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    Education Evolution
    122. Letting Go of What's Not in Your Control with Ryan Racine

    Education Evolution

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 39:11


    Teachers are burned out and continue to leave the profession in droves. One of the biggest challenges is that there's so much out of our control as educators that we struggle to cope. Even before COVID wreaked havoc on our world, there was little we could do to control what happened in our day-to-day lives. What if we just let go of what we can't control and instead focus on what is within our power? That's the mindset behind this week's podcast episode with Ryan Racine, author of The Stoic Teacher.    Ryan and I talk about planning ahead for adversity, letting go of those frustrating moments, looking at situations from an outside perspective, and gifting our children with these tools that will serve them well throughout life.   We'll never know a world where we can control everything. (And do we really want to?) It's time we take a step back and live and teach from a different perspective. About Ryan Racine: Ryan Racine is a high school teacher and college instructor from Canada. He earned his master's of English language and literature from Brock University and has published in magazines such as Modern Stoicism, PACE, The Ekphrastic Review, and University Affairs. His book, The Stoic Teacher: Ancient Mind Hacks to Help Educators Foster Resiliency, Optimism, and Inne Calm, focuses on how Stoic philosophy can help teachers deal with day-to-day stresses, manage classroom behavior better, and strive to become better teachers!  Jump in the Conversation: [1:39] - What is Stoicism [4:06] - How he got involved in Stoicism [7:35] - Lessons teachers can learn from ancient mind hacks [10:15] - Premeditating for adversity [11:52] - Reframing adversity for yourself  [12:57] - Work through self-imposed obstacles [15:45] - Taking a view from above  [18:30] - How to apply these concepts with students [22:15] - Explicitly teach Stoicism vs. informal conversations [24:29] - The importance of modeling with kids [28:15] - Turbo Time [29:32] - What Ryan brings to teaching [30:10] - Fun fact about Stoics [32:38] - Ryan's Magic Wand [34:23] - Maureen's Takeaways   Links & Resources The Stoic Teacher: Ancient Mind Hacks to Help Educators Foster Resiliency, Optimism, and Inner Calm by Ryan Racine Getting to Neutral Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Steven Covey Zen and the Art of Dealing with Difficult People by Mark Westmoquette Troublesome Buddhas YouTube Email Maureen Maureen's TEDx: Changing My Mind to Change Our Schools The Education Evolution Facebook: Follow Education Evolution Twitter: Follow Education Evolution LinkedIn: Follow Education Evolution EdActive Collective Maureen's book: Creating Micro-Schools for Colorful Mismatched Kids Micro-school feature on Good Morning America The Micro-School Coalition Facebook: The Micro-School Coalition LEADPrep

    Easy EdTech Podcast with Monica Burns
    7 Storyboard Examples You Can Use in Any Subject Area - 175

    Easy EdTech Podcast with Monica Burns

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 15:34


    In this episode, I share storyboard examples you can use in any subject area to help students organize their thinking and share their learning. You'll also hear how to access a free set of 15 templates you can use for storyboarding ideas and creating comic strips with students. Show notes: https://classtechtips.com/2022/08/09/storyboard-examples-175/  Sponsored by EdTech Essentials: https://classtechtips.com/books/  Follow Monica on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/classtechtips/  Get access to lots of free EdTech resources (including comic templates): https://classtechtips.com/free-stuff-favorites/ 

    Teacher, Let Your Light Shine! Start a Micro-School, Learning Pod or Tutoring Business, Make Money Homeschooling, Homeschool
    Ep 103: Learning Through Play as You Begin Your School Year No Matter the Grade Level or Age! Gameschooling Must Haves for Moms and Teachers Going Back to School

    Teacher, Let Your Light Shine! Start a Micro-School, Learning Pod or Tutoring Business, Make Money Homeschooling, Homeschool

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 21:35


    So if you're like me, you've heard all of the terms associated with microschools, homeschooling, worldschooling and unschooling. But you may be wondering...what on earth is gameschooling and how could it apply to me in my school or homeschool?  In this episode, we dive into what gameschooling is all about, why it's good for your school or family, suggestions for when to get started and how! In the homeschool community, gameschooling means to use tabletop gaming (board games and card games) in an intentional way. This allow for your  personal homeschool or school culture to be emphasized through your educational philosophy.  And of course, you can adapt gameschooling to your learning pod or microschool no matter the age of students! Let Your Light Shine, Makenzie Oliver Download Your FREE Guide to 10 Questions to Help You Make Sure You Are Operating Your Business with State and Legal Requirements at Hand! teachersletyourlightshine.com/10-questions Come Connect with us in our Facebook Group and Get Featured on Our Shine Spotlight: Start Your Micro School or Homeschooling Business-TLYLS Podcast! https://www.facebook.com/groups/250368126648112 Use These Documents to Build Your Business:  www.teachersletyourlightshine.com/shop  We have step-by-step instructions to help you write powerful marketing brochures, enrollment forms, introductory packets, and so much more! You'll also find easy-to-use templates made to simplify your creation process, as well as beautiful real-life examples used by my micro-school, Lighthouse Learning, to give you creative inspiration when designing your very own forms.  You will be able to seal the deal with peace and clarity when you hand deliver your new handbook and contract.  Tune in to today's episode to find out more and head over to our shop to purchase your documents at  Coaching: https://teachersletyourlightshine.com/coachingDo you need help with a plan of action, accountability,  or clarity in your teacher career change? Interested in starting a micro-school, tutoring or homeschooling business?  Don't know where to start? Wanting to make a change but have no idea where to begin or what the change would even look like?  It's time to get "unstuck", have a plan and gain your much needed clarity  so you can experience teacher career growth, build a business blueprint, market with clear messaging, and plan a successful business launch-whether it's a micro-school, tutoring business or homeschooling business.  Click below to learn more…   Connect with me on Instagram: @Teacherletyourlightshine Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/teacherletyourlightshine Join our email list to be the FIRST to know about our FREE Resources and podcast alerts! Teachersletyourlightshine.com Want to chat? Have some questions? I'd love to hear from you! Send an Email: teacherletyourlightshine@gmail.com Or send me a message on Facebook or Instagram Twitter: @teacher_light Check out Our School on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lighthouselearningmicroschool Book a Clarity Coaching Session today: www.teachersletyourlightshine.com/coaching

    Bob Enyart Live
    Teachers (including Bob & Greg Koukl) Get the Stricter Judgment

