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Sal Khan, the founder of Khan Academy, loves to learn. So when schools closed, he began hosting a livestream series, Homeroom with Sal, where he brought on fascinating people from the worlds of education, technology, and more, to ask them questions about their chosen fields and their philosophies of life. We took some of our favorite conversations from that livestream and curated them as this podcast!
 
On Homeland Homeroom, we focus on how security issues affect your everyday life - from cybersecurity to elections to transportation. We talk to reporters, U.S. representatives and listeners like you about the latest security news and best practices for keeping yourself secure. Our hosts come from both sides of the aisle: James Norton is former deputy assistant undersecretary at DHS in the George W. Bush administration. Dena Graziano is former Democratic communications director for the House ...
 
Every week, WNYC tells you about the best documentaries as they become available on screens of any size. Our hosts are Thom Powers and Raphaela Neihausen, co-founders of the Pure Nonfiction podcast and the DOC NYC festival, the largest non-fiction film festival in the U.S. WNYC Studios is the producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, Freakonomics Radio, 2 Dope Queens, Death, Sex & Money, On the Media and many more.
 
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West Salem Elementary School

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These podcasts were created by K-5 students from West Salem Elementary School in Salem, Virginia. They have created a variety of presentations including reading original stories and poems, readers theaters, and reviews for content area units. We hope you enjoy listening to these podcasts!
 
Interviews with the world's best investors and find out what they are currently investing in whether it be the stocks, retirement accounts, Wealthfront, Betterment, Vanguard, mutual funds, real estate, Forex, REITs, or other types of Investing methods. Millionaire Sam Marks and Entrepreneur Johnny FD invest like a boss while sharing what their personal portfolios are, and how they save their hard earned money for travel, life and retirement. Invest Like a Boss covers all aspects of investing ...
 
This podcast is for any teacher who is seeking for ways to enrich the learning in their classroom without breaking the bank. We will explore the simple steps on how to turn the traditional learning experience into one founded on practices of the PYP in 10 to 20 minute episodes. The PYP is part of the International Baccalaureate program, which focuses on developing the whole child by allowing students to create their own meaning from learning. If you’re not a PYP teacher, don’t worry. We’ll b ...
 
Cornerstones of Care is dedicated to partnering for safe and healthy communities. We provide a variety of quality prevention treatment and support services to children and families in Missouri and Kansas. Our key service areas include: - Education - Mental & Behavioral Health - Foster Care & Adoption - Youth Support - Family Support - Community Training
 
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Joe/Joey, Christie, & Sonny

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nog•jog (v); a spontaneous discussion used to express one’s current thoughts and feelings. Also known as, your new favorite podcast! Welcome to the world of nogjog, a weekly podcast hosted by 3 twenty-something year old Cambodian Americans, Joe/Joey, Christie, and Sonny! Each week listeners will be able to join the nogjog team to discuss what has been running through their minds and/or heavy on their hearts. From song suggestions to deeply rooted struggles in an Asian-American household, eve ...
 
Join Chad Belmont as he transforms from an underachieving, Sega Genesis obsessed high schooler to Captain S, the legendary hero of lore sent to save Video Land from the evil clutches of NES and the Game Genie. Fighting along side him are his two best friends: Becky, a nerdy gamer with a secret crush, and Lunk, a jock with a voracious appetite. The show is an homage to Saturday morning programming from years past, re-calling the cheesy charm of such shows as Saved by the Bell and Superhuman S ...
 
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High school students, if you’ve ever said to yourself “college isn’t for me,” this podcast episode is for you. The skills you develop in high school and college can help you prepare for many different types of careers, from fashion design to software engineering, and from cybersecurity to becoming an entrepreneur. In this episode, you’ll hear from …
 
In this episode of UEN Homeroom, Dani and Matt speak with authors Darren Hudgins and Jennifer LaGarde about information literacy and evaluating our responses to media. They also discuss many ideas from Darren and Jennifer's book Developing Digital Detectives. Darren Hudgins on Twitter Jennifer LaGarde on Twitter Developing Digital Detectives Order …
 
This week, I’m excited to report to you from New London, CT. It’s a beautiful seaside town with a lot of history in its six square miles. I’m here working with a PYP school to restructure their library according to the six transdisciplinary themes, as well as genrefying their novels, creating a lower primary section, and a place for the learner pro…
 
Sam, Johnny & Derek all weigh on this introduction to Decentralized Finance AKA DeFi. Sam interviews DeFi Nation's Clayton Roche to go over the new types of financial tools available in DeFi and compares them to traditional financial institutions. Then Johnny & Derek recap the interview and give their thoughts on how they might utilize DeFi in the …
 
Johnny and Derek go over the listener voted Top 10 Favorite Investment Platforms for Non-Accredited investors. We polled the Boss Lounge and these were everyone's favorites. The guys go over which ones they also personally invest in and their thoughts (good or bad!) on each. Listen to the episode to hear the entire list! Listen to ILAB 205 on iTune…
 
