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Making the Grade is an education podcast for current & former teachers to share notes, define success & assess their own happiness in the classroom and beyond. Throughout history in the US, teaching has been an essential profession that supports the next generation. However, as the world continues to evolve, the education system seems to be years behind in many ways. “Making the Grade” explores the metrics of success in the modern-day classroom with current and former educators. We dive into ...
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https://linktr.ee/yachtinginternationalradio Yachting International Radio | Igniting Change in the Maritime Sector #Maritime #Industry #Education #Innovation #Trends #Revolutionize
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Literacy Talks

Reading Horizons

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Welcome to Literacy Talks, a podcast series from Reading Horizons, where reading momentum begins. Each episode features our trio of literacy champions: Stacy Hurst, an assistant professor of reading at Southern Utah University and Chief Academic Advisor at Reading Horizons; Donell Pons, a dyslexia specialist, educator, presenter, and writer, who now works with adults who struggle with reading; Lindsay Kemeny, an innovative, dedicated elementary teacher who is a CERI certified Structured Lite ...
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Are you an elementary music teacher? Maybe you’re worn out, overwhelmed, or feel like it gets harder each year. Hi, I’m Jessica, and it’s my passion to help elementary music teachers, just like you, figure out your unique teaching style. In this podcast, I'll share helpful tips and strategies, work-home life balance tips, and mindset blocks, while helping give you the motivation you need to gain momentum in your teaching so you can continue being the music teacher rock star you already are. ...
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This podcast hosted by Lisa Polk is designed to address real issues facing early childhood educators and leaders. Controversy is our friend. Our out of the box team will share innovative strategies that challenge the status quo. One of our goals is to be a support to early childhood educators and leaders. Please send us your questions and we will research and discuss on the next episode. Email questions to polyannasplace@gmail.com
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Born and raised in Las Vegas and have been living in Thailand for over 7 years. Aside from being a teacher, I'm now a trainer, soon-to-be life/transformation coach, podcaster, speaker, writer and influencer. This podcast is about all things personal development with me reviewing a variety of books -- on top of bringing interviewees on to share their powerful message. Tune in and be sure to follow me in the links down below!
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Welcome to Facing Your Fears #podcast. I'm your host, Amanda Alford. Amanda is a middle school teacher, #Google Trainer, #mom, #wife, #coach, and #blogger. Each episode will be about facing the #fears we encounter in #education and #technology as #teachers, #students, #administrators, and #parents while finding our inner #confidence to thrive. New episodes come out every Sunday. Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review!
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An Imperfect Leader: Leadership in (After) Action is a series of conversations with leaders who look back at decisions they made and ask themselves: What happened? What got overlooked? What did you learn about relationships or what new relationships were formed? What frustrated you? What could you have done differently? And in the end, what was something good that came out of the experience – because it is through our mistakes where our greatest learning takes place. I’m Dr. Peter Stiepleman ...
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For most aspiring online entrepreneurs, “making it” means achieving success in your business. But what exactly is business success anyway? And how do outwardly successful online entrepreneurs define "making it"? Here at Mirasee FM, we wanted to find out, so we asked a group of diverse online business owners what success means to them. Their answers and insights surprised, moved, and inspired us. In this podcast, accomplished online entrepreneurs discuss what making it means to them, provide ...
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Why is burnout destroying education? Many educators feel like support is waning and the situation is only getting worse. This show is for exhausted educators who realize change is necessary to carry on in the field they love without sacrificing the life they live. This show will teach you actionable steps to help you overcome burnout before it's too late, give you practical advice on how to avoid the pitfalls of being an educator, and help you uncover essential skills needed to be successful ...
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The NeuroDiverse Teacher

Kristen C. Eccleston, Ed. D.

