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Special Education and Parent Communication
"My name is nadia domestic level. And i am a reporter for a surge which is a nonprofit museum back covers how education is changing and one of the things that's changing education is how widely used knowledge I don't think i have to go too much into that. I think anyone familiar. Resume living under a rock For the past sixteen or so months As seen the role technologies had in the way educations changing but that was a forced kind of change And as we begin to move into a reopen world there are lessons. People are gonna take from this time especially when it comes to technology now earlier. This month You wrote a piece for surge. Wanna make sure title right Technology made special education errands better advocates during the pandemic interesting headline And so give us the the basics on this what What were the changes happening for parents. Who special ed students that you saw when you started ordered story well previously For ed surge back in the fall. I reported Related story on how covid nineteen was impacting students with visual impairments and the challenges that they were having accessing education band accommodation and so one of the things that are researcher. I spoke to for that story. From the c- the american foundation for the blind told me that Because students were learning from home the parents began to have a much bigger role just in their kind of day to day Learning the day to day activities that had to be there to offer support
After Enrollment Dips, US Public Schools Hope for Fall Rebound
"Public school districts that lost enrollment during the pandemic are looking to the fall to see how many family stick with the education choices they made over the last year enrollment in public preschool to twelfth grade dropped by two point six percent across forty one states last fall an analysis by Chalkbeat and the Associated Press found that enrollment declines very by students race and ethnicity more than four percent among white students and one point five percent among Hispanic students sustained drops in enrollment could ship the demographics of America's public schools if enrollment doesn't recover public schools that lose students could eventually see funding cuts researchers are tracking demographics to see who returns and in Roman ships will carry longer term implications I'm Jennifer king
Be Honest, What Limiting Beliefs Do You Have About Yourself?
"Three to one. And we're back. We've got a really cool topic. And this is something julian. I've been tossing back and forth a couple of weeks. And i'll tell you where the idea of. It's probably going to be in two or three podcasts. Little mini series where this came from is that sometimes You have these limiting beliefs about yourself and your potential and your life and your relationships and finances and help. They go and check in your mind for long periods of time to the point where these thoughts become innate and other words because they're unchecked you actually think subconsciously almost it becomes part of your your heart your hard core hard rooted software about what you think about life and i on a call with actually a listener and the listener was I think in their sixties early sixties and they were not where they wanted to be in these thoughts together sort of randomly. Because i have so many calls. But this is the essence of what i remember was they were having these limiting beliefs about their potential for financial freedom because of their age and this person remember correctly like i said early sixties and as i was talking to them trying to root out why they believed that they can't create some financial security for themselves because they're basically quiet despair about the idea that they would never be able to remove financial burdens from their back this person in particular of course this relates to a lot of people right and so i was joined down and the essence of their belief about why they wouldn't be able to achieve financial security let alone independence. Finally be free was because they think they thought that their health was fragile. And which i thought was interesting and so again as a good coach will do the. I question them about that. Ask them. it's possible right. This person could fragile health. This person could have a lot of extremists health issues. And so i i asked them about this particular issue or any issues that they might have turned out. The head nun.
Shima Baradaran Baughman of the University of Utah on the Police Myth
"The movement for black lives as forces societal reckoning about the relationship between police and disaffected communities and has given tracks into removing police funding nationwide. The literature is focused on critiquing the mistrust of police among communities of color due to abuse and marginalization with remedies including police training to encourage treating people with dignity policing literature fails to fully address a core 'cause police mistrust for people of color in the poor to address. The symptoms of policing failure requires consideration of the purpose of function police. Indeed a core problem is a misunderstanding of policing. That i call the police. The police myth is a twofold belief that our primary function of police crime control and that police all crimes. Regularity reliance on the police. Smith may provide societal comfort but as made it difficult to address basic policing failure without understanding. What police actually do and their relationship with crime is impossible to reimagine policing the police crime in large part contribute to the distrust between police and community color creating a cycle where people refused to report to police and police fail to solve crimes. American policing costs hundred fifteen billion per year. It is worth evaluating. This number in terms of the public service received as solving serious crimes only constitutes a tiny fraction of police function. my research demonstrates that police only solve serious felony crimes about twenty percent of the time while the police defunding movement is gaining support. Critics claim that is highly impractical and that reducing policing would increase crime but if police are neither allocating a large portion of their time to addressing crime nor solving most major crimes would defunding police actually increase crime. If this is the moment to consider police reform a meaningful dismantling of the police myth could be part of the solution
What Human Medicine Can Learn From Fish Eyes
"My research focuses. On the zebra fish i specifically on how the retina develops and how it generates. The retina is the nervous system. Tissue at the back of your eye the detects light and transmits information to your brain to form an image. I look at retinal regeneration. By exposing fish to bright light that kills the neurons in there is that detect light. The cells are called photo receptors. This is the equivalent of staring at the sun which you should never do. Many people have heard of neurons but there are other critical cells in your nervous system called graphic which protected neurons the wheel cells in the fish. I respond to the damage from the light. Behave like stem cells and are able to regenerate the destroyed photoreceptors to restore vision for the fish. Humans have the same deal cells in our nervous system but in response to damage. They do not act like stem cells in usually make scar which i can lead to blindness. That's why you shouldn't stare at the sun. You can't regenerate photoreceptors if they're destroyed like fish ken. I'm particularly interested in the role of conserved molecular pathways and regulating the proliferation of cells during regeneration. One of many ways cells talk to each other officials. I during regeneration is called. Tgif beta signaling. Tgif beta is message sent by one cell that can be received by a neighboring cell in the nervous system. If there's too much of this tgif beta conversation happening you get less regeneration. My team is looking further into whether the pathway regulates the wheel self or the daughter cells it makes response to the late injury to the fish. I the hope is that. As we study how tgif beta signaling and other molecular pathways regulate retina regeneration and fish that this information can be used to inform. Medical discovery aimed at promoting regeneration in the human eye and nervous system.
Reflective Questions to Close the School Year Strong
"The school year is coming to an end. And you're ready for your summer break but before you rush out the school doors. There are some key questions to ask yourself so that you can end the school year strong. Stay tuned for the rest of this episode. Here the questions you need to ask yourself and we're going to get right into it before. Don't forget to check out. The teachers impact up net website. Out really appreciate it. Go to find out more about teachers impact and you can read the blog. Post dot corresponds to this podcast. Let's get started. The first question you need to ask yourself is what goals did i me. Not me or almost meet. Taking a look. Actua- goals at the end of the year will help you to plan for the next school year. Even though it's a few months away and all you're thinking about is enjoying your summer. You didn't make old think about the different areas in your teaching such as parental parental engagement instruction curriculum classroom organization and so forth. Did you meet your goals in those areas and the reason why we need to ask yourself. This question is because we need to a flight and we need to see okay. If i did not meet my goal. Why didn't why did it not meet my goal. If i didn't meet my. Why did i meet michael. And if i almost went my goal why did i almost meet my goal. What happened. And what are some things that i can do to make sure that i meet my goal. If i didn't meet or almost met those goals the second question to ask yourself is what were while this school year. I know the school year was a lot for teachers but we need to think about what worked. Well so that for the next school year we can use those things that worked while again
Interview With David Smith, Chief Technology Officer
"David welcome. Hi david oh me on the show. Monday and it's already seventy reporter back and forth as a new seatbelt on pulling it on rave for cooking. Great that's so great will welcome and i. There's so much that we're going to cover obviously with your position in what you're doing a we have been talking about that as we started. Risky business And you your title chief. Technology officer keeps coming up. And i didn't even know that that that position existed and clearly. This is something now districts everywhere have you and probably have many To deal with this New life that we have of kids using technology so cher cher little bit how high got started. And and what your what your connection is with tustin and and you've got a very busy office. It looks incredible Let me just say this. Your first show You talked about Bless you thirty years of industry and staff either years news industry in a gun sight because that's mine member which means on talking to grow shorts which is really nice right. We all started when we were ten right enter. It was a little different for that for me. But i'll speak for myself by i've been in. It all of my life from the astara and seventy seven with a field trip to hide the nfl him with technology I spent the first twenty years of my career in the private sector Just enjoying my. For conform number large companies on the structure departments everything from finance vacuums. You support is designed applications support and design and everything i worked for some video game companies coming up which may need king on the rotten's for as my kids are
Joshua H. Adams, SUNY Oswego Disaster-Themed Media
"Minute joshua h adams professor of film digital film production explains why we investigated correlations between disaster themed media and real world events in the mid nineties. America was hit by a significant increase in natural disasters. Hurricanes floods blizzards tornadoes etc. Hollywood responded by producing a plethora of disaster themed films including twister independence day. Volcano titanic dante's peak. The top ten of these disaster films made over one point nine billion dollars at the box office accounting. For over ten percent of hollywood's total income from the thousands of films made over this period. There's no doubt that during times of turmoil national stress disaster theme to media thrives over the summer of two thousand twenty we conducted a piece of research examining the films and video games consumed by the general population during the global covid nineteen pandemic. We collected information on viewing habits from over three hundred participants statistically analyzed and correlated this with data on the participant's personal circumstances. We found that. Over the past year there has been a significant increase in the consumption of disaster themed media in particular media relating to pandemics disease related movies such as contagion. Pandemic outbreak were popular. Perhaps watching these disaster movies helped people to deal with the everyday anxieties caused by the pandemic and speaks to a process needed to take back
We Made It! End of Year Reflections
"Can you share your teacher. Johnny with us. I just wanna say what an ultimate honor it is to be here. I have loved your podcast. And i'm just so thrilled to be in conversation with you. So i was a newspaper reporter before i was a teacher. I was a reporter for the star ledger. Newspaper in newark new jersey It was a beat reporter. And i did a fair amount of reporting out of iran as well for an everyday life series but then i am feeling that i was unable to kind of make change. I felt like. I was just reporting what i what i was seeing as a witness and less of a change maker and so i did new york city teaching fellows and a moved into teaching that way i taught at a brooklyn school in the middle grades i was at a. Tc school so I had some great stuff development before moving to illinois where it was also classroom teacher literacy coach then. I became a literacy coach in lot of different schools. So now. I'm all over the city in catholic schools in chicago public schools in the south side and also in the affluent suburbs. So that is kind of an interesting wide variety of Student needs All kids need the same thing which is to be like centered. Seen heard definitely do you. Do you see any of the skills that you had attained from your former career. Carry over our help you into the teaching feel. Oh my gosh. Every day. I thank i couldn't believe at the time that i was being paid to just tell people's stories and to just ask them questions and to just report kind of link there truths and i feel that that is what teaching is feel the social the social emotional piece of it more than i feel that education sometimes because I just really firmly believe that the kids are our curriculum.
