COVID-19 changed face-to-face teaching and learning across all levels (primary, secondary, tertiary or higher education) as we know it. Julius-Cezar MacQuarie Research Affiliate, Central European University | STAR-UBB Fellow, Babeș-Bolyai University In a similar fashion to the Coffee and Cocktails® (C&C) podcast custom, with speakers having their chosen drink as they participate in Dr Ann… Continue reading Lost in transition? COVID-19 changed face-to-face teaching and learning across all levels
Our next guest speaker for episode 20 on 'Turning Negatives into Postives' features independent scholar, Dr Mounia Mnouer, who will be talking about rediscovering her family's history during the colonization of Morocco. ******* I am an Indigenous, Muslim North African, specifically from Morocco. I reside in Arizona, in a beautiful mountain town north of the… Continue reading Dr Mounia Mnouer on ‘Turning Negatives into Positives’
‘The ghost of care in education and academia at the moment thrives on the intimate, fundamentally personal experience of these struggles, which often leads us to assume our own, isolated responsibility for causing and curing our problems – obscuring the burdens heaved by sexism, racism, elitism, etc. which converge with the current demands of education… Continue reading Episode 17: COVID series Part II: Addressing Mental Health (and poor working conditions)
The C&C Team is gearing up for it's newest episode on addressing mental health issues with cultural historian, Dr Katy Layton-Jones, and former Male Welfare Officer at the University of Oxford, Joseph Uhlar. Stay tuned! *Like the topics we’re discussing? Consider becoming a Patreon member for as little as £1 per month to help finance our team… Continue reading New Episode: Addressing Mental Health- coming soon!