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Classical Education
Dr. Richard Ferrier on Embracing Adventitious Experiences to Become a Well-Educated Person

Classical Education

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 103:09


About our Guest: Dr. Richard Ferrier was born April 18th 1948, Berkeley California, married wife Kathyrn 1972, 8 children, 9 grandchildren. He is currently a faculty member  with Thomas Aquinas College (1978-present).   B.A. Liberal Arts 1971, St Johns College, Annapolis M.A. and Ph.D History of Science 1980, Indiana University Teacher at Key School, Annapolis 1969-74 (taught Algebra, Geometry, Physics, Greek, English and American Lit, Drama, and Music) Founding Board Member St. Augustine Academy, Ventura California. Chairman Ventura County Republican Party 1991-2, Vice Chairman "Yes on 209" campaign, 1996. Prop 209 banned, by Constitutional Amendment, preferential treatment by race, sex, or ethnicity in state agencies. It passed and is still state law. His most recent book is The Declaration of America,Our Principles in Thought and Action, published by St. Augustine's Press.   Show NotesDr. Ferrier is a true sage in classical education and his wisdom shines in this discussion. Hearing from his heart as a dad and grandparent was an absolute blessing. This interview was an absolute delight. We jumped from beautiful topic to beautiful topic. Dr. Ferrier and Trae shared several personal stories and especially discuss the upbringing of boys during several various points in this episode. The bullet point summary, as well as the book list,  provides a good snap shot of the depth and breadth of this conversation.  He wisely said "We live in a world of riches, why should we waste our minds?"Some topics in this episode include: Defining classical education and making free men Liberal Arts v. Servile Arts (useful arts) Arithmetic & Geometry as the music and dance of the quadrivium The importance of music for the human soul  Civics through American patriotic hymns The importance of reading to your children How to read well and simply delight in great books from Dr. Seuss to the best American Speeches to Homer and back to nonsense poetry!  The arts of grammar, logic/dialectics, and rhetoric Teaching rhetoric with the best speeches The importance of integrative instruction through the 7 Classical Liberal Arts and the useful arts Why practitioners in the "useful arts" NEED to know how to think well and communicate well Educating boys and giving them great books as well as hands on experience with tools and going fishing Adventitious learning  The difficulties in homeschooling that drive a parent to online learning He shared his personal testimonies with homeschooling his children and what struggles they had Books & Resources In This EpisodeMother GooseDr. Seuss (The Cat in the Hat)Ogden NashThe Declaration of IndependenceThe Constitution of the United StatesEdward Lear's Book of NonsenseJabberwocky by Lewis CarrollHomer's Illiad and OdysseyLincolns' Speeches and Euclid's Elements"John Brown's Body" by Stephen Vincent Benét"By the Waters if Babylon" by Stephen Vincent Benét"The Devil and Daniel Webster" by Stephen Vincent Benét"The Destruction of Sennacherib" by Lord ByronThe Christmas Carol by Charles DickensI Saw Three Ships by Elizabeth GoudgeLandmark BooksTolkien TrilogyFaustPensées by Blaise PascalDostoevsky"Siddhartha" by Hermann Hesse"The Glass Bead Game" by Hermann Hesse "Beneath the Wheel" by Hermann HesseCalvin Coolidge's Speech on The Declaration of Independence: Lecture by Dr. FerrierMoviesGettysburgJohn AdamsKen Burn's Civil War seriesCasablancaFavorite QuoteVirgil when he is looking at the destruction of his home. "sunt lacrimae rerum"--- Tears for thingsPlease Support us on Patreon_________________________________________________________Credits:Sound Engineer: Andrew HelselLogo Art: Anastasiya CFMusic: Vivaldi's Concerto for 2 Violins in B flat major, RV529 : Lana Trotovsek, violin Sreten Krstic, violin with Chamber Orchestra of Slovenian Philharmonic © 2022 Beautiful Teaching. All Rights Reserved ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

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Ibn 'Arabi Society
Thus Spoke Adam

Ibn 'Arabi Society

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 35:03 Very Popular


Srijan Foundation Talks
Sulba Sutra Geometry: Can we teach it in schools today? | C.K. Raju SrijanTalks

Srijan Foundation Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 75:38


Sulba Sutra Geometry: Can we teach it in schools today? | C.K. Raju SrijanTalks

The blu3collaroffroad's Podcast
Bad Geometry, Sketchy Beer, and Cody Buys a Vacuum #96

The blu3collaroffroad's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 110:36 Very Popular


In this episode we say a prayer for the Green Buggy which we hope will be done someday soon. Drank questionable beer from Ruffstuff or something, found out the real reason people need a suckdown winch, and went way off the rails in the second half.

The JEWEL Network
Thought and Energy Creates Geometry

The JEWEL Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 105:00


J.E.W.E.L Neuro Re-Design Hour Host: Dr Jewel Pookrum Topic: Thought and Energy Creates Geometry Call 347.215.9531 Visit https://neuro-redesign.com

The JEWEL Network
Thought and Energy Creates Geometry

The JEWEL Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 58:00


J.E.W.E.L Neuro Re-Design Hour Host: Dr Jewel Pookrum Topic: Thought and Energy Creates Geometry Call 347.215.9531 Visit https://neuro-redesign.com

Astro arXiv | all categories
The Chocolate Chip Cookie Model: Dust Geometry of Milky-Way like Disk Galaxies

