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Writer and reporter Steve Hendershot joins Jon Hansen on Your Money Matters to talk about his Chicago Sun-Times article addressing whether or not Chicago has the tech workforce to back-up Google’s expansion. To read his full article, click here.
Business reporter Lydia Moynihan joins Jon Hansen on Your Money Matters to talk about Hurricane Ian’s move across the state of Florida. Lydia gave her predictions on whether or not gas prices will increase due to the hurricane as well as whether there will be supply chain issues or not.
The F.A.B. Podcast presents the banned books episode! As you may know, the ladies love books..especially ones that have been banned! This week, Moni & Kat give a little history on "banned books week" and its significance. They also dive into some of the most banned books of all time, including the ones they have and want to review on the show. The ladies also discuss the current uptick in book banning in the US and it's significance. Get ready for an opinionated conversation about some of the most censored books in history...some audio bloopers, and the reason Moni's kids thought she smoked crack before!! Cheers!! Enjoy the show! ** Trigger Warning: Adult Content & Language, use of N-word etc. Please be advised this show is for adults 18 and up and the open minded.PSA:** When we refer to "white people" we are speaking about those who are socially accepted as "white" and are actively or passively upholding/defending/ and or benifiting from systems of oppression. This Quote from show sums it up : "Oppression restricts access to knowledge about the world around you" -Kat Dedication To our listeners always, to Librarians & storyteller for fighting for book access, and to the Iranian Woman (Mahsa Amini ) who died in custody of the morality police for a dress code infraction & national daughters day!! (Honorable mention to sex workers out there!) Also, pimps are the worst! ***"Mahsa Amini was 22. She was visiting Tehran from her hometown of Kurdistan. She was detained by the morality police, allegedly for violating the hijab rule, which became compulsory following the 1979 revolution. She was arrested on September 13. Three days later, she died. The police says that she had a sudden heart attack while in detention, but activists and others have said that she was tortured or beaten in the head, and that's why she died." Full article in the link below. https://www.npr.org/2022/09/23/1124836810/anti-government-protests-grow-in-iran-after-a-woman-died-in-police-custody Show Notes: Info About Banned Books Week :https://www.usatoday.com/story/entertainment/books/2022/06/29/banned-books-explained/7772046001/ https://bannedbooksweek.org/george-m-johnson-headlines-action-packed-tuesday-for-banned-books-week/ Phil Donahue clip featuring Uncle Luke: https://youtu.be/iViMrXn5IIs Great replacement theory not new concept, shows up in The Great Gadsby: https://www.geneticsandsociety.org/article/great-replacement-theory-was-never-fringe, https://www.wbur.org/onpoint/2022/05/23/how-replacement-theory-moved-from-the-fringes-to-the-mainstream Christiane Amanpour: https://www.businessinsider.com/christiane-amanpour-refused-to-wear-head-scarf-for-irans-president-2022-9 About Malala Yousafzai: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malala_Yousafzai UK Teen hacks GTA 6: https://techcrunch.com/2022/09/26/london-police-arrest-uber-rockstar/ The Luniz "I Got 5 on It" featuring E-40 https://youtu.be/CiZ3XtGtmQs FAB Episode 21: X-Men unlimited https://share.fireside.fm/episode/wOJOKrZS+Ghrpo3bI "Parable of the Sower" Octavia Butler Check out the Libby app for downloadable books from the public library!! Support libraries!! *Stranger than Fiction: * They're really banning books out here! That's soooo strange! https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/education/2022/09/02/oklahoma-teacher-banned-books-hb-1775/7970325001/ *Please email email@example.com with your book suggestions and "Stranger Than Fiction" stories so we can share them on the show!! Reach out and let us how we are doing!! *You can find us online by clicking our Link tree https://linktr.ee/Fabpod Please don't forget to follow, rate, review, and SHARE our podcast! Be on the look out, Patreon coming soon!!