Teaching Tips for the Key Stage 2 Classroom
"This morning. I am really excited to welcome to the podcast. Sophie bartlett sofi is a year five six primary teacher. She's the english and curriculum needs for school. She's over the twenty seven thousand followers on twitter which gives a quite a lot of clout in the world of social media. And how does this. She came up with the hashtag. Teach like a champion champion bit of a play on a championship. We love that. We're gonna have to hear about that safety. Welcome to the podcast. Hello hi night. Thank you for having me. We so you can be with this. 'cause you're busy busy planning a wedding. Yeah we're trying to the bed time especially at my last year. That third time lucky last time lucky not going to be sunny and birds are going to say absolutely on our wedding day last year. It cold with rains that maybe it was a good thing. Get married las really. The gods shining dance to we just talked about teach champion. Just tell us a bit about that to kick yourself. I think from being on on twitter so long you so i found that it was really helpful but it also made me really anxious about teaching because i felt like everyone was always touching the best stuff in it. Made me feel like. I didn't teach not do that. And it just made me panicked. So i risk thought tweeting. Some of silly things happen only embarrassing. Things will the things a role and that she bit more traction easy for me that the united really good lessons what my friends suggested. Why don't we give it the hash. I teach trump Trying to find one and then people just started joining in is a really good way. Also just a bit of a dose of reality. Everyone has rubbish rubbish days. And it's nice to know that other people are doing the same things as you and it just feels like a big old saw from twitter. Sometimes you know what if you had a rubbish you go to each other and it was just a little bit of light relief. Basically
What Do We Know About Lockdown Drills?
"Mass shootings in schools have led to a number of different policies practices and products being introduced into our nation's educational settings to help save lives in the event of another tragedy. This includes lockdown drills. Which are currently used in approximately ninety five percent of us schools news stories of drills gone wrong including teachers being shot with pellet guns and students exposed to the sounds of simulated gunfire and bloodied crisis. Actors have led to a number of calls to end these practices in schools most of the claims surrounding these practices however are not based in evidence. My research team. And i wanted to understand the impact of lockdown drills on the people who participate in them over the course of an academic school year. We worked within. New york's fifth largest school district in ministering surveys conducting lockdown drills and providing emergency preparedness training with more than twenty one thousand students and forty three hundred educators and community partners. Our research found that continued. Participation helps to build muscle memory. This helps the body be able to perform steps as trained even when cognitive functioning may be impaired by stress or some other factor more practice more steps were being conducted correctly. We also found that introducing training into the process helped improve feelings of preparedness because people knew not only what they needed to do. But why it was important. Perceptions of school safety did decrease over the course of the project but research shows that people are motivated to engage in protective behaviors. When they believe they or others are at harm taken together. Our research shows that lockdown drills one conducted in accordance with best practices are important tools for schools to be prepared for the very worst day at any other emergency. They may
A highlight from How To Prepare For Your First Teaching Job
"Theme for the school year. But i would save that for the last. I want you to follow these steps to be sure that you're ready for the school year ahead once you receive the keys for your classroom. Stay tuned. Because i'm going to be giving you some great tips on how to be ready for your first teaching job. The first tip is to make sure that you clean and organiz your classroom if you've gotten the key when you open the door depending on the pre previous teacher that was in there. There's probably a lot of stuff especially if that teacher has been there for a long time. I would go through and see what materials i could possibly use for the upcoming school year. What manipulatives there are what books notebooks for caved. What i know that you could use for the school year coming ahead and that's kind of hard to know if you're a new teacher but just use your best judgment to see pencils crayons of you know the basic things that you're going to run out of in the middle of the school year so go through and see what it is that you can use what it is that you're going to need and the other thing i wanted to do is to store and organiz books. Classroom does going to be an easy way for the kids in your classroom to access and once you'll do this you'll see what you need to purchase so you can also you can start your the genre or you can sort your books by a leveling system. Just an example. Now that you have to use those but go through your lobby book. See what you have a see what you may be missing. You need to add because that's going to be important throughout the school year because you're not gonna have the time once. The caves are there to do this. And this is gonna take a lot of time after you do this. What i want you to do is to draw a rough sketch of how you like your classroom to be setup so not thinking about the kids desk or the children are going to say but think about where you're going to do your whole group where you're going to do your small group where you're going to have your centers where you're going to have your library and so forth so this is just a basically out of the room where you can sketch and see where you want things to be located and i want you to think of this. From the perspective of the students. The students walk into the classroom. How were they. How is it going to flow. Are they going to access materials and how. Things are going to be organized in the classroom. And i do want to point out. That's galactic has a free resource where you can play with classroom setups online. To see how how you can or how you can set up your classroom and another book. That i think is great for. This is the organized teacher. You can check out the link in the description box. The second thing i want you to do is to become familiar with the curriculum and i cannot stress enough the importance of this. You can't talk to your principal and see if you can get logging access to the school's curriculum and a pacing guides. Look through the unit. Find out your focus areas for your grade level if you need to read the books if you're working with all the grades grades also so get yourself familiar with the curriculum because that's where you're going to become familiar with the curriculum. Because that's where your lesson plans are going to be coming from so you need to know you need to have an idea. What do the units look like again. What your focus areas are gonna be. What are some activities that they have that you can use us. Rt within the curriculum. So that you don't have to go and purchase things and constantly search online for things. If you're familiar with the curriculum is gonna make you year ago so much easier so this is another thing that i suggest. If it's something that you can do it will definitely save you a lot of time during the school year. The third thing. I want you to do is to come up with a classroom management plan. I talked about this in previous episodes where having a classroom plant is going to save. You time. it's going to save you tears and going to make your year run smoother so you can also check out my free classroom management template letter to help you get started and you can also check out. Harry wong's book. The first day of school is another resource to hope you. It is a great book to help you get started in terms of classroom management. Will you need to know how you need to set everything up and you can see the link and a description box of four that so make sure you come with the classroom management plan before you think about a lot of other things. The four the thing that you need to do is to set up your digital teaching portfolio so that you can add artifacts as you teach throughout the year so once you have it set up you can just add things throughout the year and that's going to save you a lot of time once. The portfolio is set up collecting artifacts. Become so much easier because just the raw everyday teaching. You'll be able to collect artifacts whether that student work whether this picture that you take of your room artifacts can be anything as long as you have evidence and it's connected to the common core standards so make sure you set up your digital teaching portfolio from the beginning of the year. After you've set up your classroom along with this you can set up the kids a portfolio. Just have it set up. You don't have to have everything in it but once you get those student names setting up their portfolios in the beginning can be such a big help. That's just a caveat and a bonus tip the bonus tube is to pace yourself. I am guilty of this. I want to get done in a day. I have to remember that. Rome is not built in a day and a half the take one day at a time. Your classroom is going to be built up year after year as you collect things as you purchase more things with your teacher fund. So it's going take time so definitely pace yourself and this brings us to the end of the episode. I hope all of these tips help you. Actually i know that they'll help you. Because these are the things that i'm doing and i have done in the past some key. Takeaways from this episode are two one become familiar with your curriculum to clean an organizer classroom. Three create your classroom management plan and four set up your digital teaching portfolio bonus tip. You can tell the kids per folios and also to pace yourself. Don't forget to check out the website teachers impact dot net if you found this content helpful please share favourite and rate on your favorite podcast app onto new pod casting platforms like gsa van and ghana. So if you're on there and if you listen to our episodes thank you so much and when you subscribing when you share it hopes to show to grow reach more teachers and have an impact on student learning and i forgot to mention that we're up on. This is the fortieth episode. We have ten more episodes until the fiftieth episode. I'm still thankful it's been a journey and listened favorite shirt subscribe. Thank you so much. I'll have to think of something for the fiftieth episode. But you can email me at teachers. Impact education at gmail.com or on twitter at shannon murray. Oh happy
A highlight from Your Make Money Now - 5 Day Challenge Has Arrived!
