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Tenisha and Beth veer from their normal episode format to think about the question "How are you?"
Tenisha and Beth are joined by Christina Clark and Julie Morrison, both from GCC, to discuss assessment strategies for online courses. Note: This episode was recorded while we were in the midst of remote and fully online instruction. Show Note
Tenisha and Beth talk with Alexander Patrick, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), and a member of the social sciences faculty at GCC. Show notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/2021/11/gettin-down-in-dei-town.html
Tenisha and Beth talk with Cheryl Colan, the show producer, about new equipment faculty at GCC can check out from the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Engagement, and ideas for using with students. Show Notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot
Tenisha and Beth miss chatting with their colleagues. Join them as they visit with new faculty member, Biology instructor Nick Baker. Show notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/2021/02/campus-chat-with-nick-baker.html
Tenisha and Beth visit with GCC's Dr. Thomas Rojo Aubrey and discuss resiliency and its importance in life, serving, and learning. Show notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/2021/01/resiliency.html
Tenisha and Beth catch up with former Glendale Community College student Karim Soto, whom they interviewed 2 years ago after he returned from researching glass frogs in Costa Rica. They catch up with Karim on the eve of his graduation from Ariz
Tenisha and Beth run into Sean O'Brien on the virtual campus and stop to chat with him about one of his latest projects--an ePortfolio for students, staff, and faculty. Listen in and get some ideas for how you can get your students involved. S
Because they miss seeing colleagues on campus, Tenisha and Beth vary their regular episode format to engage in campus chats. In this episode, they visit with Renee Smith, Library Faculty at GCC. Show notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/2
Please join Tenisha and Beth for a chat with Safiya O’Brien, former adjunct instructor from GCC and new full-time faculty at MCC. What is she looking forward to and how is the pandemic affecting her outlook as a new full-time instructor? Show
Let's talk about mindfulness. Beth and Tenisha ask questions about mindfulness with three regular practitioners of meditation from GCC's community. Show notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/2020/08/mindfulness.html
Beth and Tenisha talk about the top 10 things they love about teaching with input from Twitter folks and Beth's brother – one of our top fans. Have a listen if you want some time to reflect on the joys of teaching. Show notes: https://twoprofsi
Tenisha and Beth talk about academic integrity, its challenges, and some strategies. Show notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/2020/01/academic-integrity.html
Beth and Tenisha talk with Terri Desai, Political Science Faculty at #GCCAZ, about ways to handle difficult conversations in the classroom. Show notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/2019/10/difficult-conversations-in-the-classroom.html
Beth and Tenisha talk with Terri Desai, Political Science Faculty at #GCCAZ, about ways to handle difficult conversations in the classroom. Show notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/2019/10/difficult-conversations-in-the-classroom.html
Our listeners asked for it, and here it is—more on Burnout! And just in time for the start of a new, busy, and successful semester. Listen now to Burnout 2.0, so you can be proactive instead of reactive to signs of burnout. Show notes: https://
Join Beth and Tenisha and their special guest Julie Morrison as they discuss assessment in higher ed. What are we trying to do with assessment? What is its relationship to student learning outcomes? We discuss assessment with #GCCAZ as a specia
Our producer, Cheryl, went rogue and snuck this stealth episode into our feed to celebrate the one year anniversary of Two Profs in a Pod. Show notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/2019/05/and-there-was-cake.html
Tenisha and Beth go on location at the POD Network Conference in Portland, Oregon, where they dig into ways to enhance your conference experiences, with segments for before, during and after the event. This longer episode also has multiple gues
Tenisha and Beth discuss tips on wrapping up the semester and winding down afterward. Do you have a tip to share? Add it to the comments on the blog! Show notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/2019/04/top-10-ways-to-wrap-up-and-wind-down.h
Tenisha and Beth talk with Kimberly Williams about creativity. This is the second part of a two-part episode. Show notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/2019/01/creativity-with-kimberly-williams-2-of-2.html
Tenisha and Beth are joined by their colleague, Kimberly Williams, in an episode about creativity. Show notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/2019/01/creativity-with-kimberly-williams-1-of-2.html
Tenisha and Beth discuss the book Robot Proof: Higher Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, which focuses on preparing students for an AI-enhanced workforce. How will this shift impact education and educators? Show notes: https://two
Helping students take advantage of opportunities and guiding them in their schooling is one of the reasons teachers do what we do. This episode is a good reminder. Show notes: https://twoprofsinapod.blogspot.com/2018/12/interview-with-karim-so
Civility is sometimes hard to find, particularly in an election season. Listen in as Beth and Tenisha tackle civility and provide some basic information and guidelines to follow.
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