Hey well read baddies! Welcome to the fourth episode of season 3! On today's episode we are discussing the third essay of Please Don't Sit On My Bed In Your Outside Clothes titled "Guide to Being a Boss from Someone Who Has Been Building a Mini Empire for the Past Two Years and Counting". We kiki about the black girl magic at the emmy's, spotify audio books, and close out the coffee break with Lana giving us a very vulnerable conversation on her mental health (trigger warning for those of you who are battling depression). We then dive into the chapter where Phoebe breaks down her best boss advice, many of which we can all relate to. Be sure to tune in and share with a friend! Taraji P Henson interview (about 3 minutes in is what Lana is referencing)- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtI5szxG-rw Be Rooted- https://berootedco.com/ ; use code SHEWELLREAD for 15% off your purchase! We can't wait to hear from you! :) Please send any questions or comments about this episode to shewellreadQA@gmail.com or use the form at the bottom of the SWR Podcast page: https://shewellread.com/podcast/. Follow SHE WELL READ! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shewellread/ TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeDCLdTX/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/shewellread More Links: https://msha.ke/shewellread
Attorney John Heggie from Wochner Law Firm speaks to host Jon Hansen about the importance of estate planning. What does it take to get a non-contestable will, adding assets to trusts, and more. For more information visit https://www.wochnerlawfirm.com/ or call 847.272.7360.
Legendary WGN agriculture-business reporter Max Armstrong joins Jon Hansen on Your Money Matters to discuss this harvest season. The two also talk about the moisture content of corn, how farmers know when it’s time to harvest, and artificially drying crops.
The continuation of the sixth chapter of the magical, timeless tale and the Lost Boys becoming acquainted with Wendy and building her a house with Peter in Neverland. Written by J.M. Barrie and narrated by The Library Fairy with voices, song and memorable characters. Chapter 6 (part 2 of 2) and slightly abridged for all ages. Please visit The Library Fairy at Patreon to support the show and keep it free and accessible for children, parents and educators, while promoting literacy and the love of stories. Support the show
Host of Your Money Matters, Jon Hansen, is joined by Amy Yee from Bloomberg to discuss grants being considered for businesses that hire formerly incarcerated people. How much will the grants be and what small businesses are being helped by this choice?
Aimee & I discuss everything from kids' education (both as former educators) to current status as stay-at-home moms, trying to educate our children & expose them to literacy. She shares great tips, awesome authors & illustrator recommendations, & even some novels for older kids too! Aimee is the person you want to ask for book recommendations; she's always expanding her reach & just started a blog, which you should check out: keepabookout.com
This is an episode to listen to many times over and share with your literacy colleagues. With featured guest Dr. Anita Archer, this Literacy Talks episode covers the literacy landscape and explores the power and practicality of explicit literacy instruction. From instructional content to instructional design, effective delivery to feedback and practice, listeners will have the opportunity to understand why Dr. Archer is in demand as a speaker, writer, curriculum developer, and consultant. Hear some of her most memorable “Archer-isms” and come away inspired, informed, and energized to, as she says, “teach with passion and manage with compassion!”
Sustained thinking is where you're able to set aside time and start to think deeply. That's where we need to be in order to stretch ourselves and in order to grow. So this week we are talking about how literacy leaders are inspired with quotes. There is power in the words that make up inspirational quotes, and when we read them, we build self-efficacy in the kind of dialogue we have with ourselves. Literacy Leaders lean into quotes. We hope you will lean in with us this week. This episode was produced, edited, and engineered by Elizabeth Zwerg and Eleanor Cotton. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/learning-ally/message
Welcome to NASCO Moments Podcast. This episode is titled "Promoting Financial Literacy Among Youths" Our guest is Mr. Samson Bugama ( Financial Analyst) Happy Listening NASCO Group Click Here to follow us on Instagram
Welcome to NASCO Moments Podcast. This episode is titled "Promoting Financial Literacy Among Youth'' ( Part 2) Our guest is Mr. Samson Bugama ( Financial Analyst) Happy Listening NASCO GroupClick Here to follow us on Instagram
If you know me well, you know I love a good literacy routine! Mostly because they're quick, purposeful, and greatly improve students' literacy skills over time. What's not to like?! I'm super excited because I've spent the better part of a year developing my new literacy routine, which I know you're going to love. So in today's episode, I'm going to share my high impact literacy routine on sentence structure and how it improves students' reading and writing skills. Download our Sentence Writing Routine Resource https://www.stellarteacher.com/stc_optin/sentence-writing-routine/ (here)! Join us in the Stellar Teacher Reading Membership: https://www.stellarteacher.com/membership (stellarteacher.com/membership) To check out all of the resources from this episode, head to the show notes: https://www.stellarteacher.com/episode101 (https://www.stellarteacher.com/episode101)
