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Fresh update on "cap" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:54 min | 46 min ago

Fresh update on "cap" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"I think this all Watson has had it up to here. He wants to be elsewhere. Shawn want from will not be traded under any circumstance. You can take that to the bank. I'm just trying Watson. I'm going to make their family and I'm saying it's me or Jackie's to be. He's not asking them for much. You're looking at my opinion, at least three first round picks and another premium starter for I would even consider trading. So that's the question. He's 25 years old. He's in the prime of his career. He is disgruntled, unhappy and there will be plenty of teams, probably 25 or so to have that 25 year old in the full to be the face of their franchise. So what happens? How complicated is it? Great piece dropping on ESPN dot com. It's 7 A.m. Eastern, on the potential stages that would have to be gone through hoops that would have to be jumped through with Shawn Watson to move to any NFL team. It was all chronicled in detail. By Jeremy Fowler. ART ESPN National NFL reporter Great detail. I gotta early sneak peek at the story which you can see. In about 13. Minutes seven eastern on ESPN dot com Jeremy here with a quick little preview, a little primer to get us ready. I just heard John McClane say their and their little audio there. Jeremy. He's a Houston based writer. As strong as they come this plugged in, as they are saying, there's absolutely positively no chance. Shawn Watson gets moved. What is your reporting? Tell you It was even great to be with you. You know, that is true from Houston side they feel like Hey, we just did a long term contract with you less than five months ago. Um, we haven't really had in depth conversations with you about this. We have our secret trade request. You know, the question is, How far is too Shawn Watson willing to take this and talking to people around the league? They're Tauron. Some people think like they're gonna work this out. They have a good GM that they just hired a new kiss area. It might not be. He wasn't hired in the process by which to Sean wanted to see because he was told he would be involved, and he wasn't That's part of the issue. The other side of this, though, is that he has core issues with ownership when you have issues with ownership that might not be repairable. Depending on how the player responds of the next few weeks and months. But if he truly is set up that it is inevitable that a stages you mentioned go by, you know to Shawn's kind of ice and the team out. He's not talking to him. He's making clear he wants out. And then all of a sudden you're listening to trade offers. Until you're actively trading a player that we've seen this dance many times, and that's how this goes. Yeah, that is correct, Jeremy and when you think about it The contract extension was signed in September. But because of the way that it was structured, it favors the teams that are looking to acquire. His services like this next season, I think accounts for about 11 million, innit balloons to 35 to 39 million over those next two years. How does that play? In these trade talks. That could potentially come up potentially coming occasion. That's huge because the Texans have to take on the signing bonus money, so they're paid in $27 million or half months ago. They have two pro rate that on their books, so the new team as of now, unless there's some sort of dispute with the NFL Management Council. New team doesn't have to take that on. So he's a $10.5 million salary cap and cash hit next year, which is a bargain for even bad starters, a quarterback S so you take that on. And then there's the no trade clause in the contract that was put in by Watson and his agent, which it basically just says she needs to to execute a trade. He has to have written consent provided to the team. Without it. They can't make the deal. So the way this would probably go. If it gets ugly enough is that Asian would talk with the team and layout parameters ahead of time. Here's some teams we would go to Um, like we saw with James Harden a little bit on Lee. You know, it's a little more formal in this case, but that would probably be how this shakes out for old washed up. Why? Receiver? Got the Jets got two number one picks for me to Tampa Bay. I went on obviously, and did my part held the help my end of the bargain and help bring a championship. The temple. What is If they got to one's for this washed up receiver. What can they get for design watching his value? Hey, to one's is great value for a great player like yourself. But we're talking about a quarterback position, which has only gained premium exposure and important in the recent years, so People have talked around the league execs coaches, they say at the very least three first rounders. Everybody is unanimous on that. That's a starting point and not only three first rounders that probably a high pick. Which is why people are paying the Jets and the Miami Dolphins potentially to do Shawn Watson because they haven't you know the 2nd and 3rd pick, respectively, that could be used to get a quarterback. We don't know how a new G M maintenance area feels about this quarterback class because strongly about it. That would be a gravitational pull, which makes Late April, sort of a artificial deadline for a potential deal. Jeremy, which team is in the best position to Lam Watson from that asset perspective? You probably have to be the Jets of Miami, but I think that's why those dots are being connected by teams. I've talked to you, Uh, you know, they have a ton of calories except Seth Cap space. The Jets of like 69 million Dolphins 24 million, but they had a lot of young, exciting. Well, I shouldn't say young, exciting pieces in the jet set couple players, but the Dolphins definitely have that on. Do you have a lot of draft picks? You have capital to do it and still have enough to pick your own players, which would entice the team to maybe make that deal. One couple sleeper teams I heard over like Carolina. You know they can get out of Teddy Bridgewater's deal. If they have to. If they're not sold on him. I was expecting them to be real aggressive. In the draft to get a good quarterback. But maybe this is the play for them instead, and then Washington ISA team that A couple of people around leading mentioned not necessarily just don't walk in, but that they're gonna be aggressive to get the right quarterback in this offseason because they have 35 million and cap space, but they have a lot of young and treating players, especially defensive line. New culture with Ron Rivera Little bit, they think their time is now. One thing I would mention about this piece again about the drop on ESPN dot com at 7 A.m.. Eastern is how clear eyed it is. There's so many number cruncher aspects to make this deal work. But the way Jeremy is simplified, this is amazing. It's an absolutely fascinating piece of work, which, again it's gonna be the biggest story of the NFL off season by a mile and you.

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What to watch for the week of Jan 18

Geeks Under the Influence

01:05 min | 1 d ago

What to watch for the week of Jan 18

"Right for tv pages on monday. Fox has the premiere of nine one one and nine one one lonestar. Cw has the premiere of all american. Tuesday nothing wednesday. It's going to the inauguration of joseph r biden junior on on wednesday. So it's gonna be a lot of networks covering that all day long but the cw has decided to premiere riverdale and nancy drew on that day for thursday. Cw had the premiere of walker which is a remake of walker texas ranger and legacies. Usa network has a premiere of the rev. friday nothing saturday. Hbo don't let go to mir sunday. You have the afc an nfc championship games. Cw has the premiere of charmed and science channel. Is if we built it today for on line services. Netflix has call my agent and fate. The winks saga who has the sister. Prime has flak season one and jesse and nessie

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Fresh "CAP" from South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:30 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "CAP" from South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

"Brewing Company delivered 2000 cans of Kruger's finest beer and Kruger's Cream Ale to faithful Kruger drinkers and Richmond, Virginia 91% of the drinkers. Approved of the canned beer, which gave Kruger the green light to produce more. It was so successful Kruger's was eating into the market share of the Big Three. National Brewers, Anheuser Busch caps and Schlitz Big three soon followed suit and by the end of 1935 over 200 million cans have been produced and sold, jumping way ahead this week in 2007 in Beijing, China, the capital city of the planet's most populous nation. Gets its first drive thru McDonald's restaurant, fast food chains from foreign countries first came to China and 1987 with the opening of a Kentucky Fried Chicken. McDonald's arrived in China three years later. This'll week in 2009. After more than seven decades as the world's largest automaker, General Motors officially loses the title when it announces worldwide sales of 8.36 million cars and trucks in 2000 and eight Compared with Toyota's 8.97 million vehicle sales That same year. And this week in 2010 comedian Conan.

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Urban Meyer to keep health in mind as new Jacksonville Jaguars coach

Wendell's World & Sports

04:41 min | 4 d ago

Urban Meyer to keep health in mind as new Jacksonville Jaguars coach

"A jacksonville is the best job opening in the nfl. right now. they've got eleven total picks in the upcoming grab first round picks one hundred million dollars in salary cap space. They have the number one pick so all unless unless someone is as a complete and utter fool. that are going to be Drafting trevor lawrence. Whether number one. Pick and trevor lawrence. It's supposed to be a generational great. Come on man come on tomorrow to mark. Among on if sean con come on man is about time you get serious if you can go ahead and get yourself but yourself in the position where hey you know what. We've got a really good thing going here. In terms of the future we covered that bear. And we've got all of this to work with you know. How many times would love to be in that position. Already mentioned the fact in the nba raphael stone in general managers. In general in that league you ask them what would you rather have in terms of rebuilding program. All of these guys who say man. I'm a multiple picks a lot of salary cap space to go ahead and do my thing. Would you get that injectable even with a hard salary cap now. Jacksonville isn't the same as far as free agent destination as a los angeles or the bigger markets. But still you're talking about. The state of florida was no income state tax. You're speaking about ill a situation where you're gonna be working with a generational great quarterback possibly. Hopefully i mean there's a lot of things you have a really really good young talent on that team that a lot because the team one and fifteen but there's there's some ambers within the within the the fire that you can That you can work with. I mean it should be very attractive job for a gm but if a gm any worth of any you know any worth is going to go in there and you're going to be talking about. Yeah i'm going to be in charge of the roster. I mean come on man you know the next bill polian next ron. Woolfe is not going to be like yes. That's pretty good and then since you already hired the couch you gotta make sure that the coach in the general manager president of football operations are together as one as far the philosophy is concerned. And we don't know where myers philosophy because well. He's never coached. He's never coached in the nfl so he might have a philosophy all this kind of stuff. What is it based off of. It can be based on what he did in college because college in the nfl completely different animals. Yeah you might have a philosophy of how you deal with people in college. What when you're dealing with people in college. They're eighteen to twenty two years old when you're going to be different of course and you know this coming central tell you. It's a lot of different dealing with grown men who have mortgages who are building their brands. Who have kids who have other responsibilities lot different way. You work with them. Sure in a college situation. You are of the defacto you are. You are the maker you are the guy you are the when i say jump you answer. How high when i say run through brick wall put your head down and go through that brick wall inc a college. You can get away with that stuff in the. Nfl is not. You're not coach. Employees i mean. This isn't supervisor employees working together. This is a collective understanding in terms of where we're going so yeah you wouldn't have any philosophy and you can have. You can try to find players that are into fit that philosophy but how rigid is that philosophy going to be. If you're urban meyer in college will you can go ahead and you can recruit anybody who you want to. You can text. You can call and you can do all these things and you can go ahead and develop a relationship over the years so you can even have a better understanding it. This young man is going to be able to fit the philosophy that you have in college. You can do that shit and the nfl you can't and the nfl is a business. And if you speaking about philosophy you better think about the philosophy. A win. Because i used to do all that bullshit about. Yeah you know. I bring these young men into the league. And you know these guys are young and some of these come from underprivileged backgrounds and these guys never have a checking account before. These guys don't know how to do this and these guys don't know how to do that so for me as a coach especially being a black coach with these kids coming into the nfl coming in basically as kids even though there are twenty one twenty two years old. I feel it's a responsibility for me to show them the ways of live and the show them how to do things the have them grow and mature of by the time that they retire that they'll be able to have a foundation for them to be successful one. Football is over

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Milton sparks 76ers past undermanned Heat 125-108

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 5 d ago

Milton sparks 76ers past undermanned Heat 125-108

"Sheikh building came off the bench to the seventy Sixers Joel one twenty five one away win over the heat moguls gold level points toward a fourteen one run they gave Philadelphia an eight point lead after the first quarter total score the final eight points of a twelve to run that pushed the Sixers lead to seventeen in the second quarter eight thirteen to run capped by a basket by Tobias Harris pushed the lead to twenty five in the third Milton finished with a season high thirty one points Harris added eighteen Duncan Robinson had twenty two for Miami Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Philadelphia Eagles head coaching search tracker

