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Welcome to the Alright-est social science podcast on the Internet! A book read/podcast where some psychologists go through open-source (if-available) psychology textbooks and offer commentary and real-world application on each topics. Sometimes with special guests!!! Website: https://psychosocialdistancingpodcast.com/
 
Engage with this unique podcast - each week one of our team of experts will explore from one to three favourite and impactful apps or platforms for learning and teaching. Sometimes we'll add downloadable resources and guides too.What makes this different is the way we use neuroscience and learning design models to explore and assess the value of the app to teaching and learning. We also include adult learning - the training game in particular - to the scope of our content and recommendations ...
 
Welcome to the podcast where two British teachers sit down every week to discuss all thing IELTS. It doesn't matter if you are new to IELTS or have been struggling to achieve your band scores for a long time, Nick and Shelly will help you complete your IELTS journey in the least painful way possible. So, if you are looking for two teachers who offer clear practical advice about how to prepare for the IELTS test, have over 30-years teaching experience, and make IELTS enjoyable, then you are i ...
 
Lisa Betts-LaCroix talks to brilliant and wise academics and scientists, visionary innovators and entrepreneurs, communication experts, authors, and other bright minds to unpack the skills and mindset needed to activate your Inner Super Hero. Whether you're growing a business, building a family, launching a start-up, managing a team, or reinventing your Self, the world needs your brightest, biggest most powerful Self now more than ever.
 
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Laurence Woodruff & Michael Ralph

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Teaching is a personal profession. We shine brightest when we work together in a safe environment for the betterment of our students. Two Pint PLC is a podcast that invites you to join two educators who discuss the big issues in education in a personal and casual conversation. Two Pint PLC combines the research base, current events and personal experiences to provide a context for each listener’s own professional development.
 
We are two classical musicians exploring the many manifestations of kodawari in the world. Kodawari is a beautiful concept word from Japanese. Although difficult to translate succinctly, kodawari essentially means pursuing perfection in a craft. It is the pursuit of an ideal even though you realize you can’t arrive there. Kodawari is what drives musicians to spend countless hours in the practice room. It motivates a chef to make the perfect meal, a writer to suffer over their words, and a ba ...
 
Tips and talks about how to strengthen your personal, professional, family and romantic relationships through EFFECTIVE communication. Navigating interpersonal relationships with effective communication. Also discussions on current events and education. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ascobb/support
 
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Episode 76 of our book read/podcast covering major topics in various fields of psychology explores yet another mini-series, a flex course on CONSPIRACIES this holiday season, with guests, deep dives and more. In Part VI or our conspiracy theory discussion, Daniel and Thomas discuss the flex course in retrospect, having a brief discussion on the nat…
 
Dr. Andrew Knoll is the Fisher Professor of Natural History at Harvard University, and author of A Brief History of Earth: Four Billion Years in Eight Chapters. In this episode, we further condense those four billion years into one introductory-level conversation. Dr. Knoll walks us through Earth's early history and the evolution of life on Earth, …
 
Guest: Nicole Guise from Pennsylvania State University Main Points: As a whole, ag teachers do not feel extremely confident in incorporating STEM content into their lessons. Even though the two subjects parallel. Teachers must be intentional to draw connections to STEM in their programs. Some focus on STEM during preservice training could increase …
 
In 2020, Nick and I recorded an episode of the podcast that gave you a complete fail-prof system for tackling any type of IELTS line graph. You can listen to that episode here. We went through the basics, such as the vocabulary you need to describe changes and how to organise your paragraphs, to more complex advice such as how to find key features …
 
If you’re enjoying From Page to Practice, please consider showing your appreciation by buying me a coffee here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/fptppod it means a lot to know my time and effort is well received! However, the most important thing is that you download, listen and subscribe to the podcast. Make sure you share with friends and colleagues …
 
"Written fifteen years ago, in 1940, amid the French and European disaster, this book declares that even within the limits of nihilism it is possible to find the means to proceed beyond nihilism. In all the books I have written since, I have attempted to pursue this direction. Although “The Myth of Sisyphus” poses mortal problems, it sums itself up…
 
Kathrine Mortimore In this episode of our series Word Up with Helen Prince, Helen chats to Kathrine Mortimore about ways to employ disciplinary literacy techniques in your classroom. The EEF have placed disciplinary literacy as their number one strategy for improving literacy in secondary schools. Kathrine and Helen discuss the importance of: showi…
 
