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Leading Equity
LE 213: A Conversation Around Supporting Our Black Girls in School with Nyree Clark

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 23:46


About Nyree Clark Nyree Clark is a Curriculum Program Specialist in Technology PreK-6 for the Colton Joint Unified School District. Her journey in education began in 1998 and has been referred to as her “Dream Job” thereafter. She has been a Reading Recovery Teacher, Gifted and Talented Education Certified Teacher, Reading Specialist Teacher on Assignment, and has earned multiple certificates and ambassadorships in the field of Educational Technology. She has taught Kindergarten to fourth grade and currently works at the District Level to support teachers, students, and staff in the integration and implementation of technology and depth and complexity to increase student achievement and productivity.  Professionally, Nyree, was awarded the Affiliate Leader of the Year 2021 through Inland Area CUE affiliate and is a TOSAChat moderator which supports Teachers on Special Assignment worldwide. She is a Co-Founding member of Equity In Action CA which is a group of educators researching and implementing ways to diversify Technology Conferences and Professional Learning settings. She has been appointed to the Instructional Coaches Advisory Board for Future Ready Schools Organization which seeks to lead through innovative professional practices. She excels in making connections with people across the globe and is very passionate about amplifying the voices of the unheard through culturally responsive teaching pedagogy. Show Highlights Disproportionality in school discipline Colorism in Black girls Culturally Responsive Practices Content Autobiographies Engaging with parents Additional resources Connect with Nyree Email: msnyreeclark@gmail.com Twitter: @MsNyreeClark Instagram: nyree_edu Twitter Hashtags #CRTedu #MakeEquityAVerb nyreeclark.com     Equity In Action CA bit.ly/AAPAC_CJUSD Additional Resources Annihilating Racial Injustice in School Course FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies Learn more about the Advocacy Room

Elevating Early Childhood
A Preschool Circle Time Routine that Really Works - Part 2

Elevating Early Childhood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 33:57


In last week's episode, I talked about how it can be a real challenge to get young children to listen and pay attention during circle time. But what if I told you it doesn't have to be that way?What if there was a recipe for a successful circle time that you could follow?Wouldn't that be amazing? I know, I know - it sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? Well, it isn't!In today's episode of Elevating Early Childhood, a very special guest is joining us to discuss circle time - my good friend Jamie White!Jamie is known for her highly effective circle time games. And she's a four-time speaker at our annual Soar to Success Summit for early childhood educators.So, tune in to learn best practices and troubleshooting tips to make your circle time the very best for you and your students! Key Takeaways:How to have a successful circle time (00:00)What to do if your kids are too wiggly to sit (02:06)One common mistake that preschool teachers make with circle time (04:19)How to make the most out of your circle time (07:39)How to get your children to stay focused (12:48)What to do if your children won't come to circle time or get up and wander (20:52)The importance of picking the right books to read aloud  (27:21) Additional Resources:- Visit our website to find tons of pre-K teaching resources here.- Visit Jamie's website here.- Get my book “Teach Smarter: Literacy Strategies for Early Childhood Teachers”.- Learn more about my exclusive mentorship program, “Teaching Trailblazers”.- For some preschool morning meeting ideas, click here.- Listen to Part 1 of this episode here.- Click here for preschool circle time song ideas.- Get your rectangular Editable Picture Schedule Cards here.- Get square Editable Picture Schedule Cards, click here.Elevating Early Childhood is an early education podcast dedicated to helping Pre-K, Preschool, and Kindergarten teachers teach better, save time, and live more.If you enjoy the podcast, please follow, rate, and leave a review on your favorite podcast platform.--Onward & Upward!--Disclaimer:Pre-K Pages is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program. The word “affiliate” means that we may earn a small commission if/when you click on or make purchases via these links at no additional cost to you.As a policy, the Company will only affiliate with products, services, consultants or experts that we believe will provide value to our customers and followers.You recognize that it remains your personal responsibility to investigate whether any affiliate offers are right for you and will benefit you. You will not rely on any recommendation, reference, or information provided by the Company but will instead conduct your own investigation and will rely upon your investigation to decide whether to purchase the affiliate product or service.

Marriage and Money
#60 - Everything I Needed to Know About Personal Finance I Learned in Kindergarten

Marriage and Money

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 31:23


We get it, managing your personal finances can seem hard, but if you break it down you'll find these are all simple concepts you learned to embrace years ago as a kid. The key is taking these simple concepts and applying them to your financial life. In today's discussion we break down these financial best practices into behaviors you've been doing since kindergarten. Email: marriageandmoneypodcast@gmail.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marriage.and.money/

The Founders Live Podcast
150 - Pawel Paczuski of Upmedic: Play Feedback Ping Pong With Your Customers To Improve Your Service

The Founders Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 40:03


Nick Hughes is joined by Pawel Paczuski, who is the CEO of Upmedic from Warsaw, Poland. Upmedic provides an intelligent system of reports created for medical clinicians. Nick and Pawel start the conversation by learning how Pawel got started working with computers in Kindergarten as a youngster.  We then hear how he got started in entrepreneurship and creating his own company. Nick inquires about how his team discovered Founders Live Gdansk and they eventually won the event, and Pawel provides his pitching tips and lessons learned from the experience. We then shift to discovering what problem they saw in the world and how they solved it with their product, how they launched their MVP and tested - playing a concept of feedback ping pong with your users to improve your early product using the feedback!We end with Pawel giving a few lessons learned and advice to early stage entrepreneurs. This is a very fun and interesting conversation with a founder who is emerging as a great leader in Europe.  We hope it helps you today!https://www.upmedic.io/en-us/

Discover Lafayette
Girl Scouts – Pines to the Gulf’s Rachel Broussard and Keesha Buteau