"Three to what and we're back to late. Welcome to the podcast. Is june the twenty first. We had some really good reporting numbers. Podcast continues to pick up audience. It's always exciting to see. All the different states in the different countries. Were picking up listeners. And thank you as well for continuing to make our book. Harris rules a bestseller on amazon. It's got almost five hundred five star reviews but of course. Our book is available everywhere. We've seen it for sale at bookstores. Barnes and noble bookstores in airports and the whole nine yards. So we sincerely appreciate your continued support and we love the fact that you guys are appreciative of what we do and this is really our mission. Our mission is to be of service to all of you and in doing. So we're going to continue to Give you the straight scoop. The no bs content that we know is gonna get you into the faster with the least amount hassle and along those lines julie. We received a really great. I would call this more of a letter if you don't mind reading it now. This is from Mike who is an ex agent. And i asked him permission to use this in his response was funny said. I don't know why doesn't everybody think this way. Well they do. But mike i know your daily listener. And here's the reason why we're sharing this. Because it was very nice and a lot of people do say nice things. The very few people take the time to actually write things down to show appreciation. We sincerely appreciate that. Just like all of you would when someone takes the time to write you a notice. Well so mike we do appreciate this and all the rest of you to what the heck you waiting for from mike in. I believe idaho. Tim listening to your podcasts. From friday my fears are hilarious. People's fears are hilarious. They're real but hilarious as you know. I'm a new realtor just a few months. Now into the game. I've already closed onto properties and listing my third in just a few days. I'm working multiple listings. I should see results results later this year. All from going out and having real conversations. I have a fulltime job on the side and three kids under seven of which we home school. Because mike's not busy enough. One of our best actions i took early on was joining your coaching. I pay one hundred dollars a month for your coaching. And i've made enough already to pay for your coaching for the next four years l. To think i was scared to make that decision early on ridiculous also as an agent finally starting to contact multiple agents today. I don't know some of these are cold calls. But i use scripts sending them to my libertas website. My goal is to bring forty agents this year. And i'll keep you posted. Very grateful for you and julia. You have completely changed the course of my family's life just a few months ago. I thought i'd close just two or three homes a year and that's completely transformed into something that will become not just passive income. But because i can will this to my kids what. I call legacy income from mike in so thanks again for sharing that there is a lot in just a couple of paragraphs i was thinking. He's probably for the first time in his life. Beginning to understand the significance of creating passive income. Yes and addictive and duplicate -able exactly and he's up in his coaching client right out of the gates with real estate license and he'll always now he'll no matter who he is runs across he's never going to be bamboozled into buying. Any sort of gimmicks are shiny objects. Because he's going to be smart enough to always run things through the prophet filter and he started out of the gates as a listing agent. Yeah exactly. I mean this is kind of funny too so we often say obviously. Coaching clients have all different experience levels in ages and all the other differences that make all this unique but it is fascinating to me how easy it is for a new agent to lock into our system quickly and how much the agents had been in the business forever struggle and the reason they struggle often times not always but oftentimes. Well let me counter. What i just said. We have people that will come to us. That were that age that are agents that have been in the industry for a long time. Who know what we're saying is true. Because they've tried everything else and now they're basically coming back around to the fact they need to be proactively generators and be prophet. Essentially their product is profit so those agents are fantastic. They truly understand the importance of what we're teaching new ages though. Oftentimes the smart ones truthfully won't waste their time trying to learn what they shouldn't do. They'll just skip right to the headline it do what they should have with the more seasoned agents that have basically decided to get into the boxing match times so it is fascinating though you know the learning curves of some agents. I don't know what. I can't really attribute to anything other than it's ego because if you've been in the business a long time and you have invested a lot in longtime in real estate could even be five years and invested a lot of time into things and money into things with the hopes and building your brand your logo your website and all these other types of things you guys spend money and time on doing your videos and all the rest of it and it's almost impossible for your ego to win admit that maybe just followed the wrong path and by wrong path. I mean the path is not going to get you to transacting houses. That's gonna result and you having a profit now. I wanna be clear you guys buy leads and pay referral fees until the cows. Come home and a lot of you do. And then you equate success. With the number of units you sold now that the amount of profit you make. Julie are very particular about what we teach all of you because at the end of the day all the plaques awards all the recognition all the trophies all the the adulation from strangers that your ego tells you it needs in other words. You're choosing to be famous more than you're choosing to be rich all of that stuff. The older you get the less at matters to the point where you'll resent the old version of you for having actually tastes that. Rabbit opposed to focusing on of service other people building wealth. Does that make sense so coaching. so maybe what. I mentioned that. Ray guy so just hop on over to
A highlight from More Slide Tricks | Effective Teaching Presentations | TAPP 95
"The essayist and unitarian minister ralph waldo. Emerson once wrote. The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful to be honorable to be compassionate to have it. Make some difference that you have lived and lived to well welcome to the amp professor a few minutes to focus on teaching human anatomy and physiology with a veteran educator and teaching mentor. your host. Heaven passed in this episode. I discuss a whole bag of tricks to make our teaching slides way more effective. I got to tell you about this episode that you're gonna find to be totally believable. And that is. I had some notes about using teaching slides. More slide tricks right. And when i looked at those notes i thought you know what a few notes here. This isn't gonna take long. This is going to be a short episode. And how man i got talking about it and i kept thinking of other things and so on because i teach people how to use slides all the time and use slides all the time and i'm always learning more about slides looking for more information about slide in what i just ended up with this like really law really really long segment on slides. So i'm going to do something that i've done in a while. And that is split up into two episodes so the first part of it is in this episode and you can look forward to more slide tricks in the following episode that is episode ninety six which will be released in about two weeks. Only hey before we jump into today's topic. I'm gonna take a brief moment to talk about this. Podcast like a lot of projects that we all start. It often seems like it. Take a lot less time and effort than it really ends up taking once we get it up and running down the road a and well like many of you. I have a lot of other projects in job responsibilities and family stuff to attend to as well and well. It's gotten to the point where i could really use some more help. So i'm asking you. Will you help me. You may be wondering how you can be of help. Well here's an example. I was having this very same conversation with our friend. Kristen polski last year and she offered to help me. By doing those wonderful journal club episodes. I'm grateful that by taking responsibility for the content of a handful of episodes. My load is significantly lighter. She did this for us. While also attending to her own job responsibilities including the pandemic that we all cope with and move to a new college and move of her family to a new home in a new
A highlight from A Clean Slate, Fresh Start, or New day can Make All the Difference [Podcast]
"Two of our podcast. We are going to go into a lot of different areas of your life. We will focus on new beginnings new day. Fresh start all those things that make change possible when we get stuck in a habit or in a mental model. That really isn't working for us anymore. We don't think we can change. Or maybe we think our circumstance is stuck. We can't get out of that job. We don't wanna working anymore or we wanna change a relationship and the other person just won't change or maybe we want to change ourselves. Maybe we'd like to lose a little bit of weight. Get in better shape eat healthy sleep more whatever it is when we have a fresh start a new day and a beginner's mind set. We can do anything. We can make the kind of changes that are real and tangible and relevant right now in our lives and that impact our relationships our work and our world around us in season two of the mind set for life. Podcast we will talk about all those things that will help you to have influence to be confident and to move forward in those ways that you're hoping to do most of the people that i work with and my audience for this podcast as well are people leaders. Perhaps they are educators. They might be professional or life. Coaches may also might be middle managers or leaders. What my listeners in common is they all want to be a little bit better every day. We want to make those changes that keep life moving ahead and help us say positive and excited about where we're going. We wanna make a difference in the world and with the people around us in this podcast. I share a lot of ideas and insights as well as some tools. That might help you make those changes or influence others for the changes that you believe might be necessary. You can maximize your impact as a leader by building the influence you need and having the confidence you really want and the balance you deserve now as you think about the strategies the mindsets the approaches that you need to really dial up your focus your confidence and your effectiveness. Some of the benefits that come to you are that you could have a positive sense of wellbeing. Wellbeing is also known as life satisfaction or happiness. You might even have some reduced job-related frustration. How many times have you felt frustrated about something in your job. Maybe it's the schedule or the workload or just the people you work around. Whatever it is. We can reduce that frustration. When we take control of those things we can control. You might have a sense of renewed purpose in life or work or both and greater fulfilment along the way. I hope you'll join me for all of season. Two of the mind set for life podcast and definitely share it with a friend. Were all on this path to being a better version of ourselves and making a difference in the world around us soon. Join me for the journey. I look forward to working with you in season. Two of mind set for life. Wake up yesterday
A highlight from EPISODE 13: Shifting Business Priorities
"Welcome to risky business. I'm cathy keeler. And and i'm blessed landon and we are the coverage queens as we are welcome to our show our podcast and our excited about this episode. We have a really amazing women that we're going to be speaking to. Who has her own company and just amazing. Just wait. you'll you'll hear super excited because it fits into what we're talking about with changes in our lives because of a pandemic but also you know what we've had to learn about different ways of where we go to protect ourselves in this situation but also you know she'll start with her story of what she has been doing so well what she was doing and she had to pivot to do something else and then she'll go back to doing what she's doing before it's just She she's really an amazing women very dynamic and high energy and You'll see you'll see so we went. We were talking in. our last. Couple of shows are States all weekend. And i was going to say. I'm not going to be able to do sales this weekend. Got a tabby outta town. But i am going to do a sale. Where i'm going is what is also really cool about you know. We're talking about tackle. The time is that my app will tell me where there's a state sales in other cities ferry fun so i will just be you sad that i'm not with you tagging along these checking out the carpet exactly anyway all right well. Let's introduce guests. Robin shaw who's from upstaging is with us. She'll be joining us To tell us about her journey and her story about what she's done with her company and and what she's doing now so robin welcome. Hi robyn hello and thank you for having me on your podcast. I'm excited and I look forward to all your questions. We're excited to have you and from bliss. Telling me about a little bit about what you were doing. What you. I assume it are kind of gearing up to do again but share up staging. What what what's that all about okay. Upstaging is one of the top touring production companies in the world actually We do stage lighting and transportation video and set design for major touring clients clients such as paul mccartney rolling stones of billie eilish. Kenny chesney There's the foo fighters. So yeah we don't necessarily do everything for every client. Sometimes we do. Our biggest portion is doing trucking because we have the capacity to do more bands with that. And then sometimes we'll do trucking an lighting. Usually we do them both together. What does that mean. Trucking would trucking means okay transportation. When you know the eighteen wheelers the big trucks you see driving all over the road Say somebody like Taylor swift made fifty trucks. And wherever she goes we're transporting oliver equipment everything from her rigging and lighting and set in sound and video in wardrobe in the truck. So if you go and pick up the items that she's going to need for her show and you deliver 'em okay right correct. Well it's it's more than just deliver on them. It's it's going from one show to the next so if you go. Let's say rolling stones show and what you see. Let's say what you see in los angeles at the stadium. All of that takes about three or four days to put up in about a day anecdotes and the trucks. And then you're right. It'll be starting to do oakland coliseum or go to another city so everything that you're seeing pretty much in what in los angeles will be done in another city truck drivers lead truck drivers because as you can imagine the logistics of doing that in time is difficult so You know we've run roughly around three hundred trucks. It's a fabulous position. If there's no this is mostly women in women truck. Drivers are great. So it's just a different type of position for them so that's our transportation when i say transportation. That's what i mean. I could say trucking but transportation seems to be a. What kind of lead time is that. I would imagine you know the lead time that you need. I mean concerts are set up years in advance in are you. Are you doing that now for hopefully the twenty point. That's exactly right in fact it's been it. I've been on more meetings.
