The IPDA PodcastNov 21, 2022
Keynote Conversations: Lizana Oberholzer
In this episode, Sean Starr speaks with Lizana Oberholzer about her keynote at the IPDA conference entitled: What role can mentoring and coaching play to unlock the ECR's potential to engage with collaborative professional learning communities, to look to the future?
Keynote Conversations; Carol Azumah Dennis
Sean Starr speaks with Carol Azumah Dennis ahead of her IPDA keynote entitled 'Cultivating the Ethical Imagination'.
Keynote conversations: Carol Campbell
Sean Starr speaks with Carol Prof Carol Campbell about her keynote at IPDA 2022 entitled 'Professional Learning for Future Educational Change: Moving from Pandemic Challenges to Realizing New Possibilities'.
Keynote conversations: Andy Hargreaves
Ahead of his keynote at the IPDA conference, Sara Smith catches up with Andy Hargreaves. His presentation is entitled 'When Teaching Together Means Learning for All' and is about teacher collaboration and inclusion.
Keynote Conversations: Beatriz Pont
In this episode Stuart Mitchell speaks to Beatriz Pont about her upcoming keynote at the IPDA Conference entitled 'Bridging the practice gap: the power of professional learning to transform education'.
Catching up with Louise McKnight
In this episode Marie Huxtable catches up with Louise McKnight, current IPDA Chair, to speak about her work, the forthcoming conference and her hopes for the association.
Keynote Conversations: Haiyan Qian
Ahead of the 2022 IPDA conference Gayle Le Mine speaks with Haiyan Qian about her keynote - Doing the ‘next’ right thing: Promoting professional learning with ‘solidarity and solidity’.
Associate Professor at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership and Director of The Joseph Lau Luen Hung Charitable Trust Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change.
Author Conversations: Lorna Arnott and Kate Wall on The Theory and Practice of Voice in Early Childhood
This podcast was recorded for the IPDA conference and features Lorna Arnott and Kate Wall on their book 'The Theory and Practice of Voice in Early Childhood' published by Routledge.
Originating from the international seminar series, Look Who’s Talking, this book brings together researchers and early childhood practitioners to give and support ‘voice’ in respect to different aspects of young children’s lived experience.
Author Conversations: Caroline Daly on Debates in English Teaching
This podcast was created for the IPDA Conference and features Caroline Daly speaking about her book Debates in English Teaching, published by Routledge. Written by leading experts in the field, the chapters bring together theoretical knowledge and contemporary perspectives to offer fresh insight into the most salient debates in the field of English teaching.
Author conversations: Lizana Oberholzer on Secondary Behaviour Management
This podcast was created for the IPDA International Conference 2020, featuring Lizana Oberholzer speaking about her book 'Secondary Behaviour Management' published by Routledge. The chapters in this collection explore one of the most challenging aspects of learning to teach in the secondary school: managing behaviour.
Author Conversations: Carolyn Blackburn on Developing Inclusive Practice for Young Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
Carolyn gives an insight into her book 'Developing Inclusive Practice for Young Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: A Framework of Knowledge and Understanding for the Early Childhood Workforce'.
Author Conversations: Discussing the PDiE journal and early years special edition
In this episode Ken Jones and Jane Waters-Davis speak about the PDiE journal and special edition on early years and the subsequent book around this topic.
Author Conversations: Matt O’Leary on his guide to Classroom Observation
We speak to Matt O’Leary, Professor of Education and Director of CSPACE research centre at Birmingham City University, about his book ‘Classroom Observation: A Guide to the Effective Observation of Teaching and Learning’.
Author Conversations: Elizabeth White on 'Being a Teacher Educator'
In this episode we speak with Liz White. Liz leads mentor development and research in teacher education in the School of Education at the University of Herfordshire. In this episode she speaks about her book ‘Being a Teacher Educator: Research-Informed Methods for Improving Practice’, co-authored with Anja Swennen.
Author Conversations: Ewan Ingleby on Neoliberalism Across Education
In this episode we chat to Ewan Ingleby, whose book, which was launched at the IPDA Conference 2021, is entitled ‘Neoliberalism Across Education. Policy And Practice From Early Childhood Through Adult Learning’.
Keynote conversations: Asmaa Al-Fadala
In this episode we catch up with Asmaa ahead of her keynote at IPDA 2021 entitled 'Innovation Labs as Engines for Schools Transformation'.
Asmaa Al-Fadala is the director of research and content development at WISE, an initiative of Qatar Foundation.
Keynote conversations: Vidya Shah
In this episode Lizana Oberholzer speaks with Dr Vidya Shah, who is an educator, scholar and activist committed to equity and racial justice in the service of liberatory education. She is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education at York University, and her research explores anti-racist and decolonizing approaches to leadership in schools, communities, and school districts.
Vidya's keynote at the IPDA Conference 12021 is entitled '(Un)Professional (Un)Learning'.
Keynote Conversations: Allana Gay
In this episode Sara Smith speaks with Allana Gay about here forthcoming keynote at the IPDA International Conference 2021. Allana is a teacher, education advisor and speaker and is cofounder of the BAMEed Network. Her keynote at the conference is entitled: Driving Change through Grassroots Organisations: Reimagining and interrogating the role grassroots organisations such as BAMEed play in addressing racism.