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When we're young, being different is scary, and for some reason, we go to great lengths to look, act, and think like everyone else. As a neurodivergent youth, the fear of being different can be even more terrifying. We are often afraid that others will see our creativity, free spirit, and general knowledge as something to be rejected and chastised for, but not anymore! Join Dr. Kristen Eccleston (published researcher, professor, and school mental health advocate) as she explores the amazing ...
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Christian Author & Teacher — inspiring people to reach their highest potential at Destined4Torah https://linktr.ee/destined4torah Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/destined4torah/support
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One of the premier Permaculture teachers and designers in North America with over two decades of experience in the field. His passionate and visionary presentations and curriculum have inspired and motivated teachers and thousands of students since his days as a high school teacher at a open community free school which he graduated from in 86' in Glenmoore, PA. Andrew lived off the grid in West Virginia for 8 years where he designed and built his Permaculture Ph.d homestead, including a 1600 ...
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ACT Podcast

Association of Christian Teachers

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Association of Christian Teachers' Executive Officer - Lizzie Harewood and guest speakers discuss relevent topics and issues to encourage you to live for Christ as you lead in the classroom.
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Education Perspectives podcast explores the challenges and opportunities in education from birth through productive work. Everyone seems to agree in principle that education is important. So, why is it so hard for us to get to a system that works for our society as it exists today? Taking the 30,000-foot view to look at the entirety of our multiple systems so that we might begin to plot a course toward transformational change is worthwhile. This type of change cannot happen until people are ...
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A Musician's Perspective

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A podcast channel from the perspective of a musician, producer, teacher, and student. A lot of rambling and hopefully a lot of interesting ideas and guests. New episodes every weekday. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wynnyangmusic/support
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Math Perspectives Table Talk

Math Perspectives Teacher Development Center

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Math Perspectives professional development helps schools/districts become on-going learning organizations that directly and ultimately benefit students. This podcast series is an extension of the author's, Kathy Richardson, knowledge. Where she will be engaging in discourse with educators all over the country, discussing her resources and providing guidance. New Podcast episodes and accompanying YouTube videos will be airing monthly, and Kathy would love to hear from you email: info@mathpers ...
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UEN Homeroom

Utah Education Network, Dani Sloan, Matthew Winters

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This podcast is UEN’s chance to tell the stories and talk about the issues impacting Utah’s amazing teachers. We feature educators and leaders from Utah and around the nation in a fun and informative podcast.
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Let’s be honest…it’s bad out there. Did you know teachers are twice as likely to experience stress as the general population? Or that 90% of teachers have experienced burnout symptoms in the last year? In this podcast, we’ll speak with educational leaders, former educators, and industry experts to better understand the employee experience in education. We’ll dig deep into causes of teacher burnout and transitions into other professions, and we’ll discuss strategies school leaders can impleme ...
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US Veterans and Active Duty Military discuss everything that affects our soldiers in the field, their benefits (VA and Colorado), and solutions to their problems, such as homelessness, mental health issues, addiction, transitioning to civilian life, and VA Disability.
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They say it takes a village to raise a child. Hi, I'm Jenna Shepherd, an early career teacher figuring it all out. The Teaching Village is a platform for new teachers to learn tips and tricks from educations experts, have conversations about everyday teaching, develop strategies that help us navigate our new environment, and learn more about those in our own teaching community.
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Applying to college can be an overwhelming process. Join Shane Bybee as he sits down with students, parents, and other experts in the field to discuss their real experiences in the college admissions process. Find out what worked for them as they discuss their most effective decisions and the mistakes they wish they could have avoided. New episodes drop every Thursday.
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Little Things

