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Leveraging Thought Leadership with Peter Winick
The Value and Energy of Thought Leadership | Liz Brunner | 431

Leveraging Thought Leadership with Peter Winick

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 19:56


How do you connect a high-profile brand with its best audience? Through great storytelling! Liz Brunner is the Founder and CEO of Brunner Communications, assisting high-profile individuals and organizations in developing powerful, meaningful, and desirable brand identities.  She is also the Founder of Brunner Academy of Online Learning, and the author of Dare to Own You: Taking Your Authenticity and Dreams into Your Next Chapter. Liz has had a number of professions over the course of her career, from high school music teacher to Emmy Award-winning news anchor. She explains that the key to her success can be summed up in two words: great storytelling. When you know the secrets of storytelling, you can capture the attention of your audience and keep them hooked. Having worked both in person and on television, it was easy for Liz to transition her work into the digital space after the pandemic started – in fact, she began to teach others how to engage in the virtual space and still move the dial. She shares why digital presenters need to think like TV stars, and how to get your audience to feel your presence - even through the lens. Our final topic revolves around the energy gained from working face-to-face, versus the newfound advantages of the digital space. Liz explains the pros and cons of each, and how to connect, communicate, and engage, developing the keys to success regardless of your medium. Three Key Takeaways: * When presenting virtually and using slides keep things moving! Use more slides with less content on each or include animations to keep the audience constantly engaged. * Looking directly into the camera when working online gives a feeling that you are looking directly at every member of your audience and engages them more. * While putting a message together you need to hook people right away, if you don't you'll miss an opportunity for your brand (personally and for your company).

The Learning Curve
E106. Khan Academy’s Sal Khan & ASU Prep Digital’s Amy McGrath on the Khan World School @ ASU Prep

The Learning Curve

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 42:29


This week on “The Learning Curve,” Cara Candal and Gerard Robinson talk with Sal Khan, founder and CEO of Khan Academy, and Amy McGrath, the Chief Operating Officer of ASU Prep and Deputy Vice President of ASU Educational Outreach. Mr. Khan shares the origin story of his wildly successful online K-12 education platform, which reaches 137 million users across 190 countries. Mr. Source

Science In-Between
Episode 108: Semi-Colon Closure Community

Science In-Between

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 40:56


This week we talk about closure at the end of lessons and what might be an alternative to closing things down. Madeline Hunter (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madeline_Cheek_Hunter) (Not Danielson, which is what Scott said, but did not mean). Things that bring us joy this week: Wet Leg (https://www.wetlegband.com) Shopcraft as Soulcraft: An Inquiry Into the Value of Work (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6261332-shop-class-as-soulcraft) by Matthew B. Crawford Intro/Outro Music: Notice of Eviction by Legally Blind (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Legally_Blind)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
The Learning Curve: Khan Academy’s Sal Khan & ASU Prep Digital’s Amy McGrath on the Khan World School @ ASU Prep (#106)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 42:29


This week on “The Learning Curve,” Cara Candal and Gerard Robinson talk with Sal Khan, founder and CEO of Khan Academy, and Amy McGrath, the Chief Operating Officer of ASU Prep and Deputy Vice President of ASU Educational Outreach. Mr. Khan shares the origin story of his wildly successful online K-12 education platform, which reaches 137 […]

Parenting Podcast
Bagaimana Agar Anak Fokus Saat Online Learning? - oleh Maria, M.Psi., Psikolog, MCHt., EST, CPDPE

Parenting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 6:07


"Online learning kadang bikin anak jenuh & mudah teralihkan konsentrasinya. Gimana ya, biar anak tetap fokus saat PJJ? Ikuti yuk tips ini!"

Make and Decorate with Stephanie Socha Design
S5 E91 Jennifer Tryon, Homemade: Quilting & Creative Online Learning

Make and Decorate with Stephanie Socha Design

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 56:06 Very Popular


In this episode, I talk with Jennifer Tryon, with Homemade, an inspirational online crafting business.  Homemade hosts virtual retreats and workshops for quilting, sewing, cricut crafts and more.  The next event is a quilting retreat on Oct. 14th, 2022. Jennifer will show participants how to make the Stargazer quilt from start to finish.  Shownotes are on the Make and Decorate with Stephanie podcast blog:  https://stephaniesochadesign.com/podcast-make-and-decorateMake and Decorate Friends, Mighty Networks group - free to join!INSTAGRAM: @stephanie.socha.designWEBSITE: http://stephaniesochadesign.comEMAIL: info@makeanddecorate.comYOUTUBE: Stephanie Socha DesignSupport the show

Science In-Between
Episode 107: Scientific Literacy and Assorted Stuff

Science In-Between

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 47:57


In this episode, Scott and Ollie discuss the evolution of the concept of "scientific literacy" since the introduction of Project 2016 introduced Science for All Americans (http://www.project2061.org/publications/sfaa/online/sfaatoc.htm) in the early 1990s. Things that bring us joy this week: The Spirited Man by Van Neistat (https://www.youtube.com/c/vanneistat) House of the Dragon (https://www.hbo.com/house-of-the-dragon) Intro/Outro Music: Notice of Eviction by Legally Blind (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Legally_Blind)

On Campus - with CITI Program
Accommodations in Online Learning - On Campus Podcast

