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Author: Dr. Colin Roche, PhD, MBA, CEC, CCE, FMP, CHE

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The Chef Educator podcast was created to be a comprehensive resource for new and "seasoned" culinary, baking & pastry, and hospitality teachers, instructors and faculty at both secondary and post-secondary educational institutions.

The show addresses the many issues related to student learning and instructor effectiveness and our hope is to offer a collection of practical and effective teaching tools, tips and techniques that we can all use in our classroom and/or labs.

And if this is of interest, please be sure to subscribe to this podcast! To get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips)

RATINGS / REVIEW: If you enjoy this podcast, please consider leaving a short review and ratings on Apple Podcasts / iTunes if you have an iPhone or iPad. It takes less than 30 seconds, and it really makes a difference in spreading the word, getting new listeners and guests, as well as sponsors!

SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:

If you like the show and the episodes we produce, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche. We truly appreciate the gesture!

Individuals can also donate through Patreon! Please support the show at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChef. If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.

Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.com

RESOURCES:

Audience Response Hotline: (207) 835-1275 {Comments, Suggestions

or Questions)

Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/FoodMediaNetwork

Chef Educator Podcast Website: http://www.chefeducator.com

Main Website: https://www.chefroche.com

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColin

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChef

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRoche

Sign up for our newsletter: https://chefroche.com/contact

The Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network!

