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Blocks Paper Scissors

Clark Fralick and Clyde Gaw

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Welcome to the BlocksPaperScissors Podcast! An education podcast about Teaching for Artistic Behavior and the power of self-directed art experience, creativity and experiential education! Music courtesy of The Easthills
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A bike lane being installed on Manhattan's Upper West Side in 2010 (photo by Kate Hinds) Federal spending on bike and pedestrian infrastructure was $4 a person in 2010 -- and Economix says we should be investing more. (New York Times) Los Angeles's bus system gets millions of low-income workers to their jobs -- so why is the city cutting bus lines? (New York Times) Why don't more women bike in NYC? Safety, safety, safety. (New York Times) A Haaretz editorial characterizes the state of public ...
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Reach out to Eric and Ben via the comments section or by sending a message to speculationstationmail@gmail.com. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Over Eight Billion people alive today have never listened to this podcast. Be the change you want to see in the world. ____________________________________________________________________ ...
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Hello fellow TAB teachers! We got our act together again to catch up and discuss what's happening in our TAB studios. We also chat about upcoming professional development opportunities that Clyde and I will be participating in later this year. Also, Don't be afraid to send us an email if you have a question or topic you would like us to discuss on …
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When a critter meets its end at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, it ends up on a necropsy table—where one of the zoo’s veterinary pathologists will take a very close look at it, in what is the animal version of an autopsy. They’ll poke and prod, searching for clues about the animal’s health. What they do—or don’t—find can be used to improve the care…
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We look into the engineering reasons why the Francis Scott Key bridge collapsed after a ship crashed into it. Also, a new analysis finds that more viruses spread from humans to animals than from animals to humans. The Engineering Behind Why The Bridge In Baltimore Collapsed On Tuesday, a large section of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key bridge collaps…
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In this episode Peter Szasz joins me to talk about the project he is working on, which will revolutionize the health care industry and will give many people back their health and well being. Find out more about it here: http://www.lumivitae.com?bg_ref=C0zKilOomW More about Peter Szasz here: Instagram @PeterSzasz…
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In this episode of the future hit podcast, Eric and Ben muse on the various ways humans categorize the world. They also explore how these socially constructed categories affect people and institutions. Why have categories at all? Who gets to make the categories? Is it even possible to cut nature cleanly "at the joints?" When does night become day a…
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Take a quick moment to think about your surroundings. Tune into your senses, and contemplate what’s happening around you. What do you see, hear, and smell? Now take a moment to imagine: What if you were a bat? How would you experience your environment differently? Maybe you could sense a nearby spider through echolocation, or feel minute changes in…
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Irth is a “Yelp-like” app to help expectant parents make informed decisions by exposing bias and racism in healthcare systems. Also, a new video camera system shows the colors of the natural world as different animals see them. An App For People Of Color To Rate Their Birthing Experiences For some patients, finding a good doctor can be as simple as…
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We all see things, hear things, feel things, notice things, differently. Our inner subjective experience is unique to us. We can never fully grasp what another human (or any animal) senses of the outside world. There is variation in sensory equipment, it's processing, and the story crafted by each of our consciousnesses in presenting "reality." If …
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Der Gründer von FlexxiCare Dr. Rudolf King erzählt mir auf der Gabriel Huber Show über die Passion hinter FlexxiCare und warum gerade jetzt diese Firma so wichtig ist. Außerdem erzählt Dr. Rudolf King mir von seinen Tätigkeiten im Immobilienmarkt und sein Interesse an Kunst. https://www.drking.tv/home https://flexxi.care/de…
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In dieser Folge spricht Anabel Ternès mit mir über ihre Engagements im Bereich Umwelt und Zukunftsforschung. Anabel Ternès ist die Präsidentin von dem Club of Budapest Germany. Sie hat 2018 die Google Impact Challenge gewonnen und 2022 den Google Impact Award. Andere Stationen von Anabel Ternès waren Head of Business Devolpment bei Samsonite und Fi…
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Who is this episode for?Are you looking to get into the Real Estate Business and want some general information about it?Are you already a licensed Real Estate Broker and want to improve your sales and revenue?Are you already a licensed Real Estate Broker but want to expand your impact by building a team of brokers?Are you looking to expand your hor…
