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Evil Transgression
Elementary Shooter

Evil Transgression

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 56:45


Come join us as we discuss the latest in true crime.

Mercedes In The Morning
January Teacher of the Month 2023: Ms. Chambers from Howard Wasden Elementary

Mercedes In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 4:15


Congratulations to Ms. Chambers from Howard Wasden Elementary for being named Mercedes in the Morning's January Teacher of the Month! Ms. Chambers will receive a $100 Visa gift card courtesy of Findlay Chevrolet an additional $100 Visa gift card courtesy of Silver State Schools Credit Union PLUS a personalized Mercedes in the Morning Teacher of the Month plaque from H&J Trophies!

Post Show Recaps: LIVE TV & Movie Podcasts with Rob Cesternino
Abbott Elementary Season 2 Episodes 12+13 Recap

Post Show Recaps: LIVE TV & Movie Podcasts with Rob Cesternino

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 54:48


This week, Chappell (@chappells_show) and Gia (@classicallygia) recap Season 2 Episodes 12+13 of Abbott Elementary. The post Abbott Elementary Season 2 Episodes 12+13 Recap appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.

Madison Christian Church
Elementary Video: 1-22-23

Madison Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 0:05


Children's Ministry https://www.madisonchristian.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/IMG_8712.jpg Elementary Video: 1-22-23 clean

Black in Session
Abbot Elementary: Season 2 Ep 13. “Fundraiser”

Black in Session

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 65:06


It's Barbara's time to shine in another episode filled with moral dilemmas

School Librarians United with Amy Hermon
208 Empowering Elementary Students

School Librarians United with Amy Hermon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 76:22


Be inspired as Ben Kort shares strategies, programs, procedures and layout to encourage student access, independence and opportunity. I would like to thank composer Nazar Rybak at Hooksounds.com for the music you've heard today.   Capstone *use UNITED for $20 off $100 or more on print and ebooks Series: You Choose: Monster Hunter Editable PD Certificate FAQ's and ISO (In search of…) Online Doctoral Programs SLU Playlists APA format for citing a podcast/podcast app Send questions for Penny Walch's interview of Amy to @southwellibrary (Twitter) or email penny.walch@southwell.school.nz Twitter @benkort SLJ article (March 2020) YouTube: Fircrest Librarian is at the Top of the Class! Sept 2022 video clip on Twitter 4th and 5th Grade Media Literacy Unit Browsifying Picture Books Guide Genrefied Nonfiction Guide

ChinesePod - Beginner
Elementary | Visiting Taiwan

ChinesePod - Beginner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 16:44


Taiwan is not often the focus of our lessons at ChinesePod, but this time it's front and center. Learn such gems as "Taiwan is an island," as well as some of the names of the major cities on said island. As for you political-minded rascals, ho ho, no we're not going there. We're here to help you learn Chinese! Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/1998

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast
Two students hurt in fight at Daniell Middle School; One student sickened with pepper spray on Park Street Elementary bus

