The latest expansion of our Career and College Pathways work is ensuring that elementary students are exposed to and gain awareness of the opportunities that await them as they progress through their PK-12 experience. Over the next three years, this will be accomplished by providing every elementary school with age-appropriate career kits for each grade level. Included in the kits are activities related to the career, culturally-relevant texts with diverse characters, and career-related realia. The Hillsboro Schools Foundation is partnering with HSD to make these kits a reality, and are calling their fundraising effort ¡Imagina Tu Aventura! Or Imagine Your Adventure!. In late August, Foundation staff and volunteers gathered at Atfalati Ridge Elementary School to put together the first round of kits for grades K, 1, and 3, and help deliver them to schools. Our featured staff member is Laury Rodriguez from Liberty High School. She has been named one of sixteen regional finalists for the 2022-23 Oregon Teacher of the Year Award! A Liberty High School student herself, Laury returned to the school as a family outreach liaison and bilingual assistant in 2015 after graduating from Portland State. Since earning her Master's degree in 2019, she has served Liberty students by teaching Math, Science, Dual Language, and AVID. She also advises the MEChA Club and has taught summer school, working to develop and align a program that is responsive to student needs. Laury was recognized during an all-school assembly at Liberty on Friday, September 16th. Representatives from the Oregon Lottery - one of the sponsors of the Oregon Teacher of the Year Program - were on hand to present her with a $1,000 check and a banner announcing her regional finalist status. The 2022-23 Oregon Teacher of the Year winner will be announced in early October and we can't wait to hear the results. Way to go, Laury! You make us Proud to be HSD! Our bond update is on the construction progress at Elementary School 29 in South Hillsboro. Beginning last week, steel posts are now being erected on the foundation, starting the building of the school structure itself. Keep track via cameras on site that provide near real-time views of the work on the site; updated every 15 minutes, you can go back in time or view the time-lapse. Project photos and other archives are also posted to hillsboro-bond.org. Hot News is produced and emailed to HSD families and staff each week school is in session. Please add the address to your “safe sender” list to make sure you always receive the latest issue. Please also bookmark our district website: hsd.k12.or.us and the 2022-23 School Year page: hsd.k12.or.us/202223schoolyear to stay informed about what's happening in our district and schools.
Kid Entrepreneurship is one of our main Subjects in our Homeschool! Here's what we are doing to prepare for their projects this School year! -Kawai Let's be Friends! -> https://www.instagram.com/kawai_ahquin Community -> https://bit.ly/HEMsupportgroup Website -> http://www.homeschoolingentrepreneurmom.com Homeschooling Basics Bootcamp → http://www.homeschoolingentrepreneurmom.com/hbb.html Money Basics Bootcamp→ https://homeschoolingentrepreneurmom.thrivecart.com/money-basics-bootcamp/
You better gird your loins because we are taking lesson planning to a WHOLE other level. Lesson planning is one of the biggest hurdles for teachers all around the world, but we know that as TOP teachers, being proactive is a great way to reduce our stress and help us tackle our to-do list well in advance. But how do we go about being proactive with our lesson plans? The answer to this question is to plan out your ENTIRE school year in one day! We've all heard the term scope and sequence. This is something that many schools have adopted as their form of a curriculum map. However, a scope and sequence isn't a detailed lesson plan. The purpose is to structure your year so that you can anticipate when to begin and end units based on other events that are occurring during the school year. How many times have you planned a lesson, only to have your plans changed because you forgot to account for an assembly, fundraiser, or field trip? We want to take you step by step to develop the perfect scope and sequence for this school year. This will help you create a flow to the year, allow you to anticipate beusy weeks and more importantly hit all the standards. In this episode you will hear: The step by step approach we use to create a scope and sequence. The key ingredient to incorporate into your scope and sequence. Why adding in buffer dates will help to save your instruction. Why we work backwards when planning. Our quick tips for making this process easier. Check out our new Planner Inserts! SUBMIT YOUR TIME SUCKING HURDLE! We want to know what is sucking up all of your time either as a teacher or just a person. Head over to our website and submit your TSH so that you can have a chance to be featured on the podcast! SUBSCRIBE & REVIEW Are you subscribed to our podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don't want you to miss an episode. Click here to subscribe to iTunes! Now if you're feeling extra loving, We would be really grateful if you left us a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find our podcast and they're also fun for us to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!