A highlight from Amy Barlow, Rhode Island College Student Power and Meaning-Making in Library Collections
"Oh rhode island college week. How much do you use the library for your studies. I'm dr in kerala. President of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute amy barlow associate professor and librarian examines how to get students back into the stacks in our current moment of online learning the academic library and its vast onsite. Collections may seem unnecessary or worse irrelevant. Even before the pandemic students gravitated to online resources but in many fields of study a singular reliance on digital sources as limiting. That's because one. There is an unquantifiable amount of material. Which has never been digitized to lots of digital content is locked behind pay walls and three there are studies indicating that interaction with tangible material has positive implications for memory and learning. It's this third argument for on site collections. That holds real interest for me. I teach a first year seminar that puts library at the center of teaching and learning students. In the course examined and conduct original research on an array of materials including archives artifacts these books and art objects to develop fresh perspectives for public exhibition on campus and online in the process students gained critical academic skills while at the same time taking ownership making new meaning and redefining value for our library collections. After years of working with digital sources students are intrigued and excited by an opportunity for hands on study. They report that they enjoy using the library as a classroom. Interpreting the history and current relevance of our collections and sharing that knowledge with the academic community. This is for sure an unusual class and my appointment as a member of the library. Faculty makes it possible. However i encourage faculty across the disciplines to collaborate with their subject librarians to find creative ways to integrate the libraries incredible material resources into their courses. That was amy barlow of rhode island. College you can find this other segments and more information about the professors at academic minute dot. Org production support for the academic. Minute comes from a and you advancing liberal learning and research for the public good.
A highlight from #EdTech To Explore This Summer - HoET181
"We've got a lot to do today. And i'll be honest. We gotta get sorta right into it. But before i get into the tech thought and the featured content. I do wanna give you an update as i record this episode on saturday. June nineteenth twenty twenty. One i am. Let's see you thursday friday saturday. I am three days post surgery to remove the tumor from my foot. And i will say that the medication is helping i. The foot is still row. They haven't had. The dressing changed since i had the surgery is i'm recording this. I've got a doctor's appointment this coming week. And if you're listening to this in the future hopefully in subsequent episodes. I'm talking about how the tumor was noncancerous. And you know. I can go back to be my happy. Go lucky self but let me just say. I'm still my happy-go-lucky self. Because i had something taken out. And the pain has been i guess bearable. Haven't had to take anything superstrong other than some prescription strength ibuprofen. But that's where i'm at. So i will certainly keep the updates coming to you throughout the summer. Because i know you care about me. And i'm appreciative of that again. Thank you to people who have been reaching out. And if you haven't been able to take the time to reach out to me. I know that as you hear this. You're thinking oh i hope he's okay but i understand. We're all busy. Speaking of busy. As i'm coming off of this and i continue to heal and get back to one hundred percent. Itchy live twenty. Twenty one is right around. The corner is st live. Twenty twenty one is going to be virtual like the december twenty. Twenty event was and st twenty. One is taking place from saturday. June twenty sixth through. Wednesday june thirtieth. Now because it's summer. Because i just had surgery. I don't have the time to do all five nights to do. The itchy live daily recap show all five nights but what i am gonna do because one. It's super fun. And i had a blast back in december. Doing those live shows each and every night of fifty. I'll i'll be there. I will be committing to doing the livestream on june twenty six. The first day of esti live monday. June twenty eighth and the last day. Wednesday june thirtieth. I will be live out at christmas. Dot com slash live at ten p. m. eastern standard time. If you're listening from elsewhere in the world we're talking ten pm eastern. Us and if you didn't get a chance to back in december hopefully everybody's schedule is freed up and now we can have some fun those three nights and we will recap the st conference. We will talk education. We will talk technology. I will do my best to get some guests. Maybe some keynote speakers poster session presenters quote. Unquote regular session presenters. And what kind of have like a nightly st party on again june twenty-sixth june twenty eighth and june thirtieth ten pm eastern go chris dot com slash live. That goes out to the the youtube channel. If you're not subscribe to the youtube channel do me a favor. Hit that subscribe button. Smashed out bell. Get notified when i go live. And if you actually go to chris. Nasty dot com slash youtube. You'll be prompted to subscribe to the youtube channel. so that's i think that covers it so surgery. Update what we're gonna be doing for fifty live here on the house of attack and let's
A highlight from Spending
"Hello i'm your host mr chuck. I'm a retired accountant turned truck driver. I have reduced my debt to zero in a short matter of time. Debt reduction to achieve financial freedom takes commitment confidence determination. Getting your spending under control is the most important thing you can do to help. Pay off your debt. The last episode. I talk for helping. My friends set up the budget and before that i talked about how he got his credit card under control in start paying off not only is credit card debt and it all comes down to spending once you have a budget set up you can see were. Your money is coming in from and were is going out. It can then start deciding those things that you no longer use or need a gig. Start cancelling them. You can also see where money is maybe being wasted. If you have a cable subscription for tv plus two or three streaming services you need to decide which is most important. Which do you use the most and which you can get along without and go ahead and cancel those. And that's what my friend did. He cancel his tv cable bill because he wasn't watching it all that much and that alone saved him somewhere around a hundred and fifty dollars. He had premium package and paying for movies and everything that he wasn't really watching whole lot later on is episode. I'm gonna talk about extreme measures you can take. That may seem strange at first. But over time you'll decide what he's talking about. Maybe i'll give that a shot before you start cutting back on your spending. There's couple of things should be done. I one of the first things you need to do is create yourself financial plan. A financial plan is your overall plan or your goals that you're trying to achieve an example for a long term goal would be saving for your retirement whether you're doing it through your work with a 401k. Were an aetna any other retirement plan or you're saving for your children's college education through whatever plan you're using for that these are goals that you set for yourself that help keep you on track and focus on the things that are most important for you and he also had have short term goals and intermediate term goals. You may be trying to save money four. Maybe a larger down payment for a automobile purchase or may be paying cash for a good jews automobile or bigger down payment for when you upgrade to a larger home a home is more bedrooms or bathrooms and all those type. Thanks the second plan you need if you have credit card. Debt is a debt reduction. Plan what do i mean. By a debt reduction. Plant while you spell out the steps that you're gonna try to mccain so they get your debt pay it off the number. One thing you have to do is quit. Creating new debt number. Two thing set up an account. If you don't already have one and build up an emergency fund. Your first goal may be to get five hundred dollars set aside then after little bit at a time he received that then. And you pay down a little bit on your credit cards then increase it two thousand dollars the reason you have that if something would happen and you have a whammy expense or an emergency expense such as the hot water heater in your home going out your car breaking down or knee and new tires for the car. You have the money in a savings account to pay for those items. That happen that you need that way. You can stay on track of not creating new debt at all to it. Number three is paying the minimum balance on time every month on all your debt. It'd be your credit cards. Mainly put him in order. The highest interest rate on top the lowest interest rate on bottom after all credit cards are probably going to be close to being around the same rate. Once you get your emergency fund set up and funded and you just keep putting more money in there and once you get a thousand hundred or two thousand above your emergency fund. Then you take that extra money and apply it to one of your credit cards. I always would recommend the snowball method for the very first one pay off the card with the lowest balance. I no matter what the rate of interest that way. You have a card with zero balance. You've achieved something after that card. You start working on your card with the highest rate of interest in order to do that to reduce the amount of interest. You're gonna pay over the long term because the less interest you pay the more principal you're gonna be paying and the more principle you pay the less dat you're gonna have at all is to a debt reduction. Plan stick to it. Stay the course in order to do that. You need to have your budget once you have your budget you can identify where you're wasting your money. Where your spending money. They can cut back on so that he can put more money into your savings account. Get debt pay down quicker. Stop spending how to keep your spending under control. I have two articles in my show. Notes that you can refer to if you're interested in reading them the first ones from clever girl finance dot com how to stop spending money. And you really don't stop spending money because you got to pay for things so you're going to be spending money and the number one thing. She has in her article to
A highlight from How To Finally END Your Limiting Beliefs Forever
"Going to be talking about something completely abnormal for real estate coaching radio. The topic is going to be deed epa genetics. I can't even say it said again. Epigenetics it ten times. Sometimes we like to bring you something. That's a little bit out of the normal wheelhouse to get you thinking bigger and differently and consider things in the past couple of podcasts. We've been talking about the four questions to help filter their thought process right. So something what what is what is it. i'm believing. Is it absolutely true. Who am i. Because i believe it's true and who would i be if i discovered. Maybe it's not true. So that has led us into the slightly out of the wheelhouse epigenetics because it all ties together and we were hopefully playing. A successful game of mine sat whack-a-mole yesterday. We were going through all the sort of normal things that people carry around in their minds. That sometimes oftentimes will lead for them to believe. That tomorrow is not going to be better than today. You could talk about you. Know you could even go as far as being an optimist or a pessimist born in optimus. It's over time that some of us are convinced that the smart way to be as being a pessimist and have you ever met a kid. That wasn't an optimist. I mean none of us are born that way. So what happens over time is that we allow things to affect our mindsets. Julian are doing in our normal practical split. Freeway is. we're going to actually share with you. Some actual science not pseudoscience. Like we're actually going to sell. You are sally. We're going to share with you some actual science done by actual scientists with regards to you can actually. That's like three actually is in a row but positively affect your genetic how your genes react to certain exterior an external stimuli. I can't even talk through good thing joyce it's all right so let's start with a thought also because what we're going to talk about today is your genetic predispositions and if you don't know what those are you can find out on twenty three and me. It's a real easy thing to do. I think it's pretty fascinating actually and it's very detailed in fact we've been doing it for probably three or four years. Well it's twenty three updates twenty three and me dot com if you guys don't know what it is started out started by one of the founders of google's wives who was a doctor a geneticist and she started you know that yeah so she and the basically the gist of it is is that you spit in a now to cut tube. Send it off and they do genetic testing based on the dna. Obviously and what's fun and kind of fascinating. It's it's mostly just goofiness. Basically but what is interesting is when they'll tell you you have a p- recollection for something or you know they'll say based on your dna these types of actual physical characteristics. You probably have or tendencies. You might have an goes down to sleep habits and all sorts of different things. But what's really interesting is when you start looking at the genetic well from our perspective when you look your genetic history going back to basically the dawn of humanity they can tell you where in the world your people came from. Where how much you are this. How much you are of that again. It's just a fun. Little sort of you know maybe. Read the information while you're sharing a glass of wine type experience it'll tell you you know maybe you have a higher than usual tendency towards heart disease surf or things that can be useful right so some of it's just for interest sake like what percent caribbean you are. And some of it is actual useful for your health right. So what do you do with that. You just touch on something. That's really fascinating you can actually as more and more people participate in twenty. Twenty-three me it'll actually start linking you to other people around the world that are genetic relatives. Yeah and that's what's kind of amazing literally puts them on the map you know. They're on a map because they've logged into this and sometimes you even have contact information and pictures and it's pretty interesting and you volunteer. You decide what information you're gonna volunteer about yourself but the very least it'll show you where your genetic first second third cousins are intellectually. Show you how you're related to them. It's trippy the whole thing really. It's fascinating you can dive deeper. And you can see like do you. Maybe have a a high likelihood of having ceac disease or known your blank. I mean it's pretty detailed. There's a long list and most of it you know you're not going to be predisposed to but it's interesting to find out what you might be which leads us to our next topic. I'm going to get it okay. So before we do that. This is not genetic but it is mindset. Yes so we have this. Coaching client named laura and she has several times on our facebook live. Sessions talked about or threatened to possibly maybe get ready to one day visited for sale by owner and so we're always encouraging and share each other stories and stuff like that so today she comes to facebook live and she because we play challenges and victories so her victory was not only did she do not sell by owner but she spent a total of twenty minutes in the for sale by owners house. Doing the tour asking good questions from the script and when She said. I'm here to find out how i can be of service to you for sale by owner. Says i kid you not get the most for my house.