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 0:46


The Chocolate Chip Cookie Model: Dust Geometry of Milky-Way like Disk Galaxies by Jiafeng Lu et al. on Monday 19 September We present a new two-component dust geometry model, the textit{Chocolate Chip Cookie} model, where the clumpy nebular regions are embedded in a diffuse stellar/ISM disk, like chocolate chips in a cookie. By approximating the binomial distribution of the clumpy nebular regions with a continuous Gaussian distribution and omitting the dust scattering effect, our model solves the dust attenuation process for both the emission lines and stellar continua via analytical approaches. Our Chocolate Chip Cookie model successfully fits the inclination dependence of both the effective dust reddening of the stellar components derived from stellar population synthesis and that of the emission lines characterized by the Balmer decrement for a large sample of Milky-Way like disk galaxies selected from the main galaxy sample of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS). Our model shows that the clumpy nebular disk is about 0.55 times thinner and 1.6 times larger than the stellar disk for MW-like galaxies, whereas each clumpy region has a typical optical depth $tau_{rm{cl,V}} sim 0.5$ in $V$ band. After considering the aperture effect, our model prediction on the inclination dependence of dust attenuation is also consistent with observations. Not only that, in our model, the dust attenuation curve of the stellar population naturally depends on inclination and its median case is consistent with the classical Calzetti law. Since the modelling constraints are from the optical wavelengths, our model is unaffected by the optically thick dust component, which however could bias the model's prediction of the infrared emissions. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.08515v1

The JEWEL Network
Thought and Energy Creates Geometry

The JEWEL Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 58:00


J.E.W.E.L Neuro Re-Design Hour Host: Dr Jewel Pookrum Topic: Thought and Energy Creates Geometry Call 347.215.9531 Visit https://neuro-redesign.com

Ibn 'Arabi Society
A Fresh Look at Ibn Sabʿīn: The Circular Scale of Transcendence and Mediation

Ibn 'Arabi Society

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 35:04


The End Time Blog Podcast
Non-Euclidean geometry in the Bible. Really

The End Time Blog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 8:52


The Bible shows advanced science. Today for example, we look at a verse that is founded on 4 dimensions, then I look at how painter Salvador Dali represented the crucifixion in 4 dimensions. This episode is also available as a blog post: http://the-end-time.org/2022/09/15/non-euclidean-geometry-in-the-bible-really-2/

Council of Geeks
Jumpgate #26 - The Geometry of Shadows

Council of Geeks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 67:33


Vera Wylde and Jessie Gender take up residence on Babylon 5, taking in one episode at a time. Season 2, Episode 3, The Geometry of Shadows - The station sees the arrival of Technomages that put some residents on edge, though Londo sees an opportunity. Meanwhile Girabaldi ponders going back to work while Ivanova is tasked with resolving one of the stupidest conflicts in all of science fiction.

The JEWEL Network
Thought and Energy Creates Geometry

The JEWEL Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 58:00


J.E.W.E.L Neuro Re-Design Hour Host: Dr Jewel Pookrum Topic: Thought and Energy Creates Geometry Call 347.215.9531 Visit https://neuro-redesign.com

Pod Gave Rock'N Roll To You
Africa/A 6th Grade Geometry Lesson

Pod Gave Rock'N Roll To You

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 48:55


Twitter: @podgaverockInsta: @podgaverockSpecial Guest Host: Russ DavisToto “Africa” from the 1982 album "Toto IV" released on Columbia. Written by David Paich and Jeff Porcaro and produced by David Paich.Personel:David Paich lead and backing vocals, synthesizer, pianoBobby Kimball - lead and backing vocals, percussionSteve Lukather – electric guitar, backing vocalsSteve Porcaro - synthesizersDavid Hungate - bass guitarJeff Procaro – drums, cowbell, gong, additional percussionGuest musiciansLenny Castro - congas, shakers, additional percussionTimothy B Schmit - 12-string acoustic guitar, backing vocalsJoe Porcaro – percussion, marimbaJim Horn - recordersCover:Performed by Josh BondIntro Music:"Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton.Other Artists Mentioned:They Might Be Giants “Flood”Faith No More “Angel Dust”Faith No More “Epic”They Might Be Giants “Particle Man”M83 Band of HorsesNeil YoungThe Flaming LipsWayne CoyneEx VoidJoanna GruesomeAlanna McArdleJourney “Don't Stop Believing”The Outfield “Your Love”Bon JoviSteely DanBoz SkaggsQueenELOToto “Rosanna”Led Zeppelin IVBeach BoysMax HeadroomThe EaglesMax MartinSteely DanSoft CellJackson BrowneNew OrderTaylor SwiftDuran DuranCulture ClubChicagoThrillerWeezerThird Eye BlindPanic! at the DiscoThe Tubes “She's a Beauty”Steve PerryThe Clash “Rock the Kasbah”Men at WorkMad MaxREO SpeedwagonPeter GabrielSteve WinwoodAngel City CorrallPeter Bence

The JEWEL Network
Thought and Energy Creates Geometry

The JEWEL Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 59:00


Host: Dr Jewel Pookrum Topic: Thought and Energy Creates Geometry

The JEWEL Network
Thought and Energy Creates Geometry

The JEWEL Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 58:00


J.E.W.E.L Neuro Re-Design Hour Host: Dr Jewel Pookrum Topic: Thought and Energy Creates Geometry Call 347.215.9531 Visit https://neuro-redesign.com

The JEWEL Network
Thought and Energy Creates Geometry

The JEWEL Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 2:00


Host: Dr Jewel Pookrum Topic: Thought and Energy Creates Geometry

Artify Unscripted

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Pushing Daisies
Funky Alaskan Geometry But Scary

Pushing Daisies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 55:08


This is another late night episode, where Chen desperately tries to tell a coherent story about a haunted stretch of area in the Alaskan State, specifically of the triangle variety. There's a ton of lore in this area, and we'll touch base on big sucky air pockets, trans dimensional entrances and alien involvement. There's also a handful of Cryptids and this is where the episode absolutely falls apart, and we hope you listeners enjoy the dismantling of Chen's story today. As always, thank you for listening, please download, like and share! As well as check out our Instagram and leave a comment on the Instagram @pushingdaisespodcast, let us know if you have any theories on the Alaskan Triangle, or send us an email to pushingdaisiespodcast207@gmail.com

Championship Vision
Episode 318: Coach Taylor Jackson (Head Boy's Basketball Coach Social Circle High School) Social Circle, GA "How to Build a Champion in a Small School Setting"

