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What should future schools look like? How do brains learn? Some of the world's greatest educators, researchers, and community leaders share their stories and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
In Brazil, the term língua da gente (literally 'language of the people') refers to the way that people actually talk in everyday speech. And that, in essence, is the object behind this series. We hope to provide practical lessons that demonstrate how people really speak, and we do this by presenting brief, slice-of-life dialogs, which focus on some daily situation, scenario, or task that we encounter every day.
 
What we don’t know about American history hurts us all. Teaching Hard History begins with the long legacy of slavery and reaches through the civil rights movement to the present day. Brought to you by Learning for Justice (formerly Teaching Tolerance) and hosted by Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries, Teaching Hard History brings us the lessons we should have learned in school through the voices of scholars and educators. It’s great advice for teachers and good information for everybody.
 
Conversations about projects and research undertaken by scholars at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University. Hosted by former New York Times journalist and current CASBS research affiliate John Markoff. CASBS brings together great minds to generate new knowledge to address wicked problems and significant societal challenges. It is a place where diverse thinkers collectively produce transformative outcomes that none could produce independently. ...
 
Experts shape our world. Sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse. In every big story, you’ll find one; you’ll find a researcher, scientist, engineer, planner, policy wonk, data nerd, bureaucrat, regulator, intellectual, or pseudointellectual. Their ideas are often opaque, unrecognized, and difficult to understand. Some of them like it that way. On Cited, we reveal their hidden stories.
 
Leading Improvements in Higher Education with Stephen Hundley from IUPUI is a service of the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis (assessmentinstitute.iupui.edu), the oldest and largest higher education assessment and improvement event in the U.S. The podcast profiles people, initiatives, institutions, and organizations improving conditions in higher education. Join thought leaders for engaging discussions of enduring and emerging topics, themes, and trends affecting colleges and universitie ...
 
My name is Benjamin Kaneaiakala III, founder of Phoenix Rising Addiction Center. I have over 32 years recovery and experience working in the addiction and mental health industry. Phoenix Rising Addiction Center was opened to help people who are suffering from all forms addictions. The Biggest Addiction in the World is the Addiction of the Excessive and Repetitive THINKING! This is where ALL PAIN AND SUFFERING STARTS. This Podcast and YouTube Channel provides information and a resources to HELP.
 
Dialogue on Teaching, hosted by Nancy Lynne Westfield, Ph.D., is the monthly podcast of The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion. Amplifying the Wabash Center’s mission, the podcast focuses upon issues of teaching and learning in theology and religion within colleges, universities and seminaries. The podcast series will feature dialogues with faculty teaching in a wide range of institutional contexts. The conversation will illumine the teaching life.Webinar Produc ...
 
It’s easy to see a child’s education as a path determined by grades, test scores and extra curricular activities. But genuine learning is about so much more than the points schools tally. MindShift explores the future of learning and how we raise our kids. This podcast is part of the MindShift education site, a division of KQED News. You can also visit the MindShift website for episodes and supplemental blog posts or tweet us @MindShiftKQED or visit us at MindShift.KQED.org.
 
The PR Future podcast shares the latest trends and provides insight into the future of public relations and strategic communication. Produced by the Center for Public Relations (CPR) at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and hosted by CPR Director and Golin Chairman Fred Cook, #PRFuture features the inspiring stories of communication executives, academics, students and more as part of our mission to define the future of our industry and to develop those who will shape it.
 
Two in-depth interviews every week with scholars, policy makers, and business executives on frontier ideas & urgent issues in our world. Sponsored by the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance and the Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies at Princeton University. Hosted by Tiger Gao '21 and other undergraduate Princetonians. Visit us on policypunchline.com
 
A podcast featuring PainExam.com's creator David Rosenblum, MD, discussing Pain Management Board Preparation, keywords, and current topics relevant to any pain patient or physician who practices pain management. David Rosenblum, MD has been preparing physicians for the pain boards since 2008, and is currently the director of Pain Management at Maimonides Medical Center, AABP Pain Management , and CEO of QBazaar.com.
 
This biweekly podcast will challenge you to study the issues related to human trafficking, become an educated voice in understanding this global problem, and ultimately make a difference in helping bring it to an end. Sandra Morgan, Director of the Global Center for Women and Justice at Vanguard University of Southern California and Dave Stachowiak, Board Member of the Center, explore issues in each episode that will help educate you to be a helpful voice in ending human trafficking.
 
Some stories require a little more – a little more discussion, more context, more depth and breadth. That’s the idea behind “Behind the Blue” – a new weekly podcast created by UK Public Relations and Marketing. It is designed to explore through probing interviews the in-depth the stories that make UK the university for Kentucky and that have impact across the institution, the Commonwealth and, in some cases, the world.
 
