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Piano Finally is a podcast by an old bloke who is learning the piano, finally. I cover the process of learning the piano and music theory as an adult learner. I also review piano books, hardware and other materials from an adult learner's perspective.
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Tiger Talk Podcast by Northeast Mississippi Community College

Michael H. Miller, Northeast Mississippi Community College, Liz Calvery

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The official podcast of Northeast Mississippi Community College. Listen to us each week via iTunes Podcast, Spotify and GooglePlay. Northeast's Tiger Talk podcast has surpassed 300 weekly episodes by providing information about the premier community college in the nation - Northeast Mississippi Community College.
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The REACH Collaborative brings together a network of teams from six states, California, Colorado, New York, North Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. Along with coaches, equity champions, and a host of intermediary partners to strengthen credential pathways with the supports and curricular alignment that post-traditional adult learners of color ages 25 through 64 need to re-skill. The coordination of the REACH Collaborative is led by the Education Strategy Group, or ESG, in partnership with the O ...
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Education technology is constantly changing and it can be difficult to keep up! Grab a cup of coffee and join hosts Ron, Keith, and Sarah for a 20-30 minute chat every month to find out the latest in EdTech that will improve your classroom.
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Violin Class is a podcast for the non-professional violinist and violin enthusiast. Join me to learn what you should know about the instrument, technique tips, practicing, the repertoire, and history of the violin, from the perspective of a professional violinist and violin teacher. Hosted by Julia Reddy, www.violinclass.co; contact: violinclasspod@gmail.com
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Let’s Go Further

Skills and Education Group

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The ‘Let’s Go Further’ podcast shines a spotlight on education and the role it plays in transforming lives. Each week, we speak to individuals from the world of education and beyond, delving into their journeys, achievements, and why education matters to them. Our guests include learners who have succeeded in the face of adversity, teachers who inspire others, and many other people who support education through their work. Each episode is hosted by Joe Mcloughlin, Foundation Manager at the S ...
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Welcome to What's Literacy? by Literacy Quebec, a community-based podcast for English-speaking, lifelong literacy learners in Quebec. Our host Jessica Leahy from Literacy Quebec explores topics around community building, lifelong curiosity, and the multiple types of literacy. It's incredible what we can learn from each other!
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Welcome to the Let’s Talk TEFL podcast with Jackie Bolen and Jennifer Smith. We’re going to discuss everything ESL/EFL teaching, including experiences teaching abroad, activity and game ideas, teaching tips, interviews with old friends, and more. Come join us in the Let’s Talk TEFL teacher’s lounge for some inspiration and entertainment!
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The 38

Nikolas Harter

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I’m Nikolas Harter, and The 38 is my podcast. I tell true stories in sound: my own misadventures, fact-finding missions, and audio portraits. The 38 also happens to be the bus which runs by my house.
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Welcome to the Oxford Adult ESL Conversations podcast, hosted by Jayme Adelson-Goldstein, co-author of the Oxford Picture Dictionary and series director of the new Step Forward Second Edition. In this podcast series, Jayme is joined by Adult ESL educators, thought leaders, and advocates for candid conversations about topics important to teachers in this dynamic field.
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Love, Joy, and Languages is a podcast where you can learn about language learning; supporting your children in their language journeys; and overcoming the many challenges faced by adult language learners, parents raising multilingual children, and expat language learners. I sit at the intersection of these three worlds, and I want to share my own journey navigating this crossroads while inviting you to discover your own, unique language learning journey. Music used as intro & outro in this P ...
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As the CEO of my own RTO for over 12 years and a qualified Trainer and Assessor for more than 15 years this podcast will help you develop your skills and knowledge to become a leader in your industry. Using strategies that enhance your delivery, connect with your learners and obtain exceptional outcomes.Professional development is vital to your success and we are here to help you discover your flow and best practice as a professional trainer and assessor.Learn all aspects of Training design ...
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Content creator, host, and editor, Stephanie Dennis, is on a mission to empower people to take control of their careers by offering holistic career advice. The goal is to provide everyone with actionable tips, knowledge, skills, and confidence to crush their career goals. This podcast takes a funny, fresh, and playful approach to discussing career topics. We have fun, laugh, use adult language, tell it how it is, and get right to the point. Check out Career Talk: Learn - Grow - Thrive as fea ...
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Assembling Inclusion