Bleeding Green Nation

03:13 min | 5 d ago

Philadelphia Eagles head coaching search tracker

"Cody. Thanks for coming back on. I in the enemy man. How are you. I'm doing great great to be with you. I'm excited to talk some football absolutely and let's jump right in to the eagles. Coaching search here. Because more names get added to this list everyday to say that the eagles have cast a wide net would be understating it a little bit. You tweeted out. And i think it was either yesterday or today but as a recording. This on the fourteenth is was on the thirteenth. You tweeted out a whole list of names. We've got carolina offensive coordinator. Joe brady tennis offensive coordinator arthur smith san francisco defensive coordinator robert soleil tampa bay defensive coordinator. Todd bowles new england linebackers coach. John mayo kansas city quarterbacks coach mike kafka philadelphia assistant head coach do staley oklahoma head coach lincoln riley ohio state head coach ryan day. Cincinnati head. Coach luke fickle and more are coming each and every day and i know among eagles fans. You know we see this as a pretty dysfunctional team right now. We see this as an organization. That doesn't seem to know exactly what they're doing and we're skeptical as to whether or not a a really high profile coach is going to want to come here given the list of names here. Where are you at on this eagles. Coaching search as there really are just getting started right. Now yeah and we saw it just kellen more added today and obviously you know they're going to continue to cast the net and i think just in general. I think there's a little merit to the idea that you know when you compare openings. The eagles aren't A bursting with attraction just because of the situation. I mean Doug peterson clearly. If the reports are to be believed is is kind of worn down from from this run with eagles. And but i honestly don't put too much stock into this idea that they're undesirable because at the end of the day there's thirty two jobs. There's thirty two head. Coaching jobs in the nfl. We see guys in view with with teams like the jets and the jaguars every coaching cycle. Yes they sometimes have high picks so they sometimes have a lot of cap space but at the end of the day. It's nfl fell head coaching job. You can't tell me you know if you're joe brady and you're getting interest from all these teams. I mean you're not going to just not going to turn down the opportunity and so And eventually some of the spots are gonna get filled For me i mean i. I start for the eagles with looking at the offensive side of the ball. I know that's it's a big talking point. Jeffrey lurie with with you know really any eagles fan. That's been under or watching. Jeffey larry hires run. The team I i think really it comes down to are you going for You're gonna have to sacrifice somewhere. Because with somebody like joe brady even kellen moore. You're really banking on them. Being kind of an offensive mastermind and up and coming mastermind as opposed to this Person who's been around the league for years and respected and you know doug peterson even though he didn't have head coaching experience. Jeffrey loria himself talked about that emotional intelligence he talked about. Doug peterson former quarterback. In this league he had time under andy reid and so i. I think it's just a matter of where are they gonna sacrifice. Because if they go with robert. Sal the forty niners you're sacrificing. You might bring in a nice offensive coordinator with them but he may leave here for another head coaching job. And so what do they want. We're gonna find out.

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Meyer makes NFL jump, named Jaguars coach

Lance McAlister

00:51 sec | 5 d ago

Meyer makes NFL jump, named Jaguars coach

"Of the Jacksonville Jaguars out with a statement tonight, saying that former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer is going to become the next head coach of the Jaguars this coming season. This is ESPN is Adam Schefter. This is a team with the number one overall draft pick with right to draft. Trevor Lawrence. This is a team that has 11 draft picks, thanks to trades that involved Jalen Ramsey in Janek and God way last year. This is a team that has over $100 million in salary cap space in a year in which the cap is expected to go down, and it may be the best buyer's market for free agents that teams have ever had in Jacksonville's got all that room. It comes in a state where there's no taxes. Enticing free agents to make a move to Florida even more so than the ordinarily would everything lined up perfectly in place for Urban Meyer to make the jump.

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10 Trivia Questions on The Room

Trivia With Budds

04:59 min | 5 d ago

10 Trivia Questions on The Room

"We're going to jump in to ten questions. These were written by my friend j. rey from arizona. And they're all about the room here. We go all right. The room ten trivia questions. Let's see what you know about this bad bad movie number one. In what city does the room take place. What is the city setting for the room questionable. To what is the pattern on the gift bag. That johnny hans lisa at the start of the film. What is the pattern on the gift bag. That johnny hands lisa at the start of the film number two question. Three where is janis day job. Where does johnny work in this movie number. Three and question number four. What is lisa's mom's name. What is the name of the character that plays lisa's mom number four question. Five character named. Chris tries to kill which other character on the roof number. Five character named tries to kill which other character on the roof number. Five question six. What do the male characters in the film toss back and forth in several scenes number six the male characters in the film toss back and forth in several scenes question number seven which character trips and falls and then is never seen again in the film number seven which character trips and falls and is never seen again in the film and number eight. Lisa throws johnny a party towards the end of the movie for what occasion. What is the party for. Number eight number nine is a fifty fifty question. Is lisa actually pregnant at the end of the movie number nine and number ten whereas janis suicide gun capped at the end of the film whereas janis suicide gun kept at the end of the film. Those are all your trivia questions for today's ten question quiz on the room. We'll be right back in just a second to see if you got them all right. Oh hi mark. We are back with the answers to the room trivia. Tommy lasalle. I actually got to meet him at. La comecon say three or four years ago. And i think it was fifteen bucks. And i got a track jacket. That said least you're tearing me apart on the back of it and it was black and it was zipped up and i got a autographed something from him. Maybe just a picture from the movie and we got to take a picture with tommy himself. So there's a great picture of me and my daughter annabel just crying. Her eyes out next to a strange man somewhere on instagram or facebook. Or something if you want to go find it but yeah it was a pretty good deal fifteen bucks for a track jacket a signed picture and a picture with the man pretty good deal. Hopefully these answers were deal for you. We're going to jump into them right now. number one. in what city does the room take place. That is good. Old san francisco california san francisco although they don't really show much of the city at all. It's really kind of vague number two. What is the pattern on the gift bag. Johnny hans lisa at the start of the film that is leopard print leopard print bag number three whereas janis day job. He works at a bank again. That is not super clear. None of these answers or these tidbits are that clear at all. He works at a bank number four. What is lisa's. mom's. Name claudette claudette. She dropped some very strange news about having cancer in the movie. Just very nonchalantly goes up. And i have cancer like as nothing to do with anything. It's very bizarre number five. A character named chris tried to kill which other character on the roof that is denny denny has gotten himself in some sort of drug deal gone wrong or some kind of money scheme and is about to be killed but does not get killed that denny. Chris are on the roof number six. What do the male characters in. The film tossed back and forth in several scenes. If you've been to a live screening of the room much like rocky horror picture show people dress up as characters and they throw around. Football's that's right. Lot of tossing the pigskin. This movie number six number seven which character trips and falls and then never seen again in the film. That is peter peter. He's in the wedding. He falls playing football. I think and then by by peter number eight. Lisa throws johnny party towards the end of the movie for what occasion. It's his birthday number eight. His birthday number. Nine is lisa actually pregnant at the end of the movie. No she's making it up. She's not pregnant and number ten whereas johnny suicide gun capped at the end of the film. It's under a dresser under a dresser. Three keep it. That's where he keeps it. And those are all of your questions on the room if you are baffled and you listen to this and you've never seen the movie thanks for making it all the way through you owe it to yourself to now go watch it maybe twice

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Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

Wild Wild Tech

05:14 min | Last week

Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.

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House set to call on Pence, Cabinet to remove Trump from office

Lance McAlister

00:26 sec | Last week

House set to call on Pence, Cabinet to remove Trump from office

"To vote on a resolution calling for Vice President Mike Pence in the Cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office who is also facing impeachment for the second time on a charge of incitement of insurrection of the U. S. Capitol. The impeachment vote is expected Wednesday, the third highest ranking Republican member of the U. S. House, Wyoming's Liz Cheney says she will vote to impeach the president. York's John Cap Co. And Illinois's Adam Kinzinger are other Republicans who have announced that they plan to vote to impeach.

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New York will turn Citi Field into a 'mega' Covid vaccination site, mayor says

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | Last week

New York will turn Citi Field into a 'mega' Covid vaccination site, mayor says

"In New York City, opening the week of January, 25th. As the mayor spoke, he was dawning, a Mets jersey and baseball cap. It is amazing news, you might say, And it's ah, such a welcome moment. Starting January, 25th Citi Field will be a 24 hour vaccination site. The Mets organization has stepped up to the plate to help us out. Team owner Steve Cohen joined the mayor. He says he wants to do his part to help the community. Have think of any way that's more important than what what what this effort is. Citi Field is expected to handle up to 7000 vaccinations a day and all New Yorkers can come out, the mayor says. Even Yankee fans Julia Papa 10. 10 wins news. Well, folks don't need a study to tell us that thanks

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Chino Shoho Yuko Chino

Cults

05:06 min | Last week

Chino Shoho Yuko Chino

"Sixty nine year old. Yuko chino's hopes to avoid. The apocalypse were dashed when her followers were unable to rescue. The wayward bearded. Thomas chan from a tokyo river with the end of the world. Imminent chino and her followers fled to a mountainside road where their convoy stopped after several days of snarling. Traffic and headaches for locals police arrived and barricaded the group to monitor them on the day of their apocalypse. And hopefully past the authorities planned to keep chino and her followers under watch until the press and other gawkers moved on but as may fifteenth quickly approached. Everyone was on high alert. A minor earthquake struck. Tokyo potentially foreshadowing chino's cataclysm chino's followers readied their minds and bodies for a swift death. And then the morning of may fifteenth arrived. The group eagerly awoke to see if they could spot the mysterious tenth planet bureau in the sky but they were only met with some warm spring rain showers. They held their breath for the rest of the day waiting for monstrous earthquakes. But those never came and when the sky cleared up new bureau wasn't anywhere to be seen. There were no reports of disasters anywhere on earth. The world capped spinning pana wave. The science wing of chino's group immediately went into damage control mode. They announced that. Chino delayed the doomsday. For one week. Chino said the fearsome date was now may twenty second one panel wave follower rationalized. The lack of apocalypse by saying the gods and our chairman did not wish for the end of the earth. This is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. Please note the nasa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks greg when chino's date for the end of the world came with no fanfare. You'd think it might be challenging for her devotees to continue putting their faith in her but continuing to hold beliefs after a failed. Prediction is actually quite common. According to psychiatrist. Neil liser if a cult member had strong beliefs and sacrificed a lot continuing to believe might be less painful than discarding everything. They've stood for. He wrote the occurrence of a prophetic disprove. Rationalization must follow in order to assuage anxiety created by this this confirmation wiser even specifically wrote the this rationalization may take the form of an admission of the miscalculation of the predicted date. He said for truly committed believers prophecies cannot and do not fail even though pana wave postponed the end of the world by a week the authorities continued to keep a close watch on them. The public still had no assurance that the group wouldn't turn out to be dangerous in the vein of a previous called called omission. Rico ocean rikio scar japanese society forever when they released talks six seren gas into the underground subways of tokyo. In march of nineteen ninety-five that attack resulted in twelve deaths and more than five thousand injuries. Ever since then japanese authorities were wary and watchful over bizarre and apocalyptic religious groups in addition to any comparisons to option. Rico the actions of other cults such as heaven's gate toward the people's temple also left them on alert in the example of heaven's gate thirty nine cult members committed group ritual suicide the deterioration of the jonestown encampment of the peoples temple resulted in the deaths of more than nine hundred individuals. So after may fifteenth came and went the police nervously watched and waited to see what chino and her followers might do. Next tensions were high at the encampment as cult members who just been granted. Another of life continued with their daily tasks. The police and press marveled as chino's flock bother to do laundry and dane duties as the apocalypse approached. But they watched closely to see if there are any signs of a sinister plan. Most of the other bystanders were there for entertainment but some wondered what if chino was right. The old reclusive woman seemed so sure and her conviction spoke volumes the days slowly past and then may twenty second finally arrived but just as before nothing extraordinary happened. Chino's followers were disappointed but most never lost faith in their leader. The authorities hung around for a few more days but when they realized the group wasn't dangerous they lost interest and broke down their barricade.