Championship Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 73:28


-Piedmont Academy (2008) -Covenant College, BA Mathematics (2012) -Covenant College, MAT (2013) Experience -Soddy-Daisy Middle School | 7th Grade Math (2013-2014) -Newton High School | Algebra 2 & Geometry, Asst Boys Basketball Coach (2014-2017) -Social Circle High School | Algebra 2, AMDM, Algebra 1, Geometry, Head Boys Basketball Coach (2017-Current) Taylor Jackson has always loved basketball and been passionate about the game. He was a gym rat who grew up playing in recreation leagues and on both the high school and college levels. But even he was shocked at the basketball-centric world he found himself in when he landed his first job as a coach as an assistant under Rick Rasmussen at Newton County in 2014. It was that mindset Jackson brought with him when he arrived at Social Circle as an assistant under Brian Anderson in 2017 to help turn around a program that had hit rock bottom. Social Circle hadn't advanced to state in five years, not even been close. During that stretch, they had a combined record of 23-99. Five years later, the Redskins find themselves 23-0 heading into the final week of the regular season and ranked No. 1 in the state in one prep poll. With a win over Washington-Wilkes last week, they secured the top seed in the Region 8-A Public tournament and a third consecutive berth in the state tournament. When Jackson took over in the next year, he inherited an uber-talented group of youngsters who not only had varsity experience but who understood and accepted the high expectations. Led by Branch and Reid, who averaged 20 and 15 points, respectively, the Redskins won 20 games. More importantly, they snapped a nine-year state tournament drought. Jackson doubled down last year, pushing his squad even harder and harping on every detail. That led to another key point in the Redskins rebuild. The Redskins went on to win 12 of their next 15 , including their first victory in the state tournament in over a decade. The momentum has carried over into this season in a big way. Social Circle has dominated its region, winning by an average of 34 points. In non-league action, the Redskins have 11 wins over teams in higher classifications. For the Social Circle boys basketball team, the heartbreak of losing to Drew Charter in overtime of the of the Class A public state semifinals Saturday night in Valdosta was compounded by the fact that they might actually have won. Ultimately, the game ended tied at 56 after regulation and the Redskins lost 70-66 after the first overtime period. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kevin-furtado/support

Star Magic Healing
Healing Centres, Geometry, Lei Lines, Star Seeds & Unity

Star Magic Healing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022


Star Magic offers the most comprehensive hands-on and distance healing for everyone anywhere in the world. Energy healing is an ability that we all have. Each of us simply needs to be shown how to tap into our inner potential. Once you have trained in Star Magic you can go out into the world and use the skills and tools you learn to elevate your life, your business, and the lives of others. Jerry Sargeant is the founder of Star Magic Healing. He is a powerful motivational speaker, a highly respected and deeply knowledgeable educator, and an international bestselling author. Jerry is world renowned for healing people, creating rapid shifts within them, and transforming their lives on the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual planes. Jerry has trained thousands of Souls in more than 40 countries to facilitate healing using the Star Magic Frequency and is building healing centres around the world in strategic high energy locations. Jerry's Sargeant's Star Magic Healing training courses are highly practical and transformative. They are for anyone who wants to explore energy healing, DNA and third eye activation, and transform their lives by stepping into their authentic power so they can best serve humanity by living in a state of wonder and joy, on an ultra-high vibration. ➡ For more information about Star Magic Training visit: http://starmagichealing.com/facilitator-training ➡ Join my new Telegram group: http://t.me/spiritualgangsta1 ➡ Join my Instagram channel: @sargeantjerry ➡ Download a free guided meditation here: https://www.starmagichealing.com/complimentary-meditation/ ➡ Sign up for a 7 day free trial of our vast Star Magic Meditation Library: https://www.starmagichealing.com/meditations-library/ ➡ Personal healing consultations available: https://www.starmagichealing.com/private-healing ➡ Get access to a whole library of ascension tools: http://starmagichealing.com/welcome-to-infinity

Upzoned
New York's New Experiment in Fighting Gridlock

Upzoned

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 29:51 Very Popular


America's first experiment with charging a toll to enter a congested urban area is going to begin in New York City next year. All next week, a public hearing battle over the details will rage between advocates for and against congestion pricing, which might cost as much as $23 per trip for a passenger vehicle and more than $100 per trip for a commercial vehicle. New Yorkers enjoy the most well-used transit system in America, but it's in need of billions of dollars' worth of maintenance. Congestion pricing might raise $1 billion per year to start paying for it, but the impacts will be profound to almost 2 million people driving into Manhattan daily.  Congestion isn't all bad. The average travel speed for a car in Manhattan has dropped into the single digits—about the same speed as a recreational runner, but these slower speeds reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries.  Can New York drivers commuting in from the outer boroughs afford to pay to get below 60th Street? How can New York City afford to keep allowing so much space for automobiles? Geometry, after all, is a key to this question.  Upzoned host Abby Kinney, an urban planner with Multistudio in Kansas City, takes on these questions (and more) raised in the Guardian article, “No Car for Me: Will a $23 Toll Finally Rid Manhattan of Gridlock?” Abby is joined by podcast guest Jay Stange, Content Manager for Strong Towns, who drove a car four (4!) times during a five-year Manhattan residence beginning in 2010. Additional Show Notes “No Car for Me: Will a $23 Toll Finally Rid Manhattan of Gridlock?” by Wilfred Chan, Guardian (Aug. 2022). Abby Kinney (Twitter). Jay Stange (Twitter). Theme Music by Kemet the Phantom.