Keynote Conversations: Vivienne Porritt
Vivienne is cofounder and global strategic leader for WomenEd, a global grassroots movement which connects aspiring and existing women leaders in education and gives women leaders a voice in education. She is also vice-president of the Chartered College of Teaching.
In her keynote Vivienne will speak about her research based on lived experiences of women in education and leadership.
Keynote conversations: Saran Stewart
In this episode, Dave Johnston speaks to Saran Stewart, Associate Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs, and Director of Global Education at the Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut.
Saran's forthcoming keynote at theIPDA conference 2021 is entitled: Decolonizing Academic Spaces: Moving Beyond Diversity to Promote Racial Equity in Postsecondary Education.
Keynote conversations: Mauricio Pino Yancovic
In this podcast, Dave Johnston speaks with Mauricio Pino Yancovic, Associate Researcher of the Center for Advanced Research in Education, Institute of Education at the Universidad de Chile. They discuss his work with professional learning networks and the forthcoming IPDA conference on marginalised voices.
IPDA Scotland on Digital Literacies and professional learning - pre, post and during COVID times
IPDA Scotland vice-Chair Suzie DIck hosts this podcast with Lee Dunn (Scottish Digital Academy), Stewart McPhail (Sanday and Eday Schools), Wim Chalmet (Gairloch High School) and Peter Bain (Oban High and Tiree Schools).
In this IPDA Scotland podcast, Suzie Dick speaks with Lee Dunn (Scottish Digital Academy), Stewart McPhail (Sanday and Eday Schools), Wim Chalmet (Gairloch High School) and Peter Bain (Oban High and Tiree Schools) about digital learning and professional development for those working in remoter areas of Scotland. This podcast discusses with 3 head teachers working in remote areas of Scotland and the head of the Scottish Digital Academy about the continual growth of digital learning and the differences that it has made in terms of accessibility to professional learning for staff working in remoter areas of Scotland.
Keynote Conversations: Prof Daphnee Lee
Ahead of her keynote at the IPDA Conference on Identity grafting, values, and Professional Development, Stuart Mitchell speaks to Daphnee Lee. Assistant Professor, Education University of Hong Kong.
Keynote Conversations: Prof Mary Ryan
Leading up to the IPDA Conference 2021 we speak to our keynote speakers. In this episode Mary Ryan, Professor and Dean of Education at Macquarie University, Sydney, speaks with Lizana Oberholzer. Her keynote at the. conference is entitled 'Teaching about, to and for diversity: Exploring a new pedagogy of teacher education and learning.
IPDA England podcast on the value of grassroots CPD with Richard Holme
Meeting the needs of teachers and teacher educators is at the heart of effective CPD. Learning can take place in different forms, and grassroots CPD is an important learning opportunity for many teachers, which is often born out of need, and provides rich opportunities for new learning to take place. In this podcast the value of grassroots CPD is explored with the aim to extend the discussion in the IPDA England Event on the 6th September 2021.
What are the key characteristics that enhance CPD? With Dr Paul Vare
In this episode Lizana Oberholzer speaks with Dr Paul Vare, Chair of the UCET CPD forum, on the recent UCET discussion paper around the key characteristics that will enhance CPD to ensure that it has a powerful and lasting impact?
IPDA Scotland podcast with Rachel Shanks and Mark Carver
In this IPDA Scotland podcast, John Mynott speaks with Rachel Shanks (University of Aberdeen) and Mark Carver (University of Strathclyde) about New Teachers’ responses to the Covid-19 pandemic. This podcast talks about new teacher efficacy, reflexivity and responding the challenge of moving teaching and learning online during the 2020 pandemic.
IPDA Scotland speak with Barbara Becnel
In this podcast, IPDA Scotland Chair Catriona Oates speaks with Barbara Becnel (PhD student, University of Edinburgh) about decolonising our own minds. This podcast talks about racism, diversity, microaggressions and social justice. Through Barbara and Catriona's dialogue you will be challenged to consider your own thinking, perceptions and actions.
Keynote conversations: Prof Eline Vanassche
Ahead of the IPDA 2020 conference, Lizana Oberholzer speaks with Prof Eline Vanassche about her keynote on Success or failure in teacher education.
Keynote conversations: Dr Jo Finch
Dr Jo Finch joins us ahead of her IPDA 2020 conference keynote on 'Challenges, Candour and Courageous Conversation - Supporting Struggling Students on Placement'.
Keynote Conversations: Dr Vince Clarke
Lizana Oberholzer speaks to Dr Vince Clarke ahead of his keynote at the IPDA 2020 conference on Professional Standards in Paramedic Practice-based Learning.
Keynote conversations: Prof Raj Mestry
Ahead of the IPDA 2020 International Conference, Lizana Oberholzer speak to Prof Raj Mestry, University of Johannesburg.
Keynote conversations: Dr Katie Strom
Lizana Oberholzer speaks to Katie Strom ahead of the IPDA International Conference 2020.