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Brooks scores 21 points, Grizzlies beat Cavaliers 101-91

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01:01 min | Last week

Brooks scores 21 points, Grizzlies beat Cavaliers 101-91

"Dillon. Brooks furnished 21 points and the Grizzlies recovered after blowing a 16 point lead to beat the Cavaliers. Brandon Clark scored 15 points and Tyus Jones had 13 with seven assists and three steals to help Memphis turn its second straight win. Have center Andre Drummond had 19 points and 14 rebounds for his 11th straight double double to start the season. Dillon Brooks furnished 21 points and the Grizzlies recovered after blowing a 16 point lead to beat the Cavaliers. One on 1 91 figure it out. You know, in the last in the last couple possessions, um, to get stops, and then you know, to execute plays and with with write with a sense of good pace, Brandy Clark scored 15 points and Tyus Jones had 13 with seven assists and three steals to help Memphis on its second straight win. Memphis led 73 57 late in the third quarter, but Cleveland responded with the 2017 run, capped by Damian Dotson's basket was 6 43 left in the fourth to go ahead by three cabs. Center Andre Drummond had 19 points and 14 rebounds for his 11th straight double double to start the season.

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Illinois Senate Approves Bill That Could Expand Bargaining Rights For Chicago Teachers

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00:49 sec | Last week

Illinois Senate Approves Bill That Could Expand Bargaining Rights For Chicago Teachers

"Today, the Illinois Senate passed the bill restoring collective bargaining rights to the Chicago Teachers Union. Was bargaining rights been limited for the union since back in the nineties. Senator Dill writer Republican for Illinois is 55th district opposed the measure to restore says it'll give Chicago public schools teachers more reasons to strike. I've seen the prolific nature. With regards to tendencies of the Chicago Teachers union to strike before the 1995 locking the place goes up. But there's not another school district in the state that shows to go on strike more often. In the Chicago Teachers union, See to you pushes back against that says that wanted the bargaining rights back to help teachers put in place caps on classroom size and the limit the length of a school day.

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Brooks scores 21 points, Grizzlies beat Cavaliers 101-91

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00:31 sec | Last week

Brooks scores 21 points, Grizzlies beat Cavaliers 101-91

"Dillon Brooks furnished twenty one points and the Grizzlies recovered after blowing a sixteen point lead to beat the Cavaliers won a one ninety one brandy Clark scored fifteen points in Tyus Jones had thirteen with seven assists and three steals to help Memphis earned its second straight win Memphis led seventy three fifty seven late in the third quarter the Cleveland responded with a twenty seventy eight run capped by Damian Dotson's basket with six forty three left in the fourth to go ahead by three caps center Andre Drummond had nineteen points and fourteen rebounds for his eleventh straight double double to start the season I'm Dave Ferrie

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REMAP CAP | COVID-19 Clinical Research

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:21 min | Last week

REMAP CAP | COVID-19 Clinical Research

"In california's los angeles county. The hardest hit area of the country. Many hospitals have no more room in their intensive care units so even as vaccines are developed and deployed to prevent covid nineteen cases. The remains an urgent need for drugs to help treat those. Who have it on seventh. A study called re map cap which is conducted in england and other countries report results from clinical trials of hugh drax which are currently used to treat. A chunk of is our healthcare correspondent. Do you results which have not yet been period but will be soon are very promising. They show that these drugs can reduce the death rate among styles to barely. Ill covid nineteen patients by around a quarter. And why is it. That drugs normally administered for arthritis would be a help in covid. Nineteen so these tracks tau cillizza mab and surreal. Ma'am there normally used to reduce inflammation in patients with arthritis and inflammation is a big problem with covid nineteen. It's actually one of the ways that actually kills severely. Ill patients and what happens. Is that the body's immune system calls information. It's usually helpful. That's how it fights off an infection but with covid nineteen in some patients. Information just goes overboard so it has been surge going on for over year for drugs that can prevent a hyper inflammation and so far we've had on the one drug. A steroid called exa medicine which was proven to reduce dramatically death rates. And how did these two drugs emerge as good candidates them. So dixon mechanism dampens the immune system across the bharat was and surreal. Map are a little bit more targeted. They are both made the antibodies that block they affect of a specific protein called interleukin. Six that is known to stock. They mean response and has been particularly prominent in patients with covid nineteen so they're really targeting proteins. Which is a big problem material patients. And so how did we come to know that these two drugs are so good. At reducing inflammation the clinical trial enrolled eight hundred patients. Who are customized for covid nineteen. Who are all ill enough to require. Transfer this carry units in. The results are really striking in the group of patients who received the standard treatment. Which already includes dixon on a standard of care. Nearly three six percent died in the group that receives the standard treatment and then on top of it one of these two and inflammatory drags only twenty seven percent of patients died. So that's a mass effect and another very important. Finding from the trial was the patients who received these tracks recover faster. They were discharged from hospitals seven to ten days earlier which also is a mass effect because normally covid nineteen patients in hospitals for a very long time and so with that knowledge in hand. Then how soon might we see it. Sort of put to use and wear. So does eliza map. One of the tracks is already being used here in the uk. There already suffice. In hospitals guidelines for treating covid nineteen patients already been changed and it will be attracted will be used in other countries soon. I'm sure but unlike some medicine which is a very cheap drag. It costs a couple of dollars for a course of treatment. The cost of these hugh anti inflammatory drugs is an issue in britain of course of treatment. Which is intravenous. Infusion costs around one thousand pounds. So that's really expensive for developing countries and although in britain it's probably very cost effective because a day intensive care in hospital costs the national health service here around thousand pounds per patients so compared to one thousand pounds for the drag. It's a good deal to say nothing of the lives. say so. It seems that we are finding more more treatments. more drugs. more things that are already clinically approved. Is there more in the pipeline like this that can give us a bit more hope about treating covid nineteen yes absolutely many more drags which are being tested around the world sam in very large clinical trials here in the uk where probably around the corner of covid nineteen patients in hospitals are enrolled in one trial another. Some of these trials have shown that some drugs are not effective which is also useful knowledge because they are rigorously. Conducted randomized trials with very large patient samples. So you can be very confident in the results but there are several other drugs. That are still being tested than we may. Well find more drugs. We can add to the treatment protocols. Thanks very much for joining us

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Can You Pay Your Mortgage with a Credit Card?

How to Money

05:12 min | Last week

Can You Pay Your Mortgage with a Credit Card?

"Yeah so. Let's talk about matt how you could potentially use a credit card in order to pay for your mortgage like jen said. It's pretty hard to come by. We'll do our best to give you just a couple of that. You could potentially consider and interestingly enough you're more likely to find an apartment complex or landlord who's willing to accept credit cards for rent payment. Then you are to find a bank willing to accept a credit card for a mortgage payment for instance if your landlord uses a service like cosy. You can choose to pay via credit card. Although at the same time you're gonna pay a fee in order to do that and even the mortgage servicers that do accept them on the fee that they pay to oftentimes plus extra at the time of the payment so i do have one mortgage company that will accept credit cards. Nice but i. I can't i forget if it's two and a half percent or three percent need to go back and look so it just never make sense. It just negates the bonus from the car exactly right so and then another potential option is you could use the checks. Your credit card company sends you aka the convenience checks if they certainly will want you to start using convenience. Checks is what they call them really what they heart like cash advance checks and they're just not good for you because of the fees that are charged for using those checks they sent out to you and it's typically somewhere between three and five percent so again with those as well. It just doesn't make sense to use them in order to pay your mortgage and that's because the rewards that you're getting from doing so are typically capped at two percent. It just doesn't make sense to pay four percent to get two percent. Yeah sure unless. Amex starts categorizing mortgage payments as groceries right. Exactly six percent two percent spread but jin a roundabout way that we've heard of before is to use your credit card to purchase a money order deposit that money order with your bank and then pay your mortgage with the account that you deposited the money order into however the the problem there is. There's only a couple of money order. Companies who accept credit cards just Western union seven but even then another hurdle or the big fees charged by the credit card company. By the way. I like to get my money. Orders when i get my slurpee at seven and that's perfect combo. I don't think there are seven. Elevens around us are there like i don't see them anywhere near atlantic. Maybe in the burbs. We don't like near where we live. Yeah yeah but the the problem here though is A money order jen. You're gonna touch on this. It's a type of guaranteed payment right and so much credit card. Companies are going to treat that expense as a cash advance. And so because of that you'll be charged for it again in the in the three to five percent range so again this is another instance where the benefits you would receive would be outweighed by the fees that they're going to charge plus in this case. There's a lot of hassles. Well we're gonna keep coming up with option. Here's one more. Plastic is another Website that you could turn to. It's the one option that we know that allows you to pay a bill like a mortgage with your credit card and it's worth looking into matt. You've used this before when they had promotional offense but they don't have a professional offering the rate that they charge us two point eight five percent and so again the only time that it would make sense to use plastic to pay mortgage is potentially in the case that you need to hit a credit card sign up bonus in order to score what like six seven eight hundred dollars from the initial spin that you gotta meet with credit card if you're having trouble meaning it through other things that won't Charge you a fee that it might make sense to pay your mortgage with that credit card through a website like plastic at least just at once in order to make sure that you get that sweet bonus and basically the way plastic forks. Is that when you pay via their website. They then cut a check to the mortgage company. Nashville paper check. So that's how that's how it works. It's certainly an interesting service. And when they do have promo lineups matt. Didn't you at some point. Five grand and free money. Think so and so. This was a couple of years ago. I think when they first launched But basically they were giving away fee free dollars and so you had to spend limit in. Hey up to five thousand dollars. We'll cut those checks for you free of charge. And so i was able to like you said literally. I was able to hit a spend limit for a new credit card. Sign up bonus That i may not have otherwise hit but to be honest. I have not seen any other sort of promotions like that. Since then you are able to get fee free dollars by referring friends and so every time you refer somebody they use their service. You will then receive some feverish dollars but again. This isn't something. That is really sustainable. it can be something that maybe do once saying here to hit a spend limit but otherwise. It's not something that you can kinda regularly go to and so jen for you. It's probably just stick with those automatic. Ach payments and then. Just keep an eye out for you. Know maybe codes that plastic does put out there to kind of maybe less than that fee for at least a month or two of payments ultimately trying to get your mortgage on a credit card. It's just a lot of hassle and even if you were able to get to work out you likely won't be earning enough in cashback to to actually make it. Worthwhile might be more of a key hot pursuit or audit quixotic. Okay all right so yeah. It might be one of those things where you're tilting at windmills. You're pursuing an opportunity to try to earn greater cashback when you're paying your mortgage but ultimately there's just not a cut route that exists in order to help you do that. And score those cashback rewards every month without paying fees that outweigh the potential opportunity.

