Tarabrabazon's Podcast

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Sinopsis

Welcome to Tara Brabazon's Podcast. Popular culture. Media. Education. Media Literacy.

Episodios

  • Narelle Hunter 4 - The CoC questions

    08/01/2020 Duración: 30min

    Tara, Jamie and Narelle prepare Narelle for her CoC event.  We ask questions in real time.  Narelle handles the answers - as we expect - with flair and precision.

  • Core 2 - Flinders Supervisory Training

    08/01/2020 Duración: 25min

    Welcome to Core 2 - the second supervisory training session for Flinders University.

  • Core 1 - Flinders Supervisory Training

    08/01/2020 Duración: 42min

    Welcome to this first core training session for higher degree supervisors at Flinders University.

  • Core Supervisory Training - an introduction

    07/01/2020 Duración: 04min

    Tara introduces the Core Higher Degree Supervisory programme at Flinders University

  • Narelle Hunter 3 - Yes - Multiliteracy

    28/11/2019 Duración: 10min

    Narelle, Jamie and Tara talk about multiliteracy and its relationship to disciplinary literacy.  How can diversity be enabled - in curricula design and beyond - through multiliteracy?

  • Narelle Hunter 2 - Literacy. We're going mad with literacy

    20/11/2019 Duración: 12min

    Well, the project has progressed.  Narelle, Jamie and Tara start to sharpen the field and literature of literacy feeding into her disciplinary literacy research.  And yes - a breakthrough.

  • What is the relationship between undergraduate teaching and learning and PhD supervision?

    16/11/2019 Duración: 19min

    Tara Brabazon and Jamie Quinton unpick a flippant comment made by a senior Australian academic.  She dismissed the relationship between undergraduate teaching and learning and PhD supervision. But is there a relationship?  Should there be a relationship?  How is this relationship rendered meaningful?

  • Narelle Hunter 1 - Time to change the world (and science)

    30/10/2019 Duración: 06min

    The right woman.  The right time.  The right project.  Every now and again, a remarkable researcher transforms a field.  Listen to Narelle Hunter explore how disciplinary literacy can transform the teaching, learning and researching of science.

  • How the hell do you finish? A PhD story

    23/10/2019 Duración: 50min

    Tara talks with completed PhD students and scholars just at the cusp of submission.  How do you finish?  How does the PhD end?  A powerful moment in understanding the endings.

  • How are PhDs examined?

    23/10/2019 Duración: 01h50min

    The PhD examination is a dark art.  But how are they examined?  What does examination mean in the PhD space?  This podcast between Natalie Hills and Tara Brabazon - and the remarkable students at Flinders University - enters this complex and mysterious doctoral space.

  • What went wrong in my PhD and how did I make it right?

    02/10/2019 Duración: 53min

    This podcast matters.  So much goes wrong in the PhD candidature.  Let's tell those stories.  And let's explore how to improve the life and research of these students.

  • What students ask of a supervisor

    24/09/2019 Duración: 12min

    Tara conducts an end-of-seminar discussion with PhD students about their aspirations and hopes for a PhD supervisor.  Evocative.  Provocative.  Convincing.

  • Transitions, prerequisites and literacies

    15/09/2019 Duración: 52min

    Jamie and Tara talk about that key moment in education:  the transition from high school to university. That first year of university is difficult.  Attrition rates are high.  What can be done to support, scaffold and enable first year university students?  Jamie explores the specific challenges confronting science students, while Tara probes the impact on teachers and teacher education.

  • Pencasting

    25/08/2019 Duración: 32min

    Tara and Jamie Quinton talk about pencasting, and the Livescribe.  Many of us tried the smartpen a decade ago - but a new version has just been released.  But why use a smartpen?  Why did it fail a decade ago?  Why could it succeed now? And what is a pencast?  Is this a moment in the history of sonic media?

  • Authorship, supervision and the transformations to research culture

    19/08/2019 Duración: 28min

    Tara presents this flipped Professional Development training session for supervisors on 'authorship.'  One of the most volatile, nasty and complex parts of higher education, this session explores the new code of conduct and strategies to manage co-authorship.

  • Understanding injustice in group homes

    18/08/2019 Duración: 11min

    Tara talks with Tania Hall about the men and women with intellectual disabilities and their experience of group homes.  Tania's thesis has taken an unusual method, exploring the testimony of these men and women on YouTube.  Her thesis listens to the people on their own terms.  The results are startling.

  • Digitizing the regional doctorate

    18/08/2019 Duración: 19min

    Tara talks with Sue Charlton.  Sue's soon-to-be completed PhD explores regional health injustices, and how these injustices manifest in pediatric physiotherapy.  But in this podcast, Sue talks about education, teaching and learning from a regional Australian location.  How can we enable regional doctoral education through digital platforms, interfaces and initiatives?

  • Rural, regional and remote education

    15/08/2019 Duración: 21min

    Tara talks with Kathryn Hardwick-Franco about rural, regional and remote education.  Why does regionality offer to our universities?  What values do our doctoral students express when re-evaluating injustice and inequality?

  • The confirmation of candidature - a professional development session for supervisors

    05/08/2019 Duración: 19min

    Tara presents this flipped professional development session on the confirmation of candidature.  What is it?  How can this milestone enable a successful completion?  With attention to backward mapping, this 'start' of a candidature can enable a completion.

  • Sex and our universities

    21/07/2019 Duración: 44min

    A provocative title for a disturbing, confronting and difficult topic.  After the publication and dissemination of the Respect, Now, Always Report by Universities Australia, and also the emergence of the #metoo movement, how are relationships between students and staff managed in our universities?  How are borders around behaviours, roles and emotions created?  How can compassionate and kind supervision emerge, while being aware of the parameters of transgression?  Tara and Jamie discuss this complex and important issue.

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