This week, Scott and Fabian share some great ideas for the classroom, why it sometimes can be overwhelming to be too engaging, why sticks fly through the air, and so much more! Click on Leave us a Message! We will make sure to reply to you and will play your message on our show! Give it a try! You can also find the button on our homepage, findingourtribe.net. Please also check out our 9 episode sidepod project "Jedi in the Classroom" which we recorded with @MrsJamieHalsey. Find it in the feed! As always, please join us on Twitter for our growing community. Follow us @findingtribepod for our podcast, and also individually @hofmannEDU (Fabian) and @findingmyaloha (Scott)! Or, if you are old school, send us an email at email@example.com. We would love to hear from you! Rate us! Leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get notifications about new videos we post. This is how we get found and can grow our community.
This episode helps us get to know Stephanie Level of Music for Kiddos. Stephanie is the creator of Music for Kiddos, a website that provides high-quality music and music resources for music therapists, music educators, and parents. She's mom to a spunky young daughter, a seasoned performer, an experienced music educator, and a board-certified music therapist. Stephanie is a Berklee College of Music graduate and is passionate about using music to help kids succeed. She specializes in working with babies and kids through age 6. Stephanie jokes that she has a low tolerance for cheesy music. She writes music to help kids be successful in their daily life: night-time routines, transitions, movement, instrument exploration, academic concepts, and helping kids understand and express their feelings. Music cannot be "prescribed", because the effectiveness of music is highly individualized, but this is a starting point... some tried and true music and resources that you might find helpful, too. You can learn more at https://www.musicforkiddos.com/ Check out our YouTube channel: Remember to Share and Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdGhqK_DWpRIKS45ICqN3eQ ***Classroom and Homeschool Teachers*** Find our digital resource to help enhance your classroom HERE! Like us on Facebook! Mr. Fite Check out original fun and educational music from Mr. Fite at https://brucefite.com/music and subscribe to Mr. Fite's YouTube Channel Mr. Henry Are you looking for affordable piano lessons for your 6-10-year-old? Start the music journey with Mr. Henry by taking a sneak peek into the Premier Membership with the free mini-piano course! https://www.mrhenrysmusicworld.com/piano FREE Rock Out Loud Online Music Teaching Platform [Disclosure: The Music Podcast for Kids is an affiliate of Rock Out Loud which means we receive a percentage of sales if a teacher decides to upgrade the service. There is no additional cost to the user. Our link gives access to the app for free as well!]
Teacher, are your primary kiddos consumed by the excitement of Halloween? Mine sure are!The good news is, we can harness that excitement and use it to our advantage. Halloween doesn't have to wreck our classroom management, and with these five strategies, you can actually use your students' excitement to motivate positive behaviors and learning.Some of these strategies will require a little prep, but some are free and you can use today.Ready? Let's go!Links mentioned in today's episode:Today's blog postBlog post with free Halloween Word Works trial
Today I am talking with teacher and teacher trainer Tati! We talk about how children learn, immersive classroom activities, conversational book reading, and how Tati teaches her students in Brazil. We also talk about how Tati teaches her young learners indoors and outdoors. Very interesting conversation, thank you Tati! Follow Tati on Instagram: @tatiteach Tati's Podcast: Passionate Teachers Podcast ----- Stream Dream English Kids Songs: Spotify Apple Music Free Kids Song Downloads for English Class: https://www.dreamenglish.com/ Dream English Kids Songs Videos My New Book! 10 Steps To Teach English to Young Learners Book on Amazon
Each time Bradley Nelson, DC, is in The Classroom, he blows us away! As the author and co-creator of The Emotion Code™, he believes that “Trapped Emotions” are the single most common kind of imbalance from which people suffer. Many of us suffer losses when it comes to relationships but how do they affect the […] The post Bradley Nelson, DC, Opening Our Heart Wall With The Emotion Code appeared first on LillianMcDermott.com.
He was a professional musician who once toured with some big-name bands like Dixie Chicks, Survivor and Lynyrd Skynyrd. On this episode of the Supercast, we hear about one man's path from the professional music stage to teaching in the classroom. Find out how Brian Anderson's career in rock ‘n roll, led him to the ...continue reading "Episode 109: One Teacher's Path from Professional Musician to Rocking It In the Classroom"
Most high schools go on the occasional field trip, but few take classes on a boat. That's just one of the ways Maritime High School, a new program designed to give 35 ninth graders hands-on experience with marine science, maritime construction, and vessel operations differentiates from the typical high school experience.
Questions from the Classroom - Ep. 34 This week we discuss whether or not Christians can celebrate Halloween. Scripture references in this episode are Colossians 2:16–18 and 1 Corinthians 10:23–31. Additional sources: 1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samhain 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloween . If you have any questions please email us at Questions@generations.email.
