From AI to Creative Life: Eight Podcast Episodes You Need to Hear

As lifelong learners, we are always seeking new opportunities to expand our knowledge and stay up-to-date with the latest trends and developments, and podcasts are a convenient way to learn. However, with so many options out there, it can be challenging to find those standout episodes that leave a lasting impact.

If you're looking for something new to listen to during your commute, while exercising, or doing household chores, the GOA team has got you covered. We’ve curated a list of podcast episodes that are full of big ideas and stories that will not only inspire and educate but also entertain.

Education and Artificial Intelligence

ChatGPT Transforms A Classroom + Is 'M3GAN' Real? - Hard Folk | In this episode, hear Cherie Shields, a high school English teacher in Oregon, share how ChatGPT is transforming her classroom for the better.

The Impacts of AI in Education - NIS Voices | This episode brings together Nanjing International School’s Mr. Kasson Bratton (director of learning) and Dr. Shannon Doak (IT director) for a discussion on the impact of artificial intelligence in education – specifically ChatGPT and how they are looking to harness the power of AI at NIS.

What Does Personalized Learning Look Like in an Age of AI? - The Creative Classroom with John Spencer | In this episode, John Spencer (former middle school teacher and current college professor) shares stories to help explain what authentic, personalized learning looks like and how AI can be used to amplify learning.

Professional Development and Learning

Feedback, Judgment and the Comment Box - I Hate My Boss | “Does performance review season make you dread going to work? You’re not alone - most people avoid giving feedback and few enjoy receiving it - unless it’s well done.” In this episode, Liz Dolan (ex-CMO, Nike, NatGeo Channels) and Larry Seal (executive coach) discuss feedback in the workplace.

How Agency in Nature of Science is Deepening Learning - The WAB Podcast | In this episode, high school science teacher Chris Hayden and two Grade 10 students discuss how giving students agency in their Nature of Science class enables exploration and deepens learning.

How to Build Psychological Safety in Professional Development - Cult of Pedagogy | In this episode, Elena Aguilar (author of The PD Book) and Jennifer Gonzalez (editor in chief of Cult of Pedagogy) discuss how learning requires vulnerability and how professional development facilitators can make a safe environment for teachers.

Inspiration for The Creative Life - Kelly Corrigan Wonders | “Jazz, improv, curiosity and intellectual humility - what might these topics have to do with business?” In this episode, Dr. Natalie Nixon, a creativity strategist, author, and public speaker talks about how taking cues from the world of design and other creative mediums can help us work more effectively.

Two Bits of Optimism with Brené Brown and Adam Grant: Part One - A Bit of Optimism | “What separates exceptional ideas from good ideas?” This episode brings together Brené Brown (research professor and author) and Adam Grant (psychologist and author) to discuss optimism.

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