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 10:00


Two students were injured during lunch Tuesday in a fight at Daniel Middle School, the Cobb County School District said. Emergency services responded to the scene and other students and staff were safe. The nature of the students' injuries was not disclosed, with district spokesperson Erich Rauch said he could not provide further details, but reports have come out that a knife was involved. Outside of Daniel Tuesday afternoon, one parent told reporters he came to pick up his daughter early from school because she had witnessed the altercation. She kept telling him that she didn't want to be there any more and begged for someone to pick her up. David Chastain, the Cobb school board member who represents Daniel, declined to go into specifics about the incident when reached by the MDJ. Cobb school board member Randy Scamihorn said the altercation at Daniel is not representative of the broader issues in CCSD. Scamihorn said the school district's police force is “thoroughly competent and outstanding,” and praised the district's teachers and counselors for their work to address students' problems and needs. One student was sickened after another released pepper spray on a Park Street Elementary school bus Tuesday, Marietta City Schools said. The district said first responders “were onsite immediately” to evaluate students and the bus driver, with no major injuries reported. The district did not provide additional information about the incident. The incident caused the bus to be delayed. Superintendent Grant Rivera said the staff responded quickly to this incident and that the district prioritizes safety of students and staff.   In a wide-ranging talk to the Cobb County Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff ticked through a laundry list of funding allocations and other legislative wins from his first two years in office. Of particular interest to Cobb were Senator Ossoff's comments about Lockheed Martin's Marietta plant, the neighboring Dobbins Air Reserve Base, and the Chattahoochee River. Senator Ossoff was introduced by Lockheed executive Rod McLean, who leads the Marietta plant, which employs nearly 5,000 people. The plant's flagship program is manufacturing the C-130J Super Hercules, which McLean called “the best tactical airlifter across the globe, ever made.” Senator Ossoff noted that in the 2023 omnibus spending bill, President Joe Biden did not request funding for any new C-130J planes. Senator Ossoff stated that the Georgia delegation and many Senators across the country felt they could not fail to provide guard and reserve units with the tactical airlift capabilities that they need, and that 16 Marietta-made C-130Js to the defense authorization appropriations measures this year. One of the biggest prizes Lockheed hopes to win is a contract to supply the U.S. Air Force with new aerial fuel tankers. Lockheed's LMXT plane, if given the nod, would be partially constructed at the firm's Marietta plant and could add upwards of 1,000 jobs to the 5,000 already employed there. The senator also touted $40 million in new funding he secured to protect the Chattahoochee River, which provides 70% of metro Atlanta's drinking water. The exodus of Cobb County receivers from the University of Georgia continued on Monday when former Walton High School standout Dominick Blaylock entered his name into the transfer portal. Blaylock will leave as a graduate transfer after he earns his expected degree in housing management and policy later this spring. The redshirt junior will have two years of eligibility remaining. The 6-foot-1, 225-pound pass catcher finished the 2022-23 season with 15 receptions for 227 yards and a touchdown. He played in all 15 games and will leave the program with two national championship rings. This past season, was the first in which he remained healthy after coming all the way back from two ACL injuries that cost him the entire 2020 season and much of 2021. With Blaylock's departure, he becomes the third receiver from the county to enter the portal joining former Marietta standout tight end Arik Gilbert, who made the decision before the College Football Playoffs, and former Kennesaw Mountain star tight end Ryland Goede, who made his announcement last week. Goede and Blaylock are close friends, who came to UGA beginning with the 2019 season. As a true freshman, Blaylock was making his mark as a punt returner and a receiver. He had 18 receptions for 310 yards and five touchdowns, but suffered his first torn ACL in the SEC Championship game against LSU. The following fall he reinjured the same ACL and was not able to return to the field until the middle of the 2021 season. This season, he found himself behind receivers Ladd McConkey and Kearis Jackson and others, along with the offense geared to tight ends Brock Bowers and Darnell Washington, it was hard to for Blaylock to find opportunities. He had a season-high three catches against Missouri, he caught his touchdown pass against Vanderbilt, and his final catch of his Bulldogs' career was a 20-yarder against Ohio State on third-and-10 against Ohio State in the Peach Bowl. Voting for the Cobb Life Magazine Best of Cobb 2023 contest ends in five days! After opening the polls on December 5 to the top reader-nominated businesses, community members and persons, the Best of Cobb contest has received over 323,000 votes as of Monday morning. Polls will close at midnight Friday, Jan. 20.  More than 2,800 nominations made it to voting this year, so the competition is strong. Whether you're voting for your favorite breakfast spot, realtor, hair salon or mechanic, every vote counts! Use this as an opportunity to say ‘thank you' to your favorite local businesses. The winners will be announced in the March issue of Cobb Life Magazine, followed by an annual celebration to honor our winners March 23. Voting for Best of Cobb is open until January 20 at 11:59 p.m. Visit thebestofcobb.com to begin voting for your favorites! The Cobb Community Foundation, in conjunction with United Way of Greater Atlanta Northwest, announced that 5 Network for Good Jumpstart capacity-building grants of $5,000 each have been awarded to H.O.P.E. Family Resource Center, The Sobriety Resource, Connecting Generations, Self-Discovery Pain, Positioning and Purpose, and Circles Cobb for 2023. The Jumpstart grant program partnership, now in its second year, will provide a robust, 12-month training schedule to build fundraising capacity, diversify revenue, and grow and sustain programs for a new group of nonprofits. These five agencies were selected as a result of a carefully planned approach to meet human service needs in Cobb as identified by a study commissioned in 2019 by CCF. The data collected was used to create a heat map showing where assistance should be targeted. The study emphasized the need for services to be available not just to the area of need but in the area of need. Nonprofits operating in the locality bordered to the north by State Route 360 to the east by South Cobb Drive and to the south by I-285 were then invited to learn more about the demanding Jumpstart program activities. To ensure readiness, Leadership at H.O.P.E. Family Resource Center, The Sobriety Resource, Connecting Generations and Self-Discovery Pain, Positioning and Purpose first participated in a six-month training program offered in 2022 through the Georgia Center for Nonprofits, paving the way for their participation in the Jumpstart program in 2023. The newly established Circles Cobb was identified as the fifth and final organization to join the cohort. The $25,000 needed to fund these grants was underwritten by Corporate Community Champion Liberty Furniture. In 2023, CCF's investment in even more organizations like these five will be further leveraged through its partnership with United Way.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Alert with Nancy Grace
Crime Alert 01.19.23

Crime Alert with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 6:00


Elementary school teacher abuses students. "Helpful" neighbor is better described as perverted. For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Crime Alert 01.19.23

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 6:00


Elementary school teacher abuses students. "Helpful" neighbor is better described as perverted. For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Elementary Music Teacher Podcast: Music Education
226- Music Technology Ideas for Elementary Students

The Elementary Music Teacher Podcast: Music Education

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 26:42


Maybe you've wanted to bring more technology into your elementary music classroom, but you're needing new ideas. There's so much amazing technology available to use and it can get overwhelming knowing where to start and what to use with your particular crew of students. In this episode, you'll hear a full list of music technology ideas for elementary students that you can pick and choose from. There are ideas mentioned for lower, upper, and all elementary students. You know your students better than anyone, so feel free to pull from each of the lists and use them as you see fit. Read the blog post that goes along with this episode that includes links to every website and app mentioned. Grab your free Simplifying Lesson Planning guide. Sign up for teacher coaching or business coaching with Jessica. Find out more about the HARMONY membership here. Get your copy of Make A Note: What You Really Need to Know About Teaching Elementary Music Join the Facebook group. I'd love for you to leave a rating and a review of the podcast on I-tunes, be sure to share the podcast with any music teacher friends who would find it helpful and be sure to tag me on Instagram or Facebook.

Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations
Quinta Brunson Abbott Elementary

Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 35:15


Oprah speaks with Emmy and Golden Globe-winning writer, producer and actress Quinta Brunson to discuss her mega hit comedy series, Abbott Elementary. Brunson shares reflections about her childhood, her greatest mentors and the pivotal moments of her career.

The Teaching Made Easy Podcast
EP 415: Technology DOs and DON'Ts in the Elementary Classrooom

The Teaching Made Easy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 10:13


Using technology in the elementary classroom can be a great way to engage students and enhance their learning experiences. However, it's important to use it responsibly and effectively. In today's episode, I'm sharing some do's and don'ts you should consider when incorporating technology in your elementary classroom. SHOW NOTES --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/farrah-henley/support

Spanish Lessons
Basic Spanish Group Class: Mi habitación/Mi bedroom (A1) on Zoom

Spanish Lessons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 20:49


Let's talk about bedroom objets and their positioning inside the bedroom! I help Spanish learners improve their language skills with my New Spanish Program. Join the live New Spanish Zoom class!$15 per classspeaking, listening, and reading skillsBeginner-Elementary Spanish A1-A2 BOOK A FREE CONSULTATION SESSION WITH ME: https://calendly.com/davidalexandercantu/freeconsultation?month=2021-09 Follow me on social media below: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-umo0w-yVjyfYz5zUcRvgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidalexandercantu/Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@davidalexanderspanishFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/davidalexandercantu/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidalexandercantu/ Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a comment below. I'll answer all questions. All the best to you!

ChinesePod - Beginner
Elementary | The London Olympics

ChinesePod - Beginner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 14:16


The 2012 Olympics are in London! If you're from London, going to London, or even fond of occasionally mentioning London, you'd better be able to say it in Chinese! (Oh, and while we're at it, let's make sure you can say "London" in Chinese as well...) Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/1993

Master Books Podcast
Teaching Homeschool Science to Multiple Ages with Debbie Lawrence

Master Books Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 29:59


Debbie Lawrence, author of the God's Design homeschool science curriculum by Master Books, joins the podcast. This curriculum was voted as top-ranked elementary science curriculum among Christian homeschool families in 2022. Don't miss the e-book giveaway! In this episode, you will learn:  Why this homeschool mom wrote an elementary and junior high science curriculum that teaches the Bible and science Why we need to teach the weather from a biblical point of view How God designed the atmosphere to protect us How God's Design curriculum works to teach multiple age students at one time Links: Heaven and Earth Science Curriculum https://www.masterbooks.com/gods-design-for-heaven-earth-set-mb-edition Heaven and Earth for Beginners https://www.masterbooks.com/gods-design-for-heaven-and-earth-beginners God's Design Science Curriculum for Elementary & Junior High Students https://www.masterbooks.com/gods-design-series Look Inside Heaven and Earth (for give-away clue) https://www.masterbooks.com/amfile/file/download/file/918/product/3447/ The New Weather Book https://www.masterbooks.com/new-weather-book-hardback-single Show Highlights: 1:20 - Introducing Debbie Lawrence, the co-author of the God's Design elementary science homeschool series which has been voted a top-ranked series among Christian homeschool families. 2:15 - Debbie Lawrence shares her background as a homeschool mom and grandmother who needed a science curriculum that taught science in line with the Bible. 4:15 - "I couldn't reconcile evolution with the Bible anymore." "Science doesn't really support evolution. "You can be intelligent. You can be a scientist and You can believe the Bible. And you can know that science supports what the Bible says." 5:26 -Debbie's 4 goals for the God's Design science curriculum series. 8:35 - Heaven and Earth presents a Christian view of weather. Debbie Lawrence explains why students need a Christian view of weather and earth. 9:53 - God created an amazing system to reuse water. 10:45 - Teaching children to look for God in nature which will impact their whole lives. 11:20 - Giveaway of Master Books' New Weather Book. 12:30 - Customer reviews of Heaven and Earth elementary science curriculum by Master Books. 12:55 - God's Design sticks to the Bible. The lessons are short and fun. 13:28 - How God's design of the atmosphere protects us. 17:20 - Examples of experiments used in Heaven and Earth homeschool science curriculum to demonstrate how the atmosphere works. 21:15 - The Heaven and Earth beginners' book is designed so you can teach the younger students alongside the older students. The same applies for God's Design for Life for Beginners. 23:46 - Debbie Lawrence explains all of the types of science covered in the God's Design elementary science series. - Life science (God's Design for Life) - Earth and Space (Heaven and Earth) - Chemistry & Ecology - Physical Science (God's Design for the Physical World) 25:29 - Students learn critical thinking skills as well as spelling and vocabulary in these elementary science courses.