Discover Lafayette

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 53:27


Rachel Broussard and Keesha Buteau of the Girls Scouts of Louisiana – Pines to the Gulf, join us today. We've invited Rachel and Keesha to share the Girl Scout story. And, as many diehard fans know, it's almost time for the annual cookie sale.  Rachel Broussard serves as CEO of Pines to the Gulf and has over 20 years of service with the organization. A Kaplan native, she graduated from UL-Lafayette. Her background in the military afforded her the opportunity to attend college as her tuition was covered. She first worked for Acadiana Youth, and then joined the Girl Scouts in what was then known as Bayou Girl Scout Council covering 13 parishes in the Acadiana region. Keesha Buteau serves as Chief Operating Officer and began her service with the Scouts in January 2006.  A Lafayette native, she graduated from Acadiana High School and was inspired by participating in Girls State. While she originally thought she wanted to go into law and had the opportunity to work with the District Attorney's office in the Juvenile Division, her heart broke as she saw the "kids in shackles, little kid chain gangs." She realized that she wanted to help young people before they got into trouble. While her parents were originally a bit dismayed by her shifted career focus, she has never regretted her commitment to serving youth and believes the Girl Scouts is a perfect fit. Today, Girl Scouts of Louisiana - Pines to the Gulf serves girls in the 42 parishes west of the Mississippi River. Participants can be as young as Kindergarten and go through 12th grade. While COVID has been tough on everyone, both agreed that incorporating technology such as Zoom has been a godsend in helping organizations learn how to communicate more effectively. The Girl Scouts members are all female, and focus solely on girls and its activities are only participated in by girls. While there is a place for the Boy Scouts, the Girl Scout organization stands firm that single-sex programming is beneficial to young girls who are fighting to find their way in the world. "Although your daughter likely goes to school with boys, and might play Saturday morning sports and share the local playground with them, the realities of her day-to-day life are anything but the same as those of her male peers. In fact, studies show that in coed learning environments, boys receive more praise than girls when they call out in class, making girls less likely to raise their hands. Furthermore, boys are allowed to problem solve on their own during class time, which fosters independence, whereas teachers tend to step in and “help” girls, leading girls to question their own abilities." Learn more at https://www.girlscouts.org/en/raising-girls/happy-and-healthy/happy/girls-only-single-gender-empowering-girls.html The Girl Scouts were founded in Savannah, Georgia by Juliette Gordon Low in 1912. The programming has consistently focused on service and the Girl Scout Promise rings true of what you expect from young leaders: "On my honor, I will try: To serve God and my country, To help people at all times, to live by the Girl Scout." The goal of the Scouts is to help the girls grow as they learn positive values, to take their skills into their communities, and make a positive difference. "That is at the core of who we are as Girls Scouts", according to Rachel Broussard. "to make lasting and respectful connections, and to go out and solve problems in their communities." Keesha's daughter is a Girl Scout Cadet at 11 years of age, having started the scouts in kindergarten. As her mom, Keesha limits outside activities to 2 or 3 to preserve family time, and her daughter always puts Scouts at the top of the list of what she wants to participate in. The interaction with her daughters' troop continually inspires Keesha to see the value of scouting. "Be a Friend First" is a valued program that teaches self-confidence, how to have healthy habits and relationships.

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits
185. Donor Engagement Kindergarten Style: The Golden Rule - Jonathan McCoy and CFRE, Becky Endicott, CFRE

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 29:52


Are you aware that everything you ever wanted to know about NEXT LEVEL donor engagement is found in those time-honored lessons learned in kindergarten? We're launching a new Friday series, Kindergarten Principles Build Thriving Nonprofit Cultures. This week we dive into what we can learn from The Golden Rule. We're bringing principles, case study examples, and Pro Tips of how to infuse this in your culture to each discussion, so you know who's implementing this well and who's harnessing innovation to connect with their donors and communities. Episode OverviewThe principle of The Golden Rule: treat others how you want to be treated (3:00)Applying this principle (5:45)Case studies of who is doing this well in the sector: She's the First and Cornell University (12:00)Pro tips for implementing this today (16:00)For more information and episode details visit: www.weareforgood.com/episode/185The We Are For Good Podcast is co-hosted by Jonathan McCoy, CFRE and Becky Endicott, CFRE and welcomes the most dynamic nonprofit leaders, advocates and philanthropists to share innovative ideas and lessons learned 3x a week!Want to hear insider details and to get our best roundup of tips, freebies, resources and show notes from each episode? Join the Good Community - it's free! Visit www.weareforgood.com/helloWe Are For Good PRO is reimagining nonprofit professional development - for good. ✨ Join us and get started at weareforgoodpro.com.

Teachers Aid
SEL Watch: How to Approach Young Students Who May Be in Emotional Distress - Part II

Teachers Aid

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 11:32


In this segment, we follow up on our discussion on spotting elementary school students in distress and how to approach those who may be on the edge. Join us as we talk about the feelings that surface when a student is lost. Follow on Twitter: @sgthomas1973 @bamradionetwork @jonHarper70bd Lynsay Ayer, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who conducts research on youth mental health. She is a member of the suicide prevention research team at the National Institute of Mental Health and is also a senior behavioral scientist at the RAND Corporation. Robert C. Schmidt, Ed.D, LCPC, NCC is a national speaker and consultant on building sustainable school mental health and suicide prevention programs centered on data collection, outcomes, quality of services, and student achievement. With interests embedded in research, Dr. Schmidt has published chapters in recognized books including the award-winning book by Dr. Kathryn Seifert, How Children Become Violent (2006) and Youth Violence (2011). He has led studies in the field of youth suicide, school mental health and was a contributor to Preventing Suicide: A Toolkit for High Schools: Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). In 2009 Dr. Schmidt published and is the author of the Risk Identification Suicide Kit (RISK) and in 2018 the RISK2, a suicide assessment instrument for ages 7-24. Dr. Schmidt previously worked at Johns Hopkins BayView Campus in Baltimore, Maryland and provided coverage to the Johns Hopkins Psychiatric Children's Center, Baltimore Adolescent Treatment Program, Outpatient Clinic, and 24-hour Baltimore Child & Adolescent Crisis. Shawn Thomas is in her 20th year of teaching in the largest county in Georgia. She has taught Kindergarten, Second and Third Grade, and ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages) K-5.

Doc Heads
85: Kindergarten Nightmare

Doc Heads

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 62:21


In the spirit of Halloween, Todd and Shaun discuss their Halloween traditions and their most haunting and traumatic childhood experiences.

Primary Teacher Friends Podcast
Halloween Management, Learning, and FUN!

Primary Teacher Friends Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 15:02


Teacher, are your primary kiddos consumed by the excitement of Halloween? Mine sure are!The good news is, we can harness that excitement and use it to our advantage. Halloween doesn't have to wreck our classroom management, and with these five strategies, you can actually use your students' excitement to motivate positive behaviors and learning.Some of these strategies will require a little prep, but some are free and you can use today.Ready? Let's go!Links mentioned in today's episode:Today's blog postBlog post with free Halloween Word Works trial

The Positively Pro Wrestling Podcast
PPW Special Episode - Halloween Havoc Watch Along with FullyPoseable and Breaker

The Positively Pro Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 86:57


On this weeks show we have two special guests! Jef from FullyPoseable and Breaker from the Breaker and Bayn Power Hour! It's a fun one as we watch along with the Chamber of Horrors Match from the 1991 WCW Halloween Havoc PPV! Plus we get into a lot more fun talk including: -Jef hated Halloween -Breaker and his friend are the Mega Powers in Kindergarten -90s nostalgia -Cheater Boxes -1991 WCW is AEW -Backstage wrestling stories with Breaker Plus a whole lot more!