Today In Space
Chris Wade | Ethereal Geometry Arts, Rocket Graveyards, and Creating Surreal Space Artwork

Today In Space

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 100:04


On this week's episode we are honored to have Chris Wade of Ethereal Geometry Arts in Hunstville, Alabama on People of Science!  Chris is an artist who works in surrealist style with and Aerospace Engineering, capturing the awe and wonder of his dreams finding abandoned rockets. Alex and Chris discuss the challenges of being an artist, making a living in your passion, and what it takes to get the creative works out of you and on a 'blank canvas', whatever the medium is. We learn about Chris' origin story and how it went from drawing jets, to being obsessed with the guitar & music, and then finding his passion to reenter the arts and start Ethereal Geometry! Please check out Chris' accounts to see his artwork, including some of his latest work making wacky Pet portraits in his surreal-space style. You can also visit him at the Lowell Mill in Huntsville (just give him a heads up you're coming by!) We really enjoyed hearing about how Chris' life has been interconnected with aerospace from a very young age, living in the 'Rocket City' and seeing all the amazing missile defense, ISS operations, and rocket test stands that have been active lately thanks to NASA's Space Launch System and Blue Origin buying one of the historic test stands of the Space Race. A great combination of Arts, Science, Technology, and Engineering to lead us to the Artemis 1 launch and the start of the Artemis Generation! Please follow Chris Wade at: https://etherealgeometryarts.com/ https://www.instagram.com/etherealgeometry/ https://www.instagram.com/rogue_rocketry_photo/ Support the podcast: Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code SPACE at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod Buy a 3D printed gift from our shop ag3dprinting.etsy.com Donate at todayinspace.net Follow us on social: - @todayinspacepod on Instagram & twitter - @todayinspace on TikTok - /TodayInSpacePodcast on Facebook Share the podcast with friends & family!

Pipeline Things
Geometry tools are like the middle child

Pipeline Things

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 39:23


In this episode of Pipeline Things, Things 20 and 21 get into another ILI technology, geometry tools. Christopher and Rhett compare geometry tools to the middle child of ILI technologies compared to EMAT or MFL. They get into different types of geometry tools, deformation tools, and the differences between wrinkles, ripples, and buckles. Highlights: - The difference between wrinkles, ripples, and buckles - Different types of geometry tools - Deformation tools - Validation - What can you get reported? Christopher & Rhett want to answer your questions on an upcoming episode! Connect: Rhett Dotson Christopher De Leon ADV Integrity Be sure to subscribe and leave a comment or rating! Pipeline Things is presented by ADV Integrity and produced by ADV Marketing.

Insightful Principles
IP #118 3 Personal Finance Books That Changed My Life

Insightful Principles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 15:30


IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN1:18 - 3 Personal Finance Book's That Will Change Your Thinking 2:15 - Defining being wealthy vs. being rich2:50 - Using the brain to make smarter financial decisions04:58 - Reducing your exposure to losses in your portfolio 09:36 - The difference between getting money vs. keeping money13:01 - The value of paying yourself first.In this episode Kevin broke down three books that have fundamentally change the trajectory of his life. The books highlighted were The Geometry of Wealth by Brain Portnoy, The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel, & Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley. Please rate, leave a review, & share.  Sponsors:Buzzsprout, the best way to start a podcast!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1305358Safely secure your crypto with Ledger, the largest crypto hardware wallet! https://shop.ledger.com/?r=aa519baed9caInvest in crypto through a tax advantage retirement account with ITrust Capital!https://itrustcapital.com/referral100?utm_source=partner&utm_medium=youtube&utm_campaign=partner850&oid=10&affid=850Show email & contact info:Email: insightfulprinciples@gmail.comLinkTree: https://linktr.ee/insightfulprinciplesSocial Media:Instagram & Tik Tok: @insightfulprinciplesTwitter: @insightprinplesLinkedIn: Kevin Jenkins Clubhouse: @kevnjenkins#personal #finance #reads #insightful #principlesSupport the show

Capturing Nature
Ep. 8: The Geometry of Nature Photography: Visual Balance & Head Angles

Capturing Nature

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 55:36


Episode #8 will take an in-depth examination of the compositional element of "visual balance." We will explore the concept, how to develop an eye for visual balance, how to use it to increase the visual impact of your images, and how to develop the skill for detecting visual balance in a scene before you press the shutter. So often, what could have been an excellent image, is left wanting due to a lack of visual balance. [caption id="attachment_5081" align="aligncenter" width="400"] The reflection in this image helps provides visual balance to this image.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_5082" align="aligncenter" width="600"] This image is visually balanced from right to left as the iguana's head and rock flow to the thinner section of body and rock in the lower left.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_5084" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The curves of the Snake River flowing toward the dip in mountains to the right of Grand Teton peak provides visual balance along with the larger group of trees to the left and the anchor tree on the right lower corner.[/caption] We take a look at a new filter adaptor that could save you a lot of money on step-down rings. The https://www.precision-camera.com/h-y-revoring-52-72mm-variable-adapter-for-77mm-filters/ (H&Y RevoRing) will change how you use circular filters! Finally, we take a quick look at waiting for the right head angle in wildlife photography. [caption id="attachment_5085" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Why do you find this head angle pleasing? Hint: Consider the eyes.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_5086" align="aligncenter" width="600"] While this body position is certainly odd (which I enjoy about the image), what is it about the head angle that makes the image more pleasing?[/caption] [caption id="attachment_5087" align="aligncenter" width="600"] What about this head angle is pleasing or displeasing to your eye?[/caption]  

Leading Equity
LE 257: How to Embed Equity in STEM with Diana Bonilla and Nadia Ruiz Lopez