As you're listening to this episode, its Piper's first day of school! To celebrate the return of both the gals in school, we've decided to share our goals for the upcoming academic year! Whether its trying to get homework done earlier in the day, saying yes or no to more things (depending on if you're talking to Keely or Piper), and establishing consistent routines, there are many things Keely and Piper want to accomplish this year! So set your goals with us, hold us accountable, and have a great school year! Be sure to follow us on Instagram if you haven't done so already to see when we post new episodes and so much more fun content! https://www.instagram.com/girls.unstoppable.pod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/girlsunstoppable/support
This week we are thrilled to be joined by Janette Newman, Deputy Director of the Early Childhood Center at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House. Our focus is discussing what a high quality preschool experience looks like, especially at the start of the year. We pay especial attention to how classroom set-up and a play based curriculum supports children's early self-regulation. By focusing on one example of a high quality experience, we delve into more details of how various activities in the preschool classroom support children's concurrent and long-term development. To learn more about Janette and Lenox Hill Community House please visit: https://www.lenoxhill.org
Think about who you want to become as you turn over this new leaf. What will you be on the other side of this season? Who would you like to be? I'd love to hear!Text me at 972-426-2640 so we can stay connected!Support me on Patreon!Twitter: @elliottspeaksInstagram: @elliottspeaks
Ahhhh the 70's. Such a great time to be a kid in Bridgeport. Great music on WAKO, cold nights walking into the gym for a great RHHS band and fun basketball, riding bikes all over town. So in that spirit we take a look at all what was going on in the 1977-78 school year. Lots of snow, some dramatic school board activities and evidently lots of Rated R movies at the drive in. Hope you enjoy!! Thanks to our sponsors, Gray's Restaurant, Andrews Insurance, Peoples State Bank, & Griffins Pizza House. Please let them know you heard about them here on our podcast. Old School Red Hill pod is a production of Empulse Radio and written, directed and produced by Chip Jamerson, Gary Emmons, David King and Brian Emmons. Listen to the other Empulse show The B3 Podcast wherever you get your pods. Twitter @B3Pod
Ready to help your students stay on track with their AP classes? Considering sharing this annual action plan to help students get the most out of their AP courses and exams. Sure to be a popular resource for students, press play on this Bonus Episode of Coordinated to hear about the AP Student Action Plan for the school year.AP Student Action Plan for the School Year: https://blog.collegeboard.org/ap-action-plan-school-year Attend the Back-to-School Workshop for AP coordinators: https://eventreg.collegeboard.org/d/bkqj3j/ Meet up with colleagues in Chat with a Coordinator: https://eventreg.collegeboard.org/d/ykqhnd/ Join the AP Coordinator Community: https://apcommunity.collegeboard.org/web/apcoordinators Download the AP Coordinator's Manual, Part 1: https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/pdf/ap-coordinators-manual-part-1.pdf Podcast music courtesy of former AP Music Theory student, Jackie Rae: https://www.instagram.com/jackierae/
What should students focus on first this semester, to get things started off right? Megan gets some personal coaching from Gretchen about how to help her son get into better gear this year, and we also discuss how to help ... Read More » The post 439: Time Management or Study Skills: What's First on the Agenda This School Year? appeared first on The College Prep Podcast.
Enjoy some Monday morning mobile PD on your drive to school as Hill and Nate talk with a variety of experts who share ideas for Utah school counselors. Check out our website at utschoolcounselor.org (http://www.utschoolcounselor.org/) where you can listen to past podcast episodes and register for any of our professional development opportunities. You can also follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/utschoolcounselor) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/utschoolcounselor/) @utschoolcounselor, and on Twitter (https://twitter.com/uscatweets) @uscatweets. Send us your questions and ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) and if you like our podcast please rate and review our show - it helps other counselors to find us! USCA members also receive a bi-monthly newsletter to stay up to date on current Utah school counseling news, events, and issues. USCA Elementary guide - https://www.schools.utah.gov/file/25817fa4-b7b4-4ca2-87fa-58fb408a17ec firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
September 16, 2022: In episode 33, host Erik Bascome is joined by Staten Island Advance and SILive.com Education Reporter Annalise Knudson to discuss the Advance's back to school coverage and what students and parents can expect during the upcoming school year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gun violence, leading to the deaths of two Baltimore students, cast a shadow over the start of the school year. Annette Anderson, deputy director of the Johns Hopkins ‘Center for Safe and Healthy Schools,' is a former principal--and the parent of three teens in Baltimore City public schools. She says violence prevention starts with positive relationships, “Our young people may not always connect with their classroom teacher, but it may be a lunchroom aide, it may be the custodian, it may be the school secretary that they connect with. We need to have enough caring adults trained in the building to help our young people connect and learn how to diffuse conflict.” Check out this Hopkins' Hub article on preventing gun violence.