June 21, 2019
In the first of a series of five special episodes aimed at educators, Colin Hill introduces the Metacognition Teaching Strategy (MTS) - supporting educators and students to use metacognitive strategies in four simple steps. You can read more about the MTS at https://uked.wiki/doku.php?id=metacognition-teaching-strategy - In the episode, listeners are invited to be part of the BETA program within the development of the MTS programme. If you are a teacher or researcher and would like to be involved in the development and testing of the programme, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in INSET (professional development) training about metacognition in your school, please see https://uked.academy/events/meta-schools/
June 7, 2019
Just a mini episode saying hello, and that we've not forgotten or neglected the UKEdPodcast. In fact, we're busy working on projects to make the podcast more meaningful for the professional development of teachers.
In this episode, Colin Hill shares plans to showcase the Metacognitive Teaching Strategy - supporting educators to use metacognitive strategies in four simple steps.
Keep tuned for the new episodes coming over the next few weeks, and we'd love for you to get involved. More information soon.
Want to know more about the Metacognition INSET we offer? Read details, and share with your school leaders, at https://uked.academy/events/meta-schools/
April 15, 2019
Hosted by Colin Hill (@digicoled), in this episode we speak to Paulina Olsson whose work has seen her explore the importance of developing emotional intelligence in young people, establishing an app called Peppy Pals that help young people articulate their emotions.
Also, we caught up with Andy Sammons, author of The Compassionate Teacher (read our review here) who argues that society has forgotten how to show compassion, and the role schools and teachers can have in helping resolve many issues dividing us.
To learn more about our webinar series, mentioned in the episode, please explore the upcoming sessions at https://ukedchat.com/webinar/ including a series on developing EdTech, and a series helping teachers implement metacognitive strategies in their classroom practice.
February 5, 2019
Hosted by Colin Hill (@digicoled), we speak to Jamie Manolov about his research into how ClassDojo is used in classrooms globally, with potential implications to data, privacy and behaviours encouraged.
Shownotes placed on the ukedchat.com website
December 28, 2018
Hosted by Colin Hill (@digicoled), in this episode we caught up with Dr Kathy Weston who has recently published a book based on engaging parents aimed at primary schools. However, we went further and focused on ideas and strategies that can be used by secondary schools as the drop off in engaging with parents is more dominant as students get older.
Explore her book, co-authored with Janet Goodall and published by Bloomsbury by visiting our review at https://ukedchat.com/2018/12/17/engaging-parents/
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November 15, 2018
Welcome to Episode 29 of the UKEd Podcast from the UKEd Magazine and UKEdChat.
We recently caught up with Year 4 teacher and "Healthy Body and Mind Leader" Adrian Bethune. Described as a 'happy hero' Adrian has recently authored a book about wellbeing in the primary classroom, where pupils are typically aged between 4 and 11 years old. You can see our review of his Bloomsbury book at https://ukedchat.com/2018/11/11/wellbeing-primary/
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October 3, 2018
Hosted by Colin Hill, we attended the launch of the Bloomsbury Young Readers series, speaking to authors Jenny McLachlan and Michaela Morgan. You can see more about the new series by clicking here.
September 23, 2018
In this episode, Colin (@digicoled) speak to Avril McDonald who shares her story about the Feel Brave books which help young children to learn and to understand some of their feelings. You can learn more about her Crown House books via https://www.crownhouse.co.uk/authors/avril-mcdonald
September 11, 2018
Recorded at the City of Moscow Education forum, our host Col @digicoled speaks to teachers and students who live and work in the Russian capital city exploring the opportunities and challenges within the local education system.
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July 18, 2018
Hosted by @digicoled, this final show for the 2017/2018 academic year concludes with John Stanier (from the Dartmoor Dispatch podcast) sharing three classroom strategies that work, providing the most impact for teaching and learning in schools.
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