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Best SPED podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best SPED podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Join us each week as we host a special guest and discuss issues relevant to families who are homeschooling students with special educational needs.
 
Jayson Davies, OTR/L, from the OT School House Website dives into the areas of school-based Occupational Therapy most frequently discussed by therapists. Join Jayson and special guests to explore new practice strategies and earn professional development for certification renewal!
 
Listen to Katie and I discuss how to make collaboration and IEP meeting smoother for teachers and parents!
 
Tommy Edison, who's been blind since birth, uses humor to answer the most popular questions about living without sight and takes on challenges that test his other senses.
 
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Welcome to the chopped-up, looped-up, sped-up world of Recycled Radio, where old programmes are reused to explore a series of weighty subjects.
 
Truth for Teachers is designed to speak life, encouragement, and truth into the minds and hearts of educators and get you energized for the week ahead.
 
Radioactive decay is a major theme in the novel The World Set Free, published in 1914. Wells explores what might happen if the rate of decay could be sped up. The book may have encouraged scientists to explore theories of nuclear chain reaction. It also served as a vehicle for Wells to develop his ideas on survival of the human race. (Summary by Bill Boerst)
 
The Guitar Hour Podcast is a weekly, long-form discussion hosted by Dan Smith and David Beebee. Together, and in conversation with some of today’s top players, they explore approaches to playing, practising, teaching and share the humorous ups and downs of being a professional guitarist in the modern age.
 
No matter your fitness level, how long you've been cycling for, how big or how small you perceive your cycling goals for 2018 to be, the group wants to hear and support you all the way. Share your rides, what has pushed you, the highs and the lows on your journey to your goals to help and inspire others achieve theirs.
 
"Books of the Marvels of the World" or "Description of the World" (Divisament dou monde), also nicknamed "Il Milione" ("The Million") or "Oriente Poliano", but commonly called "The Travels of Marco Polo", is a 13th-century travelogue written down by Rustichello da Pisa from stories told by Marco Polo, describing the travels of the latter through Asia, Persia, China, and Indonesia between 1271 and 1291.It's been a very famous and popular book since the 14th century, creating the image of Marc ...
 
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Our special guest this week on SPED Homeschool Conversations was Shelly Longenecker, Founder & Owner of Dinner for a Dollar. Shelly shared with us about "How to Save Money on an Allergy-Friendly Diet"#allergyfriendly #budget #groceriesOther topics covered in this broadcast:Dramatic Life Changes Require a Strong “Why”How Food Habits Affect Your Groc…
 
Tommy Edison talks about sports he’s played, interpreting sped up audio, Scent of a Woman starring Al Pacino, body language, color blindness, celebrity voices, and more.By Tommy Edison, Ben Churchill
 
HNY TRS listeners – we have a special episode lined up in the form of Olympic Bronze medallist and former English Marathon record holder (up until Mo Farah broke this in 2014), Charlie Spedding! Charlie talks all about his new book, ‘Stop Feeding Us Lies’ and tells us about some of his training and nutrition during his time as a world class athlete…
 
It was midnight and dark, but when my boots made crunching noises as I walked along the dirt road, I knew what was underfoot: tiny, clustered pillars of ice lifting the top layer of soil debris from the road. Now, in the light of the morning, the ice pillars look like miniature, partially buried, delicate ice castles. I am as intrigued by them now …
 
In Episode 87 we're joined by Scottish Marathon Project athlete Craig Ruddy! Craig has been on the circuit for a while and is a well known face and talks to us about his journey to marathon and his bitter sweet day in Frankfurt - a race story not to be missed!We talk about the races at Run Stirling where the Home Countries, Inter Districts and Brit…
 
In Episode 87 we're joined by Scottish Marathon Project athlete Craig Ruddy! Craig has been on the circuit for a while and is a well known face and talks to us about his journey to marathon and his bitter sweet day in Frankfurt - a race story not to be missed!We talk about the races at RunStirling where the Home Countries, Inter Districts and Briti…
 
Many animals are able to survive the freezing cold temperatures of a Montana winter by making use of that place between the snow and the ground called the subnivean layer. This layer is created because snow is such a good insulator, holding in warm air heated by the earth, and keeping out cold air.By Gretchen Kehrberg
 
This week Beebs, Tom and Dan chat with Jake about his debut album, ‘A Piece Of The Action’. They play clips from the record and get behind the music, digging deep into Jake’s compositional process. If you enjoy the show please consider supporting the podcast over on Patreon, where you can get some fantastic extra TGHP content! Thanks for listening …
 
Although many people associate these stone-like animals with the crystalline waters of the tropics, several species of sponges do occur in lakes and ponds across North America, including those of western Montana.By Joshua Goldberg
 