Business Innovators Radio
Episode #15-Alternative Learning Options for Children of Entrepreneurs: Charity Muhammad of Planting Pure Seeds Academy

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 29:50


In This Episode of The Couple-preneurs Show with Charity Muhammad of the Planting Pure Seeds Academy Online, we discuss:– Preparing kids of entrepreneurs to be future entrepreneurs via Virtual Learning– Misconceptions of misdiagnosed kids- Benefits of homeschooling and Montessori school approachesAbout Charity and the Planting Pure Seeds Academy Online:Mrs. Charity Muhammad, Early Childhood Educator and founder of Planting Pure Seeds Academy Online, provides a virtual learning space for preschool aged children 2-5 years old with an advanced Pre-K class for ages 5-6 years for those who may have missed the kindergarten deadline or needs extra support with Kindergarten learning. There is also an option for ages 6-12 for the homeschool experience or if they need tutoring. Charity teaches from a Montessori style approach, wanting the whole child to learn. The whole child includes their physical, mental, cognitive, and emotional development. Charity also teaches from an early literacy focused curriculum as well as hands on learning and life skills.Resources:www.plantingpureseedsacademy.comConnect with Charity and the Planting Pure Seeds Academy Online:www.linkedin.com/in/charity-muhammad-2a7008217facebook.com/plantingpureseedsacademyonlineinstagram.com/plantingpureseedsacademyonline About the Couple-preneurs Show:The Couple-preneurs Show, affectionately known as the providers of The Secret Sauce of Power Couples, is focused on helping couples in business develop structure and strategies that nurture the balance between business and home.Being in business with your significant other includes the good, the bad, and the ugly. Not all couples in business thrive from working together. Working closely together is a dream that grows from love and enthusiasm.Capture unique and informative ways to create, build, or advance your entrepreneurial journey via listening to other successful entrepreneurs' stories of triumph, trials, and lessons learned.Learn more about the show or be a guest by visiting our website here: https://kothoughtleaders.com/Learn more about being a guest on our show: https://mailchi.mp/ndemandconsulting/share-your-story-with-other-entrepreneurs Grab a copy of Oscar & Kiya's book, Confessions: The Truth About Perfect Timing here: https://www.amazon.com/Confessions-Perfect-Couples-Reaching-Everything/dp/0615963463 The Couple-preneurs Showhttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/the-couple-preneurs-show/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/episode-15-alternative-learning-options-for-children-of-entrepreneurs-charity-muhammad-of-planting-pure-seeds-academy

Like You
Encore: Happy, Sad, and Spooky Jack-o-Lanterns

Like You

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 16:56


Like You is taking a short fall break. While we're gone, I've prepared a couple of special treats for you. This week, enjoy an encore of a favorite Like You episode that's sure do get you in the mood for Halloween. On this episode we'll have a slightly spooky time carving pumpkins into jack-o-lanterns and exploring different feelings.Like You is listener supported. Learn how you can support the show by becoming a patron on Patreon.Please send us a voice memo, drawing, or letter at likeyoupod@gmail.com. We play a voice memo from a listener at the beginning of most episodes. If your child wants to be included, record a voice memo on your phone and email it to us. Your child can introduce themself and then say a favorite affirmation, sing a line from a Like You song, say what they like about the show, or share whatever they feel! Keep it short (10-20 seconds), send it to our email, and then wait patiently. It is our goal to share every recording eventually!Like You is written and produced by Noah Glenn. The show's artwork was illustrated by Mia Saine. Episode art is created by Lindsey Glenn.This episode features original music by Noah Glenn, as well as additional music by IMAKEMADBEATS and Skygaze.Find us here:WebsitePatreonInstagramFacebookTwitterApple PodcastsSpotifyBandcampOnline Shop

The Chromebook Classroom Podcast
EdTech Toolbox: Elementary

The Chromebook Classroom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 24:59


It's time to dive into my EdTech toolbox and take inventory of the best web-based resources for K-5 students! There are a LOT of tools to consider. To make things a little easier, I'm organizing these resources into three categories: Skill-building - tools that will help students develop skills in reading, writing, or math. Learning support - resources that will assist students as they are exploring the activities you assign to them. Creativity tools - tools that allow students to demonstrate and share learning in unique and personal ways. Did I miss one of your favorite elementary tools or resources? Send me a tweet or drop a comment on this post and let me know what I missed! ----------------------------- Thanks for tuning into the Chromebook Classroom Podcast! If you enjoyed today's episode, I would appreciate your honest rating and review! You can connect with me, John Sowash, on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. I would love to hear your thoughts on the show!

Elevating Early Childhood
A Preschool Circle Time Routine that Really Works

Elevating Early Childhood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 24:51


In this week's episode of Elevating Early Childhood, I discuss something suuuper important: Circle time!As you know, circle time is pretty crucial in pre-k, and having a successful and effective one can be difficult.Why? Simply because most children have short attention spans, which means keeping them focused on circle time can be quite the complex task.But, I'm here to help! Which is why, first things first, I want you to know that, when it comes to circle time, working smarter, not harder, is the solution.What does that entail, exactly?Tune in right now to find out! Key Takeaways:Why is it difficult to have a successful circle time? (00:00)Ingredient #1: Understanding young children's attention spans (03:03)Ingredient #2: Balancing active and passive during circle time (04:24)Ingredient #3: Have all your materials prepared in advance (06:40)What to do when your students don't listen during circle time (08:12)How to fit everything during circle time (09:42)What to do if your students don't participate (13:44)Component #1: The picture schedule (17:28)Component #2: Taking attendance (18:15)Component #3: Story of the day (20:12)Component #4: A participatory song (21:29)Component #5: Review your schedule (21:43) Additional Resources:- Visit our website to find tons of pre-K teaching resources here.- Get my book “Teach Smarter: Literacy Strategies for Early Childhood Teachers”.- Learn more about my exclusive mentorship program, “Teaching Trailblazers”.- For some preschool morning meeting ideas, click here.- For more preschool circle time tips, click here.- Click here for preschool circle time song ideas.- Get your rectangular Editable Picture Schedule Cards here.- Get square Editable Picture Schedule Cards, click here.Elevating Early Childhood is an early education podcast dedicated to helping Pre-K, Preschool, and Kindergarten teachers teach better, save time, and live more.If you enjoy the podcast, please follow, rate, and leave a review on your favorite podcast platform.--Onward & Upward!--Disclaimer:Pre-K Pages is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program. The word “affiliate” means that we may earn a small commission if/when you click on or make purchases via these links at no additional cost to you.As a policy, the Company will only affiliate with products, services, consultants or experts that we believe will provide value to our customers and followers.You recognize that it remains your personal responsibility to investigate whether any affiliate offers are right for you and will benefit you. You will not rely on any recommendation, reference, or information provided by the Company but will instead conduct your own investigation and will rely upon your investigation to decide whether to purchase the affiliate product or service.