A highlight from Special Education and Parent Communication | Ep. 89
"For many months now education technology has been more than just a nice to have kind of a thing in fact. it's been a lifeline. Outside of physically delivering content to students house during lockdowns edtech was a requirement but now as schools and the world starts to reopen. We are justifiably excited about getting back all those things that were so much more difficult to do digitally at the same time as it always tends to do. Technology has grown by leaps and bounds and so educators. Administrators policymakers communities and importantly parents and guardians have been seeing the ways certain digital technologies might enhance the learning experience. Even in the classroom and this goes a bit beyond interaction or digital whiteboards. You see not yet. Thomas lehto is a reporter for the education news site. Ed search and she's been watching and reporting on education during the ongoing cope. Nineteen pandemic her latest story for the site is called technology made special education parents better advocates during the pandemic as educators will now it's not always easy to build strong lines of communication with the parents and guardians of your students but one bright spot during the pandemic has been the discovery of new ways to forge those relationships to build those lines of communication. Some folks even told nadia that this had an effect of kind of leveling the playing field removes physical barriers and when it comes to special education students there individualized learning plans. That communication is so crucial. So when you don't have to get off work and take a bus across town to meet with your teacher and administrator and a bunch of other people who were talking to you about highly technical things well the day you might just benefit from a quick phone call or text. Something a little bit more familiar. So this week nadia to mezro plato. Is our guest speaker. She's gonna take us through what she learned in the process of reporting this piece. Give us some details and some ideas that might inspire us moving forward. That's all coming up in this meeting of the edtech club. We're glad you joined us because as always we're going to cover some interesting and illuminating ground
A highlight from Karla Abbott, Augustana University Talking Circles
"Carl abbott associate professor of nursing at augustan university discusses using this method to combat trauma. Imagine being in a circle with a group of people from your community some were longtime friends. Some our family some are strangers but all of them are listening to speak and none of them are interrupting you instead. Each one listens to hear and to learn. Once they received the talking stick they will have their chance to speak. This is how a lakota talking circle works a traditional practice. In american indian communities. Talking circle has long been used as a way to make community decisions work through community and personal struggles and overcome historical trauma. Talking circles have more recently been used to combat and provide education about smoking and substance abuse. Our research team is using talking circles to examine the stressors surrounding pregnancy delivery in parenting on great plains. Reservations where the preterm birth rate is significantly higher than in other segments of the us population. The field of epigenetics as tatis that the trauma a mother experiences is transmitted to her unborn child. Who then passes it to her. Unborn child who carries it into her pregnancy for up to nine generations. The trauma of losing one's land to federal reservations losing one's culture and boarding schools and the daily traumas of substance and domestic abuse. That american indians face are undoubtedly passed on to their children. The trans generational trauma shared with the fetus is one cause of preterm birth by listening to the narratives of american indian women on reservations. We hope to find ways to break the cycle. We hope that their stories of struggle and resilience will speak across generations as a way to remember the past and as a way to write a stronger beginning for their babies stories. That was carla avid of
A highlight from Skills bill, examnishambles, roadmap delay
"Pose of talking to young people while i've been cocoon at home by myself the last fifteen months but we'll see these. Three one was about to graduate graduate in p one just graduated in electrical engineering and one graduated last year in i think linguistics and spanish and that they will sort of breezily scathing about their own university experience which worried me but i was talking to them because that hop on an idea for an ed tech startup and it's a startup designed particularly to support young people who wanted to take the road. Less traveled won't be on a professional gig workers Workers from the start. And apparently there's lots of these people and a lot more since the pandemic i call them the collar workers and you heard it here. First the idea that individuals all the business it was it was so great. It was great conversation. Fascinating stuff will keep an eye on that an ingrate demo mark essex director scales. A kpmg molecule highlight in the workplace. So too i mean. I my personal highlights. After my first ever chin up this week which for someone anyway twenty six stone eighteen months ago. The few from the top was lovely but my professional highlights. It's a bit like it's been like the i. I've started planning physical events. I've got whiteboards in front of me with how i'm going to chair an actual panel where i'm going to be sitting near but not too near real guests in front of real audience and that's enormously energizing and i miss it. Wow how exciting fantastic stuff. So yes we start this week with skills. The government skills post sixteen education bill received a second reading in the lords this week and there was a spirited debate on the red benches mark. Tell us more. Face some scrutiny. Didn't it and from illustrious experts former conservative universities minister lord willits talked about the artificial conflict that he fears between higher education and further education and then another university minister. Johnson expressed his fears. That some of this might get watered down eventually by the by the treasury. I think the really interesting take on this was was about about the future. Look labor's baroness. Will coke said. The bill was inadequate and should the government for to produce a ten year strategy for further education. I think that's asking lot right now when it's pretty cost next week. It's very difficult to get of anybody. Get caught clients set. Who asked me my. My job is to help them figure it out. You know what skills should i invest in for the future. Yes fascinating stuff. So let's married before comes here. let's have a. Let's listen to some of their contributions from the china and the evidence is clear we have a problem in the balance of education. Only four percent of young people achieve qualification higher technical level by the age of twenty five compared to a third to get a degree or above and yet thirty four percent of whacking each graduates and not in high-skilled employment. No one more parents would prefer their charter gain. A vocational qualification than a degree. University is a great option for some but isn't the best option for everyone and it shouldn't be seen as the only pathway to success. And whilst of course i welcome the principles the really important matter is what they mean in practice and here i have to say. I am concerned about a deep confusion or an artificial conflict between the -cational and academic and the minister herself in her opening speech with third to parents. Preferring their child have occasional qualification to a degree. I'm familiar with the research published by the social market foundation on which that statement rest. I find it very hard to make sense of the question that was put to people. In that opinion survey i talk to universities who tell me that. Seventy percent of their students are studying on a course accredited by an employer or an employer organisation. They aren't doing courses which are licensed to practice. The white paper writer refers to the need for nurses and engineers these courses which are also delivered by universities. Are they academic or are they vocational. It is a false distinction and if it is used to try to create conflict between higher education and further education when they both have an important role to play you can do academic courses in further education colleges and you can do vocational courses in universities if there instead used to create conflict between these two both very important parts education system then the calls which the minister rightly supports will be put back rather than advancing my current role as pro vice chancellor for engagement at lancaster. University affords me the great pleasure of working closely. With our further education colleges universities and civic partners to embed the volume of education in our local and regional communities operating as we do in an area of multiple deprivation the partners are acutely aware that lifelong acquisition skills is critical to the development and future workforce placement of our young people my lord. I'm supportive of this bill in raising and promoting the quality play space relevance of post sixteen skills provision although i inwardly flinch at the partitioning of education into traditional age and sector-based silos in my experience education could be an effective route out of poverty but it requires all parts of the ecosystem to work in progress collaboration. We sometimes forget that our life habits and ambition. 's maybe hard war hardwired long before we even enter into secondary school yet the discussions about workplace and skill set still come towards the end of that educational pipeline. Perhaps this is too late to have any realistic. Hope of breaking the educational poverty cycle. That has become a generational an geographical for many the other area of concern that i have is iran. The treasury's sees the treasury's persistent flawed conception of how to measure valley for money in post sixteen education. The idea that you can measure the worth of course by the proportion of the student loan that ends up being repaid. I think this is really far too reductive and it will prevent us if we if we stick with it from funding properly. What are socially useful and valuable that lower earning professions and talk in life. We already see hints that this is the prevailing view and will continue to be the prevailing view in the list of four hundred or so qualifications that are eligible for funding in the lifetime. Skills guarantee that list to four hundred qualifications is is too restrictive. Still doesn't include. As far as i can see any creative arts courses for example and my concern as this bill makes its way through this place and the other place that when the section lands on the new student finance system the treasury uses this legislation. Fine print to further de-fund those areas of provisions that have rates of repayment associated with them through a mix of potential policy tools including student number controls by subject high minimum entry requirements by subject and variety of other tools most notably of course being and the potential for much lower fee levels for those courses. So those are all big risks as this bill makes its way through this place depreciate any
A highlight from Be Honest, What Limiting Beliefs Do You Have About Yourself? (Part 2)