In this interview, John Salvatore speaks with Nicole Quinn, Program Coordinator at Literacy New Jersey Gloucester County. Nicole shares what the organization is about and how they are serving members of the community through classes. They are also looking for volunteers. To learn more visit: https://literacynj.org/gloucester-county
John Tunnell, Agency Owner from Allstate, joins Jon Hansen on Your Money Matters. The two discuss the importance of having good coverage when it comes to car insurance. Tunnell explains the difference between liability and collision insurance and also talks about the daily rates based on the use of your car that Allstate offers. For […]
Linda Nayder of Accelerated Tax Resolutions joins Jon Hansen on Your Money Matters to talk all about taxes. From the beginning, Accelerated Tax Resolutions helps ease the mind of clients by being compassionate and understanding. With the help of a power of attorney, they deal with the IRS directly so their clients don’t have to. For more […]
We need to learn how to use 'real time data' to inform our teaching. And so often that comes from our students.So what can we find out from our students, and what is most important? What do we need to cover in the curriculum, and what are some effective resources we can use?Here's just a few tips:Set dedicated time for students to engage in reading and writing every dayTeachers should read aloud at least once a dayCreate multiple opportunities for students to share and discuss meanings they created from these reading and writing opportunitiesUse real books for readingAllow for student choice about what they read or writeTeachers should rove around the room, interacting with small groups or individualsHave low frequency of sustained periods of whole class, teacher-centred instructionAllow for sharing of interpretations of own and other's textsTune in to hear many more insights.This episode was recorded as part of a Literacy Leader Masterclass, which was a series of Zoom sessions over the year with a band of excited educators. We were able to share our successes and challenges in the classroom, getting feedback on what we are doing. And there was always a new topic to learn about each time. Sessions were recorded, so participants never missed a thing. Stay tuned for future masterclasses or get in touch. Enjoy, and let us know thoughts and feedback in our Facebook Group. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favourite podcast player. RELATED TEACHIFIC RESOURCES ONLINEReading Conferences: Assessment for Teaching and Learning by Diane SnowballThe Reading Curriculum: What to Teach and What to Assess by Diane SnowballConferring with Readers, Assessment Rubric, K-2Conferring with Readers, Assessment Rubric, 3-6Conferring With Readers Checklists K-6Planning Toolkit: Five Levels of Text Complexity, F-6Reading Response Journals by Sharon CallenReading Conference Toolkits, K-6 WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY ABOUT US..."Working with Sharon and Cue has given my staff a new impetus and focus on improving our student's literacy and learning. The "it's not a program" approach has given teachers the skills, structures and confidence to teach reading and writing in a highly explicit way but still allow it be joyful, interesting and motivating. Cue have been fantastic in their flexibility to deliver their support through video, face-to-face sessions, classroom modelling and ongoing 1 to 1 Zoom sessions. Distance has not been an issue."Andrew, Principal, Western Australia Got any questions? Feedback? Thoughts? Email the Cue office at: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Teacher's Tool Kit For Literacy is the free podcast for motivated teachers and school leaders who want the latest tips, tricks and tools to inspire their students and school community in literacy learning. Hear from literacy expert and founder of Cue Learning, Sharon Callen, and special guests.At Cue Learning, our literacy specialists draw on over 30 years of teaching and international consulting experience to deliver world-class learning solutions. We equip, empower and support teachers to become their authentic selves. To find out about upcoming events, and about how Cue can help you and your school, visit the Cue Learning website http://www.cuelearning.com.au/ and sign up to our newsletter https://cuelearning.com.au/contact/And you can get even more amazing teaching resources, right now, at Teachific https://www.teachific.com.au/.To make sure you don't miss any literacy learning tips and insights, please subscribe to our show on your favourite podcast player. MORE INFORMATION AT A GLANCE:Visit cuelearning.com.auSubscribe to the Teacher's Tool Kit For Literacy podcasts or join on Apple Podcasts hereContact the Cue office: email@example.comJoin our Teacher's Toolkit facebook groupFind connected resources on TeachificSee upcoming online eventsSee our online video courses hereAnd finally, read our insightful blogs hereProduced by Apiro Media https://apiropodcasts.com
Audiences tune in to Before You Go for first-hand accounts of the lives of our seniors. What about those of a certain age behind bars? Is death-by-incarceration being discussed enough in mainstream conversation? Formerly incarcerated Yusef Jones is currently out on parole after being sentenced to 30 to 60 years in a correctional facility known for its large population of lifers. In discussing the reality of coming into the system as a young man and leaving as a senior, Mr. Jones shares rare insight into how to survive behind bars. Education, mentoring and hope are first and foremost, according to our guest. And for those of us on the outside, if we want change to the enormous inequity when it comes to the justice system we have to show up and vote. As Malcolm X stated, it's "The Ballot or The Bullet."This episode first aired on KBLA Talk 1580 in Los Angeles, CA.