Chad Hartman
Chad praises the amazing story from the kids at Glen Lake Elementary

Chad Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 13:45


Chad's turn during Overrated, Underrated or Properly Rated features topics like Joe Biden and an amazing story from a local elementary school.

My2CentsPodcast
It's All The SAME (Ep.109)

My2CentsPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 62:48


Topics: Give Condolences (1:20) My2Cents on 8 teenage girls allegedly killed man in Canada (5:37) My2Cents on BLM co-founder cousin killed (11:52) Update on Elementary teacher that was shot (18:37) My2Cents on Florida Man facing 1,100 charges (26:06) My2Cents on TJ Holmes & Amy Robach possibly out of GMA (31:08) My2Cents on What is a Nepo baby (39:40) My2Cents on Elon Musk Twitter News (56:07)   Ending Music: Kanye West – Jesus Lord (Instrumental) National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Twitter: @My2Podcast Instagram: my2centspodcastg2 YouTube: My2CentsPodcast Business email: my2centspod@yahoo.com

New Books in Biography
On Émile Durkheim's "The Elementary Forms of Religious Life" (1912)

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 59:11


Today I talked to Steven Lukes about Émile Durkheim's classic The Elementary Forms of Religious Life (1912). Lukes is the author of Emile Durkheim: His Life and Work: A Historical and Critical Study among many other works. In The Elementary Forms of Religious Life (1912), Emile Durkheim sets himself the task of discovering the enduring source of human social identity. He investigates what he considered to be the simplest form of documented religion - totemism among the Aborigines of Australia. For Durkheim, studying Aboriginal religion was a way "to yield an understanding of the religious nature of man, by showing us an essential and permanent aspect of humanity." The need and capacity of men and women to relate to one another socially lies at the heart of Durkheim's exploration, in which religion embodies the beliefs that shape our moral universe. The Elementary Forms has been applauded and debated by sociologists, anthropologists, ethnographers, philosophers, and theologians, and continues to speak to new generations about the intriguing origin and nature of religion and society.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

New Books in Anthropology
On Émile Durkheim's "The Elementary Forms of Religious Life" (1912)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 59:11


Today I talked to Steven Lukes about Émile Durkheim's classic The Elementary Forms of Religious Life (1912). Lukes is the author of Emile Durkheim: His Life and Work: A Historical and Critical Study among many other works. In The Elementary Forms of Religious Life (1912), Emile Durkheim sets himself the task of discovering the enduring source of human social identity. He investigates what he considered to be the simplest form of documented religion - totemism among the Aborigines of Australia. For Durkheim, studying Aboriginal religion was a way "to yield an understanding of the religious nature of man, by showing us an essential and permanent aspect of humanity." The need and capacity of men and women to relate to one another socially lies at the heart of Durkheim's exploration, in which religion embodies the beliefs that shape our moral universe. The Elementary Forms has been applauded and debated by sociologists, anthropologists, ethnographers, philosophers, and theologians, and continues to speak to new generations about the intriguing origin and nature of religion and society.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

New Books in Intellectual History
On Émile Durkheim's "The Elementary Forms of Religious Life" (1912)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 59:11


Today I talked to Steven Lukes about Émile Durkheim's classic The Elementary Forms of Religious Life (1912). Lukes is the author of Emile Durkheim: His Life and Work: A Historical and Critical Study among many other works. In The Elementary Forms of Religious Life (1912), Emile Durkheim sets himself the task of discovering the enduring source of human social identity. He investigates what he considered to be the simplest form of documented religion - totemism among the Aborigines of Australia. For Durkheim, studying Aboriginal religion was a way "to yield an understanding of the religious nature of man, by showing us an essential and permanent aspect of humanity." The need and capacity of men and women to relate to one another socially lies at the heart of Durkheim's exploration, in which religion embodies the beliefs that shape our moral universe. The Elementary Forms has been applauded and debated by sociologists, anthropologists, ethnographers, philosophers, and theologians, and continues to speak to new generations about the intriguing origin and nature of religion and society.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in Sociology
On Émile Durkheim's "The Elementary Forms of Religious Life" (1912)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 59:11


In 1912, the French sociologist Emile Durkheim published The Elementary Forms of Religious Life. Centered around the experience of religion in tribal cultures, this masterpiece explores the nature of religion and its social function in society. When The Elementary Forms was first published it sparked controversy and heated discussion and has continued to provoke thoughtful engagement among scholars ever since. Steven Lukes is a Professor Emeritus at New York University and the author of Emile Durkheim: His Life and Work: A Historical and Critical Study. Schneur Zalman Newfield is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York, and the author of Degrees of Separation: Identity Formation While Leaving Ultra-Orthodox Judaism (Temple University Press, 2020). Visit him online at ZalmanNewfield.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