Copyright 2021

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Podcasting has been around for many years but has recently gained new interest and popularity due to new topics and celebrity hosts, as well as easier access to mobile technology apps that let you easily download and listen to podcasts “on the go”.Podcasts are a versatile medium which have also become more and more a part of education. Today students may encounter podcasts alongside other materials in their reading and listening assignments and teachers are starting to use podcasts in place of lecture videos, with some faculty even asking students to create their own podcast episodes to demonstrate their learning. In this episode, Dr. Colin Roche shares how you can use podcasts in your classrooms and provides you with some tips and resources to help you get started. ABOUT THE SHOW: The Chef Educator podcast was created to be a comprehensive resource for new and "seasoned" culinary, baking & pastry, and hospitality teachers, instructors, and faculty at both secondary and post-secondary educational institutions.The show addresses the many issues related to student learning and instructor effectiveness and our hope is to offer a collection of practical and effective teaching tools, tips, and techniques that you can use in your classroom and/or labs.CULINARY EDUCATORS’ BOOK: To get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips)ACADEMIC PODCASTING GUIDEBOOK: If you would like a copy of the Academic Podcasting Guidebook by Amplify that was mentioned in this episode, click this link – https://amplifypodcastnetwork.ca/Guidebook.PINEAPPLE ACADEMY: If you would like more information on the front and back-of-the-house online courses offered by the Pineapple Academy for you, your students, employees, or other you know, click this link and you will be given a free 14-day trial - https://my.pineappleacademy.com/signup/business/?referral_id=H6UQTHIBPL6KT68FSPONSORSHIP/ SUPPORT: If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comRATINGS / REVIEW: If you enjoy this episode or the podcast overall, please consider leaving a short review and ratings on Apple Podcasts if you have an iPhone or iPad. It takes less than 30 seconds, and it really makes a difference in spreading the word and helping us to get new listeners, guests, and sponsors!RESOURCES:Audience Response Hotline - (207) 835-1275 {Comments, Suggestions or Questions)Link Tree - https://linktr.ee/FoodMediaNetworkCulinary School Stories Podcast Website - http://www.culinaryschoolstories.comChef Educator Podcast Website - http://www.chefeducator.comKitchen Lingo Podcast Website - https://chefroche.com/kitchenlingo/Main Website - https://www.chefroche.comYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefTwitter - https://twitter.com/ChefRocheInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/Email - FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comSign up for our email list / newsletter - https://chefroche.com/contactMUSIC: "Atlanta" by Jingle Punks, YouTube Audio LibraryChef Educator is a proud member of the Food Media Network!Copyright 2021
Teaching is a cognitive skill just like any other, so how can we increase the space in our working memory, our factual subject knowledge, and our procedural knowledge? Well, listeners to this podcast have heard me say many times, it is virtually impossible to become proficient at a mental task without extended practice. Therefore, our best bet for improving our teaching is to practice teaching! In this episode, Chef Roche discusses a few strategies that he recommends, including peer observations using video, as well a keeping a teaching diary and / or starting a discussion group with fellow teachers.Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, this podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.comTo get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips)If you would like a copy of the "Videotaping Your Teaching Checklist" that was mentioned in this podcast episode, click this link - https://chefroche.com/chefeducator.SPONSORSHIP/ SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comOur other podcast “Culinary School Stories” is a weekly show with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at: http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comWebsite:https://chefroche.com/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter:https://twitter.com/ChefRoche Please call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us your questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275Kendall Hunt Publishing - "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" book https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tipsReference Texts (with affiliate links)Tools for Teaching (https://amzn.to/3lknoYT) by Barbara Gross DavisWhy Don’t Students Like School? (https://amzn.to/3mMSWsy) by Daniel WillinghamThe Whole-Brain Child (https://amzn.to/3gg47qb) by Daniel Siegel & Tina Payne BrysonBrain Matters (https://amzn.to/37GcpDd) by Patricia WolfeThe New Science of Learning (https://amzn.to/3hdWCyB) by Terry Doyle & Todd ZakrajsekUnderstanding by Design meets Neuroscience (https://amzn.to/37I0zsz) by Jay McTighe & Judy WillisBrain-based Teaching (https://amzn.to/3nKHnjp) by Marilee SprengerThe Art of Changing The Brain (https://amzn.to/2QmiKy4) by James ZullNOTE: As an Amazon Associate, I earn a small fee from qualifying purchases made through these links, which helps to support the show; however, it doesn't change or increase the price you pay.The Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2021
Almost every student becomes angry at some point in school. After all, anger is a normal human emotion. And it is not a problem if a student becomes angry, as long as he or she expresses their feelings appropriately. However, it is a problem if they express their anger in a way that is hurtful to those around them or is disruptive to a class. A student who displays angry outbursts can throw a classroom into turmoil. They can also trigger strong feeling in us as the teacher. Our challenge in working with a student whose emotional temperature often reaches the boiling point is to first control our own feelings, as well as those of the student. And in this episode, you will learn various tips and techniques that can help you!Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.comTo get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators teaching-tools-and-tips)SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comOur other podcast “Culinary School Stories” is a weekly show with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at: http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: FoodMediaNetworkf@gmail.comWebsite:https://chefroche.com/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter:https://twitter.com/ChefRoche Please call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us your questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275Kendall Hunt Publishing - "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" book https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tipsReference Texts (with affiliate links)The Whole-Brain Child (https://amzn.to/3gg47qb) by Daniel Siegel & Tina Payne BrysonBrain Matters (https://amzn.to/37GcpDd) by Patricia WolfeThe New Science of Learning (https://amzn.to/3hdWCyB) by Terry Doyle & Todd ZakrajsekUnderstanding by Design meets Neuroscience (https://amzn.to/37I0zsz) by Jay McTighe & Judy WillisBrain-based Teaching (https://amzn.to/3nKHnjp) by Marilee SprengerThe Art of Changing The Brain (https://amzn.to/2QmiKy4) by James ZullNOTE: As an Amazon Associate, I earn a small fee from qualifying purchases made through these links, which helps to support the show; however, it doesn't change or increase the price you pay.Recommended Article: A De-escalation Exercise for Upset Students by Daniel Vollrath -https://www.edutopia.org/article/de-escalation-exercise-upset-studentsThe Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2021
Long-Term Memory

Long-Term Memory

2021-05-1457:25

Neuroscience researchers have shown that when you learn something new, there is a physical change in your brain. You have approximately 86 billion brain cells and when you learn something new, some of your brain cells establish connections with other brain cells to form new networks of cells, which represent the new learning that has taken place.When frequently activated, these new networks have the potential to become long-term memories. And in this episode, we specifically focus on "long-term" memory which is helpful for any educator because knowing how long-term memories are formed and acting accordingly can lead to long-term learning success.Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.com To get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips) SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChef We truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free. Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.com Our other podcast “Culinary School Stories” is a weekly show with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at:http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com  SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite:https://chefroche.com/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter:https://twitter.com/ChefRoche Please call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us your questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hearfrom you! (207) 835-1275 Kendall Hunt Publishing - "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" book https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips Reference Texts (with affiliate links)Brain Matters (https://amzn.to/37GcpDd) by Patricia WolfeThe New Science of Learning (https://amzn.to/3hdWCyB) by Terry Doyle & Todd ZakrajsekUnderstanding by Design meets Neuroscience (https://amzn.to/37I0zsz) by Jay McTighe & Judy WillisBrain-based Teaching (https://amzn.to/3nKHnjp) by Marilee SprengerThe Arts of Changing The Brain (https://amzn.to/2QmiKy4) by James ZullNOTE: As an Amazon Associate, I earn a small fee from qualifying purchases made through these links, which helps to support the show; however, it doesn't change or increase the price you pay. The Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2021
Working Memory