Have you ever thought about selling your house and most of your belongings, putting the important stuff in storage, packing up your life into a few small suitcases and traveling the world? For the past 5 years, that is exactly what Michelle Schomp, her husband Jake, and their two young children have been doing. In that time they've covered every continent, more than 50 countries and had more adventures that some will have in a lifetime. The goal of this podcast is to share stories of people doing bold, innovative things, and Michelle's family's story is that. They are an example of how we can break down the social norms around jobs, school and even traveling with children to live a life full of culture, education, adventure and most importantly, quality time with family. About Michelle Michelle is a Wife and Mother of 2 young kiddos and is currently traveling the world with as well as a Entrepreneur - giving her the freedom & flexibility to travel. She is passionate about the health & wellbeing of her family and is always looking for and researching safer products and ways to live a healthy, vibrant life! Connect with Michelle Website https://www.retiredtoddlers.com Instagram https://www.instagram.com/michelleschomp/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/RetiredToddlers
Kindness is more important now than ever, as we are adapting to a new way of living; teaching and learning is even more challenging than it usually is. Schools around the globe are having to adapt to online, hybrid learning or face-to-face learning while dealing with all the uncertainty, fear and devastation that comes with a pandemic. It is crucial that we do our best to nurture a culture of kindness in schools. Listen to this episode to learn some ideas but how to do this in your virtual online, hybrid or face-to-face classroom! Resources mentioned in this episode:
Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! We talk about a new board game and special OnEducation event, Mike's roleplaying adventure, Florida brilliance, and our guest this week is Moviemaking in the Classroom author Jessica Pack. Guest: Jessica Pack Our guest is a California Teacher of the Year, a CUE Outstanding Educator, and an author who has been teaching middle school for 16 years. Her book, Moviemaking in the Classroom, published by ISTE is OUT NOW. BUY THE BOOK!: https://my.iste.org/s/store?_ga=2.114986119.1427511365.1623724701-1008802807.1616287626#/store/browse/detail/a1w1U0000040qisQAA (https://my.iste.org/s/store?_ga=2.114986119.1427511365.1623724701-1008802807.1616287626#/store/browse/detail/a1w1U0000040qisQAA) Jessica on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Packwoman208 (https://twitter.com/Packwoman208) Website: http://www.jessicapack.com/ (http://www.jessicapack.com/) Notes: ASK FOR STICKERS: https://twitter.com/MsThornborrow (https://twitter.com/MsThornborrow) Today's podcast is brought to you by: Participate: The presenting sponsor of OnEducation is Participate. The Sandbox is creating a learning ecosystem where educators can learn in weekly streams, bring ideas into their classrooms, collaborate with other educators and become Sandbox ambassadors. Join the community to learn more at http://go.participate.com/sandbox (go.participate.com/sandbox)
There is an issue that is rarely spoken of in education. It's hard to find a conference that focuses on it, and college courses rarely give it time or attention. That elephant is the topic of classroom management. Although many people will admit this is important, few people take the time to diligently teach educators how to create a learning environment that engages students while instilling within them a sense of excellence so that they can be successful at everything they do. In part 2 of the series, we discuss the mindsets a teacher must have to create an environment for high expectations and how to help your students reach these expectations. Learn more about us at www.teachbigger.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgYouTube: Teach BiggerFacebook: teachbiggerTwitter: @teachbiggerInstagram: teachbigger#iteachbiggerFollow Chris Pratt on Facebook: @chrispratt.the.educator Twitter: @cp_the_educator Instagram: chrispratt_the_educator Follow Tyler Lemmond on Twitter: @DiddlePete Instagram: paradiddlepete Facebook: tyler.lemmond.52 Follow Kris Mosley on Facebook: kristopher.mosley Twitter: @music_lovr10 Instagram: musiclovr_10
Is it time to scrap spelling in the classroom? Is spelling a word correctly at a young age an indication of future success? Should testing be scrapped altogether? Those are some of the questions we tackle in this episode as we learn about how education and the curriculum in island classrooms has changed over the years.
149 OTT: 3 Interesting Ideas for Halloween in Your Primary ClassroomAre you ready for Halloween in your classroom?If you have been opening your emails or listening to OTT, you will know that I have shared some great Halloween literature with you to spook up your classroom on Episode 148: More Halloween Books to Love and way back in Episode 50: 7 Sensational Halloween Books Kids Will Love.I also talked about 3 Tactics to Breath New Life Into Science in October on Episode 147. Links Mentioned in the Show:Episode 50: 7 Sensational Halloween Books Kids Will Love.Episode 148: More Fun Spooky Halloween Book to Use in Your Primary ClassroomEpisode 147: 3 Secret Tactics to Breath New Life Into Science in OctoberHalloween Science (Matter Lapbook and Unit)Halloween Makerspace BundleHalloween Rhyming Bundle
A favorite part of our Classroom Sessions is always the question and answer portion. In today's episode we give some of our Teen Advisor and Velocity students a chance to dig a little deeper into questions asked by Columbus, GA area 6th and 9th graders.