EdTech Bites Podcast
Ep. 96: Marlena, Jon, EduProtocols, and Steak

EdTech Bites Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 67:14


In this episode, I'm joined by both Marlena Hebern and Jon Corippo, co-authors of the EduProtocols books to discuss... EduProtocols! We discuss the birth of EduProtocols as well as whats in the future in the EduProtocols world. The three of us enjoy a good meal so we decided to enjoy some steak together. We each prepared ours a bit differently but all had the same outcome, delicious! Just like EduProtocols!  Buen provecho! Hey, everyone. I've got a sweet giveaway for you listeners. We're going to be giving away a copy of the Eduprotocols Field Guide 1 and 2, that's right. Both EduProtocols books. To be entered in this giveaway, all you have to do is let us know what you enjoyed about this episode on Twitter using #edtechbites and tag Jon, Marlena, and Myself. It could be a quote from Jon, Marlena, or myself. It could be an idea, anything is appreciated. Just make sure you share this takeaway on Twitter using the #edtechbites and tag Jon Corippo, Marlena Hebern, and me Gabriel Carrillo. The winner will be announced Monday, October 25th via email and social media. So make sure that you're subscribed to the Edtech Bites website at edtechbites.com and wait for the email popup when you're there. Good luck! Connect With Gabriel Carrillo EdTech Bites Website: https://edtechbites.com EdTech Bites Twitter: https://twitter.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites Instagram: https://instagram.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites Facebook Page: https://facebook.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQCZcyW4BkCFQ5P2BLK61xg About Marlena Hebern Marlena is an educator of 30 years with 18 teaching in grades Kindergarten through 8th grade. She is the co-creator and co-founder of EduProtocols. She left her position as a county level edtech coach last year to focus full time on consulting for EduProtocols.  Connect With Marlena Marlena on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mhebern EduProtocols Website: https://www.eduprotocols.com/ About Jon Jon is the co-author of the Eduprotocols Field Guides, a former Assistant Superintendent, Tech Director, HS Principal and classroom educator. Jon's report cards almost always said: Jon doesn't apply himself - and it turns out that he just didn't like the "tell and practice" type of classroom as a student.  Connect With Jon Jon on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jcorippo Jon on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joncorippo Jon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jon.corippo EduProtocols Website: https://www.eduprotocols.com/ Empowered Edventure on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/485797602276244

Primary Teacher Friends Podcast
Classroom Management With a Music Box

Primary Teacher Friends Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 13:07


Teacher, has your class turned chatty?It's that time of year when the newness of the year wears off. Students aren't as engaged and they're talking more to their friends even at inconvenient times. Maybe it leaves you with your head in your hands at the end of the day wondering if you can do it all over again.I'm here to tell you that you can. I've had help from other teachers, and I'm going to pass that on to you. So here's today's strategy to quieten your classroom! It's all about a music box.Links in today's episode:Today's blog post (with Fun Friday ideas download)Happy BagPrimary Teacher Friends Facebook group

Like You
Bonus: Peace Out Podcast Guest Episode

Like You

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 21:28


Like You is taking a short fall break. While we're gone, I've prepared a couple of special treats for you. This week I want to introduce you to another podcast I think you'll enjoy. My friend Chanel Tsang hosts the Peace Out Podcast. Peace Out features mindfulness stories with visualizations and breathing exercises focused on kindness and science facts. Their latest season has an ocean adventure theme, and I've had the pleasure of supporting Chanel as an audio editor this season. So I'm sharing an episode here in the Like You feed for you to check out. Peace Out is created, written, and hosted by Chanel Tsang. Find out more by visiting their website, or subscribe and follow Peace Out on your favorite podcast platform.-------Like You is listener supported. Learn how you can support the show by becoming a patron on Patreon. You can also support the show by shopping in our online store or purchasing songs from the show on our Bandcamp page.Please send us a voice memo, drawing, or letter at hello@likeyoupodcast.com. We play a voice memo from a listener at the beginning of most episodes. If your child wants to be included, record a voice memo on your phone and email it to us. Your child can introduce themself and then say a favorite affirmation, sing a line from a Like You song, say what they like about the show, or share whatever they feel! Keep it short (10-20 seconds), send it to our email, and then wait patiently. It is our goal to share every recording eventually!Like You is a production of Perpetual Motion. The show is written and produced by Noah Glenn. The show's artwork was illustrated by Mia Saine. Episode art is created by Lindsey Glenn.This episode features original music by Noah Glenn, as well as additional music by IMAKEMADBEATS.This episode's affirmations were read by Mia Saine. Find us here:WebsitePatreonInstagramFacebookTwitterApple PodcastsSpotifyBandcampOnline Shop

Dumb Dad Podcast
D is for Droccoli

Dumb Dad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 36:52


One of the grossest stories in DD history - Evan has an experiences one step past a Devil's Kiss (IYKYK). Kevin has yet another kindergarten screw-up and his wife sends their kid to school missing an integral part of of an outfit. You can also watch this episode on YouTube! Subscribe here!Please check us out on Momsplaining with Kristen Bell! This episode the Dummies are enjoying Beachwood Brewing Amalgamator IPA.For more Dumb Dad Pod, follow us on social - https://bit.ly/3t6tE9MWe've got DUMB DAD MERCH!And we're on CAMEO! We'd love to send a message to a dad (or anybody) in your life who needs a Dumb Dad pick-me-up!Thanks to Chris Verdú for our show music! Check out Verdú on SoundCloud!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Elevating Early Childhood
How to Write Lesson Plans

Elevating Early Childhood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 13:22


In this week's episode of Elevating Early Childhood, I discuss something super important: How to write lesson plans!This is a question I often get from teachers new to working at the preschool level.So, if you find yourself wondering where to start, or what kind of lesson plan works best for pre-k, don't freak out just yet! I want you to know, you're not alone, and I'm here to help!And today, I'll be sharing my own lesson plan method with you! Not only does this method work for all early childhood professionals, it also doesn't require you to have a curriculum!Wondering how it works?Tune in now to find out everything you need to know about my six-step method for writing lesson plans!So, without further ado, let's dive in!Key Takeaways:Need to write a lesson plan? You came to the right place! (00:00)Six steps to write your lesson plan (02:52)What if you don't have any assessments? (06:31)What skills should you be teaching each week? (07:03)What units of study should you be focusing on? (07:47)What books do you read for each unit of study? (08:46)Where to get a lesson plan template (09:36)How I get it all done before Friday (10:04)A surprise for you! (12:04)Additional Resources:- Visit our website to find tons of pre-K teaching resources here.- Get my book “Teach Smarter: Literacy Strategies for Early Childhood Teachers”.- Learn more about my exclusive mentorship program, “Teaching Trailblazers”.- Get your Student Assessment Packet here.- Get your FREE Trailblazer Curriculum Map here.- More assessment tools for pre-k teachers here.- Get your FREE Teacher Planner for Preschool here.- For the editable lesson plan template, click here.- Get the Pumpkin Lesson Plan Bundle here.- To check out my premade book lists, click here.- To buy the Happy Planner Punch, click here.- To buy the Happy Planner Disks, click here.- To buy the Rainbow Rolling Cart, click .hereElevating Early Childhood is an early education podcast dedicated to helping Pre-K, Preschool, and Kindergarten teachers teach better, save time, and live more.If you enjoy the podcast, please follow, rate, and leave a review on your favorite podcast platform.--Onward & Upward! Disclaimer:Pre-K Pages is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program. The word “affiliate” means that we may earn a small commission if/when you click on or make purchases via these links at no additional cost to you.As a policy, the Company will only affiliate with products, services, consultants or experts that we believe will provide value to our customers and followers.You recognize that it remains your personal responsibility to investigate whether any affiliate offers are right for you and will benefit you. You will not rely on any recommendation, reference, or information provided by the Company but will instead conduct your own investigation and will rely upon your investigation to decide whether to purchase the affiliate product or service.