Madison Christian Church
Elementary Video: 1-15-23

Madison Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 0:05


Children's Ministry https://www.madisonchristian.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/IMG_8712.jpg Elementary Video: 1-15-23 clean

New Books Network
On Émile Durkheim's "The Elementary Forms of Religious Life" (1912)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 59:11


Today I talked to Steven Lukes about Émile Durkheim's classic The Elementary Forms of Religious Life (1912). Lukes is the author of Emile Durkheim: His Life and Work: A Historical and Critical Study among many other works. In The Elementary Forms of Religious Life (1912), Emile Durkheim sets himself the task of discovering the enduring source of human social identity. He investigates what he considered to be the simplest form of documented religion - totemism among the Aborigines of Australia. For Durkheim, studying Aboriginal religion was a way "to yield an understanding of the religious nature of man, by showing us an essential and permanent aspect of humanity." The need and capacity of men and women to relate to one another socially lies at the heart of Durkheim's exploration, in which religion embodies the beliefs that shape our moral universe. The Elementary Forms has been applauded and debated by sociologists, anthropologists, ethnographers, philosophers, and theologians, and continues to speak to new generations about the intriguing origin and nature of religion and society.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Teaching Champions
Seeing Strengths, 8 Pillars of Belonging, and Making Americans with Jessica Lander

Teaching Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 59:48 Transcription Available


In this conversation Jessica Lander discusses educating immigrant and refugee students. We talk about her book Making Americans that is a wonderful book about the  exploration of immigrant education across the country. She talks about seeing these students for their energy, talents, and drive. Jessica discusses the lessons she learned from traveling around the country and meeting innovative schools who are leading the way in innovation for these students. The tips and knowledge that Jessica shares during this interview is something that is not limited to students who are new to the United States. The principles that she discusses is something that all students would benefit from. Topics discussed:1.Think about the different strengths, gifts, and perspectives that the students bring.2. Don't lower standards and expectations for students. Keep high expectations3. Sometimes we sell students short because we can associate language acquisition with intelligence.4. Think thoughtfully and intentionally how you support immigrant students.5. If we are serious about reimagining immigrant education we have to ask the young people who are attending out schools about what they need. 6.How can schools foster a strong sense of belonging where students feel that this is their home and they can build a future there.7.Schools need to think about how can we create a sense of belonging8.Eight pillars of belonging - opportunities for new beginnings, supportive communities, assurance of securing, chances to dream, committed advocates, recognition of students strengths, acceptance, opportunities for students to develop their voice.9.Schools can be a community hub. Connect school to the community. 10. Collaborate with community partnerships.11.Global Village Project - the only school in US dedicated to refugee girls who have spent a lot of time outside of school.12. Honor students identity13. Bring laughter and joy into the classroom14. Create a community that is supportive 15. Family engagement is pivotal - seeing it as an equal partnership16. When meeting with parents lead with questions. For example What are hopes and dreams for your kid? How can we build trusting relationships together? 17. Recognize that students might come to school with different sorts of trauma18. Trauma sensitive garden 19. Use complex and interesting language.20. Meet teacher where they are and help them with what they need.21. Get students involved in action civics. 22. Help them develop their skills to share their voices.23. The way that we learn from each other is extremely powerful.24. Learn from each other's history25. We Are America ProjectJessica Lander Bio:Jessica Lander is an award-winning teacher, writer and author. She teaches history and civics to recent immigrant students in a Massachusetts public high school and has won numerous awards for her teaching, including being named a Top 50 Finalist for the Global Teacher Prize in 2021, presented by the Varkey Foundation and being named a MA Teacher of the Year Finalist in 2022, presented by the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Jessica writes frequently about education policy and teaching. She is the author of Making Americans: Stories of Historic Struggles, New Ideas, and Inspiration in Immigrant Education, a coauthor of Powerful Partnerships: A Teacher's Guide to Engaging Families for Student Success and the author of Driving Backwards.Book: Making Americans https://www.amazon.com/Making-Americans-Struggles-Inspiration-Immigrant-ebook/dp/B09PQM33FS/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1TV7F6ZB1Q3MO&keywords=making+americans&qid=1673760376&sprefix=making+americans%2Caps%2C568&sr=8-1Website: https://www.jessicalander.com

Hammer House of Podcast
Hammer House of Podcast - Episode 59

Hammer House of Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 48:19


Hello! And welcome to the 59th episode of Hammer House of Podcast, where Paul Cornell (Doctor Who, Elementary) and L.M. Myles (Verity!) discuss, in order of UK release, every horror movie made by Hammer Film Productions between 1955 and 1976, from The Quatermass Xperiment to To the Devil… A Daughter. This month, we review 1971's Creatures the World Forgot.

Black in Session
Abbot Elementary: Season 2 Ep 12. “Fight“

Black in Session

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 46:01


There's always a lunchroom fight. Speaking of fights, Jovany and Dallas disagree about this episode.

