1. Here’s the latest two episodes in Alexandra Mihai’s “Around the world” podcast series: https://educationalist.eu/ Jenny Frederick from Yale University on Leading an Integrated Center (sic!) for Teaching and Learning and Simon Beausaert from Maastricht University on A Research-Based Approach to Faculty Development.
Here’s her latest blog post, on What’s next for online education? https://educationalist.substack.com/p/whats-next-for-online-education
“It is perhaps a good moment to try to emerge from the “pandemic fog” and think – realistically, with all the cards on the table – about our options for providing quality Higher Education in the future,” Alexandra observes.
2. And here’s the latest Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) ‘Evidence into Action’ podcast, in which an expert panel discuss the evidence around how to prepare pupils for exams effectively, Supporting pupils during exams https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/news/new-episode-of-evidence-into-action-supporting-pupils-during-exams Scroll down for all the other episodes.
3. I listened to the latest episode of A Good Read on the way home from Yorkshire this afternoon https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0019b5s and enjoyed it as I nearly always do – when I remember to listen! Today’s episode discussed books by John le Carré, Robert Macfarlane and Janice Galloway.
Six hundred and twenty-two (!) other episodes archived here https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006v8jn/episodes/player
4. And, finally and divisively, Marmite! Now proven to be good for you, like it or not! https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/marmite-could-help-quell-anxiety-vitamin-b6_uk_62d66e0de4b0116f21bfec45