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 43:17 Very Popular


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! About Diana Bonilla Diana Bonilla has been a science, and bilingual science, educator in the Chicago area for 6 years now. Her passion and work revolve around creating an equitable science curriculum for racially and linguistically marginalized youth. This passion stems from her own experience as a bilingual, first generation, Mexican-American student and learner navigating the sciences and our educational systems. She is currently working on her dissertation at UIC focusing on transforming the science classroom for emergent bilingual youth. About Nadia Ruiz Lopez Nadia Ruiz Lopez is currently in her 21st year at Leyden High School in Northlake Illinois.  She has taught all levels of Algebra and Geometry throughout her career.  In addition to teaching these courses she is also the Head Math Team Coach, a SAT Prep Math Teacher, a Sophomore Advisor and is currently a member of the Equity and Justice Committee.  She received her Bachelors of Science in Mathematics from the University of Illinois-Chicago, a Masters of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction from Olivet University and a Masters of Educational Technology from American College of Education.  She has focused on providing a classroom environment that is positive and encouraging learning, utilizes technology to advance students comprehension all the while making every effort to bring focus on students individuality, strengths and culture.  Show Highlights Equity in STEM Making everyone feel included in the lessons Student investment in their learning Social Justice in math Teaching examples Connect with Diana Email Connect with Nadia Email Twitter Additional Resources Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about the Advocacy Room Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities Annihilating Racial Injustice in School Course FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Buns & Banter
S2 E2 Quiet Quitting and Tommy Lee Geometry

Buns & Banter

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 47:44


This may be our most NSFW episode ever...which is ironic becuase we spend the majority talking about work stuff. Go figure. Lauren and Aly talk about "Quiet Quitting" and then delve into a much *larger* topic...one that concerns Mr. Tommy Lee. Enjoy...probably with headphones! xo L&A

Ibn 'Arabi Society
The Ambiguities of Union: Fana & Baqa

Ibn 'Arabi Society

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 38:28 Very Popular


The Spiral Dance with Hawthorne

The belief that God created the universe according to a geometric plan has ancient origins. I'm not so sure that anything created the universe - or more accurately, the Multi-verse - I kind of believe that it created itself, or in a word, it's come-of itself. But, whatever the case may be I think it's fair-enough to say that there is an intelligence - perhaps an intelligence WE would consider to be Devine - that seems to be, shall we say, in the Director's Chair. And if that's fair to say, then what might be the tools by which Devine Intelligence directs the show? The Ancients, and many people today, believe the answer can be found in mathematics; specifically Geometry. So, this week we delve into the world of Pythagoras and Plato. We enter Metatron's Cube and come out in the Fourth Dimension! Be well. Do good. Enjoy the show!

The Altrusian Grace Media Podcast
The Kybalion - The Principle of Correspondence - Hermetics

The Altrusian Grace Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 4:00


The Kybalion - The Principle of Correspondence - Hermetic teachings, Gnostic wisdom, Occult knowledge. The Principle of Correspondence "As above, so below; as below, so above." The Kybalion. This Principle embodies the truth that there is always a Correspondence between the laws and phenomena of the various planes of Being and Life. The old Hermetic axiom ran in these words: "As above, so below; as below, so above." And the grasping of this Principle gives one the means of solving many a dark paradox, and hidden secret of Nature. There are planes beyond our knowing, but when we apply the Principle of Correspondence to them we are able to understand much that would otherwise be unknowable to us. This Principle is of universal application and manifestation, on the various planes of the material, mental, and spiritual universe--it is an Universal Law. The ancient Hermetists considered this Principle as one of the most important mental instruments by which man was able to pry aside the obstacles which hid from view the Unknown. Its use even tore aside the Veil of Isis to the extent that a glimpse of the face of the goddess might be caught. Just as a knowledge of the Principles of Geometry enables man to measure distant suns and their movements, while seated in his observatory, so a knowledge of the Principle of Correspondence enables Man to reason intelligently from the Known to the Unknown. Studying the monad, he understands the archangel. *JOIN MY PATREON at https://www.patreon.com/altrusiangracemedia *BECOME A YOUTUBE CHANNEL MEMBER at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMzRTOugvDLwhSwJdoSWBZA/join *JOIN THE CULT OF STARRY WISDOM at https://altrusiangrace.bandcamp.com/starry-wisdom-cult *MY TSHIRTS AND DESIGNS ON AMAZON at https://amzn.to/3peS9j3 *MY NEW 2022 MERCH LINE "OCCULT NOUVEAU" at https://amzn.to/3OeUHZL *MY TSHIRTS AND DESIGNS ON TEEPUBLIC at https://teepublic.sjv.io/XxvPDX *LICENSE MY MUSIC FOR YOUR PROJECT at https://www.pond5.com/artist/altrusiangracemedia *MY BOOKS ON AMAZON at https://amzn.to/3oQGh6A As an Amazon Associate I earn a small amount from qualifying purchases and it helps to support my channel. Please consider LIKING the video, SUBSCRIBING to the channel, and SHARING the links! These simple actions go a long way in supporting AGM and is truly appreciated!  ~~Places to follow and support Altrusian Grace Media~~ Website ► https://altrusiangrace.blogspot.com/ Bandcamp ► https://altrusiangrace.bandcamp.com Teepublic Store ► https://teepublic.sjv.io/XxvPDX Twitter ► https://twitter.com/AltrusianGrace Rumble ► https://rumble.com/c/c-375437 YouTube ► https://www.youtube.com/AltrusianGraceMedia Odessy ► https://odysee.com/@altrusiangracemedia:1 Bitchute ► https://www.bitchute.com/channel/altrusiangracemedia/ To kindly donate directly to my channel: www.paypal.me/altrusiangrace For inquiries regarding voice-over work or licensing for my work (including music) please contact altrusiangracemedia ((at)) gmail.com AGM BACKUP CONTENT ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO0nCG5aqB1CHyU3Xf0TUbg  

Ibn 'Arabi Society
The Structure of the Universe as a Network

Ibn 'Arabi Society

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 42:34


Pipettes and Politics
Tatyana Sharpee | Hyperbolic geometry in biological systems

Pipettes and Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 27:21


Tatyana Sharpee, a professor and chair at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, won the 2022 DeLano Award for Computational Biosciences, which recognizes the most accessible and innovative development or application of computer technology to enhance research in the life sciences at the molecular level. Sharpee's lab studies how the brain and other biological systems work while their components are developing and aging. Her team uses information theory to quantify the activity of neurons. She presented her award lecture, "Hyperbolic geometry in biological systems," on Monday, April 4, at the 2022 ASBMB Annual Meeting, held in conjunction with Experimental Biology, in Philadelphia. Learn more about her work: https://www.asbmb.org/asbmb-today/people/120821/sharpee-sees-many-ways-of-looking-at-a-tree.