    Bob Enyart Live

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022


    From 2020: Bob Enyart continues to air audio from last week from Greg Koulk, apologist president of Stand to Reason, who tragically denies, and thus defends, his moral relativism. Back in 2007 (see kgov.com/koukl) Greg encouraged Christians to support Republican candidates who are mass-murderers (by their open support for abortion). And still in 2020, he openly exhibits his own moral relativism as in his claim, though with clarification, that "some same sex couples are fabulous." And by that, he means, fabulous parents who we can support even in adopting children. Bob let Greg know that we planned to air and discuss his audio and Koukl did reply, but with the same defense he made years ago. "We report. You decide?" No. Actually, God decides. * BEL Resources on Moral Relativism: - 2020 Apologist Koukl Still Tragically Denies His Moral Relativism - 2020 Koukl BELs 7/21 (today's program) 7/29 8/3  - 2010 Personhood, Creation, the Law, and Moral Relativism - Suggest other BEL resources to us at Bob@kgov.com. Thanks! - 2007 Bob Debates Moral Relativist Greg Koukl - 2007 Focus on the Strategy 2 video... Today's Resource: Nicer Than God Enjoy this fast-paced critique of religion where Bob Enyart presents questions such as: When should a Christian lie? Should he ever mock? How about name-calling? Does sarcasm belong in the Christian's repertoire? How about ridicule? Learn why nice is not in the Bible and how to identify a Nicer-Than-God Christian. If Christians are not supposed to judge, then why does Jesus command us to judge rightly? And if only God will judge, then why does Paul say that we believers will judge the angels, and judge the world? If Jesus logged onto a website forum under a pseudonym, would we recognize Him, or condemn Him? This album communicates well Bob Enyart's unique style. But, warning, warning, warning, Will Robertson, it is not for the faint of heart.   * Separately, Koukl says Science Cannot be Certain of Anything: As a preview to our 2015 rsr.org/forensics program on historical science, in 2013 we published a brief KGOV article, Can Science Prove Anything Absolutely? As quoted there, Greg Koukl had written that science "cannot be certain about anything in an absolute sense. ...its method never allows certainty" and then apparently contradictorily, Greg stated, "science is not the only means of giving us true information..." Consider this excerpt: ...it is said that science cannot “prove” anything. We allege that in this vein, creationists have surrendered far too much to atheistic relativists. As a corollary, to this, we hear that science cannot prove anything but it can only disprove things. Sources: 1. A theory can "never [be] proven correct" on PBS.org; "can never be shown to be correct" at gsu.edu; 2. UCMP at the Berkeley department of paleontology. 3. A popular creationist homeschool textbook says, "Science cannot prove anything. The best science can say is that all known data support a given statement. …there is no way that science can prove anything." Wile & Durnell, Exploring Creation with Biology, 2nd Edition, 2005, p. 33; Science, "cannot be certain about anything in an absolute sense. ...its method never allows certainty" and then perhaps contradictorily, "science is not the only means of giving us true information..." Greg Koukl, Stand to Reason, 2013; "all scientific knowledge is tentative… nothing is final. There is no such thing as final proven knowledge in science" at psychologytoday.com. Scientific Absolutes: The claim that science cannot absolutely prove anything is related to the more extreme and easily falsified atheist claim that there is no truth. Yes, we Christians take the Scriptures as our highest authority. But millions of people lived prior to Moses and Job, and it is not as though they had no ability to know truth. (They could even know God, as a number of them did, and God is truth.) There are various ways of obtaining or possessing apodictic, or absolute, knowledge. Consider the common claim, as in this quote from Berkeley, that "a hypothesis cannot ever be proven, only disproven." Has that been proven? To disprove a hypothesis is to prove its negation. (A hypothesis: The reason that even very large array telescopes will never find the center of the universe is because the universe has no center. Falsification: A theoretical falsification is the growing redshift data that increasingly indicates that the universe does have a center. Disproving that hypothesis proves another: The universe has a center.)Absolutes vs. Omniscience: Knowing some things absolutely does not equate to knowing everything. Could it be that the especially extreme claim that science "cannot prove anything" is really just unintentional hyperbole? Those making such claims seem to confuse something with everything, and therefore confuse our ability to know some things absolutely with our inability to know everything. Some claim that the best that scientific investigation can do is to bring you closer to the truth (i.e., closer to understanding reality). However, if science doesn't know absolutely that: - light travels faster than sound, nor that - the solar surface is hotter than the lunar, nor that - electromagnetic opposites attract, if it were that much in the dark, then science could not bring anyone "closer" to anything. However, science does know these things absolutely. When some argue that science cannot tell us anything, it seems that what they really mean is that science cannot make us omniscient. If that's what they mean, though, then that is what they should say; for the overstatement we hear only serves to promote the relativism of materialism. Lacking omniscience does not prove the lack of all knowledge. RSR hopes that creationists will realize that they have been unnecessarily agreeing with atheists by making such an extreme claim. Real Science Radio has other disagreements with creationists on such assumptions, but for now we'll add one last observation, and then let these suffice as our first shot across the bow. :) We see the matter of historical vs. observational science as mostly a manufactured issue. We do not only make careful observations and do repeated experiments in the laboratory. Human beings live that same way. We cook, work, and read while making careful observations and performing inherent repeated experiments. In a dream, every time we read a book the words can change; in the waking world, we know that the words on our printed pages do not rearrange themselves into varying messages. That alone is a form of absolute scientific knowledge. If we didn't know that, we couldn't trust the words we read in a book, whether a dictionary or the Bible. Claiming that science can tell us nothing absolute is tantamount to saying that we can have no trust in our minds, nor our senses, and if this were true, of course we would have no ability to trust any input, whether from the Bible, or, like ourselves and the millions who lived prior to the Scriptures, from any source whatsoever. We assert that the claims of the impossibility of certain scientific knowledge are concessions to the relativism of the materialist.

    Authentic Talks 2.0
    Episode 231 | Becoming A More Impactful You To Help Others Thrive | Sam D. Nix

    Authentic Talks 2.0

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 40:10


    On this episode of Authentic Talks 2.0, Shanta has an authentic talk with Sam D. Nix and have an awesome talk!Author of Ensure Educational Success, Dr. Samuel D. Nix is the chief of schools in Texas's Duncanville Independent School District. An award-winning educator, he has worked at multiple levels in the education system as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, and principal.Sam is passionate about helping leaders to thrive in their day to day lives and within their professional lives. On this episode, they talk about leadership, and why it is difficult for people to embrace change and more. ***CONNECT WITH SAM D. NIX*****https://snix3consulting.com/ BOOK AVAILABLE ON AMAZON:https://www.amazon.com/Ensure-Educational-Success-Dr-Samuel/dp/1737871513/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=Sam+D+Nix&qid=1660054103&s=live-explorations&sr=1-2**************************************************************************************Connect with hostwww.authentictalks2.com Thank you all for tuning in, Sending you all tons of positive energy and lots of love! JAMM WITH ME A JOURNEY TO YOUR HIGHER SELF - A SERIES https://www.amazon.com/Jamm-Journey-Your-Higher-Self/dp/B0B6S6CB6L/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3TCZRR0O9I02N&keywords=jamm+with+me+a+journey+to+your+higher+self&qid=1660054052&sprefix=jamm+with+m%2Caps%2C191&sr=8-1

    A Course in Miracles
    Are You A Teacher of God?

    A Course in Miracles

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 56:35


    The ACIM Manual for Teachers is dedicated to understanding what it is to be a Teacher of God. Are you one? Would you like to be? What is the criteria? What does it mean? This week Jennifer shares her own experience of stepping into what ACIM calls a "Teacher of God" and how that's improved her life. To learn more about A Course in Miracles, please visit JenniferHadley.com. For the transcript of this episode and more, please visit LivingACourseInMiracles.com. Let's help all humanity give up suffering here and now. Let's do our part and go the other way! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Parenting After Trauma with Robyn Gobbel
    How to Parent a Bottomless Pit of Needs

    Parenting After Trauma with Robyn Gobbel

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 36:12


    Sometimes it feels like our kids have a hole in the bottom of their heart.  No matter how much love and attention is put in, it seems like it's never ever enough.  These kids cannot hold onto the feeling of presence and connection.  When it's there, it's great.  When it's not, it's like it was never there to begin with and they'll never get it again.  They don't have a string that connects them to all the moments of connection they've had in the past and all the moments they will have in the future.  In this episode, you'll learn:What whining and clinging behavior meansWhy some kids seem like a bottomless pit of needsSteps to fill your child's connection cupOver on my website you can find:Masterclass and eBook on What Behavior Really Is (FREE)eBook on The Brilliance of Attachment (FREE)Ongoing support, connection, and co-regulation for struggling parents: The ClubYear Long Immersive & Holistic Training Program for Parenting Professionals: Being WithLEARN WAYS TO CREATE THE RESONANT RELATIONSHIPthat invites client change (and keeps us out of burn-out)FOR THERAPISTS, CASEWORKERS, TEACHERS, & SOCIAL WORKERS(Really, anyone who works with people- kids, adults, & families!)August 26, 2022- 2.5 hour online workshop. You don't have to attend live!https://robyngobbel.com/meinwe *******The Club is a virtual community for the families of kids with big, baffling behaviors and the professionals who support them. https://robyngobbel.com/theclubApplications for the 2023 cohort of Being With ~ a year-long immersive and holistic program for parenting professionals ~ are now open! https://robyngobbel.com/beingwith

