By Frithjof Petscheleit
Educating FrithjofMar 21, 2023
To PID And Beyond
Critical Incident Questionnaire
Cultural Safety Education
Solving an Ethical Dilemma
The Balance Of Power In The Classroom
The Gifts And Handicaps We Bring to The Table
Four Core Assumptions of Skillful Teaching
A Safe Space To Learn
My Teaching Philosophy
Fear Is The Path To The Dark Side
Cycling The World
If I Had a Billion Dollars
I Write Because I Can
Maybe We Have A Baking Gene?
Rain on Mars
We Almost Lost These Microorganisms
The Importance of Participation in Trades Education
The Four Traps of Evaluation
This is the first assignment in the course I am taking at VCC toward my PIDP Diploma.
This episode is also available as a blog post: http://frithjof.blog/2022/08/07/the-four-traps-of-evaluation/
Essential Skills in Trades Education
The second reflective writing assignment explores the question of whether we need to teach essential skills in adult education or focus solely on technical skills.
This episode is also available as a blog post: http://frithjof.blog/2022/03/09/essential-skills-in-trades-education/
The Neurodivergent Owner's Manual
When I learned about how our brain learns during the cognitive science session of the course I am taking (PIDP 3100), I could not help but think about my own and my daughter’s challenges.
Find links to all sources on my blog: https://frithjof.blog/2021/11/06/the-neurodivergent-owners-manual/
Indigenous Learning Philosophies
For the learning theory report in my PIDP course at VCC, I chose to learn about Indigenous learning philosophies. As always when I learn about the cultures we settlers have oppressed (and still do), I am blown away by the richness and depth of things we still need to learn. To put all of what I learned into a five-minute video was difficult and I invite you to discuss further in the comments of the blog post.
Trends in Adult Education
Welcome to my new podcast on Adult Education.
In my first episode, I interview Chantale Hutchinson from Okanagan College.
Find more about this on my blog.