Toy Photographers Podcast
Geometry - what's it good for?

Toy Photographers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 88:29


Recently Shelly Corbett chatted with Sabrina Perry and Chris Whitlow about one of our photo challenges: #TP_Geometry. We had a lively discussion regarding Geometry - what's it good for? It turns, a lot! Geometry is an important compositional tool and can turn your photos from ok to fantastic with a little awareness of how and when to use it. A few of our take aways With any good discussion, our insights were many. Here is a partial list of what we cover in this conversation: Using any word associate with math is probably not the best selling point Formal composition is your friend. In fact, its really important! Understanding the various forms of mathematical composition can help you understand why an image works. This gives you a stronger base to work from. Composition is only one tool in your photography tool box. Photography has a lot of moving parts to keep in your mind at once. What? Those guidelines on the back of my camera and phone have a purpose! Yes, turn them on!! Check out all the image that we discuss over on the blog.  As always, we'd love to hear your thoughts after listening to the episode; leave a comment below or join our communities on MeWe, Facebook, or Instagram! Also, please be sure to “revisit” the blog for all things toy photography-related! 

The Nonlinear Library
LW - Distillation Contest - Results and Recap by Aris

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 11:30


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Distillation Contest - Results and Recap, published by Aris on July 29, 2022 on LessWrong. This post: Announces the winning submissions to the Distillation Contest Gives further insight into the scoring process for the contest Examines the effectiveness of our advertising strategies Gives a brief impact estimate of the contest Shares my advice for community builders who are planning to run contests Notes: A huge thank you to Akash and all of the judges for this contest! This wouldn't have been possible without their work. I'm definitely not perfect! I imagine there are better ways to advertise, run, and score a contest, so I wanted to be transparent about my process so that other people could make suggestions if they have ideas for improvements. Want to use the materials from the Distillation Contest to run your own version? I'm in the process of creating a platform for EA contests and will soon have a demo site up! I'm planning to upload all of the Distillation contest materials into a “bundle” so that anyone can host their own contest easily. Once the site is up (hopefully in the next couple of weeks), feel free to use anything there and iterate to make better resources. If you have your own EA contest resources and would like to make them available to other people, I'd love to add them to the notion! Cross-posted on the EA Forum. Winners The submission winning first place in the Distillation Contest is Understanding Selection Theorems by UC Berkeley's Adam Khoja – distilling John Wentworth's Selection Theorems: A Program for Understanding Agents. Our second-place winner is The Geometry of Adversarial Perturbations by Gabriel Wu from Harvard University – a distillation of Universal Adversarial Perturbations. We've granted 15 other prizes, six $500 awards, and nine $250 awards, plus three honorable mentions. The six $500 winners are listed below, with their distillations linked to their names. You can find the other finalists, and their distillations, on the EA Berkeley distillation contest winners page. Callum McDougal, Cambridge Jasper Day, University of Edinburgh (has not yet given permissions to share submission) Harrison Gietz, Louisiana State University Sasha Sato, UC Berkeley Chinmay Deshpande, Harvard University Yash Dave, UC Berkeley Scoring Each submission was scored by two judges (of which we had five total, all of whom actively work in the alignment space). Our rubric took into account the submission's Depth of Understanding, Clarity of Presentation, Concision/Length, Originality of Insight, Accessibility, and two extra-subjective measures: X-Factor and Subjective Rating, explained below. X-Factor Some submissions may end up scoring low despite being amazing because they are exceptional for a quality that's missed by the factors listed above (they make really great applications of the material, they synthesize multiple sources, they have unexpectedly unique and useful dimensions, etc.). You can grant as many additional points to a distillation as you'd like when you score with this X-Factor zone. Most papers will not have an X-factor effect, so do not feel required to give out X-Factor points. Subjective Rating Ignore the rubric. Assume you just had to rate the submission on a scale from 1-10 (including decimals). What rating would you give this submission? Once the judges had scored their submissions, we found the average score for that judge and then divided each submission score by the average to get an adjusted score. If the average score was 40, a score of 50 would turn into a 1.25. There were 19 submissions that were rated above average by both of their judges. Given that this was already above the number of submissions we said we'd award, we moved on to mostly comparing these submissions to one another. We also looked at “controversial” submission...

The Derivative
YOLO is BS, and Investing as just one Dimension of Wealth with Brian Portnoy of Shaping Wealth

The Derivative

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 68:43


Will the real Portnoy please stand up? This week's guest may not be rating pizzas worldwide in one bite, but he is an expert at simplifying the complex world of money — we're sitting down with the one and only Brian Portnoy, Ph.D., CFA. Brian(@brianportnoy) is the founder of Shaping Wealth, a coaching and content platform inspiring financial well-being globally. He also has multiple bestselling books on the psychology of money, most notably The Geometry of Wealth (which has been published in 8 different languages.) For this interesting chat, Jeff and Brian dive into YOLOers needing to take some form of agency, where Crypto falls in the 7 dimensions of money life, behavioral conversations (rich vs. wealthy), Financial literacy, the happiness equation, investment expectations, and so much more! Plus, we get exclusive insight into how Brian is "Shaping Wealth" — SEND IT! Chapters: 00:00-01:49 = Intro 01:50-08:00 = The Real Portnoy 08:01-20:06 = Taking some form of Agency & Does Crypto fall into the 7 Dimensions of money life? 20:07-36:36 = Behavioral conversations, Rich vs Wealthy: the Geometry of Wealth & Achieving funded contentment 36:37-46:59 = Youth financial literacy & Behavioral bias with institutional investors 47:00-01:02:10 = The happiness equation, Investment expectations & Offense vs Defense investing 01:02:11-01:08:43 = Behavioral framework Follow along with Brian on Twitter @brianportnoy and for more information on Shaping Wealth, please visit shapingwealth.com Check out Brian's book, The Geometry of Wealth Don't forget to subscribe to The Derivative, and follow us on Twitter at @rcmAlts and our host Jeff at @AttainCap2, or LinkedIn , and Facebook, and sign-up for our blog digest. Disclaimer: This podcast is provided for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as legal, business, or tax advice. All opinions expressed by podcast participants are solely their own opinions and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of RCM Alternatives, their affiliates, or companies featured. Due to industry regulations, participants on this podcast are instructed not to make specific trade recommendations, nor reference past or potential profits. And listeners are reminded that managed futures, commodity trading, and other alternative investments are complex and carry a risk of substantial losses. As such, they are not suitable for all investors. For more information, visit www.rcmalternatives.com/disclaimer

