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Occasionally funny and periodically informative, Have You Heard features journalist Jennifer Berkshire and scholar Jack Schneider as they explore the age-old quest to finally fix the nation's public schools, one policy issue at a time.
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Welcome to the Special Needs Kids are People Too! Podcast with Amy Bodkin, EdS. Amy is an Autistic adult who also happens to be a School Psychologist turned Special Needs Consultant and Public Speaker! Amy is an Advocate for seeing every child as a person, not a diagnosis because a special needs kid is just like any other child, just more so! You can find out more about Amy’s advocacy work at AmyBodkin.com.
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Welcome to Ashley Barlow Co. podcast! This business has been in my heart for so many years, and I so excited to share it with you. In these podcasts we’ll discuss all things special education – from eligibility to implementation of the IEP. We’ll talk about basic concepts and dive deeper into specific topics. We’ll talk about self-care for caregivers and professionals that support children on IEPs. We’ll discuss best practices, behavior, therapies, and more!
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The Curious Incident Podcast

Adam Dayan NYC Special Education Attorney

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This podcast is intended to be a resource for special needs families. NYC Special Education Attorney Adam Dayan, Founder of Law Offices of Adam Dayan, PLLC, will be interviewing experts in the field of special education who can be resources to parents whose children are struggling educationally and who are seeking guidance about what steps to take next.
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All Things Sensory by Harkla

Rachel Harrington, COTA/L, AC & Jessica Hill, COTA/L

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Rachel Harrington and Jessica Hill, are two passionate Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants who answer your questions related to all things sensory, occupational therapy, parenting, self-care, nutrition, and health, from a therapist’s perspective. Providing raw, honest, fun ideas, and strategies, for parents and families to implement into daily life. Great for those who work with children with sensory processing disorder, special needs, autism, and ADHD. This podcast is brought to you b ...
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Special Educators Resource Room with Jennifer DeBrosse is the podcast for busy special education teachers. Whether you’re brand new to the world of special education or an experienced teacher, this podcast will provide time-saving solutions for any busy special educator. Get ready to move things off your special educator plate without feeling like you have to live at school. I’m your host, Jennifer DeBrosse. I’m dual-certified, have been in education for over 25 years, and spent time in both ...
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SPEDories

Huyen and Bailey

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Do you have a child or someone you know with unique needs? Do you want to share your story with us? SPEDories podcast is hosted by Huyen and Bailey, both Special Education Administrators. Together, they have a combined 20 years of Special Education experience in both public and private school settings. Navigating Special Education in schools can be confusing, tricky and hard, but you're not alone. Listen in while we interview parents, teachers, attorneys and more and share some of our favori ...
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Introducing the Lutheran Education Podcast, brought to you by Lutheran Special Education Ministries. In this podcast we’ll explore trends, issues and events surrounding Lutheran education. In each episode we’ll invite educational experts to shed light on topics that support educators, administrators and staff.
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Reaching Struggling Learners is dedicated to helping teachers, parents, and administrators assist all students in meeting their learning potential. We discuss topics related to education, especially helping struggling or non-standard learners including students with special needs. We discuss the educational issues and present possible strategies or solutions.
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Unbabbled

The Parish School

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Navigating the world of special education, communication delays and learning differences can be a challenge. Tune in twice a month to hear Stephanie Landis and Meredith Krimmel, two speech-language pathologists at The Parish School in Houston, Texas interview guests from parents to industry professionals with the goal of providing guidance, insight and hope to those touched by children who are differently wired. Each episode will cover a different topic related to education or child developm ...
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Are you a special educator looking for practical tools and strategies? Are you juggling a ton of responsibilities with very little time? The Autism Classroom Resources Podcast is for you. Your host, Dr. Chris Reeve, has over 30 years of experience working with special education staff and now she’s bringing her expertise and inspiration to you each and every Tuesday. Some major themes covered in this podcast are behavior management, organization, curriculum, evidence-based practice, data coll ...
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Pineland Underground

