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We’ve always got episodes bubbling away in the background, in various states of undress and preparation. Here’s what we’ve got at the moment. Transparent practice innit!

Working titleThemesStatusContributors
Pedagogies of VR in crazy golfWe play VR crazy golf, while talking about VR in education. So meta.90% planned, recording 8th October.Mike C, Mark C, Mark W
Could phenomenography increase the happiness quotient in Say Yes To The Dress?Phenomenography ! I’m looking forward to finding out what it is. And say yes to the dress, which I understand to be a show on the 50% planned, recording in Nov?Mike C, Mark C, Sheila W
What does master butchery and Learning Design have in common?Daniel Day Lewis, method acting, inhabiting a character – how that can be used to explore the student perspective in designPlanning 50%Mike C, Becky M, 3rd person???
The Devil Wears Imposter SyndromeExploring the feelings of imposter syndrome in the Learning Design role. It’s something that has come up from quite a variety of colleagues – using The Devil Wears Prada as a framePlanning 90% – Recording October 2021Mike C, Becky M, Mark C
Funlosophy – making tricky topics accessibleUsing Dom Jordan’s ‘Funlosophy’ approach to introducing and exploring philosophical concepts with his team as a way to draw connections across some of the pedagogies we’ve already covered, and discuss approaches for making tough stuff fun to learn.Recorded, editing for Oct releaseMike C, Dom J, Mark C
Activity theory + ???Carlos has spent years looking at activity theory, Mark has spent years looking at social constructivism. Lets get the two in the same recording and see what happens. This one needs a good pop culture hook.25% plannedMike C, Carlos M,
Mark C
Pedagodzilla movie nightWe need to get some movie talk out of our systems. Lets talk about highbrow movie stuff for a while.25% plannedMike C, Mark C, Becky C, Others
GamificationWe ended up talking about it for half of the open mic night, this is something we clearly need to get out of our systems! Needs a good universal framework to hang off. Can we get a really bloody stupid question in there to give ourselves a bit of structure? Have added Jonathan and James from Twitter to the episode Roster 😀25% plannedMike C, Mark C, Mark W, Liz E, Paul A, Jonathan D, James Y
The Truly Open Mic NightThese Open Mic nights are a laugh and a half, but what if they could be laughier, halfier and enjoy a wider spread of voices? Let’s kick off 2022 with an Open Mic night that anyone from Twitter can contribute towards. Same rules as always, a 1-5min performance of something to do with education, pedagogy, lived teaching experience. Poems, songs, monologues, rants, lightning talks, audio puppet shows, standup – whatever you fancy.0% planned but where we’re going we don’t need plans.Mike C, Mark C and the internet
Playful LearningWe need to do an episode on Playful Learning. It’s come up a few times while covering other things, and as we’re learning playfully it seems daft not to. Needs a good silly pop culture lens this one.10% plannedMike C, Mark C, playful learning expert X