On Campus - with CITI Program

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 10:36


Tiffany Bailey serves as the Director of Equal Opportunity and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator in Equal Opportunity and Compliance (EOC) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In this role, Tiffany is responsible for overseeing compliance efforts including policies and procedures that address the ADA, federal, and state regulations for individuals with disabilities. She facilitates the accommodation process for faculty and staff, while also coordinating ADA training. Tiffany also works with human resource partners to ensure equity and equal opportunity in the employment process and fulfilling the institution's obligations related to equal employment opportunities (EEO) plans.The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) aims to make education more accessible for individuals with disabilities in both face-to-face and online courses. Accommodations in online learning are equally as important as accommodations in traditional face-to-face courses. In online learning, accommodations can vary from accommodations in face-to-face courses. Accommodations in an online course can range from screen readers to closed captions, transcripts, and more. Currently, multiple resources are available to learn more about accommodations in higher education, including CITI Program's A 21st Century Approach to ADA Compliance: Equity and Access webinar.Learn more about CITI Program: https://about.citiprogram.org/

Become an IDOL
IDOL Success Story with Former Teacher Laura Wilczek: Hanover Research | 66

Become an IDOL

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 26:06


In this episode I'm chatting with Laura Wilczek, a former teacher who transitioned to a new career as an eLearning Developer for Hanover Research. While teaching during the pandemic she realized she had a unique set of skills and a passion for developing courses and training.    "Investing in myself and joining the IDOL courses Academy was the best decision I ever made. " - Laura Listen now to hear great pointers for how she navigated the course to apply what she was learning with purpose, which landed her a new role in 2 months!    Connect with Laura on LinkedIn   Have you heard? IDOL courses Academy is now the only authorized vocational trade school for Instructional Design and Online Learning! You'll learn the practical skills and knowledge that employers are looking for right out of the gate. Enroll Here  or contact us at info@idolcourses.com if you have any questions. We'd be more than happy to chat.  

CAST11 - Be curious.
Yavapai County Library District Expands Online Learning Options

CAST11 - Be curious.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 2:07


Yavapai County Library District has increased its online offerings with free access to thousands of articles, videos, and online courses. Library patrons may use their library card sign-in information to connect with the resources anytime, anywhere! New databases: Gale Business: Entrepreneurship, from Gale, a Cengage Company, offers an intuitive interface providing multiple pathways to key information for both beginner and experienced entrepreneurs. Users can quickly learn how to start a business, write a business plan, craft a marketing campaign, launch a product and more. Gale Business: Plan Builder, an online resource, from Gale, a Cengage company, that turns the complex... For the written story, read here >> https://www.signalsaz.com/articles/yavapai-county-library-district-expands-online-learning-options/

Science In-Between
Episode 106: Prolly an Experiment

Science In-Between

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 44:32


This week we talk about how teaching (science) teachers can be like teaching science and how it is different. We talk about the apprenticeship of observation, the two worlds problem, teacher reflection, and making models of teaching. Plus, we shake our fist at something else briefly, not just clouds. Things that bring us joy this week: Welcome to Wrexham (https://www.fxnetworks.com/shows/welcome-to-wrexham) on Hulu House Projects - Building a Deck on the Back of the House Intro/Outro Music: Notice of Eviction by Legally Blind (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Legally_Blind)

International Voices at Queen’s – CFRC Podcast Network

How can we overcome the challenges of online learning while appreciating its benefits? Guest: Simran Dhaliwal Queen’s Resources: SASS Academics 101 – https://sass.queensu.ca/sites/sasswww/files/courses/academics-101/#/

EdUp Legal - The Legal Education Podcast
70. Conversation with David Thomson, Professor of Practice and John C. Dwan Professor of Online Learning, Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver

EdUp Legal - The Legal Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 35:13


Welcome back to America's leading higher education law podcast, EdUp Legal - part of the EdUp Experience Podcast Network! In today's episode, we welcome David Thomson, the John C. Dwan Professor of Online Learning at Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver. Professor Thomson tells us about his new book—The Way Forward for Legal Education. In his book, he suggests several proposals that include abandoning the LSAT and instead developing new admission criteria, with more of a focus on teaching justice and service. Other suggestions he mentions are allowing admission to a larger cohort, adding something akin to California's Baby Bar at the conclusion of the 1L year, and greater integration and expansion of experiential learning throughout the curriculum. Professor Thomson also shares his weekly newsletter, called the Chalk Board Life, which he started amid the pandemic. He shares in his newsletter reflections on the core of teaching and how to preserve the heart in teaching regardless of the delivery method. He also tells us about the upcoming conference he and his colleagues are hosting in Denver, the Hybrid and Online Learning Pedagogy Conference, which will take place September 22-24, 2022, at Sturm College of Law in Denver. He shares with us how the conference came to be and what we can look forward to. Registration is still open. After sharing with us his vision for the future of legal education, Professor Thomson explains how he thinks legal education will change in the coming decade. He believes that the changes in legal education will happen at different speeds, at different places, based on various leadership and institutional incentives. Thank you so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for your EdUp time! Connect with your host - Patty Roberts ● If you want to get involved, leave us a comment or rate us! ● Join the EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! ● Follow EdUp on Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube Thanks for listening!

EdUp Legal - The Legal Education Podcast
70. Conversation with David Thomson, Professor of Practice and John C. Dwan Professor of Online Learning, Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver

EdUp Legal - The Legal Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 35:13


Welcome back to America's leading higher education law podcast, EdUp Legal - part of the EdUp Experience Podcast Network! In today's episode, we welcome David Thomson, the John C. Dwan Professor of Online Learning at Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver. Professor Thomson tells us about his new book—The Way Forward for Legal Education. In his book, he suggests several proposals that include abandoning the LSAT and instead developing new admission criteria, with more of a focus on teaching justice and service. Other suggestions he mentions are allowing admission to a larger cohort, adding something akin to California's Baby Bar at the conclusion of the 1L year, and greater integration and expansion of experiential learning throughout the curriculum. Professor Thomson also shares his weekly newsletter, called the Chalk Board Life, which he started amid the pandemic. He shares in his newsletter reflections on the core of teaching and how to preserve the heart in teaching regardless of the delivery method. He also tells us about the upcoming conference he and his colleagues are hosting in Denver, the Hybrid and Online Learning Pedagogy Conference, which will take place September 22-24, 2022, at Sturm College of Law in Denver. He shares with us how the conference came to be and what we can look forward to. Registration is still open. After sharing with us his vision for the future of legal education, Professor Thomson explains how he thinks legal education will change in the coming decade. He believes that the changes in legal education will happen at different speeds, at different places, based on various leadership and institutional incentives. Thank you so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for your EdUp time! Connect with your host - Patty Roberts ● If you want to get involved, leave us a comment or rate us! ● Join the EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! ● Follow EdUp on Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube Thanks for listening!