Luis Cárdenas
Javier Ibarreche recomienda "Abbott Elementary" de Star Plus Latinoamérica 13 ENE 23

Luis Cárdenas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 3:22


En su colaboración con Luis Cárdenas para la Primera Emisión de MVS Noticias, Javier Ibarreche, experto en series, habló sobre la comedia Abbott Elementary de Star Plus Latinoamérica.

Three Song Stories
Episode 253 - Evgeniya Radilova

Three Song Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 67:02


Evgeniya Radilova is an award winning Bulgarian-American actress, filmmaker, model, fire dancer, teacher and more who calls New York City home. She has appeared in a number of prime time TV shows including: "Law & Order: SVU", "Limitless", "Elementary", "Sex&Drugs & Rock&Roll", "Spartacus", and most recently “Blue Bloods.”  She recently won Best Actress and Audience Award Best Film at the Chelsea Film Festival for her latest project: a feature length film called Lost Cos. At 18 she was cast in one of the biggest TV shows in Bulgaria called "Masters of the TV", which she co-hosted for three years every night on Bulgarian National TV. She then moved to New York where she graduated with honors from "The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Since then, she has appeared Off-Broadway and is a lifetime member of The Actors Studio.  Evgeniya has her own production company, called “I Dare Productions” and she also dances with fire and creates shows all over NYC and LA's cabaret stages with her company Evgeniya Entertainment.  

Classroom Brew
Abbott Elementary at the Golden Globes!

Classroom Brew

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 16:13


284: Abbott Elementary had a great showing at the 2023 Golden Globes... maybe this can turn the tide for teachers? We also have some beginning-of-semester reflections as Ryan prepares for a student teacher! Check these topics out and more on this week's episode! Get More Classroom Brew: www.patreon.com/classroombrew Video Clips: www.tiktok.com/@classroombrew Follow Us: www.instagram.com/classroombrew/ Contact Us: classroombrew@gmail.com

Bob Sirott
Dean Richards' Entertainment Report: Jeff Beck, ‘Abbott Elementary,' and Prince Harry

Bob Sirott

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023


Dean Richards, entertainment reporter for WGN, joins Bob Sirott to provide the latest news in entertainment. Bob and Dean share details about Jeff Beck’s death and celebrity reactions. They also talk about the renewal of “Abbott Elementary,” what the mother of one of Dahmer’s victims had to say about the show’s Golden Globe win, how […]

The Dark Web Vlogs
Why Uvalde CISD Chief Pete Arredondo said he didn't try to stop the Robb Elementary shooter

The Dark Web Vlogs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 6:44


Why Uvalde CISD Chief Pete Arredondo said he didn't try to stop the Robb Elementary shooter"I know it was probably victims in there. And with the shots I heard, I know it was probably somebody that's gonna be deceased," Arredondo said during the interview.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast

ChinesePod - Beginner
Elementary | Can You Lend Me Money?

ChinesePod - Beginner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 15:30


What are friends for? Lending money, right? In this lesson, learn how to extract as much money as possible from your good, generous friend. (You'll pay him back, of course.) Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/1984

I'ma Need More Wine Podcast
Abbott Elementary: Mid-Season Report Card

I'ma Need More Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 196:35


Happy Wine Wednesday! Candi joined me this week for a mid-season check-in on Abbott Elementary. We discuss the first 10 episodes and share our thoughts on character development, the Janine/Gregory slow burn, and the brilliant decision to make Mr. Johnson a series regular. We also share our favorite episodes in the first half of the season. It should come as a surprise to no one that I had lots to say about the Halloween episode, “Candy Zombies.”As always - we drink, we know things, we use adult language, and we have a good time! Find and follow Candi on Twitter here.  Until next Wine Wednesday!Follow the pod on IG and Twitter. Send longer feedback to morewinepod@gmail.com.Find our full catalog of past episodes at morewinepod.buzzsprout.com.Support the showFollow the pod on IG and Twitter. Send longer feedback to morewinepod@gmail.com.Find our full catalog of past episodes at morewinepod.buzzsprout.com.

KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Tuesday 1/10 - President Joe Biden, School COVID Restrictions

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 35:19


Several classified documents from President Joe Biden's time as vice president were discovered  in a private office. Biden's lawyers say they found the government materials in November while closing out a Washington, DC-based office – the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement. The Justice Department has now opened an investigation, which The New York Times said could lead to a special counsel being appointed - as has happened in the case of Donald Trump and the hundreds of documents he kept at Mar-a-Lago. Donald Trump asked: 'When is the FBI going to raid the many homes of Joe Biden, perhaps even the White House?'  With more storms predicted for Fresno, the city announced it will convert its overnight warming shelters to 24-hour storm relief centers for homeless people. Mayor Jerry Dyer also announced at a Monday morning news conference that code enforcement will leave homeless encampments undisturbed.  Hundreds of thousands more students across the US have been placed under Covid restrictions as schools and colleges bring back mask and testing mandates. Elementary and middle schools in Massachusetts and Michigan began requiring face coverings to be worn indoors 'at all times' on Monday. Meanwhile, children in a Chicago school system must now show a negative Covid test before being allowed back into classrooms this week after the holidays. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Long Road
Elementary Deadlift

The Long Road

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 22:54


I taught my hardest PE lesson of the year this week to my elementary school students--the kettlebell deadlift. Here's how and why I taught this fundamental strength movement along with the psychology behind it. Strength matters. Moving well matters. Let's roll.