Time of Grace Ministry

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Amber Albee Swenson, one of our Time of Grace writers and bloggers, will help you navigate through some of life’s challenges and struggles by using Scripture and her own experiences of being a mom, wife, speaker, teacher, and forgiven child of God ... Because in God's kingdom, the little things ARE the big things.
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The Conscious Classroom with host Amy Edelstein explores the world of mindfulness in education. Named Top 100 Classroom Podcasts by Feedspot! Amy shares best classroom tools and practices for adolescents, why teaching students about perspectives, worldviews, and context is as important as teaching classic stress reduction tools including breath, body scan, and open awareness mindfulness techniques. We'll look at trauma sensitive approaches, systems thinking, social emotional skills and how t ...
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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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Originally this podcast focused exclusively on topics surrounding Spirituality. With recent events and the turmoil concerning the murder of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police Department along with the murders of countless others, a major paradigm shift is underway within our society. This show will expand its programming to include topics that highlight our desire to eradicate inequality, systemic racism, and to gain greater accountability from our elected leaders and the la ...
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Michael Stein interviews comedians, actors, and various other artists from all walks of life, exploring their careers, successes, struggles, and deep thoughts. Hard-hitting, fast-moving, and hyper.
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Who are we? Why do we act, think and feel the way we do? How can we become our best, most authentic selves? Welcome to Typology, a podcast that explores the mystery of the human personality and how we can use the Enneagram typing system as a tool to become our best, most authentic selves. Hosted by author, speaker and counselor, Ian Morgan Cron, Typology features interviews with thought leaders from every sphere of life, including renowned Enneagram authors and teachers, psychologists, theol ...
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Great Lakes Equity Center

Great Lakes Equity Center

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Great Lakes Equity Center is a technical assistance and research center located at Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis. Established in 2011, the Center provides technical assistance, resources, professional learning opportunities, and conducts research related to equity, civil rights, and systemic school reform.
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With openness and honesty I'll share my experiences of life as a man raising young men in a very complicated society and world. I'm a Veteran and Special Education Teacher and have devoted my life to serving others. I've struggled plenty along the way and will continue to do so, by choice if not by circumstance. Maybe you could benefit from what I've learned and will learn in my journey, all I can do is offer. I wish you well. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rob ...
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Being Frank

