 November 2020 | 35 minutes
We talk to our four invited guest lecturers from around the University about how they have found the transition from Vital to Canvas. Discussing what they love about Canvas, could not do without and what hiccups they have encountered on their journey so far...
Speakers: Dr Laura Corner, Dr Andy Bates, Dr Freya Jarman and Dr Gary Brown
03 November 2020 | 50 minutes
The Centre for Innovation in Education celebrates BAME people during Black History Month and beyond by creating an interactive podcast that aims to gather the collective voices on the definition of decolonising the curriculum.
Speaker: Dr Monica Chavez Munoz
19 October 2020 | 7 minutes
In Episode 2, our guests share their lightbulb moments, including getting students to 'take' feedback, the importance of reflection, using play for conceptual understanding with Lego and ways of engaging environmental science students with hydrology.
Speakers: Dr Kathryn Fox, Dr Helen Vaughan, Dr James Cooper, Dr Matthew Fitzjohn
28 September 2020 | 1 hour 1 minute
In Part 2 of Treasure Island Discs , Anna, Diana, James and Stuart, lecturers at the University of Liverpool, discuss their thoughts and plans about moving towards hybrid active learning in autumn 2020.
Speakers: Dr Stuart Wilks-Heeg, Dr Anna O’Connor, Dr James Gaynor and Prof Diana Jeater
15 June 2020 | 25 minutes
Inspired by Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, we asked our four guests, all lecturers at the University of Liverpool, to talk about a lightbulb moment with their students: when they felt that students ‘were getting it’ and they were part of this.
Speakers: Dr Stuart Wilks-Heeg, Dr Anna O’Connor, Dr James Gaynor and Prof Diana Jeater
15 June 2020 | 28 minutes
In this second podcast on remote teaching, four lecturers from the University of Liverpool continue to discuss remote teaching during the #COVID pandemic...
Speakers: Dr Stuart Wilks-Heeg, Prof Diana Jeater, Dr James Gaynor and Dr Anna O’Connor
23 April 2020 | 30 minutes
What do Beatles pop songs and experimental jazz by Captain Beefhart & His Magic Band have to do with remote teaching? Please tune in to our podcast to find out...
Speakers: Dr Anna O’Connor, Prof Diana Jeater, Dr Stuart Wilks-Heeg and Dr James Gaynor
21 April 2020 | 22 minutes
Our new podcast episode is a stimulating conversation on what digital fluency mean in different disciplines with three academics across the University of Liverpool.
Speakers: Dr Rob Treharne, Dr Jonathan Hogg and Dr Kerry Traynor
06 February 2020 | 1 hour 9 minutes
CIE had an inspiring conversation with Dr Chris Edmonds, one of the University of Liverpool's Microsoft Teams Champions, about ideas on how to implement project based learning using Teams...
Speaker: Dr Chris Edmonds
24 January 2020 | 12 minutes
Our first Podcast starts with a look at what CIE is and does. We chat with Simon Thomson and Ceri Coulby and look at how you can expect to work alongside CIE in the future.
Speakers: Simon Thomson and Ceri Coulby
07 March 2019 | 22 minutes