The Pencil Pusher's Podcast
Skillshare Founder Michael Karnjanaprakorn

The Pencil Pusher's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 67:08


Welcome once again Leadheads to another fine episode of The Pencil Pushers Podcast. I am of course your humble host Mike Rosado and I am honored to be sharing some time with you today. Speaking of sharing time, I had the pleasure of sitting down at the studio with Skillshare founder, Michael Karnjanaprakorn to talk about a myriad of topics. For those of you few creatives that may have never heard or used Skillshare, they are pretty much the premiere online learning resource for creatives. Listen in as we talk about how Skillshare came to be, what he thinks about the strengths and weaknesses are between online and traditional learning for creatives, changing our mindsets about business and money as an artist and so much more. Michael was a delight to chat with and I think you'll find this to be one of the most insightful talks we've had yet. So, without further ado, I invite you to sit back, relax and enjoy my chat with Michael. PS: Don't forget to take advantage of our Burny Wild's promo code just for our Pencil Pushers fans. More info on the podcast intro.  Host: Mike Rosado @ekimodasor & @mrcraleigh Post-Production: Max Trujillo @trujillomedia Sponsors: MRC & Burny Wild's @mrcraleigh & @burnywilds

UX Australia
UXA2022Justin Cheong - Design principles for online learning

UX Australia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 19:01


UXA2022 Day 2 Have you ever had to design training for an online audience? You probably had a few questions. What's the optimal lesson length? Should it be delivered live, or pre-recorded to enable self-paced learning? How can you maximise for social learning? In 2020, Justin created an online cohort course that teaches visual thinking to designers around the world. In doing so, he tried his best to answer the above questions. Through this case study, Justin shares some strategies and best practices for online training, including principles of ‘New Learning' pioneered by Mary Kalantzis and Bill Cope

ElevatED
Creating Inclusive Online Learning Spaces

ElevatED

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 32:09 Transcription Available


We talk a lot about accessibility and inclusion in higher ed, but often the focus is on traditional students and in-person learning. What actions are we taking to make online learning spaces a  place where adult students feel safe to share and learn? Recent graduate of the Communication Management program, Joshua David Murphy Esqueda, who identifies as LBGTQIAS2+, discusses how their experience in the program highlighted ways online courses can allow for better representation and inclusion. Joshua and I also discuss modifications that can be made to online course delivery and the impacts of those modifications would have on all students - not just those from underrepresented identities. 

Science In-Between
Episode 105: Observing and Questioning

Science In-Between

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 53:58


In this episode, Scott and Ollie discuss how to frame observations of classrooms. Scott introduces two framing questions which provides a guide to consider what different classroom practices engender and communicate. Things that bring us joy this week: Fantasy Football (https://fantasy.espn.com/football/welcome?gclid=CjwKCAjw9suYBhBIEiwA7iMhNMjzyA7JGvGaI6t3pOFPatpByq190yJbqylB6GP_OD4yB6-pGcllBxoCRd8QAvD_BwE) The Great Serena Williams (https://www.serenawilliams.com/) Intro/Outro Music: Notice of Eviction by Legally Blind (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Legally_Blind)

Good Influence with Gemma Styles
Blair Imani on Online Learning

Good Influence with Gemma Styles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 46:49


This is the podcast where each week we'll meet a guest who'll help us pay attention to something we should know about, but maybe don't. This week, for our final episode of season 3, we're talking about online learning; how education content on social media has evolved in recent years, being placed on a pedestal as a person with a platform, and how to make sure the information we're sharing is reliable.Blair Imani is an author, historian, activist and educator. You might know her best from online video series Smarter in Seconds. Since 2020 Blair has used this series to educate viewers on topics ranging from cultural appropriation to gender expression and far beyond. Her latest book, 'Read this To Get Smarter', aims to help readers become more informed, socially conscious people and covers topics including race, class, gender and disability. If you want to learn more, here's where to find Blair and her recommendations: Instagram: @blairimaniWebsite: blairimani.comTwitter: Blair ImaniSomething to read: All The White Friends I Couldn't Keep - Andre HenrySomething to watch: Till - Upcoming movieSomething to listen to: Britney Spears & Elton John - Hold Me Closer Get involved and join in the conversation:Follow @gemmastyles @goodinfluencegs and send in your messages and questions to goodinfluencepod@gmail.com Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Trending In Education
The Best of Trending in Ed - Adi Hanash on Making Amazing Live Online Learning Happen

Trending In Education

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 42:13


For this installment of the Best of Trending in Ed, we return to Mike Palmer's conversation with Adi Hanash about what makes great live online teaching recorded in the early days of the first wave of the Covid-19. While 2+ pandemic years have past since first recording, there's still plenty of insight in one of our most listened to episodes. We hope you enjoy! Adi Hanash is a virtuoso online instructor with deep experience in teaching, training teachers, and managing online programs for large organizations like General Assembly and Kaplan. In light of the rapid shift to remote learning (and teaching) driven by the covid-19 pandemic, Adi is running a series of webinars to provide teachers and learning leaders with insights from over 12+ years of experience providing amazing online experiences. We dive into much of this in today's show. While lamenting how the traditional conception of "webinars" is limiting, we explore how teaching online unlocks new opportunities to drive accountability and engagement. We also talk about the transformative power of taking a platform-agnostic and decidedly non-technical approach to innovating around synchronous learning. We close by exploring how the response to the coronavirus is a forcing function and potentially a watershed moment in the understanding of what can be done online. In the process Adi shares some tips and tricks on how to make the most of the rapid global shift to teaching online. Subscribe to Trending in Education wherever you get your podcasts. Visit us at TrendinginEd.com for more sharp takes on amazing learning experiences.