Working Memory

2021-02-1739:20

Memory is what enables us to learn by experience, therefore memory is essential to survival. And in this episode, we specifically focus on "working" memory, the term most scientists prefer over "short-term" memory. We first discuss working memories limitations and then talk about some of the methods teachers can utilize for overcoming some of them.Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.comTo get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips)SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comOur other podcast “Culinary School Stories” is a weekly show with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at:http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRochePlease call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us you questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275Kendall Hunt Publishing - "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" book https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tipsReference Texts (with affiliate links)Brain Matters (https://amzn.to/37GcpDd) by Patricia WolfeThe New Science of Learning (https://amzn.to/3hdWCyB) by Terry Doyle & Todd ZakrajsekUnderstanding by Design meets Neuroscience (https://amzn.to/37I0zsz) by Jay McTighe & Judy WillisBrain-based Teaching (https://amzn.to/3nKHnjp) by Marilee SprengerNOTE: As an Amazon Associate, I earn a small fee from qualifying purchases made through these links, which helps to support the show; however, it doesn't change or increase the price you pay. The Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2021
A recent survey of undergraduate students revealed that 84% studied by rereading their notes or textbook. Despite its popularity, rereading has inconsistent effects on student learning. In addition, rereading does not always enhance students’ understanding of what they read, and any benefits of rereading, over just a single reading, may not be long lasting. Though rereading might be relatively easy for students to do, they should be encouraged to use other strategies when they revisit their text and notes. In this episode, Chef Roche discusses one strategy he recommends which is called practice testing.Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, this podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.comTo get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips)SPONSORSHIP/ SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comOur other podcast “Culinary School Stories” is a weekly show with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at: http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comWebsite:https://chefroche.com/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter:https://twitter.com/ChefRoche Please call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us your questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275Kendall Hunt Publishing - "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" book https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tipsReference Texts (with affiliate links)Why Don’t Students Like School? (https://amzn.to/3mMSWsy) by Daniel WillinghamThe Whole-Brain Child (https://amzn.to/3gg47qb) by Daniel Siegel & Tina Payne BrysonBrain Matters (https://amzn.to/37GcpDd) by Patricia WolfeThe New Science of Learning (https://amzn.to/3hdWCyB) by Terry Doyle & Todd ZakrajsekUnderstanding by Design meets Neuroscience (https://amzn.to/37I0zsz) by Jay McTighe & Judy WillisBrain-based Teaching (https://amzn.to/3nKHnjp) by Marilee SprengerThe Art of Changing The Brain (https://amzn.to/2QmiKy4) by James ZullNOTE: As an Amazon Associate, I earn a small fee from qualifying purchases made through these links, which helps to support the show; however, it doesn't change or increase the price you pay.The Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2021
Memory and Learning