Weekly interviews with trailblazers who are reshaping and rethinking education as we know it. From IT and marketing directors, to university presidents and K-12 superintendents, to advisors and admissions staff –you’ll get a direct line to the changemakers on the frontlines of innovation. Learn how the world of education is changing and what those changes mean for both the sector and society. Education Empowered is hosted by Jason Belland, VP of Education Cloud Industry Solutions at Salesfor ...
 
The Innovators podcast, a product of Harris Search Associates, features interesting conversations with global thought leaders in the areas of higher education and research, engineering, technology, and the health sciences and provides our listeners an opportunity to benefit from lessons learned from the national leaders changing the landscape of innovation and discovery.
 
MedNet21 is an on-line CME Webcast produced by the Center for Continuing Medical Education at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Our focus is to address professional practice gaps and issues important to primary care physicians. This is a free "podcast version" of our webcast produced through our MedNet21 CME series. Each year we provide 40 weekly CME webcasts for our 10 month season, and programs are accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from anywhere in the world. You can ...
 
CREECA’s mission is to support research, teaching, and outreach on Russia, Eastern and Central Europe, and Central Asia. We approach this three-part mission by promoting faculty research across a range of disciplines; by supporting graduate and undergraduate teaching and training related to the region; and by serving as a community resource through outreach activities targeted to K-12 teachers and students, other institutions of higher education, and the general public. As a U.S. Department ...
 
Rural Matters is a biweekly, 30-minute podcast about rural education, business, and health. The podcast’s mission is to increase awareness, inform discussion, and expand the dialogue on the most important issues facing rural stakeholders every day. Guests on the podcast include rural education decision-makers, rural business owners and entrepreneurs, and rural health care representatives. The National Rural Education Association and the Center for Rural Affairs are marketing partners.
 
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It's easy to get the impression that everything and everyone around you is either crazy or in the process of going crazy. This is largely because it's true. Mental health is the number one illness or complaint facing those living in our soul-sick society. So how can you deal with and cope with the mental stresses of everyday life? What are some of …
 
Play, with and for adult learners, recognizes embodied aesthetics, assists in meaning making, redefines productivity, and welcomes wisdom. Diversities of epistemologies through play pedagogies enhance adult learning. Learning to have fun together rejuvenates and transforms classrooms. What does it mean to maintain health and wellbeing through play?…
 
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Kyle and Joe are joined once again from Mexico by Michelle Janikian, and let's take a moment to do what wasn't done last week: welcome Michelle to the podcast, as she will be joining the guys on SFs for the foreseeable future, and possibly on other podcasts soon as well. Welcome to the revolution, Michelle! As…
 
LEXINGTON, Ky. (February 25, 2021) – 30 years ago, the University of Kentucky and its College of Medicine established the UK Center of Excellence in Rural Health. Since that time, CERH, which also serves as the federally designated Kentucky Office of Rural Health, has been supporting the health and well-being of rural Kentuckians by promoting acces…
 
(Part 2) Joseph Ramahi, PhD, a tissue culture specialist, discovered the difficulty of identifying Hop Latent Viroid (HpLVd) in cannabis and hemp plants, as it displayed both symptomatic and asymptomatic characteristics. HpLVd can lead to “dudding”, a stunted growth with less flower production and reduced trichomes. We discuss this discovery and th…
 
On this episode, we’re joined by Steve and Charlene Rose. Steve and Charlene are co-authors of the new book, The Peanut Butter Promise: Spreading Hope to Fulfill Your Purpose! Steve is a seven-time author who was a radio personality before penning a one-of-a-kind, feel-good book called Leap of Faith: God Must Be a Packer Fan (Angel Press, 1996). Th…
 
Ginger and Muscle Pain? Dr. Rosenblum Discusses the Effects of Ginger on Muscle Pain and Updates on the Upcoming Ultrasound Training Workshops: Ultrasound Training Event Schedule- February 28, 2021- Ultrasound Guided Pain Procedures in the Pain Office https://painexam.com/events/ultrasound-guided-interventional-pain-and-regional-anesthesia-virtual-…
 
While it seems like people with different political ideologies can’t agree on anything these days, one thing we can all agree on is that our nation is polarized; perhaps like it never has been before. As we enter into a new political era with messaging focused on reaching across the divide and restoring a sense of unity, we talked with Christina Be…
 
As schools and universities adapt to a changing world, new models of education and student engagement are emerging every day. Building lasting ties with students requires not only thoughtful, seamless experiences, but it also means throwing out decades-old assumptions and traditions altogether. Joining Jason today is Dr. Melik Khoury. Melik is the …
 
Wingham Rowan has long been a leader in forecasting the interactions between technology and society. For instance, he created, produced, and presented cyber.cafe, Britain’s longest running TV series about the internet. He also was a presenter on his own program for children, Rowan’s Report. More recently, however, Mr. Rowan has been studying the fu…
 