Science In-Between
Episode 104: Joys to the World, Vol. 2

Science In-Between

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 50:53


This week we did only joys. We chose one thing that brought us joy from a group of different categories. Things that bring us joy this week: Podcast Blank Check with Griffin and David (https://audioboom.com/channel/Blank-Check) Phase Zero (https://chartable.com/podcasts/phase-zero) Phone App DuoLingo (https://www.duolingo.com) SleepWatch (https://www.sleepwatchapp.com) Game Knotwords (https://playknotwords.com) by Zach Gage (https://stfj.net) Wordhunt (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/word-hunt/id1357352041) Spelling Bee (https://www.nytimes.com/puzzles/spelling-bee) from NYT TV Show Reservationi Dogs (https://www.fxnetworks.com/shows/reservation-dogs) The Bear (https://www.hulu.com/series/the-bear-05eb6a8e-90ed-4947-8c0b-e6536cbddd5f) Movie Everything, Everwhere, All at Once (https://a24films.com/films/everything-everywhere-all-at-once) UNNUR (https://www.outsideonline.com/culture/active-families/chris-burkard-film-unnur/) Book The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/32620332-the-seven-husbands-of-evelyn-hugo) by Taylor Jenkins Reid The Broken Earth Trilogy (https://nkjemisin.com/series/the-broken-earth/)by N.K. Jemisin Album Tyler, the Creator (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyler,_the_Creator) Brandi Carlile (https://www.brandicarlile.com) In These Silent Days Intro/Outro Music: Notice of Eviction by Legally Blind (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Legally_Blind)

Peaceful Power Podcast
Don Ollsin- What do you want out of this?

Peaceful Power Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 42:40


Don is a pioneering educator, herbal elder and a passionate, lifelong learner. He is the author of Pathways to Healing, A Guide to Ayurveda, Dreambody and Shamanism. He has been teaching and creating courses for over three decades. In 2013, I completed my MA in Environmental Education and Communication at Royal Roads University. The focus of my thesis was Online Learning, and how to transition my classes into an online format. My courses and webinars are about healing the environment and our communities, using sustainable medicine. It is my wish to empower people with the knowledge to heal themselves and others, using herbs and holistic healing systems. Connect with Don www.donollsin.com https://www.facebook.com/donollsin/ https://www.donollsin.com/hj-2022 Where to connect with Andrea Website: https://andreaclaassen.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/seasonalandrea Divine Body Wisdom Book- https://andreaclaassen.com/book Ayurvedic Menstrual Cycle- https://andreaclaassen.com/ayurvedic-menstrual-cycle Andrea Claassen Bio Andrea Claassen is an Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor, Personal Trainer, RYT 500 hour yoga teacher, and Wild Woman Project Circle leader who has been in the wellness space since 2007. Her mission is to help you start to live a cyclical life by living in alignment with your natural flow. She does this by teaching her Peaceful Power Practices centered around movement, mindfulness & mother nature through an Ayurvedic lens. You can hear more from Andrea on her Peaceful Power Podcast where she aims to deliver actionable takeaways for you to live a more holistic lifestyle. Connect with Andrea on her website at www.andreaclaassen.com

LiberatED Podcast
The New Era of Virtual Learning: Julie Young & ASU Prep Digital

LiberatED Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 47:18


Everyone got a taste of virtual learning in 2020, in the wake of widespread school closures. But the district Zoom schooling that most families encountered was nothing like what real, high-quality, virtual learning platforms can offer. These platforms are designed for an online environment, with curriculum tailored to that medium and with teachers who enthusiastically seek out, and are well trained in, virtual instruction. One of these high-quality, well-established virtual platforms is Arizona State University Prep Digital, or ASU Prep Digital for short. As someone both personally and professionally interested in ASU Prep Digital and similar high-quality online learning models, I invited ASU Prep Managing Director and Vice President of Educational Outreach, Julie Young, to join me on today's episode. Julie was the founding President and CEO of the Florida Virtual School, the world's first virtual statewide school district that began as a small IBM grant initiative in the 1990s and grew to become the largest public K-12 program in the U.S.

