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Addictive Eaters Anonymous (AEA) is a Twelve Step fellowship based on Alcoholics Anonymous. AEA members have found recovery from binge eating, anorexia, bulimia, other forms of addictive eating and compulsive exercise. These podcasts are a series of audio recordings of members sharing their experience, strength and hope. Wherever you are, whatever your problem with food, AEA can help: https://www.addictiveeatersanonymous.org/
 
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AEA Amplified

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AEA Amplified

Aircraft Electronics Association

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From the Aircraft Electronics Association, AEA Amplified is a podcast for aviation’s technology experts. Learn more about the ever-changing world of avionics technologies from industry professionals and aviation enthusiasts. Subscribe to AEA Amplified on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean or Spotify. Founded in 1957, the AEA represents nearly 1,300 member companies in more than 40 countries, including government-certified international repair stations specializing in maintenance, repai ...
 
Join us for a conversation about instruction, edtech tools, and classroom practices through the lens of the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) guidelines. As we delve deeper, we’ll be sharing ideas to help you reach each student and give them the tools they need to become expert learners in your school. Hosted by Lynn Kleinmeyer and Jonathan Wylie from Grant Wood AEA.
 
Last year, Chicago theatre veteran, Kevin Fox, investigated, wrote and performed a play about how jobs change and reveal people. On a mission now, this fella’s convinced there’s a recipe for unity in here somewhere. How The F#@% Do You Do That? peeks behind the curtain to discover the fascinating world of real people doing real work. Debuting in your ears March 2020, it’s not a show about famous people, it’s a show about you.. Hear you there!
 
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And GOD Said

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And GOD Said

Gwendolyn Briley-Strand

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See The Fruits, Inc. presents - And GOD Said. Read by Gwendolyn Briley-Strand, music by Derrick Anderson, Sr. Gwendolyn Briley-Strand reading’s from the bible of some of her favorite scriptures. Future topics “Faith, Healing, Promises, Comfort, Keys, Protector. Bio - Gwendolyn Briley-Strand holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Fordham University in New York City and has performed as a professional actor on stage, television and in film for over thirty years. She is a member of SAG-AFTRA ( Sc ...
 
UnionWorking is a grassroots organization fighting for all workers, starting with the current and future members of the entertainment unions. We are members of SAG-AFTRA. Some of us are also members of AEA and WGAW. UnionWorking understands that together, unions strengthen the workforce. This is our podcast.
 
Recording A Cappella: Inspiring interviews with the world's most incredible a cappella producers, arrangers, engineers, and luminaries! Our guests share how they started in a cappella, how they've grown and evolved, lessons they've learned, failures and successes they've had, recording practices they implement, how they stay motivated and ultimately what makes that fire inside of them burn!
 
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Monographs

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Global Cultural Districts Network (GCDN)

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Monographs offers in-depth explorations of the technical and practical topics which shape the ecosystem at the intersection of culture and urbanism. Each episode asks an expert of the field to give a dynamic and focused lecture – a monograph – on their topic of expertise, complete with supporting material made available after the initial broadcast.
 
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Practical Advice for "Impractical" Pursuits

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Practical Advice for "Impractical" Pursuits

Michigan State University Arts, Cultural Management & Museum Studies

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In each episode of "Practical Advice for 'Impractical' Pursuits", students in Michigan State University’s Arts, Cultural Management, and Museum Studies program will explore stories from industry professionals across arts and culture, arming you with all the knowledge you need to not just 'make it', but thrive. Students enrolled in the Michigan State University Arts, Cultural Management, & Museum Studies "Promotions and e-Commerce" course were assigned a project to create a podcast series and ...
 