Weißt du's schon? - Das Hörrätsel für Kleine und Große

Das Tier, was wir suchen, ist nicht leicht zu finden, denn es ist nur in der Abenddämmerung und in der Nacht aktiv. Und? Weißt du's schon? Welches Tier suchen wir? Ich sag' es dir! Unterstützt den _Weißt du's schon?_ Podcast und freut euch über jede Menge Extras. Jetzt Mitglied im _Klub Weißt du's schon?_ werden oder Abonnent bei Apple Podcasts - Danke!!! https://steadyhq.com/weisstdusschon https://apple.co/2O3pWLl

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
Joe Dombrowski

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 65:09


Comedian Joe Dombrowski sits down with Cameron to discuss being a comedian with a social media following, working as a Kindergarten teacher, and queerness in schools.

Hillsdale College Classical Education Podcast
Dos and Don'ts of Teaching K-2nd Graders History

Hillsdale College Classical Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 26:19


Amy Listro, Dean of Academics at Northwest Classical Academy in Kennesaw, Georgia, joins host Scot Bertram to discuss the dos and don'ts of teaching Kindergarten through 2nd graders history.

Rabbi Daniel Lapin
Ep 129 | If God Is Good and Powerful, Why Does He Allow Evil and Pain?

Rabbi Daniel Lapin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 74:55


Everyone knows they need money and physical health, so all you Happy Warriors pay attention to the F-Finance and the F-Fitness. But not all of us know we also need F-Faith. The fabulous 40 years from 1903 to 1943. And the failed 40 years from 1981 to 2021. Secular totalitarianism versus Bible-based civilization. Kindergarten theology: If God is good and all-powerful, how can there be suffering in the world? Either God is not good, or else He is not all powerful. Your rabbi presents you with the ribbon-wrapped-response to this decidedly un-profound question. Find your Happy Warrior community in order to connect, communicate, collaborate, cooperate and create at https://www.wehappywarriors.com/happy-warriors-basic Why did the 6.6-magnitude earthquake in December 2003 in Iran kill 34,000 people while, 4 days earlier, a California earthquake of identical magnitude killed only two people? Why do floods kill 5,000 Bangladeshis every year but similar weather in the North Sea kills almost nobody? Why are there still no tsunami sirens in Thailand after the devastating 2004 tidal wave? How to talk to God. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rabbi Daniel Lapin's podcast
If God Is Good and Powerful Why Does He Allow Evil and Pain?

Rabbi Daniel Lapin's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 73:34


Everyone knows they need money and physical health so all you Happy Warriors pay attention to the F-Finance and the F-Fitness. But not all of us know we also need F-Faith. The fabulous 40 years from 1903 to 1943. And the failed 40 years from 1981 to 2021. Secular totalitarianism versus Bible-based civilization. Kindergarten theology: If God is good and all-powerful how can there be suffering in the world? Either God is not good or else He is not all powerful. Your rabbi presents you with the ribbon-wrapped-response to this decidedly unprofound question. Find your Happy Warrior community in order to connect, communicate, collaborate, cooperate and create https://www.wehappywarriors.com/happy-warriors-basic. Why did the December 2003 Iranian 6.6 earthquake kill 34,000 while 4 days earlier a California earthquake of identical magnitude killed only two people? Why do floods kill 5,000 Bangladeshis every year but similar weather in the North Sea kills almost nobody? Why are there still no tsunami sirens in Thailand after the devastating 2004 tidal wave? How to talk to God.    Rabbi Daniel Lapin's Recommended Bible: https://rabbidaniellapin.com/product/rabbi-daniel-lapins-recommended-hebrew-english-bible-compact-edition/

American Vigilance
S2 E16 DO YOU SEE WHAT'S HAPPENING HERE?

American Vigilance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 25:48


A California decree declares the right over the bodily integrity of children from Kindergarten through twelfth grade, and the National School Board Association in tandem with the NEA clamor for the full force of the Federal Government to crackdown on parents who object to what's happening in public schools. Putting these two together, can you see what's happening here?

Primary Teacher Friends Podcast
Simple But Mighty MATH Routines

Primary Teacher Friends Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 15:33


Teacher, do your students begin writing the number 5 from the bottom? Do you seen that brief but disruptive moment of distraction when they are writing down a math problem and have to stop to think about how to actually WRITE the math problem?Number formation is an important link between learning what the numbers are to being able to master using them. Today, I'm going to share a few math routines that are super fun, engaging, and effective! It's amazing how often those three go together, isn't it? :)Are you ready?Links in today's episode:Today's blog postFree Number Formation Routine download (wait a moment for the form to appear)Teen Number Writing Routine downloadKindergarten Math Works

Wake Up Wyoming
Kindergarten Kids Indoctrinated With Covid Mask Song

Wake Up Wyoming

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 130:55


NOT appropriate - as teachers continue to indorenate. Parents ANGRY!

K-12 Greatest Hits:The Best Ideas in Education
Why Ignoring Learning Recovery Is a Privilege Many Students and Teachers Don't Have

K-12 Greatest Hits:The Best Ideas in Education

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 26:01


We are still searching for an acceptable phrase to define what teachers around the world are doing this school term. Many are avoiding the term "learning recovery" like a carton of milk past the expiration date.  In this episode, we found out why ignoring, dismissing, or simply overlooking learning recovery is a privilege that many students and teachers simply don't have. Follow on Twitter: @RobertG_Jenkins@ISTE  @mrhooker @curriculumblog @sgthomas1973 @kylehamstra @bamradionetwork @jonHarper70bd Robert Jenkins is the global director of education for UNICEF. Robert joined the organization in 1995. He brings over 20 years of experience in international development and humanitarian programming in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Prior to his current appointment, Mr. Jenkins served as the UNICEF Deputy Director, Division of Policy and Strategy in UNICEF Headquarters from 2009-2014. Mr. Jenkins earned a Doctor of Education Degree from the University of Bath and a Master's Degree from the London School of Economics in the United Kingdom. Shawn Thomas is in her 20th year of teaching in the largest county in Georgia. She has taught Kindergarten, Second and Third Grade, and ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages) K-5. Carl Hooker has been a part of a strong educational shift with technology integration since becoming an educator.  From his start as a teacher to his current district technology leadership, he's always had one common belief – the kids need to drive their own learning. He is a national faculty member at Future Ready Schools and an ISTE podcast host. Dr. Steven Weber serves as the Associate Superintendent for Teaching and Learning in Fayetteville Public Schools (Arkansas). During his career in public education, he has served as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, director of secondary instruction, and executive director of curriculum and instruction.  He has also served as a social studies curriculum coordinator with the Arkansas Department of Education and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. Kyle Hamstra is an Instructional facilitator at Westlake Middle school Apex, North Carolina.