On this episode of Aca-Education, Justin speaks with Wisconsin educator Lee Stovall about his work incorporating audio production into his classroom. Lee talks about how his a cappella beginnings and high level of interest in recording helped springboard the development of a ProTools-focused classroom for his high school students. Looking to incorporate recording in your classroom too? Lee has got you covered! Resources: Milwaukee's Rufus King High School Offers Music Production Class to Students Follow Lee on Instagram --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/acaedpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/acaedpodcast/support
Coco Das (@coco_das) interviews Ana Ramón (@ana_ramon89), Director of Advocacy for the Intercultural Development Research Association (IDRA) about the new legislation that takes aim at anti-racist and truthful teaching of social studies and other subjects for students in Texas. Follow IDRA @IDRAedu and Texas Legislative Education Equity Coalition (TLEEC) at @txtleec. Send your comments about the Refuse Fascism podcast to email@example.com or @SamBGoldman. Or leave a voicemail at 917-426-7582 or on https://anchor.fm/refuse-fascism/message. Connect with the movement at RefuseFascism.org and support: Venmo: @Refuse-Fascism Cashapp: @RefuseFascism paypal.me/refusefascism donate.refusefascism.org Music for this episode: Penny the Snitch by Ikebe Shakedown. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/refuse-fascism/message
Our guest has a long list of experience in both the K-12 Art and ELA classroom. Dr. Michelle Zoss is currently a professor at Georgia State University and teaches teachers. She talks to us about loving the whole student and how to embrace and look forward to the parts of education that bring surprises. We discuss helping our students use art as a form of expression so they can make real world and relevant connections in the ELA classroom. Let's talk about life and learning! Visit us at www.teacherpeprally.com and call our Hotline to leave your motivational and cheerful messages for fellow educators. 678-439-TPR1
Another Friday episode of Charger Chat coming in hot. We start with Coach Staley and his thoughts on the Jon Gruden Situation. Once again coach inspires with his words, but not only us but a lot of other people. A new surge in Charger support is here and we love it. We look at Charger news and get prepared for our matchup against the Baltimore Ravens. We welcome on Brian and Donnie for our Bolt Insight. They took it upon themselves to do a comprehensive breakdown of the different Chargers Jerseys. They give great insight on what would be the best for you. We finish up over in Coach's Classroom. Kyle breaks down what we need to do to slow down Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore run game. Strawberry Battleship See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Music is built just like a house. This episode kicks off our exciting new season and theme. We will be picking apart music to see what elements make up a song. Today's episode will give us an overview of how a song is built from the foundation up just like a house. Stay tuned for more exciting episodes as we build our MUSIC HOUSE! You can see our original song about the Music House here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OyUR34QIFM Check out our YouTube channel: Remember to Share and Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdGhqK_DWpRIKS45ICqN3eQ ***Classroom and Homeschool Teachers*** Find our digital resource to help enhance your classroom HERE! Like us on Facebook! Mr. Fite Check out original fun and educational music from Mr. Fite at https://brucefite.com/music and subscribe to Mr. Fite's YouTube Channel Mr. Henry Are you looking for affordable piano lessons for your 6-10-year-old? Start the music journey with Mr. Henry by taking a sneak peek into the Premier Membership with the free mini-piano course! https://www.mrhenrysmusicworld.com/piano FREE Rock Out Loud Online Music Teaching Platform [Disclosure: The Music Podcast for Kids is an affiliate of Rock Out Loud which means we receive a percentage of sales if a teacher decides to upgrade the service. There is no additional cost to the user. Our link gives access to the app for free as well!]
This episode features candid conversations with education leaders about the push for excellence and equity and what role standards play in providing instruction that is grade-level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful. Side B features a conversation with Bradley Powless of the Onondaga Nation who discusses the importance of identity in education. Episode notes: The following scholars and texts are featured in Episode Seven: Shariff El-Mekki, founder of the Center For Black Educator Development Paul Gorski, Equity Literacy Institute, Avoiding Racial Equity Detours Dr. Kofi Lomotey, author, professor of educational leadership at Western Carolina University Jeremy Garcia and Valerie Shirley, Indigenous scholars and University of Arizona teacher prep experts Dr. Christopher Emdin, associate professor of science education at the Teachers College, Columbia University and author of “For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood And The Rest of Y'all Too,” and “Ratchetdemics.” Dr. Alfred Tatum, professor, literacy specialist, and author of the books “Reading For Their Life: Rebuilding the Textual Lineages of African American Adolescent Males” and “Teaching Black Boys in the Elementary Grades.” Dr. Tiffany King, Georgia State University professor and author of the book, “The Black Shoals: Offshore Formations of Black and Native Studies.” Dr. Tanji Reed Marshall, director of P-12 Practice at The Education Trust Dr. John B. King, CEO of The Education Trust and former Secretary of Education Corey Carter, Baltimore County Public School System Teacher of the Year “Culturally Responsive Teaching and The Brain: Promoting Authentic Engagement and Rigor Among Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students” by Zaretta Hammond “If You Listen, We Will Stay: Why Teachers of Color Leave and How to Disrupt Teacher Turnover” by The Education Trust “Our Stories, Our Struggles, Our Strengths: Perspectives and Reflections From Latino Teachers” by The Education Trust “Common Core State Standards: Structuring and Protecting Equitable Pathways for African American Boys” by Alfred W. Tatum “Culture, Literacy, and Learning: Taking Bloom in the Midst of the Whirlwind” by Carol D. Lee “Ratchetdemic: Reimagining Academic Success” by Chris Emdin “Other People's Children: Cultural Conflict in the Classroom” by Lisa Delpit “The Dreamkeepers: Successful Teachers of African American Children” by Gloria Ladson-Billings “Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, and Practice” by Geneva Gay
We're back with another interview-style episode of the Edumagic Podcast. Today I'm joined by Rebecca Bouchard, an English teacher at a senior high school. In addition to reading and drinking coffee, Rebecca loves traveling to new places. Becca discusses executive functioning skills - what they are and how we can support students in the classroom.Show notes can be found here: https://www.sfecich.com/post/how-to-support-executive-functioning-skills-in-the-classroomIf you are loving this episode, please tag me @SFecich on social media and share! Check out the books EduMagic: A Guide for Preservice Teachers, EduMagic Shine On: A Guide for New Teachers, and get your semester ready with the EduMagic Future Teacher Digital planner. Want to get started with your digital portfolio? Check out this self-paced, digital, mini-course digital portfolio from scratch in one week or less. Find these and more resources for future teachers at www.sfecich.com. Remember you have the #EduMagic in YOU!