"To one and we're back and we've got a really fun show for you guys today and if listened yesterday show we gave you four questions to ask yourself to determine basically to really kind of root out some of your probably dysfunctional thinking that you have about yourself for your potentialities what julie dead and she. We were podcasting a little bit later day. Because you're spending so much time researching all of these things as she went online and she's been doing. We're gonna call a little bit of myth busting with regards to some of the perceptions that mostly oddly enough americans have about life in general. So jelena's we're going to be doing is we're going to be going through These common things that people think and we're going to give you the facts about it now again. I'm going to review this in case you didn't listen yesterday's show but i'll do it relatively quick so the point of all this is all suffering. That goes on inside. Our minds is not reality. Says byron katie. It's just a story. We torture ourselves west. She's has a simple completely reliable system for freeing ourselves for Of the thoughts that make a suffer. All were begins on paper. Explains you write down your your stressful thoughts and ask yourself the following four questions and here. They are question one. Is it true wherever you right so again. The assignment we gave his homework was all. You're supposed to write down essentially all the stressful thoughts that you had. Hopefully some of you money of you did it. So the first question addressing each of those thoughts was as is it. True second question is can you absolutely no. it's true. Third question is how can you react when how can you. How do you react what happens. Jer mindset your actions when you believe this thought question for is who would you be. If you didn't have this thought now where we left off yesterday was how to turn all this around but before we get to the turnaround strategy. What julian i wanted to do is we wanted to help you. Make your list or help. You expand your list because really at the end of the day. There are so many things especially as you get older by the way that you start to have bubbling. Run your subconscious. Mind just to why you can't do more with your life why you can't be frankly healthier happier richer you know why you can't have more love and freedom why you can't have all kinds of different things and it all routes back to a lot of deeply ingrained thinking that i think if you were to give yourself the opportunity to confront. You would actually first of all laugh because some of these things julie and i discovered. We're actually quite funny. And i know some of you have no idea what i'm talking about. You will in a second so what we're gonna do is we're going to help go through what you're limiting beliefs or what. You're the myths. You might be believing with regard success. Money profits specific types of lead generation. Your health building a team market conditions. So we're going to go through various things but first of all. I wanna start out with the big bugaboo and this is one that julie actually enjoyed the most researching because it was actually quite hilarious. I'll i must start by telling you guys a story tim storytime picture mr rogers walking in changing your shoes right by the way if mr rogers is serious about not about being cleanliness his house when you've taken the shoes off before he walked in. Okay pre covid detail. Okay anyway so i remember the first time julian i went to england and this was a long time ago. This was probably this. Actually you know. What wasn't this right after. After nine eleven it was right after guns and stuff. That's right it was right after nine. Eleven and We were there and we went during the worst time year. Never go to england in the winter. Because if you think ohio and those of you in the mid west you think it's called In the midwest in the winter just go to england because on the after on planet earth england actually higher up closer to where it's really. We're all the horrible harsh weather is add to that the north sea but that aside the point so he went in january or cold last month. It was and i remember we. Were you know got to our hotel room. After we had everyone and their brother nice plight british accents. What the hell are you doing here. In the winter we got there. I actually do remember west january because we were there for new year's eve and we were in the hotel room for the first night and we turned on the local tv and local. Tv had something was missing. And so you know jillian. I've never been big tv watchers. But i will never forget. We were watching the bbc in other channels. Or you know they'll be and we were just watching. The tv shows and commercials will come on. They're shelling selling t and crump. It's and whatever they're selling but jillian. I took us for a while to realize what were missing. What ads weren't running on the british tv and by the way this was true when we traveled to other parts of europe and other parts of the world there are certain types of ads. That are missing. And julie wouldn't you tell them meghan markle story right now. We have three to wide. Yes you were talking about them. This is even more true now. This is a story. I found today and my research. British people cannot wrap their heads around american advertising for prescription porn this. I got british. Viewers took to twitter during the meghan. Markle and prince. Harry a bombshell interview with oprah because of heard about that to question. Why pharmaceutical
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A highlight from Stop Pregnancy Discrimination!
"I'm patricia. Gra barak and i'm katina sawyer and welcome to the worker being podcast. Today patricia has an article for us. And i'd love to hear a little bit about the topic. Oh the day before. We jump into our Conversation yeah so. The topic of the day is pregnancy discrimination and the impact. It has on mother and baby health. So it's a kind of a sad article But important to know and maybe we can stop being jerks and discriminating pregnant people. Yeah i mean it's such an important topic and even though it is it stinks that so much that this happens and we need to think about solutions. We can't come up with those solutions unless we recognize and understand the problem so it's really important to name the problem and be able to talk about the problems that we can find a solution so. I'm really glad that you pick this topic. And i haven't really seen a lot of research on pregnancy discrimination so i'm really excited to know that folks are doing more work in this space as well so that we can do that so that we can start having the conversation totally. It hasn't been a huge research area just looking at some of the literature review that they did. But i'm hoping that we can talk more about this and make an impact and i know we had a what was that back. When allegation breuil spoke with us about nursing mother hours. So there's a of research at starting to be done more in this space. And i think it's really important and maybe it's a generational thing right now. We have a bunch of younger women that are doing research at really care about this topic that maybe would have been shunned before so yeah yea for those women that are coming in and you know women men whoever's involved in it's not just women doing this research but for the people that are being involved in this now. I really appreciate them. Yeah and there's also more women associated editors and the journal applied. a female editor for the first time in. Its one hundred something. You're history it never. Jp never had a female editor before and now the first female editor in lillian e. b. And that's where this was published. Yes and there are a lot more on the editorial board and serving as associate editors who are women and a lot more people who study diversity that are being put in positions of decision making power about whether or not articles like this. Get a shot and i can say from experience that the reviewers that you get when you're studying topics that are even though pregnancy discrimination shouldn't be controversial. Some people might think it is right and you know or the topics that we study around. Lgbt populations you can get reviewers that have adverse reactions to your paper. Because they don't like the topic in a way that's different from just writing a paper on leadership or writing a paper on you know Stress at work. Or you know something. More benign that people don't see as like a politicized topic so it matters a lot who who is likely to get asked to review so having diversity on aditorial boards is important and then it matters a lot who's in charge of coaling those reviews and making the call about whether or not to get the paper a chance. Because sometimes you get you know. One positive review in two negative user to negative reviews and one positive review and the age has to make that decision about which way to lean. And if you're already negatively predisposed towards the topic or just don't think it's important like who cares about breastfeeding. Because i've never thought about breastfeeding. And i don. I think it's fringy or whatever then you might lean towards a more negative review and that paper won't get a chance to get published because it's not given a fair shot so i'm really excited to see a lot of women filling out these positions because i do think that it's impacting the likelihood that people will see these topics important and that you know changes the way people view the paper in general whether or not it's making a contribution totally it does make mean everything. We've talked about with diversity and inclusion initiatives and the importance of representation obviously applies here at applies in the space of research and reviewing research projects in terms of journal articles and publications. You know like the whole point is for us to do really good peer reviewed research but if peers don't want to review the research topic areas that makes a major problem in a huge roadblock. So yeah it's super exciting to see more of this work coming through and being published more people that are of a variety of backgrounds in these editorial staff and reviewer staff as well so i think that's super important and i'm excited and excited to share this article that we can dive into a topic.
A highlight from Arash Javanbakht, Wayne State University Effects of Mass Shootings on Non-Victims
"Non victims can be affected harshly by mass shootings. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute rush job in balked associate professor in the department of psychiatry and behavioral neurosciences. At the wayne state university school of medicine determines that even those not hit can become mass shootings affect a wide range of people including witnesses. I responded and those exposed to the news. The immediate survivors may experience. A range of problems from survivor's guilt to full-blown post traumatic stress disorder with anxiety avoiding reminders of trauma. Emotional numbness hyper vigilance intrusive trauma memories. Nightmares flashbacks full-blown. Ptsd affects up to one third of two survivors. Debilitating depression occurs in up to eighty percent of people would be st. Ptsd can improve by itself but many need treatment effective treatments include psychotherapy and medications in children exposure to such horrific experiences or related news. Count fundamentally affect the way they perceive the world as a safe place and how much they can rely on the adults society to protect them. They can't carry. This worldview for the stuff their lives and transferred to their own children. Ptsd can also develop the exposure to others trauma. People exposed to mass shootings may see dead bodies injured. People in agony here extremely loud noises and experienced chaos and terror while victims tried to run away from active shooter. The police firefighters and paramedics rush into the danger zone. First responders face threats to themselves and others and terrible blahdy post shooting scenes too frequently. Bts's reported in up to twenty percent of first responders to mass violence exposure to the news may also cause distress anxiety. Every time there is a mass shooting in a new place. People learned that kind of places now onto not very safe list that was a rush javon docked of the wayne state university school of medicine.
