Best Preschool Math podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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TiLT Parenting, from parenting activist, speaker, and author Debbie Reber, features transformational interviews and conversations with authors, parenting experts, educators, and other parents aimed at inspiring, informing, and supporting parents raising differently-wired kids (giftedness, ADHD, Asperger’s, 2e, learning differences, sensory processing issues, anxiety, and more). TiLT aims to help parents feel empowered and in choice in how they parent, have more peace in their daily lives, an ...
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Speaker, author, and former Stanford dean of freshman Julie Lythcott-Haims ("How to Raise an Adult") shares what she's learned about how we can help our children develop advocacy skills, confidence, and self-efficacy so they can have a successful transition to adulthood.For more info, visit:…
In this podcast, Amy Li discusses her Community College Review article "Equity of Disparity: Do performance Funding Policies Disadvantage 2-Year Minority-Serving Institutions?" which was written alongside co-authors Denisa Gandara and Amanda Assalone.
Scott Barry Kaufman, PhD, author of "Ungifted" and "Wired to Create," talks about why we need to redefine how children are assessed and labeled, as well as what constitutes a "successful life."For more info, visit:
A short personal message from Debbie Reber about her TEDx talk, "Why the Future Will be Differently Wired," the audio release of "Differently Wired," and introducing Understood's new podcast, "In It."For more info, visit:
Occupational therapist and co-founder of Shift Your Thinking LD Susan Shenk talks about how technology can be best used to support kids who are different learners.For more information, visit the show notes page on
Author and former NY Times Motherlode editor KJ Dell'Antonia talks about her book "How To Be a Happier Parent" and what she learned about how parents can bring more happiness into their daily lives.For more information, visit the show notes page on
Debbie talks with life coach and educator Kanesha Baynard about how parents of differently-wired kids can nurture positive multigenerational relationships with their own parents and parents in-law.For more information, visit the show notes page on
Marriage and family therapist and author Jeremy Schneider ("Fatherhood in 40-Minute Snapshots") talks about what prevents some dads from being the father they want to be and explains how couples can strengthen their relationship.For more information, visit the show notes at…
Marisa Meddin, founder of Talk College To Me and the creator of The 7 Day College Admissions Crash Course For Parents, discusses how students can become the strongest possible college applicants they can be.For more information, visit the show notes at
Independent filmmaker Marc Smolowitz (13th Gen) talks about his upcoming film "The G Word", which tackles issues related to giftedness, equity, and social justice for a broad audience.For more information, visit the show notes at
Author and human behavior expert Alfie Kohn talks about what it means to parent unconditionally and explains the downsides of parenting with rewards, punishments, and other approaches aimed at behavior modification.For more information, visit the show notes at
Julie Skolnick, founder of With Understanding Comes Calm, talks about the unique educational needs of twice-exceptional children and shares how parents, educators, and professionals can bring out the best and raise the self-esteem in 2e students.For more information, visit the show notes at…
Wolf + Friends founders Gena Mann and Carissa Tozzi take us behind the scenes of their new app designed to help moms to connect with like-minded women in their neighborhoods who are also raising children with special needs.For more information, visit the show notes at…
Dr. Devorah Heitner, a digital media and technology expert and the author of "Screenwise" talks about how parents can mentor their kids to develop a healthy relationship with screens (phones, online games, and more).For more information, visit the show notes at
MIE Editor in Chief, Jacqueline Baxter talks to Paul Miller and Christine Callender about their Special Issue on Leadership and Diversity in Education: Progress in the new Millennium.
Melissa Sornick, LCSW and Maratea Cantarella of TECA (Twice Exceptional Children's Advocacy) take us behind the scenes of the top resource for parents raising 2e kids. For more information, visit the show notes at
EMAL Associate Editor, Helen Gunter interviews the EMAL Early Career Researcher award winner Helen Young on her article, Knowledge, Experts and Accountability in School Governing Bodies.
Educator and Parent Coach Alison Bower shares both an educator's and a parent's POV on what it looks like when it becomes clear a school isn't a fit for a differently-wired child.For more information, visit the show notes at
Author and gifted education advocate Deb Douglas explains the importance of helping gifted learners advocate for themselves, as well as how parents can support them in doing so.For more information, visit the Shownotes page at
EMAL Associate Editor, Jacky Lumby interviews the EMAL Best Paper Prize 2017 winner Lauri Johnson discussing her winning paper, The lives and identities of UK Black and South Asian head teachers: Metaphors of leadership.