Thanks for listening and reading these notes. You are special and you are doing awesome! This week we have Jamie Halsey back to check in and she is telling us all about how she started her first boss battle, how she got a Donor's Choose funded, and so much more. Fabian talks a little bit about what it is like to have a mentee and Scott shares how his decorations are going. Keep listening to hear some interesting ways on how to run your gamified classroom. Click on Leave us a Message! We will make sure to reply to you and will play your message on our show! Give it a try! You can also find the button on our homepage, findingourtribe.net. Please also check out our 9 episode sidepod project "Jedi in the Classroom" which we recorded with @MrsJamieHalsey. Find it in the feed! As always, please join us on Twitter for our growing community. Follow us @findingtribepod for our podcast, and also individually @hofmannEDU (Fabian) and @findingmyaloha (Scott)! Or, if you are old school, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear from you! Rate us! Leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get notifications about new videos we post. This is how we get found and can grow our community.
In the third episode of British Murders Season 4, I tell the story of David and Diane Chenery-Wickens.In January 2008, David reported Diane as missing to the police after the pair travelled by train from West Sussex to London.Diane was a makeup artist and had a meeting at the BBC's headquarters, but she never showed up.It was later revealed that David had in fact made the trip to London alone, having killed his wife 2 days earlier.Diane's body was found 4 months later in a woodland area near the railway where David was a volunteer.David was handed a life sentence in March 2009 with a minimum term to serve of 18 years.Follow British Murders on social media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/britishpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/britishmurdersTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@britishmurdersTwitter: https://twitter.com/britishmurdersYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BritishMurdersPodcastMerchandise available here:https://teespring.com/stores/britishmurdersSupport the show on Patreon for early access to ad-free-episodes:https://www.patreon.com/britishmurdersMake a one-off donation here:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/britishmurders All episodes are available on my website:https://www.spreaker.com/show/british-murdersWould you please send any British murder case suggestions to:email@example.comIntro music:David John Brady - 'Throw Down the Gauntlet'https://linktr.ee/davidjohnbradymusicMy recording equipment:Shure SM7B Vocal Microphone: https://amzn.to/3F1JkkjCloud Microphone Cloudlifter CL1: https://amzn.to/2XZicC8Focusrite Scarlett Solo USB Audio Interface: https://amzn.to/3kKCLL2Rode PSA-1 Professional Studio Boom Arm: https://amzn.to/3zHJOs8Purchase 'The Serial Killer's Book of Haiku' by Rose Bundy here:https://amzn.to/3lYRMbuRecorded in:ZancastrEdited in:AudacityDaVinci ResolveMastered in:AuphonicReferences:Barney, K. (2008, February 1). Missing make-up artist split from her husband. Evening Standard, 5. Retrieved from Newspapers.com.Body confirmed as make-up artist. (2008, May 16). BBC News. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/7405900.stmCheston, P. (2009a, January 20). TV make-up artist “killed for exposing love-cheat husband.” Evening Standard, 23. Retrieved from Newspapers.com.Cheston, P. (2009b, March 2). Life for man who killed make-up artist wife. Evening Standard, 11. Retrieved from Newspapers.com.Duddleswell Tea Rooms. (n.d.). Duddleswell Tea Rooms. Retrieved October 11, 2021, from https://www.duddleswelltearooms.co.uk/Hughes, M. (2008, February 1). Husband held over disappearance of Bafta-nominated make-up artist. The Independent, 13. Retrieved from Newspapers.com.Hughes, M. (2009a, January 21). Spiritualist minister “killed wife who discovered secret sex life.” The Independent, 24. Retrieved from Newspapers.com.Hughes, M. (2009b, March 3). Minister murdered wife who uncovered his affair. The Independent, 12. Retrieved from Newspapers.com.Loomes, N. (2009, March 2). Diane Chenery-Wickens was victim of “control-freak” husband, friend says. The Argus. https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/4167256.diane-chenery-wickens-was-victim-of-control-freak-husband-friend-says/Paige, A. (2017, June 29). How to Become a Spiritualist Minister. Classroom.Synonym. https://classroom.synonym.com/how-to-become-a-spiritualist-minister-12080782.htmlredcard74. (2019, January 1). Crimewatch UK March 2009 [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mp6Z03EMv4wSears, N. (2009a, February 13). I had six lovers, says spiritualist accused of murdering wife. PressReader. https://www.pressreader.com/uk/daily-mail/20090213/281844344531984Sears, N. (2009b, April 28). Wife murderer in a dog collar: The predator who lured women into bed “like Jack Nicholson in the Witches of Eastwick.” Mail Online. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1158533/Wife-murderer-dog-collar-The-predator-lured-women-bed-like-Jack-Nicholson-Witches-Eastwick.htmlTopping, A. (2009a, March 2). What made the philandering minister kill his trusting wife? The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2009/mar/02/murder-chenery-wickens-wifeTopping, A. (2009b, March 3). Spiritualist jailed for life for killing wife who discovered affairs and calls to gay chatlines. The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2009/mar/03/david-chenery-wickens-spiritualist-murder