There’s a flood in Bear Town! Oh no! And it’s up to the Bear Family, and the entire town, to help out! Elana joins me for a book that actually involves the Bears… getting involved. It’s “The Berenstain Bears Get Involved!” And, spoiler: THEY DO!
Welcome back to Artbeat Radio! In this episode, service users from the Music Literacy and Music Studio classes at Able ARTS Work San Diego invite listeners to hear about what their classes are like, what they are excited about learning, and what they have been working on!Featuring: Jonathon Garcia, Stephanie Monis, Liam Porter, Claire Feth, Santiago Milanino, Sam Beyer, Matthew Fotinos, Sarah Shaw, Kaitlyn Johanson, Josh Andrews, Max Lecanu-Fayet Thanks for listening and tune in next time! For more information about our organization, please visit our website www.ableartswork.org Audio Transcription: (Please listen on Podomatic or Spotify to view the full transcript) *Intro music by Artbeat Radio staff* Music, stories, and more! You're listening to Artbeat Radio, a program of Able ARTS Work. *Music plays (Matthew) Alright! Do it! (Jonathon) Hello everyone and welcome to Art Beat Radio. (Stephanie) This week's episode will be featuring students from the Music Literacy and Music Studio classes at Able Arts Work San Diego. (Start background music) (Liam) You may be asking yourself, ‘what is music literacy?' (Liam) Basically, music literacy is how to read, write, and understand music. (Claire) We start class with music appreciation. (Santiago) We listen to a song carefully and explore the emotions it makes us feel. (Liam) Doing music appreciation teaches us how to explore our emotions because songs can have more than one emotion. (Jonathon) Mixing major and minor chords can give us a complex feeling like bittersweet. (Stephanie) If you want to be literate in music, first you need to learn the musical alphabet. The musical alphabet has 7 letters. (Sam) A, B, C, D, E, F, and G. (Jonathon) Sometimes a note can be sharp. (Claire) That means the note goes up. (Stephanie) Sometimes a note can be flat. (Santiago) That means the note goes down. (Liam) You can take notes and put them together to make chords. (Stephanie) Every basic chord is a triad – three notes played together. (Stephanie) We have learned that in any key, you can make major chords, minor chords, and diminished chords. (Santiago) Major chords can make us feel happy, calm, good, or bright. (Claire) Minor chords can make us feel tense, dark, down, or sad. (Jonathon) Diminished chords are even more tense than minor chords. (Liam) After a few weeks, we used all of this knowledge to start writing our own song together. (Stephanie) To come up with a chord progression, we started with the I chord, then experimented with other chord numbers until we came up with something that sounded good. (Jonathon) For the verse, we wrote a chord progression that goes I to iii to vii to I. (Liam) For the chorus we wrote a chord progression that goes V to vi to vii to ii. When the chorus repeats, we replace the ii chord with a IV chord. (Stephanie) Next, we experimented using notes from the chord triads to write a melody. Once we had our chord progression and melody, we listened to it carefully to figure out how the music made us feel. (Santiago) We chose one emotion to focus on with our lyrics. (Liam) We chose to focus on heartbreak because we agreed that the music sounded bittersweet. (Claire) Now we were ready to start writing the lyrics. (Jonathon) We used a rhyming dictionary and a thesaurus to help us craft the lyrics. (Santiago) To capture the bittersweet emotion of the music, we focused on the bitter in the verses, and on the sweet in the chorus. (Stephanie) Once we had the lyrics, we started choosing the instruments we wanted for our backing track and writing those parts in Logic. (Jonathon) Do you want to hear a preview of our song right now? (Stephanie) Hi, my name is Stephanie J. Monis. My favorite artist is Taylor Swift because I love her music and she is a songwriter. What I want to learn in this class is I want to put my songs and projects together so I can have some finished songs. (Sarah) Hi, my name is Sarah Shaw. My favorite recording is Demi Lovato. The thing I'm most excited about in Music Studio class is recording the song I wrote. The song I want to record from my song book is called “All Eyes On Me”. (Kaitlyn) My name is Kaitlyn Johanson. My favorite song artists are Harry Styles “As It Was” and David Bowie “Star Man”. My favorite recording artists are Kelly Clarkson and Bentley Brown. I'm most excited to learn from studio class this semester recording my voice, reading, and singing. (Claire Feth) My name is Claire Feth. My favorite recording artists is Celine Dion and Julie Andrews. I'm most excited to play my drums. (Josh) (Singing and playing piano) Oh, check it out. Hug-a hug-a. Hug-a please, promise. Craig coming. Where's coming coming? Say, Craig! (Max) Hi, my name is Max Lecanu-Fayet. My favorite recording artists are Matchbox 20 and Enrique Iglesias. The thing I am most excited to learn about in Music Studio is how to make music using the computer. *Outro music by Artbeat Radio staff* We hope you enjoyed this episode of Artbeat Radio. For more information, please go to our website. Ableartswork.org. Thanks for listening and tune in next time!
