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Rant World
The Broken Education System

Rant World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 12:11


What they don't want you to know
Children of the Corn

What they don't want you to know

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 41:14


The state of the education system today is bleak. We are ranked 27th in the world. But worse than that, our children are wild. Teachers no longer want to teach because education is in chaos. Today's children behavior is worse than it's ever been. They are manner less, immoral, dishonest, irreverent, disrespectful, defiant, and simply rude. And that is the better half of them. A report from a teacher researching the common core and the education system for ten years. Taking data at the heart of the country, one of the nation's most conservative states. The outcome: these are children of the corn.

Lessons Outside the Classroom Podcast
#13. The Education system, SEN and Children's mental health

Lessons Outside the Classroom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 30:22


Today I'm speaking to Dr Hayley J Smith. She is a clinical psychologist and a mother of two. We have a thought provoking conversation about the school system, the increase in children's mental health difficulties caused by their experiences in schools and the problems with a school system that is so focused on targets and assessment to the detriment of those children with individual needs or children with SEN.

Problem with Authority Podcast
24: Problem with Florida's Early Childhood Education System

Problem with Authority Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 73:15


Join me and my amazing friend, Andrea Terres, as we discuss the problem with Florida's Early Childhood Education System. Andrea used to be a preschool teacher in the state of Florida, has worked on early childhood social-emotional curriculum and media, is currently a community program coordinator in Tampa, Florida, and is the owner of Americana Creative Agency. At Americana Creative Agency Andrea provides creative services to small businesses that need a boost in the digital world. You can find her at www.americanacreativeagency.com. In this episode, we talk about Andrea's lived experience on the front lines as a preschool teacher and the systematic issues and barriers that employees and families face while trying to navigate early childhood education. A huge component of how we can create change is to remain culturally responsive and safe (terms used by Shayla S. Dube RCSW, MSW Mental Health Consultant @langadecolonialhealing), listen directly to teachers and families about the needs and accessibility of services instead of directors, universities, or non-profits, and lastly, show appreciation to your preschool teachers (i.e. PAY THEM LIVEABLE WAGES!!!). --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/problemwithauthoritypod/support

This is Lurie Daniel Favors
Cecelia Lewis and Nicole Carr on Addressing The Gaps

This is Lurie Daniel Favors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 51:23


First Administrator of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives, Cecelia Lewis, and Reporter, Nicole Carr, talk improving the education system for children whose needs have not been met by engaging in the students and families to take them where they need to go.Follow Lurie Daniel Favors @LurieFavors on Twitter and listen to her live M-F, 10 a.m.-noon ET on SiriusXM, Ch. 126.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Against The Odds
#59 - Fixing the education system for good - Sarah Edwards(Copper+Cloves)

Against The Odds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 64:24


In Episode #59 of Against The Odds, Sarah Edwards(Copper+Cloves) and I talk about why the education system is broken and how we can go about fixing the education system for good! We also talk about why it's super important to experiment with things in life to discover where your interests lie and also why people need to focus more on good nutrition and eating the right way. Leave a rating and review if you like what you're hearing! Our Audio Partner(Sennheiser): https://shop.sennheiserindia.com/ You can find all the equipment I use here(Affiliate Links): https://kit.co/akashdamodaran/shooting-recording-equipment Connect with me: Website: https://www.akashdamodaran.com All Podcast links: https://www.akashdamodaran.com/podcast Instagram: https://bit.ly/AkashDamodaran-Instagram Video Podcast Playlist on YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQoA3JiiMKpBN3nC8l1Ihyk7hZUUTSgM1

Army Management Staff College (AMSC) Podcast
Episode 46 - The Civilian Education System and Total Army Readiness

Army Management Staff College (AMSC) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 39:45


AMSC's Mr. David Howey meets with Dr. David Culkin, AMSC Director of Innovation and Strategy, to discuss the importance of Army Civilians in overall Army readiness, efforts in place to address a shortfall of supervisors attending their grade-specific Civilian Education System courses, and ways in which senior leaders and other stakeholders can prioritize civilian leadership development. Dr. Culkin published an Army.mil article in May 2022 titled “The Civilian Education System and Total Army Readiness.” Read the article here: https://www.army.mil/article/256818/the_civilian_education_system_and_total_army_readiness For questions, suggestions, or feedback, write us at usarmy.leavenworth.tradoc.mbx.armyu-amsc-podcast@army.mil To learn more about the Army Management Staff College, visit our website at https://armyuniversity.edu/amsc/amsc No DoD or U.S. ARMY ENDORSEMENT IMPLIED. Any references to commercially available products or works are used for research and educational purposes only. Mention of any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the US Army, Department of Defense, or the United States Government. The views and opinions of the authors expressed herein do not state or reflect those of the United States Government and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes. The mention of companies by name is solely for the purpose of representing educational framework and should not be implied as endorsement. Music: "Army Strong" composed by Mark Isham, arranged by Hector Munoz.