Greg and Shelly get things going in D&D news with the exciting new announcement of Critical Role: Call of the Neverdeep! Find the link below and you pre order your copy now! Is there anything you wish you could hear on Dragon Talk that you're missing? Any guests you'd love to hear from? Now's the time to make your voice heard! We've got a Dragon Talk survey that will be running for four weeks and we'd love for you to tell us what you think! Please find the link below and make your voice heard. In How to DM, Shelly is joined by educator and life long fan of RPG's, Timm Woods to discuss D&D in the classroom. Our special interview this week is with one of the masterminds behind Fizban's Treasury of Dragons, D&D Senior Game Designer James Wyatt! For general inquiries or show messages, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Dragon Talk is executively produced by Greg Tito, Shelly Mazzanoble & Wizards of The Coast. Show production by Lisa Carr & Ryan Marth of Siren Sound. Podcast recording, editing, mixing and mastering by Ryan Marth & Siren Sound.Here's your guide to when each segment begins: D&D news with Greg Tito and Shelly Mazzanoble - 0:00 How To DM - 7:55 Interview - 39:23 Outro - 1:32:52 Greg Tito Twitter - twitter.com/gregtitoShelly Mazzanoble Twitter - twitter.com/shellymooDragon Talk Survey - https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6459778/Dragon-Talk-SurveyCritical Role: Call of the Neverdeep - https://gtly.to/YWEU_LWi7Latest D&D Products - https://gtly.to/SVs8W_2f8Watch Dragon Talk on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfS8QgUdeGYo-bl5Qm7Vtziape6uLNWyTFizban's Treasury Of Dragons - https://dnd.wizards.com/products/treasury-dragonsDomains of Delight PDF - https://www.dmsguild.com/product/371449/Domains-of-Delight-5eD&D Extra Life 2021 - https://dnd.wizards.com/extralifeThe Wild Beyond The Witchlight - https://gtly.to/S3nc7l9xkStrixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos - https://gtly.to/Hl2IDym2LD&D Newsletter - dnd.wizards.com/newsletterDragon + - https://dnd.wizards.com/content/dragonD&D Official Discord - https://discord.com/invite/dndD&D Virtual Play Weekends - https://dnd.wizards.com/virtual_play_weekendsTimm Woods Twitter - twitter.com/timmwoodsJames Wyatt Twitter - twitter.com/aquelajamesDragon Talk Show Page - https://dnd.wizards.com/dragon-talk/podcast-hubSiren Sound - www.sirensound.co
Sandhya Seshadri has invested as a Limited Partner, Key Principal, or General Partner in over 3000 doors totaling $200M in assets throughout the United States. She has been a leader in the equities markets for over 20 years and had moved into commercial real estate due to the tax advantages and the ability to uniquely “force appreciate” each asset. Her mission is to help other people capitalize on all of the benefits of REI. [00:01 - 04:01] Active and Passive Multifamily SyndicatorLet's get to know Sandhya SeshadriSandhya shares how she found her way to multifamily syndication“My engineering salary was not going to get me to my goals.”[04:02 - 22:38] Learning Best through ExperienceInfluenced & inspired through a webinarAnyone can do it! Sandhya talks about mentorship and the investing realityAsset management learned through experienceKnowing and making communities and giving backSandhya shares how she made her life in the US tailor-fit for herGetting out of her W2 job and her REI life“Does it work for you?”Why REI is not a number goal[22:39 - 28:47] THE FINAL FOURWhat's the worst job that you ever had?Classroom camera operatorWhat's a book you've read that has given you a paradigm shift?Best Ever Apartment Syndication BookPassive Investing In Commercial Real EstateWhat is a skill or talent that you would like to learn?Mastering social mediaWhat does success mean to you?“Freedom!”Putting actions behind your wordsConnect with Sandhya. Links available belowTweetable Quotes:“Follow someone who has done what you want to be doing and that will help you get there faster with fewer mistakes.” - Sandhya Seshadri“You can't be distracted with what's going around the world.” - Sandhya SeshadriConnect with Sandhya through email, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn or visit their website LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW by clicking this link. WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE?Be sure to follow me on the below platforms:Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Stitcher.LinkedInYoutubeExclusive Facebook Groupwww.yonahweiss.comNone of this could be possible without the awesome team at Buzzsprout. They make it easy to get your show listed on every major podcast platform.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/weissadvice)