Katie Nieves Licwinko

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We celebrate inclusion and help bring awareness of how to be more inclusive in our daily lives by interviewing individuals worldwide who create, facilitate, or participate in inclusive work.
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Looking for some short, sweet, real life English to improve your listening skills or just have fun? Never too long, never boring, and always something worthwhile for the curious listener or English learner! Transcript included too! Check out the past episodes for more fun!
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This podcast provides simple studying advice for non-traditional students returning to education to advance their careers. You’re in the right place if you’re a mature student, distance or workplace learner (or all three like Chloe) and studying for a degree or professional qualification. Chloe Burroughs, study skills expert and author of The Return to Study Handbook, will teach you how to study effectively so that you can boost your academic confidence, get more done in less time, and achie ...
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Creating connections and conversations about people, technology and the intersection of health and wellbeing. Recorded through the "cyber synaptic space." Catherine speaks to people who are considered experts in their fields. Important information for parents, teachers, professionals and anyone who wants to learn about cyberspace, digital parenting, security, data protection, counselling, health, wellbeing, personal growth and development. This is your acoustic & neuroplastic ride that will ...
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Welcome to my podcast! 🗣 The name highlights some of the micro aggressions faced by successful Black women in predominantly white spaces. I am Nicketa Coombs M. Ed., M.A I am School Psychology Doctoral Student, Intern, Social Justice Advocate, Researcher, Academic, and Lifelong Learner. ( and dog mom, plant mom & witch 🖤) I am Jamaican born & raised. Join me as I: - Navigate the social justice realm from a multicultural, interdisciplinary lens. - Highlight amazing work being done by Strong B ...
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Join parenting coach and mom-in-the-trenches, Penny Williams, as she helps parents, caregivers, and educators harness the realization that we are all beautifully complex and marvelously imperfect. Each week she delivers insights and actionable strategies on parenting and educating neurodivergent kids — those with ADHD, autism, anxiety, learning disabilities... Her approach to decoding behavior while honoring neurodiversity, and parenting the individual child you have will provide you with th ...
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Aging Forward Podcast

