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Squid Game is apparently still a thing. The tide is changing though: it's gone from universally acclaimed to hated by Tom and Tim. Say goodbye to your 100% Fresh rating, Squid Game. And speaking of things people hate, slurs are an interesting cultural phenomenon. Every culture does it, and every culture has a slur for just about every other culture. Math isn't the universal language. The real universal language is hate. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're wrapping up our coverage & commentary on season 3 of Netflix's The Circle with our podcast on the last batch of episodes! Agie, Stacey, Anna (and kind of also Nick) are here to talk through what we loved about the season & what we think could still use some improvement. We're talking about last-minute players, the latest new twists to the game, and the absolutely gag-worthy reveals when the players finally get to meet. In addition to our usual segments, we're giving our takes on the final rankings (and the math involved), the overall strategizing of the players, and the heartwarming moments that made us love this season so much. If you're looking for a specific segment, here's a break down: One Minute Thoughts (1:23 - 6:37) Season 3 Part 3 Recap (6:37 - 52:42) Honorable Mention (52:42 - 58:18) Vibe Checks (58:18 - 1:01:28) Rapid Fire (1:01:28 - end) Be sure to give us a follow as well on Instagram @EscapingRealityPod and on Twitter @EscRealityPod -- If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe & leave us a rating/review on Apple Podcasts and/or follow us on Spotify! Make sure to tell your friends about the pod and have them join you (and us) on our journey through reality competition shows. As always, thanks for listening & thanks for Escaping Reality with us!
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On this week's episode of LOOKING UP, Dr. Deepika Chopra talks to Danica McKellar- actress, mother, mathematician, and philanthropist! Intelligent, transparent, and lovely, Danica shares about the unexpected tie between resiliency and math, how we can go about finding our purpose, and the tools she uses every day to help fight overwhelm and anxiety. LOOKING UP is honored to be one of her first and only podcast appearances, and we know you are going to take as much from this episode as we did. Danica tells us about the importance of continuing to try when we feel unsure or unable, how we pass on resilience to our kids through vulnerability and her thoughts on how embracing our smarts and the problems we have to spend a little bit more time on as the keys to a resilient life! Enjoy this episode of LOOKING UP. To purchase your own THINGS ARE LOOKING UP Optimism Deck of Cards please visit ThingsAreLookingUp.co For more BTS footage of this episode and any others follow @drdeepikachopra + @allthingsarelookingup Guest Details: @danicamckellar + @mckellarmath The Book That Changed The Way Danica Lives Her Life: “The 7 Spiritual Laws of Success” by Deepak Chopra Photo credit: Cathryn Farnsworth. Produced by Dear Media.
This week, Sarah shares an article that talks about a study that encourages parents to focus on early numeracy skills so children can foster school success. Ryan shares an article that talks about the implementation of financial literacy courses and combining financial literacy standards as part of math or civics coursework. Tune in!Don't just listen, join the conversation! Tweet us at @AcademicaMedia or with the hashtag #BigIdeasinEducation with questions or new topics you want to see discussed. Articles: https://lovevery.com/community/blog/child-development/if-you-want-your-kid-to-get-ahead-later-start-math-now/https://www.the74million.org/article/financial-literacy-now-a-graduation-requirement-for-all-rhode-island-high-schools-after-years-of-student-teacher-activismHosts: Ryan Kairalla (@ryankair); Sarah Boulos Fye (@readwithfye)Producer: Ross Ulysse
Hello everyone! Saying this year is difficult is an understatement. Administrators, teachers, students and parents are all trying to figure out how to balance their lives within constant disruption and uncertainty. For many, this problem is causing mental health concerns and quality of life struggles. In hopes that we can shed some light—and the importance of—managing mental health, I have brought on Monika, otherwise known as @thecheerteacher on Instagram, to discuss her path through mental health struggles, how she got out of her dark time, and how she is helping her students manage their own mental health for the better. In this episode we touch on: Teaching in a variety of grades The beginning of her work with a mental health focus in the classroom Monika's descent into hating her job because of putting on a "happy face" and her way out of this dark place Managing time to support student mental needs Modeling how to handle difficult emotions You do not want to miss this one! This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their new classroom resource, Math by the Book by Sue O'Connell and colleagues. Math is everywhere—even in great children's books! Teachers and students love a good story. But those stories can also help elementary students make sense of important mathematical concepts. Math by the Book shows teachers how to use high-quality children's books to teach grade-specific math skills and content. You'll find activities, investigations, and teaching strategies…all paired with lists of carefully chosen K-5 literature. So, if you're looking for a fresh way to bring math teaching to life in your classroom, visit MathByTheBook.com to download a free sample or order a copy. That's MathByTheBook.com.