Hudson River Radio .com

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Frank LoBuono is a journalist with over 40 years of experience in the TV News profession. His mission is to engage people in healthy dialogue and create positive change in our community. Each show features the important news of the day and an expert guest to discuss the shows chosen topic. No topic is out of bounds, and we encourage differing points of view to be discussed. Passionate discourse is welcome. Personal diatribes are not.
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In a world where it's easier than ever to stay in our own echo chambers, it's more important than ever to bring different perspectives together. That's why we created this podcast: to have open and honest conversations about hard social issues and a variety of other topics, with the goal of leaving you with something to think about all week long. We believe that by listening to different perspectives, we can better understand the world around us and make more informed decisions. We also beli ...
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Summary: In this episode, Jason features an interview with Guest Co-Host Dr. Sergiy Borisov and Special Guest Oksana Soroka, a Ukrainian Teacher and Mother who shares her insight on the war. The episode centers on the impact of the ongoing war in Ukraine. Oksana, an English and German teacher at Pereiaslav Ivan Mazepa High School, shares the hardsh…
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Ever wondered why some educators thrive while others burn out? Listen in as Tony and Dr. O dive deep into the heart of education, discussing the keys to success and fulfillment in the teaching profession. In this episode of Teacher Tales, Tony sits down with Dr. O to explore the highs and lows of teaching, revealing powerful insights that could tra…
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In this episode of BroTalk, Gary sits down with Marlon, a dedicated teacher at Queen's College in Mallorca, to delve into the crucial topic of men's mental health, especially emphasized in May. Marlon opens up about his journey from teaching in London to his current role in Mallorca, shedding light on his passion for history, family life, and the p…
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In this candid episode, I share my insights and experiences of teaching music in your 40s. Drawing from my own journey, I shared very important lessons and how I've became more relaxed, learned to let go of others' opinions, and how I now view challenges as learning opportunities rather than failures. I also talk a little bit about the differences …
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In the fifth episode of this eight-part series, we look at what God tells us about Eli's sons. Spoiler alert: it's not good. God wants us to know him and to follow him. We'll explore what that means. Amber wants to hear from you! If you have feedback or ideas, drop her a line at amber@timeofgrace.org Check out our other podcasts! Search for these o…
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Today, we had the pleasure of speaking with Charlie Peacock and Andi Ashworth, authors of the new book, "Why Everything That Doesn't Matter Matters So Much, The Way of Love in a World of Hurt." In this episode, Charlie and Andi share their experiences discovering their types and their personal reflections on how the Enneagram has contributed to the…
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Voices of Ukraine: Oksana Bilozir's Inspirational Story Oksana Bilozir. Famous Ukrainian Pop Store, People’s Artist of Ukraine, Former People’s Deputy of Ukraine, and the Former Minister of Culture and Tourism in Ukraine. Throughout her career, Oksana has made significant artistic achievements. Our guest began her concert activity in 1979 as a solo…
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Drawing from his transformative journey, Jay Fairbrother shares how personal loss and early struggles shaped his path as an entrepreneur. With insights on masterminds and work-life balance, Jay reveals the power of human connection and resilience in making it through life’s ups and downs. Making It! explores the lives and stories of entrepreneurs a…
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In this episode of the Imp And Skizz podcast, we explore failure and can act as your fuel, your teacher or your enemy depending on your approach. ►Want to be a part of the live pre-show? Become a sponsor over at Glimpse to join us before we jump into our recording. Hang out with us while we dial in our equipment and be the first to find out what th…
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PODCAST Season 2 EPISODE 11 Robert Earl Gunn Metro United Way Quotes of the Podcast – 1. Until lions have historians, hunters will never cease to be heroes. 2. I'd rather be hated for who I am than loved for who I am not. Introduction of Guest BIO – Robert Earl Gunn Jr. was born in South Bend, Indiana and has served the community for the past two d…
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How do you balance life-threatening health challenges while maintaining your passion and profession? Imagine facing a severe cancer diagnosis while juggling the demanding responsibilities of teaching and family. In this heartfelt episode, we dive into the inspiring story of Rodriguez, a dedicated teacher who battled cancer while remaining committed…
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Eric's journey into comedy began during a family cruise talent show, inspired by an illegal internship at a radio station where he honed his comedic skills. Encouraged by his swim team peers, Eric transitioned from DJing at school events to stand-up comedy. His material often blends Jewish and Mexican cultural elements, reflecting the inherent humo…
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In this episode of Maritime Unity on Yachting International Radio, host Eva Lianne Veldkamp delves into the fascinating world of maritime slang and language barriers with Monika Lemaijic, a WISTA Australia president and asset manager. They share humorous and insightful anecdotes about miscommunication and the importance of understanding maritime te…