The Ayyachami Podcast
S2E12: Failing Education System

The Ayyachami Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 10:59


This week we talk about the education system in India that's failing. Students don't know what actual education is, all they want is to stand out from everyone else in any way they seem fit. How to change this attitude. Write to me at theayyachamipodcast@gmail.com.

Pod Bless America
E50 - How the School Governing Board Affects Education with Ideologies and Politics with Steve Hayes

Pod Bless America

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 77:09


In any system, the governing body plays a pivotal role in its success or failure. The role of the school governing board is no different. Their decisions will impact the quality of schools, the community's safety, the town's or city's infrastructure, and more. With so many challenges facing the American education system today, how can the board of governors significantly impact students' education and future?In this episode, Jim and Dan talk about the education system in America over a bottle of Wheat Penny Bourbon Whiskey. Also in the show is Steve Hayes. Steve is running for Casa Grande Union High School District #82 Governing Board, and he talks about why he is running for school governance and other concerns regarding the school's political and education system.Enjoy!In This Episode07:51 - Backstory of today's guest, Steve Hayes11:51 - How some teachers instill their students with ideologies23:12 - The reason Steve is running for school governance.29:01 - A whistleblower's statement about Casa Grande Union High School38:46 - How Casa Grande Union High School's ROTC program is doing41:56 - Why are many schools are laying off teachers54:43 - How do people want their representatives to represent them57:58 - Statement by Steve Hayes for Casa Grande Union High School District #821:03:46 - What makes local politicians so important1:05:39 - Listeners' feedback on previous episodesFavorite Quotes53:18 - "We're talking about Casa Grande right now. But what this is about is Steve Hayes is not a politician. Steve Hayes is a parent who says, 'look, this is wrong, man. I'm going to take care of it. I'm going to go in here, and I'm going to fix this.' And that's what we need from people all over this country." - Jim Larkin54:24 - "The establishment, if that's what you want to call it, the elites, I think that scares, whether it's here locally or elsewhere in the country, people just finally stepping up saying, enough is enough."- Steve Hayes55:18 - "People want somebody who's going to light their fire. They want somebody who is on board with them, who understands them, who understands the problems they have with these school boards, and who is going to go and fight for them and not be a mouthpiece for the superintendent." - Jim Larkin58:30 - "I've never run for office before. I've never really gotten involved with anything like this before. But it just got to the point where I couldn't sit around and be a spectator anymore. I couldn't sit on the sideline and watch or expect someone else to do it. Because then, all I found myself doing was a lot of complaining, but nothing was changing. And so, I decided, enough is enough." - Steve Hayes1:04:12 - "Your local politicians have the biggest impact on your life. The pyramid that you see is upside down." - Jim Larkin Follow the Pod Bless America Podcast on GETTRSubscribe to Freedom Square to know moreEngage with Pod Bless America PodcastEmail: jim@pbapodcast.comEmail: dan@pbapodcast.comFacebookListen to more episodes of the Pod Bless America PodcastApple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts 

Flyover Conservatives
The Resistance Chicks | Broken Education System, Transgender Agenda, Fighting Back God's Way

Flyover Conservatives

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 52:28


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MSK Telugu Podcast
#101 The Sad Reality Of The Indian Education System | MSK Telugu Podcast

MSK Telugu Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 6:29


పుస్తకంలో వ్రాసినట్లుగా, మీరు దానిని కాగితంపై వ్రాయగలిగితే వారికి కావలసినది అంతే | MSK Telugu Podcast For more latest episodes - www.youtube.com/channel/UCi0DhRWcF0c1dH6WlvQ9khg?view_as=subscriber Reach out to me on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/tuneintoteja/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/phani-tej/support

Srijan Foundation Talks
NEP 2020: Good or bad? Will it change India's education system? | Arihant Pawariya SrijanTalks

Srijan Foundation Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 118:17


NEP 2020: Good or bad? Will it change India's education system? | Arihant Pawariya SrijanTalks

Srijan Foundation Talks
Transforming Indian Education System | Dr. Subhas Sarkar | #SangamTalks SrijanTalks

Srijan Foundation Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 32:19


Transforming Indian Education System | Dr. Subhas Sarkar | #SangamTalks SrijanTalks

You Learn You Turn
Katie Niemczyk on Teacher Burnout Part One

You Learn You Turn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 40:23


Katie Niemczyk wanted to be a teacher. In fact, she hoped for a long career teaching in marginalized communities where she hoped to make a difference. The first part of her career was great but she quickly began to see that the education system was flawed and needed an overhaul. She continued to ask for help, hoping to make incremental changes where she could but when Covid hit, she made the choice to leave teaching to take care of her own mental health as well as the physical health of her two small children. Katie wants people to recognize that teachers have real lives outside of the classroom and the compensation does not equal the emotional demands required for teaching. Hopefully, this is the beginning of a paradigm shift in the education system where we wake up and realize that the most important pieces of the system, our teachers, have reached the breaking point.