• Your specialty is comedy. Yes. You love comedy, I love comedy, but as I was saying before the fore show. I love comedy, but I can't give comedy because there are special people who can do it, and I feel this within my core and that... You're one of those special people and you bring it into the FCS community. And it is amazing. All of things I appreciate that. I just love it. Comedy breaks the ice with anything, any situation, whatever embraces joy because everybody can laugh and should. So I utilize that comedy in the classroom as much as possible, it keeps my kids go and it keeps me going. (5:41)• I like how you said you showed the video because that's something that we talked about in that webinar, where some of the teachers that were present in the webinar, they had said, what if you're just not funny, that's just not something that your gift at then how do you put humor in the classroom... What he said was ingenious, and he said that literally, you use someone else's... Show a YouTube video, or you find something that's funny and then just share it with the kids, you're still incorporating humor, it doesn't have necessarily be your humor, you don't have to be this hilarious person, if you can incorporate it, then that makes it all the better. (8:01)• I literally have this PD called greys teaching anatomy that I do... Yeah, I do something with that. So hilarious, because everybody's all about the whole greys anatomy thing. That's why I use the name because it's something that people would be like, Wait, what? And so what I do is I talk about how, alright, none of us, you know how to do it, right, it is what it is, we all have our good things that we can bring to the table. We all have our little expertise area. So teaching isn't about black and white, it is not black and white in any circumstance, who doesn't right... Who does it wrong? Who does it better? Who does it worse? No, it's not black and white. It is all grey, and that's mixing it all together... Everybody's black and white, if I am the grey, it works best for you and your students. So in that session, we talk about finding your grey. (9:13)• Tell me a little bit about your comedy, What is your comedy style? Because as I said, we... We need to get you out there. Well, I do stand-up comedy and encouragement, so it's clean comedy, a clean comedy set, and then followed up with encouragement. So that's my style, it's like comedy with a message. I literally just find hilarious things in my life and that people are like, Oh my gosh, yes. So I try to make it as relatable as possible as well, because it just makes people be able to connect... (11:53)• You also host your own podcast, which you shared with me prior to recording. Well, my podcast is called 'Leslie said What?' Yes, Leslie said What! And so I'm one of those people, I don't think... Not saying I don't have a filter is the word, but I just basically rip off the band-aid, and just talking about topics and just say what it is, and then most of the time people were like Leslie, she said that? Yep, she did. So 'Leslie said what?', what was just the perfect name for it, because I wanna help people to understand and embrace things, whether it's in the Christian realm and the encouragement realm, whatever anybody needs help with or whatever, instead of just talking around the bush... Let's just hit it head on and say what it is. (18:56)CONNECT WITH BARBARA:• FCS Podcast: https://fcspodcast.com• FCS Tips: https://www.fcstips.com• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ConnectFCSed• Twitter: https://twitter.com/ConnectFCSed• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/connectfcsed• Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/connectfcsedCONNECT WITH LESLIE ROB:Email: email@example.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lesliecrobInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/leslierobcomedy/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH72fq_toSBDYb_u59I3OBQ?app=desktopWHEN DOES IT AIR…OCTOBER 13th, 2021
Is it appropriate – even a good thing in this time of intense political division -- for social studies teachers to bring politics, current events, and highly controversial issues into the classroom? Diana Hess is a former social studies teacher, now Dean of the College of Education at the University of Wisconsin, and a nationally recognized expert on civic education. Drawing upon extensive research on classroom practices, she argues that in a democratic society these topics must be part of the curriculum and that teachers can (and most often do) discuss them without being partisan.