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How to get started on personalized journal idea

Side Hustle School

04:24 min | Last week

How to get started on personalized journal idea

"I have an idea for custom physical journal. And i'm wondering where i can start getting a created no manufactured or printed and Just those aspects of publishing in addition. They're away to legally protect specialized journals such as like a copyright trademark. I don't think trademarks work. But copyright for instance anyways they give all the help and guidance. You give the poor to hear from him dylan. What's up man. Thank you so much for listening. I hope the money tree is helpful. And this is an interesting idea. Interesting and also feasible. We've talked about a lot of journals here on the podcast. I need to like journal. Capped just because there's so many but the thing is there are a lot of journals because there's a large journal writing appetite these days. My friend had been sent me one recently called amongst mind that i'm looking forward to checking out but i feel like pretty much every month. Someone sends me new different kind of journal. Or i hear about a different kind of journal. So there's probably not an unlimited demand for these personalized customized journalists but it is a big market so there is a path all right. So if dylan wants to make his own. You know what needs to happen here. Basically everything that needs to happen falls into three categories design printing and marketing. So first of all design now for all of our desires out there. They're not going like to hear this but in this situation at least it's probably the easiest part of the process so dylan already has a specific idea for his journal. He knows what's going to make it unique or different. All he needs is a partner who can help him execute that idea and so if he doesn't have someone in mind i would look on upwork. Go to upwork dot com where you can find any number of qualified and reasonably priced candidates. Of course there's a process to it you want to look at people's portfolios and such make sure you're clear about what you need including specs and file types which connect to the next part of the process but first of all you need a design partner And you can find one and upwork if you don't mind already so second part of the process printing now here you have. A number of options might be best to categorize them geographically local national or international. So first of all it doesn't hurt to check with a local printer like if their pricing was reasonable than that could solve a lot of other problems for you. You just have a local relationship you can go and pick them up easy in terms of national. What i mean here is a company like printing for less dot com. I used to be a customer printing for less long ago. I have no other relationship with them. Technically they are local printer based in montana but their entire focus is on doing print jobs for customers all across the us. in fact they claim to be i. I ever online printer. I'm sure there are others now as well and what these national printers do is they typically promised better pricing an internet friendly experience that your local printers may or may not have and if you're printing a lot of journals than the third option international might be the cheapest be aware that this is also going to increase your lead time and add a lot of complexity to the process so you're going to arrive by container ship which takes weeks or months. You'll need to work with a foreign company or there might be customs or import duties. Your minimum order quantity is probably going to be a lot higher long story short there for your first time. I would start with one of the other two options. Okay now we come to the third category marketing right now. That's everything that we talk about here on the podcast. I can't just briefly summarize marketing and by the way even though this is technically the last stage of the process like you need to have a design need to have a fiscal product created manufactured printed. Marketing is something you should be thinking about from the beginning. you know. that's why a lot of these journals being crowd funded. The right crowdfunding campaign isn't just about the product. It's about the brand. It's about the message. This is actually where. I would spend the bulk of my time. Because the marketing the branding is going to affect the design. You know it's not like you start with the design and say how do we market it. I would kind of go the other way around or at least a line him and make sure they're integrated now. I think dillon also ask something about copyright. We've had a number of other episodes dealing with that in detail but the short version nair is everything that you make on the internet. Once you make your first prototype once you have the design. It's automatically copyrighted okay. It doesn't mean it's always going to be protected doesn't mean someone come along and try to copy it but that's something to deal with later if it comes up much more important. Think about what is this going to be. How am i going to make it the most amazing journal so that it can compete and stand out with everything else.

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"How long how. Much how many financial policy and medical experts are working on answers. Twenty four seven. What about public debts. We are listening to those experts. Twenty four seven effectively widening this cap with its programs. Because you want answers to what's the most important of trillions in stimulus economies reopening or the infections curved ending bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening capital of the world. Twenty four hours a day dot com on the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio tape. This is bloomberg radio the bloomberg brokers studios. This is bloomberg daybreak for wednesday july. Eighth twenty twenty coming up this hour as corona virus infection surge. The government ramps up testing across the south. The trump administration gives notice to the un saying. It's quitting the world. Health organization and the white house takes aim at hong kong with a push to undermine the city's currency long island begins phase. Four reopening today plus president trump pushes for schools to reopen in the fall. I'm michael barr more ahead. I'm jon stashower in sports. The ryder cup has been postponed and another net won't be part of the nba restart. That's all straight ahead on bloomberg daybreak on bloomberg eleven three. Oh new york bloomberg ninety nine one washington. Dc bloomberg one zero six one boston. Bloomberg nine hundred sixty san francisco sirius. Xm one nineteen and around the world on bloombergradio dot com and by the bloomberg business app.

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"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

Cap It!@Lindenwood

06:32 min | 10 months ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"Online for the very first time The Forty Eight Hour Program. Three Year Cohort based on and Dr Elder is teaching in the program. I have an. It's constantly reminded that it is a school of education doctoral degree it's not A Department degree. It's an entire school of education and it's going to focus on leadership and a are specific the very first content specialty of course going with his Kirkman instruction which is the foundation of everything we do in the school of Education. I think and so we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA stay with construction. But what are the differences now in this In this format we're going to be able to provide eighteen credit hours in curriculum and instruction so that's different than the current program that we have and were really going to dig deep and Bring up some different topics related to teaching and learning the Students haven't really worked with the war. We have some other instructors outside even school of Education. This time that are going to be teaching and It's It's it's really. I think a program that engaged students were going to be using the design thinking off framework as the research model. We're still going to include. The traditional research journals of quantitative qualitative methods by the students are gonNA walk through this design thinking process which is really just a human century problem solving process. Our students are GONNA walk that framework as they develop their research model and ultimately right there dissertation by Everything's apply Everything is Developed within the coursework only over the course of that three years. And so. We're really really GONNA help. It's going to be great for our students. That's that's the ultimate right Amazon's yes now. It's so fantastic. You've worked so hard on it and I love the interdisciplinary aspect of it. So much the creative courage course which I believe will be taught by Dr Bethany All rivers. I really WANNA take that myself. I I might. I might be a student in there. He doesn't know yet but I just might take that she has. She's south tastic. She is of course. Are the vice president in charge of institutional effectiveness pretty much takes care of all of our data here. It is Linda University and she's so inspiring central. Great Leader So I love that reaching out across the university because that's obviously a true representation of great leadership is not just keeping it within your own department so I think that's such a wonderful attribute of our program and just such a great plethora of course offerings. You know I think right now you know I really loved the program. We've been a part of developing. It's always just been such a struggle to really find the courses on critical. I'm an instruction I feel like. We've always sort of incorporated into different classes. Which is being able to really have that rich coursework in this new program is just so exciting. So it's looking at him. Yeah teachers you know. Our Faculty in the School of Education in curriculum instruction going to be teaching Christine. Norwood who is and who has who has with directly in invited her to teach because of her her background in the corporate world On she has led numerous initiatives it. Her previous context on leading organizational change. And you she. She knows how to do that and into bring to to be able to bring her expertise into the program. I'm telling you yeah. I think I'll be a student. Yeah right student. Success is above while auditing. These scores is here to me too. Wonder how we'll see. We'll see it's free spring twenty twenty one lots of work to do but it's GonNa hit our spring twenty twenty one. We'll see wonderful and what the end up to anyone. Who's listening or anyone who knows someone who's listening in they're like Oh. I know who might be interested in this program? What can someone do who Who's interested in learning more about this program at this point? Sure you can email me directly eleven at Linden. What but you can also Shea Sneh in admissions knows all about it now. She has replenish Ichi conversation. So she's fully up on everything. The admission process is going to be a little bit different But we're working through As details right now and So yet she she can talk all about it so emissions or you know me whatever. Yeah have any for all your work on this. It's just fun you know so. Yeah well I just WanNa say we're thinking about you out there. We really are it is. It's a tough time hard to wrap your head around it it really really We're thinking about show and we are no if we can. We can do anything. I don't know what that is but We would love to hear from you and just let us know how you guys aren't making it work out there. We love to hear from you about that yet. Email us your stories what you're doing. How are you staying motivated? How're you know keeping it going? During this time we love to share your stories on our next podcast awesome. That would be so fun. We'd love to share those if you have if there's something that we can talk about on her show that would be helpful to you. Whatever we could do please email us. L..

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"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

Cap It!@Lindenwood

10:11 min | 10 months ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"It kind of just reminds me He kind of just get back to the whole purpose. Chino insane kind of kind of re calibrate everything and refocuses everything and What really is important and we. We did a big Face Tigres facetime chat the other night that everybody together. You know my daughters my daughters in New York which is really scary Yeah yeah but we got everybody together in my sister and denying we all just gone just had a big now facetime. Kinda SORTA talk. It was great with the grandkids and it was really a lot of fun it was. It's just another way and I do think it's like I think children are learning like that. There are other ways to learn. There's it's just not about school Gino. Saying it's much bigger than that right. I don't let me just like what you talked about. It doesn't have to be sitting at a desk and Going through that structured day. I say that because I wrote this down. I'm a believer and I know you are too now out antique learning and have opportunities out there. Yes absolutely absolutely. Yeah and I think for our doctoral students you know. I think they're probably all over the map too. You know. I have a few. That are really taking advantage of some of the time that they have right now right. So some hand wringing and hair like I'm GonNa take advantage to just really get a lot of work done and I have others that. Are you know they've got kids at home and they are? You know they're they're now off track. Shammond. It's it's okay like what we're talking about. That's okay and I think it's you just have to get on what you can get done during this time and I think you just Kinda have to if you can make yourself schedule and nearly half all yes very helpful and it's you know when the kids are you have kids home work when they're working you know and it's okay to say you not to the kids you know you've got your set work schedule. You've got your set dissertation writing schedule. Your class schedule. You're still taking classes. Yes and I think we've talked vow on the show before the pomodoro method. Have we talked about that? That twenty five minutes in. Yes he did. Yeah Oh ledger number that right right. It's in that great. That's great for kids too. Because if you're telling your kids hey go do an hour of math. That's that's not good for them. That's not good for you. If you're like I'm going to go do an hour. My class work because ashes to law that. If you say go do twenty five minutes in math. Because that's what Doro method is is twenty twenty five minutes of working to take a break. Just get yourself those increments and then reward. Go outside take along. You know play basketball with your kids. Whatever it is you guys to bake cookies you know. What is it that you treat yourself? Treat your family and it's the same too if you're finding yourself about supreme time don't sit down and work from nine to three without a break like you still need to give yourself bro. Yeah no yeah now. That would be hard. Ain't good practice anyway. Just good aren't just. None of us should be sitting at our desks. Being right right The research says you know four hours of straight sitting like smoking cigarettes in. It's not healthy for us. Just not and Getting up and doing something else is a great idea right right and that's such a good point you know because our world has changed doesn't necessarily mean. The good practices have changed. You know so. Think about how you learn best and the schedule that works best for you. That doesn't necessarily mean that you can't still make that work you know if you're you work best in the mornings really. Try to make that work for you. You know try to work again. You've got kids at home husband's at home. Really try to work to say. Can you get into ten in the morning? You know and that maybe you still have to schedule some time to work late at night but really trying to think about what works best for you and since we've all switched to online learning you can. I know that's a huge for some. That's just a huge shift now. I'm very fortunate here because My Courses Already Online Cyber Louisville's already teaching online so students that I have were already in that mode. You know so even even the other course that they took that head ago online. Already kinda sorted in that in that swing of things you know but if you never taken a course online and perhaps smarter students have never taken a course online understanding. Give yourself patients to To learn how to maneuver that you know and and now it does take discipline it just all around us but this entire degree yes. Yes so You know you could treat it just like you know I'm GonNa go to class. I'm physically not gonna go to class but I'm GONNA go class and so I'm GonNa get online and I'm like what he said. I'm GonNa Send Twenty Twenty five minutes doing the work in then I'm going to go off. I would assume some classes are still Meeting at their regular time just online right right and at. I have a great quote here that I found about this move to online education. That says this is. This is not a test of online education. This is a triage situation of survival. Entailing an emergency moved to distance or remote instruction Anti Batman because for classes that had to move to online. I thought that was a great point of this is it. Oh let's see how online learning works. You know let's see. Let me see how my class in her. Yes take. You know. It's like I thought that was just a great perspective because it's No. We had an emergency and we did not have a choice so I think it's important to keep that in mind with a class that is now online ob- yeah you're exactly right. You might have class. Sound Meeting Online You know at the same time to just facilitate things right. You might have a class that now ever all the documents whatever. It may be man. I think everybody's just kind of do the best they can't and if that's not working for you let your instructor now you've got to raise rocketed point. Good point and go ahead just going to say is alternatives. You know we also we'd been. I'm not with a couple students. You know about the whole issue of trying to balance right. Now I'm teaching now. I Miss Student in doing my work from home. You know trying to solve that. That's right away and we've also had a couple of issues about uploading documents or videos that are submitted. has alternatives and. We're not going to sweat the small stuff on this. This is where I of that phrase. You know. We're not going to sweat the small stuff. Just you summarize you know if you can summarize what you were talking about or you know. Just send me a summary of what it is. I mean it's okay to now we're just kinda gotta go with the flow club exactly. It's okay it is so hey it'd be honest. Isn't it all came out? We forget that idea. It's always okay. Absolutely it is yes. Always OKAY TO BE HONEST. And it isn't time of compassion. You know I think we all need to be compassionate of other and patients and Yeah just you know I. I think we just need to really think about Especially with our with learning online. It's think about how is this working for you? And it's just so different from those courses that were really built for an online class. You know especially all the work you're doing his do. Edb Online you know. You're not that I'm not always thinking it's God's fault purposeful. It was really thinking about. How would this class work in an online format? You know it's just it was very You know very well thought out in really thinking you know what is the purpose of Cisco at the Program? This is all online. And that's just just so very different from what is happening now. So it's really having to keep those lines of communication open and not that there can't be problems with current online classes or anything like that but it's the purpose of it is just very different from what it from what it is now so absolutely yeah we keep that in mind we speaking of a new online program there is at its end. It really is exciting. It and it's it's it's going to be different in many ways.