The Sister Buzz
23. The Education System: No Child Left Behind w/ our Nanny

The Sister Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 67:25


Welcome to another episode of the Sister Buzz! Today, our one-of-a-kind Nanny comes on to talk about subjects that affect teachers, their careers, their environment, and their administration. We dive into how she sees the future of classrooms and what she thinks could be improved in the education system. Enjoy! XO, The SistersJoin our weekly conversations every Thursday!Connect with us on @thesisterbuzz Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/thesisterbuzz/To our lovely audience, please remember to leave us a review and tune in next week for a brand new episode!

They Don't Teach This in Law School
Business Lessons from a Corrupt Education System! (Also, Wealthy People Love a Deal, Too)

They Don't Teach This in Law School

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 45:39


Law school DEFINITELY doesn't teach you how to use your personality in marketing, so we kick off with a discussion on being YOU in your advertising. Plus, the college system is extremely costly and broken... but it sure has business lessons for you! All that, plus...How do you provide a world-class client experience?CostCo's surprisingly upscale buying optionsHow to use the "get a great deal" mentality while being the most expensive lawyer in townAll that and more on this week's episode!More ideas and information at GreatLegalMarketing.comFollow Charley on Instagram and connect with him on LinkedIn

First Light with Rachel Smalley
Rachel Smalley: Is it time to re-evaluate the education system?

First Light with Rachel Smalley

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 3:37


"Christopher Luxon says this is on his radar. Education is on his hit list. It should be. National started this mess, and Labour has done nothing to improve it." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Info By Matt Cole
How the Education System is Failing our Children: Student Requirments

Info By Matt Cole

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 16:13


I am currently reviewing the Education System. This series is "How the Education System has Failed our Children." In this episode I do a deep dive involving student requirements and history of the standard public eduacation system. Be sure to subscribe to this Podcast! Website: [https://infobymattcole.com](https://infobymattcole.com/) --  Free Resources --              InfobyMattCole/Resources              Auto Subscribe to my YouTube Channel! Free Newsletter: Sign me up              Info By Matt Cole Social Platforms! I have also aligned myself with KC Tutoring. A fantastic tutoring service in the Arkansas/Oklahoma area. #KCTutoring -- Pst. I run on coffee. Just saying. Buy me coffee You can also find resources and Merch, here. to help me in my endeavors. -- You can always find my stuff by searching the net with the hashtag:  #InfoByMattCole --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infobymattcole/support

Unapologetically Outspoken
CONSTITUTION DAY: IS THE CONSTITUTION BEING TAUGHT IN SCHOOL?

Unapologetically Outspoken

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 22:51


What is Constitution Day, and are schools still teaching the history of the U.S. Constitution? Tara gives insights on this important federal holiday and the critical need to recognize the fundamental principles of our Constitution. Stephanie gives her perspective as a mom with a daughter in school.

To the Edge and Beyond
A Human-Centered Approach to Learning and the Integration into the Education System

To the Edge and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 30:01


A human-centered education approach puts neurodiversity and people's ability to learn differently at the forefront. Our current system is results driven. Human-centered learning evolves learning milestones naturally. “It's not that the conventional approach is wrong. It's that the world has changed. And we need education to do something really different. It's not clear that we can tinker with the factory model enough to have it do what we need,” said Hansen. Technology is intertwined with our current education system. “Technology has always played a role in the education system,” said Rodriguez.Technology, after all, is a tool. “Technology is an extension of human ingenuity. What humans can do – tech accelerates that,” said Rodriguez. Integrating technology into human-centered learning means getting creative about how, where, and when technology is used. Schools have started to implement learning-focused apps that personalize the journey for students. This approach is limiting. “They're trying to personalize within a system that is still very standardized and regimented in what kids need to do, what order they need to do it, how quickly they need to do it,” said Hansen.“A human-centered approach really says that the purpose of education is to help each individual maximize and realize their potential,” said Hansen. It shapes around each individual. It considers the science of how and when deep learning happens. Human-centered learning honors the nuance, diversity, and complexity of human capability. While those qualities sit at the center, the tools and tech allow a person to shape their interests and passions into what the world needs. “Technology is there to meet the needs, the community, and the students where they're at,” said Rodriguez.In the future of education, technology could be used to expose students to new and challenging environments. Virtual reality could introduce students to possible shadowing experiences that wouldn't otherwise be possible. The technology could capture and credit learning experiences outside the traditional classroom setting.To learn more about the human-centered learning approach connect with Eric Rodriguez and Ulcca Joshi Hansen on LinkedIn.Subscribe to this channel on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts to hear more from the Intel Network and Edge Solutions Group.