Executive functioning/education coach Seth Perler explores the concept of resistance in differently-wired kids and shares strategies and tools for how parents can support their kids in learning how to face their resistance.For more information, visit the Shownotes page at…
Executive functioning/education coach Seth Perler talks with 14-year-old Asher about resistance—what it is, why it shows up, how it gets in kids' ways, and what to do about it. This is a special back-to-school episode aimed at kids.For more information, visit the Shownotes page at…
A follow-up conversation with Debbie's husband Derin in which he shares how he got unstuck in his thinking about Asher, as well as how the two of them fostered a close bond of mutual love and understanding.For more information, visit the Shownotes page at
Dyslexia coach and podcaster (The Dyslexia Quest) Elisheva Schwartz talks about how to help kids with learning disabilities feel empowered, confident, and aware of their strengths.For more information, visit the Shownotes page at
Amanda Morin of Understood joins Debbie for a special back-to-school episode to help families prepare for easing into the coming school year with as much confidence and serenity as possible.For more information, visit the Shownotes page at
Math for Middles founder Adrianne Meldrum explores common math challenges for atypical learners, why a multisensory math approach works, and how to help kids struggling with math push through their blocks.For more information, visit the Shownotes page at
In this Urban Education podcast, author Mark R. Warren of the University of Massachusetts Boston is interviewed on his article entitled, "Research Confronts Equity and Social Justice–Building the Emerging Field of Collaborative, Community Engaged Education Research: Introduction to the Special Issue."…
Author, coach, and mindfulness expert Michelle Gale (Mindful Parenting in a Messy World) talks about how mindfulness not only supports our children's development, but allows us to parent with more joy and confidence.For more information, visit the Shownotes page at
A conversation with parent coach Angela Pruess on self-regulation—why it’s a critical skill and how we as parents and caregivers can support our kids in nurturing it.For more information, visit the Shownotes page at
Psychologist and author Dr. Dan Peters explores what parenting with purpose and intention looks like, explains how it benefits children, and walks us through his new Parent Footprint Awareness Training.
Parenting Coach Margaret Webb joins me to share her insights and strategies for how parents can not only survive, but thrive, over the summer break while also meeting their kids needs.
Nutritionist and author of the book "From Mac & Cheese to Veggies, Please" talks about how we can help our children overcome their picky eating habits.
Early career teacher attrition is seen as an issue of concern around the world. Here, scholarly articles and media reports regularly state that between 30 and 50 per cent of Australian teachers leave the profession within the first five years. But, where do those figures come from and how accurate are they? A study published in the Australian J ...…
Dawn Huebner, a clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of anxious children and their parents and author of many books for kids, talks about her new book for anxious tweens, "Outsmarting Worry."For more information, visit the Shownotes page at
TiLT founder Debbie Reber is interviewed by Donna Bardsley about her book, "Differently Wired"—why she wrote it, who it's for, and what she hopes it does in the world.For more information, visit the Shownotes page at
Author and parent educator Katherine Lewis talks about her new book "The Good News About Bad Behavior" and the relationship between behavior, lagging skills, and opportunities for growth.For more information, visit the show notes page at
Let's help you make this summer fun while staying sane. We'll share what has worked for us or what we hope will work for us this time around ;) We know you are super busy, but if you can please take a minute to leave us a rating and review, we will be so grateful. It helps us grow and helps us know how to help more mothers out there. Not to men ...…
In this special kid’s POV edition, 13-year-old Asher shares his thoughts about learning and education, including how he thinks traditional schooling could meet the needs of atypical kids.For more information, visit the show notes at
Author, entrepreneur, and founder of the Good Life Project Jonathan Fields talks about his book "How to Live a Good Life: Soulful Stories, Surprising Science and Practical Wisdom."For more information, visit the show notes at
Clinical child and family psychologist Dr. Laura Anderson talks about gender noncomformity in children and explores the link between autism and gender dysphoria and gender fluidity.
Marcus Soutra, president of mentoring organization Eye to Eye, takes us behind the scenes of their new app for kids with learning and attention issues, Empower.For more information, visit the show notes at
Parent educator and author Julie King (How to Talk So Little Kids Will Listen) talks about sibling dynamics in families with one or more differently wired children.Learn more on the show notes page at
Educator and school co-founder Zach Morris talks about what it takes to support our differently wired children in transforming their world-view and positively shifting their mindset.For more information, visit the show notes at
Dance/movement therapist Dr. Lori Baudino talks about how teaching differently wired kids to tap into the mind-body connection can help with emotional regulation, social communication, and more.For more information, visit the show notes at
Parenting coach Margaret Webb shares her best strategies for dealing with our children's intense and explosive behavior, both in the moment and in the aftermath.For more information, visit the show notes at
A frank and open conversation with sex education expert Amy Lang about the risks, impact of, and reality of kids' exposure to pornography.For more information, visit the show notes page at:
Preschool television creator (Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood) Talks About Her New book, "Preschool Clues: Raising Smart, Inspired, and Engaged Kids in a Screen-Filled World."For more information, visit the show notes at
TiLT founder Debbie Reber celebrates 100 episodes, shares success stories from the TILT community, and goes behind the scenes of the podcast and her upcoming book, "Differently Wired."For more information, visit the show notes at
In this Urban Education podcast, author Rita Kohli, assistant professor at the University of California Riverside, is interviewed on her article entitled, "Behind School Doors: The Impact of Hostile Racial Climates on Urban Teachers of Color."
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