Happy New Year Everyone! We kick off 2020 with the most epic guitar podcast colab ever, a 10-WAY guitar themed quiz of the year featuring: Andy Wood, Dan Smith, Dave Brons, David Beebee, Jake Willson, Jens Larsen, Levi Clay, Martin Miller, Phil Short & Tom Quayle. It's total chaos and laugh out loud fun 😂 Play-along by looking at the artwork in you…
 
Tommy Edison, who's been blind since birth, answers the most popular questions about being blind.By Ben Churchill, Tommy Edison
 
I grew up in Missoula with the sound of Rattlesnake Creek pouring bedtime stories into my room, its chanting waters carrying me away to peace-filled dreams. When I was younger, my brother, our two neighbors and I used to build dams in the creek when summer warmth slowed the waters. At ages 10 and 12 we considered ourselves the best in the field, an…
 
Bronsy returns to TGH to bring us up to speed on his brand new album "Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost" - his epic second album! Episode Links davebrons.com Dave's New Ablum - Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost If you enjoy the show please consider supporting the podcast over on Patreon, where you can get some fantastic extra TGHP content! Thanks f…
 
Our special guest this week on SPED Homeschool Conversations was Jennifer Henn – the Well-Adjusted Homeschooler, homeschool mom, author, speaker, and consultant. Jennifer shared on "Food Allergy Diet Burnout: Kids, Teens, and Holidays" #foodallergy #parenting #diet #podcast #holidays #howtoOther topics included in this broadcast:Finding Peace When …
 
Just before lunch, we pulled up to a dead end at the base of the foothills and looked out into a plowed field to see … yet another magpie. This one, though, was hopping and flashing its wings in jerks, as if trying to perform a mad waltz, so we drew up our binoculars for a closer look. We could see then that it was corralling a small rodent, a vole…
 
As we move into 2020, I’m sharing some very personal self-reflections about the course my life has taken over the past 10 years, and new insights I've had about who I am and what I need in order to thrive. A few of the things I touch on in this stream-of-consciousness episode: Learning to set boundaries Becoming a "people person" Why I chose the di…
 
Best films of 2019. Sarah Watt, William Chen and Jeremy Downing discuss their top films of the year, in the following categories: Biggest surprise, biggest disappointment, most anticipated film yet to come out (this episode was recorded in mid-November), wildcard, runner up films and each of our film of the year. Biggest Surprise:William: Midsommar…
 
Jake’s stressed, Dan’s damaged a rib and Beebee lets slip a dirty secret from his past. The guys talk turning pro after music college, making difficult career choices and the potential for loneliness & isolation that can creep up in the life of a professional guitar teacher. Beebee’s brand new Pathways To Jazz Volume 2 is available now with a 10% d…
 
This is the test show we live streamed on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019. It’s been edited to highlight the most popular questions. It was called Living It Up! with Tommy Edison.By Tommy Edison, Ben Churchill
 
Is Tommy returning to YouTube?By Tommy Edison, Ben Churchill
 
In Episode 85 we're navigating a busy December calendar like everyone else, balancing running with the festivities! BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2019 comes to Aberdeen, Kyle has been larking about on an oversized treadmill and Tom's wrestling with motivation.Some of you are still racing so we've got all the Turkey Trot results as well as news…
 
Our special guest this week on SPED Homeschool Conversations was Anglea Fuller, Founder of Food Allergy Families of the Triad. Anglea shared with us about "Food-Allergy Holiday Planning, Packing, & Traveling Tips"#foodallergy #parenting #travelwithkids #packingtipsOther topics included in this broadcast:Food-Allergy Safe Family Travel PlanningSourc…
 
While some animals get off comparatively easily in the winter by hibernating, or by gorging and then fasting, the short-tailed weasel has to hunt every day to keep its blast-furnace metabolism stoked. With a heart rate of several hundred beats a minute and little in the way of fat reserves on its long and slender body, the animal must consume half …
 
Release the beasts! Beebee has finally finished Pathways To Jazz Volume 2, and Tom has released the Ultimate Legato Practise Toolkit. The guys chat through their experiences of working on and releasing the tuition projects, learning jazz, practise motivation, legato control and fight Mac vs PC. As a tghp listener get 10% off Beebs’ new Pathways To …
 
TRS have revived the 'Doc Talks' episodes where coach Lewis Walker treats the listeners to a great insight into strength training for runners.Tom goes running, stumbles across a xmas market in the middle of a forrest and happens to buy a xmas tree. Meanwhile, Kyle is getting prepped for the santa run and keeps his head down with training.We also ta…
 
Our special guests this week on SPED Homeschool Conversations were Chris & Claudia Diaz, authors, and special needs homeschooling parents. Chris and Claudia shared about "Combating Picky Eaters and Limited Diets"#foodtherapy #pickyeaters #limiteddiets #autismOther topics in this conversation:Is Feeding Therapy a Good Option for Your Picky Eater?Ide…
 