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S2 EP 030 | Student Advocacy & Activism: a Conversation with Advocate & Consultant, Kristen For the 30th episode, a local MA teacher shares how she successfully fulfilled her dream of becoming a business owner. Kristen, a fellow MA teacher, transitioned from special education teacher to building an advocacy and consulting company focusing on studen…
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“We Stand With Ukraine-100 Episodes Series-One Story At A Time,” Join Dr. Sergiy Borysov, (Guest Co-Host) and I as we discuss The Holodomor-Ukraine’s Forgotten Genocide. The Holodomor was a man-made famine that occurred in Ukraine when it was a part of the Soviet Ukraine between 1932 and 1933. It was a result of Soviet policies under Joseph Stalin,…
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INTRO: As many of you know, I serve on the Board of Directors for Be the Change Volunteers. We build schools, teacher housing, and bathrooms all over the world (currently in Peru, Malawi, India, Rwanda, Puerto Rico, and Papua New Guinea). It’s an incredible experience – if you ever want to join a build, please let me know – and one thing we try to …
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Creating effective special education teaching materials is more important than you may think, especially for our learners with autism. Students with autism oftentimes focus on details of pictures or learning materials that you may not even notice. Being aware and intentional of the teaching materials you are using is so important in helping them le…
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In this episode of Crew Travel Rhea and Lee Harris from ATPI Travel discuss critical updates for travelers this summer. Learn about the impending air traffic controller strikes at Paris Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airports and get essential advice for navigating these disruptions. Discover the latest on construction-related delays at Birmingham Airp…
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I invite you to join us for “And I Saw.” “And I Saw” are the key words that separate John’s six major visions. "1 After this I saw …” (Revelation 7:1 RSV) Your next stop, the Destined4Torah Zone! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/destined4torah/messageSupport this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/d…
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How do you keep going when life throws you a curveball like a heart attack? In this heartfelt episode, we dive into the inspiring story of Teagan Raines, a dedicated teacher who faced an unexpected diagnosis. Her journey offers invaluable insights into resilience, the power of a strong support system, and the importance of work-life balance. Whethe…
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Join Rick Thomas, host of YACHTING USA, for a deeply moving and insightful episode. Rick sits down with Travis Suit and Tatiana Tims from the Piper's Angels Foundation to discuss "The Crossing for Cystic Fibrosis," a monumental paddling event from Bimini to Florida designed to raise awareness and funds for cystic fibrosis treatment. Hear personal s…
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I invite you to join us for “Heaven’s Perspective." This is the third teaching in The Revelation of End Times series. How would you like to see Heaven’s Perspective of End Times? “After this I looked, and lo, in heaven an open door! And the first voice, which I had heard speaking to me like a trumpet, said, "Come up hither, and I will show you what…
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Toni Rose and Zach discuss the variety of emotions that can come with implementing an alternative educational model and beginning a new school year. Show Notes MCP Podcast episode 151, Humanizing Teaching Practices with Paul France "The PD Book" by Lori Cohen and Elena Aguilar Links from Toni Rose's Announcements: Using TalkingPoints in Your Modern…
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In the fourth episode of this eight-part series we'll examine the song Hannah's sang after giving her child to the Lord. This amazing woman of faith has a lot to teach us about who God is and how we look at the world. Amber wants to hear from you! If you have feedback or ideas, drop her a line at amber@timeofgrace.org Check out our other podcasts! …
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In this episode of the Free Thought Project podcast, Jason and Matt welcome back Hakeem Anwar, the visionary behind the "Take Back Our Tech" initiative. Hakeem is an experienced entrepreneur, founder and CEO of the Above Phone, and proponent of extremely private technology. During our conversation, we delve into the types of surveillance we have to…
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In this episode of the Imp And Skizz podcast, we continue our hang and discussion with Etho! ►Want to be a part of the live pre-show? Become a sponsor over at Glimpse to join us before we jump into our recording. Hang out with us while we dial in our equipment and be the first to find out what that day's recordings are going to be about! Perhaps ev…
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On this episode of Teacher Tales, Tony Rambles and Sharita W. dive deep into the crucial topic of school culture. With state assessments on the horizon, they explore how school leadership, classroom environments, and community engagement shape the educational experience for both teachers and students. Learn how creative initiatives and a supportive…
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Felicia Madison had a childhood dream of becoming a Broadway dancer. Her parents had other plans, which is why she was pre-med in college! Felicia graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in the biological basis of behavior and a minor in marketing. (She jokes that she's only qualified to sell drugs!) Felicia is the Director of N…