ARTish Plunge
BOB LUNDSTROM: haute pate painter + engineer

ARTish Plunge

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 59:36


Often associated with haute pate painting, Atlanta-based abstract painter BOB LANDSTROM found his preferred art medium through metaphysics and Southwestern landscapes—hand-colored volcanic rock. After decades juggling a conflicted existence as both an electrical engineer and an evening/weekend painter, Bob's persistence in getting his artwork seen has paid off. Now, only a few weeks into his new “full-time” painter role, Bob shares how he has built his presence in the art world, including an upcoming release of his first NFT on Super Rare.As Bob says, “part of being an artist is being out over your ski tips most of the time.”Find Bob:Website:  www.boblandstrom.comInstagram: @boblandstrom Twitter:  boblandstromartMentioned:Matter Painting or haute pate (learn) The Hermetica: The Lost Wisdom of the Pharaohs, by Timothy Freke (read) Quadrivium: The Four Classical Liberal Arts of Number, Geometry, Music, & Cosmology, by Miranda Lundy (read)  Rimbaud: Poems, by Arthur Rimbaud (read) Selected Poetry and Prose, by Stephane Mallarme (read)  Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar...Understanding Philosophy Through Jokes, by Thomas Cathcart (read) Video of Bob in action, including the great yoga swing (watch)Procreate for iPad (explore) Alan Avery Art Company, Atlanta GA (explore)New American Paintings, publication (read) PR For Artists, public relations firm (explore)BG Gallery, Santa Monica (explore)Super Rare, digital art market on Ethereum for art NFT  (explore)Find Me, Kristy Darnell Battani:Website:    https://www.kristybattani.comInstagram:  kristybattaniartFacebook:  kristybattaniartDid you enjoy this episode? If so, please take a moment to leave a comment on Apple PodcastsMusic:"Surf Guitar Madness," Alexis Messier,Licensed by PremiumBeat.comSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/artishplunge)Support the show

Awakening Aphrodite
105. Connecting to Higher Consciousness and Creating Core Harmony and Coherence in Your Home, Space and Self with Sound Technology, Music, Geometry, Vogel-Cut Crystals and Ross Newkirk

Awakening Aphrodite

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 89:54


Hello and welcome back to Awakening Aphrodite! You've probably heard me talk a lot about the importance of understanding how your environment affects your health, mindset, emotional wellness and perspective in life. It's truly indisputable that everything: from the food we eat, to the media we consume, to the people and creatures we interact with on a daily basis shape who (and how!) we are in a very real way. That's why I am thrilled to present you with today's guest, Ross Newkirk, whose inventions actively upgrade the coherence of the immediate environment while harmonizing the electromagnetic fields and constant distractions we each face in our world today. Let's be honest… It's really difficult to find your joy while constantly navigating the many stressors and responsibilities of the typical lifestyle! I have to tell you that Ross Newkirk's Core Harmonizer absolutely changed my LIFE in that regard, and I don't make that claim lightly! You'll hear my personal story about my first time using it in this episode… An amazing experience that completely took me by surprise. In this episode you can also look forward to hearing about coherence, the importance of activating discernment and how to intuitively find your path and purpose. Ross shares insight into his spiritual upbringing, the pain of suddenly losing both parents and his healing journey through grief. He describes the human condition beautifully, and this episode is full of his unique sayings and ideas surrounding identity, self-criticism, spiritual connection, loneliness, creativity and healing. We also talk about EMF's, Marcel Vogel and Vogel-cut crystals, the many inventions of Ross's father and the three "brains" in the human body. *SPECIAL GIFT ALERT* Ross and his team have generously offered a great discount for my listeners! Click on the links below to learn more and make your purchase: Vogel Cut crystals: https://amyfournier.com/vogel-cut-crystals/ The Core Harmonizer: https://amyfournier.com/the-core-harmonizer/ Use code "FitAmyTV10" and treat yourself or a loved one to the same incredible tools that have truly upgraded my ability to enjoy and fully commit to the habits and practices that generate a higher quality of energy and presence in my life. If you try it, I'd LOVE to hear about your experience! And please, as always, leave a review and share this episode to support Awakening Aphrodite! TIME STAMPS 00:09:51 Ross's Upbringing 00:11:05 Defining Coherence 00:15:10 Ross's Tools For Restoring Coherence 00:20:22 How To Develop Discernment 00:24:18 The Three “Brains” Of Your Body 00:28:06 The Lightfield Foundation 00:33:37 The Value Of Raising Your Vibration 00:37:09 Amy's First Experience With Her Core Harmonizer 00:41:39 The Vogel Cut Crystal 00:57:57 Intentions, Thoughts & Actions 01:04:39 Learning From Negative Patterns 01:08:05 Life Lessons From Ross's Parents 01:14:32 How Ross Healed His Traumatic Injury 01:25:24 Ross's Offerings And A Special Offer For You! You can find Amy at amyfournier.com and watch this episode on Awakening Aphrodite Podcast/FitAmyTV! For special discounts on her FAVORITE products, visit her affiliate page!