Become an IDOL
Masters vs. Certificates for New Instructional Designers with Rebecca Hogue | 65

Become an IDOL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 45:33


In this episode, I'm chatting with Rebecca Hogue a professor of Instructional Design at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She hosts her own podcast, Demystifying Instructional Design. Her varied experience, knowledge of the field and love for students 'aha' moments  makes this such a good listen.    Connect with Rebecca on Linkedin  Podcast: Demystifying Instructional Design    IDOL courses Academy is now an authroized vocational trade school for Instructional Design and Online Learning. You'll learn the practical skills and knowledge that employers are looking for right out of the gate.   Enroll Here       

Become an IDOL
Experience Products with Co-Founder of Xperiencify Murray Gray | 64

Become an IDOL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 45:20


In this episode, I'm chatting with Murray Gray, who is a Co-Founder of a new platform called Xperiencify. It is a learning management system where you can sell digital course products with gamification to motivate learners for completion. He shares his joy of creating software solutions to help business owners get more out of their businesses and help more people. If you want to leverage your time and expertise with building a course this podcast is a must listen!     Learn more about Xperiencify    IDOL courses Academy is now an authroized vocational trade school for Instructional Design and Online Learning. You'll learn the practical skills and knowledge that employers are looking for right out of the gate.   Enroll Here   

Become an IDOL
IDOL Success Story with Kim Limon | 63

Become an IDOL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 39:53


In this episode, I'm chatting with Kim Limon with 10 years experience in Education and English writing.  She was wanting more with flexibility. When she found IDOL courses Academy she knew it was the clear bridge to help her cross over into corporate.  Hear how much time she put in and how she went through IDOL courses Academy while working a full time job. After 2 months she built a portfolio, revamped her resume and LinkedIn account with recruiters contacting her. She has great tips for navigating the next steps!  Listen now.      IDOL courses Academy is now an authroized vocational trade school for Instructional Design and Online Learning. You'll learn the practical skills and knowledge that employers are looking for right out of the gate.   Enroll Here 

The Officer Tatum Show
Brandon is in Dallas for the premier of Uncle Tom II; Student Loan Forgiveness Isn't FREE; Citing vaccine disparities, NAACP calls for expansion of DC online learning options; Linda Catalina from the Mostly Peaceful Latinas podcast joins Brandon.

The Officer Tatum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 69:49


The Officer Tatum Show is now available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and SalemPodcastNetwork.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sans The Sugarcoat, Our Autism Journey
S4: Episode 26: Lenora Edwards M.S CCC-SLP, BetterSpeech

Sans The Sugarcoat, Our Autism Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 42:15


Since obtaining her CCC's in 2010, Lenora has worked with individuals of all ages from little ones who are learning to understand and express themselves to adults who want to improve their speaking skills and become a more fluent and effective communicator.  Lenora's areas of knowledge include: articulation, language development, reading and writing development, pediatric feeding therapy, adult dysphagia, aphasia, dysarthria, cognitive injury (i.e.: TBI) and/or decline in memory loss (i.e.: dementia), reasoning, problem solving, medication/time/money management and more. If you have questions contact: lenoraedwardsslp01@gmail.com https://www.betterspeech.com/ Better Speech was founded out of necessity - the need to make speech therapy more affordable, practical, and convenient. They have created one of the best online speech therapy platforms that made speech therapy accessible to thousands and is loved by many clients.  Contact us -  email:  inclusion@autismmastermind.co https://www.autismmastermind.co/ IG, FB, YouTube @autismmastermind   

Science In-Between
Episode 103: Just Not Right

Science In-Between

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 51:08


In this episode, Scott and Ollie discuss how we approach "correct answers" in science classrooms and whether anything is really "right." Things that bring us joy this week: Brandi Carlile (https://www.brandicarlile.com/) The Midnight Library by Matt Haig (http://www.matthaig.com/books/midnight-library/) Intro/Outro Music: Notice of Eviction by Legally Blind (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Legally_Blind)

Course Creators HQ
E108: The Power of Pages: The Different Types Used by Online Course Creators

Course Creators HQ

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 20:29


In this episode, let's talk about the different types of web pages that course creators can use – and what makes them different. Plus host Julie Hood shares some of the tools you can use to create different pages. Be sure to catch all the links in the full show notes at https://CourseCreatorsHQ.com/108 LINKS REFERENCEDSales Page Design for Online Course Creators: How to Create and Design a Page That Wows Your Studentshttps://coursecreatorshq.com/SalesPageWorkshopKajabi Kickstart – Work with Julie to set up Kajabi. Special Beta Pricing right now! https://CourseCreatorsHQ.com/KajabiKickstartKajabi 3 months for $99https://CourseCreatorsHQ.com/Kajabi99LeadPagesOnline.com – one of my favorite tools for creating landing pages, optin pages, squeeze pages and even a simple websitehttps://LeadpagesOnline.comConvertKit – an email newsletter software that will let you create some landing pages and sales pages too.https://CourseCreatorsHQ.com/ConvertKit OTHER EPISODES REFERENCEDE059: Sales Page Design for Online CoursesE015: Landing Page Design for Course CreatorsE089: Why I Bailed on WordPress for My Next Website KEY TAKEAWAYS FOR ONLINE COURSE CREATORSToday we talked about the different types of pages that course creators can use – and discussed how they are unique. Home pageLanding pageSales pageOptin pageSqueeze pageThank you pageAbout Me pageCourses page / StoreContact PageBlogWhat pages will you use to create your online course? Sales Page + Thank you page + Course Introduction page + Lesson Pages  COMING SOON!Another drawing for podcast listeners. Congrats to Kim R. who won the 100th Podcast Episode Drawing! COME VISIT!  Sign up for my email list and get this free course  Is My Course Idea Any Good? here: https://www.coursecreatorshq.com/idea      GoodPods Let's talk about this episode on GoodPods – https://CourseCreatorsHQ.com/goodpods (mobile only, download the app first) Clubhouse Connect with me on Clubhouse for FREE masterclasses at @JulieHood. Website https://www.CourseCreatorsHQ.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CourseCreatorsHQ Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/CourseCreatorsHQ Twitter https://www.Twitter.com/CourseHQ   

Rising Above
Online Learning Vs In Person, Teacher Shortage 2022, Teacher Resources- Erin Lynch