Hosted by: Christina Chen, MD

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A podcast highlighting topics and conversations related to healthy aging and Geriatric medicine from experts in the field of geriatrics and community medicine at Mayo Clinic. Whether you are a learner/trainee, currently practicing in the healthcare field, a caregiver, or perhaps someone who is simply interested in learning more about the science of aging and how to improve your health span and quality of life- this podcast is for you.
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Become a Master Learner. This podcast deals with lifelong learning. Coaching the listeners in depth on how the brain works, how learning happens and how to increase skills, knowledge and understanding. Topics include metacognition, practicing techniques, and unique breakdowns on different levels of mastery. Useful for learners, teachers and coaches. PI is the ultimate podcast for curious minds, where each episode dives deep into a thought-provoking topic with expert guests from various field ...
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E2 Talks is a monthly podcast where we chat about the English language landscape, conversing about topics relevant to ESL students. E2 Talks, an extension of E2Language, will provide listeners with extensive insights into topics that matter to our students. The goal here is to create a more laidback learning environment that you can access on your terms!
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EnCOURAGE Your Wellness shows women and men how to be strong, positive leaders for their families. Explore health and wellness with medical experts. Discover the connection of traditional medicine, nutrition, and natural plant-based products. Hear the inspirational lessons that your host Pamela learned fighting for her son’s life. Now is the time to look at your health symptoms and ask "why?" and "how?". Doctors, health, and wellness leaders share stories of hope and healing, here on the EnC ...
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In this episode, host Jeff Yan interviews Lizz Colon, the Director of Learning in Public at College Unbound. Discover College Unbound's unique approach to addressing educational trauma and fostering adult learning. Learn how their program supports students from diverse backgrounds by providing flexibility, community support, and a commitment to lif…
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About the Guest(s): April Rehrig is the founder of Rise Educational Advocacy and Consulting, LLC. With over 20 years of experience as an elementary school teacher and school psychologist in Los Angeles, April is a licensed educational psychologist and a board-certified special education advocate. She has attended the prestigious COPAA SEAT 2.0 and …
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Join Keith on this special episode as he interviews STEM Consultant Du Bui about Esports in K-12 education. Learn about how Esports supports STEM learning, core classrooms, SEL and career paths. Our Special Guest Du Bui STEM Consultant Kent ISD dubui@kentisd.org Resources Du’s Article Michigan High School Esports Federation (MiHSEF) Network of Acad…
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We’ve all but outright rejected the old adage, “It takes a village to raise a child,” in American culture. We’re more fragmented and lonely than ever. Yet, there’s clear evidence that community and connection are key to happiness. It certainly takes a community to raise a happy and resilient child, even if “community” looks different in modern life…
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Northeast Mississippi Community College President Dr. Ricky G. Ford sits down with Marketing and Public Relations Associate Alli Scott as she fills in for Liz Calvery to discuss what has endured the TigerTalk podcast to so many listeners over 300 episodes. Northeast's TigerTalk podcast celebrates 300 episodes since its humble launch in October 2017…
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In my 15 years of teaching violin, I’ve noticed a topic that is confusing for a lot of adult learners: how to structure their technique and warmup practice. In this blog post, I wanted to discuss six things that I think that every violinist should be practicing in some form at every practice session— some of these will be more geared towards interm…
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This episode is a two parter featuring Carrie Swails. In the first part of the episode, we talk about Carrie’s work with disability advocacy and activism. We discuss Carrie’s DEI work with companies and organizations, including an emphasis on the importance of company culture and clear accommodations processes for creating inclusive workspaces. In …
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#156 – In this episode, I dive into the transformative concept of productive struggle and how it can be a secret weapon for your academic success. I’ll demystify what productive struggle actually is, highlighting the difference between productive and unproductive struggle. Then, I’ll share 7 simple, practical strategies to help you navigate and emb…
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Ever wondered how you can optimise your piano practice routine and set up a perfect practice space? Tune in as I, David Reidy, share my personal journey of dedicating five and a half hours of practice this week to Alyssa Milne's "Getting to Grade One." I also dive into the charming world of Samuel Arnold's "Gigue" and Manfred Schmitz's "Mini Hit," …
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Jackie and Jennifer talk all things task-based learning and teaching. Level up your English classes with all ages and levels by incorporating some task-based activities. We talk about the reasons to use this style of lesson, as well as some of the classic activities to use. Find Out More: Task-Based Language Teaching Intro to Task-Based Learning on…
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Think Inclusive is off this week as we prep for the homestretch to season 11. This week, we have a feed drop for you from our friends at AMI. It’s called The Pulse. In this episode: Journalists Amy Silverman and Rebecca Montelion discuss ableism, journalism, and intellectual disability. They explore the importance of plain language in news reportin…
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Join host Kelly Driscoll in part two of her conversation with Kyle Hewson, Vice Chair and Clinical Associate Professor in the Doctorate in Physical Therapy program at Stony Brook University. They discuss physical therapists' unique and impactful role in building personalized relationships and integrating psychology and ethics into PT education. Lea…
