My roommates and I are starting a podcast called Teacher Talk which aims to bridge the gap between the teacher (Professor or even advisor) and the student. Basically, it's for the teacher to tell their story and share their interests in a conversational and casual manner with three different 19-year-old points of views.
In this very first episode of The Teacher Talk Podcast, the Teacher Talk crew sits down with E. Scott Geller, a behavioral Psychologist, who is an Alumni Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Virginia Tech and Director of the Center for Applied Behavior Systems. During our chat we discussed the importance of his organization, Actively Caring for People (AC4P) and we also covered topics such as selection by consequences and our drive as humans to either want to receive rewards or avoid consequences. He touches briefly on how the human mechanism contributes to our obsessive use of the "Skinner Box." Geller emphasizes the importance of research based knowledge while referencing his inspiring TedTalk which currently has over 8 MILLION VIEWS!!! Towards the very end of the podcast, Geller also reveals his, "latest attempt to do what he wants to do." Don't miss out on the FIRST EVER episode of The Teacher Talk Podcast! Thanks for listening and support us by showing a family member or friend who needs this.