    Teach Me, Teacher
    #270 The Importance of Teacher Autonomy with Patrick Harris II (pt.1)

    Teach Me, Teacher

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 30:03 Very Popular


    Hello everyone! Many teachers work within districts and schools that value and understand the importance of teacher autonomy, yet this is not the case everywhere. With the pressure of accountability and an ever increasing eye on education in the political sphere, some districts and schools are opting for LESS teacher autonomy—often limiting teachers to just being program pushers or curriculum guide readers. To discuss this and more, I have brought on Patrick Harris II, an educator and the author of The First Five: A Love Letter to Teachers. In this discussion we talk about: The world of middle school teachers The importance of story-telling Knowing our why How teachers and students need room to be themselves to get the most out of education ...and so much more!   This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their new book, Whispering in the Wind: A Guide to Deeper Reading and Writing Through Poetry, by Linda Rief. Do your students cringe when you teach a poetry unit? Do you? Whispering in the Wind is Linda Rief's latest book and it's a cure for poetry agony. This book shows you how to launch a simple, self-directed student poetry project that will help your students read more poetry, respond to it authentically, and maybe even discover that they actually enjoy it. Focusing on poetry really can make your students stronger readers and stronger writers. And you'll finally have a plan for teaching poetry that you'll love too. Learn more and download a free sample at Hein.pub/Whispering.

    Lancaster Baptist Church Video Podcast
    Dr. John Goetsch: Help Wanted: Teachers

    Lancaster Baptist Church Video Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022


    Grind and Gratitude
    Ep. 118: Are you Dedicated and Committed?

    Grind and Gratitude

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 25:12


    To develop a champion mindset, a mindset that you can achieve greater things in your life, requires more than just taking action. It requires commitment and dedication! Entrepreneurs and business owners often have to give themselves a reality check to understand how committed and dedicated they are to making more impact, income, and influence in their businesses. Especially Coaches, Speakers, Teachers, and Consultants because they are in the people helping businesses. In this episode, host, speaker, coach, and teacher, Coach Danny Stone talks about the importance of being committed and dedicated to your business and what it looks like. He shares his own journey of ups and downs as a Leadership and Empowerment Speaker, Business Advisor, Coach and Online Teacher.  If you want to grow your business, reach more people and get on bigger platforms to promote yourself and your business; listen to this episode.   In this episode you will learn: Why commitment and dedication are the foundations to growing your income, impact, and influence What it looks like to show up in your business every day Questions to check your level of commitment What dedicated focus can look like for you The importance of planning  Links mentioned in this episode: Speak Up to Scale Up Challenge Champion You Academy Danny Stone Website Danny Stone Facebook Danny Stone Instagram Danny Stone Twitter Danny Stone LinkedIn    

    I Am Refocused Podcast Show
    Oscar winner Lee Grant (Shampoo), featured in new film Killian AandD The ComebackK Kids, in theaters and VOD

    I Am Refocused Podcast Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 8:55


    ABOUT LEE GRANT (FROM TCM.COM)An attractive brunette with angular features, Lee Grant began her career as a child performer with NYC's Metropolitan Opera. By age 11, she had become a member of the American Ballet Theatre. After music studies at Juilliard, she won a scholarship to attend the Neighborhood Playhouse and switched her focus to acting. Grant understudied the role of Ado Annie in a touring production of "Oklahoma!" before landing her breakthrough stage role as a young shoplifter in Sidney Kingsley's "Detective Story" in 1949. Hollywood soon beckoned and she recreated the role in William Wyler's 1951 superb film version. Grant won the Cannes Film Festival Best Actress prize and earned a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination for the role. Seemingly on the verge of a brilliant career, the actress found herself the victim of the blacklist when her husband, playwright Arnold Manoff was named before the House Committee on Un-American Activities. Grant herself refused to testify and the film offers over the next decade were sporadic.Returning to Manhattan, Grant found work in TV (e.g., the daytime soap "Search for Tomorrow") and on stage (i.e., "A Hole in the Head" 1957; "Two for the Seesaw" 1959). After earning an OBIE Award for her work in Genet's "The Maids" in 1963, her small screen career began to pick up. In 1965, Grant joined the cast of the primetime soap "Peyton Place" as Stella Chernak and picked up an Emmy for her work. She earned a second statuette for her performance as a runaway wife and mother who ends up at a truck stop in California in "The Neon Ceiling" (NBC, 1971).By the time she had earned her second Emmy, Grant's feature career had been rejuvenated with her stellar work as the widow of a murder victim in Norman Jewison's Oscar-winning "In the Heat of the Night" (1967). That same year, she essayed a neurotic in the campy "Valley of the Dolls." In "The Landlord" (1970), she was the society matron mother of Beau Bridges and her comic portrayal earned her a second Oscar nomination as Best Supporting Actress. Grant then played the mother of all Jewish mothers, Sophie Portnoy, in Ernest Lehman's film version of Philip Roth's novel "Portnoy's Complaint" (1972). Hal Ashby's "Shampoo" (1975) finally brought her a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award as a Beverly Hills matron having an affair with her hairdresser. The following year, Grant received a fourth nomination for her deeply moving portrayal of a Jewish refugee in "Voyage of the Damned."Her subsequent screen roles have been of varying quality, although Grant always brings a professionalism and degree of excellence to even the smallest role. After striking out as a sitcom lead in the underrated "Fay" (NBC, 1975), she delivered a fine portrayal of First Lady Grace Coolidge in "Backstairs at the White House" (NBC, 1979), was the domineering mother of actress Frances Farmer in "Will There Really Be a Morning?" (CBS, 1983) and excelled as Dora Cohn, mother of "Roy Cohn" (HBO, 1992). On the big screen, Grant lent her substantial abilities to "Teachers" (1984) as a hard-nosed school superintendent, "Defending Your Life" (1991), as an elegant prosecutor sparring with adversary Rip Torn, and "It's My Party" (1996), as the mother of man suffering from complications from AIDS.While Grant has continued to act in features and on TV, she has concentrated more on her directing career since the 80s. After studying at the American Film Institute, she made the short "The Stronger" (1976) which eventually aired on Arts & Entertainment's "Shortstories" in 1988. Grant made her feature debut with "Tell Me a Riddle" (1980), an earnest, well-acted story of an elderly couple facing death. She has excelled in the documentary format, beginning with "The Wilmar 8" (1981), about strike by female bank employees in the Midwest. (Grant later directed a fictionalized account entitled "A Matter of Sex" for NBC in 1984). She steered Marlo Thomas to an Emmy in the fact-based "Nobody's Child" (CBS, 1986) and earned praise for helming "No Place Like Home" (CBS, 1989), a stark look at the effects of unemployment. A number of her documentaries have been screened as part of HBO's "America Undercover" series, including the Oscar-winning "Down and Out in America" (1985), about the unemployed, "What Sex Am I?" (1985), about transsexuals and transvestites, "Battered" (1989), about victims of domestic violence, and "Women on Trial" (1992), about mothers who turn to the courts to protect their children. In 1997, she produced, directed and hosted the well-received "Say It, Fight It, Cure It" (Lifetime) which focused on breast cancer survivors and their families.ABOUT KILLIAN AND THE COMEBACK KIDSIn August, film distributor Hope Runs High will release its latest feature film across VOD platforms - bringing the much-lauded "Killian & the Comeback Kids" to a national audience outside of its 30 city theatrical release. For composer-writer-director Taylor A. Purdee, "Killian & the Comeback Kids" is a passion project that has united a dynamic team of creatives both onscreen and off. Concurrently with digital release, the film's screenplay will be preserved by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' permanent archive.With the film's initial theatrical releases, Purdee became the youngest director in 2020 and 2021 to have a film playing in major American exhibition circuits. He is also the first bi-racial director-star of African American descent to have a film theatrically released in the United States in the 21st century.'Killian' is the story of a young mixed-race musician forced to return to his rural hometown, burdened by the expense of his college degree. A chance encounter with a childhood acquaintance takes his summer in a new direction as the pair enlist a rag-tag band of other struggling locals to play a music festival coming to their once-prosperous steel town. With youthful ambition and an unflagging passion for folk-rock, Killian and the band take a shot at uniting their divided community and setting the stage for their futures.Purdee discusses the film's resonance in the current moment. "Folk music has always represented three things: a lot of self-determination, social responsibility, and a DIY spirit that happens to run through most younger generations. In a moment where the culture seems increasingly divided, when higher education could be viewed as more of a corporate scheme than a ticket to prosperity, and when one-third of our young people remain suspended in an elongated adolescence, our view of professional and personal identity is worth reimagining."The film's music by Purdee and his The Cumberland Kids bandmate Liam Higgins garnered Oscar buzz, and Purdee's original screenplay will be preserved in The Academy's permanent archive. The film stars Taylor A. Purdee, Kassie DePaiva, Nathan Purdee, John Donchak, Shannon O'Boyle, Shane Andries, Emily Mest, Yael Elisheva, and Andrew O'Shanick, and features Maddi Jane and Academy Award-winner Lee Grant."With a cast built of new faces, street musicians, Broadway mainstays, daytime superstars, new media darlings, and a living legend of classic Hollywood, our disruptive star power is the perfect mixture for an unconventional film in unconventional times."SYNOPSIS: Killian & the Comeback Kids is the story of a young mixed race musician forced to return to his rural hometown after an expensive college degree. A chance encounter with a childhood acquaintance gives the summer new direction. Together they throw together a rag-tag band of other struggling locals for one shot to play a music festival coming to their once prosperous steel town. Armed with only folk-rock, Killian and the band hope to unite the community - - if just for one night. A little musical at the cross roads of small town America and a burgeoning youth culture only just beginning to find its voice.Here's the trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rI6n2nkk8V0