KQED’s Forum
Alec Wilkinson on his Quest to Learn Calculus At the Edge of Old Age

KQED’s Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 55:29


By his own account, journalist and author Alec Wilkinson was a terrible math student -- and passed his high school math classes only by cheating. But at age 65, he decided he'd try again to learn the subject that had left him feeling abused and aggrieved. His joyful and humbling quest is the subject of his new memoir "A Divine Language.” We'll talk to him about what he learned and we'll hear from you: have you tried to master a subject later in life? Guests: Alec Wilkinson, author, "A Divine Language: Learning Algebra, Geometry, and Calculus at the Edge of Old Age" - He's also a contributing writer for the New Yorker; his previous books include "The Ice Balloon," "The Protest Singer" and "The Happiest Man in the World."

The BNI Mindset
Using your high school math

The BNI Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 10:10


Students always ask Math teachers, "when will I use this?".  Today I talk about using the skills you learned in Geometry...even if hated it!

The New Skool
Creating Funded Contentment with Brian Portnoy

The New Skool

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 39:34


Brian Portnoy, PhD and author, is the founder of Shaping Wealth—a learning technology platform transforming the human experience of money. In this episode, he shares his personal journey to funded contentment and how his coaching and content of Shaping Wealth is helping advisors to do the same with their clients. Brian works with advisors and HR in companies and universities to create financial well-being programs and reach simplicity in the complex world of money. Website: https://www.shapingwealth.com/Brian's Portnoy's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brianportnoy/Brian's Portnoy twitter: https://twitter.com/brianportnoyBrian Portnoy's book: The Geometry of Wealth

Ibn 'Arabi Society
'Tasting, Drinking and Quenching Thirst'

Ibn 'Arabi Society

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 37:47


Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 2267: Thomas Harriot

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 3:50


Dressage Radio Show
677: Martha Cook of Trafalgar Square Books, Contact, and a Trainer Tip About Geometry

Dressage Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 55:22


We talk to Martha Cook--Managing Director of Trafalgar Square Books. After that, Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel comes on to talk about contact. And, to close the show, Reese and Phil have a Trainer Tip about geometry. Listen in...GUESTS AND LINKS DRESSAGE EPISODE 677:Co-Hosts: Reese Koffler-Stanfield and Philip ParkesGuest: Martha Cook of Trafalgar Square Books | Coupon Code DRS22Guest: Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel | Facebook | InstagramBook Club: Bolder, Braver, Brighter - The Rider's Guide to Living Your Best Life on Horseback by Daniel StewartHRN Merchandise!  Find a complete line of screen printed stuff....  and The embroidered merchandise at...Download the FREE Horse Radio Network app for iPhone and AndroidCheck out this other great show in the HRN family: Stall and StableFollow Dressage Radio Show on  Facebook, and follow Horse Radio Network on TwitterPlease visit our sponsors, who make all this possible TRVST Design and Kentucky Performance ProductsSupport the show

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network
Dressage 677: Martha Cook of Trafalgar Square Books, Contact, and a Trainer Tip About Geometry

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 55:22


We talk to Martha Cook--Managing Director of Trafalgar Square Books. After that, Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel comes on to talk about contact. And, to close the show, Reese and Phil have a Trainer Tip about geometry. Listen in...GUESTS AND LINKS DRESSAGE EPISODE 677:Co-Hosts: Reese Koffler-Stanfield and Philip ParkesGuest: Martha Cook of Trafalgar Square Books | Coupon Code DRS22Guest: Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel | Facebook | InstagramBook Club: Bolder, Braver, Brighter - The Rider's Guide to Living Your Best Life on Horseback by Daniel StewartHRN Merchandise!  Find a complete line of screen printed stuff....  and The embroidered merchandise at...Download the FREE Horse Radio Network app for iPhone and AndroidCheck out this other great show in the HRN family: Stall and StableFollow Dressage Radio Show on  Facebook, and follow Horse Radio Network on TwitterPlease visit our sponsors, who make all this possible TRVST Design and Kentucky Performance ProductsSupport the show

Encyclopedia Womannica
Dynamos: Marjorie Rice

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 6:12


Marjorie Rice (1923-2017) is an unlikely mathematician. She never got further than a year of high school math education. And yet, she discovered geometric patterns that had never been found before. Special thanks to Mercedes-Benz, our exclusive sponsor this month! From their early days, Mercedes-Benz has built a legacy championing women to achieve the unexpected. Join us all month long as we celebrate women who have led dynamic lives that have shifted, evolved and bloomed, often later in life, eventually achieving the success for which they were destined from the start. History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more.  Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, Ale Tejeda, Sara Schleede, and Alex Jhamb Burns. Special thanks to Shira Atkins. Original theme music composed by Miles Moran.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at pod@wondermedianetwork.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitter

A+ Parents
Mrs. C: From homeschooling mom to co-op principal to Mr. D Math instructor

A+ Parents

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 23:29


Candi Schultz is from southern California and has been living in Florida since 2014 with her husband, their three children, and their gigantic Golden Doodle. Beyond a love for mathematics, Candi enjoys singing, dancing, and acting. She has done all three professionally and she is blessed to sing in her church choir and act in skits. Candi has homeschooled since her firstborn was in kindergarten. Currently, Candi facilitates Mr. D Math Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra II at Lighthouse Christian Homeschool Academy in Tarpon Springs, Florida. She also leads online help sessions every week.   Thank you for listening to the A+ Parents podcast. If you love the show, don't forget to subscribe, share and leave us a review. Also, follow us online at www.aplusparents.com  www.mrdmath.com or on our social channels @MrDMathlive @aplusparentspodcast   Also, host Dennis DiNoia has a new book out NOW called “Teach: Becoming Independently Responsible Learners. Order your copy: https://aplusparents.com/teach   OR on Amazon   https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09X2B3MG8/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_api_i_DDH16A3BD5X79CSFSQXB  

The Pinkbike Podcast
Episode 131 - PB Editor Seb Stott on Geometry, Lock-Outs, Bad Brakes, & Physics in Bike Reviews

The Pinkbike Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 87:47


We also talk about gearboxes, tire choice, and the challenges of being a tall mountain biker.