Memory and Learning

2020-12-2334:13

The brain's programming promotes survival of the animal and the species. This programming has guided mammalian development and adaptations for survival in the unpredictable and perilous environments in which most mammals live. And memory is what enables us to learn by experience, therefore memory is essential to survival. Without the ability to learn, store, and recall how we should respond to environmental dangers and to know when and how to run or fight, the individual has little chance of survival. There is only a very small formal distinction between "learning" and "memory" and the study of one becomes a study of the other, which is why an understanding of memory is so important to us as educators. Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.comTo get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips)SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comOur other podcast “Culinary School Stories” is a weekly show with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRochePlease call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us you questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275Reference Texts (with affiliate links)Brain Matters (https://amzn.to/37GcpDd) by Patricia WolfeThe New Science of Learning (https://amzn.to/3hdWCyB) by Terry Doyle & Todd ZakrajsekUnderstanding by Design meets Neuroscience (https://amzn.to/37I0zsz) by Jay McTigheNOTE: As an Amazon Associate, I earn a small fee from qualifying purchases made through these links, which helps to support the show; however, it doesn't change or increase the price you pay. The Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2021
A teaching philosophy (also known as an educational philosophy, a teaching statement, a philosophy of education, a philosophy of teaching, etc.) is a self-reflective statement of your beliefs about teaching and learning. In addition to general comments, your teaching philosophy should discuss how you put your beliefs into practice by including concrete examples of what you do, or anticipate doing, in your classroom. Defining, explaining, and clarifying your educational philosophy will enhance your ability to align it with your teaching practice.Listen to this episode to find out exactly what they are, what they should contain, what format they should be written in, and how to begin writing or updating your own teaching philosophy statement. And if you would like a free copy of the Teaching Philosophy Workbook that Chef Roche uses with his classes or when he facilitates a faculty workshop on teaching philosophy writing, then click this link - http://bit.ly/chefworkbook Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.com SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.com Our new “Culinary School Stories” podcast is a weekly show with engaging interviews that share the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRochePlease call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us you questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275Kendall Hunt Publishing - "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" book https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tipsThe Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2021
Exercise for the Brain

Exercise for the Brain

2020-09-0840:24

We know that exercise is great for our bodies, but what about for our brains? Does going for a run, hitting the gym, or lifting some weights really affect the health or strength of our brains? The answer is yes according to current research! Exercise is as good for brains as it is for our bodies!An abundance of evidence supports the importance of exercise in students’ ability to learn. Our brains were shaped and sharpened by movement and we continue to require regular physical activity in order for our brains to function optimally.A few of the recommended resources that I reference in this episode are the books, "Brain Rules" by John Medina, "The Art of Changing the Brain" by James Zull, "The New Science of Learning" by Terry Doyle and Todd Zakrajsek, “Brain Matters” by Patricia Wolfe, and “Mind, Brain, and Education” by David Sousa. Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.comTo get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips)SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.com Our new “Culinary School Stories” podcast is a weekly show with engaging interviews that share the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRochePlease call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us you questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275Kendall Hunt Publishing - "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" book https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tipsThe Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2020
How the Brain Works

How the Brain Works

2020-07-1301:03:43

Learning is a complicated process. Several thousand years ago, the primary job of the human brain was to figure out how to find food, avoid getting eaten by a predator, and to find a mate. Today, in addition to those three basic functions, our brains are inundated with other tasks and facts that need to be learned. And now, thanks to breakthroughs in neuroscience research, we can observe how the brain responds during learning. And these new insights into how the human brain learns makes it clear that many of the learning practices that faculty currently use or have used in the past, are highly inefficient, ineffective and just plain wrong.One of the prolific writers / researchers in this area is Dr. Judy Willis who was a practicing neurologist before she became a teacher. The book "Upgrade Your Teaching: Understanding by design meets neuroscience" that she co-authored with Jay McTighe is one I reference in this podcast episode. A few other recommended resources that I reference in this episode are the books, "How we Learn" by Benedict Carey, "The Art of Changing the Brain" by James Zull, and "The New Science of Learning" by Terry Doyle and Todd Zakrajsek. Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.comSPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comOur new “Culinary School Stories” podcast is a weekly show with engaging interviews that share the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRochePlease call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us you questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275Kendall Hunt Publishing - "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" book https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tipsThe Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2020
Percentage grading systems that attempt to identify 100 distinct levels of performance distort the precision, objectivity and reliability of grades. And when averaging on a 100-point scale, the use of zeros is particularly damaging to a student’s grade. The mathematical problem with zeros is they represent an extreme score and their effect on the grade is always exaggerated. To recover from a single zero in a percentage grade system, a student must achieve a perfect score on a minimum of nine other assignments.In this episode, Dr. Colin Roche (www.chefeducator.com) provides two alternatives to the outdated grading procedures just described. One is to use the minimum 50 grading policy that many schools are currently doing. The other is to use an integer grading system of 0 – 4.  A few of the many resources are the books, "On Your Mark" by Thomas Guskey, "A Repair Kit For Grading" by Ken O'Connor, and "Learner-Centered Assessment on College Campuses" by Mary Huba and Jann Freed. Other books referenced “A Teacher’s Guide to Classroom Assessment” by Susan Butler & Nancy McMunn, “Assessing Learners in Higher Education” by Sally Brown & Peter Knight, “Elements of Grading” by Douglas Reeves, “Tools for Teaching” by Barbara Gross Davis.SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.com Our new “Culinary School Stories” podcast is a weekly show with engaging interviews that share the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRochePlease call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us you questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275Kendall Hunt Publishing - "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" book https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tipsThe Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2020Friends of the ShowThe Colony Hotel in Delray Beach, Florida & Kennebunkport, Mainewww.thecolonyhotel.com
Grade Confusion