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Cap It!@Lindenwood

05:41 min | 10 months ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"Dr Right now on the straight and I fun. It is good. How's everybody out there? The question I think I am thinking about everybody out there and how they're all doing. Yes yes it's important to do check INS with everybody and make sure everybody's doing well and keep fed emotional On this in during the trying time a absolutely I know. Gosh we've been receiving so many wonderful updates from Linden Wood and Benefits Department. Here I mean they've just done an outstanding job of sending all of these resources on On just you know hanging in their mental health is critically important during this time and I don't I don't think you think about that. I mean I know spend too much time thinking about it but Yes about it's really know that that's a really good point and Yeah our department has been really great with lots of tips and resources on how to stay active during the time when it's really hard to get out or try to find motivation to get out supposed to get out the question. I think you're exactly right. I how it's hard. It's really really hard to stay motivated and You know you have really like. It's like peaks. I I don't know about you but it's like oh I wake up really on how right everything and I do get a lot done in the next day like what happened. You know what I'm saying. Those yes keith. And kind of valleys in production. I don't know why that is. It's so true. Every day is a little different is some mornings. You may wake up to this going to be a good day in the next morning. Might be just a whole different animal. Yup well for so many of our listeners. There they have well like yourself. I mean you're trying to juggle working from home teaching your children At the same time. If you're not an educator that can be equity significant challenge yes we really can and I had I think about my grandkids are doing. It's Great Zoom with their teacher which is really helpful right ads. But my daughter's educator nor is my son in law so you know. They're trying to do their jobs from home now in trying to do that and it's champion can be a real challenge now. They're they're certainly a lot to balance right now with Yet like you're you're talking about the out like we have. We've got a nine year old and a twelve year olds. We got third grader and a sixth grader. And Yeah Absolutely. The teachers have done a really great job of building online platforms especially in a short amount of time and Yeah I feel. I'm an educator. My husband's in educator so we feel pretty good in what we're doing but You know I I certainly know most parents out. There are not in the same boat and it can be very overwhelming. It can be very overwhelming for everybody. And I think it's just Alexander time in letting things go you know and I know the teachers here My boys teachers have done a really great job of letting everyone know that you know if it's a day where they just get a little bit done that's all right you know and it is. It would be great if if we kind of some of these things that we're all learning like that like you know. Just let it go rhino and but I think before this has happened I just can see for myself. It's really hard to do that. You know it's it's really hard to just let mart. It is hard and and I think it's important to remember especially with children and adults too is think about all the life experiences that kids are not necessarily talking about The crisis that's happening even though that's part of the life experiences of children are learning now ended adults. Think about all of the life experiences. Kids regaining if he you know especially if you can incorporate them into your daily lives into whatever you're doing you know so parents that are doing yard work. Have the kids do that with you? You're you know you're doing all those home projects right. Had the kids helped him. He 'cause that's such a learning process to you know. Maria Montessori said the monetary program was to continue into high school. That if kids should be on a farm. That's what a monastery highschool should look like so really not. Think about that for kids and those doing that they might not be you know on their computer from nine to three or have enough to occupy them but what can they. Do you know out riding bikes looking at birds asking questions. Those wonderful learning experiences. You know having time to talk you know that this family time is thanks. Roger Abs- I absolutely.

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Cap It!@Lindenwood

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

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Cap It!@Lindenwood

02:54 min | 11 months ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"Site like this is where. I retrieved it from but now it's just like not needed like now when you see that Web addresses. Oh we got it. We understand what this a Canadian or whatever lie I love that. That's being taken out because I always thought that was just such a waste of tax petite from. Yeah I just remember reading that over and over again. Yes this good money. You got to worry about Oh also I saw the inclusion of multiple authors so this is actually an opposite of conciseness. Apa So in the The source that I saw talked about how this is kind of reflecting the rise of Academic Co authorship. So you might note that too as you've been researching I know all of you listening or you know consistently reading pizzas from databases. And you might notice that may be an earlier articles maybe some pieces from two thousand and ten or even two thousand five or even before that you might see one author to author now articles. That are two thousand nineteen two thousand eighteen. Currently you might see more and more authors. That's more common in today's time so APA seven is reflecting that by saying if there are I believe Up to twenty names you can list them all whereas in APA six. You only listed seven. You're right you would use the ellipse if you remember. I remember our six. You've use a Web Susan. You listened last my my own now. Ap Seven is allowing you to list up to twenty now. I believe that's only on the references. So obviously in your citation you would still use that at all so yeah. If you're a first author is begins you would just use wiggins at all sound like you're using twenty and the citation but that's That's has a new chain. Yeah that's a huge chain. Yeah yeah so I guess. Those that Seventh Eighth Ninth Tenth Author. Were just getting pretty frustrated with always being left off the reference list. Maybe I'm assuming ed I'm doing some assuming no but you're probably right about that. Well here's another one. That's related to authors. Is that the INTECH citation for works with three or more authors is now shortened in at the very beginning. So now you're GONNA USE AT AL. Right right from the get go. I didn't know that. Yeah the INTECH citation four works with three or more authors is now shortened. Right from the citation. I have to remember that because because even even that change. I know what I'm doing my reading now. I'm not catching because I'm so used to US having Having it the other way.

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"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

Cap It!@Lindenwood

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"Do i agree disagree there other research out there that that would completely say this is like no way off track but it's really take putting on that critical pair of glasses yes and looking at it so so on my tip is to this week is just to make sure that <hes> that you look at the readings that you are gathering from that critical collins i i completely agree and i think that's such a great point. You know its literature review. It's a review yes so <hes> you are. You're doing exactly what you just said. We're not asking you to look at the scholarly peer reviewed pieces in say uh up these are all fantastic and i love them all and they did the study and these were their conclusions and i one hundred percent agree and good for that no it's the these were their conclusions. What do you think yeah what what is missing missing. What do you think are studies that now should be done right and really what what you want to do is read as much as you can before developing your study because that's really where you're finding that gap yep you're right. That's and you know we we understand that there. There's a time crunch and you. You're walking into this program saying you know i have a passion shen for literacy third grade literacy or elementary literacy will you we we get we love. We love that but you really wanna be breeding as much much as you can and i know that that's a passion of yours and that's something that you've always talked about before. You say here's my study. Because how do you know that there is a need for that. How do we know that mm-hmm that hasn't already been found out exactly you know if there's something i always think of like an intervention or or maybe like an instructional strategy and you're thinking about researching ching that in new questions about it well my gosh. Just go out there and read about it. Yes chances are you might already find your answer this exact guess what there's no way in looking at it and there's no reason looking at it because here's the answer right. You're right now. It means so when you never a'research something that there's always already exactly exactly. I you know i have a i had a student. She graduated <hes> mea bain dr bay water and she you know she works in libraries and i remember when we first started on her study. You know it was one into reading with the kids and as soon as we start to which i know i can't do that because we all know that when kids read that's why we can't do something about got like we can't do summer reading club and you know that's something that she wanted located like. I can't do that because we're where am i going to do with us. We all know that submarine clubs great again though the kids reading the summer is gonna work exactly what what am i gonna do with us. You know so there was really nothing to investigate. Got it so you know. We ended up doing a pause for reading which was wonderful. I remember her talking about that because because there was there was really nothing about guess we know the dog's. It was really nothing about research on that program itself. You know the lot of the loving a lot of the lead but there wasn't any real concrete studies but that was the way that we went because really no research out there but yes book summer summer book clubs yes but that's kind of the a great way to start thinking..

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"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

Cap It!@Lindenwood

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"Tell me about the difference and i did and so i'll just share with you what i what i shared with her <hes> if hugo the e._d._s. route it will not give you administrator certification the e._d._s. that educational specialist degree. Many people get that degree agree to get administrative certification. Yes <hes> some people already have their admin cert the author masters with initial certification than they can continue to pursue the e._d._s. to get superintendent certification event super super tip certification but we also at one time offered the e._d._s. in instructional leadership which did not have certification certification with it. We actually had a number of e._d._s. Degrees with all these specialized certification like mass certification literacy certification not certification. I'm sorry but math <music> specialist by our literacy specialist expertise expertise in that's pissing. That's that's a wonderful way to put it so we have now phased out out all of those and now we just offer the in administrative however this is the one time only to now get an e._d._s. in just instructional instructional leadership and you could say your specialized area your emphasis area would be. I would say whatever you're getting your dissertation now that that's not going to be on your diploma but that's what i would say you walk away and whatever you've been doing your research and whatever your focus has been is. That's what you could talk about for. <hes> your e._d._s. to interview for a job or to stain your current job to sail. What's what's your e._d._s. And that's what you could discuss so oh <hes> but because we have faced this degree out that's one of the reasons we can't continue to offer this <hes> as an option because not for you know and we're also students who are currently in the e._d._s. instructional leadership <hes> without certification you today are finishing up that program as well so i right but yeah. That's really important for everybody to know that that's no longer in austin yeah. I'm not sure that gets out yes yes. That's a great point but it really is no longer an option yes. Thanks thanks for saying that will yes. Thanks for bringing that up. Please reach out with questions. We know that's a lot of information information. Yes and i would say <hes> e._d._s. immediately. You know when you look to print shop positions. <hes> people looking for different things you know. Sometimes they want someone with a doctorate. Sometimes they want someone with a certification. Sometimes they want someone with an administrative certification vacation. They don't care if you have a doctorate or e._d._s. They are looking for in the strait of certification. Sometimes they're looking for someone with experience so it it all depends i would. I'd say it's it depends on what you were looking for. What you're looking for to get out of the program for us as we you know we talked about on this program liam. It's not about walking away in just saying i really have to get my doctorate. Why do i have to finish right after you know even with the yes. I have to get the cds. You know what really has to be about learning you know and i i think about my kids to think about who's trying to wiz wiz druce flash cards of windsor homework. It's like it's like what are you learning ratchet. Slow down slow down. I'm so slow now right because it that's that's what i think i think in in learning never stops and if you look at going back to school kind of getting off track but really so yes. Do you think about going back to school aw it's it's about the learning experience <hes> it's. It's not just about going sitting in class checking that box checking that box okay. I've got this class done this done and that i have this exactly and you just want the knowledge psych right now. I'm i got back. Yes yeah because i really want i'm into plant based eating and and so i've gone back to get my certificate in plant based nutrition bought. I'm not necessarily going for certificate..