IRS tax attorney Steven A. Leahy joins Jon Hansen on Your Money Matters to discuss an article detailing how the IRS owes over a billion dollars in tax refunds. Later, Steven answers listener questions regarding taxes.
CEO and co-founder of Pilot Project Brewing Dan Abel joins Jon Hansen on Your Money Matters to talk about the company’s expansion to Milwaukee. Dan later elaborates on what it’s like to operate a brewery incubator and what that means exactly.
Melody Mercado, reporter for Block Club Chicago, joins Jon Hansen on Your Money Matters to talk about her article detailing how Google moving to the Thompson Center could potentially bring more residents downtown. To read her full article, click here.
Jon Hansen is joined by Craig Bolanos, Founder and CEO of Wealth Management Group, to discuss Jerome Powell’s speech following the Fed interest rate hikes. Later, Craig addressed the future of China’s economy and the Zero-Covid Policy.
Picture this: A group of passionate fans is huddled around their devices. Their favorite outlet has just dropped the latest response to a hotly contested article that has divided their community. As the group reads through, they debate, discuss, inquire, and post in their chosen social network. They make reference to other similar works, cite compelling evidence, and have different perspectives on the future direction of their community. Now, what kind of community did you have in mind during this scene? Were you imagining a group of teens debating the latest controversy from The Real Housewives or Keeping Up With the Kardashians? Or what about a group of literary scholars discussing a new interpretation that challenges the consensus on a canonical texts? What if it was referring to both? That might surprise you, but it's an overlap that's incredibly familiar to our guest this week—Assistant Professor of ELA Education and SUNY Empire State College, Dr. Karis Jones. Dr. Jones is a self-styled acafan activist studying the interpretive and discursive practices that happen in fandom spaces. Like me, she believes this broadening of how we conceptualize literacy can have transformative implications for how we frame and teach the discipline. So, whether you're a literary scholar, Marvel Movie fan, or K-Pop enthusiast, this episode has much to offer. Enjoy! Follow Karis on TwitterCheck out her website here
EVP and Regional President of Busey Bank Sean Gallagher, and CEO and President of Big Shoulders Fund Josh Hale, join Jon Hansen on Your Money Matters to discuss what Big Shoulders Fund does to give back to the community. Later on, they elaborate on what the Fed rate hike means for borrowers and how it […]
Teaching literacy is not an easy task. Neither is planning for literacy instruction and getting enough time to actually teach all the things! Do you struggle to fit all the things you need to teach into your literacy block? You're not alone! In this episode, I have a plan for your literacy block no matter how much time you have to teach reading and writing. Check out the episode, all the resources, and grab the Writer's Craft Lesson Ideas and Using Technology With Purpose. It's all in the show notes! TEACH JOYFULLY FB COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theteachinglab INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/lisa_j_burns
President of NationsShares and author of “The Anxious Investor” Scott Nations joins Jon Hansen on Your Money Matters to explain what the Fed rate hike means for you. Later, Scott addresses the statements made by Chair of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, during the press conference following the FOMC meeting.
Consumer Guide Automotive‘s publisher Tom Appel joins Jon Hansen on Your Money Matters to discuss electric vehicles as rental cars. Plus, Tom answers questions from callers and talks about the supply of vehicles in dealer lots. Is demand chasing prices?
Fraud never sleeps. Jon Hansen is joined by ‘Professor Fraud' Bill Kresse, Professor at Governors State University in University Park. Jon and the professor talk about the pandemic fraud in Minnesota where 47 people were recently charged.