Universal Design for Learning is an exciting framework to improve accessibility of instruction. However, Dr. Guy Boysen joins us to discuss his critiques of the existing research to support UDL and how future work could improve confidence among scholars.Later, Lali DeRosier returns to the show to share a paper on science discourse in urban classroo…
 
Episode 75 of our book read/podcast covering major topics in various fields of psychology explores yet another mini-series, a flex course on CONSPIRACIES this holiday season, with guests, deep dives and more. In Part V or our conspiracy theory discussion, Daniel and Thomas are joined by Dr. Sinan Alper to talk about cultural differences and conspir…
 
Dr. Nicholas Christakis is a physician, sociologist, network scientist, and Sterling Professor of Social and Natural Science, Internal Medicine & Biomedical Engineering at Yale University. He is also the author of numerous books including Blueprint: The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society, and Apollo’s Arrow: The Profound and Enduring Impact of …
 
We all have topics that we are familiar with in IELTS . But, there are also other topics which we may meet with a blank mind. So, what can you do to feel your knowledge gaps. In today’s episode Nick and I will look at a difficult topic for us – housing. We will start by covering some fundamental vocabulary and then, show you how you can utilise Goo…
 
“What does nihilism mean? That the highest values devaluate themselves. The aim is lacking; 'why?' finds no answer.” —Friedrich Nietzsche, The Will to Power This episode, Part 1 of our exploration of nihilism, gets into the justifications for nihilism and why it's important to give nihilism its due as a philosophy. We discuss Nietzsche and existent…
 
Guests: Milan Pozderac, Ty Casey, and Tracy Kitchel from Ohio State University Main Points: Ag teachers’ biological children are very aware of the teaching lifestyle. They know what they are getting into when they decide to teach. There is a lot of pressure to live up to the standards of their ag teacher, but that pressure is almost entirely intern…
 
Episode 74 of our book read/podcast covering major topics in various fields of psychology explores yet another mini-series, a flex course on CONSPIRACIES this holiday season, with guests, deep dives and more. In Part IV or our conspiracy theory discussion, Daniel and Thomas are joined by Dr. Joseph Uscinski and Dr. Adam Enders to talk about belief …
 
Dr. Mark Solms is a neuropsychologist, Professor at the University of Cape Town, and author of The Hidden Spring: A Journey to the Source of Consciousness. In this episode we discuss Dr. Solms' background in neuropsychology, the overlap between modern neuropsychology and psychoanalysis, and Dr. Solms' early research on dreaming. We then discuss the…
 
In IELTS Writing Task One, you will be asked to write a report based on a chart. These can come in a number of forms. You may be given a line graph, a pie chart, a bar chart, or even a map or a process. However, one chart that strikes fear into the heart of most students is the dreaded table. Tables can be confusing as they can contain an overwhelm…
 
Episode 73 of our book read/podcast covering major topics in various fields of psychology explores yet another mini-series, a flex course on CONSPIRACIES this holiday season, with guests, deep dives and more. In Part III or our conspiracy theory discussion, Daniel and Thomas are joined by Stephanie Beene and Katie Greer about countering conspiracie…
 
Dr. Jeremy DeSilva is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Dartmouth College, and author of the book First Steps: How Walking Upright Made Us Human. He is a paleoanthropologist, specializing in the locomotion of the first apes (hominoids) and early human ancestors (hominins). His particular anatomical expertise-- the human foot and ankle-- has…
 
Hey! As the year draws to an end, it is time to sit back and reflect on what 2021 brought for IELTS test-takers. Obviously, there have been difficulties. Many test centres around the world have remained closed thanks to COVID, and migration programmes, particularly express entry into Canada, have been hit hard. However, despite the havoc caused by …
 
Episode 72 of our book read/podcast covering major topics in various fields of psychology explores yet another mini-series, a flex course on CONSPIRACIES this holiday season, with guests, deep dives and more. In Part II or our conspiracy theory discussion, Daniel and Thomas are joined by Dr. Mikey Biddlestone to talk about his research on the psych…
 
Dr. Randy Thornhill is an evolutionary biologist and a Distinguished Professor of Biology Emeritus at the University of New Mexico. He is a pioneering researcher of parasite-stress theory, which describes how pathogens have throughout history shaped our behavior and values. In this episode we discuss parasite-stress theory and the behavioral immune…
 
Yes - it is time for our annual Christmas episode! This year, I have taken some of my favourite Christmas games and adapted them to test your knowledge of IЕLTS. It is nothing too serious, so if your test is soon and you are looking for some genuine lessons, you can access over 100 in our archive here. However, it is good to sometimes let your hair…
 
