Posts Categorized: What We Are Learning About Learning Podcast

What We’re Learning About Learning Podcast: Supporting Student Wellbeing and Learning

Students everywhere have experienced the brunt of the pandemic not only through learning loss but also through extended, well-documented mental health issues. Results from a survey done by the Center for Collegiate Mental Health in 2021 show that students struggle to cope with coursework and the pressure to excel in school, especially as their priorities… Read more »

Concurrent Hybrid Teaching Resources

As we move back into the physical classroom space, we at CNDLS have collected a number of resources to help you plan, prepare, and troubleshoot possible concurrent hybrid learning situations. These resources are available in multiple modalities–written guides, video tutorials, and podcast episodes that focus on professors’ personal experience. 

What We’re Learning About Learning: Tips for Making the Most of the Spring Semester

“I was surprised by many aspects of how the semester unfolded, so it seemed to require constant reassessment and readjustment,” shared GU Linguistics professor Marissa Fond during CNDLS’ December Digital Learning Days. In those plenary sessions, eight Georgetown faculty shared their experiences from this year’s anything-but-normal fall semester. Their insights—what they brought from virtual teaching… Read more »

What We’re Learning About Learning: Teaching Georgetown’s Slaveholding History

“In terms of anti-racist pedagogy,” says GU History professor Adam Rothman in the most recent episode of our What We’re Learning About Learning podcast, “There’s two levels to it. One is just paying attention to the needs of students of color in our classes, like just being attentive to their concerns. And then, the other… Read more »

What We’re Learning About Learning: From Accommodations to Accessibility

Over the last year and a half in particular, we’ve learned a lot about the many barriers that can stand between our students and their education. Now that we’re back to mostly in-person learning, we need to keep finding ways to break down the barriers that our students face, especially in cases where students have… Read more »

What We Are Learning About Learning: Episode 5

artwork by Clare Reid Graduate students occupy a complicated role in higher education. Situated between undergraduates and faculty, they are students—though they don’t always get the focus and attention that undergraduate students get—and many of them are simultaneously in instructional roles—as tutors, TAs, and instructors of record. In the latest episode of the CNDLS podcast… Read more »

What We Are Learning About Learning: Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Practice

Artwork by Clare Reid Higher education’s deep racial inequalities require more than just building awareness. To properly address these injustices, professors need to engage in anti-racist policies and teaching methods in order to change their classrooms and the campus environment for the better. In the latest episode of the What We’re Learning About Learning podcast,… Read more »

What We’re Learning About Learning – Episode 3

Illustration by Clare Reid In Episode 3 of our podcast “What We’re Learning About Learning,” CNDLS spoke with faculty and students about experiential assignments in class. These assignments encourage students to step away from their computer, or even outside of their homes, to strengthen their connection to course material as well as their relationships with… Read more »

A Pandemic Year In Review: Lessons Learned for Remote Teaching and Learning

image bu Omar Al-Ghossen It’s hard to believe it’s been more than a full year of remote teaching and learning as a result of COVID-19.  While we’re all looking forward to the day when in-person classes can safely resume, higher education has learned a lot through the crisis. In the first two episodes of the… Read more »