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In this episode of Beautifully Complex, we’re examining a topic that really hits close to home for many of us — what to do when importance doesn’t create motivation, especially for our neurodivergent kids. I know firsthand how challenging it can be to get our kids started and keep them going on tasks that matter, but don’t necessarily excite them. …
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Northeast Mississippi Community College President Dr. Ricky G. Ford sits down with Marketing and Public Relations Associate Alli Scott as she fills in for Liz Calvery to discuss all the activities that happen at the college during the summer months. While last week focused on the students and community, Ford talks about what employees do during the…
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Dr. Heather Stone is one of the top functional medicine practitioners in the world. She has over 20 years of clinical experience in private practice. During that time she has successfully helped thousands of women overcome the symptoms of hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Her thyroid transformation blueprint has been used by hundreds of d…
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In this episode we’re looking at the FE and skills curriculum and asking what a new government needs to do to ensure it is fit for purpose and future-proof. To do this we’re joined by David Gallagher, CEO of NCFE, an educational charity and leader in vocational and technical learning, and Karen Spencer, Principal and Chief Executive of Harlow Colle…
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In this episode, we sit down with Melissa McKay, a graduate of the Illinois High School Diploma program and current nursing student at Lewis and Clark Community College. Melissa shares her journey of overcoming personal challenges, including being a young mother, battling addiction, and navigating relationships, to pursue her education and dream of…
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In todays "uncomfortable" for some people, conversation i am joined by two of my favourite colleagues in the space of Psychosexual Therapy, Sexology and the world of relationships. We have been discussing many of the issues on todays episode for a number of years, so I decided to record our conversation to bring you what "really" happens in a sex t…
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#155 – the podcast is back babyyyy! In this reintroduction episode, I share my personal adult learning journey, detailing how I transformed from a struggling student to achieving a first-class degree. You'll hear about the bumps along the road, the lessons learned, and the strategies I developed that led me to now running my own business helping st…
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Ever thought about picking up a musical instrument as an adult but felt overwhelmed by the commitment? Join me, David Reidy, as I share my personal journey of diving into the world of piano playing in this heartwarming episode of "Piano, Finally." Discover the key moments that led to my decision to start and how I've managed to fit two lessons on M…
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About the Guest(s): Diane Strand is an accomplished entrepreneur, influential leader in the creative industry, and an advocate for inclusion through the arts. With a rich background that includes credentials from iconic shows such as "Friends," "General Hospital," and "Veronica's Closet," Diane's expertise spans across production and acting. Alongs…
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Today, I'm so excited to be talking with Dr. Adam Price, a nationally known clinical psychologist and best-selling author with over 30 years of experience working with kids and adults. He's the author of "He's Not Lazy: Empowering Your Son to Believe in Himself" and "The He's Not Lazy Guide to Better Grades and a Great Life." In this episode, we’re…
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Northeast Mississippi Community College President Dr. Ricky G. Ford sits down with Marketing and Public Relations Associate Alli Scott as she fills in for Liz Calvery to discuss all the activities that happen at the college during the summer months. While the majority of students are away for the summer, it does not mean that the college sits silen…
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In this episode of the Digication Scholars Conversations, we dive into the impactful world of high-impact practices and experiential learning. 🎓✨ Host Kelly Driscoll chats with Kyle Hewson, Vice Chair and Clinical Associate Professor in the Doctorate in Physical Therapy program at Stony Brook University. From clinical experiences to service learnin…
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I’m joined violists Liz & Steph, the hosts of MusicianCentric Podcast. They share new research on how to practice smarter and the differences between viola and violin. Listen to MusicianCentric podcast here Molly Gebrian episode / Susanna Klein episode --- Full blog post and transcript Free violin warmups guide Join the Violin Class newsletter Send…
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In todays timely episode we are talking "Unlocked" the REAL science of screens, smartphones and more with Professor Pete Etchells, a Science Communicator (a role he discusses in his book) who has been steeped in this domain for a very long time. His research is broad and deep and takes a sensible, I repeat sensible look at the world of what smartph…
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In this episode, we sat down with Syren Nagakyire, the founder of Disabled Hikers, an organization that creates trail guides and resources for disabled hikers. Syren was inspired to create Disabled Hikers after realizing there was a lack of information about accessible trails. The organization’s trail guides are written by disabled hikers, for disa…
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What we talked about on this episode: This episode was inspired by a TT video I saw where someone shared their remote compensation, hybrid comp, and in-office comp expectations. It was said they ask for $20k more for in-office jobs and the person dueting it seemed shocked. My response was good for them BUT that’s it? Let’s talk about it. Should you…
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Embark on a musical voyage with me, David Reidy, as I tackle the grand adventure of mastering the piano later in life. With a lifetime of teaching others, I'm stepping into the shoes of a student to bring you an honest, insightful look at what it's like to learn piano as an adult. From grappling with music theory to testing the best learning tools …
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The modern camera can be used to alter our perception of reality if we aren't paying attention. This episode is an extensive update of the previous episode How to Take a Photo 如何拍照片. Visit funlearningchinese.com to sign up for FLC Firecracker Newsflash emails and get your 21 Very Helpful Hints for Learning to Speak Chinese!…
