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Get your brash and playful insights into behavior, systems and institutions. Come and embrace our encroaching apocalypse with Shift Orion’s Good Morning Mayberry where we’ll dig deep and dissect intersectional nuances of the complex situations you’re facing every day. Life is wild. We have to take the wheel back from Jesus since the boy cannot drive in thongs, and he's from before cars. Come on. Become a monthly patron at patreon.com/GoodMorningMayberry
 
Welcome to Transformative Talk! Each episode is hosted by different graduate students in Dr. Haddad’s courses at UTSA. Join us as we explore how educators can use critical social theories to transform themselves and their classrooms. Educators get real and share real-life experiences, near misses, and big-little wins. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/transformative-talk/support
 
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Two Pint PLC

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.
 
Would you like to have a good friend who is a successful psychologist for high functioning people? Maybe hear some of her best tips for free or listen along as she shares her ideas with experts interesting and successful high functioning people? Then you'll love The High Functioning Hotspot! Psychologists use the term ""high functioning"" to describe smart, capable people who go beyond meeting their own basic needs like food, clothing, shelter, and having at least a few decent relationships. ...
 
Are you exhausted from hyper-partisan political yelling? Are you passionate about political and cultural issues but feel like it’s impossible to wade through the establishment media’s thinly-veiled and damaging narratives? Are you craving thoughtful, challenging conversations between educated individuals of different political persuasions? Bigger Hearts, Deeper Minds has your name written all over it. This podcast was created by Brad Johnson, a best-selling co-author, award-nominated musicia ...
 
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Join Andrea and Krista, your hosts for this episode of Transformative Talk. In this episode, we are going to focus on conocimiento, specifically Nepantla. We will look at conocimiento as a process and educational tool for doctoral students in social sciences to better understand critical perspectives that form their research. Additionally, we will …
 
Join Kristen, Neethu, and Anh as they talk all things feminism... history, waves, intersections and more in store for you in this episode of Transformative Talk --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/transformative-talk/messageSupport this pod…
 
Get your spiritual armor ready, Mayberry. Melanie Carlson (aka Mx Defying) is here to jump tandem with us as we jump in from 51k feet to skydive into the superstructure that ensnared Britney Spears into an excessively long and cruel conservatorship. Mx Defying is a leading researcher in the #freeBritney aka #justiceForBritney community. She is extr…
 
In this special episode, I interview Dr. Timothy Lewis, creator of the Podcast Matthewlinity, and author of the upcoming book, The Poetics of Matthew One. Through poetic/literary analysis of the Gospel of Matthew, Dr. Lewis has found a pattern in which the narrative consistently undermines patriarchal structures and customs, challenging men to put …
 
The theories about teaching students according to learning styles have been debunked in research, but the idea has been difficult to interrupt in practice. We read a new paper focused on helping teachers move on from old thinking related to learning styles with more productive contemporary research.Later, we look at a listener recommendation focuse…
 
Welcome to the far 2022 semester! This semester we will have episodes produced by Dr. Haddad's Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment and Critical Cultural Perspectives courses. In our season premiere, we will her from Bruna, Laura, and Blanca, doctoral students in the Critical Cultural Perspectives class, where they will discuss the need for a hu…
 
Starbucks fired Sam Amato after he’d devoted 13 years to them because he gathered with other team members to organize ways of ensuring they all have what they need to survive and thrive! So… your good ol host Shift quested deep into the interwebs to find Sam and bring him here for you to meet him and learn about the details of how Sam and his commu…
 
Staffing challenges in districts across the United States are fueling a narrative of a nationwide teacher shortage. However, Paul Bruno joins us to talk about his recent work showing there may not be a national shortage… or national anything.Later, we read a paper showing some of the inequitable impacts of math homework, and the persistence of a me…
 
My next guest and I actually connected through Instagram when he posted about my book! Kyle Keyser is a National Hockey League player, specifically for the Boston Bruins. In this episode of the High Functioning Hotspot, we talk about his struggles with anxiety, mental control, and even the difference between confidence and humility. So join me as w…
 
This month we reflect on our year of reading scholarship and growing as humans. First we’ll return to the segments we felt had the greatest impact on our practice and our thinking from the research we read.Later, we’ll reflect specifically on our praxis. We share some of the changes we’re making in our classroom and in our study that is moving us t…
 
Back to 9/23/2021 on another time travel episode! JJ Obee joins your host Shift Orion in a vulnerable, funny 2-part episode. In Part 1, Shift reveals the challenges he faced when coming out of lockdown. JJ details how they met Shift and how they ended up with a furry pterodactyl who was supposed to be dying already... then had a miraculous and anno…
 
As the summer of 2022 wanes, we will spend some time looking at the bigger picture of how education has been affected by COVID-19 these past few years. We read reviews of the current research on COVID impacts on mental health and academic outcomes, with thoughts on how it may impact our prep for the coming year.Later, we react to a review of resear…
 
Time jump back to February 14, 2021… when See Ellauri floated through Good Morning Mayberry to chat with Shift Orion. Hold space for infinite energies, flow state, unveiling, and listening while digging into chaos-order, grounding in charged social energy, and having insight about internal voices. Shift pulls his head out of his unicorn coloring bo…
 
