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The Teaching Matters Podcast, created by the University of Edinburgh, complements the University's Teaching Matters blog. It invites students and staff to engage in topical conversations, and debate and celebrate learning and teaching in Higher Education.

Latest Episodes

Episode 15 - Feminist Teaching

Episode 15 is an engaging and heated discussion between PoppyGerrard Abbott andAmy Andrada, both PhD sociology candidates in the School of Social and Political Science. Poppy and Amy discuss issues such as the role of teaching from a feminist perspective, the link between feminist activism and teaching, and the place of peer support in the University. Amongst many other topics, they question the structural restraints around being a mother in academia, and delve into the way we use deficient language to describe these situations. They describe what sisterhood means to them, and ask if The University of Edinburgh has a ‘feminist’ community, as well as debating the emotional labour of building such a community.

56 minFEB 26
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Episode 15 - Feminist Teaching

Episode 14 - Commonwealth Scholars' experience of diversity and inclusion

Episode 14 is hosted by Annabel Boud, Programme Manager Policy at the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC), based in London. Led by international development objectives, CSC offers scholarships (undergraduate and postgraduate) to students living in Commonwealth countries to come and study in the UK. Since 1960, nearly 1000 Commonwealth students have studied at The University of Edinburgh under this scheme. This year, 29* students from countries such as Nigeria, Pakistan, Uganda, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are enrolled in programmes at Edinburgh, from an MSc in Global Health Policy to a PhD in Molecular Plant Sciences.

60 min2019 JUN 26
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Episode 14 - Commonwealth Scholars' experience of diversity and inclusion

Episode 13 - Who is responsible for ensuring a diverse and inclusive curriculum?

Episodes 12 and 13 are hosted by DivaMukherji,Vice President Education at Edinburgh University Students’ Association in academic year 2018/19. In both episodes, Diva is joined byDiljeet Bhachu, (PhD student at Reid School of Music, Edinburgh College of Art), Rosie Taylor (BSc Biological Sciences student), and Dr Katie Nicoll Baines (Project Manager, Evidence Base, School of Chemistry).

37 min2019 JUN 20
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Episode 13 - Who is responsible for ensuring a diverse and inclusive curriculum?

Episode 12 - Diversity and inclusion at the heart of curriculum review

Episodes 12 and 13 are hosted by DivaMukherji,Vice President Education at Edinburgh University Students’ Association in academic year 2018/19. In both episodes, Diva is joined byDiljeet Bhachu, (PhD student at Reid School of Music, Edinburgh College of Art), Rosie Taylor (BSc Biological Sciences student), and Dr Katie Nicoll Baines (Project Manager, Evidence Base, School of Chemistry).

53 min2019 JUN 19
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Episode 12 - Diversity and inclusion at the heart of curriculum review

Episode 11 - Lecture recording to support learning

Episodes 6 to 11 align with the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and was designed to provide a snapshot of lecture recording at Edinburgh, and present a range of perspectives and experiences. Episodes 10 and 11 follow on from the conversations about the value, implementation and practicalities of lecturing recording, which are discussed in episodes 6 (Implementation of lecture recording), 7 (Practicalities of lecture recording), 8 (Using lecture recording and evaluation so far), and 9 (The value and impact of lecture recording). In these episodes, Dr Jill Mackay (a Research Fellow in Veterinary Education, andprincipal investigator on the lecture recording evaluation ) returns as our guest host. She is joined by Diva Mukherji (2018/19 Vice President Education, Edinburgh University Students' Association)

14 min2019 JUN 5
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Episode 11 - Lecture recording to support learning

Episode 10 - Building a learning community

Episodes 6 to 11 align with the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and was designed to provide a snapshot of lecture recording at Edinburgh, and present a range of perspectives and experiences. Episodes 10 and 11 follow on from the conversations about the value, implementation and practicalities of lecturing recording, which are discussed in episodes 6 (Implementation of lecture recording), 7 (Practicalities of lecture recording), 8 (Using lecture recording and evaluation so far), and 9 (The value and impact of lecture recording). In these episodes, Dr Jill Mackay (a Research Fellow in Veterinary Education, andprincipal investigator on the lecture recording evaluation ) returns as our guest host. She is joined by Diva Mukherji (2018/19 Vice President Education, Edinburgh University Students' Association).

18 min2019 JUN 5
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Episode 10 - Building a learning community

Episode 9 - The value and impact of lecture recording

Episodes 6 -9 accompany the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and was designed to provide a snapshot of lecture recording at Edinburgh, and present a range of perspectives and experiences.

19 min2019 MAY 29
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Episode 9 - The value and impact of lecture recording

Episode 8 - Using lecture recording and evaluation so far

Episodes 6 -9 accompany the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and was designed to provide a snapshot of lecture recording at Edinburgh, and present a range of perspectives and experiences.

14 min2019 MAY 29
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Episode 8 - Using lecture recording and evaluation so far

Episode 7 - Practicalities of lecture recording

Episodes 6 -9 accompany the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and was designed to provide a snapshot of lecture recording at Edinburgh, and present a range of perspectives and experiences.

13 min2019 MAY 29
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Episode 7 - Practicalities of lecture recording

Episode 6 - Implementation of lecture recording

Episodes 6 -9 accompany the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and was designed to provide a snapshot of lecture recording at Edinburgh, and present a range of perspectives and experiences.