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With advances in modern medicine, US life expectancy steadily improved over the second half of the 20th century. But that progress masked a growing gap in mortality between poorer and richer states that started in the 1980s. The exact reasons for this divergence are still unknown, but a paper in the Journal of Economic Perspectives helps rule out s…
 
Dave and Chris are on podcast and YouTube benders, talking CSS performance, CSS contain: Strict, what's new in CSS, how to build a great embed, one thing to make websites better in 2022, dealing with dogma in community, creating great slide decks, and #juicegate.By ShopTalk
 
Self-regulation is the ability to monitor and manage your energy states, emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in ways that are acceptable and produce positive results such as well-being, loving relationships, and learning. It's how we deal with stressors and it lays the foundation for all other activities. In this episode, we look at some resources an…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Corey Rogers (@corey_rogers) and Bridget Castelluccio (@B_Castelluccio) to talk about the new K-12 Computer Science requirements for Iowa schools! There is a lot to talk about but these are the people in the know so we made sure to get them on the podcast to share their knowledge and expertise. Here are some links …
 
The American Civil War and emancipation ended chattel slavery, and as a result, substantially reduced the fortunes of slaveholding households in the years immediately following the war. In a paper in the American Economic Review, authors Philipp Ager, Leah Boustan, and Katherine Eriksson find that many White former slave-owning households rebuilt m…
 
Show DescriptionSupporting local sports teams, thoughts on WordPress' full site block editor, advice on convincing clients to move away from WordPress, modern WYSIWYG editors, Microsoft and cloning Notion, an update on Chris' hacker, and what will it take for devs to “focus” on accessibility? Listen on Website →Links Notion Obsidian Advanced Custom…
 
Having students show what they know is a fundamental part of any classroom, but what does that look like in a UDL classroom? We have some ideas for you, as well as some tech tools and options for assessment. Here are some links from this episode: Use multiple media for communication (checkpoint5.1) Use multiple tools for construction and compositio…
 
DNA databases have become essential for solving crimes with few to no leads. But their benefits extend beyond finding suspects. They provide a powerful tool for preventing crimes from happening in the first place, according to a paper in the American Economic Journal: Applied Economics. Authors Anne Sofie Tegner Anker, Jennifer L. Doleac, and Rasmu…
 
In this episode, Lynn and Jonathan are joined by Lisa Klein, an ELL Consultant at Grant Wood AEA. Lisa helps us unpack the importance of language for all students and gives us tips on how to be better communicators in the classroom. Links from this episode: CHECKPOINT 2.1: Clarify vocabulary and symbols CHECKPOINT 2.2: Clarify syntax and structure …
 
This week, our catch of the day is Jamboard - Google's collaborative online whiteboard. We have tips, tricks, and templates to help you get the most out of this popular tool. We also have some news and your usual helping of delicious tech nuggets. Here are some links for what we talked about... News & follow-up: Live translated captions in Google M…
 
Austin was a laid-back college town in the 1980s when a student at the University of Texas named Michael Dell began selling computers from his dorm room. At the time, Texas’s capital city was perhaps known more for high hats than high-tech. But the company Dell started would become the world’s largest PC maker and attracted a slew of talent that tu…
 
Motivation is hard for adults, so imagine how hard it can be for students. In this episode, we look at a variety of ways that educators can help their students maintain motivation through goal setting, challenges, collaboration, and feedback. Here are some links for the things we talked about: CHECKPOINT 8.1: Heighten salience of goals and objectiv…
 
Based in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, SKYTRAC Systems has been a full-service data-driven solutions provider for private, business, commercial, and military aviation since 1986. Today, its systems are certified on more than 900 airframes with over 7,500 users around the globe. From performance trending and operations reporting to real-time as…
 
As Chris says, we're back to the meat 'n potatoes of ShopTalk with a Q&A episode including: XState thoughts, getting comfortable with JavaScript, tips on managing several WordPress sites, the best method to schedule high latency tasks with Node.js, a strategy for background images in CSS, and dealing with landing pages and subpages.…
 
Countries around the world are contemplating aggressive plans to curb CO₂ emissions in the coming decades. Many see the electrification of the transportation sector as the first step, but in a paper in the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, economist Stephen P. Holland warns against using simple bans on the sale of gasoline vehicles to ach…
 