"Since 1989 – Poland’s Democratic Experience" with Donald Pienkos, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.LECTURE DESCRIPTION: In 1989, Poland, thanks primarily to the efforts of the Solidarity movement, emerged from 44 years of Soviet domination to establish a new system of representative democratic govern…
 
Designing innovative ways to integrate research with the classroom experience. Students' questions vary with aspirations - course preparation must anticipate students' needs, wants, seasons of life. All ah-hah! moments are not the same! What if creative bravery is needed for better teaching and original scholarship? Dr. Nancy Lynne Westfield hosts …
 
On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast we’re talking with Summer Stephens and Nate Waite about district change in Churchill County School District. Summer Stephens is a longtime educator and superintendent and has successfully implemented systems of blended and online learning, voice and choice, self-paced learning, project-based learning, an…
 
Dr. Sandie Morgan and Deputy Executive Assistant Commissioner Cynthia Whittenburg examine the role U.S. Customs and Border Protection plays in combating Labor Trafficking. They discuss the authority the CBP has and what that looks like when it’s put into action. The impact of their actions are analyzed from a global perspective. Steps that can be t…
 
(Part 1) Joseph Ramahi, PhD, a plant molecular biologist, was stunned as he discovered the widespread infection rates of Hop Latent Viroid (HpLVd) in cannabis crops. While this new viroid to cannabis was only publicly announced in 2019, it was initially discovered in the hops industry. We discuss the what, why, where and when of HpLVd with our gues…
 
In this episode, we talk with movement veteran Courtland Cox about lessons from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and his own development as a young organizer of the Emmett Till generation. We join Karlyn Forner and John B. Gartrell to tour the resources available through SNCC Digital Gateway. And we hear from student organizer Kaia Woo…
 
This piece features two voices: sociologist Dr. Laura T. Hamilton (UC Merced) and philosopher Dr. Kathryn Joyce (Princeton University). Educational Policy Studies PhD student Abby Beneke (UW-Madison) interviewed Laura when she came to UW in 2019 to give a talk on her book project, Broke: The Racial Consequences of Underfunding Universities, which s…
 
In this episode, Kyle interviews clinical psychologist focusing on sexual trauma, health, and identity, and author of The Psychedelics Integration Handbook, Dr. Ryan Westrum. Westrums' biggest focus and conversation with clients right now in our age of Covid concerns who we are without medicine- how we fill the liminal states between our sessions o…
 
Dr. Elsa Murano, the former president of Texas A&M and current director of the Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture, joins Innovators to talk about the world's food production system and how it has been disrupted during the pandemic. Dr. Murano was appointed Under Secretary of Agriculture for Food Safety in the United States Department o…
 
From a young age Patrick Carr dreamed of being a pilot in the Army Air Corps, even sending for literature from Jackson when he was twelve. After the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and the United States entered WWII, nineteen year old Carr enlisted in the Army Air Corps determined to make that dream a reality. Unfortunately, Carr washed out of the pil…
 
This episode is taken from a previously recorded webinar. The everyday pressure of racist climates wears upon the body, mind and soul of teachers. What practices of health, wellness, and self-care might prolong the life of a scholar in a racist, toxic, climate? The featured speakers for this event are Dr. Melanie Harris (Texas Christian University)…
 
Solar is today the cheapest form of electricity in most parts of the country. And it is made even cheaper when you take advantage of the incentives that still exist (but are rapidly disappearing). Incentives range from tax credits (currently 26% of the cost of installing the system), grants (up to 25% of the system cost for rural businesses) to low…
 
On today’s episode, guest host Ryan Maguire ‘22, a Biochemistry major minoring in Theology, sits down with Dr. Robert W. Shaffern, Professor of Medieval History at The University of Scranton, to discuss the life and work of the recently canonized Saint John Henry Newman, also known as Cardinal Newman.…
 
Stephen Roach is a Senior Fellow at Yale’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs and a Senior Lecturer at Yale’s School of Management, where his research and teaching focus on the impacts of Asia on the global economy. One of Wall Street’s most influential economists, Prof. Roach spent more than 30 years at Morgan Stanley, where he was the Chairman …
 
Ari Kelman is a historian of the Civil War and Reconstruction, the politics of memory, and Native American history. Author of Battle Lines: A Graphic History of the Civil War andA Misplaced Massacre: Struggling Over the Memory of Sand Creek.Historians Imagine is a monthly webinar devoted to this dimension of the craft. Patty Limerick and Matthew Ja…
 