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this Hacks & Wonks week-in-review, Crystal is joined by former Seattle mayor and current Executive Director of America Walks, Mike McGinn! Starting with the local strike news, Seattle teachers ended their strike earlier this week, and Seattle public school students returned to classes on Wednesday morning. The strike was successful in getting district negotiators to the table, and getting some of their concerns accounted for. Beyond pay, teachers were fighting for manageable class sizes, special education and mental health resources, and adequate non-teacher staff like nurses and counselors. In strike news on a national scale, the railroad workers strike has been averted by a tentative agreement between unions and railroad companies with the help of the Biden administration. Railroad workers were fighting for better time off policies, to not be penalized for taking sick days, and for reduced workloads, which ballooned due to staffing shortages. These strikes, and others happening across the country, come at a time when unions have a decades-high approval from US citizens. Inequality has continued to worsen in this country, affecting more and more of us, and our appetite for collective action and unionization has grown as a result. At the same time, large corporations are engaging in increasingly harsh anti-union tactics. Also this week, King County Council Member Girmay Zahilay published an op-ed in the Seattle Times about the politicization of crime disguising solutions that actually lower crime. He argues that the push for more police and more arrests won't solve our crime issues, and points out that research shows us that other solutions like Restorative Community Pathways are actually more effective in reducing recidivism. And as hiring bonuses fail to bring the new police the city was expecting, it seems more and more unreasonable to promise that ‘more police' is the solution we need. In the police alternatives conversation, the city council is working on a plan for an alternative 911 response pilot program in Seattle, but the Public Safety and Human Resources committee responsible for the plan has felt the need to create a "term sheet" agreement between the council and the Mayor's office. The need for this term sheet shows how frayed the relationship between the mayor and the council in Seattle, a relationship that has been worsening since the Durkan administration. The business community has been pushing this media narrative that the council inhibits the mayor's ability to tackle issues like crime and homelessness, but this doesn't track. The mayor is the executive, responsible for seeing policy carried out and for helping to craft the policy itself. The mayor leads the city's major departments, and is responsible for coordinating them to solve the city's problems - they should be held primarily responsible for meeting their goals. On October 4th at 7:00pm, Crystal will be moderating a debate, run by the South Seattle Emerald, between 37th LD State Representative candidates Chipalo Street and Emijah Smith! for more information, see this link: https://southseattleemerald.com/2022/09/14/news-gleams-seattle-teachers-union-strike-is-over-emerald-to-host-debate-with-37th-congressional-district-candidates/ A quick reminder: the Seattle Municipal Court will bring court and social services to Rainier Beach Community Center on Monday, September 19th from 10:00am to 6:00pm. Tell your friends! Also next week is the Week Without Driving! Everyone is invited to refrain from driving themselves in any vehicle, for any activity, for a week in order to increase awareness of the needs of non-drivers. Finally, in eyebrow-raising news, The Royal Esquire Club, where Harrell was board president for six years, received almost $800,000 from the city through the Economic Development Initiative. While Mayor Harrell may not have been involved in this specific decision, it reinforces the concerns people have about his priorities and where he's putting resources after his controversial comments to SPD the other week. As always, a full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com. Follow us on Twitter at @HacksWonks. Find the host, Crystal Fincher, on Twitter at @finchfrii and find today's co-host, Mike McGinn, at @mayormcginn. More info is available at officialhacksandwonks.com. Resources “Seattle Educators Vote to End Strike, Classes Begin for the School Year” from The South Seattle Emerald: https://southseattleemerald.com/2022/09/14/news-gleams-seattle-teachers-union-strike-is-over-emerald-to-host-debate-with-37th-congressional-district-candidates/#Seattle-Educators-Vote-to-End-Strike “National Railroads Labor Dispute Affects Northwest Passenger Rail, But Full Shutdown Has Been Averted” by Stephen Fesler from The Urbanist: https://www.theurbanist.org/2022/09/14/national-railroads-labor-dispute-affecting-pacific-northwest-passenger-rail/ “U.S. railroads, workers avert shutdown, but work remains to finalize contract deal” by Lisa Baertlein from Reuters: https://www.reuters.com/world/us/us-railroads-workers-avert-shutdown-hard-work-remains-finalize-contract-deal-2022-09-15/ "U.S. Approval of Labor Unions at Highest Point Since 1965" by Justin McCarthy from Gallup: https://news.gallup.com/poll/398303/approval-labor-unions-highest-point-1965.aspx “Public safety is about solving tough problems, not scoring political points” by Girmay Zahilay from The Seattle Times: https://www.seattletimes.com/opinion/public-safety-is-about-solving-tough-problems-not-scoring-political-points/ “Seattle May Get Its Alternative Response Pilot in 2023 After All” by Amy Sundberg from Notes from the Emerald City: https://www.getrevue.co/profile/amysundberg/issues/seattle-may-get-its-alternative-response-pilot-in-2023-after-all-1346048?via=twitter-card&client=DesktopWeb&element=issue-card Seattle Municipal Court Social Services Event: http://seattle.gov/courts/about/community-engagement/outreach-events “State and Local Leaders to Participate in Week Without Driving Challenge” by Natalie Bicknell Argerious from The Urbanist: https://www.theurbanist.org/2022/09/14/state-and-local-leaders-to-participate-in-week-without-driving-challenge/ “Harrell Announces Grants that Include $800,000 to Private Men's Club He Chaired For Years” by Erica C. Barnett from Publicola: https://publicola.com/2022/09/13/harrell-announces-grants-that-include-800000-to-private-mens-club-he-chaired-for-years/ "A Closer Look at City Grant to Social Club Harrell Headed” by Erica C. Barnett from Publicola: https://publicola.com/2022/09/15/new-sdot-director-talks-scooter-streetcar-and-sweeps-a-closer-look-at-city-grant-to-social-club-harrell-headed/ Transcript Coming soon
