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In this episode, we hear from Barb Stengel, Jessica Lussier, and Joel Westheimer, as they reflect, in the context of a PES 2023 panel, on Noddings's legacy; and Cara sits down with Noddings's former student and longtime friend, Lynda Stone, to think ... more
This unusually long episode is the first of two that we recorded at the 2023 PES meeting in Chicago. It includes an interview about the 2023 Presidential Address and the invited response with the authors of those pieces, PES president Michele Moses ... more
Surprise! Cara and Derek interrupt the regularly-scheduled flow of episodes to talk with one another about the themes or through-lines that are emerging across the conversations that have been hosted on the podcast so far, think through some of the q... more
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