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Podagogies: A Learning and Teaching Podcast

Podagogies is a learning and teaching podcast hosted by two curious instructors glimpsing into the strategy and improvisation that drives educators. We ask questions about what makes their classrooms tick, and we uncover compelling work of educators who bring scholarship to students in surprising ways. 

Current Episode: Debwewin: On the Pedagogy of Truth with Dr. Sheila Cote-Meek

 

 

 

 

Episode Archive

Episode 1: Introductions and Land Acknowledgment

Welcome to the first episode of Podagogies. In this episode, we discuss the format and aims of the podcast, and unpack how educators might use land acknowledgements in their teaching. Please send us your feedback, questions and comments at podagogies@ryerson.ca

 

Episode 2: Accessibility in the Classroom with Dr. Eliza Chandler

Episode 2: Accessibility in the Classroom with Dr. Eliza Chandler

In the second episode of Podagogies, Dr. Eliza Chandler describes what it means to bring disability and art together in the classroom, and explains how we might think about disability differently. Send us your feedback, questions and comments at podagogies@ryerson.ca.

Dr. Eliza Chandler is an Assistant Professor in the School of Disability Studies at Ryerson University. She is also the founding artistic director of Tangled Art Gallery, Canada's first art gallery dedicated to showcasing disability art and advancing accessible curatorial practices.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hosts

Curtis Maloley

Curtis Maloley

Curtis Maloley is an Educational Developer in the Learning and Teaching Office, and an Instructor in the The Chang School of Continuing Education and the Department of Sociology at Ryerson University. He also coordinates and facilitates the Professional Development in Teaching Program for Ryerson graduate students.

Chelsea Jones

Chelsea Temple Jones is an instructor at Ryerson University and the University of Toronto. Specializing in the topic of disability and representation, Jones's teaching focuses on writing for disability activism and research methods. She holds a PhD from the joint program in Communication and Culture at Ryerson and York Universities.