In this episode we continue our series on Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Sean and curry are joined by Catherine Walker (Computer Science) and Liesl Madrona (CE Instructional Designer) to get a different perspective that focuses on UDL as a framework for equality and equity.

In the fourth episode of The S.A.F.E. Topics Podcast, we change up the format from our one
word conversation to an ongoing series with universal design for learning (UDL). Our hosts
Sean and curry are joined by Aaron Holmes (Access Specialist DSPS) and Jeff Higginbotham
(Faculty Director DSPS) in an unscripted conversation on "Designing Classes for All Learners: Possibility or Pipe Dream."

In this third episode of The S.A.F.E. Topics Podcast, we continue the dynamic and fluid concept
of leaders with current student leaders. Our hosts Sean and curry are joined by Amir Naranjo
(Sociology; student ambassador; BSU) and Mana Tadayon (Computer Science; President of
Associated Student Government; Math & Science Tutor) in an unscripted conversation about
issues related to one word, "leaders."

In this second episode of The S.A.F.E. Topics Podcast, we explore the dynamic and fluid concept of leaders. Our hosts Sean and curry are joined by Maria Figueroa (Chair of Letters), Luke Lara (Counseling and Academic Senate President), and Joe Salamon (Physics Chair) in an unscripted conversation about issues related to one word, "leaders."

The S.A.F.E. Topics and (Re)Teach podcasts have teamed up to have an authentic and unscripted conversation with our colleagues about "Anti-Racism."

 

In Part 3, we focus on "The Hope"--what sources of energy, inspiration, and motivations we tap into to sustain the work of "Anti-Racism" in community college. Our colleagues Oswaldo Ramirez (Counseling), Doc Rachel Hastings (Communication Studies), Denise Stephenson (Faculty Director of the Writing Center), and Chad Tsuyuki (English Composition and Creative Writing) join Bruce, Sean, and curry for this discussion.

The S.A.F.E. Topics and (Re)Teach podcasts have teamed up to have an authentic and unscripted conversation with our colleagues about "Anti-Racism."

 

In Part 2, we focus on "The Work"--what "Anti-Racism" looks like for teaching, learning, and governance in community college. Our colleagues Oswaldo Ramirez (Counseling), Doc Rachel Hastings (Communication Studies), Denise Stephenson (Faculty Director of the Writing Center), and Chad Tsuyuki (English Composition and Creative Writing) join Bruce, Sean, and curry for this discussion.

The S.A.F.E. Topics and (Re)Teach podcasts have teamed up to have an authentic and unscripted conversation with our colleagues about "Anti-Racism."

 

In Part 1, we focus on "The Talk"--what "Anti-Racism" means for teaching, learning, and governance in community college. Our colleagues Oswaldo Ramirez (Counseling), Doc Rachel Hastings (Communication Studies), Denise Stephenson (Faculty Director of the Writing Center), and Chad Tsuyuki (English Composition and Creative Writing) join Bruce, Sean, and curry for this discussion.

In the final episode of our special series, "Going Remote," Sean and curry talk with Lisa Lane (history), Eric Robertson (communications), and Jim Sullivan (English composition) about pedagogy in a season of remote instruction and what we should do over the summer to prepare for "real" online classes in the fall.

In this episode, we talk with students in an unscripted conversation about issues related to one word, "relationships." Julie Astorga (English), Domonique Brown (nursing), and Abby Lau (medical administration) joined Sean and curry for this episode.

In this episode, we talk with faculty in an unscripted conversation about issues related to one word, "relationships." Our colleagues Bruce Hoskins (sociology), Zulema Diaz (literature and composition), Adrean Askerneese (counseling), and Scott Fallstrom (Faculty Director of the Math Learning Center) joined Sean and curry for this episode.

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