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"cap" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"cap" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

"Now. We're just waiting for <hes> who the draft picks are and how free agency shakes out in the trades and everything else <hes> we'll see what they do in the draft but you who <hes> you did not get to the charity softball game the other day i did not i did it was <hes> it was an experience vk verse the raiders i got to see a lot of i was very impressed with how bad some of the swings were but how much power they had like their pro athlete so even if they haven't swum swing looks horrific. There's some guys mashing the ball. I said jonathan marsh salt nice little homerun showing yeah <hes> but i thought the most noteworthy first of all the raiders <hes> in a game where each run was worth a thousand dollars to charity intentionally walked player with the bases loaded it was jose can take playing for the the golden knights intentionally walked with the bases loaded when the charity gets a thousand dollars for every run respect. I mean just win baby. It's the raiders i the raiders philosophy but that was a little bit questionable vont perfect the raiders <hes> who clearly looked like he wanted to punch the girl that was pitching hitching during the homerun derby. Turn it off. She i in fairness devante perfect. She was struggling but i also think her struggles had a little something to do with him. Standing there like basically threaten her pleats right like come on guy is a charity softball game like what are we doing here. I mean even for hard knocks. Save for the hard to handle with him. I'm i'm kinda with them. 'cause like i would be very frustrated if it's a timed event and she can't get the ball over the plate like come on. Let's go. I gotta i gotta get some swings in here <hes> but that was something i thought the only real significant things it was all fun and games and charity and everything it was great. <hes> everybody drinking everybody on the field drinking the revolt seven five training dale. All the layers were drinking it. He was drinking one in his glove. Love in the field that was a good move had a nice move right. There also had one when he was running running the bases at first base <hes> so everybody was out there sampling but eric howlett the plate again eric allah who missed basically the entire season played and we got to see him test out the surgically repaired knee. So where do we think the nights actually bell on this when eric hollow enough to george mcphee like hey. I want to play in this charity softball game you know. I don't think they were happy happy now but he i'll also say this <hes>. I think this is okay. I mean on on the field. I'm kind of debating like what you heard on the field that you can say whatever i was on the field outstanding near eric how after he hit his inside the park home run which he actually got around the basis pretty well after he scored. It was kind of welcome back to the bench lake. You know that kind of testing like okay. I think i feel like he. He seemed like he was okay but i did hear him talking to some of his teammates <hes> <hes> over on the bench and he said yeah i was. I know you're supposed to hit it. Get a single and then get a pinch-runner. I don't you know i kinda got caught up in the moment and so the plan certainly wasn't for him to try to leg out an inside the park home run. That was just a competitive thing where he's like. I'm going for his next at bat. He did stop at first base in which probably could've been a double stopped at first and then had chance pinch run for him. Which probably was the better move. I think that they're they're much more happy with him. Not running on and let the chance potentially tears a._c._l. Then eric allegation injured again but he looked okay though that good for him you know good from those shown up for obviously a good cause but yeah i have to imagine just george mcphee and climate criminal just like clenching their fists as he goes for second on a inside the park over and then used <hes> the the runs scored was an extra thousand dollars for charity so you got you gotta do if i mean the raiders are going to try to take away money by walking people like you might as well try to get money went scorn on the inside the park home run but that was a cool vets. If for those we're out there. I'm sure you enjoyed it. If you did not go they might try again next year and maybe put some more restrictions on some of the guys running the bases but we'll find out how that all plays out with the golden knights lost in the end they did. They did suffer a comeback win. The blue lead not used to doing that. I guess but ooh as soon as deep too soon. I know he's still got the sharks. Were booed at the awards last night so i don't think fans have forgotten that is true <hes> but yes the the comeback for the raiders as they get victory crowd really didn't seem happy. I think the crowd forgot. The raiders are also las vegas team. <hes> they were very much on the side of educa- and against the raiders in that game other notes that we should get to before we wrap up here we talked last time. We're hearing about the chicago wolves. They're run in the call. Their cup playoffs they fall short short <unk> lose in the final to the charlotte checkers always always a dangerous opponent the checkers you gotta watch out for this checkers <hes> hilarious bit of symmetry here with the <hes> wolves losing in the first round of the playoffs last year making it to the final this year and losing five games whereas whereas the nights made into the final and lost in five games last year and then lost in the first round this year wow really weird. You know i over lapping. I don't know what the right word is. Not a half mode your. I'm really a bad to check your dreaming about the beaches of kansas city awesome great tan. I'm gonna come back looking sell great. I don't think that's true. I don't think there's a possibility of tanning in kansas city. I can still great run for the wolves even though they fell short charlotte was the best team in the n._h._l. Pretty much all year finished with the best regular season record but still obviously a great proving ground for guys like cody glass nick haig who i talked to them on the phone specifically keg before the final and they really seem to be enjoying that whole experience in that team. The early seemed to on together to go on that run so i think if you're the nights that's only positive experience. It's not the stanley cup playoffs of course but it has playoff experience science. They they're battle-tested. They get extra games and cody glass wasn't up until the very end of the season so you really didn't get a whole lot of experience at that level until the end of the year and we'll see how that pays off for him as well well. I think i think it's very valuable <hes> the experience that those guys got in in a championship type of setting and we'll see how that plays out as we said <hes> last couple of things free agency about to kick into full garin again. We don't know how much room they're going to have under the cap depending on what kind of traits that can make us right now. They have no room to really do do anything. It's all about kind of figuring out how to restructure with gustav carlson and figure out how to get there but there are some guys that were going to try to find out about two yeah. We got stood. William carlson restricted free agent. He's probably rubbing his hands together. After kevin hayes deal use have a restricted free agent. Jimmy schuldt who they got at the end of last year as a college agent a restricted free agent. They need re-sign. They've got a couple more restricted. Free agents like tomasz <unk> sudan. They have to make decisions on and then of course the unrestricted guys derek. England is gonna play another year. He says he wants to play another year will win the nights be able to find some sort of agreement. That might be tricky. Especially with the cap situation same with peer edward belmore unrestricted free agent are they gonna have room under the cap to be able to add a fourth line center. Are they going to have to spend so much money in their kind of probably higher priority areas where they'll be none leftover from brand peren carpenter also unrestricted free agents. We'll see see what happens. There is important now that even though they are over the cap right now are they still got david clarkson's contract five point two five million dollars once they place him on long term injured reserve than they can exceed the cap by his cap head so they can go over the cap by five point two five million dollars. That's it helps. They still have a lot of work to do to be able to probably resign all the guys they want to yeah. There's definitely some <hes> some maneuvering and some creativity ativity by the golden front office to try to get some of these deals done. We'll see as you mentioned. I think you know the england. Situation is very interesting because he seems to want to be here and you wanna play again. I and i don't know how he fits.

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"cap" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

14:58 min | 1 year ago

"cap" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

"Podcast presented by s._d._n. Sports mobile from stations casinos so we appreciate them. We appreciate you it. Is that time to jump right into the golden knights off season for you and i didn't ask you how you're doing because i know how oh you're doing your great because you were at the award show last night. All the stars are out. You know alex trebek's. I saw alex rebecca. We was like five looks good by the way in remission currently looking pretty good to hear jeopardy james was there you know jeopardy. You know we could do the whole podcast on jeopardy james. I i'm obsessed with jeopardy james as a jeopardy contestant fascinating his awkward also very fascinating to me. I find him just endearing because he's so self deprecating and also because he changed his profile picture to weird weird al yankovic iconic music video. I lost on jeopardy saw. The immediately endeared me to him. He was there jon hamm was there of course keenan thompson doing bits on the mandalay bay events center stage even get to the biggest celebrity yet another. You mentioned keenan. Where do they find cal. I that was awesome. What has he been. I'm doing but hey we do. They got john krasinski in jennifer fisher of skype to do some bits for the opening video. That was awesome to see. Jim and pam fight gymnast eaten peanut butter on his couch lamenting. The bruins lost in the final. I will also say that a gym bringing roy to game seven epic news is one of the greatest throw in in sports history. I was blown away. It backfired hard. I mean they lost. I don't think it had anything to do with the loss. I don't know it's tempting fate out. He was trading on very dangerous ground. I'm just happy to see jimmy roy. We'll hang out. Bury the hatchet. Be friends again. No pepper spray involved hopeful very much in the weeds of the office right now but that's okay. That's the office is a big story line in the in the finals but a fun award show last night. Maybe not the best four mark stone though the in the fiji case star one of the really the only nominee for major award last night from the golden knights did not come through he did not win. The selke did not break the streak for wingers not winning but certainly a fantastic defensive season for mark zone. One of the best defensive forward leaks aren't when he was voted the number two yeah i mean he led the league takeaways with one hundred twenty two. That's the fourth highest total in history and even if he didn't break the winger drought he was still the first winger to be nominated. It'd be a finalist since two thousand seven. He finished the highest. Anyone has ever finished as the runner up <hes> since two thousand and three and so i think it was still a good showing from him in an award. It's really tough for wingers to crack just because centers are just considered the position that requires more two way play they obviously obviously take faceoffs and honestly he lost to a pretty good player in ryan o'reilly who has been just an incredible week best week ever prob. He was was like over the moon at the podium after winning that award i mean he's got a fantastic beard. He already had that golan from but still want to point it out. Helps the blues when the stanley the cup after scoring goals in like four straight final games which is incredible and he got out of buffalo got out of puff low. That was this week but certainly legit. Let's say i was starting to lose. My love of hockey. Playing in buffalo said it was real sad but it's a good turnaround story wins the consummate as playoff m._v._p. And of course wins the selke trophy so i think it's hard to argue that rhino rally wasn't deserving. He certainly incredible player but he did have a lot a lot of high praise for mark stone afterwards so i think we should listen to that right now. See.

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"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

Cap It!@Lindenwood

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"We want your here it is what day is today. I'm so confused. It's may twenty. West. It is Wednesday. Okay. It's hump day has gnarly. We take on Thursdays. But it's so crazy around you some of the, there's lots of changes going on, so welcome. Welcome to cap it on a Wednesday. You know cap. It is really has a strong mission. And that is to increase the transparency that has everything to do with e doctoral students and completing the dissertation. So yes, that we're so excited. We're on the road. Today. We're on the road out of off. That's really awesome. Because it looks really crazy right now even under construction. So excited to be out of there and in the Larkin in the writing Wayne center with Atta leave. It is a beautiful writing such bad wonder if he would see some really snazzy furniture coal cheers like. School. So welcome Susan. How are you? Thank you. Hey. A little bit about yourself and how you. Well. I. I started out. I got my bachelors in mass communication, at northeast, Missouri state university what it What was. it was. The Truman state. Yes, and it was there were a lot of very flat gray days. And so I did mass communication minor in English in secondary. Because my goal was to teach high school journalism advertising. Along with English. And so I did my student teaching and it, it didn't go as well as I planned. So I thought, well, that's okay. I can work on my mass communications. So I worked in the communication field for five years doing marketing research. I did focus groups and. And recommendations? And, and then I thought you know, I need to go back to teaching I'm a firm believer that teaching is a calling. And if you don't answer the phone.

