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Oahppu ii deatte (education does not weigh down) podcast - new episode every week
Sami University of applied sciences has published a podcast called "oahppu ii deatte". The host of the entire series is Ellen Oddveig Hætta Gaup and she has had studio visits from various teachers. The podcast conversations are linked to the subject of pedagogy and are well suited to teachers, parents and others who work with children and young people.
On Tuesday 19.09 the fifth part of the series will be published. Visiting the studio this time are Mai Britt Utsi and Samuel Valkeapää. They talk together about the creatiive subjects, e.g. do we need to teach duodji and joik to children? What role can aesthetic subjects have in children's schooling and lives?
Previously, we've published these four episodes:
1. oassi: Mánát ja girjjálašvuohta. Studio guest is Harald Gaski. (Spotify link, can also be found on Google podcast and Apple Podcast).
2. oassi: Matematihkka. Studio guests are Ann Synnøve Steinfjell and Ole Einar Hætta. (Spotify link, can also be found on Google podcast and Apple Podcast).
3. oassi: Sámi pedagogihkka. Studio guests are Anne Ingebjørg Svineng Eriksen and May Torill Siri. (Spotify link, can also be found on Google podcast and Apple Podcast).
4. oassi: Lohkan. Studio guest is Berit Ellen Juuso (Spotify link, can also be found on Google podcast and Apple Podcast).
New episode every week
Every Tuesday, a new episode is published. The podcast series consists of ten episodes.
Available on these channels:
Forest People has produced the podcast for Sami University of applied sciences.