Developod – TDSIG’s podcast on teacher development
The Feedback Episode: This 7th episode centres around the potentially polemic question of how to give and receive feedback within the setting of both official and peer observations of teachers. Christian Tiplady and Matthew Noble introduce Ideas for how we may more usefully approach developmental feedback to guide it a non-judgemental way. They incorporate inspiration from fields of research such as ‘Cooperative Development’ and ‘Non-Violent Communication.’
In this 6th Episode Christian Tiplady and Matthew Noble introduce a range of teachers – both less and more experienced – who are answering the question: “What one concept has been catalytic to your own development as a teacher?” Listeners are asked to consider the same question and how this concept has influenced their own development.
Episode 5 BONUS
In this 5th bonus episode Matthew Noble introduces an interview with Gerhart Erasmus before the IATEFL 2018 conference, as well as Gerhart’s reflections post conference. Gerhart was the winner of the TDSIG Michael Berman scholarship for 2018. Matthew gives you an overview of how you can apply for the 2019 scholarship. tdsig.org/scholarship/
In this 4th episode in the Developod Series, Adrian Underhill talks about his learning at IATEFL 2018 (in Brighton, UK), about emancipatory teaching, and about the difference between communication and expression.
The third Developod Episode from IATEFL’s TDSIG. The theme is ‘Keeping up your Mojo’ and we hear from Maria and Duran on how they have been keeping up their teacher development.
In this, the second episode of the TDSIG podcast, Christian Tiplady asks a number of teachers at varying stages of their careers to share with use their new beginnings and teacher development resolutions!
‘The Introview’: In their very first TDPOD, we find out about the TDSIG: What is TDSIG and who is involved? What does TDSIG do for teachers? And how can language teachers and other interested parties be involved?