Lisa Chase is a 33-year veteran in education. She has served as a team leader and advisor to her school's community service club and talent show, as well as a cheerleading coach. Lisa loves her family, her students, cooking, and the Buffalo Bills! Listen to this insightful Whinypaluza episode with Lisa Chase about how to help our kids to have a successful school year. Here is what to expect on this week's show: Organization is key! Have everything in its place and make sure your kid is on board and learn to take ownership of how things are done. Don't assume your kid knows what needs to be done, until they have established a routine. Ask questions that will clue them in to thinking about whether or not something is done or needs to be done. Communication with your child's teacher is a valuable tool for both the parent and the student. Establish the expectation that you will check to see your child's work is done, until they prove that they don't need supervision. Check in with your kid! How are they socially and emotionally? Keep offering support and security to your child. Take time to stop and listen when your child communicates with you. Do you have a “difficult” child? Lisa says they are often her favorite students. Encourage that connection between child and teacher to help your child feel better understood. Anxiety in our kids is different these days. Technology, phones, social media, etc. all contribute to overload in our kids. Make sure they have downtime with the family. Social skills have been affected after the pandemic. How do we encourage our kids to become more social? Encourage in-person interaction. Teach your child how to solve conflicts. Try role playing. Keep practicing social skills with your kids, no matter how old they are. Balance unplugged activities with you learning more about what they do online. Tips on improving your communication with the school Follow Rebecca Greene Blog https://www.whinypaluza.com/ Book https://bit.ly/WhinypaluzaBook Facebook https://www.facebook.com/whinypaluzaparenting Instagram https://www.instagram.com/becgreene5/ @becgreene5 TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@whinypaluzamom?lang=en @whinypaluzamom Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of UTLRadio , we take a look at 3 things that parents need to be aware of concerning their children's use of social media. It is a new school year and most kids from middle school up (and even some younger grades) have cell phones and, social media access. While social media has become a part of our collective daily lives, it can pose serious risks to your kids and even to parents. Learn what you need to do to help keep your kids safe this school year and beyond. Don't miss this episode and make sure you are subscribed to the podcast so that you are notified of future episodes. Share with friends and Subscribe!! Subscribe on Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Subscribe on Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/unde... Subscribe on iHeart Radio https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-ut... Subscribe on Spotify http://ow.ly/hPa850EEJZK Subscribe on Google http://ow.ly/dHcP50EEK0v Don't forget to subscribe to the YouTube Channel! UTLRadio: http://www.UTLRadio.com Legal: http://www.pjlesq.com Twitter: @pjllaw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/undertanding... Tel.: (201) 904-2211 E-Mail: info@UTLRadio.com E-Mail: email@example.com Don't miss this episode of Understanding the Law Radio (UTLRadio)! Want to listen to an episode that you missed? No problem, all episodes are available on iTunes and on our website, www.utlradio.com Make sure that you subscribe to the podcast on iTunes so you know when new episodes are available. Please note: This podcast is for informational purposes only. The statements and opinions contained in this podcast do not constitute legal advice. Additionally, listening to this podcast does not create an attorney/client relationship. If you have a legal issue or concern, you should consult with an attorney in your state.
How many steps are you taking during the day at work? Most days it feels like I never sit down! Some days I even find myself crawling around on the floor for some learning activity with my students. The way I dress matters…from my shoes to my clothes I need to be both professional and comfortable. I've been asked several times lately about this very topic over on Tik Tok so in this week's episode I am sharing some ideas with you. There are a few splurge items as well as some budget friendly items to consider. In this episode you will learn: The benefits of comfortable footwear…it can be life changing! How to stretch your budget for clothes and shoes. How to be both professional and comfortable. About functional clothing. Links and Resources CEM Amazon Store Connect with Dawn Find me on IG Etsy Shop TpT Store Subscribe Are you subscribed to my podcast? Trust me, you definitely want to do that so you don't miss a thing! Click here to subscribe in iTunes! Leave a Review If you are loving the podcast, I would be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other teachers find my podcast and I love hearing what you think about the podcast as well. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what part of the podcast you found to be the most helpful!