USAJFKSWCS, Ash Holzmann, Derek Riley, Jason Gambardella

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The official podcast of the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School at Fort Liberty, North Carolina. SGM Riley and MAJ Holzmann embark on a journey to provide the best podcast in the military with bi-monthly relentless awesomeness. Real. Bold. Un-restricted.
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Teach, Task Box, Inspire: The Podcast is your go-to educational podcast dedicated to making your job as a special education teacher easier and more enjoyable. Your host, Lisa Hollady, is a veteran special education teacher with a passion for helping teachers like you make a real difference in the lives of your students. In your demanding roles, you’re constantly juggling various responsibilities, from differentiated instruction and Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) to data collection, ...
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Welcome to Surpassing Labels podcast! This is a thought engaging show featuring real special needs families. Highlighting the trials and hardships they face, and how they navigate their circumstances. It also offers stories of hope and inspiration. It introduces thoughts of the impact that special needs individuals can have on our society. All while providing tips, strategies, and insights that any parent can benefit from in their day-to-day lives.
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We are the UK’s leading education provider for children and young people with special educational needs, as evidenced by sector-leading Ofsted judgements and our unmatched placement stability, school attendance and outcomes for young people. Our unique integrated team around the child model and inspirational environments are key to the seamless delivery of education, care and therapeutic support. This enables children and young people to thrive in and outside of the classroom and, coupled wi ...
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STEPPING INTO SPECIAL EDUCATION, Special Education, SPED, Special Ed, Students with Disabilities, Classroom Management

Michelle Vazquez, M.A.Ed., Special Education Teacher, Special Ed Teacher, IEP Writer, Special Education Teacher Coach

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Confused with how to write IEPs (Individualized Education Plans)? Not sure how to keep track of all the data? Tired of searching for the right behavior strategies to manage your special ed. classroom? In this podcast, you will find methods to create IEP goals that students can reach, a system to collect data with your team, & know which behavior strategies will work best for your classroom. My mission is to help new sped teachers write IEPs with confidence, share ideas for classroom manageme ...
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Welcome to the FAST 15 podcast, hosted by Barb Beck, a highly dedicated Disability Advocate and Special Education Consultant specializing in IEP Transition Services. With nearly 30 years of experience as a special education teacher, Barb is passionate about empowering transition-age youth and fostering positive post-school outcomes. Barb's expertise lies in providing comprehensive support and guidance to students with disabilities, ensuring their successful transition from school to adult li ...
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Ones Ready

Aaron Love, Trent Seegmiller, and Jared "Peaches" Pietras

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A team of active duty Combat Control (CCT), Pararescue (PJ), and Special Reconnaissance (SR) leveraging our 69 years of special operations experience to make the next generation of operators smarter, faster and stronger than we ever were. We are the PREMIERE resource for all things Air Force Special Warfare. The Ones Ready Podcast is honest talk about what it is like to go from a know-nothing high school graduate to an elite Special Operator. We will cover important practices for success inc ...
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The SEND Network Podcast

The SEND Network Podcast

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The SEND Network Podcast is produced by the SEND Network, and provides expert insight to help practitioners in the special educational needs and disabilities sector to shape their practice. New episodes are released every Wednesday.
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Welcome to Scholastically Speaking Podcast! Host Timothy White brings you thought-provoking conversations through insightful interviews with educators, parents, coaches advocates and anyone passionate about education. These interviews lead to some powerful and necessary conversations about topics such as schools, parenting, athletics, politics, social justice and so much more. At Scholastically Speaking Podcast, we believe in the transformative power of knowledge and the strength that comes ...
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For Our Special Kids is simply that...For Our Special Kids. When you realize you have a magic child on your hands, you do everything you can for them. So...I started a podcast to honor and highlight the magic and the mess of raising a child with special needs. What I have learned over the past 6 years is profound. 1. My child is WAY smarter than me. 2. She has opened me up to the incredible world of intuition, psychic abilities, mediumship, healing, telepathy, galactic travel, the angel real ...
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Are you a teacher looking for support with students with diverse needs or behavior management in the classroom? Tune into The Misfit Behaviorists podcast, hosted by Audra Jensen and Caitlin Beltran, BCBAs and special education teachers, as they bring you actionable tips to behavior reduction and skill acquisition. Listen to evidence-based strategies with a student-centered focus as they share practical advice for special education teachers, behavior support teachers, BCBAs, and ABA professio ...
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A Date with Data

IDEA Data Center (IDC)