    Lesson: Impossible
    Agent Darcy Bakkegard (Personalized Professional Development)

    Lesson: Impossible

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 27:16


    Your lesson, should you choose to accept it, is to personalize your professional development to the unique needs of your teaching practice. The special agent assigned to help you with this task is Agent Darcy Bakkegard.   In our conversation we discuss: 1️⃣ Teachers taking agency over their own professional development 2️⃣ Using the design process as a model for innovating your practice 3️⃣ Removing the barriers and hypocrisy of traditional PD   Click here for links and resources mentioned in the episode or more information about the podcast. Click here for Lesson: Impossible's blog.  

    Charlotte Talks
    Teachers in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools discuss challenges and hopes for upcoming year

    Charlotte Talks

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 49:18


    Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools have a high number of teacher vacancies and reports of poor test scores — meanwhile, advocates say funding isn't nearly as high as it should be. With students heading back to school on Aug. 29, we sit down with CMS teachers to discuss morale, pay, retention and more.

    Lancaster Baptist Church Audio Podcast
    Dr. John Goetsch: Help Wanted: Teachers

    Lancaster Baptist Church Audio Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022


    TODAY
    August 8: Senate passes climate, health and tax bill. New summer travel chaos. Four Muslim men shot and killed in Albuquerque. Teacher shortage across U.S.

    TODAY

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 33:42


    Senate passes climate, health and tax bill – it's chances in the House, potential impact on the midterm elections and what this means for you. Plus, thousands of passengers were left stranded this past weekend by a new wave of flight cancelations and delays coast-to-coast. And, a string of targeted murders on Muslim men has an entire New Mexico community on edge – the latest on the FBI investigation. Plus, the growing concern over a nationwide shortage of teachers as students across the country are gearing up for the new school year.

    Overthrowing Education
    Micaela Blei: The Pedagogy of Story Framing

    Overthrowing Education

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 53:20


    Episode 80: Micaela Blei: The Pedagogy of Story Framing Overthrowing Education's 3rd anniversary is this month, and one way I wanted to celebrate was by replaying an early interview I loved with incredible educator and award-winning storyteller, Micaela Blei. She joined me for a great conversation about how to use story frames to bring learning alive, engage students and provide deeper learning. We also talk about all the amazing ways we can use storytelling in our teaching.  The fauxmercial parody, “Story Surprise” starts us off and after her interviewed, Micaela plays a hilarious, and very challenging version of The 5-Minute Game Show. Special thanks to Micaela and my fauxmercial cast -  the incredible Holender family actors Sophie, Benji and Karen, as well as Yossie Frankel and Eve Hirschman for helping write The 5-Minute Game Show. Links and Resources: Find Micaela at https://micaelablei.com/ and on Twitter @mblei Vote for the Fauxsies! Get your ballot. Shop for Overthrowing Education swag

    You Can Learn Chinese
    Four types of teachers to avoid

    You Can Learn Chinese

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 59:17


    The Ultra-Traditional, the “Buddy”, the Know-it-All, and the “Too Nice” are all teacher types that John and Jared are going to break down and you should consider avoiding. That being said, they have some redeeming qualities too!Interview is with Brad Johnson whose interest and friendships were the driving force in improving his Chinese skills to the level where he now hosts a podcast in Chinese. Links from the episode:#87 The 6 Types of Chinese Learners#79 Why typing characters is better than handwritingEmma 《安末》 (Mandarin Companion Level 1 graded reader)Brad Johnson's Podcasts | MianBao.fmXiaoyuzhou podcast appTop 100 Podcasts on XiaoyuzhouSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Accelerate Your Performance
    Creating a Great Place to Work for Teachers

    Accelerate Your Performance

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 8:59


    How can leaders keep their high-performing teachers? Recent studies indicate that helping employees feel valued and appreciated is key. One study found that 93% of employees who reported feeling valued at work said that they are more motivated to do their best. Another study found that 79% who left their job reported that a lack of appreciation was a key factor for leaving. In this week's Accelerate Your Performance podcast episode, Dr. Janet Pilcher discusses the importance of cultivating a positive and supportive work environment for teachers. Listen as she shares practical ideas leaders can put into action to help create an environment employees feel supported, valued, and greater satisfaction working in.This episode addresses questions, such as:How can we take action to help our teachers feel more valued and appreciated?What are the key fundamental leadership actions we can take to support and retain our staff?What are some examples of questions you can ask new employees as a check-in 30 and 90 days into the job?Recommended Resources: Creating a Culture of Recognition, Stay Interviews, Increase Teacher Job Satisfaction and Retention, & The Irreplaceables

    Teachers Off Duty
    Our Craziest Stories From Our First Year as Teachers

    Teachers Off Duty

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 36:11


    Our friend, Lashay Greenwood (@lashatgreenwood) joins us for this super fun episode as we all (minus Lauran) share the craziest stories from our first year in the profession! Check out our merch shop!  Subscribe to our newsletter! Become a Patreon member to access exclusive bonus content with hilarious games!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Real Teacher Talk
    Teachers Have Lives Too