In this episode, we take a look at how to reduce barriers to learning that would be introduced by the motor demands of a task. To help us out, we are joined by the amazing Kelli Robertson, the Accessibility Lead at Grant Wood AEA. Kelli talks to us about what assistive technology is and the role that it plays in the classroom for breaking down barr…
 
Learners differ in the ways that they perceive and comprehend information that is presented to them. We know that, but how can teachers plan for that? In this episode, we explore that in more depth and give you some tools and ideas to get you started. Here are some links from this episode: Offer ways of customizing the display of information (check…
 
WBParts is on a mission to help avionics shops be more productive and profitable. Headquartered in Palm Bay, Florida, the company offers a free work-order software called AMI – Aircraft Maintenance & Inventory System – that helps AEA members streamline their business. Learn how AMI works and how it can enhance the bottom line for avionics shops fro…
 
Hold on tight because we are sailing into the uncharted waters of Esports in schools this week. Thankfully, we have an expert at the helm, Jesse Lubinsky from Ready Learner One, who is going to navigate us safely through these stormy seas! Here are some links for what we talked about... News & follow-up: Screencastify’s new FREE features! CommonLit…
 
Right-wing radio has served as a megaphone for populist outrage in America. Talk-show hosts like Alex Jones and the late Rush Limbaugh have railed against cultural elites, promoted baseless claims of election fraud, stoked a backlash against immigrants, and questioned the effectiveness of masks and vaccinations amid the Covid-19 pandemic. How and t…
 
Our guests for this episode are Lynn Kleinmeyer and...uh...Jonathan Wylie? Don't worry! All will be revealed as we dive headfirst into the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Guidelines and show you why you need them in your classroom. Here are some links for what we talked about... News & follow-up: Flipgrid Live Events Spreading Screencastify (SW…
 
COVID-19 has reshaped work in numerous ways. Many fortunate white-collar Americans spent the last year working from home. Others in service-oriented jobs lost work or spent their workdays behind masks and plexiglass. These pandemic-related changes have been especially hard on women, according to a paper in the Journal of Economic Perspectives. Econ…
 
In this episode, we look at the perennial topic of student engagement. What are the best ways to engage all of our learners so that the content is more relevant and responsive to their needs, backgrounds, and cultures? We might not have all the answers, but the UDL guidelines give us lots of great, research-based ideas that are proven to have an im…
 
Avidyne Corp. recently introduced its all-new Vantage Flight Display System. Designed for forward-fit and retrofit applications in a variety of display formats, the company’s first certification of Vantage displays will be as a retrofit for Cirrus aircraft equipped with the Entegra PFD and MFD flight deck. An AEA member company since 1995, Avidyne’…
 
Tax evasion costs the United States hundreds of billions of dollars every year. But for some Americans, hiding income from the government is about more than keeping every possible penny they earned for themselves. It’s also a form of political protest. In a paper in the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, authors Julie Berry Cullen, Nichola…
 
In this episode, we do some UDL myth-busting and take some time to really get to know the UDL Guidelines in more depth. Here are some links that are related to the things we talked about in this episode! Universal Design The Myth of Average: Todd Rose Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 How to navigate the UDL Guidelines UDL in the ESSA What I…
 
For a military intervention to end successfully, foreign forces have to hand off security to domestic forces. But historically, these transitions have rarely gone well. In a paper in the American Economic Review, political scientist Austin L. Wright examined the impact of NATO troop withdrawals from Afghanistan on insurgent violence and local perce…
 
The D-d-d-d-discord's got threads! Are conferences a thing we're ready for? How was Dave's experience working on a Windows PC? Help Dave figure out his monitor issue on Mac. Are people writing websites without a build step? And what is a good CSS technique for displaying images that could be either horizontal or vertical?…
 
We're chatting with Ian Frost who swapped out his meteorologist career to become a web developer alongside his brother Brad Frost. We talk about getting started learning HTML / CSS, and then Javscript, writing code as a team, navigating the front and back end in 2021, dictating tech stacks to clients, and dealing with turnover and tech changes with…
 
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