For Folks' Sake
Ep. 35 | Tolerating Misogyny and the Declining American Education System with Natalie Katona

For Folks' Sake

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 64:17


Welcome back to For Folks' Sake! This week I am joined by a friend of the podcast, Natalie Katona. Natalie is the host of All The Men I've Tolerated Before, a podcast all about living a man's world. This episode ranges from a love of crystal to clingy ex-boyfriends to her experiences in the education system. Wondering what it's like to have a podcast about your exes and the struggle of misogyny? Natalie walks us down her experiences with feedback from her ex-boyfriends and what her journey into podcasting has been like so far. For Folks' Sake is so appreciative of Natalie and her time. Can't wait to have her back! Natalie's IG: @menivetoleratedpod For Folks' Sake IG: @forfolkssakepodcast

F.L.I.G.H.T.
Education System (School to Prison Pipeline)/ Teacher Shortage

F.L.I.G.H.T.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 37:23


Today we will deep dive into the American Education System as well as the American Teacher Shortage. We will talk about the affects the system has on us from a long-term perspective. Viewing similarities of control and likeness to the prison system, strict curriculums, and limited resources. We will talk about the decline in educators over the last two decades and the lack of funding in today's society. The goal is to shed light on a huge impactful topic and talk ways to make a difference. Are you FLIGHT'n? (Fight Like It's Gonna Happen Today) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/meseemee/support

UBC News World
How the Progressive Left Has Taken Over the American Education System

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 2:21


This is a summary of Pete Hegseth's book “Battle for the American Mind: Uprooting a Century of Miseducation” on how the Progressives Have Silently Taken over the American Education System and Nobody Seems to Care!

Project ETO
Yale Racial Bias Experiment Shows How Systemic Racism Ruins the Education System

Project ETO

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 10:43


Hey Identifier, Updated Oct. 7 Implicit bias — unintentionally treating someone differently because of their race or another characteristic — appears to exist among police officers, doctors, job interviewers, K–12 teachers and many others. All of us are subject to the phenomenon. So it stands to reason that preschool teachers treat black students differently than white students, particularly in light of the well-documented disproportionate rates of discipline imposed on black children. Indeed, a recent Yale study, released as a research brief — and a slew of news stories that followed in its wake — seemed to confirm as much was happening to kids at the tender age of 4. “Bias Isn't Just a Police Problem, It's a Preschool Problem,” declared NPR. “Yes, Preschool Teachers Really Do Treat Black and White Children Totally Differently,” The Huffington Post said. In fact, the study found that preschool teachers were just as likely to recommend suspending or expelling a black student as a white one — a fact buried or omitted altogether in news coverage. The findings of the research present mixed evidence that implicit teacher bias explains disproportionate rates of exclusionary disciplinary measures. That doesn't mean such bias doesn't exist, but it does call for a more nuanced reading of the Yale research. Perceptions changed when teachers learned more The paper — the full version of which has not been publicly released yet — uses a sample of both white and black preschool teachers, who are first shown a video of two black children and two white children, one boy and one girl of each race. The researchers told the teachers watching to be on the lookout for misbehavior — even though there was none in the clip. Using eye-tracking technology, the researchers examined which students the teachers were more likely to watch. They found that the teachers, particularly black teachers, paid more attention to the two black students, and were especially more likely to watch the black boy. The differences weren't huge but were noticeable and statistically significant. Leave us a Voice Mail or Support https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/message https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/support Sub to the channel here https://www.twitch.tv/theidentitybooth Donate https://streamlabs.com/projecteto/tip The Goal: Try to Identify with you as you try to identify with me. Find Heero here: https://linktr.ee/the_identity_Booth outro Hey Baby (Produced By Melv) Take Care --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-identity-booth/support

Late 4 Lunch
Education System

Late 4 Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 37:19


Back again for the next episode of our newly formatted Season 3. Listen now for your new favorite segments and a loved classic on today's episode!

The Great Teacher Resignation
Your Teacher Brain in EdTech Start-Ups

The Great Teacher Resignation

Play Episode Play 18 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 17:15 Transcription Available


This week Ali and JoDee sit down with Sage Salvo, the founder and CEO at Words Liive and a tech policy fellow at the Aspen Institute. Together, they will discuss what Words Liive is, how educators can fit into the ed tech space, and the unique skill set that benefits educators in positions outside of the classroom.  Connect with Sage:Instagram: https://instagram.com/sagesalvo  https://www.instagram.com/wordsliive/Connect with Ali and JoDee:Instagram: https://instagram.com/tgtrpodcast/

The EdUp Experience
503: How to Solve Teacher Shortages - with Dr. Mallory Dwinal-Palisch, Chancellor of Reach University, & CEO of Craft Education System

The EdUp Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 45:57


We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, President Series #179, YOUR guest is Dr. Mallory Dwinal-Palisch, Chancellor of Reach University, & CEO of Craft Education System, YOUR guest cohost is Dr. Bill Pepicello, YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, & YOUR sponsor is The Charles Koch Foundation! How does Reach University work to help fix the teacher shortage challenge? What is the Oxford Model? What does Mallory see as the future of higher ed? Listen in to #EdUp! Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! We make education YOUR business! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edup/message