What a game against Cleveland, it was a heavyweight fight and we were standing over the Browns at the end. Wooldog shares his experience at the game. We look at news and notes about our epic win on Sunday. Coach's Classroom takes a look at all the 4th down conversions and their importance to the momentum of the game. We welcome on Michael Perez for our Fan Focus. He has a very unique piece of Chargers memorabilia. The Craig Experience goes over the game and gives praises and areas to improve. We get a bunch of insanely fun Ask Boltfam question's this week. We wrap this up with our Bolt Predictions for our upcoming game against the Baltimore Ravens. Brandon's Brass Ball Bag See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
2016 was the last time we had Helen Saul Case in the show/Classroom. Helen is the author of Vitamins & Pregnancy, the real story and a mother. She is the daughter of bestselling author and orthomolecular scientist, Andrew Saul, PhD, of Food Matters, I am grateful that “fruit does not fall far from the tree!” Since […] The post Helen Saul Case, Raising Healthy Children, Naturally appeared first on LillianMcDermott.com.
Who else has felt complete brain fog when lesson planning? If this sounds familiar, it's no surprise! Teachers make tons of decisions throughout the day, so when you sit down to make even more decisions with your lesson plans, it can feel like a challenge. The goal of this episode is to create some space for you to freely brainstorm your lesson plans for this fall, and I've got a quick trick to help you do that! Step 1. Pick a theme Step 2. Name the skills Step 3. Combine the theme and skills for engaging, meaningful learning activities. Make sure to listen to the episode for pumpkin themed examples for your lower elementary classroom! Did you find this helpful or are you planning on using some of these ideas? Screenshot this episode and share to your Instagram stories! Make sure to tag me so I can see! @teachinglittleleaders Fall Activities: October Counting Mats November Counting Mats
Dr. P, our millennial historian, is back to talk about how different it is to teach at a university rather than high school. He also explains the term LatinX and how he is inspiring a new generation to appreciate Chicano ideals. Dr. P's first appearance on the podcast from season 1: The History of the Open Border Between USA and Mexico with Dr. P Dr. P's website: Nomadic Border Trailer for Dr. P's YouTube: Sasabe, Arizona: The Phantom Border Some items we discussed: The Hispanic Republican: The Shaping of an American Political Identity from Nixon to Trump Joe's most recent episode: History in the Classroom and the Generations Find GenX Voice on all the platforms by visiting the website GenX Voice or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions from the Classroom - Ep. 33 This week Rob and Jeff talk about foot-washing in the Old and New Testaments. The main passage is John 13:1-17, but they also talk about 1 Samuel 25:40-41, Matthew 20:24-28, and Philippians 2:5–8. If you have any questions please email us at Questions@generations.email.
I gathered 10 useful sentences used in a Thai class for you here. Let's learn each of the sentences with a full explanation. To see both Thai and English Transcripts, click here to read my blog post. Want to take Thai lessons with me - easy and fun?
For over 2,000 years, followers of Jesus have been gathering together as what we call the church. But what’s it all about? Why do we exist? How do we become a people that bring glory to God and good to the community in which we live? In this series we'll be looking at how to become a people who live in the way of Jesus with the heart of Jesus. This is what we’re about. This is where we belong. This is what we’re called to be... This Is Us.
Why do Buddhists talk about learning to “stay” with our discomfort? Why did Jesus ask his followers to get uncomfortable with the dominant culture of the time and to live into the discomfort of really meeting our neighbor? What makes discomfort an important aspect of spiritual growth and deepening? This Sunday we explore our relationship with discomfort and what it can teach us.
Elementary school teachers who already work in schools with no gifted and talented programs, talk about the challenges and rewards of having a classroom with diverse abilities. Elementary school teachers: how do you feel about the phase out of the Gifted and Talented program? And for those who already teach in non G&T schools, how do you deal with a classroom with diverse abilities? 646-435-7280 — The Brian Lehrer Show and A Daily Politics Podcast (@BrianLehrer) October 11, 2021
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Professor Tim Donohue from University of Wisconsin-Madison joins us to discuss Bioenergy. Donohue explains the importance of thinking about bioenergy-based research solutions and emphasizes that biofuels are not a new concept. Donohue explains various products that come from a barrel of oil, and making fuels and chemicals from dedicated non-food energy crops.
Now that you've taught your students about the Crosscutting Concepts, it's time to use them in your classroom. The more often that students make connections to the CCCs, the more valuable that they become. In this episode, Erin provides you with 5 easy-to-implement Crosscutting Concept examples to use in your classroom. Click here to see the full episode recap. Also, before listening to this episode, make sure that you have heard episode 98: How to Teach the Crosscutting ConceptsMore Resources: FREE Download - 55 Ready-to-Use Crosscutting Concept QuestionsBuy Erin's Crosscutting Concept Reference Sheets and Graphic OrganizersTeaching Science in 3D on Instagram & FacebookSubmit a QuestionExplore phenomenon-based, discovery-centered learning with iExploreScience.Get on the waitlist for the Spark Subscription.