Grade Confusion

2020-05-0930:17

When most students come into our classrooms, they bring with them an unhealthy attitude toward grading, which has often been instilled in them by parents and past teachers. It is an attitude based on the flawed assumption that grades are supposed to function as "carrots and sticks"In this episode, Dr. Colin Roche shares how he tries to explain grading to his students in order to ensure that they understand the process a little better and acquire a more accurate conception of grading so that it enhances, rather than impedes their learning.This episode is part of series where we take a long, hard, honest and uncensored look at the way we grade students in our schools today, including how we report their learning progress. A few of the many resources that influence our approach are the books, "On Your Mark" by Thomas Guskey, "A Repair Kit For Grading" by Ken O'Connor, and "Learner-Centered Assessment on College Campuses" by Mary Huba and Jann Freed.Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.comSPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comOur new “Culinary School Stories” podcast is a weekly show with engaging interviews that share the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRochePlease call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us you questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275Kendall Hunt Publishing - "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" book https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tipsThe Colony Hotel in Delray Beach Florida & Kennebunkport Mainewww.thecolonyhotel.comThe Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2020
Most aspects of grading and reporting have been around forever and reflect traditions that have been a part of our education system since the early 1900's. Though these traditions are entrenched in our education culture and part of everyone's school experience, it doesn't mean that they work, are accurate, or are in the best interest for our students.In this first episode of the series on the subject of Grading, Assessment and Evaluations, Dr. Colin Roche defines and discusses formative and summative assessment, and why teachers first need to understand their uses before designing their assessment instruments.A few of the many resources that influence our approach are the books, "On Your Mark" by Thomas Guskey, "A Repair Kit For Grading" by Ken O'Connor, and "Learner-Centered Assessment on College Campuses" by Mary Huba and Jann Freed. Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.com Please be sure to subscribe to the podcast and share it with all of your podcasting friends and teachers! SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comOur new “Culinary School Stories” podcast is a weekly show with engaging interviews that share the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRochePlease call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us you questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275Kendall Hunt Publishing - "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" book https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tipsThe Colony Hotel in Delray Beach Florida & Kennebunkport Maine www.thecolonyhotel.comThe Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2020
Today's episode is titled "Top Ten Tips for Remote Learning" and is basically the same message that Dr. Colin Roche sent out all of his students this week to help them adjust to online learning.He shares it here in the podcast in case you think any of your students may find the information to be helpful. If so, please use it / share it as you see fit. Remember, we are all in this together!Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the show is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (iTunes, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.comIf you find the show to be of interest, please be sure to subscribe and to share with all of your podcasting friends and teachers! We appreciate the support!SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRoche
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When classroom instruction is interrupted due to emergencies, we as faculty need to use alternative methods and tools to continue teaching our classes at a distance. Now how we do this may vary depending on the subject and teaching methods we use, however in this episode Dr. Colin Roche shares with us how he did it during this time of global crisis.Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.com Please be sure to subscribe to the podcast and share it with all of your podcasting friends and teachers!To get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips)SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comOur new “Culinary School Stories” podcast is a weekly show with engaging interviews that share the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRochePlease call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us you questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275The Colony Hotel in Delray Beach Florida & Kennebunkport Maine www.thecolonyhotel.comThe Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network.Music by: Jingle Punks "Atlanta", YouTube Audio Library, Creative Common Use
The Lecture

