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S2E26: Dan Willingham on Applying Cognitive Science to K12 Education

I am very excited to be sharing this special episode with you, the Season 2 Finale of this podcast, featuring one of the most respected cognitive scientists in the world, Dan Willingham. Subscribe to this podcast on…SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPress Before we go over to Dan, I wanted to thank all of you who have supported … Continue reading S2E26: Dan Willingham on Applying Cognitive Science to K12 Education

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S2E25: Pamela Snow on Early Language and Literacy Skills

In this episode of Progressively Incorrect, I am joined by Dr. Pamela Snow. Dr. Snow is a professor of cognitive psychology at the School of Education at La Trobe University in Melbourne, and an absolute legend of the Science of Language and Reading. Subscribe to this podcast on…SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPress One of the most contentious … Continue reading S2E25: Pamela Snow on Early Language and Literacy Skills

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S2E24: Nidhi Sachdeva on Microlearning with Cognitive Science Principles

In this episode of Progressively Incorrect, I interview Nidhi Sachdeva, a Toronto-based PhD candidate who, like many of you I suspect, is exploring ways to embed the science of learning into teaching and professional development. Subscribe to this podcast on…SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPress I first came across Nidhi on Twitter, where she shares these amazingly digestible … Continue reading S2E24: Nidhi Sachdeva on Microlearning with Cognitive Science Principles

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S2E23: Tracing Woodgrains on Student Loan Forgiveness, Tracking, and Internet Garbage

In this episode of Progressively Incorrect, I'm joined by Tracing Woodgrains. Trace is the Chief of Staff for Blocked and Reported, a show that bills itself as "a podcast about dumb internet garbage." As someone who is unusually interested in the myths and mumbo jumbo of our dear teaching profession, I was honored that Trace … Continue reading S2E23: Tracing Woodgrains on Student Loan Forgiveness, Tracking, and Internet Garbage

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S2E22: Adam Boxer on Homework and Building Ratio

In this episode, I will be speaking to an absolute legend of teacher blogging and lefty-trad education, Adam Boxer. Adam is the editor of the researchED Guide to Explicit and Direct Instruction, author of Teaching Secondary Science, and, for me, the LeBron James of practical advice about how to actually teach a lesson. After recent … Continue reading S2E22: Adam Boxer on Homework and Building Ratio

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S2E21: Marcy Stein on Engelmann’s Direct Instruction and Project Follow Through

I have a very special guest for you this week! Dr. Marcy Stein, professor emeritus and lead author of Direct Instruction Mathematics, came on the Progressively Incorrect podcast to talk to us about Project Follow Through and Zig Engelmann's Direct Instruction programs. Subscribe to this podcast on...SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPress This is a fantastic episode that … Continue reading S2E21: Marcy Stein on Engelmann’s Direct Instruction and Project Follow Through

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S2E20: Nathaniel Swain on the way out of the Educational Zeitgeist

In this episode of Progressively Incorrect, I chat with Dr. Nathaniel Swain about the work he is doing with teachers and middle leaders to ensure that all students receive instruction that is informed by the science of learning. This is one of those episodes that is jammed packed full of insights and interesting tidbits, including … Continue reading S2E20: Nathaniel Swain on the way out of the Educational Zeitgeist

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S2E19: Daniel Bundred on Tackling Behavior in Tricky Schools

In this episode of Progressively Incorrect, we will continue our journey through the education debates by chatting with Daniel Bundred about behavior, specifically on how to turn around a school that struggles to manage it. Subscribe to this podcast on…SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPress I think this episode is a fantastic example of how networking and social … Continue reading S2E19: Daniel Bundred on Tackling Behavior in Tricky Schools

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S2E18: Milou van Harsel on Worked Examples and Self-Regulated Learning

On the one hand, we can imagine that starting by having students explore the problem could help them analyze the problem more fully, and perhaps open their eyes to the knowledge gaps they have around that topic. On the other hand, providing students with a problem they can't possibly solve on their own could frustrate … Continue reading S2E18: Milou van Harsel on Worked Examples and Self-Regulated Learning

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S2E17: Saskia Giebl on the Bjork Lab and Googling for Learning

Welcome back to Progressively Incorrect, a podcast about artificial intelligence, emotional intelligence, and just plain regular intelligence. I am your host, Dr. Zach Groshell, and in this week's episode I have the pleasure of interviewing Saskia Giebl about the benefits and perils of using Google for learning.Subscribe to this podcast on…SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPressI’m often told … Continue reading S2E17: Saskia Giebl on the Bjork Lab and Googling for Learning