• Current episode:

    The poetry of Derek Beaulieu, an eminent poet and visual artist who is also the inaugural Poet Laureate of the City of Calgary (2014 - 2016), challenges what we know about how we know and learn. In this riveting episode, Derek sits down in our lab (www.m3lab.org), creates a new work of non-representational visual poetry and discusses with Alycia Wilson and Dr. Pratim Sengupta what his work can tell us about technology and meaning.

    Previous episode:

    In this episode, we chat with the Principal Investigators of the Radio EpiSTEMology team and the STEM Radio Hour project. Dr. Marie-Claire Shanahan, Dr. Beaumie Kim, and Dr. Pratim Sengupta discuss their research on play, code and identity in STEM, and how it all becomes part of the evolving story that is this new podcast series.

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    Current Episode

    The poetry of Derek Beaulieu, an eminent poet and visual artist who is also the inaugural Poet Laureate of the City of Calgary (2014 - 2016), challenges what we know about how we know and learn. In this riveting episode, Derek sits down in our lab (www.m3lab.org), creates a new work of non-representational visual poetry and discusses with Alycia Wilson and Dr. Pratim Sengupta what his work can tell us about technology and meaning.

    Previous Episodes

    In this episode, we chat with the Principal Investigators of the Radio EpiSTEMology team and the STEM Radio Hour projects. Dr. Marie-Claire Shanahan, Dr. Beaumie Kim, and Dr. Pratim Sengupta discuss their research and how it all becomes part of the evolving story that is this new podcast series.

    Pre-Service Podcasts

    As a prelude to our own podcast journey, we will be featuring short episodes created by pre-service science teachers exploring their journeys in being and becoming STEM teachers.

     

    The first featured episode is created by Alycia, who is also a research assistant on the Radio EpiSTEMology team and producer of the STEM Radio Hour. Her episode, Empathy and Science, recaptures the childhood discovery of her first love, the Pacific coast of North America. Her newer love, science education, was eventually uncovered after the heartbreak of witnessing an oil spill.

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