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Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY)

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A podcast about parenting and educating K-12 gifted and talented kids from Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY). Show notes available at https://johnshopkinscty.org/bright-now-season-three-show-notes
 
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If you want something done, sometimes the best solution is to do it yourself. That can apply to fire service training, too. My guest today was a young firefighter when he was assigned to slower station after being at a busy one. He found a crew that wasn’t much interested in training. About the time he was starting to get lazy, he realized he could…
 
If your department doesn’t operate its own ambulances, a third-party operator is transporting your patients. But what happens when that company doesn’t meet your standards for response time? It can become a real problem, our guest today says. And it isn’t always easy to solve. Fire Chief Scott Freitag has been on Code 3 a couple of times before. He…
 
Today, we’re talking electric vehicles. If you live in Los Angeles, like I do, you see them every day. Teslas and hybrids are everywhere! But there are a lot of places where electric vehicles –called EVs—or hybrids still aren’t common. Problem is, these cars can be really dangerous when you do find one in an MVA. Time was, we worried about electric…
 
Melbourne's Deputy Lord Mayor has introduced two new design review panels. Does this form of advisory city-making actually work? Two experts join Blueprint to discuss the history and merits of this process. Plus, Annie Smithers whips up a meringue, and Colin Bisset takes you on a tour of the Korakuen Garden. And for Lost and Found, eminent Irish-Au…
 
What has gender got to do with type? Well, nothing actually. But that doesn't stop us from ascribing gender to it. Hear from type designer Marie Boulanger, whose new book tries to understand why we keep doing it. Plus, architectural scholar Soon-Tzu Speechley on Malaysia and Singapore's 'creole' classical architecture; Annie Smithers on fruit mince…
 
Join chef and former librarian Stephanie Alexander in a wide-ranging discussion about the joys of home cooking. Plus, urban scholar Kim Dovey tells us what the study of informal urbanism can say about the crowd in a time of crisis; a dispatch from South Australia's Nature Festival; and Colin Bisset gets chintzy. Then, a trip to one of America's beg…
 
What design interventions do we need to improve our indoor air quality? Plus, Annie Smithers on kitchen gadgets and tools, Sean Dooley gives us the word about the birds, and Colin Bisset traces the origins of white goods. Then escape to the world's most enchanting bookshops.
 
Take a stroll through the woods on the Russian-Finnish border — or your favourite bit of public space — to hear about how 3D-printed ceramics are helping vulnerable coral reefs; why garment workers are celebrating the renewal of an ethical manufacturing accord; and why Linda Bo Bardi is a Brazilian visionary. Plus, discover Belfast's layers of comp…
 
This is a special double edition of Code 3. We take a look back at the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, in New York City. By now, you know it’s been 20 years since that tragic day when we lost 343 members of the FDNY. But I still find it hard to comprehend. It feels like yesterday to me, and I’m sure if you were around for it, you feel the sam…
 
A diverse grab-bag awaits in this latest edition of Blueprint, with a pre-lockdown walking tour of Melbourne modernism; an audience with the highly-award car designer Ian Callum; Annie Smithers' family recipe for Father's Day fruitcake; and Colin Bisset's portrait of a prolific renaissance man. Then top it all off with a trip to the Torres Strait.…
 
It's time to join the reknit revolution — thread by thread. Then it's time for some journeys: a studio visit to artist Pru La Motte; Oxford with Afghan author Durkhanai Ayubi; and Colin Bisset's tour of the Irish manor Angelica Houston once called home. While you're at it, leave some room for some butter courtesy of Annie Smithers. And to top it al…
 
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