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SkOP is the podcast for the SKOPE Research Centre. This podcast seeks to create a platform for researchers across different institutions to voice their thoughts on key issues related to education and skills policy to allow for informed debate. Our first season ‘The L Shape’ is focused on how education and skills policy could/should respond to the COVID-19 crisis, and we are exploring this from multiple perspectives. The Centre for Skills, Knowledge, and Organisational Performance (SKOPE) is ...
 
Discussions with experts on Sociology and Learning Theory in today's society. A global perspective that considers issues of social and educational stratification. ALL podcasts include Accessible TRANSCRIPTS
 
Considered to mark the emergence of a new literary form, the unvarnished autobiography, Confessions by Jean-Jacques Rousseau was first published in 1782, four years after his death. The philosopher and educationist whose political philosophy is credited with having inspired the French Revolution, Rousseau was a man of immense wit, talent and depth of thinking. His skill in art, music, literature and cooking along with his magnificent body of work in philosophy, politics, education and sociol ...
 
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In this episode, I talk with Dr Amy Kavanaugh, Dr Andrea Kitomary, and Dr Lindsay Stoetzel from Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, USA about their work preparing rural teacher candidates to work with diverse student populations. Accessible Transcript is available HERE This is very much an international conversation that will benefit t…
 
New research from the SKOPE Research Centre (Authors: Dr James Robson, Dr Ben Holgate, and Dr Ashmita Randhawa) and funded by the AHRC shows the importance of 'narrative' and how skills associated with the arts and humanities are valued by business leaders: https://skope.ox.ac.uk/publications/storycraft/. Hear two of the authors and the hosts of th…
 
In this episode, I talk with Dr Vivian Rath. Vivian is a teaching fellow in Trinity College Dublin and recently completed his PhD on the “social engagement experiences of disabled students in higher education in Ireland”. Click HERE for Accessible Transcript We talk about his personal journey accessing higher education as a disabled person himself.…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Edited by Laura Dong. Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests : Professor Paul Ashwin, Head of Department, Educational Research, Lancaster University (@paulashwin) ¦ Minto Felix, DPhil student, Department of Education, University of Oxford (@Mint…
 
In this episode I talk with Mags Amond, a retired post-primary school teacher and PhD candidate, about her research on a form of informal continuous professional development among teachers all over the world. It is called TEACHMEET where teaching professionals come together to encourage, edify and ‘teach’ each other through their own lived experien…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Edited by Laura Dong. Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests : Prof Sibel Erduran, Professor of Science Education and Director of Research, Department of Education,University of Oxford (@ErduranSibel) ¦ Prof Michael Reiss, Professor of Science E…
 
In this episode, I chat with Hayley Myerscough, who is currently studying to be a primary school teacher. Click HERE for Accessible Transcript We talk about her volunteer and learning experiences growing up and what fueled her passion to become a teacher. How her experiences volunteering in Girl Guides really solidified her determination to become …
 
TRIGGER WARNING: The content of this discussion is sensitive and may have a trigger effect for you. Topics discussed: pregnancy loss miscarriage abortion grief rape post-traumatic stress forced medical and community interventions historical societal interactions around sex education and baby loss Please take a moment to consider opting out if you t…
 
In this episode, I chat with Cormac Lynch, a Mountain Leader who has been hiking, rock climbing and mountaineering for over 25 years. He is a highly skilled member of the Dublin & Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team and owner of Fia Mountaineering. We discuss his experiences growing up in Wicklow Town with a sense of adventure through reading and explorin…
 
Are you a PhD student? Do you support one, work with one, love one? Do you know someone who has finished a PhD or is thinking about starting one? This episode is for you! They say that the PhD journey can feel very isolating and lonely. It often feels like you’re battling a contagious illness all alone. Don’t fear! You’re not alone, and the cure is…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Dr Courtney Marsh, a senior researcher at Ghent University. Our discussion covers a wide range of themes around Engaged Learning in the European context and forming mutual partnerships between university and community through the Interdisciplinary Consortia (IDC) at Ghent University and the Community and Students Tog…
 
This is a conversation about all things Universal Design for Learning (UDL) with Dr Margaret Flood. She is an expert in inclusive learning, teaching, teacher professional learning design and delivery, policy development and curriculum design. It is safe to say, Mags knows her stuff! Dr Flood is also a passionate, vocal advocate for the use of Unive…
 
Have you thought about reflective writing for personal, academic or professional growth and development and you're not sure how to get started? Maybe you have been journaling for a long time and need renewed inspiration. Join my conversation with Simone Cameron-Coen, Civic and Community Engagement Officer at Trinity College Dublin as we discuss the…
 
This is Part Two of and interview with Dr Andrew Gibson on the lived experiences of Irish Defence Forces personnel in civilian higher education since the 1960s. In this episode we discuss the various courses of study that Irish officers can an cannot take. We discuss James C Scott’s notion of Infrapolitics, politics and power in society, agency and…
 
This is Part One of a two part interview with Dr Andrew Gibson on the lived experiences of Irish Defence Forces personnel in civilian higher education since the 1960s. In this episode we discuss his experiences with the IDF growing up, what motivated him to do a PhD, his love hate relationship with his original topic and why he made a massive chang…
 
A brief welcome, introduction, and background to A Dash of SaLT. I am Dr Shelli Ann Garland. SaLT is an acronym for Society and Learning Today (or Sociology and Learning Theories). I am passionate about all things related to formal and informal learning, social and educational stratification, equity and social justice. teaching and learning, and en…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. In this final episode of our first season, we reflect on all that we have learnt about the impending impact of COVID-19 on the UK's labour market, education, and training. Highlights include what we would do as po…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests : Dr Craig Holmes, Labour economist, Pembroke College (@CraigPHolmes) . Introduction by Dr James Robson, Department of Education, University of Oxford So, we’ve covered a lot so far. We’ve looked at the imp…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests : Dr Gavin Killip , Researcher at the Environmental Change Institute (@ecioxford) , and Dr Steve Puttick @Steve_Puttick, Associate Professor of Teacher Education, Oxford University Department of Education (…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests : Olly Newton (@ukedgepolicy), Executive Director at the Edge Foundation, and Dr Andrea Laczik, Head of Research at the Edge Foundation (@ukedge) . As folks might remember from our Episode 0, the focus for …
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests : Ewart Keep , recently retired Professor of Education and Skills, Department of Education (@OxfordDeptofEd), University of Oxford and previous Director, SKOPE Research Centre (@SKOPEOxford) , and Sue Magui…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guest : Susan James Relly , Director, SKOPE Research Centre (@SKOPEOxford) , Department of Education (@OxfordDeptofEd), University of Oxford. Follow her on Twitter: @SusanJamesRelly In this bonus episode ‘SkOP Res…
 
Welcome! This is the first episode ever of The Skills Observatory Podcast. Produced by Ashmita Randhawa and James Robson. Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. This is season 1 of SkOP : The L - Shape. In this first episode, hosts Ashmita and James set out the goals of this new podcast, and also lay the groundwork for…
 
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