This episode is also available as a blog post: http://realcrime.net/2022/09/14/the-topeka-school-year-almost-started-off-with-a-bang/ Sources: One arrested after weapon brought to Topeka West campus DA confirms Landon Middle Schooler tried to kill adult at home; planned to shoot student at school How easy is it to buy a gun in Missouri and Kansas? These are the laws in each state My life with the ill will cult Contact Trench: https://realcrime.net/contact/ Intro Music: “Death and Axes” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/trenchreynolds or https://twitter.com/RealCrimeNet Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/realcrimenet IG: https://www.instagram.com/trenchreynolds/ Merch: https://www.mooshuandme.com/collections/realcrime-net Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trenchreynolds PayPal: https://paypal.me/trenchreynolds --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/realcrimestories/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/realcrimestories/support
Preventing illness and kicking it when it happens are both HUGE priorities in my busy family.While we'll never be able to avoid getting sick completely, we can significantly reduce how often it happens and how long it lasts.Preventative care is a lifestyle that comes with so many benefits.This information is crucial during this vulnerable back to school season, and that's why I'm here to share the tools and protocols necessary to help yourself and your family stay healthy and bounce back faster.*** For more juicy tips, information, and links you absolutely want to check out, go to https://postpartumu.com/postpartum-university-podcast-ep77/ for more!
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In this podcast episode, we're talking to Dr. Devorah Heitner. She's the author of Screenwise: Helping Kids Thrive (and Survive) in Their Digital World, and has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and CNN Opinion. She has a Ph.D. in Media/Technology & Society from Northwestern University and has taught at DePaul and Northwestern. She is delighted to be raising her own teenager and she lives with her family in Chicagoland. Her book on navigating privacy and reputation with kids and teens, Growing Up in Public, will be out in 2023 with Penguin Random House. Dr. Heitner's work has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and CNN Opinion. She has a Ph.D. in Media/Technology & Society from Northwestern University and has taught at DePaul and Northwestern. She is delighted to be raising her own teenager and she lives with her family in Chicagoland. Resources We Shared: Be Resilient Summit - A free online event that gives kids & parents the tools to be kind, manage stress and persevere through challenges. Get ready for fun, quick sessions from educational experts and successful entrepreneurs that encourage your family to practice skills such as breathing, mindfulness, and journaling, as well as talk about gratefulness, limiting beliefs and grit. Screenwise: Helping Kids Thrive (and Survive) in Their Digital World by Devorah Heitner, PhD 7-Day Family Tech Reset - Hit the Reset Button on your Family's Digital Life! Self paced 7 day course by Devorah Heitner, PhD Phonewise Boot Camp for Parents- a 4-week online course that prepares you and your child for their first phone. Visit No Guilt Mom Rate & Review the No Guilt Mom Podcast on Apple here. We'd love to hear your thoughts on the podcast! No Guilt Mom YouTube Channel Check us out and subscribe to be notified every time we have new videos added for parents and kids!
Join Julie and Jeannie for this timely discussion on setting up your school year for success! How can you go about setting goals in a way that doesn't lead to overwhelm? This episode dives into what it looks like to reach for goals in your homeschool without placing unrealistic expectations on your children or yourself. Julie and Jeannie address the importance of fostering independence and self-motivation in your children through Charlotte Mason's principle of masterly inactivity. Whether you are at the beginning of your school year or need a mid-year reset, let this episode inspire you to go after grace-filled, life-giving goals in your homeschool. About Jeannie Jeannie Fulbright, a 24-year veteran homeschooler, is the author of the #1 best-selling, multi award-winning Apologia Young Explorer science series: Exploring Creation with Astronomy, Chemistry and Physics, Botany, Zoology, and Anatomy & Physiology. She is also the author of the action-packed historical time travel book series Rumble Tumbles Through Time, as well as preschool science books and activity kits, the Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner, and many high-quality Charlotte Mason based products. Jeannie and her husband Jeff became empty nesters in 2019. All four of their children all went to the University of Georgia on scholarship (homeschooling works!). For more than 20 years Jeannie has traveled around the country speaking to homeschoolers at conventions, covering a plethora of topics from Charlotte Mason to marriage and prayer. About Julie Julie H. Ross believes that every child needs a feast of living ideas to grow intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. As a former school teacher, curriculum coordinator, and assistant director of a homeschool academy, Julie has worked with hundreds of students and parents over the past 20 years. She has also been homeschooling her own five children for over a decade. Julie developed the Charlotte Mason curriculum, A Gentle Feast, to provide parents with the tools and resources needed to provide a rich and abundant educational feast full of books, beauty, and Biblical truth. Julie lives in South Carolina. When she's not busy homeschooling, reading children's books, hiking, or writing curriculum, you can find her taking a nap. Resources The Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner by Jeannie Fulbright AllTrails The Self-Driven Child by William Stixrud Three-Step Goal-Setting Packet by Julie Ross Connect Jeannie Fulbright | Instagram | Facebook | Facebook Group | Pinterest | Website Julie Ross | Instagram A Gentle Feast | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | Website Homeschooling.mom | Instagram | Website Thank you to our sponsors! A Gentle Feast: a Charlotte Mason curriculum for the entire family Want to know more about the Charlotte Mason method? Visit www.agentlefeast.com and click on LEARN MORE to receive a FREE four-day introduction course. Have you joined us at one of the Great Homeschool Conventions? We hope to see you there! For more encouragement on your homeschooling journey, visit the Homeschooling.mom site, and tune in to our sister podcast The Homeschool Solutions Show. View full show notes on the blog.
