Southern Fried Scholar
Learn how you learn.
Edify your brain for creative lifelong learning and unlock your intellectual badassery.
Too often, speakers fall into a teaching space for the wrong reasons, and learners are left with faulty information, or painful experiences, or a diminished sense of themselves. This is pedagogy gone wrong, and the results run the gamut from...read more
Welcome back to the Southern Fried Scholar! In this episode, we explore the importance of frameworks and discuss five kinds of knowledge, Bloom’s cognitive domain, transformative learning theory, and Buffy. Of course, Buffy. Download this...read more
In this episode of the Southern Fried Scholar podcast, we explore Dr. Howard Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligences, and look for examples of multiple intelligences demonstrated by characters on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Lost, and The...read more
In this episode of the Southern Fried Scholar, we explore the creative process, authenticity, permission slips, and inspiration with my special guest, designer extraordinaire Jody Lumsden. Download this episode here. Subscribe to...read more
Nan Reinhardt kindly invited me to write a guest post about the Southern Fried Scholar podcast for the Word Wranglers authors blog – check it out here! Thanks,...read more
In this episode, we explore the ethics of podcasting, the power of narration, fairy tales, the love of reading, curiosity, and empathy. Download this episode here. Subscribe to this show via iTunes, RSS, Google Play Store, or...read more
I had a blast talking to the one and only, amazingly brilliant Lani Diane Rich about The West Wing on her podcast, Jed Bartlet is My President. We discussed Six Meetings Before Lunch, episode 1.18. Check it out...read more
If you’re a fan of lifelong learning, storytelling, and intellectual badassery, please check out my new podcast! In this introductory episode of the Southern Fried Scholar, I invite listeners to celebrate lifelong learning,...read more
So this just happened… I submitted the first episode of my very first podcast to iTunes....read more
My first podcast interview was in November 2016 on the Creative Stickup. This podcast is hosted and produced by Jeff Stevens, a brilliant creative director and artist. We talked about National Novel Writing Month, lifelong...read more