101: The Ways We Learn

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Sinopsis

101 is a show about the ways we learn. Each episode follows someone learning a new thing, and explores how their brain makes learning possible. Hosted by Shane Bergin and Jane Chadwick. Produced by Bureau.

Episodios

  • Episode 10 | Diane Learns to Swim

    Episode 10 | Diane Learns to Swim

    20/03/2018 Duración: 39min

    ❝ In our final episode we meet educator Diane McSweeney from Trinity Access 21 as she learns to swim. We listen as her teacher Jennifer Murrin, a marine scientist and competitive sea swimmer, guides Diane’s first dip in the pool at University College Dublin. Jane and I reflect on the importance of trusting a teacher when diving in to scary new worlds. We talk to neurogeneticist Kevin Mitchell from Trinity College Dublin about how practice makes perfect. Finally, we look back at making 101 The Ways We Learn and reflect on how it’s changed our attitudes to learning and the role of education in society. ❞ —Shane Bergin Subscribe and hear more episodes wherever you get your podcasts, including iTunes and Stitcher. www.101thepodcast.com Credits: Hosted by Shane Bergin | Jane Chadwick Featuring Diane McSweeney | Jennifer Murrin | Kevin Mitchell Produced by Bureau Music by Chris Zabriskie Supported by Science Foundation Ireland

  • Episode 9 | Aoife Learns to Drum

    Episode 9 | Aoife Learns to Drum

    13/03/2018 Duración: 44min

    ❝ If you could learn something new, what would it be? One of the most common responses people give is a musical instrument. In episode 9, we tune our attention to learning how to play one. We meet geneticist Aoife McLysaght from Trinity College Dublin who’s learning djembe drums with Trinity bio-engineering student Charles Adebayo. Inspired by this, I teach my fellow host Jane a simple song on the ukulele. We chat about why so many people are motivated to learn music, the informal way most of us learn it, and talk to music education lecturer Marita Kerin from Trinity College Dublin about what makes a great music teacher. ❞ —Shane Bergin Subscribe and hear more episodes wherever you get your podcasts, including iTunes and Stitcher. Credits: Hosted by Jane Chadwick | Shane Bergin Featuring Aoife McLysaght | Charles Adebayo | Marita Kerin Produced by Bureau Music by Chris Zabriskie Supported by Science Foundation Ireland www.101thepodcast.com

  • Episode 8 | Lynn Learns to Code

    Episode 8 | Lynn Learns to Code

    06/03/2018 Duración: 30min

    ❝ For many, the idea of learning to code conjures an image of a person working alone. Perhaps a mathematically inclined person who just ‘gets it’? In episode 8 we meet Lynn Scarff, Director of Science Gallery Dublin, who’s learning to code with Niamh Scanlon, EU Digital Girl of the Year, 2015. Sharing her experiences of learning in a community of other young people, Niamh challenges Lynn to see coding as a creative way to solve problems with others. This leads Jane and I to discuss the communities in which we learn many things. We speak to Noah Finkelstein from the University of Colorado on how learning is inherently a social enterprise where communities not only help to shape our learning, but also negotiate what should be learned. ❞  —Shane Bergin www.101thepodcast.com Credits: Hosted by Shane Bergin | Jane Chadwick Featuring Lynn Scarff | Niamh Scanlon | Noah Finkelstein Produced by Bureau  Music by Chris Zabriskie Supported by Science Foundation Ireland

  • Episode 7 | Miriam Learns Graphic Design

    Episode 7 | Miriam Learns Graphic Design

    27/02/2018 Duración: 51min

    ❝ If you’ve ever tried to design something, you’ll know that learning is a slow process. It’s messy, and it takes time. In episode 7, we meet science communicator Miriam Harte and graphic designer Robert Farrelly—who guides Miriam through the brainstorming stage of the graphic design process, using the visual identity for this very podcast as a starting point. After the lesson, Jane and I chat about different aspects of design education, and what it can teach us about the learning process. ❞ —Shane Bergin www.101thepodcast.com Subscribe and hear more episodes wherever you get your podcasts, including iTunes and Stitcher. Credits: Hosted by Jane Chadwick | Shane Bergin Featuring Miriam Harte | Robert Farrelly Produced by Bureau Music by Chris Zabriskie Supported by Science Foundation Ireland