Think. Pair. Share.
Think. Pair. Share. is a modern education podcast that explores learning—from the everyday exchange of thoughts and ideas—to the theories and practices behind entire systems. Register here to receive updates as new episodes are released or live events are offered.
hodgePOD 21: Year-End Compilation
A year-end compilation of just a few of the fun and memorable moments from our inaugural year conversations. Thank you to our listeners, the team at the Institute for Education...Listen to Podcast
Mike Macaluso: Education, Animated.
From reflections on being the Notre Dame leprechaun to inspiring lifelong, engaged readersListen to Podcast
Chloe Gibbs: Education, Invested.
From apple picking and pumpkin patches to community building and examining the economics of education in pursuit of better outcomes for disadvantaged children and familiesListen to Podcast
Anna Haskins: Education, Reconsidered.
From stamp collecting and favorite numbers to examining how the education system, the family, and the criminal justice system connect and interact—both preserving and mitigating...Listen to Podcast
Luis Fraga: Education, Dedicated.
From illuminating the artistic side of a political scientist to two-way immersion and empowering and serving communities of understanding and toleranceListen to Podcast
Mark Berends: Education, Vitalized.
From imagining running the Olympic 1500m to galvanizing the hearts and minds of those who believe in the power of educationListen to Podcast
Kristin Valentino: Education, Analyzed.
From daring to compete as a race car driver to discovering how the transactional nature through which children’s interactions with their family, community, and culture can shape...Listen to Podcast
Kevin Baxter: Education, Committed.
From contemplating a guitar duet with Bruce Springsteen to leading the charge for thriving Catholic schools across the United StatesListen to Podcast
Maria McKenna: Education, Unified.
From the origins of Sesame Street and Photovoice, to the pedagogy of vulnerability to equity, inclusion, and diversity as foundations of educationListen to Podcast
Neil Boothby: Education, Engaged.
From dreaming of mastering Creole overnight to learning through doing and creating sustainable pathways out of adversity for children and youthListen to Podcast
Ernest Morrell: Education, Empowered.
From Beowulf and hip-hop to the power of literacy transforming lives and changing the worldListen to Podcast
Chrissy Trinter: Education, Energized.
From the delicacy of ice cream to the intersection of mathematics and Catholic Social TeachingListen to Podcast