Rising Above

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 125:01


Erin Lynch is a teacher for Michigan Connections Academy an online school for K-12 students. In this episode Erin shares what her personal experience is like as teacher and what sort of difficulties come with the job. As someone who is extremely passionate about what she does she expresses her deep concerns for lack of resources provided for all teachers. In this episode we talk about the differences from online learning vs in person learning, the lack of resources for teachers, the teacher shortage 2022 and the curriculum. The Video portion of this podcast can be watched on YouTube Watch & Subscribe On YouTube Subscribe For More Content The audio portion of this episode can now be found on all your personal favorite podcast streaming service. Apple Podcast Spotify All Rising Above Content (LinkTree) A Special Thank You To Red Bike Delivery for Sponsoring this episode. Red Bike Delivery Sponsorship  

Philosophy of Education
Web3 in Education: A conversation with Vriti Saraf

Philosophy of Education

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 46:12


Should educators care about blockchain? What does web3 actually help solve for in education? How does it relate to other trends in education? This week, we are joined by Vriti Saraf to talk through these questions and more as we envision the future of education and the web. Vriti is the founder of k20 Educators, the next generation of social learning for educators. Vriti has served as a teacher, dean, & director in public, private, & charter schools both locally & internationally across k12 & higher education. Vriti is also the cofounder of Ed3DAO, the first DAO for educators. You can find Vriti on Twitter, @VritiSaraf.

Science In-Between
Episode 102: What We Talk About When We Talk About Informal Science Education

Science In-Between

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 44:27


This week we talk about the long overlooked (by us) context of informal science education. We talk about what it means and how it is the same or different from more traditional formal science education (i.e. classroom science teaching). Learning Science in Informal Environments: People, Places, and Pursuits (https://nap.nationalacademies.org/catalog/12190/learning-science-in-informal-environments-people-places-and-pursuits) Identifying and Supporting Productive STEM Programs in Out-of-School Settings (https://nap.nationalacademies.org/catalog/21740/identifying-and-supporting-productive-stem-programs-in-out-of-school-settings) Things that bring us joy this week: Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/58784475-tomorrow-and-tomorrow-and-tomorrow) by Gabrielle Zevin (https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/40593.Gabrielle_Zevin) Terminal List (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt11743610/)on Amazon Prime Intro/Outro Music: Notice of Eviction by Legally Blind (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Legally_Blind)

TILT Parenting: Raising Differently Wired Kids
TPP 302: Online Learning & the Future of Education with Outschool Founder Amir Nathoo

TILT Parenting: Raising Differently Wired Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 35:21 Transcription Available Very Popular


In this conversation with Outschool co-founder and CEO Amir Nathoo, we discuss alternative education models and why they're so critical in preparing all kids for the future, as well as get an inside look into the mission and vision for Outschool, learn more about they successfully create community through virtual classes, ways in which classes are designed to support students with different learning styles and much more. If this conversation sparks you to explore and enroll in classs at Outschool classes, be sure to use the code TILT to get a $20 credit towards your first class. Amir Nathoo is CEO of Outschool, a marketplace for live online classes for K-12 learners. Amir worked at Square, leading the development of Square Payroll. Previously, he served as CEO and co-founder of Trigger.io, a development platform for creating native mobile apps. He holds an MEng in Electrical and Information Sciences from The University of Cambridge. Amir lives in San Francisco with his wife Kirsty and their two children.Things you'll learn from this episodeHow Outschool grew through COVID and how online learning has changed in the past 2 yearsHow alternative ways of learning are helping prepare our kids for the futureThe crucial part that community plays into Outschool's platform and what they offer to familiesHow Outschool supports different types of learners and why it has attracted neurodivergent learners from the startHow Outschool finds and onboards teachers and how they develop their classesAmir's tips for parents on vetting online learning programs to determine if they are right for your child/renResources mentioned for Outschool and Online LearningOutschoolDr. Joseph Lee Talks About the Importance of SEL / Social and Emotional Learning (podcast episode)Dr. Joseph LeeHow to Prepare Differently Wired Kids for an Uncharted FutureMatt Barnes on Embracing a New 21st Century Learning Model Nurturing Creativity to Help Children Thrive, with Terry Roberts The G Word documentaryFor more info, visit: https://www.tiltparenting.com/session302Support the show

Higher Education Enrollment Growth Briefing
Is online learning a more climate-friendly modality?

Higher Education Enrollment Growth Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 1:06


Reported by Inside Higher Ed, as our institutions start paying more attention to our personal carbon footprint, there is an ethical case to be made for the benefits of online education. In fact, The University of Michigan Dearborn reported a $570,000 cost savings from utilities during the first year of the pandemic alone.

Tech Backstage
Inclusion: the importance of engagement in online learning.

Tech Backstage

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 31:27


In this episode of Tech Backstage, hosts Tullio Siragusa and Eddie Hudson talk with Beth Porter, President, COO and Co-founder and Esme Learning, about the importance of engagement in online learning for achieving inclusive communities.

KFBK Morning News
KFBK Morning News Talks: California Students Leave Classroom For Online Learning

KFBK Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 3:08


Online education is quickly becoming the first choice for many California parents enrolling their children for the new school year. KFBK's Aubrey Aquino has more on the rising virtual demand.