Info By Matt Cole
How the Education System has Failed our Children - Teachers

Info By Matt Cole

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 13:39


I am currently reviewing the Education System. This series is "How the Education System has Failed our Children." In this episode I do a deep dive involving teachers reviewing their issues, wages, and the source of their wages.  Be sure to subscribe to this Podcast! Website: https://infobymattcole.com My article involving this episode is found here: How the Education System is Failing our Children: Teachers --  Free Resources -- InfobyMattCole/Resources Join my Free Newsletter: Sign me up -- Say Hi on Social: Website:Info By Matt Cole Site Linkedin: Matt Cole Instagram: Info By Matt Cole Instagram Facebook Page: Info By Matt Cole Facebook YouTube: Info By Matt Cole YouTube Twitter: Info By Matt Cole Twitter -- Pst. I run on coffee. Just saying. Buy me coffee -- You can always find my stuff by searching the net with the hashtag:  #InfoByMattCole #podcast #learn #zettelkasten --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infobymattcole/support

The Let's Talk About Life Podcast
The Education System

The Let's Talk About Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 27:07


The current Western education system is quite controversial. A lot of people are unhappy with it, but is it a valid feeling? What really is the problem with it and are there any good parts? Harrison & Ameer talk about all of these things in this episode and attempt to dissect the pros and cons of our education system. Can we come up with an ideal plan for the future too...?Links we mention:Mindvalley Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Collisions YYC
Current & Critical - David Finch, Our Education System - An Adapt or Die Reality Check

Collisions YYC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 74:51


Our province has the opportunity to completely revamp its education system and create a more inclusive job market. Canada is a safe haven for many asylum seekers and immigrants, but often their skills aren't recognized in our job market. As we continue to grow economically, David believes companies are using the wrong reference points to identify key talent that can define and deliver success. He thinks there are steps we can take — like redefining reference points between academia and employment, offering micro-credentials, or disrupting our education system — that could generate huge success for Alberta and Canada as a whole.

Flourishing Education Podcast
Episode 155 - Looking at our education system through an ecosystemic lens with Max Girardeau

Flourishing Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 63:28


I am delighted to share this new episode with the wonderful Max Girardeau who is Director and co-founder of The Visionaries. In round 2 of our conversation, we talk about the work Max, Adrian and Nikki do. In this imperfectly perfect episode, Max shares their guiding inquiry: how to support regenerative leadership to emerge both in young people and in educators, and those working in the systems of education. So what do Max and his co-founders mean by looking at our education system through an ecosystemic lens? So let's make this episode, the reference conversation to spark some thinking and ideas for those that are looking to take that kind of approach but know that the way that we're doing things currently isn't serving The book mentioned by Max at the end of the podcast is: Belonging: Remembering Ourselves Home by Toko-pa Turner

The Tony Galo Show
Southwest Says Stop AirDropping Nudes. Sahaj Addresses Listener Criticism. Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness, Is Our Education System Broken? Crazy Cop Call Of The Week. And Much More!

The Tony Galo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 55:02


Well folks, Southwest Airlines is asking people to stop AirDropping nudes.. that's where we start. Tony brings Sahaj some listener criticism, listen to how he responds. Sahaj and Tony discuss the recent initiative from Biden forgiving student loan debt. We also have a new segment, crazy cop call of the week! Tune in today!

Drive With Tom Elliott
The ways the education system can be improved

Drive With Tom Elliott

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 6:06


Tom Elliott speaks to an education director on the ways that the education system can be improved. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

This Naked Voice
022 - Intuition/Inspiration/Imagination: True Freedom thru Real Education - with Wade Cavin, Waldorf Educator

This Naked Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 59:27


In the US, we think "freedom" is about choices.  And, it partly is.  But true freedom is about so much more.  It's about being free from our engrained patterns of responses to the external world.  From our sense of identity.  Free to consistently explore, change and evolve who we are, without feeling tied to old thoughts, behaviours and beliefs.  That can be easier said than done, but the groundwork to help us do so can be laid early on, during our education.I sit down with Wade Cavin, a dedicated and brilliant Waldorf Educator, to ask him what our education system is missing at its root, why that's important, how we might approach our education differently, for our children and for ourselves as adults, and why it might be beneficial to do so.He also speaks to why it's so important for humans of all ages to cultivate awareness of their intuition, imagination, their interests, and desires, because those are the signs that direct them on how to live their life.  This was an incredibly enlightening conversation for me... even more so on the second listen as I was editing it.  I hope you enjoy it.  www.thisnakedvoice.com@thisnakedvoiceSupport the show

One Day Closer to Dead
Episode 156: It Burns!!!

One Day Closer to Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 77:26


Dave, Jason and the Dozens spit hot takes on the heatwaves cooking the globe, the smoldering ashes of the U.S. Education System, Trump's legal problems catching fire, the heat on Biden regarding student loan relief and Tom Brady not holding a candle to Bret Hart. 

