Battling Pickle Podcast
By Jon Westfall
Battling Pickle PodcastSep 18, 2023
BP 35: Little Episodes of Experience
BP 34: Ethics and Culture
BP 33: Finding a Group
BP 32: Out for a Walk
BP 31: Fall 2023 Kickoff
BP 30: Coffee Chat
BP 29: Feedback on your Feedback
BP 28: Technology in the Classroom
BP 27: System 1 vs. System 2
BP 26: Reinforcement and Punishment
BP 25: Term Papers!
BP 24: On “good teachers” and discussion group formation!
BP 23: Course Kickoff
BP 22: Welcome to Season 3
BP 21: Motivation and Major Projects
BP 20: Being a Sage?
BP 19: WWDC, Technology, and Making Connections
BP 18: Seeing Mania for Good and Bad
BP 17: Stress!
BP 16: A Walk in the Rain
BP 15: Season 2 Teaser
BP 14: On Testing
BP 13: On Productivity
BP12: History if Psychology Thoughts
BP 11: Frequencies, Distributions, and The Middle
BP 10: Statistics!
We hear about statistics a lot these days, so in this podcast episode I take some time to start unpacking the basics of them - from populations to samples, correlation not equaling causation, and measurement scales! Show Notes.
BP 9: On Resubmit and Late Work
BP 8: Reactions to the Major Project
BP 7: RTI vs MTSS
This week I cover the difference between RTI and MTSS. I also talk about how responses to my Midterm Survey in Psychology of Learning changed my mind about a change I was planning on making to the class! Show Notes.
BP 6: Dealing with Trauma
BP #5: Learner Survey and Pros of Standardized Testing
BP 4: What Is a Major Project?
BP 3: The Problems with Punishment
Punish behaviors you don't want, Reinforce those you do. For any set of behaviors, you could choose either path - so why would you want to choose Reinforcement over Punishment? Because Punishment has problems, and I'll discuss those in this podcast! Show Notes
BP 2: Routine vs. Intentionality
BP 1: The Disconnect Between the Classroom and the Real World
Join Dr. Jon Westfall as he discusses reasons why students may not connect what they’re learning in the classroom and their real world life experiences post-graduation. We’ll talk about the performance-goal mindset, methods to push students to apply material to different contexts, and how we as educators must be comfortable with many moving pieces at once! Show Notes