A highlight from S2:E1 Metacognition with Zoe Enser
"Senior leader responsible start development school improvement. She is now the lease fascist english adviser for kent working with the education people and is an evidence lead in education. Take a mental for the child's college rights for the tests and his co. also of leading in action. She's currently working on. Cpi curriculum making conditions growth. Which is a book about stuff development. Which i think comes out any minute now. In addition to that studying literature ma and somewhere in imax not. She fits in time for running every day. Zoe huge and very amazed an owner inspired. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you really appreciate you asking me to be here. I guess one thing that i should probably actually did start my career as teaching assistant so i spent two years working in schools before my teaching career style of nothing. That's always a really interesting. Why i've stated from lots of different angles does really inspiring. Wow so all our teaching assistants you hardworking and cherished professions that you are. That's inspiring isn't it is wonderful row re really really valuable. Adept in is a teaching our sometimes. Very much activity rheingold. They all have something exciting to bring. What was the key. Difference between going from ta to teach. Would you say. I think cut at the level of intensity with those relationships. You know it. My first year is ti. I was working for forty hours a week with take the student and another ice house. Wait with another. So how i understood them was very different surpassing the cost of thirsty. Where say three or four hours away. And so i could really understand and help them to unpick that learning in practice for why the strategic yeah fascinating three fine cabinet for us to change our perspective d member when you did you teach trading when i did my teacher training over in canterbury when the first things we have to do with shadow people yes and that concept of going from job fy two history to science in your head changing constantly. It was hugely valuable today though obviously going into teaching because like saying what was going on all of those different lessons yeah and the the different approaches that were being used in order to support all stated. Yeah and it's not that going on like that. I couldn't possibly take away. I think i was saying from the i. Blue were the student. And how can i scuffled his co. bed perhaps differently. What the cost of teach do five minute. How can i be used as a resource. Sometimes working with that student on wants wamba of its working with groups of students again scaffolding and supporting the How perhaps disa- cost teacher. So my first questions i've got full yay. I now wonder if that's got. Its roots in what we're just talking about because these this series of podcast is very much going to be around meta cognition and i wondered where your passion meta cognition arose and when that happened maybe actually. We're beginning to touch on some of the answers. Then i think it really kind from saying that. how hot talking things through So i would say a teacher explain the concept and then the cutbacks. So slightly bemused food or the sheet and spice of support. And then i would have to rethink go through some of those processes about learning. Why cells how did i understand that asks. How did i understand that topic. And then what did. I need to perhaps twice to might more visible to the student i was working with and that was something that translated to when i was working with how classes and sinking all again. What do i need to model for them. More needs might really. And how can i use. Things like probes and questions to support that process with them as well fascinating so for our listeners. Who aren't familiar with medical condition. We get lots of parents listening to this who might not be in in our profession. Can you give us a good definition of what is medical mission. I think the simplest estimate that across the that some thinking about our own learning processes or a thinking about run so we have hoped nation which is the cut of how we process information a knowledge. And then it's what we say about process so looking into it almost as if you were outside and thinking about that process seven. We used to be quite often cold so the exchange learning to learn a lot something that people might be more familiar with those things that were often used in in. Choose tom sessions to support students again to think about their learning. Are sexism what they need to do with it. Sits underneath the umbrella of self-regulation so he's got different elements that she will so from regulation as the my ninth. How we are doing the toss that we were onto taking and then within each goal cognition medical and motivation and they sit very closely together today in practice. If i was to walk into a classroom how would. I know that the teacher is doing some medical mission. I think modeling has been really It's really excited off over the last few years People are very keen to use the concert. So you may will say a teacher who is reading. Actually talking about the processes. They're going right. So i might read something into class would pose inside bowl. I'm actually now. I'm going to make a prediction about what's going to come next or i'm going to think about what they slide. I've come across before. Is there anything rate that similar today. So do i recognize agencies. Do i recognize the officer in the title with starting to unpick that medical process issue exchange to think out the the control box. They've got available that prior knowledge in order to be able to tackle those challenges coming. I think that's such a crucial area for us is within english teaching but within all areas of the curriculum that we're we're showing that process of learning as multiple just from from leveling still divide that word sentences on the board. You know how to go from really you know it. Uninspiring construction sentenced to something. That's going to really engage in. Show tylenol those things and the process of going from one to the other and talking that through yeah. I think that's really important moment for young people to understand that we go through those. That wasn't as good as i could do it and so let's change there. So let's what that round or let's not in another layer of meaning and processed to get their young. A big fan is Things slow writing so we saw. Was you do exactly that. So we pay by pace and i will multiply by on sci-fi style one start something with the assimilate on a metaphor martha sensors all explain around that choice. Of why making those choices of what. I wanted to achieve but also then draw rome things again. The i've i've come across before. I'm going to use this off because i've seen successfully used elsewhere so all the time it's making those
A highlight from Cybersecurity for high school students with Manny Felix, Founder & CEO of the AZ Cyber Initiative
"Dedicated to helping high school students explorer cybersecurity careers mandy found me on like den and we just started chatting about what he was doing and what he was doing with the nonprofit and i ended up becoming a board member of arizona cyber initiative a very passionate about the things he's doing with this not profits. I wanted him to come on. The puck essence. Share it with you. So we're going to get right into today's episode. let's go meet. This is our second episode where we have a guest on the podcast. I'm really excited about this. Today's guest is manny felix. He is founder and ceo of the cyber issue. Tim i'm gonna want him tell you all about the initiative all about himself all that kind of stuff in the episode. So i'm not even gonna go over it. Let's just jump right in so manny. Thank you for coming on the podcast today. No thank you heather. A really appreciated. I'm very excited to be here. So why don't you tell our listeners. Just a little bit about what your background is. And then how you got interested in cybersecurity. Sure i enjoy answering this question. And i think it's mainly because i don't have a very traditional path to how i got into cybersecurity Sometime say was a little bit of luck in a little bit of just coincidence being at the a certain place at a certain time but then again i think a lot of us grew up in a generation or in a time where we grew up thinking. Oh we're going to be cyber security professionals even it professionals. So you know. I think i cannot find myself bawling into that into that category as well A couple of months before. I graduated from the university of arizona. I majored in. I was majoring in political science and spanish. Legal translation depredation. I had goals and aspirations. I was in middle school to go to law school. And you know. Be an immigration lawyer. Since i i i was born in the us. But i grew up in mexico. I kind of wanted to find a profession that combined both cultures in both nationalities and find ways of giving back to the community. Were you know where. I grew up for so long so it was really cetera being immigration lawyer up until a couple of months before i was getting ready to graduate started thinking if if not law school than been what is it and that got me thinking that throughout my senior year i was. I was student body president at that time for the for at the u. of a. And that experience. I had the opportunity to work with a lot of student. Veterans or a are t. students on campus. so i think that started slowly Imprinting the the name. The military mind said in me. And i and i really liked it and i was a little curious and so i went to a recruiter without telling any my friends. My roommate might family. No-one i just kind of went on my own and started having those conversations around what what the potential you know in listening in the in the military. Look like. And i didn't tell my parents until i may be positioned to enlist in the us navy and it was already too late to back out right so you can. You can imagine my mom's reaction and mike my dad's action but I think people have a misconception that all military related jobs are combat related whereas when in reality only twenty percent of them are. I you know joined as a as a cryptologic technician which is for networks for navy networks which is actually what really started my career in security so again maybe just being at the right place at the right time with the right recorder at the right recruiting office. Maybe that's what it was or you know just
A highlight from Episode 169 (SUPERVISION) - Identifying Staff Reinforcers
"Everybody welcome to a. B. a inside track the podcast. That's like reading in your car but safer. I'm your host robert beri crews and with me as always my fabulous ghosts. No rob stana. Good afternoon. Robert this is jacqueline. Marie mcdonald so nice to see both. Thanks because on the i what do i have. A husband and fifteen children understand this reference. Go ahead. I used to be one of my top enforcers for working late. Listening to delilah on the way home i know. Don't judge me. it's a guilty pleasure. I didn't want to tell you but you asked me good thing. We asked the thing. You didn't ask. But i just brought it up. No well speaking of which on the eve of the recording of this behavior analytic podcast in which we talk about research related to behavior analysis. In which every week we pick a topic and then we discussed that topic and research related to that topic. I wanted to give you guys a little present. So i said what would jackie diana like and guest and i bought you each a special presence. Jaggi for you. I bought you a signed copy of a star wars comic book. Here you go. I know how much you love that. And the diana. I had to guess really good. I got you a pair of gardening shears. Because i know you love gardening. Oh my goodness do guys. Are you really excited podcast now. Because you're gonna podcast your best because you've got some special items. Well i think if you switch to those you'd be right on target if you got anything from target maybe ran on target weight so i guess what you might like as a reinforcer and i was way off way off base one hundred percent way. I've paid you're about to spoiler alert. The whole episode pointed. This episode is identifying staffer enforcers. So you failed. I guess just guessing and gain shares. It didn't didn't work. Are you to leave now. Don't leave podcast lease. I need you here to What's a research about. Rob staffer enforcers which i said a little earlier. Yes this week. We're talking about identifying staffer enforcers because one of the key components of any good manager is going to be thinking about. How can you reinforce the good work of the staff under your supervision and classic management tool of just getting some stuff and throwing it people whether physically or metaphorically may not be the best strategy. So we'll be talking about some articles related to improve your ability to choose and deliver this reinforcement to your staff. I love that and remember. It's only a reinforcer if it's delivered contingent on behavior and it leads to an increase in that behavior in the future yes as the definition of reporters definition of reinforcer is but i think sometimes people talk about staffer enforcers. And they're like. I gave you something something in this right constitutes as a reinforcer but that may not be titled as episode identifying staff highly preferred items that most likely will function as a reinforcer based on previous research. That's how it got long and rejected it so we got it down a little bit. You understand listeners. We do so. We've got five articles to discuss of which to kind of our background. Material and three are going to be our main discussion points. And they are a comparison of verbal intangible stimulus preference assessment. Methods in adults with schizophrenia. By wilder wilson ellsworth and hearing from behavioral interventions two thousand three comparison of verbal intangible stimulus preference assessments by cohen.
A highlight from Episode 169 (SUPERVISION) - Identifying Staff Reinforcers
"They everybody. Welcome to aba inside. Track the podcast. That's like reading in your car but safer. I'm your host robert beri crews and with me as always my fabulous goes no rob stana. Good afternoon robert. This is jacqueline. Marie mcdonald so nice to see you both. Thanks because on the eve of ood. I have the husband and fifteen children understand this reference. Go ahead. I used to be one of my top enforcers for working late. Listening to delilah on the way home i know. Don't judge me. it's a guilty pleasure. I didn't want to tell you but you asked me good thing. We asked the thing. You didn't ask. But i just brought it up. No well speaking of which on the eve of the recording of this behavior analytic podcast in which we talk about research related to behavior analysis. In which every week we pick a topic and then we discussed that topic and research related to that topic onto the guy's a little present. So i said what would jackie diana like and guest and i bought you a special presents. A jaggi for you. I bought you a signed copy of a star wars comic book. Here you go. I know how much you love that. And the diana. I had to guess really good but i got you a pair of gardening shears. Because i know you love gardening. Oh my good guys. Are you really excited podcast. Now because you can podcast your best because you've got some special items. Well i think if you switch to those you'd be right on target if you got anything from target. Maybe it'd be right on target weight. So i guess what you might like as a reinforcer and i was way off way off base one hundred percent way i've paid. You're about to spoiler alert. The whole episode pointed. This episode is identifying staffer enforcers. So you failed. I guess just guessing and saying shares. It didn't didn't work. Are you gonna leave now. Don't leave podcast lease. I need you here to talk What's the research about. Rob staffer enforcers which i said a little earlier. Yes this week. We're talking about identifying staffer enforcers because one of the key components of any good manager is going to be thinking about. How can you reinforce the good work of the staff under your supervision and classic management tool of just getting some stuff and throwing it at people whether physically or metaphorically may not be the best strategy. So we'll be talking about some articles related to how you improve your ability to choose and deliver this reinforcement to your staff. I love that and remember. It's only a reinforcer if it's delivered contingent on behavior and it leads to an increase in that behavior in the future yes as the definition of reports definition of reinforcer is but i think sometimes people talk about staffing enforcers. And they're like. I gave you something something in this right constitutes as a reinforcer but that may not be titled as episode identifying staff highly preferred items that the most likely will function as a reinforcer based on previous research. That's how long and tunes rejected it. So we got it down a little bit. You understand listeners. We do so. We've got five articles to discuss of which to kind of our background. Material and three are going to be our main discussion points and they are available. Intangible stimulus preference assessment methods in adults with schizophrenia by wilder wilson ellsworth and hearing from behavioral interventions.