As the temperature drops and the leaves turn brown and drop as well, it gets hard for a botanist in Montana to find anything interesting to study outside. At this time of year I go on field trips to the supermarket. In the produce section the leaves are still green, and you can always find some germinating alfalfa and mung beans. There’s a lot to b…
 
This week the guys take questions and threads sent in and discuss what to do with a 1 hour window of practise per day. Other things: Tom teases news about his upcoming new master legato product, Dan tells a story about a puma, Beebs announces Pathways To Jazz Vol 2 release date and in the patreon aftershow Jake gets a scale and polish. Check your a…
 
In Episode 83 we've got Part 2 of our interview with the inspirational Del Rae! It's December so you know what that means....marcothon!We recap on some impressive runs from Scottish females at Valencia and Percy Pud 10k and discuss the upcoming District XC Champs. Meanwhile Tom is making slow progress while Kyle has a major fixture conundrum in 202…
 
As you travel about Montana’s fall and winter landscape, you’re bound to see the brown and gray patchwork of roadside weeds. We tend to classify weeds as those nuisance plants that grow where they are not wanted. It’s a rather subjective definition. Often the “weedness” of a plant rests in the eyes of the beholder. One person’s weed may be another …
 
Our special guest this week on SPED Homeschool Conversations was Anita Gibson, author, speaker, and educational strategist. Anita shared on "How to Unify Your Family"#family #unity #homeschoolingOther topics included in this episode are:Importance of Transparency for Family UnityKeeping Parenting Anger in CheckAnswering the Question: Should I Homes…
 
Comedic World War Two. Sarah Watt, William Chen and Jeremy Downing discuss two films that focus on Nazi-occupied Europe during World War Two that have a comedic or satirical edge: Jojo Rabbit (2019) and Inglourious Basterds (2009). We begin by discussing the situations and ways we first watched Inglourious Basterds, highlighting key reactions we ha…
 
With Beebee & Tom away, Jake and Dan take the keys to the podcast machine and interview Rabea Massaad. The guys talk with Bea about his background, what it’s like touring, YouTubing, developing amps for Victory and the changing tide of what it means to be a guitar star in the digital era. There’s also a brief recapitulation of the fake instagram pl…
 
In Episode 82 we've got part 1 of our interview with international marathon runner Derek Rae! We've been hoping to get Del on for a while so it's great to talk everything about him, his training, para athletics and more! We've got news from Leeds, Scots selected for the Euro Cross GB team and some cross country results on home soil.…
 
Our special guest this week on SPED Homeschool Conversations was Darla Beam, leadership and life coach at Darla Beam Leadership & Coaching. Darla shared with us on "How to REALLY Celebrate the Holidays without Compromising Your Family Values"#family #values #holidayOther topics covered in this episode:Taking Steps to Make Memorable Holiday Experien…
 
As raptors at the top of their food chain, goldens are good indicators of the ecological health of a region. In recent years, studies show a population in decline. What does one do with this information? This is one of the questions of science, and of birders: what are we really looking at?By Russ Van Paepeghem
 
This week the guys chat with the awesome Rhett Shull. Rhett is a hired gun session player with a successful and rapidly growing YT channel documenting his guitar life. Rhett also works closely with Rick Beato and on this episode shares some valuable insight into making guitar content online, juggling touring and making a living as a musician in the…
 
In Episode 81 we've got the second part of our interview with hill running hero Finlay Wild! Kyle is really cooking with his shorter distance training while Tom makes slow but sure progress in his injury rehab. We talk running with glasses and introduce TRS Runner of the Week! Race results, rants and fixtures as always.…
 
Our special guest this week on SPED Homeschool Conversations was Steve Demme, Creator of Math-U-See and Founder of Building Faith Families. Our discussion with Steve was about “Faith, Family, & Special Needs"#specialneeds #family #faith #homeschoolingOther topics covered in this episode:What Our Special Needs Children Can Teach Us About GodThe Impe…
 
Jessica H. shares how she balances home and work: “I realized that being a good teacher came at a really high price for me, at the expense of my family, relationships, and health. One day I decided that that price was higher than I was willing to pay. So I asked, “If I were to thrive — not just survive, but thrive — in my professional life, what wo…
 
Researchers are now testing theories that archaea populate the lowest branches, maybe even the roots, of our phylogenetic family tree. The hydrothermal ecosystems that encompass hot springs are among the oldest continuously-inhabited ecosystems on earth. These environments and the creatures that thrive there need to be protected, for they may tell …
 
Tom Quayle looks back on over 10 years being on YouTube and how the landscape of online guitar has changed. With Jake putting more time into his channel and Beebs contemplating doing the same, the team discuss what it means to start a guitar based YouTube channel in 2019, the possibilities, prospects and potential pitfalls. They also finally get ro…
 
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