Watch This
Abbott Elementary wins big at the Golden Globes, Willow comes to an end

Watch This

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 10:05


On today's What to Watch: The Circle season 5 takes things up a notch with singles who are ready to mingle, RuPaul debuts a new game show, and Willow finishes out its exciting first season. Plus, Hollywood trivia, and entertainment headlines, including a Golden Globes recap — Abbott Elementary and The Banshees of Inisherin both won big — a look at season 2 of Yellowjackets and scoop on Bob Odenkirk's new series. More at ew.com, ew.com/wtw, and @EW on Twitter and @EntertainmentWeekly everywhere else. Host: Samantha Highfill (@samhighfill); Producers: Ashley Boucher (@ashleybreports), Gerrad Hall (@gerradhall); Editor: Samee Junio (@it_your_sam); Executive Producer: Chanelle Johnson (@chanelleberlin). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Torah from Temple of Aaron
An Ode to the Teachers of Abbott Elementary: R. Marcus Rubenstein

Torah from Temple of Aaron

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 13:53


A sermon by R. Marcus Rubenstein, given on January 7th 2023 at Temple of Aaron on Shabbat morning on parshat Vayechi.

Master Books Podcast
Top-Ranked Homeschool Science Curriculum with Carrie Lindquist

Master Books Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 20:14


Carrie Lindquist, author of Master Books' top-ranked homeschool science curriculum, joins the podcast to discuss why families love the Let's Talk Science series! In this show, you will learn how the K-4th grade courses are designed to work for your family. Answer this question to win a digital copy of The New Ocean Book. (Post your answer in the Moms of Master Books Facebook group or the Master Books app). When we see one of God's amazing designs in a plant, animal or even a chemical, it reminds us that God is ________ and ____________. Hint: The answer is found on page 25 of the course which you can find here. Links: Let's Talk Science Series K-4 Level 4 - Adventures in the Scientific Method Look Inside Show Highlights: 1:18 - Carrie Lindquist, author of two very popular homeschool curriculum including Foundations Phonics and the Let's Talk Science series for elementary students. Foundations Phonics has been the catalyst for many children to accept Christ as their Savior. 1:36 - Let's Talk Science, an elementary science homeschool curriculum by Master Books, has been voted one of the top ranked science courses by the homeschool community. 2:19 - The different levels of Let's Talk Science (K-4th grade) are described by the author, Carrie Lindquist. 3:43 - The foundation of the Let's Talk Science series is Jeremiah 51:15 - “He made the earth by his power; he founded the world by his wisdom and stretched out the heavens by his understanding. 4:01 - When we study God's creation through any field of science, we get a first hand view of God's creativity, his wisdom, his grace, his mercy and majesty all on display all through the field of science. 4:15 - The Let's Talk Science series was developed by a homeschool mom for homeschool moms. It is engaging, with hands-on activities, and is very practical for mom. 5:11 - A favorite part of the Let's Talk Science curriculum series is the science notebook. They internalize the knowledge and then express the knowledge to someone else. 5:50 - The course is hands on and very practical. Activities use supplies that are easily found at home or at the local store. There is a lot of flexibility built into it. 6:59 - Check out the youtube playlist of all the experiments from Adventures in Creation Level 1 and Adventures in the Physical World Level 2 performed by a student with her mom and sister. 7:57 - Master Books offers over 30 different homeschool science courses to choose from. Each one teaches from the biblical worldview. 10:00 - Questions are built into the course to help foster the student's curiosity 11:00 - Carrie gives examples of how friction and force is taught in the science curriculum and how easy it is for the student to see the practical application of it. 11:50 -  "Something that is so important to me in this series is that everything we see in science points us back to God." Carrie Lindquist 13:07- Scientific lessons are also used to teach spiritual lessons to the students. Force and friction are used to reveal how you can experience friction in your relationships. Students memorize Scripture to help them learn the spiritual lessons. 14:00 - "God made science to be that reminder to us of His character adn who we are to be in him." 14:30 - Book give-away. Question from Level 4 page 25. 16:00 - How Let's Talk Science is designed to help the busy mom of a growing family. 18:35 - Prayers from Adventures in the Scientific Method - Level 4 prayed over the families and students.

Beyond Measure with Christina Whitlock
Episode 108: Cheers to Un-Hurrying Your Elementary-Aged Students

Beyond Measure with Christina Whitlock

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 19:19


Why are we in such a hurry to get our younger students onto the next big thing? Well, it's time for a confession: I'm not. Listen in for more. Additional episode recommendations and more can be found by clicking this link. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beyondmeasure/message

Pop Culture Confidential
323: Abbott Elementary's breakout star Janelle James!

