Interview 2: An Instructor Creates a Podcasts for Social Justice in the Classroom
In this interview, you will hear from Dr. Dani Scott, a professor and speech language pathologist who works at Minnesota State University, Mankato. Dr. Scott speaks about how she has created podcasts to connect with her students. For example, she recorded a discussion among speech language pathologists to share with incarcerated learners. She also recorded a weekly podcast to provide support and reminders to busy graduate students. Dr. Scott’s interview demonstrates that instructors can create podcasts to connect with students with unique needs and situations.
podcasting, speech language pathology, incarcerated learners, diversity, instructor presence
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Scott, D. (2022). Interview 2: An instructor creates a podcasts for social justice in the classroom [Audio podcast]. The International Journal of Equity and Social Justice in Higher Education, 1. https://doi.org/10.56816/2771-1803.1012