Join Ellia, Jeanette, and Kimberly as they explore the last week's readings in in the History, Policy, and Critical Issues in Social Studies Education course. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/transformative-talk/messageSupport this podca…
 
Join Lauren, Ashley, and MIles as they talk through several of the readings they read during the second week of the course about Multicultural and citizenship education in Social Studies Classroom. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/transf…
 
Well, hey there, Mayberry! Get tf in here and talk about labyrinths, goals, demons, and persistence against resistance with guest host Cara Cordoni and your good ol host Shift Orion! Check out Cara's coaching at caracordonicoaching.com Feel like dropping us a line? Ping us at connect@goodmorningmayberry.com Want to connect by phone? Call us at 1-41…
 
Welcome to Summer 2022! This summer Dr. Haddad taught a course titled "History, Policy, & Critical Issues in Social Studies Education" during June. As many can likely surmise from the title and the current political climate, we had plenty of actual real-life social studies content unfolding right in front of us while we engaged with the course cont…
 
Why are people so influenced by false information, even when they know better? We are joined by researcher Nikita Antonia Salovich to discuss her recent work on evaluative mindsets, and how we can apply on-going work to how we handle information in the classroom.Later, we discuss Culturally Responsive Science Teaching - and how teachers can better …
 
When professional development programs conflict with overemphasis on test scores, teachers face a precarious tension between their growth and the ever present threat of dubious evaluations. We read about an effort to sustain professional development in writing instruction amid a high-stakes testing environment.Later, we look at the correlation betw…
 
Join Kelly and Halle as they talk about Hegemony in Texas Education in this episode. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/transformative-talk/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/transformative-talk/support…
 
Jennifer L. Scott is the New York Times bestselling author of the Madame Chic series, get to know her in this episode of the High Functioning Hotspot! This episode’s guest is Jennifer L. Scott, she is also known as the Daily Connoisseur on YouTube. She is a New York Times bestselling author. Her most notable works are the Madame Chic series, the fi…
 
In this episode, Austin, Estelle, and Laureate talk about their experiences as children, as parents, and as teachers as they explore Critical Multicultural Education (CME). --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/transformative-talk/messageSupp…
 
Join Emily and Jillian as they discuss their readings around the idea of privilege, social and cultural capital, and the many funds of knowledge students of all backgrounds can bring into a classroom. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tra…
 
The routines, rewards, and incentives we use in the classroom can help students build productive habits they use throughout their lives. We read about a series of studies that found how rewarding cognitive effort can lead to greater intrinsic motivation for participants… even after the rewards. We think about how this could apply in classrooms.Late…
 
Jesus' resurrection brings the victory of the future into the present, and Jesus gives his disciples a nonviolent commission to counter the imperial violent domination of the powers and authorities of this present age. Support the show (https://paypal.me/ParodySubversion?locale.x=en_US)By Bert Newton
 
Retrieval practice has a ton of research support, but we’re still figuring out the when and how of its effective use in instruction. We read a series of studies comparing the impacts of post-testing and pre-testing on measures of learning, with the results showing tremendous power in pre-tests.Later, we read a study showing how local poems and song…
 
We’re Back! After a long hiatus, I’m publishing new episodes from the last couple semesters as well as from this current semester. This episode is from the summer of 2021, in the Critical Multicultural Education course. Here we join Bibiana, Samantha, and Nora, our hosts for this episode of Transformative Talk. In this episode, we are going to talk…
 
Technology has taken a prominent position in many schools as we have taught these past few years, yet we need to look at who is using what technological tools… and why? We read how technology manifests and reproduces categorical inequalities in education, with some lessons on how to disrupt those means of sorting students.Later, we read an article …
 
Meredith Arthur works in Pinterest's in-house product incubator, but before that, she had a colorful career. She is also a wife and a mom. Learn more in this episode! My next guest for the podcast is Meredith Arthur. We met while working for an emerging product launch for Pinterest live and I am very lucky to have had the opportunity of interviewin…
 
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This clip is from the full episode -- Music, Governors, American Politics, and Personal Education with silencethem. _ To see the full episode, go here: https://youtu.be/SrE0VG-m-fg _ For more clips, go here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_yGq2yG_j1t4t30_5TCP8g _ For audio versions, check out our bCast page: https://podcasts.bcast.fm/bigger-hear…
 
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…
 
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a professional photographer? Find out in this interview with New York City photographer, Sophie Sahara! My guest for today is an incredible photographer based in New York City. You may have seen some of her work with me on my Instagram feed as I have been so lucky to have been photographed by her! So, I asked if I c…
 
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In this second section of Matthew's "Little Apocalypse," Jesus starts talking parabolically, calling for his audience to "Stay Awake" for the "Coming of the Son of Man." But what does he mean by "Stay Awake," and what is the "Coming of the Son of Man." Support the showBy Bert Newton
 
Teacher, acrobatic dancer, and author. Walk through David Paris’ High Functioning journey with me on this episode! I have a very inspiring guest for the latest episode of the High Functioning Hotspot. I have with me David Paris! He is a middle school teacher in New York but he is also an acrobatic dancer. In fact, he, along with his partner, was a …
 
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