Math Running Records - Dr. Nicki NewtonDevelopment of Mathematical Reasoning InfographicMath Flips – Berkeley EverettEpisode 60: Building Self-Reliance in MathCHALLENGE: Give a Math Running Record to one of your students and let us know how it goes!
Ready to sign on a few new clients using the FASTEST form of marketing? In this episode I walk you through how much you could be earning everytime you speak and share with an audience filled with your ideal clients. Think about how much a client is worth to you and multiply that by how many clients you'd like to sign on every-single-time you speak.You could literally fill up your coaching roster or programs with ease. Check out what you'll learn: Calculate how much you'd be earning everytime you speak Case studies of selling products in the back of the room and clients Watch the Facebook Live training here: PLUS, there is so much opportunity right around you and meeting planners are looking for you. Links and resources mentioned in this episode: Grab the FREE resource Go from Unknown to Visible. Follow me on Instagram: @laurieann.murabito For more about me and what I do, check out my website. If you're looking for support to grow your business faster, get fully booked and profitable, schedule a call to explore if you'd be a good fit for one of my coaching programs. This episode is brought to you by: Acuity Scheduling, the application for all your scheduling, payment and appointment reminders. This all in one easy place for clients, sales calls and interviews to book their own appointment with you to fit their schedule and you'll never worry about time zones again! For a limited time try it for free with no credit card.
In this very special episode of The Staffroom Podcast, Chey is joined by Lainie Rowell, educator, author, consultant and host of the Lemondade Learning podcast, co-hosting all the way from Huntington Beach, California for Part 2 of a phenomenal conversation series centred around EdTech. Episode 97 continues the conversation of the value and hype that come with EdTech tools, from integrated teaching tools to social media platforms. Chey and Lainie discuss EdTech hype, the over-abundance of EdTech tools and lastly social media, which can be a sensitive topic for so many educators, but also can be of such value in the teaching space. This conversation is not only informative, but also filled with lots of fun comedy to keep you fully entertained! Be sure to stay in touch with Lainie through her website, podcast, books and all the incredible work she is doing within Education! Website: https://www.lainierowell.com/ Podcast: http://lemonadelearning.us/ A rich discussion with several a-ha! moments throughout! Tune into this great chat, and always be a part of it by tagging @StaffPodcast #TheStaffroomPodcast on Twitter! Tell us what you think, interact, and give us your feedback and reflections. Check out podcast episodes, Chey & Pav's LIVE radio show: The Drive on VoicEd Radio, blog and all the other amazing things they are up to at CheyandPav.com! Are You Looking for Presenters? As we embark on an evolving way of teaching and learning, there's value in finding great teacher created professional development to deliver to peers. Chey and Pav offer a few great presentations that they offer, and can do for your school or district, either in person or virtually. Here are some of the topics they currently are covering for staff and administrators: Math and Social Emotional Learning: The Key Elements, Teaching Pedagogy and Assessment Pieces Rediscover Your Voice: Enhancing your Teaching Practice through Podcasting Addressing Racism, Supporting Identity Work and Creating Inclusive Learning Spaces Vision and Mission: Application to Teaching Practice Digital Storytelling - Culturally Responsive Photography and Photo-Editing There's so much to talk and learn about! Chey and Pav can develop a PD session or conversation starter based on any topics they've discussed on The Staffroom Podcast! Please reach out to us at info@CheyandPav.com for more information and to schedule your learning session with this Dynamic Duo! Chey and Pav Educational Services, Inc.