148: OTT: How to Use More Spooky Fun Halloween Books in Your Makerspace Primary ClassroomLast week's episode shared 3 secret tactics for breathing new life into your science block. This really sparked my interest in fun Halloween stories that inspire science, STEM, and Makerspace. So today I want to share some more fun books to use for the month of October.Come take a listen as I share three more fun titles. Links Mentioned in the Show:
On episode 105, we welcome back Licensed Professional Counselor Emily-Kircher Morris to discuss teaching twice exceptional (2e) children, the neurodiversity movement and its contribution to helping us accept the neurological differences in one another, Alen's early struggles with anxiety and how they affected his schoolwork, how specific disabilities (such as Autism, ADHD, Anxiety, and Depressive Disorders) caused teachers and caregivers to overlook children's exceptional cognitive abilities, Bill de Blasio's decision to end gifted and talented programs in NYC public schools, why equality of opportunity is better for our communities than equality of outcome, the ways in which gifted programs can be improved and expanded to include more Black and Latino students, clinical counseling for 2e children and adults, and why pretending that some children aren't intellectually gifted can harm all of them. Emily Kircher-Morris, LPC has dual Masters degrees in Counseling and Education. She specializes in working with gifted/high-potential and 2e students, including those with ADD/ADHD, Asperger's/High-Functioning Autism, and anxiety. Emily frequently works with clients on emotional intensity, underachievement, depression, perfectionism, social skills, and bullying. She is the founder/president of the Gifted Support Network, a local nonprofit and host of the Neurodiversity Podcast which can be found on www.neurodiversitypodcast.com. Her newest book is called Teaching Twice-Exceptional Learners in Today's Classroom. Emily Kircher-Morris | ► Website 1 | http://www.emilykirchermorris.com/ ► Website 2 | https://neurodiversitypodcast.com/ ► Twitter 1 | https://twitter.com/EmilyKM_LPC ► Twitter 2 | https://twitter.com/NeurodiversePod ► Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/EmilyKircherMorrisLPC ► Instagram 1 | https://www.instagram.com/emilykm_lpc ► Instagram 2 | https://www.instagram.com/theneurodiversitypodcast ► Teaching Twice-Exceptional Learners in Today's Classroom | amzn.to/30U0qOe Where you can find us: | Seize The Moment Podcast | ► Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/SeizeTheMoment ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/seize_podcast ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/seizethemoment
In this episode, educators Kristin and Joe Merrill join to discuss their strategies for designing an interactive classroom for their students. You'll also hear how they incorporate their favorite Microsoft Education tools to create an interactive and supportive learning environment for all learners. Show notes: https://classtechtips.com/2021/10/10/interactive-classroom-bonus/ Sponsored by Microsoft Education: https://aka.ms/ReadingProgressPP Check out The Merrills webiste: https://www.themerrillsedu.com/ Follow The Merrills on Instagram: https://instagram.com/themerrillsedu Follow Monica on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/classtechtips/
In the second of a two part series, we learn how science and adaptation planning work to help the Coskata-Coatue Haulover Wildlife Refuge on Nantucket Island adapt to climate change. The podcast is joined by The Trustees of Reservations, a coastal conservation group in Massachusetts, and the Nantucket Conservation Foundation to learn how they are managing the refuge for future climate impacts. Experts discuss: the ecology of the refuge; collaborating with local community members on adaptation planning; evolving their conservation strategies to integrate adaptation and why they are hopeful for the future of the refuge. Don't forget to listen to the first episode in the series! Guests in this episode: Karen Beattie: Director of Science and Stewardship at the Nantucket Conservation Foundation Shea Fee: Southeast Coastal Ecologist for the Trustees of Reservations. Cecil Barron Jensen: Executive Director of ReMain Nantucket and the primary sponsor of the Envision Resilience Nantucket Jennifer Karberg: Research and Program Supervisor at the Nantucket Conservation Foundation Cormac Collier, President of the Nantucket Conservation Foundation Tom O'Shea, Director of Coast and Natural Resources, The Trustees of Reservations. This episode was funded by The Trustees of Reservations and the Nantucket Conservation Foundation through an anonymous donor. Subscribe to the America Adapts Newsletter! Donate to America Adapts Listen to America Adapts on your favorite app here! Doug Parsons and Speaking Opportunities: If you are interested in having Doug speak at corporate and conference events, sharing his unique, expert perspective on adaptation in an entertaining and informative way, more information can be found here! Now on Spotify! List of Previous Guests on America Adapts Subscribe/listen to podcast on Apple Podcasts. 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UCLA education professor Mike Rose tells some of the lessons he gained from an unusual tour of public schools around the United States. At a time when public education is financially stretched thin and frequently criticized for shortcomings, Rose set out to find examples of caring teachers and engaged students—what he called an “anthology of […]
Five months after the high-stakes local election in Southlake, the city is gearing up for yet another contentious vote. One of the school board members who supported the diversity plan, retired Air Force Col. Dave Almand, is stepping down, and the battle over diversity programs is at the center of the fight to replace him. But he's far from the only leader to leave a role in public schools this year following attacks from parents opposed to what they see as the quiet creep critical race theory. For this special bonus episode, we sit down with a panel of four educators from across the country who've come under fire, including James Whitfield, the first Black principal at a high school a town over from Southlake, whose school board has begun a formal process that could lead to his termination. The educators discuss how the anti-CRT movement is driving them out of their careers—and away from their students.