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Special education staff have been asking to hear from staff in other states and districts about what they’re doing that’s working and lessons they’ve learned, so we’re throwing a spotlight on your IDEA data stories. Join your host, Amy Bitterman, as she chats with state and district special education staff, who, just like you, are dealing with IDEA data every day. We hope that by sharing these real experiences, you’ll be able to feel more connected to colleagues in other states doing the sam ...
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ABA on Tap

Mike Rubio, BCBA and Dan Lowery, BCBA

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Taking Applied Behavior Analysis from its pure form in the laboratory, and serving it up, in easy to consume discussion, about all matters behavior, in the living room. Pour yourself a nice, tall glass. Sit back, relax and always analyze responsibly.
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Dr. Lisa Dieker, a professor at the University of Kansas in the Department of Special Education, and Dr. Rebecca Hines, a professor at the University of Central Florida in the College of Community Innovation and Education, have worked with schools and parents across the country. Dr. Dieker directs a center in the Achievement and Assessment Institute call Flexible Learning through Innovations in Technology in Education (FLITE) and Dr. Hines directs several doctoral grants and the teacher prep ...
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Educating All Learners Alliance (EALA) is an uncommon coalition of organizations committed to resource sharing and community-building that supports the efforts of the education community to meet the needs of students with disabilities. This podcast will feature people, resources, and useful information to provide you with content that highlights best practices for schools and educators. We hope you enjoy this podcast, find useful resources from our community, and use it for the betterment of ...
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Welcome to 'Conversations with a SEND Mum' a podcast hosted by Nicole Bateman who is a SEND Mum herself and Co-Founder of The Super Sensory Squad. This podcast is dedicated to authentic conversations with SEND Mums—sharing the realities, challenges, and triumphs of raising children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Expect open, supportive chats that bring together the experiences and stories of parents navigating the unique world of SEND parenting. Alongside these chats, we'll ...
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The IEP process and the world of special education can be confusing and overwhelming for parents, teachers, and students, alike. But it doesn’t have to be! Learning Essentials has teamed up with experts to give you valuable insights into the IEP process and the world of special education —and it’s free! Join Wendy Taylor, M.Ed., ET/P as she hosts educators, psychologists, and other medical providers who provide pro tips on what to ask, what to bring, and what to take away from your next spec ...
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Have a strong-willed child who doesn't respond to consequences, argues like an attorney, and refuses to do things your way? Good! You're in the right place. Celebrate Calm Founder Kirk Martin has given over 1,000,000 parents and teachers around the world practical, life-changing strategies to stop power struggles, yelling, and defiance NOW. Based on work with 1,500 challenging kids (many with AD/HD, OCD, ODD, ASD, etc.) in his home, and years spent in classrooms, Kirk's approach is refreshin ...
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De Facto Leaders

Dr. Karen Dudek-Brannan

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On the De Facto Leaders podcast, host Dr. Karen Dudek-Brannan helps pediatric therapists and educators become better leaders, so they can make a bigger impact with their services. With over 15 years of experience supporting school-age kids with diverse learning needs, Dr. Karen shares up-to-date evidence-based practices, her own experiences and guest interviews designed to help clinicians, teachers, and aspiring school leaders feel more confident in the way they serve their students and clie ...
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SpecialEducation@11