Icebreakers: A conversation about Canadian and Eurasian business
'A merit-based education system in Kazakhstan' with Jean-François Caron

Icebreakers: A conversation about Canadian and Eurasian business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 48:21


Today we're hosting Dr. Jean-François Caron, an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan, where he teaches Political Theory. Dr. Caron has authored 6 monographs and more than 20 peer reviewed articles and book chapters.Jean-François shares a story of his career development in a cross-national perspective, forming family, teaching and living in Kazakhstan. He also elaborates on principles and admission criteria in the Nazarbayev University, as well as discusses State Scholarship Opportunities for foreign students.Related links to this episode:Nazarbayev UniversityTimeline:0:40 – Introducing Jean-François Caron2:18 – Early life integration into educational environment3:41 – English-based teaching in Nazarbayev University4:59 – From Plato to Francisco Nguema7:45 – From Canadian Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs to affiliate work in Poland9:41 – Meeting significant other on a 1st day in Kazakhstan12:43 – Merit-based admission to Nazarbayev University16:15 – hard work is always gets paid off18:57 – The logic of meritocracy24:17 – Adjusting to virtual environment29:27 – Tapping into technology30:37 – Subtleties of the Kazakh language33:54 – Kazakh wedding traditions35:52 – Canada-Kazakhstan cooperation opportunities in education39:20 – Foreign students at Nazarbayev University41:05 – What made Dr.Caron a leader?42:46 – What does the future hold for Dr.Caron?44:29 – Kazakh hospitality47:22 – ClosingIcebreakers is produced by CECC, an independent non-profit organization that promotes bilateral trade and investment between Canada and Eurasia. www.canadaeurasia.com

The Great Teacher Resignation
Back to School Scaries

The Great Teacher Resignation

Play Episode Play 33 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 23:10 Transcription Available


It's that time of year when everyone is going back to school! While this can be exciting for some, for others it can lead to the back to school scaries. Today, Ali and JoDee dive into what the back to school scaries are, what perpetuates them, and how you overcome the back to school scaries. Connect with Ali and JoDee:Instagram: https://instagram.com/tgtrpodcast/

Info By Matt Cole
How the Education System has failed our Children Series - 1

Info By Matt Cole

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 9:26


I welcome you to join me and allow me to share my findings with you. In this podcast episode, I start new series involving 'How the Education System has Failed our Children." I will take a high view of the environment than a deeper dive into specific topics involved with the public school education system. I plan to focus on the states of Arkansas and Oklahoma. Be sure to subscribe to this Podcast! Website: [https://infobymattcole.com](https://infobymattcole.com/) -- Free Resources -- InfobyMattCole/Resources Auto Subscribe to my YouTube Channel! Free Newsletter: Sign me up Info By Matt Cole Social Platforms! I have also aligned myself with KC Tutoring. A fantastic tutoring service in the Arkansas/Oklahoma area. #KCTutoring -- Pst. I run on coffee. Just saying. Buy me coffee You can also find resources and Merch, here. to help me in my endeavors. -- You can always find my stuff by searching the net with the hashtag: #InfoByMattCole For the references to this podcast episode and watching the documentary "Waiting for Superman", you can find them here. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infobymattcole/support

Solo Parent Society
How to Build Courage Into Kids with George Shinn

Solo Parent Society

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 49:05


One of the things that plague us, single parents, the most is thinking about the future welfare of our kids. It's one thing for us to struggle and deal with hard things; it's an entirely different and heart-wrenching thing to worry about our kids, what happens to them, and their future. So many of our kids have seen relationships go very wrong, even a certain amount of volatility. Many of them internalize what they saw and blame themselves. Some of our kids have experienced the untimely death of one of their parents. In any case, our kids have been subject to traumatic life events, which, as we all know, can negatively impact their future. So how do we best set up our kids to have the courage and confidence to face their own relationships, their own opportunities, their own challenges… if we as parents may not feel confident ourselves? Today we hear some stories about how confidence and courage was built into a little boy raised by a single mom in North Carolina who went on to have a culture-shifting impact on this world. Our guest is George Shinn, who's dad died when he was eight, and he was raised by a single mom on welfare checks and hand-me-down clothes. He struggled in school and was the last person anyone thought would find success in this life. In fact, he finished dead last in his graduating class in high school. He went on to work in a textile mill, a car wash, and as a school janitor. He later attended Evans Business College in North Carolina while working with real estate and at car dealerships. Upon graduating, he raised enough money to buy the school and even other small colleges and consolidate them all under an umbrella Education System. He eventually sold the schools and bought an NBA basketball team, Charlotte Hornets, with the proceeds. He then went on to start the George Shinn foundation, which offers the love of Christ and the hope of the Gospel to hurting people. All of this against-all-odds story is rooted in a single mom's care. For all the detailed show notes, tips and links visit SoloParent.org Receive a free SPS Welcome Toolkit with links to groups, info and a free book click Join our daily meditational devotional Download our free app - APPLE | ANDROID