Pop Culture Confidential

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 30:48


Emmy, Golden Globe & Critics Choice nominated for her role on the ABC hit sitcom 'Abbott Elementary', actor Janelle James on Pop Culture Confidential! Ms. James talks to Christina about her incredible performance as Principal Ava, her stand-up career (she's opened for Chris Rock & Amy Schumer) and much more! Photo: ABC Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Madison Christian Church
Elementary Video: 1-8-23

Madison Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 0:05


Children's Ministry https://www.madisonchristian.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/IMG_8712.jpg Elementary Video: 1-8-23 clean

FORTiTUDE
S5E10 - Ready, Set, READ!

FORTiTUDE

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 30:45


This #edchat is all about #literacy. It's the foundation for all other learning. Reading unlocks everything else students encounter. Elementary teachers have deployed new tools that allow them to zero-in on each student's skills, offer individualized support and provide regular feedback to families. Hear how we're building better readers in this FORTiTUDE podcast.  #letrs #publicschoolproud

The GOTDamn Kylan Show
S3 E28 Abbott Elementary, Lizzo, Skip Bayless, Dusty of the Day

The GOTDamn Kylan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 13:27


Today we talked about Abbott Elementary. We talked about Lizzo. We talked about Skip Bayless. And we had 3 Dusty's of the Day.

Post Show Recaps: LIVE TV & Movie Podcasts with Rob Cesternino
Abbott Elementary Season 2 Episode 11 Recap, ‘Read-A-Thon'

Post Show Recaps: LIVE TV & Movie Podcasts with Rob Cesternino

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 75:58


This week, Chappell (@chappells_show) and Gia (@classicallygia) recap Season 2 Episode 11 of Abbott Elementary. The post Abbott Elementary Season 2 Episode 11 Recap, ‘Read-A-Thon' appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.

School Librarians United with Amy Hermon
206 Elementary Genrefication

School Librarians United with Amy Hermon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 72:01


Shelley Kappeler shares strategies for incorporating Universal Design while promoting student access to the entire collection. I would like to thank composer Nazar Rybak at Hooksounds.com for the music you've heard today.   Capstone *use UNITED for $20 off $100 or more on print and ebooks Sports Illustrated Myths and Legends Editable PD Certificate FAQ's and ISO (In search of…) Online Doctoral Programs SLU Playlists APA format for citing a podcast/podcast app E60 Genrefication in the Elementary Library (Feb 2020) Shelley's Show Notes!!!

Something Rhymes with Purple

It's a smokin' hot episode today people as we delve into the world of Smoking.  We'll run into Colombos, Hamlet and Charles Dickens as we uncover why we have pipe dreams, why stogie cigars are linked to wagons, how pipes and musical instruments are connected and that the original meaning of blowing smoke up someone's arse is very different from today's..  Susie will make sure our understanding of smoking idioms is up to snuff and Gyles shares tales of an icon of his that is synonymous with the pipe.  We love hearing from you, find us @SomethingRhymes on Twitter and Facebook, @SomethingRhymesWith on Instagram or you can email us here: purple@somethinelse.com We currently have 20% off at the SRwP official merchandise store, just head to: https://kontraband.shop/collections/something-rhymes-with-purple Want even more purple, people? Join the Purple Plus Club by clicking the banner in Apple podcasts or head to purpleplusclub.com to listen on other platforms' Don't forget that you can join us in person at our upcoming tour, tap the link to find tickets: www.somethingrhymeswithpurple.com  Enjoy Susie's Trio for the week:  Twithought: A fleeting thought Potgun: Something that makes a lot of noise but that is ultimately irrelevant. Holy Willie: hypocritically pious person Gyles reads ‘Fall' by Connie Bensley When you're falling Expect a split second of thought before you hit the stone, stair or ground   How to use it? Worrying about the dog? No Regretting your ancient underwear? No Cursing the car which is careering towards you? No   Use this tick of time to turn your head in such a way that your teeth avoid the primary impact   This will enable you to smile at the first responder When he bends to lift you with his big hands out of the gutter A Somethin' Else & Sony Music Entertainment production.   Find more great podcasts from Sony Music Entertainment at sonymusic.com/podcasts     To bring your brand to life in this podcast, email podcastadsales@sonymusic.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
Sheryl Lee Ralph - "Abbott Elementary" & "Sleigh"

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 6:46


“I choose to be happy.” Emmy award winner Sheryl Lee Ralph shares her secret to staying motivated in her acting career journey, the reason fans connect to “Abbott Elementary” weekly, and her unexpected decision to make the Christmas album, “Sleigh.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fresh Air
Sheryl Lee Ralph Of 'Abbott Elementary'

Fresh Air

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 45:19 Very Popular


Our series of favorite interviews from 2022 kicks off with Sheryl Lee Ralph. She won an Emmy for her role as the veteran teacher Barbara Howard on the hit ABC sitcom Abbott Elementary, about an under-resourced Philly school. We talk about her long career in showbiz — from Dreamgirls on Broadway to Moesha, and how she made her own way in an industry that didn't offer many parts to Black women. Also, film critic Justin Chang shares his list of the top 11 movies of the year.