    Real Teacher Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 12:01


    Have you ever felt like we are held to higher expectations than others as teachers? This is a common issue among teachers because guess what? We have lives too! I have taught for years and talked to teachers all around the world. There seems to be a consensus on the fact that teachers just aren't respected the way that they should be. Not only are they feeling like they aren't respected, but they also don't feel valued, and it feels like they are being taken advantage of. We are expected to give our entire lives over for the outcome. But we are more than just teachers. We are human beings with goals, hobbies, families, and lives outside of the classroom. We should be able to live and enjoy our lives outside of the classroom without all the judgment about what we do.The higher standard that teachers are held to is quite baffling at times. It differs from state to state, but some are so strict that it's just not fair to those teachers at all. Tune in to this episode to hear more of my thoughts on the expectations that are placed on teachers and my thoughts on things we can do to push back against these unrealistic and unfair standards. I would love to connect on Facebook: facebook.com/EasyTeachingTools & Instagram: instagram.com/easyteachingtools!Show notes available at easyteachingtools.com/episode16Resources Mentioned:Get your Refresh and Recharge ticket: https://www.easyteachingtools.com/refreshandrecharge

    The 12kyle Podcast
    teachers...

    The 12kyle Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 23:34


    *** BONUS EPISODE *** Check out this bonus episode as 12Kyle talks about his favorite teachers... teachers... Download, subscribe, & share You can LISTEN, SHARE, AND SUBSCRIBE to The 12Kyle Podcast on all streaming platforms where podcasts are free AUDIO https://linktr.ee/12kyle YOUTUBE https://youtu.be/MH3eighZGgw

    EntheoRadio
    Itzhak is Back - New Shamanic Techniques and Global Prophecy

    EntheoRadio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 111:04


    Friend of Hugh T Alkemi and returning guest, Itzhak Beery joins the conversation to update us on his world travels, teachings and the prophecy of the Eagle and the Condor that comes from the traditions of the Andean and Amazonian Shamans.Bio for our guest:Itzhak Beery is an international leading shamanic teacher, healer, speaker, community activist, and author of three Amazon bestseller books. Born in an Israeli Kibbutz, he had a fine art career and owned an award-winning boutique Ad agency in New York City. A midlife crisis led to his shift from a skeptical atheist and business executive into a passionate believer, aligned with his life purpose. Since 1995, Itzhak has bridged the spiritual and practical wisdom his indigenous and Western teachers entrusted to him. He was initiated into the "Circle of 24 Yachaks of Imbabura" by his Quechua teacher in Ecuador and Amazonian Kanamari Pajè in Brazil.​Find full bio and reach Itzhak: http://ibeery.weebly.com/He is the founder/publisher of: - Shamanportal.org the global shamanic resource hub.-Co-founder of the New York Shamanic Circle. http://www.nyshamaniccircle.org/-Founder of The Shamanic Andes Summit- https://www.theandessummit.com/~~~~~~EntheoRadio is Sponsored by Mushroom Shaman brand (look us up via search engine for mushroom ceremonies and supplements) and by Alkemi.gold products.

    Kōrero EAG - Start Local, Go Global
    Kōrero EAG, S3, E1 - Adam Woods & David Rhodes

    Kōrero EAG - Start Local, Go Global

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 53:57


    "See challenges as an invitation to innovate." Adam Woods is moving into his 17th year of Science Engineering teaching at Segerstrom High School in Santa Ana, CA. Adam has spent the past 8 years developing and maintaining the first Aerospace Engineering Pathway in Orange County, which consists of 3 successive Engineering courses designed to better prepare underrepresented students for STEM majors at the college level. Adam's passion for STEM education includes a deep commitment to leveling the playing field for young women pursuing Engineering or Computer Science. Adam has been a club advisor for “Girls Who Code”, “Sisters In Engineering”, and the Cal Poly Pomona “Femineer” program – all with the goal of closing the gender gap in technical professions. Looking into the future, Adam hopes to one day implement Environmental Engineering at his school site and create a synergetic Aerospace, Environmental Computer Science Academy.David Rhodes co-presented with Dr. Mark Ellis at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) annual Boston conference regarding detracking the 7th-grade mathematics classes at Lathrop. Their presentation is titled "We Must Stop Sorting Students": One Teacher's Experience with Detracking. David's personal qualities of being reflective and collaborative make him a good team player and student advocate. Understanding that one can never stop learning, he seeks opportunities to improve his ability to teach and demonstrates a strong responsibility for the teaching profession by mentoring teachers, parents, and students to not only advocate for themselves but always be learning.

    Autism Classroom Resources Podcast
    The Nuts & Bolts of Leading Your Classroom Team

    Autism Classroom Resources Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 15:25


    Teachers struggle a LOT with building and leading their classroom team. I want to structure this month's podcasts around helping you do both because even if you're just out of school and surrounded by paraprofessionals with three times as much experience, you need to take the lead. So today, I start with a discussion of the nuts and bolts of building the structure with a classroom staff so they can work as a team. 1:48​ - Why leadership isn't some big, scary thing 3:55 - An overview of the first part of the structure you'll need: the classroom zoning plan 6:20 - What a zoning plan doesn't include and the key to making it work 8:00 - The purpose of the lesson plan and setting up the vision for your classroom 10:50 - What to keep in mind as you build the classroom structure with your staff Grab the transcript, freebie and resource links at http://autismclassroomresources.com/episode131 Autism Classroom Resources' Free Resource Library... http://library.autismclassroomresources.com Want more information about the Special Educator Academy? SpecialEducatorAcademy.com Join the Free Facebook Group specialeducatorsconnection.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/autismclassroomresources/message

    KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed
    Northern Nevada org offers sustainability training for teachers

    KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 1:52


    A local nonprofit called Envirolution recently won a $20,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Northern Nevada to support sustainability training for teachers.

    The Daily Zeitgeist
    Teachers Vet(eran), InfoPoors 08.05.22

    The Daily Zeitgeist

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 63:48


    In episode 1303, Miles and guest co-host Jacquis Neal are joined by comedian Caitlin Gil to discuss... Florida Check In - Drag Queens And Vets, Just A Quick Update On the Alex Jones Thing and more! Florida Check In - Drag Queens And Vets Ron DeSantis Had to Go Back 75 Years to Justify His War on Drag Queens VISIT: GuarnteeShirts.com LISTEN: Que Bandeira by EvinhaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Teachers' Lounge
    How to break down barriers and discover learning solutions | Teachers' Lounge Podcast

    Teachers' Lounge

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 52:56


    “One of the questions I learned to ask early in my career as an educator is, was my experience, maybe not everybody's experience, or was it?"

    Missions on Point
    MoP106 Contemporary Issues in Missions - 5 of 14 DMMs and CPMs Exposed

    Missions on Point

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 15:18


    One of the most dramatic streams of trends in missions over the past decade and the present is the methodologies represented by DMM ("Disciple Making Movements"), CPM ("Church Planting Movements"), T4T ("Training for Teachers"), DBS ("Discovery Bible Studies"), and others. The statistics are mind-boggling! While we can learn some essential things about the power of God's word, presently plainly, simply, clearly, we also can see the seeds of a kind of legalism that breeds flawed concepts of salvation and the local church. Be careful! Ask questions. Stick close to a truly biblical understanding of conversion, Christian growth, and biblically qualified church leaders.