Special Education Team

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Timely information for special educators in Texas. Special education rules, regulations, and requirements can be complex and confusing. ESC Region 11's consultants will help answer "what does it mean and what needs to be done."
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The 365 Days of Astronomy podcast launched in 2009 as part of the International Year of Astronomy. This community podcast continues to bring you day after day of content across the years. Everyday, a new voice, helping you see the universe we share in a new way. This show is managed by Avivah Yamani, edited by Richard Drumm. This podcast is funded through Patreon.com/CosmoQuestX and produced out of the Planetary Science Institute.
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A podcast focusing on criminal cases where the subjects have been diagnosed with mental illnesses or disabilities. We discuss how these diagnoses and factors may have affected them or their crimes. We look at these crimes and criminals through an educational lens and dive into the specifics of their mental illnesses or disabilities.
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Are you struggling to prepare for Special Warfare Selection? Join Brian Silva, Pararescueman, Physician Associate, Human Performance expert, and Strength and Conditioning Coach to find out how to prepare your mind and body to get selected at USAF Special Warfare Assessment and Selection.
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Whenever the Parent Alliance team gets together it never fails that we talk about the challenges our children face and share the tips we use to manage. We wanted to make sure we shared those great tips and stories with parents who, just like us, are raising children who are struggling with their mental health. We're excited to share, This is Not What I was Expecting, because that's how we describe the journey we're on. There's no book broken down by ages and stages when you're raising a chil ...
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Join Specially-Designed Education Services as we get to know as we get to know Catherine Whitcher, founder of Master IEP Coach® Mentorship. Check out BOTH Specially-Designed Education Services and the Functional Academics Program at www.sdesworks.com Master IEP Coach® at: https://www.masteriepcoach.com/. Growing up alongside a sibling with Down syn…
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Rosie Riveters' is an organization built on inspiring young women to pursue the STEM field. They provide interactive and interesting programs to grow minds and build confidence through the shared projects. Today we sit down with Erica Carroll and Christie Mitchell to discuss what the AV industry can do for a program like Rosie Riveters, and what is…
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Difficult conversations are natural when working in ABA or autism classrooms with students with heightened emotional and behavioral challenges. Listen for tips to navigate these challenges and work productively with colleagues! Join our Facebook Group for a FREE resource to share with teachers on the power of positive language! 🙌🏼 😍 More, you say? …
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Welcome to "Backward Planning 101: A Special Educator’s Secret Weapon." In this episode, we're diving into how backward planning can transform your teaching and boost student success in the special education setting. It's all about starting with your end goal and designing each lesson to achieve those outcomes, ensuring that every minute in the cla…
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From huge voucher programs that shift funding to private schools that don’t have to accept kids with disabilities to a backlash against funding, special education and the students who rely on it are newly vulnerable. In this powerful episode we hear from parents and advocates in six states about their concerns. And we’re reminded that the nation’s …
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I talk to about one professional a week about an Inclusion case. Attorneys, advocates, outpatient therapists, social workers, pediatricians, and so many other professionals have questions about Inclusion. I'm not only honored that these colleagues call me, but I'm also always excited to geek out about Inclusion and to provide my insight. The only g…
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In this episode EALA is joined by Kathy Hoffman, the Executive Director of Innovation & Special Education Initiatives at Arizona State University, and Co Leader behind Project OASIS. Listen in as we discuss how Project Oasis is ensuring all learners, particularly students with learning differences, have access to the opportunities they need to have…
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Hey Special Ed Teacher, Are you looking for ways to help your students with special needs manage test anxiety? Do you want your students to be as relaxed and prepared as possible for state testing? We all have students who overthink and stress out before tests. This can come out in a variety of ways including crying, attitudes, dropping to the floo…
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There are many myths about behavior that impact the way we talk about and approach challenging behaviors. Many people look to answer whether a student’s challenging behavior is sensory seeking behavior or intentional behavior but there are several issues with focusing solely on that question when it comes to challenging behavior. As special educato…
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Every special education classroom needs a leader. As educators, we must put forth our best effort to be those leaders. This episode will explore strategies for becoming a better leader in self-contained settings and focusing on effectively managing paraprofessionals. Acknowledging the invaluable contributions of paraprofessionals, we dive into the …
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For the benefit of the majority of Americans who are capable of understanding what I’m about to say, I appreciate the opportunity to share some insights with you that might help you better frame how you think about current events and other people’s behaviors. For those of you who struggle to understand what I’m about to say, just know that the poin…