Teachers Aid
Why Ignoring Learning Recovery Is a Privilege Many Students and Teachers Don't Have

Teachers Aid

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 26:01


We are still searching for an acceptable phrase to define what teachers around the world are doing this school term. Many are avoiding the term "learning recovery" like a carton of milk past the expiration date.  In this episode, we found out why ignoring, dismissing, or simply overlooking learning recovery is a privilege that many students and teachers simply don't have. Follow on Twitter: @RobertG_Jenkins@ISTE  @mrhooker @curriculumblog @sgthomas1973 @kylehamstra @bamradionetwork @jonHarper70bd Robert Jenkins is the global director of education for UNICEF. Robert joined the organization in 1995. He brings over 20 years of experience in international development and humanitarian programming in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Prior to his current appointment, Mr. Jenkins served as the UNICEF Deputy Director, Division of Policy and Strategy in UNICEF Headquarters from 2009-2014. Mr. Jenkins earned a Doctor of Education Degree from the University of Bath and a Master's Degree from the London School of Economics in the United Kingdom. Shawn Thomas is in her 20th year of teaching in the largest county in Georgia. She has taught Kindergarten, Second and Third Grade, and ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages) K-5. Carl Hooker has been a part of a strong educational shift with technology integration since becoming an educator.  From his start as a teacher to his current district technology leadership, he's always had one common belief – the kids need to drive their own learning. He is a national faculty member at Future Ready Schools and an ISTE podcast host. Dr. Steven Weber serves as the Associate Superintendent for Teaching and Learning in Fayetteville Public Schools (Arkansas). During his career in public education, he has served as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, director of secondary instruction, and executive director of curriculum and instruction.  He has also served as a social studies curriculum coordinator with the Arkansas Department of Education and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. Kyle Hamstra is an Instructional facilitator at Westlake Middle school Apex, North Carolina.

Stories For Children
#69 Sammy, the Dancing Spider

Stories For Children

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 8:17


Sammy Spider loves to dance. He loves to turn, twist, twirl, tap and do the tango. Sammy's parents want him to weave blankets for Mother Earth's children instead of dance but Sammy doesn't want to weave. One day, Ruby Robin delivered a letter from Mother Earth asking Sammy's family to weave blanket for the root children's winter sleep and Sammy is sad because all he wants to do is dance. How long will it be before Sammy can dance again? We recommend this story for ages 3-7(This story is not available in written format)About the Author Mary NataleMary has been a teacher of young children for many years. She studied at the Institute of Child Study in Toronto, and upon graduating with her Ontario Teacher's Certificate and Diploma in Child Studies, she began working in a private setting, telling stories and engaging children in artistic activities. After teaching Kindergarten at the Toronto Catholic District School Board for ten years, to her delight, she discovered Waldorf education and has been working at the Toronto Waldorf School for the past sixteen years as an Assistant in the Nursery and Kindergarten programs.  “It was not until I began assisting in the Waldorf Early Childhood programs, where my soul was fed each day, that I began to write children's stories.” Mary lives in Toronto with her husband, two sons and two spoiled dogs - Joey and Charlie.To discover more about please visit wenurturecollective.com/stories-for-children

Explore - Der National Geographic Podcast
Papua-Neuguinea: Die vergessene Sprache und der Seegurken-Kindergarten

Explore - Der National Geographic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 49:32


Folge 2 unseres aktuellen Themenmonats bringt euch ein weiteres Mal an ein wildes und spannendes Stück Erde auf der anderen Seite des Planeten: Papua-Neuguinea. In Papua-Neuguinea wird bis heute eine deutschähnliche Sprache gesprochen. Sie heißt "Unserdeutsch" und ist das Erbe düsterer deutscher Kolonialzeit. "Unserdeutsch" galt als ausgestorben und wurde erst kürzlich wiederentdeckt und erstmalig wissenschaftlich beschrieben. Prof. Dr. Maitz nimmt uns mit auf eine packende Expedition in die Linguistik - und die problematische deutsche Vergangenheit in der Südsee. Auf vielen Inseln Papua-Neuguineas dreht sich alles um die "Goldbarren der Meere": die Seegurke. Seit Generationen fischen Einheimische dieses schrullige Tier. Doch seit Chinas Hunger auf diese Delikatesse immer größer wird, wachsen auch in Papua-Neuguinea die Probleme - für Mensch und Tier. Die Expertin Dr. Cathy Hair sucht nach kreativen und nachhaltigen Lösungen.

Celebrate Calm
How Involved Should You Be in Homework?

Celebrate Calm

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 16:18


How Involved Should You Be in Homework?This is the age-old question that will consume you from Kindergarten through high school. Should you let your kids own their choices and possibly fail or jump in? Kirk shares one way to approach this with your child.NEW!! Parent BootCamps in Washington, DC & Kansas City, KS. Click here to learn more:https://celebratecalm.com/bootcamp/ Can't make it to a live BootCamp? Schedule aPhone Consultation or go through the NO B.S Program. Let us know what YOU are struggling with and we'll give you an honest recommendation. Email Casey@CelebrateCalm.com and he'll help you out! Take advantage of huge discounts on the Get Everything Package & Calm Parenting Package this month! Want to book a LIVE EVENT in 2021/2022?! We are now booking IN PERSON and Zoom events for schools, PTAs, churches, synagogues, corporations, and agencies! Simply email Casey@CelebrateCalm with LIVE in the subject line and he'll share a one-page proposal within hours. It's EASY! Questions? Need help deciding on the best tools for your family? Email Casey@CelebrateCalm.com and Casey will help you personally!

News Updates from The Oregonian
Legacy Health puts nearly 800 employees on unpaid leave for failing to comply with vaccination policy

News Updates from The Oregonian

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 3:16


DHS compiled intelligence reports on protesters arrested in Portland without legal justification, report finds. Kindergarten enrollment in Portland Public Schools way down again. Whitman Elementary becomes first Portland Public Schools to participate in weekly COVID-19 testing program. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Elevating Early Childhood
Toddler Behaviors Explained: What Teachers Should Know

Elevating Early Childhood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 36:59


Why do toddlers do what they do? Have you ever asked yourself that?I know I have! After all, little children sometimes do some astonishing things, and I would love nothing more than to understand why!And this is exactly why I've invited this week's guest to come to the podcast and talk to us about it.My good friend (and this week's guest) Devon Kuntzman is a coach, a former orphanage director, and the founder of Transforming Toddlerhood!She has spent the last 15 years working with families from all over the world, and today, she's here to discuss toddler behavior with me.Plus, she also offers some tips on what you can do to help toddlers become successful, so really, what's not to love?Are you ready?Let's dive in! Key Takeaways:Why do toddlers do THAT? (01:26)Explaining toddler behavior (03:35)Toddlerhood, the first step towards independence (05:40)Toddlers' view of the world (08:33)The gap between our expectations and what toddlers can do (10:58)Shifting our expectations (13:27)Following the toddlers' lead? (17:35)Harnessing toddlers' interests (20:47)Keeping projects developmentally appropriate for toddlers (23:18)Experimentation equals learning (28:01)The difference between attention-seeking behavior and connection-seeking behavior (32:07) Additional Resources:- Visit our website to find tons of pre-K teaching resources here.- Get my book “Teach Smarter: Literacy Strategies for Early Childhood Teachers”.- Learn more about my exclusive mentorship program, “Teaching Trailblazers”.- Check out Devon's website here.Elevating Early Childhood is an early education podcast dedicated to helping Pre-K, Preschool, and Kindergarten teachers teach better, save time, and live more.If you enjoy the podcast, please follow, rate, and leave a review on your favorite podcast platform.--Onward & Upward!

