Check out a few highlights from ClassCast -- Episode 001 -- Eric Hernandez. These shorter segments help new listeners get acquainted with the podcast and loyal listeners to review key selections.
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ClassCast -- Episode 001.1 -- Eric Hernandez...
Group Training, Puking, &
|ClassCast -- Ep.001.1 -- Group Training, Puking, & the Zone of Proximal Development|
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ClassCast -- Episode 001.2 -- Eric Hernandez...
Google U., Mental Reps, & Learning
|ClassCast -- Ep.001.1 -- E.Hernandez -- Google U., Mental Reps, and Learning|
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ClassCast -- Episode 001.3 -- Eric Hernandez...
Fatherhood: Be Present, Patient, & Passionate
|ClassCast -- Ep.001.3 -- E.Hernandez -- Fatherhoood: Be Present, Patient, & Passionate|
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ClassCast -- Episode 001.4 -- Eric Hernandez...
Grandma's Calling, Nationals, &
Teachers Following Through
|ClassCast -- Ep.001.4 -- E.Hernandez -- Grandma's Calling, Nationals, & Teachers Following Through|
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Episode #002 of ClassCast features Ryan Tibbens interviewing former student/TA and current graphic designer, artist, and entrepreneur Esther Kim. Despite claiming to be "socially awkward," Esther carries the conversation well, sharing her experiences as a student, artist, young professional, and more. Throughout the discussion, we hear about everything from honing art skills to how student loans affect life decisions, from waiting on spoiled parents to family loyalty. Support Esther by checking out her (not-entirely-up-to-date website) www.EstherKimArtwork.com and following her on Instagram. (Yes, she takes private commissions.)
Books, Movies, Music, Art, Etc. from the Episode
Here's a quick interview of Ryan Tibbens, conducted by his beautiful, charming wife, Ashley. This interview was partly intended to discuss the purpose of the ClassCast podcast and partly to test the new microphone and recording software. The final product is 'good enough' to share and provides a basic explanation of the podcast's initial mission. Hopefully the mission and the sound/recording quality will both continue to evolve.
Critical discussions about education, school, careers, philosophy, politics, culture, & more.