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We're joined by Helen Rutherford, a specialist sleep practitioner from The Sleep Charity, who has several years of experience supporting neurodiverse children and young people with sleep. In this episode, she discusses the common sleep challenges experienced by children with special educational needs, expert tips and strategies for supporting your …
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Introduction: Emotional regulation and executive function skills are crucial for overall well-being and success in life. These skills impact various aspects of life, including academic, social, and personal domains. Emotional Regulation: Involves managing stress, controlling impulses, and adapting to changing emotional situations. Challenges in emo…
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Today just chats with Nick van der Bijl. Nick served for 24 years as a regular in the British Army in military intelligence, security, and later as an infantry officer in the Territorial Army. He saw active service in Northern Ireland, Belize, and with the 3 Commando Brigade during the Falklands Conflict. Since leaving the service, Nick has publish…
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Maj. Ashley "Ash" Holzmann is a Psychological Operations Officer with operational experience in South / Central America, the Indo-Pacific, and throughout the Middle East. He serves in the newly re-established PSYWAR School within the United States Army Special Warfare Center and School. Sgt. Maj. Derek Riley is one of the most experienced Civil Aff…
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When it comes to paying for your daily expenses, what's your go-to method: cash, credit card, or mobile wallet? In this episode of Takeaway Chinese, we explore these options further and expand your vocabulary related to digital payments. Whether you're a tourist, expat, or business traveler, understanding these terms can make your life much easier …
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Today’s episode with April is the personification of the belief that things happen for a reason in perfect time. She is the next in our series Meet Amazing. April shares her story and I know you will be inspired. We all can do hard things and April shows us today. We love to hear from you. Send emails to ForOurSpecialKids@gmail.com if you have ques…
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Join Bailey and Huyen as they delve into the wonders of the Total Solar Eclipse that happened on 4/8/2024 sharing their awe as they reflect on their initial thoughts about Special Education when they first entered the field, and the positive changes they've witnessed over their 10 years of experience. From the transformation of Special Education pr…
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How to Avoid Poisoning Your Child’s Confidence What happens to a child who begins to internalize from a young age, “I’m a bad kid, I’m slow so I’m not smart, I’m always in trouble, my parents are never happy with me, there’s something wrong with me, or I’m not as smart as my siblings?” That will sabotage yourchild’s success and relationships for a …
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Dr. Al Grauer hosts. Dr. Albert D. Grauer ( @Nmcanopus ) is an observational asteroid hunting astronomer. Dr. Grauer retired from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2006. travelersinthenight.org Today's 2 topics: - Ten hours and 46 minutes after my Catalina Sky Survey teammate Greg Leonard discovered a Toyota RAV4 sized space rock, now na…
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Using archival data from the Gemini North telescope, a team of astronomers have measured the heaviest pair of supermassive black holes ever found. The merging of two supermassive black holes is a phenomenon that has long been predicted, though never observed. In this podcast, Dr. Roger Romani discusses the discovery of this system and what we can l…
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We checked out the archives and realized that Peaches and Aaron dropped a banger and forgot to release it. Peaches did, Aaron was passable (shout out Aaron Love Hate Club). What are deployments really like? It is 99% really boring minutae spiced up with moments of combat and sheer terror. The process leading up to the deployment is a horse of a dif…
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You have questions about Air Force Special Warfare. We have answers. This episode is the frequently asked question episode. That's it. That's the whole description. Thanks so much for your continued support! Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9aFBBZoBcQk8UUN_pO7nDA/join Collabs: Ones Ready - OnesReady.com 18…
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On today’s podcast, a weakness in server computers raises worry about a cyberattack; a Tokyo’s artistic toilets; Peruvian man might be oldest-ever; misinformation and disinformation followed by a discussion about the terms’ history; 'The Romance of a Busy Broker' by O. Henry on American Stories.By VOA Learning English
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This is the last episode of our Q&A series -- Q&A: All About Special Needs Homeschooling! We will have a few more episodes before we break for the season, but this will be the last in our Q&A series. To date, I have never done an episode just on homeschooling! So today I get the opportunity to share with you all about my journey as a homeschooler a…
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Summary: In this episode of "Practical Access," hosts Lisa Dieker and Rebecca Hines welcome special guest Dave Stewart Jr., a veteran high school teacher with nearly two decades of experience teaching English and history and his journey with AI. Dave also writes articles and books to support fellow educators in their classroom practices. The conver…
