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Our Pedagogy Podcasts and all their related resources.

Early Education PedPods

Welcome to our Early Education Pedagogic Podcasts (PedPods) featuring pedagogical conversations with early years leaders, teachers and trainers. All our podcasts are available to download for free.

Episode 3. PedPod with Suzanne Zeedyk: The Brilliance of Babies (Summer 2020)

On this episode, we explore the brilliance of babies with Dr. Suzanne Zeedyk, looking at the importance of early interaction, including resilience, relationships, and play.

Please note: this PedPod was recorded prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, and therefore please be mindful that some aspects of suggested attachment-led practice in terms of physical contact may now be limited by risk assessments.

Episode 2. PedPod with Pete Moorhouse: The Wonders of Woodwork (Spring 2020)

On this episode, we explore the wonders of woodwork with Pete Moorhouse, looking at all the many cross-curricular benefits this activity can provide, and how to develop this safely within your setting.

Episode 1. PedPod with Anni McTavish: Creativity and critical thinking (Autumn 2019)

 

In this inspiring pedagogical conversation, full of Anni's wisdom and experience, we explore the concept of creativity with Anni McTavish, what this means in practice and how we can nurture and support this with those we work with.

How to subscribe

To ensure you do not miss an episode, you can add our RSS feed to you podcast client - simply copy the link below when prompted by your chosen programme, and this should sync up to ensure your app can access the latest PedPod.

Our RSS Link is: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:648371223/sounds.rss

You can find Early Education's PedPods in iTunes too - where you can also subscribe so you won't miss out.

Supporting information

PedPod series 

Over the coming months, listen out for our PedPods with:

  • Alison Peacock: early years, early learning and research
  • Julie Fisher: adult interactions to support teaching and learning (adult-led to child-led learning)