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Podcast Redux! Sorry folks, this episode was supposed to drop last week but I made a huge error while editing. My bad. Anyway, we got back together to talk about a few things that have happened since our last podcast and we discussed WOW, Austins Butterfly, and other TAB missteps. The Tornado Drawing Images from Clydes Artshow Article Clyde talked …
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The TedX Speaker and internationally renowned event host and keynote speaker Dan Ram joins me for this episode to talk about his career, being confident on stage and the future of work in general. We discuss AI and the changing education system. We also talk about values and the need to adapt in a changing world.Dan Ramhttps://www.iamdanram.com/ ht…
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In dieser Folge erzählt der ehemalige Geschäftsführer der Daimler TSS (jetzt Mercedes-Benz Tech Innovation) und Geschäftsführer der Firma GLOBE Fuel Cell Systems Steffen Bäuerle über seinen Karriereweg. Er bietet wichtige Tipps, um im Beruf und persönlich weiter zu kommen. Wie geht man mit Rückschlägen um? Wie baut man erfolgreich ein Team auf? Und…
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In dieser Folge berichtet Vincent Delitz von seinen Erfahrungen als Unternehmer. Er geht auf die Herausforderungen und die Meisterung dieser in der Startup-Szene ein. Wie relevant ist die Web-3 Szene noch? Wie rekrutiert man richtig? Wie findet man die Richtigen fürs Team? Die Wichtigkeit von Visionen…
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On this episode Marc Amerigo and I discuss leadership, ultra performance and breaking world records. As the project leader of project Zephir, Marc Amerigo works with world champion in windsurfing Antoine Albeau. Together they set to achieve the speed world record in windsurfing. With a team of 80 people they work on perfecting their craft and provi…
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In this episode of Reinvented I will be chatting with the international event host Dan Ram. We talk about everything from goal setting to growing up in multiple cultures. Dan shares valuable insights into his life as an event host and gives snippets of wisdom which he gathered working with presidents and celebrities.…
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In this episode, Clyde and Clark talk about the healing power of art. Why do kids seek out the art room when they are anxious? Why do certain behaviors disappear when children have the opportunity to work with their minds and their hands? Child Art Therapy by Judith Aron Rubin The Good Enough Studio by Nona Orbach Through the Narrow Window: 2022 TA…
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WE are finally back in the studio...sort of. In this episode of Blocks Paper Scissors, Clyde and I try to get back into the groove talking about quality. Teacher directed vs. student directed quality and what is really happening in the minds of our young artists. Special thanks to the Easthils for allowing me to use their awesome music.…
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As we continue to work remotely, we are trying to bring you interesting content related to Teaching for Artistic Behavior. Please excuse some of the audio. Zoom sometimes does not play well. In this episode, Clyde and I are joined by Roni Rohr to talk about the idea of "Am I TAB enough? It's a question many of us ask ourselves when beginning this j…
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Today Clyde and I welcome a very special guest: Julie Toole. During our conversation, we look at what is white privilege and how we can practice DEI+J in the TAB studio, Julie has been a teacher for 30 years, 20+ in Chicago Public schools and is currently teaching art at a private progressive school, pre-k-8th grade. She has been a TAB teacher and …
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Hello everyone!! In this podcast, Clyde and I talk about remote teaching and trying to keep the spirit of Teaching for Artistic Behavior. We felt it was necessary to make a podcast during this time. We couldn't meet in the regular studio, so we recorded this using Zoom. The sound isn't perfect. Enjoy everyone. Stay Safe. Software Mentioned in this …
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Hello listeners, we are back with another episode of the Blocks, Paper Scissors Podcast. In this episode, Clyde and I discuss Trauma-informed education through the lens of a TAB studio. This is a very current and deep subject that we dip our toes into. Other things mentioned in this episode. Yoyoi Kusama - Read this great article about her here. If…
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In this episode, Clyde and I get back to what we love: talking about our TAB studios. More specifically the phenomenon called organic collaboration and the observations we make. What happens when we work together for a common cause? What are we learning? Why is it a good idea to promote collaboration in your classroom? Theories of Childhood, Second…
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In this episode, Clyde and I have a fun little conversation about our experience at TAB institute in Boston. I thought it would be nice to sit down and decompress all that happened over the week. We got to meet some pretty amazing educators from all over the world. I would like to apologize if the sound isn't that great. My MacBook has been acting …
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In this episode, Clyde takes the lead in a conversation with our good friend and colleague Katherine Douglas. Katherine Douglas is an American education pioneer. She has a long and illustrious career in art education. She is the Co-author of Engaging Learners Through Artmaking, she and Diane Jaquith are the principle Founders of the Teaching for Ar…
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