Moobarkfluff! We are joined today by furry and fantasy novelist Ian Madison Keller. He chats with us about his processes and all his novels and stories. Bearly is now part of Capital Pride in Salem Oregon (go Bearly). Why are we obsessed with Wallabys this week? Ziggy calls in for Five Minute Furs and the Ghosts mess with our audio feed! There actually is some furries in the News this week! We play This or That and Trivia. Taebyn talks about a mathematical conjecture. So come set with us a spell! We love to have you listening! Moobarkfluff!https://www.bonfire.com/store/bearly-furcasting/Ian Keller Links:Website: http://madisonkeller.netAmazon: https://www.amazon.com/Ian-Madison-Keller/e/B00MX2UZQWTwitter: https://twitter.com/maddiekellerrBooks Series:Dragonsbane Saga: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0753LVHHTUrban fantasy w/publisher: https://goalpublications.com/series/changing-bodies/Flower's Fang (currently free for Furry Book Month): https://books2read.com/u/4XgN2aFurry Fiction is Everywhere: https://books2read.com/u/3nEWEKNational Novel Writing Bundle (also attached promo pic): https://storybundle.com/nanoSupport the show (https://ko-fi.com/bearlyfurcasting)
People actually still got their news despite the Facebook downtime and there's still something funny about a shaved alpaca. Eric talks about web site hacking and Jon shares his thoughts on SMS spam from hacked routers. Eric finds a couple planets and Jon find a math problem. 0:00 - Intro 11:00 - What to do with Facebook down 12:03 - NSA's ALPACA recommendations 15:12 - Missouri takes on "hacking" 20:08 - Routers that do SMS go boom 25:16 - Space! 27:40 - Math!
i might change my major again. probably. anyways, go watch the video my dudes. Watch the video here: linkYou can also use: linktr.ee/schizophreniapodEmail me: email@example.comLetterboxd: Noah Zambrano's profile • LetterboxdCheck out my music: https://linktr.ee/nowhyTopics include; university, changing majors more than once, changing majors, engineering, math, writing, business, law, La Croix, etc.
We talk with MB Clemens about the need for the trades, working with your hands, and the importance of integrating STEM Science Technology Engineering and Math into schools and the advantage of the Art in STEAM. Legos, Lincoln Logs, and tons of rabbit trails. Get the full details of this podcast
Saul of Tarsus had a very impressive resume. He came from an upstanding Jewish family, had the best education, and as a Pharisee enjoyed the respect of his peers. However, when Saul met Jesus on the Damascus Road, he gladly gave up all of his worldly prestige for the joy of knowing Jesus as Lord. In today's message, Pastor Ricky reminds us that having a personal relationship with Christ is more fulfilling and brings with it more joy than any poultry thing this world has to offer.
Wherein the narrator reacts to the SCREAM 5 trailer, and complains that it shouldn't called "SCREAM" (which is the actual title), and then tells a story about a very angry math teacher he had in high school, and how the teachers of "regular" classes were generally pretty shattered, emotionally; by the end of it he's remembering what it was like to buy VHS tapes on eBay, once the technology was obsolete, and then he shares some of novelist Mark Z. Danielewski's wisdom regarding fear and its adversarial/inverse relationship to knowledge.
Catch us every morning, 5 days a week, for our Daily Drop-In live series at 7:00am Eeastern. Join us for interviews with educators from all around the world, valuable resources, motivation, inspiration, and a whole lot of fun! For more visit www.teachbetter.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teach-better-talk/message
Jimmy and Farouk had a fight. A nuclear bomb in Cairo. A new character(s): Ex-mobsters working in a news station curious about a human/monkey. Conspiracy theories about Faragello and the whereabouts of El Shiki Dodo lansheon. We research random years in history and discover revelations. We finish off with discovering Algebra by an exaggerated version of Al Khawarizmi.جيمي وفاروق يتخانقوا. قنبلة ذرية في القاهرة. كاركترز جدد: مافيا متقاعدة مستولية على محطة إخبارية عشان يستضيفوا راجل/قرد. نظرية مؤامرة عن فرجللو وإختفاء الشيكي دودو. نقرأ عن أحداث عشوائية في التاريخ. نتكلم عن الخوارزمي وعلم الجبر.
