Nothing Never Happens
By Tina Pippin
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Greetings and welcome to the Nothing Never Happens podcast. I’m Tina Pippin, your host, on a journey into educational or pedagogical theory and questions of democracy, freedom, and liberatory teaching. I am creating an episodic podcast series on critical pedagogy which investigates issues around power and authority in the classroom, democratic practices, popular education models, radical and anarchist educational theories and general dreaming of a better world with our students and community partners.
||CleanTheatre as Pedagogy: Victoria Rue Interview Part 2||In the second half of our conversation Victoria Rue talks about the importance of theatre in the classroom as a way to break out of the ruts and old habits of traditional teaching. She offers suggestions for tools on the journey,||8/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTheatre as Pedagogy: A Conversation with Victoria Rue: Part One||Victoria Rue is a professor, author, playwright, theatre director and workshop leader, and Roman Catholic womanpriest. She has taught at San Jose State University from 2004 to the present in Comparative Religious Studies and Women’s Studies.||8/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMarc Weinblatt: Part Two: Theatre for Systemic Change||In Part Two: Theatre for Systemic Change, Marc talks about his experiences with Forum Theatre and Legislative Theatre in addressing community issues. With over 30 years experience, Marc shows the successes, opportunities,||7/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTheatre of Liberation: Marc Weinblatt of the Mandala Center for Change: Part One||“Theatre is a form of knowledge; it should and can also be a means of transforming society. Theatre can help us build our future, rather than just waiting for it.”—Augusto Boal, Theatre of the Oppressed Marc Weinblatt has been a professional educa||7/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEcopedagogies: Part 2||In Part 2 of our podcast on ecopedagogies, Laurel Kearns and Tim Van Meter take us through several concrete pedagogical practices in ecoliteracy and ecopedagogy. They discuss the use of autogeographies in their classrooms to enable students to examine .||6/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEcopedagogies: Part 1||In this first of hopefully many podcasts on the topic of ecopedagogies, I am joined by Prof. Laurel Kearns of Sociology and Religion and Environmental Studies at Drew Theological School and the Graduate Division of Religion at Drew University and Prof..||6/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPopular Education for Social Change: The New Poor People’s Campaign, Part 2||In Part 2 Colleen and Willie bring us to the challenges of our current time with specific strategies for educating about systemic poverty. They show us an intersectional approach and offer tools for meeting people where they are.||5/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPopular Education for Social Change: The New Poor People’s Campaign||At the fiftieth anniversary of the Memphis Sanitation Workers’ Strike, the Poor People’s Movement, and the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I invited two activist-scholars involved in the New Poor People’s Movement to talk ab||5/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIntersectional Pedagogies Part 2||In Part 2 of the podcast Professors Case and Rios talk about student and institutional resistance and challenges, along with concrete curricular and teach suggestions for a culturally relevant pedagogy.||4/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIntersectional Pedagogies||This podcast focuses on intersectional pedagogies, and what the consideration of multiple socially-constructed identities and social locations bring to the learning journey. The conversation is with two leaders in the field, Profs.||4/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Nothing Never Happens
Thoughtful, provocative, and engaging. Thanks.
Cutting edge pedagogy
Brings together research and practice in a way that is both useful and compelling.
This has become one of my favorite podcasts. Great content.