One Day University
The Science of Sleep

One Day University

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 21:26


Did you know the best thing you can do for your brain is take a nap? If you ever thought sleep was just downtime between one task and the next, think again. The fact is, your brain pulls an all-nighter when you hit the hay. Many regions of the brain — especially those involved in learning, processing information, and emotion — are actually more active during sleep than when you're awake. These regions work together to sort and process the information you've taken in during the course of the day, helping your brain function better. Professor Jessica Payne explains the science behind the sleeping brain, and outlines all sorts of practical information on how to control your sleep habits to ensure maximum health and productivity. She is the Nancy O'Neill Collegiate Chair and Professor of Psychology at the University of Notre Dame, where she directs the Sleep, Stress, and Memory Lab. Her course, The Sleeping Brain, routinely sports a waitlist because of its immense popularity. She is also a two-time recipient of the Distinction in Teaching Award, and won the Award for Teaching Excellence at Harvard University's Derek Bok Center.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Science In-Between
Episode 101: Dipping Toes into International Waters

Science In-Between

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 50:18


In this episode, Scott and Ollie talk about the international STEM education and what we can learn (if anything) from the assessment-based comparisons. In the conversation, we draw on data from the 2018 Program for International Student Assessment (https://nces.ed.gov/programs/coe/indicator/cnu/intl-age15-literacy?tid=4) (PISA) and 2019 Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (https://nces.ed.gov/programs/coe/indicator/cnt) (TIMSS) Things that bring us joy this week: Bullet Train with Brad Pitt (https://www.sonypictures.com/movies/bullettrain) Sean Carroll's Midscape Podcast (https://www.preposterousuniverse.com/podcast/) Intro/Outro Music: Notice of Eviction by Legally Blind (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Legally_Blind)

The Perna Syndicate - Motivation & Careers
522 - Online Learning is Here to Stay

The Perna Syndicate - Motivation & Careers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022


522 - Online Learning is Here to Stay

Master Books Podcast
Learn Spanish as a Family with Arja Regier

Master Books Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 29:36


Your family can learn to speak Spanish together with Master Books Academy's "Beginning Spanish for Families" course. Professional Spanish Instructor, Arja Regier, joins the podcast to talk about the course she designed for homeschool families.  In this show, Arja shares: Why here method of teaching works so well How she built laughter into the learning experience How the online video course works well for a whole family learning experience Complete unit one of Beginning Spanish for Families for free. Click here to get started at MasterBooksAcademy.com.   Master Books whose mission is "Ink on Paper to Touch Eternity" is an imprint of New Leaf Publishing Group.

Science In-Between
Episode 100: All About the Prime Space, Cousin

Science In-Between

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 40:26


This week we talk about direct instruction and what role it takes in ambitious forms of teaching. Ambitious Science Teaching (https://www.amazon.com/Ambitious-Science-Teaching-Mark-Windschitl/dp/1682531627/) by Windschitl, Thompson, and Braaten Things that bring us joy this week: For the first time ever we have a shared joy - The Bear (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bear_(TV_series))on FX/Hulu Intro/Outro Music: Notice of Eviction by Legally Blind (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Legally_Blind)

Hot Topics!
(Sponsor Spotlight) College4U Online Learning Center

Hot Topics!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 52:14


Gabrielle Crichlow interviews Tami Williams, the founder of College4U Online Learning Center, about her business. It's designed to provide all individuals with the enlightenment of resources by re-shaping the college narrative and highlighting the college experience holistically. College4U Online Learning Center is designed to provide individuals from all walks of life with the enlightenment of resources by re-shaping the college narrative and highlighting the college experience holistically. They focus on entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and higher education.College4U Online Learning Center's contact information:Website: https://college4uonlinelearningcenter.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/college4uonlinelearningcenterInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/college4ucenter/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCR2WJajJK6BQTGImAvSrPwLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tambryanna-williams-4b4a52117Watch this interview on YouTube: https://youtu.be/0JKYmPPuSRA***************************************************************************************Follow A Step Ahead Tutoring Services:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AStepAheadTutoringServicesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/astepaheadtutoringservicesTwitter: https://twitter.com/TutorASATSYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_f96O9Z7qtuWlotc_fub4Q Eventbrite: https://astepaheadtutoringservices.eventbrite.com Visit us on the web: https://www.astepaheadtutoringservices.com Sign up for our email list: https://squareup.com/outreach/a41DaE/subscribe Sign up for our texting list: https://eztxt.s3.amazonaws.com/534571/widgets/61fc686d8d6665.90336120.html Support us:Cash App: https://cash.app/$ASATS2013PayPal: https://paypal.me/ASATS2013Venmo: https://venmo.com/u/ASATS2013Zelle: success@astepaheadtutoringservices.com:: Original date of interview: December 23, 2021 ::

Raise the Line
Using Technology to Create Deeper Learning Experiences - Dr. Peter Decherney, Faculty Director of the Online Learning Initiative, University of Pennsylvania

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 22:07


Like many academics, Dr. Peter Decherney wears many hats, but in his case you can also add a virtual reality headset.  That's because in addition to being a professor of Cinema & Media Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, he's also a filmmaker working in both the traditional “flatty” format and virtual reality, with subjects ranging from artists in Puerto Rico to a Jewish community in Ethiopia. Choosing which medium to use to tell which story is a newer part of the process he enjoys. “Filmmaking is often about this kind of obsessive control. It's a challenge to be able to give up some control and create lots of different opportunities and learning experiences for audiences,” he tells host Michael Carrese in this episode of Raise the Line. Using technology to create learning experiences is also a big part of his job as the Faculty Director of UPenn's Online Learning Initiative, a role that put him at the center of perhaps the largest, quickest, and most significant change in higher education in modern times when the pandemic forced the universal use of remote learning. “The pandemic was a moment of reflection and it was kind of amazing to see people across campus just think about education and pedagogy in a really deep and new way.” Check out this wide-ranging conversation to find out what that new thinking is leading to, what he likes about online instruction himself and one of the most important things universities learned about themselves during the pandemic.Mentioned in this episode: Information on Film About Ethiopia: https://www.dreamingofjerusalem.orgKalobeyei Refugee Settlement Video: https://youtu.be/1y-FM5o1xdUPersonal Website: decherney.org

Science In-Between
Episode 99: If the Future's Online...