Does this describe you? "You might be a homeschooler if you consider math a foreign language!" Moms, math does not have to be a burden this school year. If math lessons stress out you or your child, then make sure you check out this week's Coffee With Carrie Podcast. Moms asked for an episode on making math more meaningful and fun. Here it is! In this week's coffee break, Carrie shares simple and inexpensive ways to make math more meaningful, less stressful, and most importantly, more fun! Did you know Carrie wrote a math series called Math FUNdamentals? Unfortunately, the three books, Fun & Games: Using Games to Teach Math, Math Story Time: Using Literature Teach Math , and Cooking Up Some Math, are all out of print. Even though the Math FUNdamentals series is no longer available, Carrie's passion for making math fun still burns brightly. Now Carrie shares her love for math games and mathematical picture books through Coffee With Carrie Consultant IGTV Math Series, CWC Online Workshops, and Coffee With Carrie Homeschool Podcast. This week's podcast is one of those "how to make math fun" episodes. Put your math workbooks away for a minute, put your feet up, pour yourself a much-deserved cup of coffee, and join Carrie for some homeschooling encouragement. For links to resources mentioned in this podcast, go to Coffeewithcarrie.org. To purchase Carrie's homeschooling book, Just Breathe (and Take a Sip of Coffee): Homeschool in Step with God), visit Amazon.com. For more daily devotions, encouragement and articles on how to homeschool, visit Coffeewithcarrie.org or go to IG @coffeewithcarrieconsultant. To hear more podcasts that are filled with homeschooling help and encouragement, subscribe to Coffee With Carrie Podcast. New episodes are dropped every Thursday.To listen to CWC Episode # 19: Math Morning Time: Tame Those Math Tears and Fears, go to iTunes or your favorite podcast provider.If you enjoy CWC Podcasts, we would love for you to leave a review and a 5-Star Rating. Click HERE; it is easy and free!#coffeewithcarriepodcast#justbreathesipcoffee#homeschoolencouragement
Ali Abedi is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Cooperating Professor of Computing and Information Sciences, an Associate Vice President for Research, and Director of Center for Undergraduate Research (CUGR) at the University of Maine. His work relies heavily on a multi-disciplinary approach that is focused on engineering with a strong recognition of the foundation provided by physics and math. ~~~~~~The 2022 Maine Science Festival Call for Ideas is open (https://www.mainesciencefestival.org/call-for-ideas) until November 19, 2021.Tickets are now on sale for the 2022 Headliner: The Warming Sea - an exploration of Hope in the face of the climate crisis. (thewarmingsea.me) - March 19, 2022, 7pm, Collins Center for the Arts.~~~~~~The Maine Science Podcast is a production of the Maine Science Festival. It was recorded at Discovery Studios, at the Maine Discovery Museum, in Bangor, ME. Edited and produced by Kate Dickerson; production support by Maranda Bouchard and social media support from Next Media. The Discover Maine theme was composed and performed by Nick Parker. If you want to support the Maine Science Podcast and/or the Maine Science Festival, you can do so at our website mainesciencefestival.org either at our donation page OR by getting some MSF merchandise through our online store. Find us online:Website - Maine Science FestivalMaine Science Festival on social media: Facebook Twitter InstagramMaine Science Podcast on social media: Facebook Twitter InstagramMaine Science Festival Store - https://bit.ly/MSF-storecontact us: firstname.lastname@example.org© 2021 Maine Science Festival
Pour ce premier épisode de la saison 2, vous allez entendre Harmony et sa petite sœur Romane. Harmony sous le nom Instagram de “Canelle et croissant” habite en Suède avec son mari et son fils depuis maintenant 2 ans. Dans cet épisode elle va nous parler de sa reconversion professionnelle, passant d'ingénieur dans le spatial en France à prof de Maths à Stockholm. Son histoire est assez incroyable alors accrochez-vous ! Sa petite sœur Romane nous expliquera son ressenti par rapport au changement soudain de profession de sa sœur et au départ en Suède. Aller c'est parti pour le premier épisode de la saison 2 ! Belle découverte et bonne écoute !
Phresher stops by to talk long term relationships, being somewhere he wasn't supposed to be, the Kyrie Irving situation, and more. →DONATE TO $HOFFAGANG ON CASH APP← cash.app/app/GXTMJQT →FOLLOW ON SOCIAL MEDIA← YOUTUBE: bit.ly/MathHoffaYouTube TWITTER: twitter.com/mathhoffa INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/Math.Hoffa/ FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/people/Math-Hoff…100044542324824/
Price Inflation is leading to lower consumption, causing poorer earnings and a stagflation feedback loop; accounting gimmicks that make earnings appear better than they are; Super-savers and the Math of Loss; how you can triple your income, working from home! ------ SEG-1: The Feedback Loop of Inflation SEG-2: Earning Season: Better Living Through Accounting Gimmicks SEG-3: The Ugly Truth About Super-Savers SEG-4: How to Triple Your Income this Year -------- Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO, w Senior Advisor, Danny Ratliff, CFA -------- Our Latest "Three Minutes on Markets & Money: Will the Fed Taper Sooner & Harder?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfEe1BT_dYg&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1&t=2s -------- Our previous show, "Does Market Risk to Investors Remain?" is here: youtube.com/watch?v=CnhMwaX_QUY&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1&t=1s -------- Register for the next Retirement Right Lane class: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/evrplus_registration/?action=evrplusegister&event_id=4 -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #Inflation #Stagflation #EarningsSeason #Markets #SuperSavers #WorkFromHome #TripleIncome
The probabilities that we rely on for our trading decisions all come from models, but there are many different models out there. Today, Jacob joins TP and Tony to discuss ways to judge the quality of a model and decide which probabilities to rely on.
