Help Wanted: Teachers

In this episode, we talk to student teachers who have stepped up to fill needs in classrooms as schools struggle to stay open among pandemic demands. But the teaching shortage is not new. What do schools need, and what can we do about it? We talk to Dean Julian Vasquez … Read More

Latinx Voices – The Power of Education

In honor of Latinx/Hispanic Heritage month, five future and current educators share stories of being inspired to teach, overcoming challenges, and their commitment to having a positive impact on the lives they touch. Listen on Libsyn (external link)

Measuring Success: Part II (What do we do now?)

We’re talking about how to find meaning behind the numbers in part 2 of our talk with Dr. Kelly Bradley, Chair of the Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation at the University of Kentucky College of Education. We discuss a college program that prepares students to look more holistically … Read More

Episode 2: Measuring Success – Part I

How do we know what students know? What are we measuring, and why? Where do we go from here? Those are the kinds of questions that Dr. Kelly Bradley, Chair of the Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation at the University of Kentucky College of Education, thinks about. But … Read More

Episode 1: Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and Recess

We know we feel better when we move – but can it also improve learning? Dr. Alicia Fedewa from the University of Kentucky College of Education Department of Educational, School and Counseling Psychology talks about her work to determine what effect movement breaks have on students. Listen on Libsyn (external … Read More