In this episode, Dani and Matt are joined by Heather Francis and Brenda Beyal from the BYU Arts Partnership's Native American Curriculum Initiative. They talk about the initiative, why it exists, how they built the curriculum and how it will help educators. BYU Arts Partnership Native American Curriculum Initiative Website Moving Towards Culturally…
 
Entrepreneur Magazine calls Justin Donald the “Warren Buffett of Lifestyle Investing.” He’s a master of low-risk cash flow investing, specializing in simplifying complex financial strategies, structuring deals, and disciplined investment systems that consistently produce profitable results. His ethos is to “create wealth without creating a job.” In…
 
The practices we have shared in the past two episodes apply to all learners. Some will be overstimulated, while others will be underwhelmed. No child fits into one specific category, which was part of my apprehension in separating the students into designation groups. At the same time, I believe there are some things we can put into place that will…
 
"Hold Your Fire," premiering at the DOC NYC festival, looks at the longest hostage siege in NYPD history in 1973. Filmmaker Stefan Forbes teams with producer Fab Five Freddy to cover multiple perspectives, and mysteries that linger decades later. The documentary "Hold Your Fire" reexamines a 1973 hostage siege in New York City.(Courtesy of "Hold Yo…
 
What are urban myths in education, and how might we debunk them? Author and educational scientist, Pedro De Bruyckere joins Khan Academy’s Chief Learning Officer, Kristen DiCerbo to discuss questions like: Does playing chess improve intelligence? Does it take 10,000 hours to gain expertise? Join us to learn more. Streamed live on November 11, 2021.…
 
CEO and Co-Founder Jesse Randall is a fintech startup executive and venture capitalist helping to usher in the new era of generational wealth creation for everyday people. His roots in small farm life in rural America as part of a very large family gave him a unique foundational work ethic and view of the world. He has come to understand that he wo…
 
How can we honor Native American heritage and culture in our schools? On this episode of Ed Talks, Kara Bobroff, Founder of the Native American Community Academy joins Khan Academy’s Chief Learning Officer, Kristen DiCerbo, Ph.D. to discuss ways to preserve Indigenous language and identity. Livestreamed on November 9, 2021. See the original stream …
 
Now that we’ve designed the learning environment for the language learner, let’s talk about the gifted learner. I don’t like this designation, because I believe that all children are gifted in their own unique way and the PYP allows it to shine. I know everyone who is listening totally agrees with my summation. We can picture specific learners in o…
 
On this episode of UEN Homeroom, Matt and Dani get the pleasure of speaking with "This Land" podcast host and activist, Rebecca Nagle about Native American culture and education. Their conversation covers storytelling, uplifting marginalized voices and how educators can learn more about Native American culture. Rebecca Nagle on Twitter This Land Po…
 
Sam interviews Charityvest CEO/Co-Founder Stephen Kump about their new modern donor-advised fund platform. Charityvest's goal is to make charitable giving easier for the masses and also cut down on tax paperwork. Sam and Derek then go over their thoughts on Charityvest and it's simplicity of giving. They also talk about what to look out for when gi…
 
How does our learning space design reflect the needs of your language learners? In this episode, we will explore how the learning environment supports or is an obstacle to language acquisition for your language learners. We will explore some simple ways to make language more accessible and rich in order to make all of your learners feel included in…
 
Johnny FD interviews Homeroom CEO Johnny Wolff about co-living both as a tenant and potential investor. Then Johnny & Derek share their roommate stories, investing in Homeroom, and exploring creating your own co-living investment property. Johnny Wolff is the CEO and Founder of HomeRoom Coliving – one of the fastest growing coliving companies in th…
 
A very special ILAB - episode 200! Sam & Johnny reflect back on 200 episodes of ILAB and then give lifestyle and investment strategy updates from the last quarter. If you'd like access to the second half with Sam & Johnny's full investment breakdowns and Johnny's full portfolio screenshots, you must sign up as an ILAB Patreon. Listen to ILAB 200 on…
 
In this episode, Derek interviews Pacaso CEO Austin Allison about owning shares of luxury vacation homes and how it all works. Then Derek and Johnny catch up and give their thoughts on second home co-ownership. This is more a lifestyle play than a pure investment, but we can see where this would be a great option for many people. Austin co-founded …
 
Sam interviews Viscosoft Founder & CEO Gabriel (Gabe) Dungan about crowdfunding his bed in a box startup. The two go back over a decade to their startup days in China and explain the technology and how Gabe has transitioned the business to the United States. Then Sam and Derek recap the business, talk about their experiences with bed in a box, talk…
 
Welcome to our new series on the importance of the learning environment and play to support inquiry. This has been a labor of love over the past few months as I’ve experienced my own a-ha moments about the importance of learning space design. It sounds so intuitive, yet, it’s one of the hardest things for educators to give up. In this episode, we w…
 
"My Name is Pauli Murray" profiles the multi-hyphenate activist, lawyer, poet and priest who had a non-binary gender identity and was a pioneer in civil rights and feminism. Filmmakers Julie Cohen and Betsy West, who previously directed the Oscar-nominated "RBG," show how Murray set precedents for later chapters of history that became famous.…
 
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