15 min2019 MAY 29
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Episode 6 - Implementation of lecture recording

Latest Episodes

Episode 15 - Feminist Teaching

Episode 15 is an engaging and heated discussion between PoppyGerrard Abbott andAmy Andrada, both PhD sociology candidates in the School of Social and Political Science. Poppy and Amy discuss issues such as the role of teaching from a feminist perspective, the link between feminist activism and teaching, and the place of peer support in the University. Amongst many other topics, they question the structural restraints around being a mother in academia, and delve into the way we use deficient language to describe these situations. They describe what sisterhood means to them, and ask if The University of Edinburgh has a ‘feminist’ community, as well as debating the emotional labour of building such a community.

56 minFEB 26
Comments
Episode 15 - Feminist Teaching

Episode 14 - Commonwealth Scholars' experience of diversity and inclusion

Episode 14 is hosted by Annabel Boud, Programme Manager Policy at the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC), based in London. Led by international development objectives, CSC offers scholarships (undergraduate and postgraduate) to students living in Commonwealth countries to come and study in the UK. Since 1960, nearly 1000 Commonwealth students have studied at The University of Edinburgh under this scheme. This year, 29* students from countries such as Nigeria, Pakistan, Uganda, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are enrolled in programmes at Edinburgh, from an MSc in Global Health Policy to a PhD in Molecular Plant Sciences.

60 min2019 JUN 26
Comments
Episode 14 - Commonwealth Scholars' experience of diversity and inclusion

Episode 13 - Who is responsible for ensuring a diverse and inclusive curriculum?

Episodes 12 and 13 are hosted by DivaMukherji,Vice President Education at Edinburgh University Students’ Association in academic year 2018/19. In both episodes, Diva is joined byDiljeet Bhachu, (PhD student at Reid School of Music, Edinburgh College of Art), Rosie Taylor (BSc Biological Sciences student), and Dr Katie Nicoll Baines (Project Manager, Evidence Base, School of Chemistry).

37 min2019 JUN 20
Comments
Episode 13 - Who is responsible for ensuring a diverse and inclusive curriculum?

Episode 12 - Diversity and inclusion at the heart of curriculum review

Episodes 12 and 13 are hosted by DivaMukherji,Vice President Education at Edinburgh University Students’ Association in academic year 2018/19. In both episodes, Diva is joined byDiljeet Bhachu, (PhD student at Reid School of Music, Edinburgh College of Art), Rosie Taylor (BSc Biological Sciences student), and Dr Katie Nicoll Baines (Project Manager, Evidence Base, School of Chemistry).

53 min2019 JUN 19
Comments
Episode 12 - Diversity and inclusion at the heart of curriculum review

Episode 11 - Lecture recording to support learning

Episodes 6 to 11 align with the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and was designed to provide a snapshot of lecture recording at Edinburgh, and present a range of perspectives and experiences. Episodes 10 and 11 follow on from the conversations about the value, implementation and practicalities of lecturing recording, which are discussed in episodes 6 (Implementation of lecture recording), 7 (Practicalities of lecture recording), 8 (Using lecture recording and evaluation so far), and 9 (The value and impact of lecture recording). In these episodes, Dr Jill Mackay (a Research Fellow in Veterinary Education, andprincipal investigator on the lecture recording evaluation ) returns as our guest host. She is joined by Diva Mukherji (2018/19 Vice President Education, Edinburgh University Students' Association)

14 min2019 JUN 5
Comments
Episode 11 - Lecture recording to support learning

Episode 10 - Building a learning community

Episodes 6 to 11 align with the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and was designed to provide a snapshot of lecture recording at Edinburgh, and present a range of perspectives and experiences. Episodes 10 and 11 follow on from the conversations about the value, implementation and practicalities of lecturing recording, which are discussed in episodes 6 (Implementation of lecture recording), 7 (Practicalities of lecture recording), 8 (Using lecture recording and evaluation so far), and 9 (The value and impact of lecture recording). In these episodes, Dr Jill Mackay (a Research Fellow in Veterinary Education, andprincipal investigator on the lecture recording evaluation ) returns as our guest host. She is joined by Diva Mukherji (2018/19 Vice President Education, Edinburgh University Students' Association).

18 min2019 JUN 5
Comments
Episode 10 - Building a learning community

Episode 9 - The value and impact of lecture recording

Episodes 6 -9 accompany the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and was designed to provide a snapshot of lecture recording at Edinburgh, and present a range of perspectives and experiences.

19 min2019 MAY 29
Comments
Episode 9 - The value and impact of lecture recording

Episode 8 - Using lecture recording and evaluation so far

Episodes 6 -9 accompany the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and was designed to provide a snapshot of lecture recording at Edinburgh, and present a range of perspectives and experiences.

14 min2019 MAY 29
Comments
Episode 8 - Using lecture recording and evaluation so far

Episode 7 - Practicalities of lecture recording

Episodes 6 -9 accompany the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and was designed to provide a snapshot of lecture recording at Edinburgh, and present a range of perspectives and experiences.

13 min2019 MAY 29
Comments
Episode 7 - Practicalities of lecture recording

Episode 6 - Implementation of lecture recording

Episodes 6 -9 accompany the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and was designed to provide a snapshot of lecture recording at Edinburgh, and present a range of perspectives and experiences.

15 min2019 MAY 29
Comments
Episode 6 - Implementation of lecture recording
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