A highlight from Part 2: How To Become A Listing Agent NOW (Break The Addiction To Buyers!)
"To enjoy were back. It is june the fifteenth and we have a fun show for these guys today. We're going to pick up where we left off yesterday. I going to give you a slight warning if you hear any sort of things that sound like crunching noises in the background or you know dog noises this because macs are french bulldog with us today having chew bone. He is not quite gotten over the fact that zoe is no longer home schooled. Kobe is always going to summer camp. So she's not home during the day for him to hang out with pastor while she's on being home school so he's a little depressed so we decided to keep them the office with us attention for maximum. There could be crunching noise. Could be crunching noises so hours. What is that yak milk bone or something anyway. So julie. i was reading some articles. I read probably four or five articles and listened to. I bet you since yesterday. Listen to at least three or four podcasts. That are all talking about inflation. Yes because i'm really trying to wrap my mind around it right. I think conceptually. I understand it but i don't understand it from a perspective of what it's actually like to live in a time when there's real kind of noticeable inflation. I don't know what it's like to be. I'd have no way of understanding what it will feel like. When prices on virtually everything start to rapidly rise With in because so we've lived in times before where there's been things categories that have increased in cost but not everything universally and even who knows. I mean even so you got your you know. Some some like peterson right. His neighbor here. Puerto rico and he talks about his podcast that his prediction is is that inflation is going to rise for fifteen a total fifteen percent this year. And he's not trusting the numbers that are being reported by the government and he thinks by another another six percent the following year so he thinks basically your total increase of cost over the beginning of this year to save for example. The end of the year is going to be over twenty percent and that's on pretty much everything now. If i'm misquoting. Peter forgive me some of you guys like listening to this podcast as well. So the moral of the story that he did say which. I really appreciate him. Being very drill down about was is there is not going to be any deflationary cycle following the inflation. So and this is what we've been telling you guys on the podcast. Since the beginning of this year at least once the prices rise once houses prowse prices inflate for example. You're not going to. There's going to be a. There's not going to be a time. When all the sudden they deflate and a lot of people in the real estate industry were still shocked. I think to some extent jillian. I included in that from the big deflationary cycle deflationary cycle. That happened back in two thousand and two thousand two thousand seven through two thousand and nine are mentally and emotionally conditioned to believe that. That's what's going to happen again because we don't need to look for similarities and they think that let's not let's not get into the semantics of what's different now or different because we did a whole series of podcast on that two weeks ago and by the way. Listen to our past podcast and why there. We're not in a real estate bubble. Moral of the story is is that it's very likely that there is not going to be a deflationary cycle in the near future. And so what you're experiencing now is the start of what's going to be a lot of inflating costs or rising appreciation. Whatever word you want to use in real estate but also and everything else jalil you've got to. Max has got to be there. You go taking it too far so then other words prices are going to go up and then they're gonna stay up right. Prices are going to go up and then they're going to stay up and that's gonna be the new norm and it's not just going to be real estate. It's going to be an everything. So when you see prices rise on real estate and okay you're feeling real estate rich but and what happens if christ prices rise and everything else. What if you're gallon of gasoline goes up. What if your milk goes up your eggs go up but if your cost of your french bulldog dog treats go up right. What if everything is going up at the same essential percent as that again in real estate value. There's no real. You may have increased your net worth because your houses increase but your benefit of having that increased net worth isn't really experienced because everything else has increased a proportionately at the same time. And because you haven't actually cashed out that increase unless you've refinanced it out so you kind of have to watch that. No i look at this and other way which is a blessing to be in real estate because your income also is going up because you are a commission base salesperson and that's better than somebody maximum julia i give up on max wants to be on the so we have to sorry. Max can't come to the office where we're doing podcast. So that's what's kind of interesting of all these different shows. I've been listening to articles. I've been reading and i'm trying. These economist basically politically motivated. So you got kinda sort of sift and sort to really form your own your own opinion on all this but the bottom line is. Is that what you're experiencing now in. Housing is going to. You're going to start experiencing and everything you buy so get ready. And to julie's point this she just made the fact is is that we are blessed to be in the real estate industry.
A highlight from 4 High Quality Websites to Help Improve your Curriculum and Instruction
"Hi my fellow educators. Welcome to the teachers impact. Podcast my name. Shani marie ogilvy certified educator and i am your host if you are a teacher that wants to share or hear the opinions experiences of other teachers looking for innovative ideas for your classroom. Learn how to apply research based practices in your classroom. Be like your voice is not being heard because decisions are being made by people who happen. Been in a classroom then. This podcast is free. I have been an education for over ten years and served in many different angles of been a classroom teacher. Instructional coach supervisor in curriculum fellow but in the end my experience and passion for student. Achievement is what drives me. My hope is that we're able to share our expertise and knowledge which helps us to learn and grow with these weekly episodes. This is episode. Thirty nine of the teachers impact podcast on this episode. I'll be giving you three high quality websites to help with your curriculum and in -struction before we get started. Don't forget to check out the website teachers impact dot net where you can see the corresponding blog. Post to this podcast. Take a look visited. Look around. Don't forget to subscribe to the newsletter. Also the first website that i wanted to talk about with you is achieved the core dot org. I absolutely love this website. It's wonderful because it focuses on giving teachers resources so that their students are able to me core standards. The information is organized. Resources are available for every grade level in reading and math i know in reading the complex reading passages math complex word problems. This website is great. Because it gives you a gives you a pair text that you can use with your students and it gives you the higher level texts that you can use it. You're more advances. Students is just an overall great website. That you can you can use in your classroom. Also latino the high priority standard that you need to focus on for your grade level and this is one of the best things that they have on there. That i've use. That really had helped me to know what to focus on on my instruction in the curriculum. The second website is reading rockets. Dot org if you're looking for research base ways on how to teach reading ideas and videos this is one of the best was site. What i like about. This website is that it's very easy to understand and it gives you practical examples. You'll also learn about the research behind. Reading is very informative and after using it you'll be a better teacher because of it they give you examples videos. Ideas is just a great website. The third website is ed reports or and this is a great website. Because if you're a school is adopting a new curriculum looking getting a new curriculum. While ed reports does their review rate numerous curricula and going through their reports you can identify which high quality curriculum would be best for your school. It also has resources articles on how to adapt curriculum and the importance of high quality. Instructional materials because this is one of the most important thing that often gets overlooked in school the curriculum that the teachers used and the training that they receive does have an impact on student achievement. So this is a great website. If you're looking for high quality curriculum and you just don't know where to begin. The fourth website is a pick for educators. And if you ever tried to have your students listen to a book or picture book on youtube. I feel your pain. So that's why you must check out at paying for educators because it has the books you can present it in a visually appealing away and it is free for educators to sign up a has of variety of titles and again it when you're presenting it to your students it's visually so this is another great website for you to check out that. I know you will enjoy as a teacher and it will definitely help your students so key. Takeaways from this episode the websites. That are really going to help. You are achieved the core dot org reading rockets org dot org and at big for educators. Thank you so much for listening. Don't forget to check out the website teachers impact dot net. If you found this content helpful please share it favorite and rate on your favorite podcast up. Why because it helps to show to grow reach more teachers and have an impact on student learning. You can email me at teachers. Impact education at djamil dot com or. Follow me on instagram at teachers. Impact podcasts twitter at shannon murray l. happy learning and
A highlight from Learn English Live Lesson l You can learn English with Sarah- June 8th
"Everyone to join Please make sure to say hello in the comments before we begin so Yep make sure to post any questions in the comments. If you're on youtube or facebook go ahead and post it or just say hello and And then we will begin so today we are going to do a lesson about giving advice and asking for advice so you might hear some things you already know and i hope to give you some new terms and new. You can use all right. I see a lot of people streaming in. Hello hi hi. Thank you for saying hello. Thank you for commenting. Hello hi from mauritania very cool. Hello hello hello muhammad. Thank you so much for saying. Hello hello veronica. Thank you for joining the lesson today. High hussein thank you so much hello from bangladesh very cool. Thank you so much. Thanks for my great lesson. Thank you for being a great viewer. Think for joining today ali. Hi hi okay guys. Let's go ahead and get started. So i am going to share my screen and just like week. Today i will give the lesson at the end of the lesson. I have some questions for you to practice with then at the end will share comments. Okay so let me go ahead and share my screen. Hold on just a second okay. So you guys should be able to see my screen now. So here we go. Hopefully you can see my pt. And we're all set and ready to go so again. Welcome to the livestream today. Let's learn how to give advice and ask for advice okay. So let's get started. The first question that we should ask ourselves is what is advice. Do you guys know what is advice. Advice is an opinion that someone gives you about what you should do or how you should act in a situation in life. So advice is something we can give and something we can ask for. So what kind of words can we use to give advice. Well one tip is right here. In our definition advice tells us is one someone gives their opinion about what you should do. Or how you should act and indeed. This is one of the words we will talk about today. So who do you usually ask for advice. And have you ever given advice in english. So let's start our lesson with giving advice. So how can we give advice in english. There are many ways we can but today let's talk about four words four terms. We can use to give advice today. Let's talk about the
A highlight from #113 Sarah Tavel: The Value of Intellectual Rigor
"I'll describe what you see for the people who do scale the founders who are not afraid to be vulnerable they understand that they are works in progress and then figure out the ways to constantly grow evolve and push their own abilities and it's the people who aren't willing to admit to themselves or whomever they work that they don't know something or they're not letting themselves have that learning moment of accepting that they don't know something that they tend to just themselves back and not scale company scales Welcome to the knowledge project. I'm your host. Shane parrish this. Podcast sharpens your mind. But helping you master the best. What other people have already figured out. If you're listening to this you're not currently supporting number. If you'd like special episodes access before everyone else transcripts and other members only content. You can join at stop. Blog slash podcast. Check out the show notes for a link guest on this episode. Is sarah travel serves the general partner at benchmark. This conversation is interesting. Because not only is sarah an investor but has significant operating experience and scaling as an early employees at pinterest.