    This Is Nashville
    Back to school with Nashville's teachers

    This Is Nashville

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 50:33


    It's back-to-school season! Big box stores have put out special school supplies displays, and the airwaves are full of commercials for backpacks, clothes and markers. It's a pretty familiar phenomenon, but it's also impossible to deny that a lot has changed about education over the past few years, from the upheaval of the COVID-19 pandemic to new laws that impact what can be taught in the classroom. What is this time of year — this year — like for Middle Tennessee's teachers? To learn more, we're joined by educators and MNPS officials. But first, we'll hear from our newsroom about the results of yesterday's election. Guests:  Blaise Gainey, WPLN News political reporter Julia Ritchey, WPLN News afternoon news editor Laura Delgado, Program Director of the Pionero Scholars Program at the Lipscomb College of Education Daven Oglesby, exceptional education teacher at Lakeview Elementary Design Center Susan Strasinger, teacher at Hillsboro High School Michele Sheriff, President of the Metropolitan Nashville Education Association Dr. Mason Bellamy, Chief of Academics and Schools for Metro Nashville Public Schools

    WellSpring's Podcast
    1 Corinthians 13:8 "Love Never Fails"

    WellSpring's Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 35:16


    Corinthians worship services looked so amazing from the outside! Miracles, signs and wonders! Great silver tongued orators and Teachers! Nuggets of God's truth was dazzling. There were People that gave so much money that they had the regular givers blushing- but underneath it all- God was looking in and saying- it all amounts to a big pile of nothing! Because the motive behind it all was self-centeredness and an attempt to elevate themselves rather than Jesus.

    Charlotte Talks
    Local News Roundup: Eastland Yards development begins; bonuses for teachers; Mecklenburg reports community spread of monkeypox

    Charlotte Talks

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 49:35


    Construction is to start at the former Eastland Mall site. Area public schools are in a recruitment bonus battle with less than a month to go before teachers and students return to the classroom. The State Board of Elections certifies the Green Party as an official party. And we now have evidence in Mecklenburg of community spread of monkeypox. Mike Collins and a roundtable of reporters detail those and other stories.

    Dr. Danny's Teacher-to-Teacher Podcast
    Are you a teacher or a facilitator? What's the difference?

    Dr. Danny's Teacher-to-Teacher Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 3:48


    Why?: Are you a teacher or a facilitator? What's the difference? What?: In many churches, for more than a generation, we've called everyone who leads a class a teacher. But that's only technically right in that every Christian teaches as the church carries out the Great Commission through the individual believers in the church. So, parents teach children. Believers teach the lost. Mature believers teach less mature believers. All those opportunities tend to be private encounters. For public teaching, or teaching in groups, Jesus has given the church teachers. In Ephesians 4, when Paul talks about the unity of the church, he says that Jesus gave, among other things, shepherds and teachers to equip the saints for the work of ministry and for building up the body of Christ to unity. Teachers, in this sense, are extensions of the pastor's role. In fact, many scholars argue that when Paul writes "shepherds and teachers" he means two aspects of the same office. That is, pastors are to shepherd and to teach. Even if you argue that these are two separate offices, pastor and teacher, it's hard to argue that they are not closely related. Teachers are gifted to the church by Jesus, equipped by the Holy Spirit, and recognized by the church as gifted to teach. Between these private and public ministries, for decades we've recognized another role for willing, mature believers. Although we've often labeled them teachers, they are, more properly, facilitators. When you look at most commercially available Bible lessons, traditionally called quarterlies, their content is written by teachers for facilitators to use in the local church. So, they've developed entire lessons that can be used with minimal modification to effectively teach the Bible. Any mature believer should be able to take the prepared lesson and lead a class. If, instead of using quarterlies, the church uses sermon-based questions, almost any mature believer can be taught to facilitate discussion of those questions. Whatever choice the church makes in content, mature believers can fill a real need in the church by serving as facilitators. In contrast to facilitating fixed content, teachers tend to develop new content or modify existing lessons for the local church. Thankfully, the commercial publishers use teachers to write the lessons that get sent to facilitators. Also, thankfully, God places teachers in the church to extend the pastor's ministry. Since teachers are so closely tied to the pastor's role it's reasonable to hold them to the qualifications for elders or pastors that Paul describes in 1 Tim chapter 3 and Titus chapter 1. Their public speaking ministry risks leading others astray, which is why James 3:1 talks about the strict judgment for teachers. So What?: The church needs teachers and mature believers who serve as facilitators. Some fill both of those roles depending on the circumstance. Others serve in only one of those roles. So What Now?: So, which are you? Teacher or facilitator? If you're a facilitator, facilitate well. If you're a teacher, teach well.

    The Dom Giordano Program
    What In The World Is Randi Weingarten Saying Now?

    The Dom Giordano Program

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 48:31


    Full Hour | In today's second hour, Dom welcomes Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer back onto the Dom Giordano Program. Stollsteimer has become somewhat of a character on the show, with Dom playing sound drops from an interview that went south when he tried comparing Stollsteimer to Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner. Dom admits his fault in the comparison, highlighting some positive policing taking place in Delaware County, a strong departure from the prioritization of politics over safety we're seeing here in Philadelphia. Stollsteimer and Giordano get into the nuts and bolts of what's playing out in Chester, with Jack explaining the approach that he and the police department have taken to strengthen safety for the residents of the city of Chester and the surrounding County. Stollsteimer stresses the importance of working in conjunction with local resources including the police department, explaining a ‘carrot and stick' approach that he and the department have worked on. Then, Giordano moves into a conversation centered on the American Federation of Teachers and public schools, playing back a clip from President Randi Weingarten, who has gone on a recent tear of suggesting that Republicans want to tear down public education. Dom asks why this would be such a bad thing, pointing to the inflated budgets of public schools and the continued failure of students. Then, Giordano ties this into the Build Back Better bill, which Dom reveals is crafted heavily in favor of unions. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

    Tony Katz + The Morning News
    Teachers Says Student Wants Pronouns To Be "Banana" and "Rock"

    Tony Katz + The Morning News

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 7:25


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    Be Good Broadcast
    Galatians - Exposing Unqualified Teachers - Kingdom in Context

    Be Good Broadcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 127:21


    Streamed live on Jun 19, 2022 From Sean @ Kingdom In Context Many pastors and teachers take Galatians severely out of context to justify their double-speak, dispensation doctrines, and attacks on fellow believers who want to practice the behavior of the Messiah. We're covering the whole book with context from everywhere in Scripture using The Contextual Study Guide as our resource. Join us! ~~~ Kingdom In Context: Follow Sean Griffin @Twitter, Instagram, Facebook Contextual Study Guide of Scripture You can support Sean @PayPal& Patreon Make personal check payable to Sean Griffin @ PO Box 1266, Ft. Collins, CO 80522 ~~~~~~~ From Me: Be Good Broadcast I just rebroadcast those spreading The Word Propagate it. Share it. Contact Me My Twitter Please RATE or REVIEW anywhere you can. If you get value from the rebroadcast please consider giving value back. Via Paypal CashApp Subscribestar Or Buy me a coffee --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/begoodbroadcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/begoodbroadcast/support

    Parenting Unfiltered
    School is BACK!

    Parenting Unfiltered

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 35:44


    Alright parents, you made it through the summer. No more whining of "I'm bored" No more vacations needing to planned. School is BACK and it's time for those awesome, amazing, dedicated teachers to take over the daytime babysitting. Tune in as we talk about summer ending, Jessica not knowing when school starts and curriculum questions. 

    The John Rothmann Show Podcast
    John Rothmann: Why is there a shortage of teachers?