Science In-Between

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 52:45


In this episode, Scott and Ollie revisit a topic from Episode 97 and examine what learning principles should inform an online, educational future. During the conversation, Scott references "epistemic agency" and cites the following article: Addressing the epistemic elephant in the room: Epistemic agency and the next generation science standards (Miller et al, 2018) (http://mspnet-static.s3.amazonaws.com/Addressing_the_epistemic_elephant_in_the_room_Epis.pdf) Things that bring us joy this week: Fifth Element by N.K. Jemisin (https://www.hachettebookgroup.com/articles/n-k-jemisin-broken-earth-trilogy-books-in-order/) Umbrella Academy Season 3 (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1312171/) Intro/Outro Music: Notice of Eviction by Legally Blind (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Legally_Blind)

One Day University
Science v. Faith: Addressing History's Oldest Debate

One Day University

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 22:25


Can science and religion truly coexist, or are they forever locked in conflict? Kenneth Miller approaches this question from a unique perspective. In focusing on a few of today's most contentious issues, he explores if science can be understood in a religious context, or have we finally reached the end of faith? Modern science has its roots in western religious thought, was nurtured in universities established for religious reasons, and owes some of its greatest discoveries to scientists who themselves were people of faith. Nonetheless, on one issue after another, from evolution to the "big bang" to the age of the Earth itself, religion is often on a collision course with scientific thought. On one side, religious believers have constructed pseudosciences to justify narrow interpretations of scripture or to support specific religious claims. On the other, non-believers have used scientific authority to label faith a "delusion" to be set aside. Kenneth Miller is a professor of biology at Brown University. He has received six major teaching awards at Brown, the Presidential Citation of the American Institute for Biological Science, and the Public Service Award of the American Society for Cell Biology. In 2009 he was honored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for Advancing the Public Understanding of Science, and also received the Gregor Mendel Medal from Villanova University. In 2011 he was presented with the Stephen Jay Gould Prize by the Society for the Study of Evolution.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

On Campus - with CITI Program
Fair Grading Practices and Online Learning - On Campus Podcast

On Campus - with CITI Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 10:12


Michal Paul is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Tallahassee Community College and a doctoral candidate in Educational Policy and Program Evaluation at Florida State University. She researches the relationship between student success in STEMM gateway courses and educational outcomes with a focus on equity and access for students from a wide range of academic and social backgrounds. She has mor than 15 years of experience teaching mathematics and AVIDS at the secondary and post-secondary level. In 2015 she was recognized with the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Michal believes “math” should be everyone's favorite four-letter word.The COVID-19 pandemic forced faculty, staff, and students to engage with online learning, which has continued to have a lasting impact on higher education. Online and hybrid learning has continued to increase in popularity, even after the transition to online learning during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the increase of learners online, factors such as access, equity, and fair grading practices continue to be a major topic of discussion within the field. Many faculty members might perceive their grading practices to be fair, yet those practices can often times unintentionally reinforce achievement gaps amongst students. Fair grading practices in online learning could provide students with a level playing field in an educational environment.Learn more about CITI Program: https://about.citiprogram.org/

The Dr. Luke Hobson Podcast
The Pros and Cons of Online Learning

The Dr. Luke Hobson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 23:46


Is online learning right for you? Let's break down some pros and cons to help you learn more. Mentioned Links: Learning Nerd Nation

Science In-Between
Episode 98: Shakes Fist at Cloud

Science In-Between

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 44:55


This week we talk about how much science we need, as citizens, to participate in the public discourse in society and make public decisions. We move from talking about how of science (the processes and practices of science) and talk a bit about the what of science (the normative science understandings). Things that bring us joy this week: The Boys - Season 4 (https://www.amazon.com/The-Boys-Season-1/dp/B07QNJCXZK)on Amazon Prime Ozark (https://www.netflix.com/title/80117552) on Netflix Intro/Outro Music: Notice of Eviction by Legally Blind (https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Legally_Blind)

Catalyze
Brad Rathgeber '01, CEO of One Schoolhouse, on a relationships-first approach to online learning, with scholar host Benny Klein '24

Catalyze

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 27:45


Brad Rathgeber '01 is the head of school and CEO of One Schoolhouse, a “partner to independent schools that envisions and embodies what's next in education, online learning, and professional development.” The alumnus talks with host Benny Klein '24 of the Scholar Media Team about working with three other Morehead-Cains as a rising second-year college student for a nonprofit scholarship program in Zimbabwe (co-founded by Galahad Clark '99 and Jeff Pike '99), teaching and coaching at Holton-Arms School in Washington, D.C., and how his time at the school for girls formed the groundwork for building his own company. Brad talks about the difference between online learning and “emergency learning,” and how he approaches an inclusive framework to education through identity-affirming classes.“A great coach helps someone see something in themselves that they don't yet see, and then helps them find a pathway to get there.” —Brad Rathgeber '01 Music creditsThe intro and ending music for this episode is by scholar Scott Hallyburton '22, guitarist of the band South of the Soul. The music featured mid-episode is by scholars Asher Wexler '25 and Emmaus Holder '23, with voice-over by scholar Tucker Stillman '25. How to listenOn your mobile device, you can listen and subscribe to Catalyze on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. For any other podcast app, you can find the show using our RSS feed.Catalyze is hosted and produced by Sarah O'Carroll for the Morehead-Cain Foundation, home of the first merit scholarship program in the United States and located at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. You can let us know what you thought of the episode by finding us on Twitter or Instagram at @moreheadcain or you can email us at communications@moreheadcain.org.