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Hosted by Dr. Pauline Schmidt and Dr. Kruger-Ross, Notorious Pedagogues chronicles the notorious adventures of co-teaching WRH 325, a course for secondary English educators on the powers and challenges of integrating educational technologies.
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Hosted by Dr. Pauline Schmidt and Dr. Kruger-Ross, Notorious Pedagogues chronicles the notorious adventures of co-teaching WRH 325, a course for secondary English educators on the powers and challenges of integrating educational technologies.

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What have we been up to? (Fall 2019 Edition)
In late September 2019, Drs. Kruger-Ross & Schmidt sat down to discuss recent updates with their scholarly activities. Listen in on our conversation!
23:54
October 23, 2019
Welcome back to Fall 2019!
Drs. Schmidt & Kruger-Ross share  about their summer activities and scholarly work in this welcome back episode. (This episode was recorded in late September 2019.)
13:28
October 20, 2019
The Future of Book Club: Spring 2020 and Beyond
In this episode, Drs. Schmidt and Kruger-Ross look back and reflect on the Book Club assignment/podcast and sketch out where this assignment might lead in the future.  This episode is a focused window into our pedagogical thought process -- and who knows if it will pan out in the future as we've sketched it out here! 
18:44
June 24, 2019
Book Club 4 - The Great Gatsby and The House on Mango Street
Here is the fourth episode in the Book Club Podcast series! In this Book Club Podcast special episode, we speak with Nina, Rowan, Michael, and Molly about The Great Gatsby and The House on Mango Street.
26:22
June 22, 2019
Book Club 3 - To Kill a Mockingbird and All American Boys
Here is the third episode in the Book Club Podcast series! In this Book Club Podcast special episode, we speak with Bizzy, Kenny, Taylor,  Meghan, and Camryn about To Kill a Mockingbird and All American Boys. Also mentioned in this episode: Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee
25:26
June 20, 2019
Looking Back on Spring 2019 WRH 325
In this episode, Drs. Schmidt and Kruger-Ross look back and reflect on WRH 325 Spring 2019. What worked? What needs to change for the next iteration? How will the course continue to evolve? Have a listen to find out! Mentioned in this episode: Lesson Plan Template provided by the College of Education and Social Work Candidate Assessment Resources -- https://www.wcupa.edu/education-socialWork/assessmentAccreditation/assessmentResources.aspx (at the bottom of the page under Appendices)
21:06
June 18, 2019
Book Club 2 - 1984 & The Handmaid's Tale
Here is the second episode in the Book Club Podcast series! In this Book Club Podcast special episode, we speak with Gabi, Seth, Graham, Madison, and Michael about 1984 and The Handmaid's Tale. We also mention NCTE support for challenging banned books in the episode. To learn more about this initiative, see their website: https://www2.ncte.org/resources/ncte-intellectual-freedom-center/
27:39
May 16, 2019
Book Club 1 - Lord of the Flies and Beauty Queens
You've long been waiting for it -- the Book Club Podcast series! In this first Book Club Podcast special episode, we speak with Sydney, Courtly, Avery, Emily, and Zach about Lord of the Flies and Beauty Queens. Enjoy our conversation!
22:35
May 3, 2019
Dr. Schmidt Goes to Washington
We've been quiet for awhile! In this episode we update listeners on what we've been up to and what to expect in the future. Show Notes  Wed, April 24, 12-1p - WCUPA Distance Ed & TLAC - "Building Connections and Creating Successful Interdisciplinary Partnerships" Sunday, June 23, 3:00–4:00 pm -- Notorious Pedagogues -- live from ISTE 2019! "Podcasting thru Our Pedagogy: Reflections on Preparing" Virtual! Global Conference on Learning and Technology to be held in Princeton, New Jersey, July 10-12, 2019 Follow Dr. Schmidt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/drpschmidt
17:40
April 23, 2019
Sample Book Club Podcast (with Commentary): Great Gatsby & Part-Time Indian
This longer episode includes the book club podcast submitted by Spring 2018 students on The Great Gatsby and The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian. In addition, Drs. Schmidt and Kruger-Ross provide commentary on what the students do well and what could be improved upon. We close with reflections on the challenge of how we are to deal with art and the artist in the age of #metoo.
44:51
March 9, 2019
Sample Book Club Podcast: Scarlet Letter & Speak
In this Notorious Pedagogues episode Drs. Schmidt & Kruger-Ross share a Spring 2018 Book Club Podcast assignment submission. Listen to Elpida, Bobby, and Sam share their thoughts on The Scarlet Letter & Speak. Note that this assignment submission will give us (students of WRH325, Spring 2019) plenty of things to consider as you prepare your for your own podcast episodes.
20:18
March 3, 2019
Introduction to the Podcast Assignment
This episode introduces the Podcast Assignment that will be completed within Book Club groups. Drs. Schmidt and Kruger-Ross also discuss the history of the assignment in #wrh325 and their aspirations for the podcast project.
15:43
February 27, 2019
On #wrh325 Twitter Use
Recorded from classtime, an overview of using Twitter for #wrh325
07:30
February 12, 2019
Introduction to Book Club
This brief episode shares introductory information about The Book Club assignment, broadly considered, with a focus on the history of the idea behind Book Club.
08:40
February 9, 2019
The Teaching with Technology Philosophy Statement Assignment
In this episode, Drs. Schmidt and Kruger-Ross process the technology philosophy statement assignment, its history, and their own views on philosophy of teaching statements.
16:11
February 5, 2019
Why "Notorious Pedagogues"?
The brief story behind the name of our podcast -- and a few jokes at the end. ;)
04:15
February 1, 2019
Meet Drs. Schmidt & Kruger-Ross
Learn more about Drs. Schmidt and Kruger-Ross in this episode.
35:29
January 22, 2019
WRH325 Course Overview
In this episode, Drs. Schmidt and Kruger-Ross talk broadly about WRH325, course components and assignments.
12:02
January 22, 2019
What Makes a Successful WRH325 Student?
In this episode, Drs. Schmidt and Kruger-Ross reflect on previous WRH325 courses and what makes a successful student in WRH325.
15:52
January 22, 2019
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