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Check out my top 10 ESL games and activities for adults. The key to better English classes is a wide variety of engaging and interactive activities and this podcast episode will help you get there in style! Find Out More: ESL Conversation Activities for Adults ESL Games for Adults on YouTube Jackie on TikTok Jackie on Instagram Jackie on Pinterest …
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About the Guest(s): Dr. Emily King is a licensed psychologist with a background in school psychology and a passion for supporting neurodivergent individuals. Her professional history includes working as a school psychologist and providing consultation services for educators and parents. Dr. King focuses on understanding and supporting diverse learn…
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In this episode of Beautifully Complex, we’re focusing on making summertime rewarding and manageable for neurodiverse families. I’ll guide you through a summer plan that encompasses structured activities, personal growth, and meaningful connections. This episode is packed with strategies starting with how to create an adaptable visual plan using to…
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Join Jeff Yan and nursing professor Sharyl Toscano from the University of Alaska, Anchorage, as they dive deeper into the vital role of reflective storytelling in nursing education. Discover the benefits and challenges of integrating reflection into curriculums, and how it can transform student experiences and patient care. Sharyl also shares her i…
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In this episode, you'll hear from BreAnna Buchanan, a recent graduate of the Illinois High School Diploma program from Lewis and Clark Community College in Greene County. BreAnna openly shares her story of facing addiction, losing custody of her son, and working hard to rebuild her life. She talks about earning her diploma while working at the Gree…
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Northeast Mississippi Community College President Dr. Ricky G. Ford sits down with Marketing and Public Relations Associate Alli Scott as she fills in for Liz Calvery to discuss what plans are on the docket for the college during the summer months when there is less student traffic on campus. Ford talks about all the maintenance that goes into keep…
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Join Helen Kara and I as she explores the intricacies of trauma-informed research. In this insightful conversation, Helen discusses the ethical considerations and methodologies crucial for conducting research with trauma survivors, those affected by trauma and those studying trauma, Including methods for interviews and costings and trauma therapy a…
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Jodi Scott is a visionary force in the Health & Wellness space, boasting over two decades of experience dedicated to redefining the boundaries of human health. With a Master's degree in Health Psychology, a background in pre-med, and a specialization in the captivating field of Psychoneuroimmunology, Jodi's journey has been an exploration of the in…
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In this episode, we’re talking about the green curriculum and asking how we develop an education and training system that creates a skilled workforce for new and emerging industries. We’re asking what role FE can play and what the next government can do to support colleges seeking to skill and reskill the workers needed to tackle the major global c…
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Online safety campaigner and advisor to the Molly Rose foundationIn this eye-opening video, Andy Burrows exposes the shocking reality of online risks faced by children and teens today. Drawing upon years of experience working at the NSPCC, Andy reveals startling statistics that highlight the urgent need to protect young people in the digital age.Ke…
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In today's episode I'm chatting with my dear friend, Kuba, a polyglot and passionate language learner who has a fascinating history with languages. As a native Polish speaker, Kuba learned Spanish and English in school, Hungarian at University and through immersion, and Catalan through immersion before diving into a world of self-study. After becom…
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Check out these tips for teaching English for specific purposes, including medical English, aviation English, tourism English, business English, and more. The tips include using role-plays, focusing on vocabulary, helping students get the results they need, and doing a needs analysis. Find Out More: ESL Speaking on Facebook Jackie on TikTok Jackie …
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About the Guest(s): Will Parker hosts "Principal Matters: The School Leaders Podcast." With a rich background in education spanning over three decades, Will Parker has established himself as a seasoned educator and an influential voice in school leadership. Having served as a high school administrator for over 13 years and then as an executive dire…
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In this episode, I’m joined by Tara Phillips, speech language pathologist and founder of Autism Little Learners. She shares some transformative tools and techniques which have significantly benefited her students, such as the use of visual supports and predictable routines. Together, Tara and I explore the importance of positive connections and a s…
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This week, Jeff Yan sits down with Sharyl Toscano, a professor at the School of Nursing at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Dive deep into the multifaceted world of nursing and uncover powerful insights on: - Storytelling in Nursing: Explore how sharing and reflecting on personal clinical experiences can shape compassionate care. - Nonviolent Co…
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Northeast Mississippi Community College President Dr. Ricky G. Ford sits down with Marketing and Public Relations Associate Alli Scott as she fills in for Liz Calvery to discuss the college's Night of Celebration on Tuesday, May 21 at 5:30 p.m. in the Hines Hall Auditorium. Ford talks about what has helped the college to survive for 75 years, discu…
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Episode 3.10 - Moral Panic and The Anxious Generation All responses for Podcast PDx are due by May 31. Ron, Keith and Sarah discuss perspectives surrounding the book The Anxious Generation by Jonathan Haidt. Topics include: Our changing definition of play, cell phone bans, screen time, social media and the impact of technology on mental health. Res…
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