Teachers Aid
SEL Watch: How to Approach Young Students Who May Be In Emotional Distress

Teachers Aid

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 10:58


In this segment, we talk about spotting elementary school students in distress and how to approach those who may on the edge. Join us as we identify behavioral indicators and practical intervention strategies. Follow on Twitter:  @sgthomas1973 @bamradionetwork @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork Lynsay Ayer, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who conducts research on youth mental health. She is a member of the suicide prevention research team at the National Institute of Mental Health and is also a senior behavioral scientist at the RAND Corporation. Robert C. Schmidt, Ed.D, LCPC, NCC is a national speaker and consultant on building sustainable school mental health and suicide prevention programs centered on data collection, outcomes, quality of services, and student achievement.  With interests embedded in research, Dr. Schmidt has published chapters in recognized books including the award-winning book by Dr. Kathryn Seifert, How Children Become Violent (2006) and Youth Violence (2011). He has led studies in the field of youth suicide, school mental health and was a contributor to Preventing Suicide: A Toolkit for High Schools: Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).  In 2009 Dr. Schmidt published and is the author of the Risk Identification Suicide Kit (RISK) and in 2018 the RISK2, a suicide assessment instrument for ages 7-24.  Dr. Schmidt previously worked at Johns Hopkins BayView Campus in Baltimore, Maryland and provided coverage to the Johns Hopkins Psychiatric Children's Center, Baltimore Adolescent Treatment Program, Outpatient Clinic, and 24-hour Baltimore Child & Adolescent Crisis. Shawn Thomas is in her 20th year of teaching in the largest county in Georgia. She has taught Kindergarten, Second and Third Grade, and ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages) K-5.

Primary Teacher Friends Podcast
Tidy Classroom Tips

Primary Teacher Friends Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 14:33


Teacher, if your class ROOM is a distraction, it may be time to give it a quick tidy! Bits of paper on desks and pencils on the floor may not seem like a huge problem, but can you really focus on what's most important if your surroundings are a mess? It takes away our pride in where we are, and it affects our students too!If you're thinking, But Toni, I just don't have time to keep everything picture perfect every single day! I'd say, you're absolutely right. You don't, and you shouldn't.Here's how to make it happen without taking all that responsibility on yourself. I'll give you a hint: get your class involved, but make it fun.If you're ready to whistle while we work, let's get those classrooms tidy!Links in today's episode:Today's blog postSpring Classroom Management Cleanup blog post (with more on Table Points)Spring Classroom Management Cleanup podcast episodePrimary Teacher Friends Facebook Group

Impact Real Estate Investing

Samson Williams isn't one to think small. Having studied and worked in emergency management, he also holds a certificate in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Law, and worked in Dubai for two years at the cutting edge of financial technologies. Oh yeah, and he wrote two books on the space economy. Samson has worked in various roles as an advisor and strategist, serial entrepreneur, ‘accidental investor' and teacher, but today Samson is serving as president of, and evangelist for, the Crowdfunding Professional Association. As he says, “Crowdfunding ain't your grandfather's capital formation ... RegCF is now 5, which makes it just old enough to go to Kindergarten. Buckle up!” If you'd like to join me in my quest to rethink real estate, there are two simple things you can do. Share this podcast or go to Patreon.com/rethinkrealestate to learn about special opportunities for my friends and followers and subscribe if you can.

Like You
Proud of You

Like You

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 15:17


On this episode we talk about feeling proud of yourself, and I sing a new song called Proud of You.Like You is listener supported. Learn how you can support the show by becoming a patron on Patreon. You can also support the show by shopping in our online store or purchasing songs from the show on our Bandcamp page.Please send us a voice memo, drawing, or letter at hello@likeyoupodcast.com. We play a voice memo from a listener at the beginning of most episodes. If your child wants to be included, record a voice memo on your phone and email it to us. Your child can introduce themself and then say a favorite affirmation, sing a line from a Like You song, say what they like about the show, or share whatever they feel! Keep it short (10-20 seconds), send it to our email, and then wait patiently. It is our goal to share every recording eventually!Like You is a production of Perpetual Motion. The show is written and produced by Noah Glenn. The show's artwork was illustrated by Mia Saine. Episode art is created by Lindsey Glenn.This episode features original music by Noah Glenn, as well as additional music by IMAKEMADBEATS.Find us here:WebsitePatreonInstagramFacebookTwitterApple PodcastsSpotifyBandcampOnline Shop

DRINNIES
Tanktop in der Semperoper

DRINNIES

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 45:17


Warum gibt es keine Werbung für Obst? Hat der Rettich keine Lobby? Wie hat Chris seinen ersten und letzten Kindergeburtstag erlebt? Wie schreckt man Fahrgäste im Zug davor ab, sich neben einen zu setzen? Warum ist Giulia in ihren eigenen Kindergarten eingebrochen? Das und vieles mehr erfahrt ihr in der heutigen Folge. Hoch die Tassen!Mehr Infos zum Mitarbeiterbenefit Dienstrad-Leasing findet ihr unter www.businessbike.de/drinnies See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Elevating Early Childhood
Scissor Skills for Preschoolers (Part 2)

Elevating Early Childhood

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 26:05


Pre-K Pages is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program. The word “affiliate” means that we may earn a small commission if/when you click on or make purchases via these links at no additional cost to you.As a policy, the Company will only affiliate with products, services, consultants or experts that we believe will provide value to our customers and followers.You recognize that it remains your personal responsibility to investigate whether any affiliate offers are right for you and will benefit you. You will not rely on any recommendation, reference, or information provided by the Company but will instead conduct your own investigation and will rely upon your investigation to decide whether to purchase the affiliate product or service. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In last week's episode, I discussed how you can help your students develop their fine motor skills before working on their scissor skills.If you haven't listened to that episode yet, I invite you to do so, because the tips I gave in that one are going to build the foundation the children will need to develop and hone their scissor skills.Today, I pick up where I left off. I'll be focusing more on scissors and what you can do to teach your young students how to use them.To many, it seems like using scissors is something that's super easy to do. However, like everything else, it's a skill, and your students will need to work on it.How?I answer this question in today's episode of Elevating Early Childhood, so tune in now.Key Takeaways:Previously on Elevating Early Childhood (00:00)Step #1: Ripping (01:42)Step #2: Snipping (04:40)Step #3: Fringing (08:36)Step #4: Straight lines (10:53)Step #5: Zigzag lines (14:40)Step #6: Curved lines (16:43)Step #7: Right angles (19:17)What to do if your students can't hold Fiskars scissors (21:12)Additional Resources:- Visit our website to find tons of pre-K teaching resources here.- Get my book “Teach Smarter: Literacy Strategies for Early Childhood Teachers”.- Learn more about my exclusive mentorship program, “Teaching Trailblazers”.- Learn how to teach your students scissor cutting skills here.- Click here for my tips for teaching scissor cutting skills in your preschool classroom.- Get your FREE Printable Scissor Skills Checklist here. - Get your Cutting Skills Printable Bundle here. - Get Fiskars Blunt Tip Scissors here. - Get Preschool Training Scissors here.Elevating Early Childhood is an early education podcast dedicated to helping Pre-K, Preschool, and Kindergarten teachers teach better, save time, and live more.If you enjoy the podcast, please follow, rate, and leave a review on your favorite podcast platform.--Onward & Upward!