The sixth chapter of the magical, timeless tale detailing the Lost Boys meeting Wendy, Michael and John who arrive in Neverland led by Peter Pan. Written by J.M. Barrie and narrated by The Library Fairy with voices, song and memorable characters. Chapter 6 (part 1 of 2) and slightly abridged, with suspense and themes more appropriate for children ages 10+. Please visit The Library Fairy at Patreon to support the show, and keep it free and accessible. Support the show
Keeping students engaged in learning is one of the most important and difficult tasks a teacher faces. In the past few years, school districts have seen a major uptick in students being more distracted, disengaged, and avoiding work. We recently got a chance to talk with literacy expert/author Kelly Gallagher to discuss why students aren't engaged, the implications and impact that has on students and teachers, and what sort of things we can do to keep students engaged in learning.
Happy Humpday F.A.B. Fam!! Speaking of hump day, your F.A.B. hosts are reviewing the 2018 documentary "Sex and Love Around the World" by Christine Amanpour. Christine travels around the world (Tokyo, Delhi, Beirut, Berlin, and Accra (Ghana) to talk to women about the rules of engagement in relationships and intimacy. It's a six part documentary directed by women. The topics cover everything from the idea of modern love to roles men and women play in sex, love, marriage family and even divorce. Tune in for a conversation on some of the hottest topics on the planet since the beginning of time! Cheers!! Warning: Adult Content & Language, please be advised this show is for adults 18 and up and the open minded. No disrespect to any culture or religion is intended. We are privileged, especially as women, to have the ability to partake in honest conversation which sometimes contain controversial topics & views. Please understand it is all love. "It the only thing there's just to little of!!" **Dedication: To our listeners who keep us going, to the human spirit and wordle & of course nerds. Please be on the lookout for our Patreon...your support will help us upgrade our audio visual content. About the Series: :https://youtu.be/NknJursyfOg About the Author:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christiane_Amanpour Show Notes: _ *Delhi: *When the British saw hijra for the first time they were not feeling it and passed the Tribal Act: Their status came down with Colonization by the British empire (https://www.himalmag.com/long-history-criminalising-hijras-india-jessica-hinchy-2019/) khajuraho sculptures: https://www.indianeagle.com/travelbeats/khajuraho-temple-history-and-art/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KhajurahoGroupofMonuments Beirut: Muslim erotic text from the 1500's: The perfumed garden of Sexual delight: book starts with an orgasm between man and woman in front of God https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ThePerfumedGarden *Voudon: https://www.britannica.com/topic/Vodou https://www.livescience.com/40803-voodoo-facts.html African traditional religions /ATR: https://www.encyclopedia.com/religion/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/african-traditional-religions *Big mouth 'Life is a big fat mess" song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZBninmxjrU *Malala Yousafzai: Activist https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malala_Yousafzai *72 virgins or raisins? Do your own research on this topic, but here is what we found online: https://globalnation.inquirer.net/163694/raisins-not-virgins-quran-scholars-say https://www.indiatimes.com/news/india/islamic-scholar-punctures-72-virgins-theory-says-martyrs-will-only-get-raisins-in-heaven-340579.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTIZezQEZcQ *Stranger than Fiction: *BBC: Sir Salman Rushdie published his famous and controversial novel The Satanic Verses in 1988, sparking outrage among some Muslims, who considered its content to be blasphemous.The book's release prompted the Iranian leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini to issue a fatwa calling for the writer's death in 1989. Mr Matar told the New York Post he had only read "a couple of pages" of the book and did not say whether the fatwa had inspired him. https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-62588666 Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your book suggestions and "Stranger Than Fiction" stories so we can share them on the show!! Please reach out and let us how we are doing!! You can find us online by clicking our Link tree https://linktr.ee/Fabpod Don't forget to follow, rate, review, and SHARE our podcast! Thank you!
A research paper links under-performance in reading and maths among 15-year-olds with worse outcomes later in life. The paper shows that those with low literacy and numeracy skills in their teens are likely to have lower earnings and higher rates of hospitalisation than more skilled students. New Zealand Work Research Insitute director Gail Pacheco spoke to Guyon Espiner.
One thing that makes planning centers easier, is having activities that you use over and over again. In this episode of The Teacher Time Podcast, I'm sharing a literacy center idea that you can use all year long. If you haven't listened to episode 63 or episode 64, you're definitely going to want to listen to those! In those episodes we talked about a consideration that would make prepping easier for you AND increase student independence. What's Covered In This Episode: A reminder about how much you actually need to switch out centers A meaningful literacy center you can use in your classroom all year long, including materials you'll need and how to implement it Links: Magic Letter and Sight Word Printables Center Slides Bundle with Automatic Timers Episode 63: Center Tips to Help with Student Independence Episode 64: A Math Center You Can Use All Year Long
Geoffrey A. Fowler, Washington Post Technology columnist, joins Jon Hansen on Your Money Matters to inform listeners that they should be on the lookout when searching things on the internet, scams are now showing up at the top of online searches.