In this episode, Adam Salgat discusses with Jill Wright of South Carolina how she tries to connect with her kids as the school year gets underway. Listen to her personal account of initially having difficulty understanding her son's decision not to join a school club but eventually slowing down and hearing his real concerns. If Jill's listening skills had not come to the surface she might have missed out on something that meant a lot to their relationship. https://www.chapmancommunities.org/
This episode covers five strategies to make it easy this school year. Create educationally rich, developmentally appropriate activities, that treat the whole child. Check out this episode and be 'one and done.' Take your lunch hours, evenings, and weekends back. Check out the Sparkle in School Membership (SIS) today at www.KellyVess.com and be ready on every Friday.
As the school year kicks off, author Kathy Koch talks about how we can inspire our kids to feel confident about themselves and how to address unhealthy thinking habits. She talks about discerning the difference between a mistake and failure and why we shouldn't be so quick to call something a failure. Kathy also discusses some better questions we can be asking our kids after school so we don't get the same boring answer day after day - good or fine.
It's back-to-school week for many American households, and National Education Association President Becky Pringle joins Daniella to discuss solutions to the nation's teacher shortage, the causes behind recent declines in student performance, and ways to make schools safer and more equitable. Daniella also shares updates on new COVID-19 booster shots and Donald Trump's request for a special master to review the materials seized from his Mar-a-Lago home.
Rochelle Cox took over as Interim Superintendent at Minneapolis Public Schools back in July, and spent most of this summer preparing for the 2022-23 school year. With the new year underway this week, there have been noticeable changes, along with some big plans ahead. Manny Hill discusses the busy first week with Superintendent Cox, and also those noticable changes that are on the horizon.
It's the start of the school year! What does that mean for your kids? What does the start of the school year mean for your meals? What does the start of the school year mean for you, Mama? We explore the changes in our kids, our family meals, and ourselves as we navigate into the fall season of starting school. What ways can we as moms promote wellness in our children in the beginning of the school year? We look at emotions, school lunches, staying hydrated, posture and establishing a routine. How do you get meals on the table now that school has started? What are you feeding your family? What does the start of the school year mean for your routine and habits, mama? Are you working on creating healthy eating habits? Are you getting into an exercise routine? How do you create healthy habits? Join our growing community of Mamas that are getting healthy and leading the way for our families to get healthy too. Links mentioned in this Episode: https://www.arbonne.com/us/en/arb/jenniehardy/shop-all/nutrition/truesport/c/truesport (Sports Hydration) Connect https://www.instagram.com/jenniehardy/ (with Jennie on IG) & tag me in Stories with your back to school tips! https://thefamilyfreezer.com/ (The Family Freezer) - freezer meals! Connect with a https://urlgeni.us/facebook/JwJ2HL (Healthy Living Community)
As students go back to school, we're looking forward to what's in store for education in the years to come. On this episode of The Big REthink, host Barry Ross revisits conversations with three education experts. Dr. Michael John McDonough, president of Raritan Valley Community College in New Jersey, explains how technology is helping to improve education accessibility. Georgetown University scholar Bryan Alexander shares how technology can serve as a both a bridge and a divider, top considerations for the upcoming school year and the need for teaching transformation. Then Dr. Sonny Magana, CEO of Magana Education, outlines why we need to update the current academic model as technology's role continues to grow.
(Sep 7, 2022) The third school year since the COVID-19 pandemic began is underway. Teachers and parents have their fingers crossed for a "normal" year, but they say kids have a lot of catching up to do, academically and socially. Also: North Country lawmakers are criticizing a farm labor board recommendation to require farmers to pay overtime after 40 hours a week.