The Indian Dream
The Indian Education System & Building an Alternative MBA School ft. Aditya & Raj, Founders of Stoa School

The Indian Dream

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 80:33


The Indian Education System needs an overhaul, especially college education. The current system produces students that barely have the necessary employable skills. In this episode, we talk to Aditya and Raj of Stoa School to talk about the Indian Education System, the problems that exist, how they can be solved and their insights from building Stoa over the last two years. If you haven't already, do subscribe to Stoa Daily. This is one of the best newsletters if you're interested in business and management. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------If you like the content we create, I need 30 seconds of your time to help us reach more people. Do one or more of the following, depending on how much you love The Indian Dream.Subscribe on Youtube (Posting 5 Videos every week)Follow us on Instagram (Posting 3 Reels every week)Follow us on Twitter @sahil071 & @sidbetala (Trying to figure out Twitter!)DM us on Whatsapp------------------------------------------------------**This episode is brought to you by PushOwl.PushOwl is a web push marketing app built for e-commerce businesses. Trusted by more than 25000 brands across the globe, PushOwl lets you turn one-time store visitors into subscribers, send highly-visible web push notifications, and increase customer retention!

Accidental Gods
Co-Creators of the future: exploring the birth of a new education system with YouthxYouth co-founder Zineb Mouhyi

Accidental Gods

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 63:53


Zineb Mouhyi is the co-founder of two charitable organizations, YouthxYouth & the Weaving Lab. YouthxYouth is a movement to radically reimagine the future of education with the goal of accelerating the process of young people influencing, designing, and transforming their education. The Weaving Lab is a global community of practice with the mission of advancing the field of weaving, understood as the practice of interconnecting ideas, people, projects, organizations, places, and ecologies to support systems change. Zineb is also a Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology and Social Change at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) where she collaboratively explores the question: How might we facilitate a planetary transition toward systems that serve all life? In this episode, we explore the death of the old system and the birth of the new: how can the older generations become the allies the younger generations need? How can we explore together what it is to live in the wreckage of a dying system and how can we be part of the emergence of something new, generative and flourishing? Because Zineb is deeply involved in education systems and how they might change, we explore how current education is often designed to facilitate control, to deliver workers who follow rules and orders, not lively activists who think for themselves. From here, we delve into the ways young people can reclaim their own education and mould it to serve the world that could be woven into being, not the one that is dying; how they can shift from One Truth thinking to the understanding of many truths; from linear concepts to systemic thinking, to the ways we might create toolkits to untangle ourselves from the depradations of capitalism. We explore ways to leapfrog change, to put people, project and places at the heart of a global community of practice, to move out of the logic of separation into the logic of connection.This is a conversation grounded in living practice of the ideals Accidental Gods endeavours to promote: finding ways to be the change, so that we might birth a new future we'd be proud to leave to the generations that come after us... but really talking to those younger than us and finding what they need and how we can help them. Links:  https://www.youthxyouth.com/ https://weavinglab.org/ https://www.ciis.edu/ https://curriculumforlife.com/

History Unplugged Podcast
America's Universal Education System Exists From a Coalition of Progressives, the Know-Nothing Party, and the Ku Klux Klan

History Unplugged Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 73:28 Very Popular


In a remarkably short span of time, American children went from laboring on family farms to spending their days in classrooms. The change came from optimistic reformers like Horace Mann, who in the early 1800s dreamed of education, literacy, and science spreading throughout all levels of American society. But other supporters of universal education had darker motives. They feared the influx of Irish Catholic immigrants and thought they'd bring their papist ideas to the young republic. Only compulsory education could break these European children of their Catholic ways and transform them into obedient, patriotic Americans with a Protestant outlook in their worldview if not in their theology.This episode explores the origins of compulsory education, from the Protestant Reformation (and how it was used as a weapon in the religious arms races of sixteenth-century Europe), Prussia's role as the first nation with universal schooling, how America adopted compulsory K-12 education, and whether modern-day schools are actually based on a factory from the 1800s.

Prime Time with Ravish
रवीश कुमार का प्राइम टाइम : अभी तक अटकी हुई है केंद्रीय विश्वविद्यालयों की प्रवेश परीक्षा

Prime Time with Ravish

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 37:13


The 4&3 Podcast
325 - Christian School Not Backing Down in Face of Threats, the Great 'Education Awakening' of 2022, Acts 5:29

The 4&3 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 28:04


On today's Quick Start podcast:Christian School Threatened Over Code of ConductWinsome Sears Calls America's Education System a 'National Security Crisis'MAIN THING: The Great Education Awakening 2022Acts 5:29

Leaders Of Transformation | Leadership Development | Conscious Business | Global Transformation
428: Transforming Your Child's Learning Ability with Dr. Kimberly Berens

Leaders Of Transformation | Leadership Development | Conscious Business | Global Transformation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 46:45


