Interviews & Media
The Lecture Breakers Podcast
I'm the creator and host of the the Lecture Breakers podcast. This is the place where college professors, instructors, and educators share innovative teaching strategies to inspire you to break up your lecture (or sometimes break away from it completely!), energize your classroom, increase student engagement, and improve learning. Listen and subscribe!
Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast (Coming in September!)
I will be talking with Dr. Bonni Stachowiak later this fall about teaching, learning, and podcasting! Stay tuned!
Online Business Launchpad Podcast with Trudy Rankin
In episode 65, I share my 4-step Lesson Planning Made Easy framework which can be adapted to any course in any format. Educators, entrepreneurs, presenters, and trainers can apply this process to create engaging and well-designed lessons. I also share a little more about my journey into entrepreneurship and offer advice for those who are thinking about starting your own side hustle, project, or business.
The EdUp EdTech Podcast
In episode 24 of Holly Owens' EdUp EdTech podcast, I share a little more about my journey into faculty development. From starting as an intern to launching my own business, Holly and I talk about lessons learned along the way and why I enjoy creating spaces for educators to connect, learn, and share ideas. Listen and subscribe!
The First Time Facilitator Podcast
In episode 147 of the First Time Facilitator podcast, I talk with Leanne Hughes about creating more engaging learning experiences and training sessions. I also share how I created the first Lecture Breakers Virtual Summer Conference.
Academics Mean Business Podcast with Dr. Lindsay Padilla
In episode 20 of the Academics Mean Business podcast with Dr. Lindsay Padilla, I share my experience turning my academic work into a business and how to leverage your scholarly expertise in the entrepreneurial space. (Note: This podcast has been renamed Wealthy Teachers.)
The GradBlogger Podcast
In episode 84 of the GradBlogger podcast, Dr. Chris Cloney and I talk about how I designed and launched the first Lecture Breakers Virtual Summer Conference.
Higher Ed Podcast
I share 5 ways to break up your lectures in this interview with the Higher Ed podcast team! I also share a little more about my journey from working in higher education to starting my own business to serve educators and provide more professional development opportunities.
The Nine-Five Podcast
In episode 25 of the Nine-Five podcast hosted by Nick Nalbach, I am one of several entrepreneurs who share our stories about why we started podcasting and what podcasting has done for our audiences and our businesses. A great episode for prospective podcasters!
Cheeky Scientist Radio
In episode 25 of the Cheeky Scientist Radio podcast with Dr. Isaiah Hankel, I share the 7 most valuable transferable skills in teaching and how you can highlight these skills when preparing for a job outside of academia.
The EdTech Weekly Podcast
In episode 106 of the EdTech Weekly podcast, I talk with Ricky Zager about the FLIP model in higher education and how to start implementing the flipped model without getting overwhelmed.
In episode 05, I talk with Dr. Mark Hofer about flipped course design in higher education. Mark's Luminaris blog and podcast is focused on creating meaningful and engaging learning experiences and using technology in effective and engaging ways.
Dr. Kevin Coleman's Teaching & Learning Podcast
In this interview with Dr. Kevin Coleman, I talk about the FLIP, the flipped model in higher education, and instructional design to promote student engagement. We also discuss what it's like to build a business based on your scholarly work and how to get started in entrepreneurship.
LearnPower and iTeachers
In this interview with LearnPower and iTeachers, I share a brief overview of what the FLIP is and how to increase student engagement. This link connects you to the transcript from this conversation.
If you are looking for a guest for your podcast, contact me and let's work together! Topics: teaching and learning in higher education, flipped learning, active learning, instructional design, professional development for graduate students and postdocs, faculty development, podcasting, and entrepreneurship.