    The John Rothmann Show Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 53:10


    Why are America's schools so short-staffed? Experts point to a confluence of factors including pandemic-induced teacher exhaustion, low pay and some educators' sense that politicians and parents — and sometimes their own school board members — have little respect for their profession amid an escalating educational culture war that has seen many districts and states pass policies and laws restricting what teachers can say about U.S. history, race, racism, gender and sexual orientation, as well as LGBTQ issues. “The political situation in the United States, combined with legitimate aftereffects of covid, has created this shortage,” said Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers. “This shortage is contrived.”See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Obie & Ashley
    Obie Met the Teachers and Springs and Strings goes LIVE today

    Obie & Ashley

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 28:53


    Obie shared his moment yesterday at his kids' schools Meet The Teachers night and we're also encouraging you to be sharp at 10 for these tickets before they sell out like last time

    The Dale Jackson Show
    Dale and State Sen. Arthur Orr discuss teachers obsessing with pronouns in the classroom, and whether Alabama is seeking to expand medicate - 8-5-22

    The Dale Jackson Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 19:15


    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Parenting with Impact
    Bonus Archive Ep 10: How to Meet with Teachers About Your Child's 504 and IEP

    Parenting with Impact

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 22:38


    Specializing exclusively in special education law since 2003, Christy Calbos has extensive knowledge of how public schools educate children with disabilities. As an IEP and 504 lawyer, she puts this knowledge and experience to work for her clients. Listen to this informative Parenting With Impact episode with Christie Calbos about what to do when it feels like your school is not following your child's 504 or IEP. Here is what was covered on this special archival episode: What to do if there is a blatant violation of your child's 504 or IEP Get clarity on the objectives, goals, and instructions set for accommodating your child When to call in an advocate   Related Articles: Prepare for 504 or IEP Meetings with a Lawyer's 4 Best Tips Getting a 504 for ADHD: One Mom's Success Story What IS Free & Appropriate Public Education For Your Child? 10 Tips to Improve Communication with Your ADHD Child's Teachers   Homework Headaches Home-Study Course Connect with Christy: Website www.calboslaw.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/calboslawfirm 10 Parenting Tips for School Success with Complex Kids There are only 10 tips in this FREE parent's guide from the experts at ImpactParents -- and they're the only ones you need to give you the foundation to help your kids find school success! Used by parents all over the world, you learn quick steps to lighten the load and help smart kids feel good about school again.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    KGO 810 Podcast
    John Rothmann: Why is there a shortage of teachers?

    KGO 810 Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 53:10


    Why are America's schools so short-staffed? Experts point to a confluence of factors including pandemic-induced teacher exhaustion, low pay and some educators' sense that politicians and parents — and sometimes their own school board members — have little respect for their profession amid an escalating educational culture war that has seen many districts and states pass policies and laws restricting what teachers can say about U.S. history, race, racism, gender and sexual orientation, as well as LGBTQ issues. “The political situation in the United States, combined with legitimate aftereffects of covid, has created this shortage,” said Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers. “This shortage is contrived.”See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Wicked Smart Golf
    33: Get in the Zone by Mastering Your Mental Golf Type (Kiel Alderink)

    Wicked Smart Golf

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 49:52


    This guest interview will change the way you play golf forever. Let me introduce today's guest...  Kiel Alderink is the Head Mental Game and Performance Coach / Operating Partner of Mental Golf Type. He is the Director of Instruction at The Academy at Black Creek in Chattanooga, TN and also remains a co-owner of his junior academy Champion Ways in Lake Bluff, IL.  Kiel is recognized as a Top Teacher Under 40 in America by Golf Digest. Kiel is also listed as Top Teacher in Illinois by Golf Digest, and Golf Academy of America Top 25 Teachers. He is also a Class A PGA Professional and works with juniors, amateurs, and professional golfers.  When you listen to this interview, you will learn: The 4 facets of personality Common mental game mistakes  Why acting like Tiger might be a BAD idea How your personality affects your golf game How to get in the ZONE so you play your best golf   To learn more about Mental Golf Type, visit www.wickedsmartgolftype.com/mgt  Or, take your own personality assessment here: https://www.mentalgolftype.com/a/39011/Hfvo4urF 

    Hacker Valley Studio
    Learning from Cybersecurity Legends with Davin Jackson

    Hacker Valley Studio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 29:56


    Those on the red team may not be household names to the everyday person, but they are absolutely legends and icons in the world of cybersecurity and hacking. While we have our personal favorite hackers between the two of us, we also invite our guest, Davin Jackson, to share his favorite cybersecurity legends and the lessons he's learned from them. Timecode Guide: [00:50] The importance of red teaming, especially during this season [02:17] Ron and Chris' first experience working in a red team environment [11:23] Communication and collaboration between blue and red [16:53] Knowledge gained from Davin Jackson's humble beginnings in tech [22:19] Gaining the blue perspective with Hacker Valley Blue Thank you to our sponsors Axonius and PlexTrac for bringing this season of HVR to life! Life is complex. But it's not about avoiding challenges or fearing failure. Just ask Simone Biles — the greatest gymnast of all time. Want to learn more about how Simone controls complexity? Watch her video at axonius.com/simone PlexTrac is pleased to offer an exclusive Red Team Content Bundle for Hacker Valley listeners. This bundle contains both our "Writing a Killer Penetration Test Report" and "Effective Purple Teaming" white papers in ONE awesome package. Head to PlexTrac.com/HackerValley to learn more about the platform and get your copy today! _____________ Legends, Icons, Teachers, and Friends From Marcus Carey to Johnny Long, we're excited to share the legends that had an early influence and lasting impact on our careers in cybersecurity. While our two backgrounds in red teaming are different, we can attribute so much of our success and our ability to share our knowledge with all of you to the experts that were willing to invite us to join and learn the best hacking techniques alongside them. “I think that's the most important thing in red teaming, it's passing that knowledge on to someone else.” - Chris Cochran   Communication, collaboration, and community instead of red vs blue It is not two teams with two separate fights when we're talking about red teams and blue teams. Often, when cybersecurity is too focused on this split between offensive and defensive, we forget to collaborate and fall short of improving on issues we discovered. Communication between red and blue can be a costly struggle, which is why we're happy to see our sponsor PlexTrac stepping in to develop communication technology for these teams. “There's this push and pull of collaboration. On one hand, you want the red team to work autonomously…but on the other hand, they do need insight if you're going to go deeper and deeper.” - Ron Eddings   Legends met, lessons learned, tech loneliness understood In the latter half of our episode, we're joined by Hacker Valley Blue host Davin Jackson, also known as DJax Alpha. Davin started his cybersecurity journey with no computer of his own. Working his way up from basic tech jobs at corporations like Circuit City, lessons Davin learned from the legends he looked up to include finding a mentor, focusing on networking (even when it feels like a dead end), and being always willing to share what you've learned. “It's about consistency, and you have to have self control and discipline…It's one thing to get it, but it's another to maintain that success.” - Davin ---------- Spend some time with our guest, Davin Jackson (DJax Alpha/Alpha Cyber Security) on his website, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and weekly on the Hacker Valley Blue podcast. Follow Ron Eddings on Twitter and LinkedIn Catch up with Chris Cochan on Twitter and LinkedIn Keep up with Hacker Valley on our website, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter.

    The Whole Word Podcast
    [Summer Recording Break: Re-Broadcast] Luke 20 - Are There Any Marriages in Heaven?