Weißt du's schon? - Das Hörrätsel für Kleine und Große

Das Tier, das wir suchen, ist ein Vogel. Der fliegt im Winter nicht in den warmen Süden, sondern bleibt zu Hause. Und? Weißt du's schon? Welches Tier suchen wir? Ich sag' es dir! Unterstützt den _Weißt du's schon?_ Podcast und freut euch über jede Menge Extras. Jetzt Mitglied im _Klub Weißt du's schon?_ werden oder Abonnent bei Apple Podcasts - Danke!!! https://steadyhq.com/weisstdusschon https://apple.co/2O3pWLl

The Story Collider
Stories of COVID-19: Pandemic Love Stories

The Story Collider

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 30:39


In our fourth installment of this series, love conquers all, even the obstacles presented by COVID-19. Part 1: Having planned to tie the knot in April 2020, Jared Waters finds himself separated from his fiancée by COVID lockdown instead. Part 2: The pandemic prompts Jamie Brickhouse and his partner of thirty years to consider getting married for the first time. Jared Waters is Stand-up Comedian residing in New York City. He hails from Brunssum, The Netherlands. Jared gained his stand up legs in Tampa, Florida. His hard work and consistency with the ability to work clean and edgy has led him to be one of the most impressive Up and Coming comedians in the New York. When Jared is in between jokes, the future of this great nation is residing on his shoulders as Kindergarten teacher and host of the Podcast “One Man, One Tree, and a Hill” Called “a natural raconteur” by the Washington Post, Jamie Brickhouse is the New York Times published author of Dangerous When Wet: A Memoir of Booze, Sex, and My Mother, and he's appeared on PBS-TV's Stories from the Stage, The Moth Podcast, Risk! Podcast, Story Collider Podcast, and recorded voice-overs for the legendary cartoon Beavis and Butthead. He is a four-time Moth StorySLAM champion, National Storytelling Network Grand Slam winner, and his daily #storiesinheels TikTok videos have over two million views. Jamie tours two award-winning solo shows, Dangerous When Wet, and I Favor My Daddy. His new show, Stories in Heels: Tall Tales of the Women Who Changed My Life debuts at the Gotham Storytelling Festival in New York City, November, 2021. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Encyclopedia Womannica
Educators: Enriqueta Compte y Riqué

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 5:13


This month, we're going back to school with stories of the most influential women educators in history. History classes can get a bad wrap, 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, Encyclopedia Womannica. 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. Encyclopedia Womannica 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. Encyclopedia Womannica 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, Sundus Hassan, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, and Ale Tejada. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.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

The Libra Lounge with Keisha Podcast
Episode 122 – Yo Momma So Dumb

The Libra Lounge with Keisha Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 60:10


Fresh off her appearance on Pink Shade, Keisha talks about our new fur baby, Van Geaux the Chinchilla. For the Gab, Kim Kardashian is going to host SNL, because she hasn’t done enough already. Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott invade the Houston Zoo and Keisha Read More ...

Podcasts – The Mike O'Meara Show
#2759: Lake Ti-ti-ca-ca

Podcasts – The Mike O'Meara Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 82:26


If you like spirited debates about television, you are in for a treat.  Then, Oscar talks about landing in the Springs that are Silver.  Plus, the world's first Nostalgia Corner with a counter-point and the organic debut of “Mike's Porn Corner”.  “What are we, in Kindergarten?"

Elevating Early Childhood
Scissor Skills for Preschoolers (Part 1)

Elevating Early Childhood

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 21:59


Every preschool professional will have to, one day, introduce scissors to their students. And sometimes, that can go wrong. A lot of children can be scissor-happy. I mean, who would say no to cutting their own hair as a child?However, if you do it the right way, teaching scissor skills to young kids can be, if not easy, quite fun.And it all comes down to helping your students hone their fine-motor skills!How can you do that?Tune in now to find out.Well then, what are you waiting for? Let's dive in! Key Takeaways:Teaching children scissor skills: Is it a challenge? (00:00)Fine-motor skills and scissor skills (01:17)Playdough is a great way to help kids develop their fine motor skills (02:00)Make things fun and playful! (07:58)Art activities that develop fine motor skills (10:07)What if your students have to use two hands? (15:00)Grab your FREE Fine Motor Skills Parent Handout (16:30) Additional Resources:- Visit our website to find tons of pre-K teaching resources here.- Get my book “Teach Smarter: Literacy Strategies for Early Childhood Teachers”.- Learn more about my exclusive mentorship program, “Teaching Trailblazers”.- Learn how to teach your students scissor cutting skills here.- Grab a free copy of the Fine Motor Skills Parent Handout here.Elevating Early Childhood is an early education podcast dedicated to helping Pre-K, Preschool, and Kindergarten teachers teach better, save time, and live more.If you enjoy the podcast, please follow, rate, and leave a review on your favorite podcast platform.--Onward & Upward!

Rotten Mango
#97: The Kindergarten Teacher Killer (Case of Angila Wilder)

Rotten Mango

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 96:45


First day of Kindergarten is always a nerve-racking time for parents. But when they meet Mrs. W their tensions are probably eased.  She has a soft face with a dirty blonde bob and she's a mom of three! She seems like the perfect teacher - kind, nurturing, sweet.  But when she's with the police she's a totally different person.  “I want to see where it stabbed her.”  “I want to see a video of them having s** with my husband!”  It makes you wonder - how well do we actually know our teachers?  Book Rec: “Wilder Intentions” - by C.J. Wynn (This is the best deep dive on the case and it's meticulously researched!) Full Source Notes: rottenmangopodcast.com

Bear Grease
Ep. 19: Bear Grease [Render] - High Speed Chases, Kindergarten Ricky, and Boone's Death

Bear Grease

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 92:10


On this Render episode, Clay and the crew discuss the nuanced social signals in riding mules, horses and wearing sweat pants in Macy's. Clay discloses his overreaction to the scandal after listening to the MeatEater Campfire Stories tale about the game warden, and equates it to an experience in kindergarten. However, the discussion gets deep as they talk about Daniel Boone's later years, his impact on American culture, and why the woodsmen of North American have earned a seat at the table of American identity.  Connect with Clay and MeatEater Clay on Instagram MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop Bear Grease Merch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Hartmann Report
DESANTIS GOES ALL AUTHORITARIAN

The Hartmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 58:02


Ron DeSantis is blasted for cruelly denying hungry kids food - The GOP has been doing this since Rick Scott killed Charlene Dill.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.