The probabilities that we rely on for our trading decisions all come from models, but there are many different models out there. Today, Jacob joins TP and Tony to discuss ways to judge the quality of a model and decide which probabilities to rely on.
Guest: Boitumelo Medupe John is joined by Boitumelo Medupe, a South Peninsula High School Student that is excited to be part of the first group in Africa that will write the Grade 12 Exams on the subject of Marine Sciences. A passion for the underwater eco system has brought 12 pupils together from The South Peninsula High School, Wynberg Girls High, Norman Henshilwood High and The Cape Academy of Maths, Science and Technology in Constantia. Together they have immersed themselves in the subject outside of school hours since Grade 8. Boitumelo Medupe was inspired to study marine sciences by her father, Arnold, who was a former crew member on a navy vessel who is now a warrant officer in The South African Police Sea Border Unit that targets poachers of abalone and west coast rock lobster. Boitumelo's after hours love for the subject has paid off and she is very proud to be allowed to add it to her formal Grade 12 accreditation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on BEAT BERNIE: Another genius steps up to the plate as Asher, the Math teacher from New Jersey takes on Sid, one on one. It is Math vs History state of minds! Will this be a good match, dead even, or a huge landslide?! Find out now!!!
Beyond the Gist October 12, 2021 Episode 15: The Math of God In this episode, I look at a New Testament reference to an Old Testament idea to consider why God's timetable might not match up with our own. Hosted by Eric Nygren (@eric_nygren) Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 03:45 An important contrast, Psalm 90 06:26 Something similar, 2 Peter 3:8 08:28 The Math of God? 10:59 Is God slow? 15:31 Outro Thanks for listening to Beyond the Gist. If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe to this podcast on Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you listen to your podcasts. While you're at it, consider rating this podcast, writing a review, or sharing something on social media. You can follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram at @beyondthegist and you can visit the webpage at beyondthegistpod.com. Email: email@example.com https://wavve.link/beyondthegist
Is there any legitimacy to Terrence Howard's "universal math" theory? Langston and his guest Radha Blank (The Forty-Year-Old Version on Netflix) try to add up all of Terrence's transformative teachings. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/mysterious-timelessness-math. Math is a really useful subject—at least, that's what your parents and teachers told you. But math also leads to scenarios, like Zeno's paradoxes, that seem to inspire skepticism. So why do we believe in math and rely on it to build bridges and spaceships? How can anyone discover the secrets of the universe by simply scribbling numbers on a piece of paper? Is math some kind of magic, or does it have a more ordinary explanation? And could math be culturally relative, or are its concepts timeless and universal? Josh and Ray add things up with Arezoo Islami from SF State University.