The Lecture

2020-02-1939:21

The success of your lectures depends as much on the planning as it does on the delivery. There is a lot of information available on the factors that make lectures effective and in this episode Dr. Colin Roche shares a variety of helpful tips, tools and techniques that can be implemented in any classroom, by any teacher, to help make your lectures more effective in your classroom!To get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips)Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.com Please be sure to subscribe to the podcast and share it with all of your podcasting friends and teachers! SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comOur new “Culinary School Stories” podcast is a weekly show with engaging interviews that share the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRochePlease call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us you questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275Kendall Hunt Publishing - "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" book https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tipsThe Colony Hotel in Delray Beach Florida & Kennebunkport Maine www.thecolonyhotel.comThe Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2020Music by: Jingle Punks "Atlanta", YouTube Audio Library, Creative Common Use
The First Year Teacher

The First Year Teacher

2020-01-2044:55

As a new teacher, your life is already stressful. You are entering a new job, setting up a new classroom, dealing with new procedures, completing a ton of paperwork, and having to meet and relate to so many new people over the course of a day.Unfortunately this stress will not end anytime soon. For the first several months in your new position you will find yourself running from task to task, trying to keep up with everything that is required of you. There will be more forms to complete, papers to grade, lessons to plan, and then of course you are teaching every day as well!Well have no fear, this episode is dedicated to you, the first year teacher, and is designed to hopefully give you confidence, while getting you prepared for your teaching duties. Our goal is to give you some helpful tips and techniques that can help strengthen your effectiveness as you make the transition into your new teaching position!To get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips)Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.com Please be sure to subscribe and share with all of your teacher friends!SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefIf you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, creation and production of our shows that we produce and give away for free. Companies & Businesses interested in sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comOur new “Culinary School Stories” podcast is a weekly show with engaging interviews that share the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRochePlease call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us you questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275The Colony Hotel in Delray Beach Florida & Kennebunkport Maine www.thecolonyhotel.comThe Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2020Music by: Jingle Punks "Atlanta", YouTube Audio Library, Creative Common Use
The First Day of Class

The First Day of Class

2020-01-0329:27

A successful first day of class can be a key component of a successful course. You should envision the first day as more than just a time to review the course syllabus. In this episode, Dr. Colin Roche shows you how to turn that first day into an opportunity to establish expectations, set the tone for the class, and to get to know your students through introductions and ice breakers. Community building in the classroom should start on day one!To get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips)Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.com Please be sure to subscribe to the podcast and share it with all of your podcasting friends and teachers! SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche or through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comOur new “Culinary School Stories” podcast is a weekly show with engaging interviews that share the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRochePlease call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us you questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275Kendall Hunt Publishing - "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" book https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tipsThe Colony Hotel in Delray Beach Florida & Kennebunkport Maine www.thecolonyhotel.comThe Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2020Music by: Jingle Punks "Atlanta", YouTube Audio Library, Creative Common Use
Whether you are a new teacher, a part-time adjunct teacher, or even a veteran teacher, lesson plans matter! Learning is our ultimate goal when we deliver lessons to our students and a lesson plan is the instructor's road map of what students need to learn and how it will be done effectively during the class / lab time. Therefore, good lesson planning is essential to the process of teaching and learning. And in this episode, Dr. Colin Roche explains the elements of a good lesson plan and shares with you the process he uses when he writes his lesson plans.To get more information on this topic, as well as many others, including charts, templates and examples, be sure to check out the book titled "Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools and Tips" which is published by Kendall Hunt (https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/culinary-educators-teaching-tools-and-tips)Hosted by Dr. Professor Chef Colin Roche, the podcast is available for free in any app that supports podcasts (Sticher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, etc.) or through this link: www.chefeducator.com Please be sure to subscribe and share it with all of your podcasting friends and teachers! SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, or this episode, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses? You can do so easily by going to: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche. Individuals can also support the show through Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChefWe truly appreciate any help or support you provide! If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: FoodMediaNetwork@gmail.comOur new “Culinary School Stories” podcast is a weekly show with engaging interviews that share the stories of people from around the world who have an association with a culinary school in some way. It can be found on your favorite podcast app or at http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com SOCIAL MEDIAEmail: DrProfessorChef@gmail.comWebsite: http://chefroche.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/drprofessorchef/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRochePlease call our "Audience Response Hotline" and leave us you questions, comments and/or suggestions! We would love to hear from you! (207) 835-1275The Colony Hotel in Delray Beach Florida & Kennebunkport Maine www.thecolonyhotel.comThe Chef Educator podcast is a proud member of the Food Media Network. Copyright 2020Music by: TechSmith "Technicolor Dreams", Camtasia Music Library, Creative Common
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