On this week's Education Gadfly Show Podcast, John Bailey, nonresident senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, joins Mike Petrilli to discuss what schools are likely to do—and what they should do—if hit by more Covid waves this year. Then, on the Research Minute, Amber Northern reviews a study that examines whether private schools that participate in voucher programs “cream skim” high achieving students and/or push out more challenging ones.Recommended Content: Bree Dusseault: “School Mask, Vaccine Mandates Are Mostly Gone. But What if the Virus Comes Back?” (September 2022). Amber's article that she reviewed on the Research Minute: Joseph Waddington, Ron Zimmer, and Mark Berends, “Cream Skimming and Pushout of Students Participating in a Statewide Private School Voucher Program,” Retrieved from Annenberg Institute at Brown University (August 2022).Feedback Welcome!Have ideas on our podcast? Send them to our podcast producers Nathaniel Grossman and Lilly Sibel at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
It's one thing to set aside time to sleep. That's tricky enough. However, even when we allow ourselves the time to sleep, sometimes our kids simply don't cooperate in allowing us to get several hours of consecutive sleep. What can we do then? In this episode, we address some coping strategies to help you when you are dealing with this special brand of sleep deprivation. We also talk about how it can be tricky to find connection time with our kids once school starts and give some tips that have helped us. RELATED EPISODES: How Light Affects Sleep, Fertility, Our Childre/s Behavior, and More With Andy Mant LINKS WE MENTIONED Janet Lansbury episode on sleep: https://www.janetlansbury.com/2021/12/a-holistic-approach-to-baby-and-toddler-sleep-with-grace-koinange/ BluBlox (Now called Bon Charge) Website: https://boncharge.com Sponsor: GABB WIRELESS We LOVE devices that help our kids stay safe and be able to adventure while still being able to contact us safely and allow us to know where they are without being the kind of technology that steals their mental health and attention. Gabb wireless is an incredible company that we FULLY endorse for just that. Go to https://gabbwireless.com and use code FINDTHEMAGIC to get $50 off any device! Thank you for the kind reviews! We appreciate them so much. Here is how to leave a review for us on iTunes: Open Find the Magic in the podcast app Scroll to the bottom of the page Click on write a review Tap the stars to rate us and then write us some feedback:) Review of the week by MaryHag: So very helpful! I've been so thrilled with this podcast. It's been a huge help and has made me feel like I'm not alone in my challenges. You both are inspiring to me and helped me decide to learn to play the piano in the next 5 years after listening to your episode on a grown mindset. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/findthemagic/support
In this episode, Kasey is sharing her latest Google Keep tips and time-savers to help educators have a productive school year. Let's talk keyboard shortcuts, google calendar connections, labels and organization, checklists, using Canva to create headers, scanning paper documents, annotation, grading and feedback, and more! BONUS: Get access to Kasey's FREE Canva headers to use in Google Keep. If you don't love Google Keep already, you will after this episode! Access the full show notes and blog post here
Getting back into the swing of things after summer can be a lot of trial and error. Kimberly and Ashley discuss what has worked for them in the past, what they're doing differently, and offer each other support as we all head back into the school year!Reference:Strategies for Successful School Transitions: Preschool to Elementary School and BeyondTMAC Fitness. 20 Minute Home Workouts Beginner and Advanced Workouts. No equipment. Each Workout Ends with a Meditation. Brand The Personal Finance PodcastSubscribe now and Master Your Money in Less than 30 Minutes Per Week! Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Best Job NeverFrom dumpster fire companies to wacky memorable coworkers, We all remember that one...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Hello, Cycle Breakers, and welcome to September! With back-to-school in full swing for most, if not all, of us with school-aged kids, we thought it'd be fitting to dedicate the entire month to all things school-related. On today's episode, we discuss the importance of getting on the same page with your spouse when it comes to school, extracurricular activities, etc. We'll share our tips for helping to make it as seamless as possible, while maintaining respect for one another. HIC Parenting's, “On the Same Page” workshop is an amazing digital resource for couples who are looking for a collaborative approach to parenting. You can access it by clicking the link below. PSA: If you've ever purchased any HIC product, you have exclusive access to our private Facebook group, HIC Cycle Breakers. Also, it's so helpful for us when you leave a review for any of our episodes and share it with others. Remember to follow the podcast for more parenting gems! “On the Same Page” Workshop HIC Cycle Breakers private Facebook group