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"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

Cap It!@Lindenwood

15:12 min | 1 year ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"Rewind welcome capit- as you all know, already, the reason that we have captured is to increase the transparency of everything that has to do with being a doctoral student in the dissertation. So today, Dr elder's here. Yeah. Here we have a very special guest, probably a lot of you might have already worked with. Are you have definitely seen her? I bet you in the lar- director of reference services. This is Nancy the scene yet. First time that you have on camp it. Right. This is my first time. I'm excited to be here. We're really half the view here. Yeah. Nancy came to my camp three class and she was fantastic. I wanna of our listeners. I know this is wonderful and put a name with a phase out saying, that's visited you visited our Eady's six seven hundred two and I've been used you child. I. Yes. Yes. And you can always see me around the lark because where I am always on the move really. Really? Yes. Why don't you just start off by Thomas a little bit about who you are some of your responsibilities here because everybody might not be familiar with your actual formal role dessert? I am the director of reference ervices. So I get to do a lot of different pieces. I do some of the things that are traditional for a reference librarian, like hope students with whatever question it is, which sometimes I feel like I just get to the person that listens. And then the students come to their own conclusions. And then, like I just needed to say this. I'm just the person thought about this. And the light bulb just turned on only I love that. Look on a student's face of basically coming to their own conclusion, nor that moment of seem still be. So I love that. But I also get help point people in the direction of what, what resources are the right resources for you. So there's always kinds of best databases for a particular subject, but that doesn't always this early. Mean it's the best database for you. Sometimes your area is outside, maybe that scope see sometimes have to think outside the box, and that is what I love the most is when a student is like I have used all these database that are listed, and they come in and like I just can't find anything it's been a hopeless. I said, well have we will? Let's just think of something us so let's start piecing it out, and I show, a different database and suddenly have thousands of results, and they walk away like yes. Just things don't feel like you hit a brick wall, come Escalade, bring in, we help with that, so that I think, is my favorite part of you later helping students kidding having that lightbulb moment. You know I love that. But I also get to do some, some of the administrative things so assessment of our resources to make sure we really are the filling the needs of the university. So we look at new researches. We look at.

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"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

Cap It!@Lindenwood

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"Everybody welcome to another issue. Tap it. We are so happy that you're here where actually in capstone three this week, deductor. Thank you so much. Yeah, we're on the road is right and Spelman. It's beautiful is changed so much now. Oh, the admissions office, and wow. So different epidemic services financial offices are here. So it's really exciting. And we have a special guest show, Monda Owens. I am so excited that you're here. Yeah. The purpose of let me just remind everybody about the purpose of cap it, and that's to increase transparency among all doctoral, students here at Linden would university, and beyond because we are definitely beyond this campus. So that's too,.

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"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

Cap It!@Lindenwood

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"I everybody I am here with Dr elder for another issue of capit- as you all know, the purpose of cap, it is to increase transparency with everything that has to do with dissertation, all, I think we've got a pretty interesting topic today. What do you actually really excited about today's show and happy Valentine's? You're right. You're again, it is the most remark day of the year. No, but it's so important to celebrate. They. Oh, that's awesome. Thanks. Right. Well, you know what? I how did this captain? You know, I love to read, and I pick up lots of different things, and I picked up this book called thirteen things, mentally strong people. Don't do by Amy Morin, and as I was reading this, and some of her ideas I thought, whoa. I think some of these are applicable to the day to day work of our doctoral students. And, you know, I'm not big on negative like you know what do you don't do? I kind of sort of like to think about it in, you know what should you do? So although these are certainly ideas from her book, and I wanna give her credit for that we of put a positive slant on though. So that's where that's where these ideas are coming in. You know, we're not psychologists that's right. That's right. Just a warning. But just sort of a way for us to apply. These ideas to the to the dissertation process to the program. Exactly. Are. Okay. So let's start off number one. Yeah. Okay. Number one think positive. All right. Don't waste time feeling sorry for yourself. This is a big one. Yes, is the big one and I have seen this in action, right here, haven't you, Dr absolutely. And it's really hard. You know, things aren't going your way you thought you had a really great chapter one. You thought your perspectives was perfect. And then you get the feedback. Many things to fix. Oh my gosh. Sober well-meaning I just can't do it things overwhelming at home. And it's just I don't wanna say it's easy to focus on the negative. But it certainly is easier to give excuses than to fix the problem. It skews. Oh man. That is that's a lightning rod word for me, is that you know, if you find yourself starting to make excuses for yourself. And then you have to number one ask yourself why, why am I trying to make an excuse for not doing this, and I no longer interested in my no longer as as engaged as motivated. Maybe it's your topic. Maybe your topic you originally thought it was. You know how this is really my thing, but now you're finding oh, it's really not my thing. So now I'm coming up with excuses, not to do my work not to do the lit review. I don't know. I like this. She talks about how you can make a conscious choice to focus on what you do have versus what you don't have and control the outcome of void being a victim. Oh, yes. Exactly. Exactly. Void being a victim in. That's exactly right. You can only control how you were spot. Exactly. You can't control how other people are going to respond, but you can control how you respond. So if you're going to respond away of well, that your opinion or well, I'm just not gonna do that, or I just don't have time to do that. Well, what is that going to produce? Is that going to get you anywhere? You know, for saying, so but if you respond with more questions, if you're not understanding if you were putting the work in that's going to be more positive energy, that's going to produce more work, and your. The people who are giving you that feedback are there to support you any that feels. They're not support. You bend feels differently. Ask them questions. Yes. Speak up. Yes. Speak up. It's okay, which leads Ryan do two twos. All about holding onto your power. Don't give it away. We are all very extremely powerful and I don't think we give ourselves and opportunity to realize that we're a lot more powerful than we think. And I know that sounds really simple. And I know it really does. But it is simple doing this work simply about making a choice. You just have to choose to do it the old Nike. I mean you just gotta do it, right. Yes. And I love this number two talks about choice. Can I think that we often forget in life in on the journey, and our dissertation? Whatever we do we. We have a choice. So often your students say, I have to get this finished this week. I have to defend the semester. I have to. Don't you have a choice you? This is an attic, Neil power..

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"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

Cap It!@Lindenwood

15:50 min | 2 years ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"Welcome to cap. It man. Is it called outside? Oh my gosh. So called, we're here in Rome or to eleven and so to do other podcast and we have a really great guest today, elders going to share that information in just a second, just to remind her were all about transparency in the doctoral program. So don't forget to send us your questions on the turn it over here to Dr elder. Thank you love Levin. We have a wonderful guest a graduate of our program, Rachel Morgan is with us today. Rachel blender. Especially coal. Thank you. Yeah. Humans uri. I'm sorry. I have to laugh, it is cold. I will give you the but in all tro is much worse. North. My brother actually sent me a picture, and it was what negative eight as the temperature. But it felt like negative thirty seven yesterday. Oh. What we have been totally s you're so, right? My brother-in-law is in Minnesota. And they are the same way they may come here. We think it's cold and they're like, oh my gosh. This on vacation. Yeah. Right. True. True. Range, please. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Well, I, I wanna they decker in Dr elder for having me. I was really excited when they ask me because I should've known you had this podcast really excited to like it jump on what? What people have to say to thank you for having me, allowing me to kinda share my story to my background, actually, I have a behavioral psychology in criminal Justice undergrad from western Michigan university. I wanted to give it to be clear from Sunday to the lentils. So I actually did some undercover work for years. Know that about me.

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"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

Cap It!@Lindenwood

10:42 min | 2 years ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"To cap. It is the end of the holiday season causes are going to start on Monday. But here we are. We're ready to start another semester and we're real excited. Just gonna remind you the purpose of cap, it is to increase the transparency among all of our doctoral students here Leno university. So welcome back Dr elder. Nineteen. Oh my gosh. It's crazy. It's the fine cars. They're funny. They're coming. What's his name is designing right now? Right. Who? Who? Okay. In my lifetime. Yes. Yes. Yeah. Sure. Shirley in Europe. Yeah. So what's new, that's our topic today. Do you like it? Do you like my rhyme? I love I love it to steal it. I love it. We do so, yes, we're gonna talk about some new things for the semester. So one thing I wanted to start with was, I was perusing the library main page is I often do when my. And I thought. I noticed that the library has a many presentations coming up the semester, which I thought was so great. So make sure I will share those with you. I know I idea either, so fantastic. So you can check those out by going to just Lynnwood. And then clicking on the library under ACA dimick's. But I'll just share some with you, because many of them are very hopeful to our doctoral students so tasked yet. So one is created in presenting a poster that's gonna be on January twenty fourth at three thirty to four thirty so many of, you know, when you're done with your dissertation, when you're working your dissertation, you can go presented a conference, which is another presentation. They will get you will want to create a poster absolutely to accompany presentation. So in a lot of students, I know I didn't know when I presented a conference which I did. Right, when I'm wrapping up my dissertation, which was green preparation for my defense. I couldn't agree more. Excellent. Absolutely. Because of the process of, of creating that. Oh, yeah. Sitting here thinking about what to put on there. Was such great preparation, and then actually presenting which I did in like March in the night. Did my defense in June? Yeah. And it was just it was great because I give a five minute presentation. So just thinking about everything to say where I was I can't even say that enough, but that I just think that'd be great wanna go to. And I mean obviously you could do a poster for your defense. No one's saying that you have to do a bike. I I'm clapping. I'm here. Cloudy, and I don't even wanna say PowerPoint I think that's one of our restricted words in this room. I'm you can't see me right now. But. No. Not on now to say that. I'm okay this is a great one keeping track of your references with ref. Works January twenty eighth from three to four o'clock, ref works excellent way to keep track of your sources, it is. It's fantastic. It is. And actually, the librarians are kind enough. I didn't tell you this. They are coming to my capstone three class on February fifth to give the same presentation. So if you are in capstone three no that, that you don't into go to that presentation library, but other students definitely check that out because it's just great. If you were using the databases, if you're using Google Scholar, if you're using premature anything, there's a way for you to click on ref. Works, automatically sage references in AP style Osias. Double check it. You have to be in an online database, no matter where you are us. All right, there and the Kahlon Aksu to Microsoft Word when you're done. It's fantastic. Love it. How to present at a conference, February fifth three thirty to four thirty librarians are also presented capstone three on February fifth right after that. So they're doing how to present conference in ref. Works capstone three that night again, so kind of them. But just excellent information for doctoral students who are, of course, wanting to present a conference, I mentioned earlier during your dissertation work yet. After of course. Yes. So. Yeah. Right. Info. Just a few others that you might be interested. In gateway writing centers association conferences, all day on February ninth Photoshop February twentieth. I'm going to this. I just want you to know I see their photo shot of always wanted to know how to do their to, to use it way back in the day, you know, way back like nineties. Right. So it's got to be a little bit different now. I'm just assuming I'm excited about that great. And this one Super Bowl so last one March twentieth archival tips for photos papers memorabilia, so it's really great to know especially we have so many pictures and pieces that we wanna save and save tort computer snow, so many of us have printed photos, and we wanna make sure that they are saved, you know, for the future, so pets. Why? Great. So Greg libraries doing that. So check that, man. Thank you. Dr Allders those are also fantastic. You're right so many. I mean, there's a lot of resources here. Wonderful resources and, and. Wow. Libraries really offering a lot of things that's cool. Yes. At all, of course at the lark. So when we say, library, of course, the lark on over there and check those out my said, we're info the library page. That's awesome. You know what? Here's another change that has come about some students might know about this, because they've probably already completed this process, but those who maybe are just beginning their perspectives, and have not made it all the way through yet. You know, that wisdom in the past took a look at everybody's perspectives in gay some feedback, and then at its for made and that it was sent back and it was approved. Wow, we have shifted that just to the chair and the committee. And that's a wonderful thing. Yes. Only because, you know, that's your core support group, and they'll be signing off on everything all the way from your research, designed to your final paper when it submitted on, and then they really are the key players at your oral defense. So we really linen would are I don't, I don't know how to say this, but. Increasing the importance more than ever on the role of the chair in the committee members working as a team helping you earn your degree and have pleased the dissertation component. So I'm really excited about that. And now instead of going to Dr wisdom initially when you have your perspectives completed you will pull your chair in committee together in make a perspective presentation. Yes, and lots of questions are asked and any clarifications that need to be made or made. Right, then, and at its then can be made and your committee can check those, and then it goes, deductor wisdom. After your committee approved exactly in it's, it's just such a wonderful process of, and, you know, when when I've had the presentation so far with my students, you know, it certainly has more casual experience, but I would say it is sort of like a mini defenses were expecting you to tell us about your paper. Tell us about your purpose to rationales, you know, feel confident in the research he'll competent, your methodology. So that's something that we didn't have before, you know, students were communicating with me, as their chair or music, many member in were all just communicating via Email. And, you know, I talked with us on the show before, sometimes when I'm that share I feel like sometimes we've gone through the approval. And I'm like, oh my gosh. We totally forgot to the committee. So this is a great way to make sure everybody's involved. You're right sack Levi. Everybody's giving feedback in its at, you know, the presentations, I've had so far just been. Really great to rent gotten vital information from committee members myself Bennett committee member. She's been great to say, you know now that I'm hearing you say out loud wind. I have a thought, you know, when I was reading on the paper, I have I was thinking, that's now that you're saying that, you know, let me say this out, and it's just right into get that collaborative process. Exactly my Newark, collaborative the Bennett has ever been before. So that's a really good thing. And the final copy, of course, you know, Dr wisdom is how the director of graduate studies. So your final copy gets sent to her. Yes. And you have committee members that are may be out of town, or they're really busy. Maybe it's a superintendent. Don't worry. They can call in presuming on Thursday zooming next week. I two perfect perfect. So don't, don't let that you don't panic or anything like that will always work something out. So and actually, I had. One scheduled at the last one, I could make it and they recorded it for me. And I was able to listen to fun next thing, and then give my feedback that by so there's always something that can be worked out. Certainly don't let that you know put any fears for you. That's the presentation. Yes, rage. Awesome. So classes, Knicks we Monday next week Tuesday. Yeah. So as we talked about, I teach capstone through tightrope Winslow, and we are in Spelman thirty five. So I say that because capstone experience students are always welcome to come to them three so those are suits who've already taken capstone three continuing to work on the station..