ClassCast Podcast Ep.078 features Kohila Sivas, the founder and lead coach at MathCodes, an innovative program designed to help students build their math skills, personal confidence, and executive functions. Kohila's amazing work builds on the idea that most students need more than just content help, so adults must be more than just tutors or teachers; instead, Kohila recommends serving as a "coach," one who works with the student, on the same team, to achieve mutual goals. In addition to her 22+ years in private tutoring and coaching, Kohila has worked as an advocate, teacher's assistant, teacher, and parent. Recently, she launched the MathCodes Certified Coach program to help other tutors and teachers around the world to better serve their students by demystifying math and helping the whole student. She's also the author of the upcoming book Escape the Tutoring Trap: Be an Agent of Change. If you are a tutor or teacher looking for some great ideas about serving all students or improving your practices, or if you are a parent interested in tutoring and coaching support (from Sivas, host Ryan Tibbens, or elsewhere), this episode is rich in great ideas and sound advice. Table of Contents (*highlights)0:00-9:03 -- Intro to Kohila Sivas & MathCodes9:03-14:23 -- Are You a "Math Person"? (They Don't Exist.) *14:23-22:30 -- The Importance of Purpose & the Purpose of Education According to Kohila 22:30-37:30 -- Kohila's Ideal School: Universal IEPs, Coaches, & Serving Individual Students **37:30-47:42 -- "Learning Loss," the Pandemic Tutoring Boom, & MathCodes Certification *47:42-56:15 -- The Power of Confidence in Education56:15-1:03:43 -- Kohila's Education & Preparation for Teaching & Coaching1:03:43-1:07:47 -- How Schools Limit Teacher Creativity & Enthusiasm *1:07:47-1:17:49 -- For Parents: Homework Help vs Tutoring vs Coaching **1:17:49-1:25:20 -- Kohila's Book/Movie Recs. & Wrap-Up The ClassCast Podcast streams on all major platforms, including iTunes/Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Pandora, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Audible, Stitcher, and more. You can also find us on YouTube and at www.ClassCastPodcast.com. Be sure to like, subscribe, follow, share, and comment wherever you listen. Leave a comment below to let us know what you think of the discussion and if you have any questions!Support the show (http://paypal.me/TibbensEST)! Donations -- large and small -- help keep this podcast independent!Support the show (http://paypal.me/TibbensEST)
Hello everyone! Today, educators are under more scrutiny than they have been in many years. Not only are people rallying together to fight what they feel like is Critical Race Theory, but they are also signing laws that prevent certain texts from being taught in schools. Yet, teachers are constantly being told that teaching isn't political. In part one of our talk, Alfred Shivy Brooks asks, if what is taught is dictated by politicians, how could teaching NOT be political? If school boards are elected, how is teaching not political? In part two we look at what legislation is being passed today to silence educators, and which policies Shivy believes SHOULD be being passed. Shivy is a high school teacher in Atlanta Georgia, Instagram phenomenon, and is currently running for city council. We dive into these questions and more on this in depth, big idea episode of Teach Me, Teacher. Enjoy. This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their new classroom resource, Math by the Book by Sue O'Connell and colleagues. Math is everywhere—even in great children's books! Teachers and students love a good story. But those stories can also help elementary students make sense of important mathematical concepts. Math by the Book shows teachers how to use high-quality children's books to teach grade-specific math skills and content. You'll find activities, investigations, and teaching strategies…all paired with lists of carefully chosen K-5 literature. So, if you're looking for a fresh way to bring math teaching to life in your classroom, visit MathByTheBook.com to download a free sample or order a copy. That's MathByTheBook.com.
Money is stressful! Don't worry the big stuffDealing with money is stressful, until you recognize the excitement of budgeting. Budgeting your money relieves stress, because you don't worry about having the money to pay a bill – it's already there. It helps you plan for future big-ticket items like a new car or vacation. If money problems are constantly stressing you out, budgeting is the answer! Finding An AnswerBe the commanderCreating and following a budget puts you in command of your money, because you make the rules, instead of money dictating your life! A budget keeps track of money and everything it needs to do for you. “Can I afford it?” becomes a question you answer instantly! Doing the work to create and maintain that budget may seem boring at first. But the payoff is exciting, especially when it comes to planning for things like a dream vacation. Budgeting is preparing for your best life! A Dream with a PlanCreating your best lifeBudgeting leads to debt-freedom, resulting in bigger and better choices. The ability to stay home with your kids, pay cash for a car, pay off your home – can be accomplished with a budget! If dreaming and planning for the future is exciting, then you already understand the excitement of budgeting! Do the Math! Finding HopeIf you believe your situation is hopeless, do the math to prove it! Math doesn't lie – and you might find that the reality of your situation is completely different. Create your financial picture to visualize where you truly stand, then use that information to create a budget that can help you hit any financial goal! Think it will take forever to pay off your debt? Use this calculator to find the truth – how small change really does make a big difference! Take The First StepIt's easy with the right informationChange is within your grasp, all you need to do is take the first step and create your financial picture. Once you can see where you are, it's easy to see where you're going. Brace yourself for the excitement of budgeting, because once you get, your life will change – forever. Reach out to “CentsAble” Bobbi for help, tips or advice.
