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Faithful Politics is a podcast for people who are seeking in-depth discussions about everyday issues that intersect Faith and Politics. Pastor Josh Burtram (Faithful Host) and Will Wright (Political Host) will talk to experts, scholars, theologians, politicians, journalists, and everyday people in order to understand how political decisions affect people of faith and the faithless. Faithful Politics strives to be a different kind of show that doesn’t just stick to one political ideology or r ...
 
Positive Health Podcast is an interview series for health professionals and features leading clinicians, scientists and health advocates in integrative, functional and nutritional medicine. We share what various experts are pioneering in their respective fields, and empower you the latest science and clinical insights. The podcast is hosted by Benjamin Brown, ND.
 
Jason Lee, along with co-hosts Blue and DJ Damage bring the show into thousands of homes around the world. When it comes to bringing truth to the rumors, our celebrity guests do not hold back. Tell-all interviews have ranged from Amber Rose breaking down her annual SlutWalk to Floyd Mayweather admitting he's too rich to wear Jordan's! Hollywood Unlocked With Jason Lee [UNCENSORED] has proven to be the easy-going platform where entertainments biggest names can clear up the rumors and allegati ...
 
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Ed and Toby host possibly their most educationally focussed and erudite (?) show to date. They talk about some persistent myths in education and schooling, reviewed a long list of Tweets of the Week and started delving into the depths of which pervasive artefact from schools you would overhaul first when creating your own edutopia? - More on that n…
 
This week, Nathan is joined by Deputy Heateacher and blogger Sam Crome (pocketwisdom.blog) to ask What Makes A Team Work? They discuss the different teams we find ourselves in at work and pin down a definition of what a team is. They look at purposes and goals and the research behind high performing teams. And, they talk through the ways to establi…
 
On this episode, Pastor Josh and Will talk with Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons, who is a fellow at the Center for American Progress about the Christian Left. They discuss a wide range of issues from a progressive viewpoint, and even discuss some political issues where the religious right and the religious left can see eye to eye. Guest Bio: Guthrie Gra…
 
AfricasOwnEducationDoctor & EducationEvangelist, together wiith her guests; @RugyendoQotes(Uganda); @math_gee (South Africa) & @AlhajiBkamara7 (Sierra Leone) dig deeper into trending conversations in respective countries in Africa. Special focus on school opening in Uganda after 2 years and what seems to be going right and what is totally out of pl…
 
Miss Saeed is joined by one of EduTwitter's favourites - Mr T - to discuss what makes an effective leader and how to rise in the face of adversity (including taking a school from RI to Good in 7 months and then winning School of the Year!) They also discuss the need for Diversity and Equality in the world of education.…
 
Joe is joined by a former teacher, former business owner and now Microsoft senior customer engagement PM Stephen Reid. The two talk about the importance of play, games-based learning, teaching tough subjects, video games, and more. Joe also talks a little about mental health and imposter syndrome among teachers.…
 
An interesting conversation between host Bisayo and guest Mary Senami on the Teacher's Playlist of actions in the classroom, regarding what to play, pause, stop or replay. One thing to play is 'using a to-do list' , stop shouting at learners, and take a break on grading every assignment. So what's it going to be for you? listen, learn and share!…
 
Dorian is joined by Ray Craig aka 'Bike it Ray' for a fantastic discussion surrounding the importance of encouraging schools to promote more sustainable travel. Ray has years of experience working with schools on a many and varied range of strategies and initiatives to break down the barriers/dispel myths of safe, green, and sustainable travel to a…
 
Toby flew solo this week due to some logistical complications for Ed, so Alex Wright called in for twenty minutes to discuss the Three Most Pointless Pedagogies. Question of the week explored the true purpose of an exercise book. Back as a bouncy duo of Ukelele strumming Teachie Boys next week!By Teachers Talk Radio
 
Nathan is joined by Amanda McLeod, Chair of the National Handwriting Association, and Dan Wright, Deputy Headteacher and SENDCo, to discuss improving handwriting for all. What is it we are looking for from handwriting? Neatness? Speed? Fluency? Automaticity? Nathan asks what does the research say and are we being research-informed? They discuss the…
 
We talked about everything from Marigolds to Giant Redwoods. Emily shared her journey through ELT to becoming a leading light in Graphic Facilitation and an author of an international text book. Learn more about at her website below. www.emilybrysonelt.com The blog about giant redwoods is in there too.…
 
Mothers united after teen drug tragedy. Both victims. Listen to Kerry, who is the mother of 15 Year old Leah who died in May 2019 after an overdose of MDMA, and Tammy who is Connor's mum who was part of the chain that supplied Leah with her drugs. They now campaign for Leah's Law, this is a petition to make it a specific criminal offense to supply …
 
Have you heard the term, "We are a Christian Nation, founded on Christian Ideals?" Our guest this week, Brian Kaylor, would likely take issue with a comment like that, and guess what...He's also a Christian Pastor, Editor, and President of one of the oldest Christian publications in America called Word & Way, founded in 1896. Brian, unlike many eva…
 
This rather random late show mixes the story that GB News will be airing the national anthem at 6am each day as part of the broadcasting offer - should this be done at the start of each school day? Tom reviews peoples responses. Following that, an opportunity to listen to an interview between Tom and Cassie Young from 2020. Sit back and enjoy!…
 
In today's show, there is a continuation of Pastoral CPD as Kalil speaks about unconscious bias and how it can influence and impact the conversations teachers have with young people. Then, he is joined by Lekha Sharma (@teacherfeature2) and they talk about how school leaders can improve staff wellbeing. Finally, Kalil tucks in to whether schools sh…
 
Join Sobia with CEO of Empathy Week Ed Kirwan who is a photographer, filmmaker and educator. In 2020, Empathy Week engaged 100,000 students in two years (30 countries across 6 continents). Empathy week are creating young, conscious and empathetic leaders through the power of cinematic film and inspiring true stories. Building schools and classrooms…
 
Miss Saeed is joined by NASEN's SEND Teacher of the Year (2021) Mr Stammer to discuss his personal journey as someone who stammers and what it truly means for a setting to be inclusive. They also explore the most pertinent points of the SEND Code of Practice and what we should all aim to do to help meet the needs of SEND students!…
 
This week we dip into edu-bookclubs and Dorian is joined by cofounders of the #GLTbookclub, Rhiannon Rainbow and Dave Tushingham. We talk through how the bookclub came about and what the initial motivation was to get it set up. Rhiannon and Dave describe how the club has grown in popularity over the lockdown period with the online ‘live’ or retrosp…
 
Ed and Toby chatted about an eclectic mix of #TweetOfTheWeeks followed by discussion some of the people who'd inspired their journeys into science and teaching. Plus lots of lovely chat about what it is that makes people inspirational - wisdom and integrity matter; shrouded in a cloak of warmth and kindness! Some barnstorming party (or work event) …
 
Nathan is joined by Nicky Parr @nicky_parr from Better Handwritten and Sue Smits from @MorrellsHand Handwriting discussing Handwriting and why we need to worry about it in a digital age. They discuss the Halo Effect, people (exam markers) making assumptions about academic ability because of handwriting and whether handwriting be too perfect? Nathan…
 
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