Use code SLPPODCAST to get 25% off registration! Register NowThis episode is a little different than our other episodes. This episode is part of an online, digital podcast conference, or “podference” if you will, called SLP LIVE that took place on September 17th, 2022. If you'd like to earn ASHA CEUs for this episode you can use this link or go to www.slp-live.com to register for the conference. Handouts, a digital exhibit hall, conference playbook, and private conference community is also available to all registered conference participants. Episode Description: In this session, we discuss the prevalence of dyslexia and the role of speech language pathologists in dyslexia evaluation and intervention. We also discuss best practices for dyslexia evaluation and treatment.A rope image was discussed during this episode. You can find that image here: https://dyslexiaida.org/scarboroughs-reading-rope-a-groundbreaking-infographic/References:nternational Dyslexia Association (2019). IDA Dyslexia Handbook: What Every Family Should Know https://app.box.com/s/8ucxzz2u5wq2wezqoaqgrltn532z97bzCatts, H., Fey, M., Zhang, X., Tomblin, J. (2001) Estimating the Risk of Future Reading Difficulties in Kindergarten Children: A Research-Based Model and Its Clinical Implementation. Language Speech and Hearing Services in SchoolsGaab, N. and Petscher, Y. (2022). Screening for Early Literacy Milestones and Reading Disabilities The Why, When, Whom, How and Where. Perspectives on Language and Literacy. Hernandez, D. J. (2011). Double jeopardy: How third-grade reading skills and pover- ty influence high school graduation. Annie E. Casey Foundation. National Center for Education Statistics. (2019). National Assessment of Educational Progress: An overview of NAEP. Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education. https:// nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/ Scarborough, H. S. (2001). Connecting early language and literacy to later reading (dis)abilities: Evidence, theory, and practice. In S. Neuman & D. Dickinson (Eds.), Handbook for research in early literacy (pp. 97–110). New York, NY: Guilford PressShaywitz BA, Shaywitz SE, Blachman BA, Pugh KR, Fulbright RK, Skudlarski P, Mencl WE, Constable RT, Holahan JM, Marchione KE, Fletcher JM, Lyon GR, Gore JC. Development of left occipitotemporal systems for skilled reading in children after a phonologically- based intervention. Biol Psychiatry. 2004 May 1;55(9):926-33. doi: 10.1016/j.biopsych.2003.12.019. PMID: 15110736.
What does research show about the importance of literacy skills when solving math and specifically word problems? How can educators prioritize and build in academic conversations into their classroom routines? What can teachers do to marry math and language so that multilingual learners can engage with the content more deeply? We discuss these questions and much more with Diane Kue, an educational author, speaker, and consultant with eighteen years of teaching and instructional leadership experience. Her new book, Solved: A Teacher's Guide to Making Word Problems Comprehensible applies practical, research-supported, strategic instructional approaches to equipping learners with life-long skills applicable beyond the classroom. She has presented locally to school campuses and districts, regionally for ESC and TexTESOL, and nationally for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. To download the full episode transcript, click here. Visit our EL Community page for episode resources, related content and more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/highest-aspirations/message
On today's episode we hear about the subject of Critical Literacy from Dr. Amy Tondreau of the Department of Education at UMBC. Dr. Amy Tondreau Dr. Tondreau's recent paper in Teaching and Learning in Action "Hello Goodbye Dog" by Maria Gianferrari On today's Campus Connection, we hear about a recent co-authored paper by Dr. Jiyoon Lee, Associate Professor, UMBC's Department of Education. Dr. Jiyoon Lee Assessing language learning in virtual exchange: Suggestions from the field of language assessment Check out the following links for more information on UMBC, CS3, and our host: The UMBC Center for the Social Sciences Scholarship The University of Maryland, Baltimore County Ian G. Anson, Ph.D. Retrieving the Social Sciences is a production of the UMBC Center for Social Science Scholarship. Our podcast host is Dr. Ian Anson, our director is Dr. Christine Mallinson, our associate director is Dr. Felipe Filomeno and our production intern is Alex Andrews. Our theme music was composed and recorded by D'Juan Moreland. Special thanks to Amy Barnes and Myriam Ralston for production assistance. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, where you can find full video recordings of recent UMBC events.