    The Whole Word Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 12:59


    Summer Recording Break (Re-Broadcast)Luke 20The Authority of Jesus Questioned (v 1-8)The Parable of the Tenants (v 9-19)Paying Taxes to Caesar (v 20-26)The Resurrection and Marriage (v 27-40)Whose Son Is the Messiah? (v 41-44)Warning Against the Teachers of the Law (v 45-47)**********Scriptures taken from the Holy Bible, New International Version ®, NIV ® Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc. Used with permission. All rights reserved worldwide.The “NIV”, “New International Version”, “Biblica”, “International Bible Society” and the Biblica Logo are trademarks registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office by Biblica, Inc.  Used with permission.BIBLICA, THE INTERNATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY, provides God's Word to people through Bible translation & Bible publishing, and Bible engagement in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. Through its worldwide reach, Biblica engages people with God's Word so that their lives are transformed through a relationship with Jesus Christ.Support the show

    Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning
    Kagro in the Morning - August 4, 2022

    Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 116:03


    David Waldman and Greg Dworkin, as usual, bring you the latest at the earliest: This week, voters went to the polls in historic numbers in Kansas, flabbergasting the GQP, and even inching Nate Silver a bit towards reality. Samuel Alito skulks off somewhere to beat his gavel. Michigan's fourth-place Guber-candidate Ryan Kelly suspects that something illicit happened in his election. Arizona's Kari Lake also detected fraud in her election but was unable to get a bead on it by morning. In Michigan, Peter Meijer, one of the 10 Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump, found himself primaried into the cornfield.  Is it Democrat's fault that we can't have nice Republicans? Or could it be that Republicans went to the polls and then voted for the Republicans they wanted? Apparently, voters do get who they vote for… or keep voting for. The primaries move to Tennessee today, but many fear being seen at the polls. One in five Black adults in Tennessee are barred from voting. Pamela Moses asked if she could vote, was told she could, and when she did was given a 6-year prison sentence. Fake electors are about a lot more than their fake electing, and the DOJ is following the rot to right up to their heads. It turns out that Homeland Security watchdog Joseph Cuffari was into violating ethics before his present job, which seems to be all about violating ethics. Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins have joined Kyrsten Sinema and Tim Kaine for a bipartisan bill to codify Roe v. Wade. How they hope to accomplish this is nuanced, complex, and thus up David's KITM alley. How does Krysten Sinema do it? Teachers — distrusted, demoralized, defunded, and generally shat upon by conservatives for decades — are quitting their jobs for some reason.

    Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva
    8 - 4-22 PARENTS (AND KELLY) STALKING TEACHERS

    Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 4:44


    8 - 4-22 PARENTS (AND KELLY) STALKING TEACHERS by Maine's Coast 93.1

    The Grappling Discourse
    Students, Teachers, and Athletes

    The Grappling Discourse

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 13:44


    In this episode I talk about how you to be the best student teacher and athlete.

    Trending In Education
    Best of Trending in Ed - Dr. Rich Milner on Opportunity Gaps, Race, Grace, and Developing Teachers

    Trending In Education

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 39:24


    As we continue our Best of Trending in Ed series through the summer, in this edition we're featuring our most downloaded episode ever where Dr. Rich Milner joins host Mike Palmer in the Summer of 2020 to talk about his book, Start Where You Are But Don't Stay There: Understanding Diversity, Opportunity Gaps, and Teaching in Today's Classrooms for which the 2nd edition had just been published. Rich is a Professor of Education at Vanderbilt University where he focuses on Teacher Education with special attention to issues of racial equity. We explore Rich's thinking about issues of diversity, opportunity gaps, and the mindsets that must be overcome to effectively engage diverse students and classrooms. While many of the themes are enormously relevant to this day, several warranted further discussion in light of the Black Lives Matter Movement and the COVID-19 pandemic which were roiling in the Summer of 2020 when this episode was recorded. We explore much of this in a riveting conversation with Rich that you won't want to miss. Rich is a leading thinker on teacher education and diversity and we very much appreciate getting time with him on for this episode. Here's to having him back to continue the conversation in the future! Subscribe to Trending in Education wherever you get your podcasts. Visit us at TrendinginEd.com for more sharp takes on the future of education.

    The CEO Teacher Podcast
    Ways to Simplify Course Creation for Busy Teachers with Amy Porterfield

    The CEO Teacher Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 43:56 Very Popular


    How to build a course with Amy Porterfield Never in my wildest dreams did I think that I would have Amy Porterfield on The CEO Teacher© Podcast. When I was still in the classroom and I first started listening to podcasts, Amy was – and, let's be honest, remains – the number one person I would go to each week. Not only did her podcast introduce me to the world of course creation online, Amy also showed me how to create more freedom in my life and how to live a life I loved. She showed me the possibility for a life that was bigger than I'd ever imagined. Little did I know then that as I was walking towards course creation, Amy Porterfield was walking toward being a guest on today's show. I get chills just saying her name. Friends, this is an amazing conversation that'll get you ready to create your own courses. Amy is so much more than the Amy Porterfield podcast or the Amy Porterfield of courses. Online course creation made easy with Amy Porterfield I'm sure that most of you listening will have heard the name Amy Porterfield before, but for those who haven't, Amy Porterfield is an ex–corporate girl turned online marketing expert and CEO of a multimillion-dollar business. During her corporate days, Amy worked with mega-brands like Harley-Davidson, as well as Peak Performance Coach, Tony Robbins. After one fateful boardroom meeting and witnessing the lifestyle, financial, and work freedom an online business has to offer, Amy developed her nine-to-five exit plan and never looked back. Through her best-selling courses, her last May Porterfield Digital Course Academy, and her top-ranked marketing podcast, Online Marketing Made Easy, Amy has helped hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs turn in their two weeks' notice and trade burnout for freedom, income, and impact. Amy's action-by-action teaching style provides aspiring business owners with the tools they need to bypass the overwhelm and build a business they love. So friends, if you're ready to feel empowered, if you're ready to take your future into your own hands and find professional autonomy, independence, achievement, and success far beyond what a classroom ceiling would traditionally allow, get started with my guest, Amy Porterfield, when you press play on today's episode… In this episode, you will learn: How to build a course with what you already have and know Why Amy Porterfield is so good at webinars (and how you can learn to do the same) How to build traction through course creation online What the most important trait you need as an entrepreneur is Three different types of online courses and how you can begin to create your own courses for your business Links Mentioned in this Episode about Amy Porterfield and course creation:  Enjoy these top 5 audience-favorite Online Marketing Made Easy episodes Tony Robbins Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru Lewis Howes BlogWorld Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield Entrepreneurs on Fire with John Lee Dumas Stu McLaren Jenna Kutcher The Gap and the Gain by Dan Sullivan Buckminster Fuller Britt Seva Jasmine Star CEO TEACHER® RESOURCES WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD:  What's your CEO Teacher® Type? Find out here! Download my free book, A Teacher's Map of Online Business Secrets, and get started growing your business today! Check out my CEO Teacher® Book Recommendations here! JOIN OUR CEO TEACHER® PODCAST COMMUNITY TO GROW WITH LIKE-MINDED TEACHERS: Send me a DM on Instagram– I love chatting with my people, so send me your favorite Amy Porterfield lessons… ENJOYING THE PODCAST? THANKS FOR TUNING IN! Tag me @theceoteacher on Instagram and tell me what you are listening to! I love seeing what resonates most with our listeners!  I don't want you to miss a thing! Be the first to know when a new episode is available by subscribing on iTunes here! If you would like to support The CEO Teacher® podcast, it would mean so much to me if you would leave a review on iTunes. By leaving a review, you are helping fellow CEO teachers find this podcast and start building a life they love.  To leave a review on iTunes, click HERE and scroll down to Ratings and Reviews. Click “Write a Review” and share with me how this podcast is changing your business and your life! READY FOR MORE? I LIKE YOUR STYLE! LISTEN TO THESE CEO TEACHER® PODCAST EPISODES NEXT! Social Media Ideas to Kickstart Your Business this School Year 5 Ways to Make Quick Money During Back to School Season Why Teachers are Guilt Prone and What to Do About It