Statistics reveal that more than 60% of children in America are scoring below proficiency across all academic subjects. Why is this happening and what can we do about it? Kimberly Nix Berens, Ph.D. is a scientist-educator and Founder of Fit Learning.  She co-created a powerful system of instruction based in behavioral science and the Technology of Teaching and has been transforming the learning ability of thousands of children worldwide for over 20 years, including those who are struggling, average, gifted, or learning disabled. Join us as we discuss her groundbreaking new book, Blindspots: Why students fail and the science that can save them, along with her system of instruction which has been proven to produce one year's worth of academic growth in only 40 hours of training. We explore common myths about learning ability, the current state of the American education system, the science of learning, and the correct approach for raising proficiency in students. In this episode, you will discover: Why more than 60% of students in the United States are below proficiency in all academic subjects. Why proficiency scores are lower in high school than they are in elementary school. How educators can increase the learning ability of students based on the science of learning. What you can do as a parent to help your child avoid being labelled with a learning disorder. Helpful resources available for parents and educators to empower children to excel. Parents, teachers, and students, this is for you! Discover the science behind learning and proficiency and help build a better educational system for everyone. Full Episode Show Notes: https://leadersoftransformation.com/podcast/education/428-how-to-transform-your-childs-learning-ability-with-dr-kimberly-berens  

Dirty Jersey
The Corrupt NJ Education System Part 2

Dirty Jersey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 18:53


NJ 2020 Learning Standards https://www.state.nj.us/education/cccs/2020/1982 Court Ruling on Sex Education in NJhttps://www.edweek.org/education/new-jersey-court-to-rule-on-sex-education-requirement/1982/02Chris Christie Common Core Timeline https://www.nj.com/education/2015/05/timeline_chris_christies_evolution_on_common_core.htmlArticle Following Legislature Bill in March 2021  https://www.phillyvoice.com/new-jersey-public-schools-diversity-inclusion-classes/Email dirtyjersey@myyahoo.com 

The Steve Gruber Show
Erika Sanzi, How many ways can the education system fail families? Too many to count

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 7:30


Erika Sanzi is the director of outreach for Parents Defending Education. How many ways can the education system fail families? Too many to count

Dirty Jersey
The Corrupt NJ Education System

Dirty Jersey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 24:21


This week is the first episode of a two-week series regarding corruption throughout New Jersey's Education System. Showcasing the egregious actions by officials, what taxpayers are really spending, and the detriment all of it has caused NJ kids. If you have any feedback, your own personal story, input or even criticism on this episode email dirtyjersey@myyahoo.com At the beginning of next week's episode, I will open up the floor to any who have submitted feedback! The Cartel documentary from 2009, created by Bob Bowdon, which was cited in this podcast. Can be found on most streaming platforms. Including YouTube, Tubi, and Amazon Prime.  

Healthcare Americana
Inside the Medical Education System

Healthcare Americana

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 33:35


In a change of pace, we hear from a medical student who wishes to remain anonymous as they provide a peek into what the education system is providing our future doctors, nurses, and healthcare providers. Follow Healthcare Americana: https://twitter.com/healthamericana (Twitter) https://www.instagram.com/healthcareamericana/?hl=en (Instagram) https://www.linkedin.com/company/healthcareamericana/ (LinkedIn) More onhttps://freedomhealthworks.com/ ( Freedom Healthworks) More on https://www.twitter.com/freedomdstudent (@freedoMDstudent) Subscribe at https://healthcareamericana.com/episodes/ (https://healthcareamericana.com/episodes/)

Authentic Talks 2.0
Episode 231 | Becoming A More Impactful You To Help Others Thrive | Sam D. Nix

Authentic Talks 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 40:10


On this episode of Authentic Talks 2.0, Shanta has an authentic talk with Sam D. Nix and have an awesome talk!Author of Ensure Educational Success, Dr. Samuel D. Nix is the chief of schools in Texas's Duncanville Independent School District. An award-winning educator, he has worked at multiple levels in the education system as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, and principal.Sam is passionate about helping leaders to thrive in their day to day lives and within their professional lives. On this episode, they talk about leadership, and why it is difficult for people to embrace change and more. ***CONNECT WITH SAM D. NIX*****https://snix3consulting.com/ BOOK AVAILABLE ON AMAZON:https://www.amazon.com/Ensure-Educational-Success-Dr-Samuel/dp/1737871513/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=Sam+D+Nix&qid=1660054103&s=live-explorations&sr=1-2**************************************************************************************Connect with hostwww.authentictalks2.com Thank you all for tuning in, Sending you all tons of positive energy and lots of love! JAMM WITH ME A JOURNEY TO YOUR HIGHER SELF - A SERIES https://www.amazon.com/Jamm-Journey-Your-Higher-Self/dp/B0B6S6CB6L/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3TCZRR0O9I02N&keywords=jamm+with+me+a+journey+to+your+higher+self&qid=1660054052&sprefix=jamm+with+m%2Caps%2C191&sr=8-1