Literacy is essential to navigating today's world. Without the ability to read, people struggle with basic tasks, such as finding a place to live, applying for a job, or seeking healthcare. With so much of our daily lives depending on reading, it may be surprising that there are such huge disparities in literacy rates. So, how can parents bridge these disparities and ensure their children have the literacy skills they need? Writer, parent educator, and literacy advocate, Maya Payne Smart, joins Marti and Erin to discuss six "levers" parents can activate to prepare their children for reading success. She also shares examples of simple things parents can do to help their children develop foundational literacy skills. Tune in to hear her tips for helping your kids build literacy skills from birth to kindergarten. WHAT WILL YOU DO TO HELP YOUR CHILDREN LEARN TO READ? How will you ensure your children have the literacy skills they need? What ideas do you have for how you can activate the six "levers" with your own children? WANT TO LEARN MORE? ❉ PARENTS' ROLE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT. Dr. Susan Outlaw shares practical tips for how to support your child's optimal language development in this episode of Mom Enough. She also talks about how to know if your child's language development is on track or if a professional language evaluation, and possibly extra support or early intervention, might be needed to help the child reach necessary milestones. ❉ EARLY LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT: INTEGRATING LANGUAGE LEARNING INTO EVERYDAY LIFE. Long before children enter formal education, they are constantly learning from parents and other caring adults who interact with them through language stimulation. Before they even begin to speak, babies are making sense of language, building a vocabulary and developing conversational patterns. So, to make sure our children have this important foundation, do we need to be fluent in English, have a house full of books or know formal teaching strategies? Dr. Alisha Wackerle-Hollman shares reassuring answers to these questions and more. ❉ PROMOTING LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN: INSIGHTS AND GUIDANCE. Language skills are essential to academic learning, positive relationships and clear thinking. Parents have a crucial role in promoting language development in children through simple, everyday interactions from infancy to adulthood, whether or not English is the primary language at home and whether or not a child is bilingual. Dr. Maria Sera shares research-based information to help you provide a solid language foundation for your child's needs.
We're back for season 2 of the Together in Literacy Podcast! We took the summer off from recording so that we could spend some time with our families and now we're back and ready to dive even deeper into The Science of Reading! In this episode, we'll fill you in on some of the exciting things we did (both professionally and personally) over the summer. Then, we're digging into some important info about the Science of Reading! Tune in for an exciting discussion of the Science of Reading and how it relates to dyslexia and teaching the whole child. We'll look at some misunderstandings we see, offer some recommendations that we have, and share some important points to remember when choosing what training to invest in. Resources mentioned in this episode: Season 1, Episode 12: The Importance of Building Teacher Knowledge and The Peter Effect Teaching Reading is Rocket Science by Dr. Louisa C. Moats Overcoming Dyslexia by Sally Shaywitz Decoding Dyslexia - a network of parent-led grassroots movements across the country concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia within the public education system. Season 1, Episode 10: The Gradual Release of Responsibility If you like this episode, please take a few minutes to rate, review, and subscribe. Your support and encouragement are so appreciated! Have a question you'd like us to cover in a future episode of Together in Literacy? Email us at email@example.com! If you'd like more from Together in Literacy, you can check out our website, Together in Literacy, or follow us on Facebook and Instagram. For more from Emily, check out The Literacy Nest. For more from Casey, check out The Dyslexia Classroom. Thank you for listening and joining us in this exciting and educational journey into dyslexia as we come together in literacy!
You have your small group literacy block scheduled! You know what you will include in your mini-lesson to address phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, and comprehension. You even have your centers organized and ready to go. But now comes the small group instruction. What do you actually do when students rotate through your table? In today's episode, I am going to break down a small group lesson plan to show you how and what I taught in small groups during my literacy block. Show Notes --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/farrah-henley/support
Happy 60th Anniversary to the Berenstain Bears! In recognition of this incredible milestone, I’ve invited Mike Berenstain on the show to chat about those bears, his parents, his childhood and anything else we want to talk about. Happy Anniversary, Bears!
In the final episode of our School Principles series, we explore abolitionist education: a teaching approach centered on abolishing oppressive educational structures, while loving, protecting, remembering, and healing children of color and their communities. And we ask, what is the purpose of education? Dr. Gholdy Muhammad, Associate Professor of Language, Literacy, and Culture at the University of Illlinois Chicago, joins us to explore all these questions.
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