Dr. Beth Smith is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Southern California where she directs the Infant Neuromotor Control Laboratory. Dr. Smith's research focuses on the development of neural control of movement during infancy and evaluates interventions for neural and functional development in infants with or at risk for deve…
 
Episode 71 (Now with intro music!) of our book read/podcast covering major topics in various fields of psychology explores yet another mini-series, a flex course on CONSPIRACIES this holiday season, with guests, deep dives and more. In Part I or our conspiracy theory discussion, Daniel and Thomas are joined by Dr. Luke Ritter to launch our discussi…
 
All learning is brain-based, which means taking care of our brain is part of a good education. We read a scoping review to look at some examples of how healthy habits can impact learning, motivation, and mental wellness.Later, we read a study that compared the efficacy of student argumentation when approached collaboratively or adversarially. The r…
 
Here's this week's Best of the Best Rewind! Are the winning CDE teams the only students really winning? How does losing, and how we treat losing, shape our students? Listen in as the Owl Pellets team talks about getting the most out of being losers (a topic Brian, Marshall, Kate, and Mike know all too much about)!…
 
Today on The Jay Allen Show, Jay speaks with Rob Fisher about the year that was. Hear everything that Rob has to say about this and the changes he saw and some he didn't expect on The Jay Allen Show. Safety FM would like to Thank this week's sponsors: LinkendIn Jobs- LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. and Home …
 
Do you have enough topic specific vocabulary to discuss the essay topics in depth. Can you follow the listening or reading passages easily? Can you discuss the abstract topics in Speaking Part 3 with ease? If the answer to any of these questions is no, then you are probably interested in upgrading your vocabulary. However, what is the best way to l…
 
Dr. Katie Bottenhorn is a neuroscientist and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Southern California. In this episode we talk about Katie's background in neuropsychology, the methodological aspect of neuroinformatics, and Katie's dissertation research focusing on how hormonal fluctuations during the menstrual cycle impact women's brains. A…
 
Kai Koch is the co-founder of ahead, which is a software company and app for building emotional intelligence. We talk about the opportunities and challenges for technology in emotional health, self-awareness, emotional intelligence in organizations, and what the future of technology-assisted emotional health might look like. Show Notes The unique b…
 
DOC101: So You Want to Go to Graduate School… Episode 70 of our book read/podcast covering major topics in various fields of psychology with Drs. Daniel Chadborn, Thomas Brooks, and Alyssa Jones. With us are Dr. Linnea Rademaker and Dr. Peter Williams (sans Scott Self) from the DOC 101 Podcast that focuses on graduate student experiences. Today the…
 
Dr. Babak Hemmatian is a cognitive scientist and postdoctoral research fellow at the Beckman Institute of the University of Illinois. His research focuses on using natural language processing techniques to analyze natural discourse, such as social media posts, as they relate to personal and political beliefs. In this episode we discuss Babak's back…
 
Today on The Jay Allen Show, we speak with Matthew Cox from CNBC's American Greed. Matthew discusses a topic that you might not be familiar with, but you should be! Enjoy it today on The Jay Allen Show We would like to thank today's sponsor Home Title Lock. Title theft is becoming the fastest growing scam in the world, find out how Home Title Lock …
 
Guest: Tiffany Morey from Pennsylvania State University Main Points: Covid-19 forced teachers to become more reliant on technology, mentoring was a major aspect that moved to a digital format. Teachers’ self-efficacy online has increased exponentially in recent years, providing new ways to reach students The internet is an overwhelming place. We mu…
 
In today’s podcast, Nick and I are going to interview two of our new teachers, Kristina and Tanya, about their experience teaching metacognition for IELTS learners. This is a technique that I was introduced to only recently, but one which I think has the potential to transform the way many students prepare for IELTS (and, indeed, learn throughout t…
 
Metacognition is the awareness and understanding of one’s own thought process Dear Listeners, Metacognition is the process of being aware of one’s own thinking, learning, and diagnostic processes and how they can shape our decisions when it comes to patient care. This self-awareness is very important in avoiding medical error yet it is rarely devel…
 
Action Jackson In this episode of series 2 of Word Up, Helen Prince chats to Jackson Ogunyemi, better known as Action Jackson, about the importance of being able to motivate, equip and empower to unlock young people’s confidence. He shares tips to help teachers motivate themselves and their students, discusses how psychology and physiology are inte…
 
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