SAGE Education

Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE, with selected new podcasts that will span a wide range of subject areas including business, humanities, social sciences, and science, technology, and medicine. Our Podcasts are designed to act as teaching tools, providing further insight into our content through editor and author commentaries and interviews with special guests. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.

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JTE: Do I Belong in the Profession?


In this edition of JTE Insider, we are joined by Dr. Loraine McKay and Heather Manning from Griffith University (Australia). They are the authors of the article entitled “” The article is published in the issue of .  Dr. Loraine McKay is a...


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   32m
 
 

UEX: Poor Choices: The Sociopolitical Context of “Grand Theft Education”


Gia Claybrooks interviews Leah Faw on her article co-authored with Huriya Jabbar entitled, "Poor Choices: The Sociopolitical Context of 'Grant Theft Education'."


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   15m
 
 

Middle leaders – practitioners’ reflections


Middle leader pieces should be up to 1500 words (excluding references). We welcome contributions from middle leaders in all sectors of education internationally who occupy a range of roles below senior leadership. Your paper should focus on exploring...


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 2020-04-29  6m
 
 

UEX: Reclaiming Our Time: A 21st-Century Response to Banks’ “Afro-American Scholars in the University”


Gia Claybrooks interviews Richard Reddick on his article entitled, "Reclaiming Our Time: A 21st-Century Response to Banks' 'Afro-American Scholars in the University'."


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 2020-04-17  21m
 
 

UEX: Gentrification, Geography, and the Declining Enrollment of Neighborhood Schools


Gia Claybrooks interviews Francis A. Pearman, II on his article entitled, "Gentrification, Geography, and the Declining Enrollment of Neighborhood Schools."


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 2020-04-15  29m
 
 

UPD: The Perceived Influence of Social Media on High School Band Students’ Decision to Participate in College Marching Band


Update: Applications of Research in Music Education Editor Brian Silvey interviews author Jason Cumberledge on his article "The Perceived Influence of Social Media on High School Band Students’ Decision to Participate in College Marching Band."


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 2020-02-05  12m
 
 

UEX: Moving Culturally Relevant Pedagogy From Theory to Practice: Exploring Teachers' Application of Culturally Relevant Education in Science and Mathematics


Gia Claybrooks interviews Dr. Bryan A. Brown on his article entitled, "Moving Culturally Relevant Pedagogy From Theory to Practice: Exploring Teachers' Application of Culturally Relevant Education in Science and Mathematics."


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 2019-11-20  3m
 
 

UPD: A Survey of Collegiate String Musicians’ Use of Drone Accompaniment to Improve Intonation


Update: Applications of Research in Music Education Editor Brian Silvey interviews author John-Rine Zabanal on his article. Together they discuss the effectiveness of drone accompaniment in improving intonation.


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 2019-10-09  15m
 
 

MiE Podcast – Jacqueline Baxter and Stephen Rayner


Publishing in MiE as an early career researcher


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 2019-09-03  6m
 
 

Educational Management Administration & Leadership Early Career Researcher 2019 podcast


EMAL Associate Editor, Helen Hunter interviews the EMAL Best Early Career Researcher Paper winner Stephen Rayner discussing his winning paper, Leaders and leadership in a climate of uncertainty: A case study of structural change in England.


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 2019-09-03  8m