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Certified court interpreter and Chinese translator, Samuel Chong visited Michel Desmarquet, the author of Thiaoouba Prophecy, in 2016 and 2018, and he was instrumental in arranging for the Chinese publication of Desmarquet's book, which has been a best-seller in both China and Taiwan, a rare phenomenon. He also translated the book "334 Lies: The Re…
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In this captivating episode of Typology, we delve into the power of storytelling with two incredible guests, author Allison Fallon (Enneagram 4) and business educator and author Donald Miller (Enneagram 3). The episode centers around Allie's new book, "Write Your Story: A Simple Framework to Understand Yourself, Your Story, and Your Purpose in the …
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Switching between different cognitive tasks is critical in the classroom. Students learn one word can have multiple meanings. They move from one subject to another. This episode of Literacy Talks focuses squarely on cognitive flexibility, its role in executive function, and how literacy educators can help students build these skills to be confident…
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Stay informed with the latest crew travel updates! - Emirates' New Turbulence Technology: Learn about Emirates' implementation of the Turbulence Aware Platform for enhanced safety and efficiency. #Emirates #AviationTech #FlightSafety - American Airlines Strike Action: Find out how the potential strike action by American Airlines flight attendants c…
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INTRO: When I was a superintendent, we created a geometry and construction class. Kids would take geometry on A days and then apply those principles to building a tiny home on B days. And I loved asking a student who was out there working on the home in the dead of winter why it was important to be out there working when it was so cold outside. “To…
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In this episode, I'm talking about the basic principles of behavior. These principles may be a review for some, but I think even behavior pros will find at least a kernel that they can use to help their team understand how behavior works (and how it doesn't). Sometimes it's unfathomable to those of us who do this all the time why others in the clas…
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In this gripping episode of the Free Thought Project podcast, Jason and Matt are joined by Jeff Charles, acclaimed host of "A Fresh Perspective" podcast and political satirist known from Fox News to Newsmax, along with his partner both in life and activism, Doni the Misfit. Today’s conversation takes a hard look at the recent developments within th…
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Ever felt like finding information about schools before applying for a teaching position is like searching for a needle in a haystack? In this episode, we unveil the challenges teachers face when trying to learn more about schools they're considering for employment. From the lack of accessible information to the importance of making informed decisi…
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Zach is joined by Paul France to discuss practices that foster personalized learning and make teaching more sustainable. Show Notes Paul's new book, "Make Teaching Sustainable" Paul's previous books, "Reclaiming Personalized Learning" and "[Humanizing Distance Learning](https://us.corwin.com/books/learning-from-a-distance-276703" Annual Visible Lea…
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In the third episode of this eight-part series, we learn that the desire of Hannah's heart was to have a son. But when she had a son, she gave him to God. What are the desires of your heart? How do they glorify God? Amber wants to hear from you! If you have feedback or ideas, drop her a line at amber@timeofgrace.org Check out our other podcasts! Se…
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A packed and meaningful interview here for you, some really potent permaculture history and explorations into the well known Occidental Arts and Ecology Center in Sonoma County CA. through the mind of Brock Dolman, Brocks depth of experience is unparalleled in the permaculture community , international in scope and teaching powerful PDC's three tim…
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Welcome to Maritime Unity on Yachting International Radio with host Eva Lianne Veldkamp. In this episode, we dive into the maritime industry’s evolving landscape with Monika Lemajic, the President of WISTA Australia. Discover how Monika's diverse career in maritime asset management fuels her passion for promoting inclusivity. Monika shares the init…
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From paramedic to profit with a purpose, Mark Silver shares his unique blend of spirituality and entrepreneurship. From divine connections to mistakes as lessons, Mark reveals how every act of business can be an act of love. With deep listening, he navigates a path of wonder, care, and commitment. Making It! explores the lives and stories of entrep…
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In this episode of the Imp And Skizz podcast, we are grateful to welcome in the one and only Etho! Fascinating man, fascinating discussion, fascinating time as we delve into the mystery that is Etho. ►Want to be a part of the live pre-show? Become a sponsor over at Glimpse to join us before we jump into our recording. Hang out with us while we dial…
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What leads to radical transformation? Shifting your perspective from a victim mindset to a hero mindset. Don Miller returns to Typology to share the role the Enneagram played in his journey out of the victim hole to more empowered perspective. “It’s a story of a person who identified as a victim transforming into a person who identifies much more o…
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