In a time when many friendships have crashed on the rocks of political division, Dick Wadhams, former chair of the Colorado Republican Party, and Patty Limerick, Faculty Director of the Center of the American West, have maintained a steady tie of mutual respect. Drawing on years of finding each other's thoughts to be always worthy of consideration …
 
The challenge of discussing contested ideas is not the threat of personal offense, but the likelihood of continued violence and oppression in the wider society. What does it take to foster life-orienting discussions which generatively reflect upon the insurrection, the quarantine, and the BLM? Can we reconstitute the very nature of the adult classr…
 
In today’s Solidarity Fridays episode, Kyle and Joe are joined from Mexico by freelance journalist (who has been featured here several times) and writer of Your Psilocybin Mushroom Companion, Michelle Janikian. They first get into an email from a listener in Costa Rica highlighting a problem Michelle has seen in Mexico (and that mirrors last week's…
 
In this episode, Getting Smart team member, Rashawn Caruthers, talks with two educators from Phoenix Charter Academy about their Primary Person Model. This model is a one-on-one advisory system that puts mental health and wellness at the forefront of student progress, which now — more than ever — is so important. Phoenix Charter Academy is a member…
 
LEXINGTON, Ky. (February 18, 2021) – Dr. Rebecca Dutch, chair of UK’s Department of Molecular & Cellular Biochemistry, continues to help lead researchers and faculty from multiple disciplines across the University of Kentucky as part of the global effort to treat, understand and eradicate COVID-19. Dutch last spoke with Behind the Blue in April of …
 
"Guns to Butter: Economic Perceptions and Policy Preferences in Russia" with Maria Snegovaya, Visiting Scholar at George Washington University and a postdoctoral scholar at the PPE program at Virginia Tech.LECTURE DESCRIPTION: Scholars on “rally ’round the flag” often argue that by invoking the danger of external threats in times of economic hardsh…
 
“Indica” & “Sativa” are often used to describe cannabis experiences, but the accuracy of these terms for predicting effects is hotly debated. Do “indica” and “sativa” strains actually have common terpenes that can consistently influence how you’ll feel on consumption? In this new podcast series, we’ll explore a study into the real chemistry behind …
 
The recent rise of computing power and cloud-based software is creating new opportunities for colleges to capture and harness student data in a way they’ve never been able to before. In the minds of many campus administrators, this technology is the answer to slipping retention and graduation rates. It creates more efficient administrator systems a…
 
Phoenix Rising This is Part One of on Step Four of the 12 Step Program. I will be discussing Step Four "Made a Fearless and Moral Inventory of Ourselves". The 12 Step Program is one of the greatest gifts available to address the BIGGEST ADDICTION IN THE WORLD - OUR THINKING! Ask yourself if you have made a decision to surrender? If you struggle ans…
 
Now, students are multi-vocational and depend upon theological education to address this expanding complexity. What does it mean to prepare students to be socially conscious and justice minded? What if innovative models overtax faculty capacity? Digital-age students require new meaning making strategies. Dr. Nancy Lynne Westfield hosts Dr. Vanessa …
 
Joining Tom today is Thomas Hatch, a professor at the Teachers College Columbia University and the Director of the National Center for Restructuring Education, Schools, and Teaching (NCREST). Thomas’s research includes studies of school improvement, district, and national levels. His latest book, The Education We Need for a Future We Can’t Predict,…
 
David Williams serves as the Director of Policy Outreach at Opportunity Insights, a research and public policy lab based at Harvard University dedicated to using big data to improve upward mobility in America. The lab is led by Professors Raj Chetty, John Friedman, and Nathaniel Hendren. David is tasked with supporting research and evidence-based p…
 
In this episode, Kyle interviews board-certified heart and lung transplant surgeon and author, most recently of The Art of Human Care, Dr. Hassan Tetteh. Tetteh talks about his book, a "manifesto of sorts" about what human care is in relation to what we traditionally see in standard health care and how the model is rooted in empathy and listening, …
 
Michelle chats with author Ross Benes about his new book, Rural Rebellion: How Nebraska Became a Republican Stronghold. Benes notes the influences of his hometown of Brainard, Nebraska, on his current life in New York City. Benes describes the misconceptions of people in New York City about his rural upbringing, where he found a strong support of c…
 
For good teaching, we must consider teaching and personal economics, institutional economics, societal economic influences. In what ways do vocational aspirations and goals need to align with the economics of the school? Where do I find information about the economic viability of my school? What is the 2026 cliff? Dr. Nancy Lynne Westfield hosts Dr…
 
Theology Classics: Athanasius of Alexandria In this episode, Brandon Smith and Luke Stamps summarize and discuss the main points of Athanasius' On the Incarnation, the second recommended read for the CBR Theology Classics Reading Challenge. On the Incarnation Athanasius, On the Incarnation, c. 319: Written by the young Alexandrian priest several ye…
 
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