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"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

Cap It!@Lindenwood

14:52 min | 2 years ago

"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"From Romer to above Ed. And this is really a lot of fun. Because today guess our special guest is it's Dr elder. We sell through to have the opportunity to interview Dr elder, and why am I interviewing Dr elder because she is in charge. She is in, you know, special yard listeners out there. There are some of you who are just about ready to take your comprehensive exams, very exciting. So we're gonna give you a little heads up today before the, the rescheduled practice session. Yeah, it was supposed to be last night. But the snow. Faye whether people were accurate. The prep sessions, rescheduled more. We've got we got two dates. Oh, just in cages. Snowpack lifts comes again. Monday night coming Monday from five thirty to seven thirty still need to get a room so be on the lookout and Wednesday morning. Oh, that's That's good. a good idea. Exactly. Because many people are off on Wednesday with labor for thanksgiving. Yes, idea, you so from either eight to ten or eight thirty to ten thirty, so I'm still kind of feeling are the people who signed up for the complex him to see what time were expense to that, by the way, if you still have not signed up to take the companies in, although but you are ready to take the complex and please Email me, our elder at Lennon dot EDU a set because you do need to be signed up. You wanna check with your adviser that you're ready or you do come to the prep session, very important to cell. Right. But what makes you eligible to take your comprehensive exam great question. So you wanna make sure that you were done with all of your course work in the program, besides capstone three because one has the complex, Ben. You can take strong three so very important to meet with your adviser. Go through your transcript, make sure every course, has a completed grade make sure that you don't have any incomplete s- that you are all set to go before signing for the coming. Sam makes perfect sense. Also, I know many of you might have had an adviser change media, Dr long Dr Stewart in, you might not even your new adviser is which is unfortunate. I know. So make sure you check your portal in the upper right hand corner, say your visors, if you don't have when assigned to you, which I hope is the case, but things can happen, make sure to call academic services. They will let you know and getting contact northern adviser and say, hey, let's sit down Gober my transcript make sure money too, and it's never too early to get ready for next semester. So, you know, you need to take comp exams in the summer because they are offered in the winter. So now, now an. And in the summer, so you can take capstone three in the fall or in. This is a good idea. Right. Usually in August. Right. I think I review are usually they're held in August, right? To warmer. Yeah, exactly the extreme heat in the extreme cold is win, not big answer offered. Okay. So how, how long does this process take to take the comprehensive exam? Is it a quick? No quick. Great question. So are complex. And this year is going to be offered on December eight. Okay. We have the room reserved will be lark three. Oh, nine from eight to twelve actually includes in the length of Lardner. Yes. Over the summer, d'etre administered. The exam in a moral arts building is great. It was great. The students were awesome, awesome. But I think his problems with some of the computers, there, little older women overnight in maybe. Yes. So the lar-, of course, are beautiful Brennan, rand building. So hopefully more luck more computers to choose from definitely on through nine. So although we had the room reserved for four hours, you actually only have three hours for the exam. They're two questions on the test in Oregon at word that in a minute. So we recommend budgeting in our and a half for each question now we're not gonna stop you after now and a half or question one, right? Broccoli about the timeframe that we give you in this year. Dr vote has been a guest on our program. She will be administering the exam. So I do the prep session me along with two other scores do the grading rather than Dr vote will do the administrative exam to sort of keep me at a unbiased scorer got. Yeah. I think that's really important in Israel than you really don't know who is who's taking it who, who you're looking at, you know, exactly because, you know, as you administer the exam, you're looking over the shoulder of people might be helping someone with a computer and even though no names on the test. Everybody has their own code. You just never know. You just don't want anything to, you know, I think. I remember he wrote this paragraph. I don't want any of that couldn't get. All right. So what is the what is the format how many, how many questions how do is it multiple choice? Is it all, you know, open response? What's the format? Yes. So there are two questions on the exam in. They are SS. Okay. Yes. Many people are surprised by the format in that it is fashioned after the superintendent exam. Now those of you who are higher. Ed those of you who are emphasis in Andhra go, gee, those of you who are not who twelve please do not be afraid in say. Oh my gosh. I am not superintendent focused. Please tell me I'm not gonna pass. No. The reason the test is fashioned in that win. When I need fashion in that way, is there is one leadership question. Data analysis question was before the complex EM were these many open ended questions yarn hick so many to, to answer. But the this is more in line with the standards of leadership program. It has a rubric that is followed. It is a content assessment. It has nothing to do with being a superintendent alka. Yes. Exactly. But you can, if you are becoming a superintendent, you certainly can make the subject of how you answer the question. But when we do the practice session, we do look at the superintendent tests. Oh, okay. As our discussion. Okay. But. When I send out that practice test I make that known. Don't run away. Oh my gosh. Why am I take a superintendent test now? But we do use that as our mouth. Yeah. Okay. Sure. Sure. But you are to answer almost like a scenario tight question. If you will. Oh, good. This is what is happening. How would you handle? It has a leader of an application limit of application. Right. Asclepius application question. We certainly want you to pull from what have you learned here at Linda, what have you learned in your ship program on how you would approach this and definitely think about your in. We know certain everybody's in different places show as with earlier Sherpur some have finished their prospectus summer waiting on approval summer just getting started on prospectus. Meaning we we know everybody's in a different places far as their empirical study. But at that point, you know how to put an empirical study together. For this leadership question. Think about how would you use research? How would you use a research design process to answer this question? Oh, nice. So yet, there's, there's things that you should put in there in terms of Euboea leader to answer this question soon. So I think on the practice test it talks about gifted program criteria because again it is superintendent tests in one eighty two. Reevaluate it. Okay. How are you gonna go about that? Hannah leader as, as a leader, would you maybe take a qualitative approach you don't you one of these send out survey to parents teachers? You wanna go look at other gifted programs laris, right? It's up to you. It's up to you as a leader wrecked. How you went approach it. You wanna pull in any quantitative data? So it's. But it's however you wanna start it, it's really that open. The data analysis question again on the superintendent test, we are looking at LA scores. Social studies scores up for EMC data. I also have other scores we will for the other fields. So we have so many like professional development hours. Other types of numbers to get you will have the same option on the complex too. So it's not just achievement scores. But you have the Senate yet. How what are you gonna do what are you gonna do? And it's again it's up to you. It's up to you. So we want you to write, obviously, of very well structure to essays for both as a have from, and we go through those for the prop sessions. So very important to attend the prep session. Oh, I can't imagine. Why would you not want to attend at -solutely? Oh, wow. And I have heard from students in the past doctor elder yet. How beneficial attending prep session has, what's in additional thing to do? I understand how busy everyone is. But really you provide some really terrific inside on ways that you can just even just take the assessment like you know, when you got it, I remember, you know, students are connect, what when you actually get the itself in. There's ways of, you know, maybe, you know reviewing the questions I taking some time, right? It's okay to take some time. Maybe create an outline absolutely. You know, you decide which question you're gonna answer. I begin with. With with thinking about it, and then creating an outline some of the students did that not it seemed to me like that seemed to kind of settle things down and not be. Yes, you know what I'm saying such a tip. I don't you know, absolutely. No. I love that. I love that in. I, I agree. Thank you for that. And I think by coming to the prep session, you will have no surprises when you come on. Testing like you're like what is this your like I knew this was coming? And, yes, take the time you will have time Gran outlined think it and I love that just because it's question one, you don't have to answer it. I you can answer the other one and to really think about yourself as a leader, the type of leader, you wanna be it's not just taking the test to. Oh, gosh. I really hope I pass the no, it's, it's your chance to really talk about yourself as a leader what you've around really interesting aspect. He I love that because I mean, every you can almost use this as a learning experience, yourself, kind of reflective activity. You know if you were actually faced with this situation as. As a corporate leader as building leader as a leader in higher education. Okay. What's the plan, one of my going to do exactly, and I can't really great, you would think, oh, gosh. She must get the same response hotel, actually, the coin. Vichy are quite very, they're quite there in. It's always refreshing to think about the different approaches students take great yet, actually I can't stress enough how important it is for everybody to attend your session. We're not going to give all clues away. Yeah. Here. Exactly. And also, what happens at the prep session, is you will fill out your registration form Ray assume he will it will not be turned into you pass comps, but many of, you know, this, I think the capstone three is on Tuesdays from per twenty five tonight. Cloudy, only so once you pass comes that will be turned in once everything's cleared with your transcript as well. Because I get those streets here adviser out your adviser can get those for that. But another reason to come to the prep session because we take care of that, all that work as well. Okay. Well, you know what I cannot let you go today. Dr share guest without infamous, t-shirt question. So think about the cops now. Yes, and you're going to send a message to all of our country dance. Okay. On that, t shirt wearing it. Everybody's wearing it. So what would that be a home? I gosh, I would say you know what I'm gonna take something from. The character education that many elementary schools us, okay? Drummer. I would think about. The leader in me. Make the leader in me when you're thinking about your complex. He have a great thing giving holiday. And happy thanksgiving. Everyone out there. Happy thanksgiving thankful. Yes..

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"cap" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"You would technically called in as synchronous experience where you're going to go home, and you're gonna do fifteen probably going to the same fifteen problems at home practice at new problems based on the not to close. You're gonna come back and I'm gonna give feedback on that problem solving. So I might great all your papers. I might do pure, parent shares board something you get feedback on your work, and then you rinse repeat, take a quiz. Ticket test methods. There's more to than essentially what we did. There's I met this math professor teacher meteorologist at community college. She started teaching mathematics in an entirely different way. Actually, she teaches the same way. She's always taught. Lessons sample. She's really good at it. She shares funny stories she's got anecdotes the different teaching. She captures the sample problem, she solving in video and post that online, so students can watch that sample problem dozen times. So that's, but her classroom looks exactly what she changed her homework instead of giving kids fifteen problems. She gives every one problem and these that called explain everything.

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