Garrett Josemans is the head of the Quantum Technologies Group at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division. He received bachelors of science in Physics and in Math from Longwood University, and now he's in his 4th year of a PhD program at George Mason University. Garrett had a patent awarded earlier this year for a quantum device and has another on the way. In his free time, Garrett runs his small businesses and spearfishes/freedives in different locations ranging from Virginia Beach to Costa Rica. @worldxppodcast Instagram - https://bit.ly/3eoBwyr@worldxppodcast Twitter - https://bit.ly/2Oa7Bzm Spotify - http://spoti.fi/3sZAUTGApple Podcasts - http://apple.co/30uGTnyGoogle Podcasts - http://bit.ly/3v8CF2UAnchor - http://bit.ly/3qGeaH7YouTube - http://bit.ly/3rxD
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: https://ratethispodcast.com/successstory ➡️ About The Guest Andrew Frawley joined Andrew Yang in his bid for president in December 2017 when, at the time, the operation was running out of Yang's mother's apartment as a team of only three. Frawley worked in a myriad of catch-all roles until he was entrusted to found and build the campaign's marketing team from just himself to over a dozen. In his role as Director, Frawley created the well-popularized "MATH" hat, directed the campaign's social media team which saw growth of 375,000%, developed the awarded "best in politics" merchandise, and raised tens of millions of dollars fueling the organization's growth to 300+ staffers. Andrew Frawley is a marketer and business builder by trade. Frawley has worked on a dozen startups (and now political operations) from Silicon Valley to New York City to Richmond, Virginia. He received a B.A. in Brand Management, and certificates of Venture Creation & Product Innovation from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2016. Frawley has been writing for his blog for the past six years and has contributed works to The Guardian, Inc, Huffington Post, Thrive Global, and LifeHack. His writing on the popular question and answer forum, Quora, has been viewed over two million times. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Intro. 10:58 - Self worth and career. 15:19 - Getting started in marketing. 25:05 - Introduction to Andrew Yang. 35:31 - How to get on Joe Rogan. 42:28 - The MATH hat. 48:25 - Life as a marketer after a presidential campaign. 57:06 - Marketing insights that transcend industry. 1:02 - Using alternative media for marketing. ➡️ Show Links https://twitter.com/TweetAtAndrew https://www.andrewfrawley.com/ ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Hubspot Podcast Network https://hubspot.com/podcastnetwork 2. Manly Bands - Bands For Men https://manlybands.com/successstory (21% Off)
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In our first science-focused episode of Carbon Removal Newsroom, hosts Radhika Moolgavkar of Nori and Holly Jean Buck of the University at Buffalo are joined by our new science co-host, Dr. Jane Zelikova, executive director of the Soil Carbon Solutions Center and joint faculty in crop and soil science at Colorado State University. First this week, we're looking at new research showing, “Limited effects of tree planting on forest canopy cover and rural livelihoods in Northern India,” and understanding why one researcher referred to the large-scale tree planting program in Northern India as a failure. We explain the significance of these research findings and the potential improvements necessary to ensure that tree planting achieves its stated goals of sequestering carbon dioxide, increasing biodiversity, and improving the livelihoods of local communities. Plus, a recent Twitter thread from German journalist Tin Fischer tells the story of a “Trillion Trees,” a figure that hardly held substance when first suggested, then took off in popular culture faster than climate scientists could shut it down. While it's a catchy idea, the scientific paper used to support Trillion Trees in 2017 was widely critiqued for miscalculations and ultimately rescinded. We look at why this idea gained so much traction and what the realistic role of large-scale tree planting might be in drawing down carbon and addressing climate change. Finally, we put reforestation up against the portfolio of carbon removal solutions, looking at where it fits in and how it should be funded. We close out the episode with a good news story from Radhika on the winning bears of fat bear week in Alaska! Let us know what you think of the show by reaching out to firstname.lastname@example.org, we'd love to hear your feedback! Resources The Oxford Principles for Net Zero Aligned Carbon Offsetting The Oxford Offsetting Principles & carbon removal, w/ Eli Mitchell-Larson on Reversing Climate Change --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/carbonremovalnewsroom/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carbonremovalnewsroom/support
On Today’s Show: Introduction 0:00.000 Small Things I Hate In A Big Way 2:05.140 Meade Skelton Vs. Math 5:36.123 Free Speech Auditor Makes The News! 10:17.862 Breaking News: The Cumpocalypse Cumtinues 16:26.838 Trans Woman Misgendered At A Sonic Drive Thru 21:02.488 Sign Up For The Sideshow! 30:13.384 Motion Detector Racist Speakers 31:05.834 Man Tries To […]