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From March 29, 2024. One of our recurring topics is “Planet formation is not well understood,” and a trio of new papers is making it clear why planet formation continues to... not be well understood. Put simply: the Universe likes to create more diverse solar systems than an entire planet’s worth of sci-fi writers can imagine. We've added a new way…
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Have you ever encountered something extraordinary in scripture that you missed before? Join me, Tracie Corll, on Indispensable People for an intimate exploration of the road to Emmaus narrative from Luke 24:36-43. As we traverse this biblical journey together, we'll uncover the transformative nature of Scripture and how it can mirror our real-life …
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In this episode, we sit down with Melanie Cebular, a remarkable mother of six whose journey is as diverse as it is inspiring. With a daughter who has a variance of the DHX16 gene, alongside two sons on the autism spectrum and two with ADHD, Melanie shares her experiences navigating the complexities of neurodiversity within her family. From the init…
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Paul Hill and Dr. Jenifer “Dr. Dust” Millard host. Damien Phillips, John Wildridge and Dustin Ruoff produce. This month Dr. Jen is off to the US for the Solar Eclipse while Paul is just back from Goonhilly Earth Station. We chat about the imminent demise of the Chandra Space Telescope, more news on the Hubble tension, and of course the Great North …
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Reach out to us if you want to access Podcast resources, submit questions related to episodes, or share ideas for future topics. We’d love to hear from you! You can contact us via the Podcast page on the IDC website at https://ideadata.org/. ### Episode Transcript ### 00:00:01.52 >> You're listening to "A Date with Data" with your host, Amy Bitterm…
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No one working in special ed has ever said, “I chose this career so I could do paperwork all evening and weekend.” Yet many realize after getting into the field that administrative demands can take away from time spent with students or collaborating with colleagues. That’s why I was so excited to connect with Sean Klamm, special educator and founde…
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Throughout human history, comets have fascinated us. They have gone from signs and portents of bad things to come to well-studied and even visited "dirty snowballs". Every year, observers search the skies, hoping to discover the Next Big Comet - Halley, Hyakutake, Hale–Bopp, McNaught. From SOHO and LINEAR to ATLAS and IRAS, numerous observatories h…
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Ever felt like the education system might be failing our kids in reading, writing, and arithmetic? That's exactly what we're tackling in this episode, where I shed light on the imperative for a revitalized Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) that can truly meet the needs of an unexpected majority of students demanding additional help. Through in…
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April is OT Month and we’re celebrating with a HUGE sale on our digital courses! If you’re an occupational therapy practitioner, you can earn your CE with our courses that are approved through AOTA! Check out the SALE here - https://harkla.co/pages/ot-month-sale Sale ends April 14, 2024 at midnight! We received a message in IG asking about Brain Ba…
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On today’s podcast, why are some people left-handed?; an essay from Ukraine about the beautiful town of Skhidnytsia; U.S. officials say air quality is a problem followed by a discussion about connections between air quality, climate and attendance; then the word ‘dispersed’ on Lesson of the Day.By VOA Learning English
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Kyle Chuhran is the Elementary Education Coordinator at Concordia University Ann Arbor and Act Money Coaching. In this podcast we talk finances and help our teachers better use their God-given resources. He loves teaching and helps students become teachers and ultimately get placed in their student teaching positions. Seeing his students grow acade…
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When it comes to sending audio and video throughout a space, Extron is one of the most trusted brands for AV over IP solutions. The NAV series combines the flexibility of IP-based systems with ease-of-use integration for a seamless experience. It's no wonder that they've earned accolades including AVNation's own Best Control System and Best AV Over…
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In this episode, Dr. Matt Zakreski joins Wendy Taylor to discuss effective ways parents can support their gifted or twice-exceptional children. Dr. Matt emphasizes the importance of proactive skill-building and future planning, encouraging parents to take action from where they are now. He also explores the concept of asynchrony in gifted children'…
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From August 8, 2023. A massive, Jupiter-sized exoplanet has been discovered orbiting a small, low-mass star and this discovery is challenging theories on how planets form around their stars. The planet, called TOI-4860 b, is about the same size as Jupiter and orbits its star once every 1.5 Earth days, classifying it as a warm Jupiter. This is unusu…
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The Team isn't super pumped with the news. From the Air Force Times: "The Air Force has loosened its restrictions on body fat for new recruits, one of the latest moves to grow the pool of potential applicants amid the military’s recruiting crisis. In the past, men and women’s bodies needed to be 20% or 28% fat, respectively, to be eligible for serv…
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Have you been feeling a little anxious lately, heavier than normal, not sleeping well, or experiencing intense dreams? Well, you are not alone, and today’s episode is a quick reminder that many of those things might be happening to your little ones as well. Today, my friend Kate Trotter joins me for an impromptu chat about what behaviors we might b…
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