Hey Teacher, It's the beginning of the year, do you know where to start with your student's IEPs (Individualized Education Plans)? Are IEPs intimidating to you? Confused about what to focus on first? Today I share 5 areas you MUST review in your IEPs at the beginning of the school year. As you go through the student's IEPs, it can be overwhelming! You'll be learning all things IEPs and learning how to navigate the site that houses your district's IEPs. Giving the most attention to these 5 areas will help you jump start your school year on the right foot. Take Care, Michelle In this episode you'll learn: The main pages on the IEP to focus on How to use the IEP to build relationships with students What services the student will be receiving Resources Mentioned: Episode 4: The Top 3 Reasons for Self-Growth: Why Special Education Teachers Should Never Stop Learning! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/stepping-into-special-education-strategies-for-new/id1634897726?i=1000574763032 Connect with Michelle Vazquez: Join the Facebook Community, www.facebook.com/groups/steppingintospecialed Follow on Instagram www.instagram.com/steppingintospecialed Contact: email@example.com
We surveyed 465 school social media managers from across the country and share all of the results in this episode.You'll learn about the top social media platforms being used by schools and also find out what platforms are not being used!What are the biggest struggles when it comes to social media? I bet you'll find that you are not alone.As we look toward a new school year, we all have goals. Find out what areas other social media managers are focused on for the 2022-2023 school year.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Andrea on Twitter: @andreagribble Website: www.socialschool4edu.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/socialschool4edu USEFUL INFORMATIONThe entire survey results are shared in this detailed blog: 2022 School Social Media Survey Results Many extra links to helpful resources are included in the blog as well.If you want to join the free Webinar on Thursday, September 15 at 11 am CST, make sure that you are on my free e-newsletter - click here. The webinar is called “What's Up with Facebook?! What Schools Need to Know for the 2022/2023 School Year.”Interested in our membership program? Learn more here: https://socialschool4edu.com/ Instagram Bootcamp starts soon. Sign up here!Social Media Bootcamp is a great place for the foundational skills needed for schools. Sign up here!MORE RESOURCESFree Video Training: Learn the simple secrets behind social media for K12 schools!www.SocialSchool4EDU.com
This week on the You, The Mother Podcast, Abbey welcomes Dr. Tasha Brown. Dr. Tasha is a licensed clinical psychologist, speaker, and parents consultant. Dr. Tasha specializes in providing clinical care to children, adolescents, and young adults. Dr. Tasha is the owner of a Tasha M. Brown Psychological services and the host of the podcast “Notes from A Child Psychologist.” In today's episode, Dr. Tasha shares with us how we can support our child's emotional and mental health this school year. She walks us through ways in which to promote a resilient mindset, shift our parenting perspective, creating a supportive parent-child relationship, maintain motivation, and more! We tend to focus on setting up our kids in the physical sense for school, but don't forget about setting them up emotionally and mentally! Want to learn how? Let's talk about it! ——————————————— You can find Dr. Tasha Brown: Website- https://www.drtashabrown.com/ Podcast https://notesfromachildpsychologist.buzzsprout.com Email Address- Dr.email@example.com Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/dr.tashabrown/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/dr.tashabrown7 Freebie: Back to School Checklist- https://drtashabrown.ck.page/2022backtoschoolchecklist ——————————————— Instagram @youthemother FB /youthemotherbyabbeywilliams Email firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode, Kasey shares valuable time-saving productivity tips using Google Tasks, Calendar, and Keep. Learn shortcuts, hidden features, and awesome tips to help you save time and get things done! Google Productivity Tips to Rock the School Year! (Keep, Tasks, & Calendar!) Access the full show notes and blog post here
Let's go, girls! Nikki's dragging this week because she stayed up late to binge-watch Love Island, but tragically, it was spoiled for her! She's seen a lot of growth from the cast this season, so she's very proud of them. On the other end of the streaming spectrum, Brie turned the Shania Twain documentary on Netflix into a three-night viewing experience because she refuses to stay up late. Nikki met Shania during her season on “Dancing With the Stars,” and as starstruck as she was, Nikki made it through the Argentine Tango with Artem. Nikki opens up to Brie about her anxiety struggles as Matteo gets ready to go to school, and Brie's in the same boat with Buddy. So they're making School Year's Resolutions to help deal with all of the firsts that new routines and experiences will bring. Brie also has some hilarious observations about Birdie's personality as she gets ready for a new school year. Nikki also loves rumors, especially DWTS casting rumors, but so far, she's just not getting the kind of casting gossip she needs. But she is impressed with the status of Artem's body as he gets ready for another season on the show. Brie, on the other hand, is wrapped up in celebrity sightings around Lake Tahoe. It's game time once again on The Bellas Podcast! Nikki introduces a new game, Hot & Cold, that comes with some serious opinions. Topics range from celebrity breakups to Serena Williams' retirement, Snoop Dogg's cereal, the sudden surge in vaginal surgeries, and much more. This episode's Inspiration & Affirmation comes from The Queen of Country Pop herself, Shania Twain. Nikki chose a special quote about maximizing opportunity from Shania that grabbed her attention. Call The Bellas at 855-3BELLAS and leave a voicemail! Follow Nikki & Brie on Instagram. To watch exclusive videos of this week's episode, follow The Bellas Podcast on Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok!