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Antonio Brown's Probation in Truck Driver Battery Case Terminated 1 Year Early
"Speaking of probation. Yeah, terminated one year early. He settled the criminal matter he had with the moving truck driver. And so that's done and my dude is off probation, they say, completed 100 hours of community service. So underwent 13. Weeks of anger management training lived with Tom Brady. It seems like things are better for air for Antonio Brown. Would you remember at the depths of those things? I got to the point where it's like you can't laugh at this anymore. It was scary guy like mental not taking his mental seriously enough, but apparently figured things out. A guy wants to win another Super Bowl, which
WSJ Columnist Jason Riley Explains That U.S. Produces Crap Schools, Often in Democrat-Run Schools
"He warned us decades ago. If you are going to create generational poverty, you have to make it really hard for low skilled workers to get a job. If you can't learn skills, you're never going to get a job. If you don't have a job, you can't learn skills. It's kind of a circular loop of poverty. If you have no education. Because you've been subjected to a terrible public school. You know, I said this morning on my podcast. We are really great at productivity of producing one thing sadly in the United States, and that's crap public schools. We have been excellent at it, and it's something we shouldn't be good at. We produce more crap public schools than just about any other o E. C D country. You know, I read an op ed piece by Jason Riley in the Wall Street Journal awhile ago years ago. And I'm pretty sure the data here's accurate still, that there are 20,000 public schools or public high schools in the country. Just 2000 of them are responsible for producing half the dropout. If you're black, you have a 50% chance of sending your kid to one of those schools. Think about that for a minute. 50% chance of sending your kid to one of these dropout factories. If you happen to be black and American, we accept that. Why? Why do we do that? Why do we accept that Because Democrats are on those cities. And they're compassionate. How compassionate is that teaching kids how to fail. And then when they failed, not letting them get a job because you said, a minimum wage so high they don't have the requisite skills that they can produce that kind of value for a company. So they never get a job because, as it's been set off in the real minimum wage is 00. That's nothing because you don't have a job. Third part of the stool, of course, is welfare. You have to pay people not to work because our new motto is Get your ass to work. The Democrats model. His work is
Pops Worst Kept Secret ft. Emily Warren
"Need to start with one of the worst kept secrets and pop music. The secret is most artists. Don't write all their songs. That's emily you're hearing. We met up outside her house. So you'll hear some yard noise in birdsong when she's talking very. Few artists are really in their bedroom like playing piano and writing the song by themselves. That's really uncommon. They cooperate a lot of their songs. Almost every artist outside songs and it's kind of like a no one wants to know that. What do you think us so taboo. I think like the idea of an artist is meant to be like. They write their own songs. And it's all like coming from their heart and their story. It's like you wanna see the artist name on there. You want to know that like. It's really their story in their words if you're connecting with them there's probably a lot of reasons why people work with songwriters. Could you sorta unpack some of those. Why the songwriting community so essential to pop music. First of all artists have to wear like a million different hats. They have to go on tour they have to do pr they have to do brand partnerships ed to do photo shoots like an artist schedule is like insane and generally they'll have like a few days here and there to squeeze in going into the studio and actually making the music song. Writers are writing every day of the year. So i can write three hundred songs and then be like these are my three best ones. I'm going to send this like you know it's it's our odds are so much better because it's all we're doing and actually even artists who right most of their album are mostly doing it with writers people who can push them in a certain direction and help them come up with lines and like nine times out of ten. I would say it's a collaboration. But there's also gonna be like a creative benefits right. I'm curious from your perspective. Like do you write differently on your own totally solo than you do when you're writing with other people hundred percent. I started as an artist. So i came from a place where i was like. I'll never rate with somebody else. And then as soon as i started. Breeding house like whoa. This is amazing. Like two brains can come up with something one brain cam i can throw something out and then co writer can be like. Oh what have we try it like this. I wonder if we do this. And that collaboration. Which obsessed with i just think is amazing and a lot of artists have like a writer that they work
The History of Zickos Drums with Wes Faulconer
"Let's talk about. Bill zikos the inventor founder of the company. Who this this was in kansas city. You're in kansas city missouri. So this was kind of in your The suburbs around you correct right. Yeah i mean. I like i said before. We talked in the past that you know. There's a become a dual city. Missouri may metropolis was also kansas city. Kansas all the big suburbs round on the kansas side or really kinda sub bird's still kansas and missouri. That's where he kind of Selden at an early to mid sixty s. We did a lot of teaching. But the couple of big schools school districts they're like shawnee mission school district and with the school band and he composed that they played and bills egos also work with like little percussion sambas backgammon. The schools had lots of students and they even did like sometimes halftime shows at the candidate. Chiefs games back in six known everything so Hello thing invented kinda like Like four five drums sets together. Did like you know Have a chat ethic of his later on what to impeach Casey conservatory was as it over there over there a lot. Too and Would like take breaks solo tank at the middle motif going everything but may i bill though was most big band drummer. Give Man in a couple bands as well and we came back into city in strip in fulton missouri. Which is at too far away from their. That's great so obviously. His background like you said as a performer. I'm sure he was like tinkering around with drums. But he so you said. He was building some kits for his students. Right was that those were not acrylic though at that point. Right and Yeah that's how i know of know. He had like a little small angry taught drum lessons at i. The shop was mostly drawn in half. The shop was a guitars and other musical instruments and resilient to sonar drums a lot and originally That's what he was. flame for. Eating of course Drums but I did ask him would you. I think of the cleared drums near everything clear drums. It'd be cool. And he said late fifties where he told me that one of the first things i heard he started doing what he was ordering. We needed solo shop his own drum heads from Bob bills ranya evans drum heads. Dodge city time Dodge city kansas in he was special ordering drums. He was actually taken coding off the coda drumhead which would which would then be the sprayed. The cody sprayed on the clear. Ed he was asking Specially this sunday has coming on their. He's one of the first guys actually kind of innovated clearer drum heads
3 Killed in Denver-Area Shooting, Including Officer, Suspect
"Streets are lined with flags in a Denver suburb to honor a police officer shot and killed on the job along with two other people it happened in the early afternoon in Arvada Colorado we're deputy police chief ed Brady says an officer responded to a disturbance call we received a nine one one calls about shots fired and then officers have been hit by gunfire the officer described as a veteran of the force was killed so was another person who may have been a good Samaritan trying to help and then the gunman was fatally shot by police this is an active investigation with many moving pieces this woman who works at an art gallery tells KMGH TV she heard the shots okay I just need to get secure and I need to get right away from windows and then made a call to her husband okay dozens of police officers formed a motor procession escorting the body of the fallen officer to the coroner's office I'm Jackie Quinn
Boeing's newest version of the 737 Max makes first flight
"Jetliner. Made its first test flight taking off near Seattle for an expected to our trip that the company hopes will signal improving fortunes for its most important plane. The Max 10 is a slightly larger version of Max jets. That are already flying. Ed Donahue. AP News
Special Education and Parent Communication
"My name is nadia domestic level. And i am a reporter for a surge which is a nonprofit museum back covers how education is changing and one of the things that's changing education is how widely used knowledge I don't think i have to go too much into that. I think anyone familiar. Resume living under a rock For the past sixteen or so months As seen the role technologies had in the way educations changing but that was a forced kind of change And as we begin to move into a reopen world there are lessons. People are gonna take from this time especially when it comes to technology now earlier. This month You wrote a piece for surge. Wanna make sure title right Technology made special education errands better advocates during the pandemic interesting headline And so give us the the basics on this what What were the changes happening for parents. Who special ed students that you saw when you started ordered story well previously For ed surge back in the fall. I reported Related story on how covid nineteen was impacting students with visual impairments and the challenges that they were having accessing education band accommodation and so one of the things that are researcher. I spoke to for that story. From the c- the american foundation for the blind told me that Because students were learning from home the parents began to have a much bigger role just in their kind of day to day Learning the day to day activities that had to be there to offer support
Southern Baptists Elect Leader Focused on Bridging Racial Divide
"The Southern Baptist Convention tamped down On a push from the right, electing Alabama pastor Ed Linton as president. On the second round of voting. Litton has worked to bridge racial divides in the convention. The delegates also voted to voted down a bit to make an issue out of critical race theory. You're
Once Your Bad Ideas Are Out, Your Good Ideas Are Free To Flow
"Singer. Ed sheeran says that the reason he's able to write so many great songs is because he also writes so many bad songs so many horrible soames. That's part of his creativity process. His process is to make sure that he gets the bad ideas out of system. The bad songs of system so that the good ideas are then free to flow. He talks about it like a water pie. Where all of the good ideas. Bad ideas are in the same pipe. You've just got to let that pipe open and let it all flow out good ideas and bad ideas you let the bad ideas out first and then the good ideas will stop become lighter. There's also suggestion that you stop to do some patent matching some pattern recognition internally. Once you come up with a bad idea you put it out there. You realize it's a bad idea. You realize why was perhaps a bad idea and so then subconsciously. Even perhaps you. You're able to patent match those ideas that all those elements of an idea that make it a good idea so if you are struggling with creativity which i think a lot of do part of your problem probably is the. You're not letting the bad ideas out. You're not willing to have the bad ideas. You're not willing to have the bad songs to have. Those non created things. Come out of you but you have to. Part of the creativity process is to let the bad. Id's out then the good ideas hopefully with a bit of luck. We'll keep flying
Rep. Byron Donalds on the Harms of Critical Race Theory
"Children were at home. And parents had an opportunity to really see what was happening in the classroom. You know, there's it's been probably about 10, maybe 15 years now that the public school system basically has done away with homework, kids don't bring homework home anymore. They don't bring the textbooks home, so your kid comes home and you're kind of like How was school? It was good, and then they go on to play. Um and you never really get any other detailed information will now kids are at home and welcome. Parents were able to see this. And when you can see it, you start to see some of the things that are coming out in curriculum that are coming out in classes. Obviously, we have the standards of kids now recording it and then showing that in social media and so now has come to the floor, But you're right about critical race theory. It's been around for a very long time. It's actually was really comes from critical theory. And all critical theory was And is it was trying to figure out understanding the framework of this country at that time from an economic perspective, What is the way that you can actually in in introduced cultural, Marxism or ideological Marxism to trying to shift the political ideology of the country and really doing academic analysis of economics and with critical race areas, an academic analysis Of race in America through law through court decisions and through economics. That's really what the genesis of critical race. There he is, Um you know, the sad part is that is that you know if you want to have an academic theory, do that in the in the do that in the halls of higher, Ed, Don't do that in K 12 classrooms you want to go through and really think that stuff through let adults think that through have the opportunity to sit down digest history. Go into the necessary levels of detail. In order to have a real thorough discussion, Understanding don't distill it down into the oppressor oppressed. Models and mindset and drop that into K told classrooms or into our military. That is the problem. That's why it's really going up to what it is today.
How Software Is Eating the Car
"I saw an article on the i tripoli spectrum which is their magazine by robert charette how software is eating the car the trend toward self driving an electric vehicles ed hundreds of millions of lines of code two cars can the auto industry cope. Just put it in perspective. Hundreds of millions of lines of code. That's how many lines of code there are in windows. it's that it's on. that level of sophistication. I'm sure i've been talking about this all along. But it's kind of stunning and it's relevant right now because it according to analysts. The chip shortage global chip shortage is being felt everywhere but it's especially being felt in kars four point one million autos won't be made this year because they can't get the chips that's a lot. Ten years ago only only fancy cars had microprocessor control units. Today fancy fancy. Cars like the bmw. Seven series may contain one hundred fifty electronic control units pickup trucks like the ford f. One fifty one hundred fifty million lines of code as of twenty seventeen. Some forty percent of the cost of a new car can be attributed to semi conductors. The cost is doubled in ten years and they think by By the end of this decade. It'll be fifty percent. Each new car today has about six hundred dollars semi conductors. Three thousand chips in it. So it's no surprise. I mean your steering is controlled by a chip. The the doors windows the mirrors the seats the climate control of course the anti-theft system the kilos entry system even the steering column as a computer on.
Amazing Jellyfish Facts!
"Which of the following statements about shelly. Fish is the one true scientific. Wow is it a shelly. Fish have three hearts or is it be jellyfish have been to the moon or is it c. They were shelley fish on earth before there were dinosaurs when you think you have the answer right it on a piece of paper and put it in your sock guar. We're gonna take a quick break to give you a chance to think and when we come back we'll find out if your row is the winning while what we'll be right back grownups. I messages for you. That's ed now back to the show hauser's time is up time to reveal but the four we do. Let's do a quick review. We gave you three scientific statements about jellyfish and challenged you to guess which one was the one true while a shell have three parts or was it. jellyfish have been to the moon or was it seed. There were jellyfish on earth before there were dinosaurs and to answer. Today's quiz joining us by phone. It's albert from raleigh north carolina albert. What's my wound. The world is that jelly says gloved before the dinosaurs. Telly albert. that is correct contestants. If you guessed the answer see that jellyfish were alive on earth before dinosaurs were. You found the winning. Wow
Do You Reconnect With Old Friends When Stressed?
"So today katina. You've got an article for us. And i'm very curious to hear a little teeny bit about it. Yes so my article. Today is about remote work mostly about working from home And also some about job insecurity so what happened during covid. But i think it's broadly applicable to some of what many of us experience in a regular basis and it's about the impact of activating what they're calling dormant ties which are basically people that you haven't talked to in long time but you reach out to to sort of reignite a friendship. Ooh that's actually a very relevant topic. I think for me right now because it's been about almost i think it's just three months now that i've started this job which is bonkers i. I can't believe that. So ed so i've feel like there was a moment last week where i was like. Oh my gosh. i haven't talked to some of my friends from that job in a while. And so i just like randomly ping them so anyways that just feels aligned to what i'm doing now. Yeah yeah totally it is. I thought a really cool topic because a lot of people are prone to kindle these dormant ties across the board. I was thinking about it that there were several people during the pandemic. I hadn't talked to in a long time that i talked to more During that period of time than i had previously. And why is that the case so i also thought it was really interesting and i'm excited to tell you more about when you might be likely to kindle those dormant ties faina. Well i'm very curious. And i'm sure it will be super relevant to both of our experiences.
Dr. Marty Makary and Other Sciences Suggest Natural Immunity Is Lifelong
"Check this out. Wall Street Journal Story by Marty Macari Who's terrific. He's a colleague at Fox. Talking about this new Wall Street Journal Op Ed, he wrote. I'm talking about it called the power of natural immunity. Told by the media and their fear mongering campaigns to Should get vaccinated right away. You have you had the coronavirus. We've been told that because you got to keep people scared all the time. Well, do you? Well, that sounds like a personal decision to me because it's Marty, who is a medical professional. Unlike the people in the media writes in his piece, Natural immunity is adorable. Researchers from Washington University in ST Louis reported last month at 11. Months after a mild infection, immune cells were still capable of producing protective anybody's the author, the authors concluded. Prior Covid infection induces quote a robust and log lived long lived. Huma rel immune response, leading some scientists who suggest that natural immunity is probably lifelong. Cause infection began months earlier than vaccination. We have more follow up data on the duration of natural immunity than unvaccinated immunity. Where are you hearing about that? You're hearing about that anywhere else, Fellas, ladies, anyone? Who's Jimmy here about that? Didn't hear about that. That's kind of been. Yeah, Yeah. I didn't hear about
What a New Era of Big Government Could Mean for Bitcoin
"Yesterday i was asking the question about whether this bitcoin bull market is at its end and part of what i said felt very important to understand before we really know whether that's the case is if in how. The macro environment has shifted the landscape the inflation narrative has been such a huge part of driving this bitcoin bowls cycle that the unwinding of that the changing of that. Would you would imagine naturally have some consequences for where. Bitcoin crypto fit in the larger world. We've been in a period of waiting of wait to see of wondering if there was going to be a transition. It has felt too many like the economy was heating up in such a way that inflation was naturally going to follow an interest rates. Were going to have to rise. Because of that in consequence the riskiest tech stocks that had the highest valuations have been in retreat for a couple months roughly the same period that bitcoin has been idling or going down. There is however a narrative counterweight that whatever the case in the short term of monetary policy fiscal spending has entered a fundamentally new era. A fundamentally new era in which bitcoin could be more relevant than ever. The potential for that new era is exactly what david morris explored in a recent op. Ed on queen does called covid. Nineteen made biden's big-spending the new normal. This came out just after biden's budget was released and explores some of these questions. President joe biden today unveiled a budget proposal that would increase federal spending to levels not seen since world war two as usual. The new president's proposed budget has already triggered a fierce debate but while we can expect usual. Scrum overspending details. The biden budget is an attempt to push forward and leverage a much broader ideological shift. The coronavirus pandemic has made government spending in program significantly more appealing to americans. It's something of a perfect storm. The budget arrives. After pandemic relief proved hugely popular and seemingly effective long-term rising inequality and other serious social problems have created more space for pro government. Voices like us senator bernie sanders.
Manchin's Opposition Clouds Future of Dems' Elections Bill
"A key democratic senator says he will not vote for the largest overhaul of election law in at least a generation leaving no plausible path forward for legislation that his party and the White House have portrayed as crucial for protecting access to the ballot in an op ed Sunday in the Charleston Gazette mail West Virginia senator Joe Manchin wrote voting and election reform that's done in a partisan manner will all but ensure partisan divisions continue to deepen he notes failure to bring together both parties on voting legislation would quote risk further dividing and destroying the Republic we swore to protect and defend as elected officials the bill would restrict partisan gerrymandering of congressional districts strike down hurdles to voting and bring transparency to campaign finance among dozens of other provisions it would require states to offer fifteen days of early voting and allow no excuse absentee balloting I'm Julie Walker
Manchin Says He'll Vote Against Democratic Elections Bill
"West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin confirms he will not support the election overhaul bill called for the People Act, making it unlikely to pass the evenly divided Senate in an op ed this morning Mansion calls it partisan
Football coaches fired after forcing player to eat pork
"I'm Charles de la Decima, the football coach at McKinley High School in Canton, Ohio, and six other coaches were fired after football player said he was forced to eat pork in violation of his religious beliefs for missing a voluntary workout. Player and his family are members of the Hebrew Israelite religious faith and do not eat pork. Ed
"ed" Discussed on The ED Show
"In many cases raising Equity is a lot more easier than raising tests. However, while it sounds easy, it is still tricky Equity financing occurs, when a business gives up a percentage of its ownership took investor or to investors in exchange of the capital investment in equity financing model investors takes a risk by investing in the business as if your business does not do well then the investor may lose the investment and the upside is that if the business performs well till the investor also takes the profit as per the share Capital owned by them. Businesses from all Industries can raise Equity Finance provided they have the potential to grow with the addition of investors Capital unlike dead financier Equity investor does not look for down payment rather. They look for events such as business sale or public offering Etc to capture the profits. And this is one of the reasons that startup ecosystem is mushrooming worldwide home. You can practically raise Equity financing at any stage the right from the conceptualization stage to scaling-up or growth stage. And in many cases giving investors seat at the table also brings in vain other opportunities that you may not even imagine as investors also want to see the growth of organization and hence. They not only invest Capital but in many cases they also invite expertise and network in the best interests of the organization. Now, there are many ways of how you can raise Equity financing for your institution or organization other than self-financing or taking capitals song. Family and friends and today we will discuss about a few common ways and these are seed funds Angel investment Venture Capital fund crowdfunding strategic financing and my life in financing. Let us know understand these investment opportunities in detail seed funding or seed-stage funding is a very early investment which aims at helping a business grow and generate its own Capital. It is also referred to as seed money or seed Capital investors often get Equity stake in exchange for the capital invested. The investors can themselves with the phone numbers and use their savings as seed money for their new company, which is also known as bootstrapping seed funding usually helps the early stage businesses and in a simple term, if you have a concept and you push to start your business, then you can raise please Cedar Street Capital to kick-start your business venture in case of educational institutions. They can join hands with the seat investors and may help their stakeholders dead. Eight students teachers or professors to kick-start their business ventures with the help of the early stage capital or seed Capital however for establishing the new institution seed Capital may be generally in real life by the founders themselves or in case of unique Concepts. You can also reach out to seat investors, but I'd lie seat investors may not be relevant for that as the investment required in establishing an educational institution will be on the higher side. In fact will be way higher than the seat investor will be willing to invest you may choose who raised seed investment through crowdfunding or why a corporate funds incubators accelerators convertible Securities personal funds or raising funds for our family and friends in certain cases. You may also press Angel Investors or we see them as well for the seed funding an angel investor on the other hand is often a person who invest in a new or small business venture providing capital for early-stage business page. Expansion Angel Investors are typically individuals who have spare cash available and are looking for higher rate of returns. Then would be given by more traditional Investments summer dresses work alone while other operate as a part of our Network the term Angels point out to their experience many Angel Investors are current or former Business Leaders that they want to contribute of businesses that sparked their interest when this sign on to invest they are often not only giving money but also guidance and valuable advice many engine investors also invest in education institutions as educational institution offer considered as high growth, but slow moving business ventures and in many cases Angel Investors also understand the minimum risk involved in it off and tend to invest in the institution. However, just like she you also use the angel investors or engine Network to empower and support these start-up ecosystem in your educational institutions. Venture capitalists are individuals or firms that manages funds set aside to invest in the businesses modern VC firms tend to focus on young high-growth companies with this type of equity investor differs from friends and family Angel Investors in that they are usually only interested in high value Investments almost always a few million dollar Investments thousand more when a venture capital invest in high-growth business The Venture capitalists expects to either be a member of the company's management team or sit on its board of directors there by taking an active role the operation of the business venture capital usually prefers to invest in the high-growth businesses does investing in a single institution is something that doesn't excite them. However, if you have a chain of infections or if you have clear roadmap and growth strategies in place, then you may approach the Venture Capital firm as well strategic investors on the other end are extremely similar to venture capital firms dead. And are sometimes referred to as corporate Venture Capital like the name suggests the investment made by strategic investors are often strategic in nature such as getting access to technology important to be four digit effective or anything which is crucial to the organization unlike Venture Capital firms, the investment size that strategic investor will fund may vary. For example, they could invest a smaller amount of money. Let's say $10,000 for $20,000 into something more experimental or the investment could also be massive. I have already covered counting in detail a second episode which shows how to raise donations and I suggest you to listen to that episode for better understanding on crowdfunding. However, one thing that I would like to share with you is that you can be proud funding by either selling your Innovative products or Services before its official launch or you may also choose to raise funds and view of the sale of your Equity or shares the club. Of crowdfunding gives an opportunity even to the small investors to invest even a tiniest amount of money in lieu of getting few shares or parts years in the business and hence Capital can be raised with the help of multiple investors who prefer to buy the equity with their small Investments. Mezzanine Financing on the other hand combines both debt and Equity financing in this Arrangement. The lender gives you the fund you need and in return you promised them a percentage of your business. If you default on the loan if all goes to plan you will be able to pay the loan back and keep full control of the business if things go south. They will take an ownership of the whole business going forward as you can imagine this type of arrangement is very popular in situations where the lender sees your Venture as high-risk Venture. It's also selling point for business owners. If you took his son sure you can offer the mezzanine Arrangement as a means of switching the TV apart from the mentioned investment opportunities. There are many other ways on how you can raise Equity financing. These are very common ways of raising Capital if you want me to cover the other ways of raising Capital then let me know and I'll share how other Financial Arrangements can.
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"ed" Discussed on The ED Show
"Welcome back to the brand new episode of The Ed Show. This is the fourth episode of the TV series. And in this episode. We are going to discuss anything about subsidies and eat in this episode. We will understand. What is the meaning and purpose of a subsidiary with examples who are often get subsidy or 8 and its application process home. I hope that this episode will give you detailed Insight on this concept and I just wish you an engaging and amazing learning experience.
"ed" Discussed on The ED Show
"An expenditure, which is planned. Well in advance for activities, like infrastructure development technological development introducing new programs such a development cultural development research projects internship exchange projects and mood a few examples can be granted she for constructing a new building block or accuracy for creating a lab or library or a card receipt for buying the resources books apprentice and mood and even for organizing student or educated exchange programs or training programs. The unplanned expire on the other hand is an expenditure, which is not planned and may not even thought of and an accident a natural Calamity or any problem can trigger the unplanned expenditure and it is available for infrastructure repairing or purchases of new resources and mood. A few examples could be a grandma see for the repair work of a small building after the building was damaged due to massive earthquake off. And he mentioned economic or other example can be a grand received to buy I Define Farrell's as due to a short circuit all the parents got damaged transmitted not help you in advancing your career home or to look up the basic necessities in your institutions, but a grand can also be greater support. If you wish to start a new school or higher-ed institution, you can practically consider Grant as the brake support in running your distribution and for offering volume necessary opportunities skills and resources to your students and Educators But please understand that a grant is not an investment that is provided to you in lieu of equity stake or interest. It is rather as support offered to you or do your institution in order to help you take a step forward towards your personal or public schools. Now that we have understood the concept of grand let us move forward and understand the application process and the things you should keep in mind a current can be applied through too broad organized.
"ed" Discussed on The ED Show
"You can reach out to International organizations with them and they may even choose to give you see yourself and if they have international Focus while applying for the funds, you must create an effective project proposal. You may also choose to link it with the organization guidelines off or focused areas as mentioned by the organization on their website and your legalities must be completed before you apply for a CSR funding or any kind of condition. Again, we have already discussed about these leakage in the previous episode. So do listen to that episode for clarity. If you want me to create a separate podcast on how to write an effective project proposal then to share it in the comments section or share it with me on birth. Telegram group The Ed Show Community. It's a community of educators will be discussed everything related to education and where I also offer free courses on different topics. So if you are an educator, then feel free to join this group the actual Community now who all can apply for CSF and individual and educational institution and NGO or a social Enterprise can apply for CSR funds as participation guidelines of the organizations formed according to the CSR law or guidelines of the country and as mentioned you'll find all the relevant information on the corporate website. Now, let's move further thoughts are raising donation can be organizing the crowdfunding activity. There are several websites on which you can start your own crowdfunding campaign. But before you do that, you must understand it in detail in crowdfunding page out to masses and ask for their support or their involvement in your project crowdfunding is applicable in both raising funds for self or social causes or raising funds by diluting your dog. Or by selling your products or services. This is the easiest of all as it does not require you to invest on organizing a fundraising event. Neither it require you to create a project proposal or off hundreds of websites before you reach out to the right corporate but this simple looking task can be tricky as the name suggests crowdfunding. It means that you will have to reach out to masses and tell them your story. And before you do that you will have to do a lot of research you will have to present facts to the crowd. Your communication has to be well thought of and well strategized the best way is to create jobs engage in crowdfunding campaign in which your audience can see and visualize your cost by looking at the statistics right information and remember video always works best. So you can create life around your cost and make people or organization understand that why your cost matters and if they believe in your cause then you'll get all the relevant resources as a Goodwill gesture. You can also choose to offer giveaways Thursday. Example could be you create a campaign and choose different Financial categories and the donors are allowed to select the categories which are best suited for them and for each or some of the categories. You can choose the package or thank you gifts such as a t-shirt cap a good event or anything that you feel is linked to your boss and can help you widespread just like CSI individual schools and your social Enterprise educational institutions or even startups can apply for crowdfunding and the legalities. You mean the same as mentioned in the previous podcast as mentioned above the crowdfunding can also help with yours. Well, yes, if you are a start-up or an organization, which is involved in selling products or Services, then you can also start crowdfunding campaign the two most prominent campaigns for you can be raising Capital by diluting your Equity or other can be selling your products or Services. You must choose the crowdfunding category based on the goals you wish to achieve now once you launch the crowdfunding campaign then off. Shareit on the social media platforms as the key of crowdfunding is communication and the other key strength. I have curated a list of various corporate for CSR and crowdfunding platforms based on different categories. If you wish to receive the list, then simply follow me on LinkedIn and send me a message and I'll share the list with you. There are many other ways of raising donations such as starting a social media campaign and I would suggest you to link your social media campaign with the crowdfunding campaign, but you may choose to run. Otherwise the other ways can be organizing a fundraising event. Well, this can be an amazing opportunity for you to raise objections, especially when you have a regional Focus or your focus around your institution or nearby localities fundraising is an event which you can organize for different categories of people based on your cause and what you wish to achieve out of it and you should organize an even depending upon the category of people you're inviting a few examples would be that you may choose to organize a big sale. We're in you can ask the students teachers or parents to make and sell it during an event and the proceedings of such even can be utilized for the cause or you may choose to organize a college event wherein you share your cause with your top dignitaries and they may choose to support your cause with the financial donations. Fundraising is an option best suited for ngos, social places and education institutions and I ask individuals to stay away from it. You do the resources involved in organizing it now during my journey. I have come across some great Educators who have raised own age or various social causes that they care about or which we have planned along with their students. If you want me to invite them for an interactive session, then let me know and I'll be happy to reach out to them wage. If you have like this podcast then do ratings on Apple podcast and share it in the community and I'll see you in the next episode. Thank you for listening to that show. I hope it was a great learning experience for you. If you have any questions or suggestions, then do share a voice message with me on anchor down or if you are leasing this podcast on YouTube then share it in the comments section and I will address all your questions in the human decision and I'll see you in the next episode till then stay safe.
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"Educators, we want to bring the best possible opportunities for our students. We want to take them places. We want to do everything possible to ignite the spark of inspiration. We want to provide our best infrastructure at the same time. We also want to learn explode experience and grow but we always encounter one major roadblock funding. Well not any money in this series. We are going to discover every possible way to arrange funds or to raise capital E. Hi. It's amanchu and welcome to the brand new episodes of that show. Today's episode is going to be super exciting. So keep listening on Apple Spotify or all your preferred platforms. Welcome back to the brand new episode of The Ed Show. This is the second episode of the Edinburgh series. And in this episode. We are going to discuss off anything about donations in this episode. We will understand. What is the meaning and purpose of condition for what all purposes our donation can be raised with examples different ways of raising donations, the legalities involved in it off and who all can be his nation's. I hope this episode will give you detailed Insight on this concept and I just wish you an engaging an amazing learning experience. So let's understand donation in the previous episode. We have covered with a confirmation who all can give donations and have understood the most common ways of raising divisions. So if you have not listened to the previous episode then I suggest you to listen to the introduction to funding which was our first episode and then listen to this episode for better understanding and during this episode if you feel stuck confused, or if you have any questions, then I would suggest you to make a note of them and send me a voice off. She's using incorrect after the episode or if you are listening to this episode on YouTube then share it in the comments section and I will address all your questions in the Q&A podcast. So can't your pen and notepad ready. Let's get started in the previous episode. We have understood the following terminologies CSR fundraising crowdfunding. And in this episode, we will cover all these terminologies in detail, But before we start I would just like to mention that this episode is for you doesn't matter. If you are an educator educational institution or an entrepreneur in this episode. I will cover off everything that can help you reservation and how the donation campaign May benefit you in achieving your goals. Well, as we all know that donation is an act of giving money material time and or effort towards a specific cause but the other side of it is to raise donation to achieve your goals or your mission, you all have goals some ideas that we would like to implement wage. And aim that we would like to fulfil and we know that our I'd like and bring an impact but we will stuck as we don't have enough resources in order to achieve it. Well, that's where racing donation can be your savior. You can be an individual with a social goal or a personal goal and educational institution or social Enterprise with again a social goal that may help you make an impact and may also help you create your own brand and you know that reaching out to community will not just help you in raising resources, but will also help you. Why spread your mission? Well, when you think of a mission the two very common questions that may arise in your mind that are a from where I will get the desired resources and be how to utilize the resources for better outcomes to let me know if you want me to create a separate podcast on how to utilize resources for better outcomes. Well, let's understand the first part here. But before we go any further, I just want to share my thoughts on donations in order to direct you towards the right place. Permission is not just about doing charity or a social cause they can also be in the form of a support by diverse individuals or organizations in order to help you achieve your goal to meet social or personal understand. What a social or person got means of social goal is something that caters to the society at large a few examples could be raising funds for the education of underprivileged students raising funds for running an evening school for the children or adults creating a library or laboratory in your school or maybe for environmental causes or any other cause that you could think of that has an impact on the society a personal goal on the other hand is something that you would like to achieve either or someone concerned or for your own self. A few examples could be that you know, someone is in need and they require support it can be health-related education-related finance-related or anything that is bothering them on the other end an example of your own personal need could be the same. Had mentioned earlier or some detailed example could be let's say you bring a music teacher wish to buy a new instrument that can help you advance your career or may help your students or let's say you wish to attack any program that can help you in advancing your career. Well, the example can be endless ends. You can practically pick anything which is a concern for you that you would like to solve them understand how you can raise donations utilizing different platforms CSR. We have already covered what is a corporate social responsibility and what type of corporates are eligible to work on CSR off. So, please refer to the previous podcast for that. Now CSR is little tricky concept as it requires you to do some homework before reaching out to the right corporate for parties. Here are a few tips that will help you pick the right outfit for right funding opportunity. Now that you understand your knee and you have decided to reach out to a corporate here are few things that you need to keep in mind. Hey, it is not necessary that the corporate will give you funds dead. As they can also give you material resources an example could be that you wish to establish a computer lab and you have decided to reach out to a computer manufacturer or an IT company in this case. There could be a possibility that the company will give you all the desired resources instead of giving you finances to buy Dubai referrals be not every corporate is the right door for you. Now before you reach out to your corporate for CSR funds visit their website and read their CSR priorities and commitments as a corporate, which is too much focus on environmental issues may not give you support for other non environmental issues. See the rifle it is always advisable to reach out to a corporate which fits the requirement example an IT company for it peripherals a publishing house for books procurement. But at the same time, you must always categorize corporate under these three categories now, please understand that all these categories are defined by me in order to give you better understanding and these categories are dead. He'll corporate National corporate or an international corporate. Now. What is a regional National or International corporate original corporate is often considered as a company with regional geographical presence, but the other angle could be a company with a regional CSR Focus. I just give you an example for this considering a manufacturing plant. This can be a plant of a global brand as well. So why have I picked it underneath your brand because many a times a manufacturing plant prefer to utilize their CSR funds in and around the manufacturing facilities an example could be an automobile manufacturing plant with the national International presence, but they may choose to utilize their friends in and around their manufacturing plant and National corporate is often considered as a company with Nationwide presence, but the other angle could be a company with Nationwide seem to focus but they may prefer to utilize their funds as per the need analysis of the nation and may choose to spread it across the table. An example could be a telecom or it Service Company as they have offices across the country and they may choose to divide the CSR front across the country and international corporate is considered as a company with presence across these countries or the other angle could be a company which is headquarter all situated outside your country, but they may have a CSR focus in your country. Yes..
"ed" Discussed on The ED Show
"Terms including any Financial charges interest repayment dates with other conditions as pretty mutually agreed terms and conditions. So in a Layman language the money that you borrow from different financial institutions for which you have to pay something in return. It can be returning back the principal amount or returning back with interest in stability time. It's called the loan. The other form of a deck is a bond in which if an organization decides to take a loan or borrow money as per clear defined terms, then they can issue bonds to the theaters now lenders are the individuals who can collectively give loan to the borrower. And in this case the issue of bond is a borrower which can be a government or an organization, which is raising money for itself off. Although both bonds and stocks are a form of Securities but bonds that different than stocks as a stock holder is an equity shareholder of the organization and a bondholder is a lender to them ization. The other form of a repayable investment is h&i investment investment is a private investment made by a high net-worth individual in a company or an organization. Now these interests can be both in the form of equity or a debt depending upon the terms of the agreement decided at the time of raising the investment. We see is again a private Equity investment now that is provided by a vent bath Upgrade from to a startup or 12 emerging organization or any institution that has been deemed to have high growth potential. We see if I'm generally invest in the equity issue where they hold the shares of organizations as per the agreed term. There may be many other types of funding opportunities available for both individuals and our organizations or institutions, but these were the most common types of opportunities available for the education sector in the upcoming episodes. We will discuss each opportunity in detail, and we will also try to share the relevant information about other kinds of investment opportunities. If you have like this podcast, then do rate US on Apple podcast and share it in the community. Thank you for listening to that show. I hope it was a great learning experience for you. If you have any questions or suggestions, then do share a voice message with me on anchor or if you are listening this podcast on YouTube then share it in the comments section and I will address all your questions off. Human decision and I'll see you in the next episode till then stay.
"ed" Discussed on The ED Show
"Let's understand what is funding or investment? And before we go any further, I would suggest you to get your pen and notepad ready to make notes of all the relevant termination fees and whatever you feel is important for you as we will be using all these terminologies in our upcoming episodes. Now, let's get started funding or investment is the effect of providing resources usually form of finances Elder material to finance a need a program or a project. It can also be in the nature of time and efforts invested Investments are majorly categorized into two broad areas repayable investment and non-repayable investment. The common type of repayable Investments have private Equity Venture Capital funds. H&i Investments bank or commercial loans birth. Bonds debentures and more and the common types of non-repayable Investments are donations. CSR funds crowdfund paid subsidies grants and more wage. Each investment opportunity has its own advantages some are easier to obtain and summer little tricky the most common source of funds generation available for educational institutions our internal funding in the form of self investment or private investment fee collection and domain and donations and the external funding are available in the form of loan paid subsidies, grass state or central government schemes private Investments hedge funds VC funds and More in education sector both repayable funds and non-repayable funds are available for all types of educational institutions the right from pre-primary to K-12 higher education to research institutions skill development institutions Polly techniques private institutions and more FAQ. And all these types of fundings are also available for the Educators as well. As I've mentioned earlier that the funds are available to fulfill a need a program or a project. Let's understand what these terms means with an example a needy or something which is essential but then desirable the basic example of he could be teaching the underprivileged students and providing them with a scholarship a program on the other end is a set of Majors or activities with a short-term or long-term lame example, you wish to develop a youth club a community engagement program or other examples can be used to organize exchange programs or training programs for students as well. As for educators a project on the other end is an initiative taken in order to achieve something concrete. This can be both materialistic or non-materialistic some examples of project-based funding can be funds to establish a new infrastructure or upgrade or upkeep an existing infrastructure while other examples can be research project or job. This project while these terminologies varies from organization to organization and hence, but all we should focus on is various types of funding or investment opportunities. Let us understand a non-repayable funds and detail most common type of non-repairable is a donation in a label language a donation is something that is given for a charity or for a cause and effect individual or organization can give donation some of the common ways to raise donations are a donation appeal organizing a fundraiser event organizing a crowdfunding campaign or corporate social responsibility and more you can organize a donation campaign to fulfil any cause that your education institution is supporting or you as educators are supporting an exact thing could be that you are offering free education or education resources to the underprivileged students or you are working for the upliftment of the neighborhood slums or your students are organized off. The Community Development or Community engagement project. Now, let us understand different ways of raising donations and throw some light on fundraisers CSR and crowdfunding a fundraiser or a fundraising events primary purpose is to raise funds for a cause charity or non-profit in a fundraising event. You can invite local community your alumini or who's who where they can come and understand about your cause and can donate as per your own willingness CSR on the other end stands for corporate social responsibility as per the guidelines any corporate which is generating sufficient amount of Revenue is liable to give back to the society and the giving back is called Corporate social responsibility in India. Any company will return of or 1,000 crore or with the total net worth of 500 corrosion or within net profit of five girls in any given Financial here is responsible to contribute to percent of their net profit towards him. In development or social causes now these guidelines again varies from country to Country. And if you are listening this podcast from any other country, then you must check the guidelines in order to reach out to the right corporate for CSR funding. Crowdfunding on the other end generally means arranging the funds through multiple means or individuals. This can means arranging both repayable investment by diluting your Equity or non-repayable funding of organizing the donation campaign. If you are an education institution, then these documentation you must have before you apply for any donation campaign. You must have a non-profit set up which would be of the education institutions have an India as we stablish our institutions under Express Society or a Section 8 company along with the nonprofit set up. We should have a TG and or job application. Now these certifications our tax exemption certificates while eighties is applicable for any donation that you are receiving from India. SE are on the other hand is applicable. If you are receiving donations from other countries in India only play schools are not bound to follow the nonprofit structure, but they can also raise donations for a cause with no special certifications while educators are not bound to have any of these certificates. If they're raising the donations in their own name, but they must have a tax ID or pan number. These regulations are again different, you know from countries to countries. So you must consult a legal representative or Explorer in your country before you raise any donation. Let us understand some other types of non-repayable funds. A subsidy a subject is actually a kind of an aid relief or a benefit given to an individual business or institution usually by the government in the form of cash payment or tax deduction off. This is usually given to remove some kind of burden and is often considered to be in the overall interest of the public some of the examples are committed. It's cool where in government plays some kind of financial aid to the established institution or the other example could be if you remember in recent past our state governments have paid subsidies for installation of solar power grids or solar plants in school says The other form of non-repairable invest investment is a grant. A grant is a sum of money or material given by the government or any other Organization for a particular purpose. For example a library Grant can be given for the construction of a new library off or for the repair or upkeep of an existing library or for buying the new books for the library in case of grand purpose mentioned in the grant proposal defines the kind of grant that the education is education or an educator may receive let us understand some repayable Investments the most common type of repayable funding is dead dead can be a various types again. You may be familiar with some of these terms and some might be new to you. So make a note of it. The common type of debt is a loan a loan is a form of debt incurred by an individual or an organization which in our case is an educational institution or an educational company or as Educators you as a borrower receives a loan from A lender A lender is usually a bank and off. Banking financial institution a corporation or the government in return the borrower agrees to certain set of.
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"FM. It's a n c h o r Anchorage and now let's come back to our session. Yeah Educators, we want to bring the best possible opportunities for our students. We want to take them places. We want to do the impossible to ignite the spark of inspiration. We want to provide the best infrastructure at the same time. We also want to learn explore experience and grow but we always encounter off major road block funding. Well not anymore in this series. We are going to discover every possible way to arrange funds or to raise capital e m hi hu Manchu and welcome to the brand new episodes of The Edge shoe. Today's episode is going to be super exciting. So keep listening on Apple Spotify for all your preferred platform bed, and I welcome you all in the very first episode of The Ed Show and thank you all for joining and I'm himanshu Sharma and educated job. Entrepreneur investor author and and every traveler and I am associated with various organizations educational institutions Banking and investment agencies in different capacities. Should I bring in almost two decades of experience or working in the education sector where I have worked with help and Mentor hundreds of Educators and educational institutions across countries and Continents Song while working in the sector. I have come across some common and some serious concerns that we all face and struggle with along with its possible solutions during this journey have also interacted with both the amazing personalities and have got the opportunity to learn about their struggles their Journey their success stories. And in the issue, I am going to share the knowledge that I have gained throughout my journey off. I'll see it some interesting opportunities will invite some of these amazing personalities for wonderful interactive sessions and we'll also invite you to come and have meaningful interactions with me and with the value education. The idea behind The Ed Show is not just to create a podcast but to form a community where we all learn and grow together. So subscribe to this podcast on your preferred platform and share it with faith caters and let's learn and grow together. You may also get in touch with me personally via email or via social media platforms. And if you wish to know more about me than feel free to follow me or connect with me on LinkedIn in the end. I just wish you an engaging an amazing learning experience. So let's get started..
"ed" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"You think well. This is the leader of this country. This person must have some court some sort of credibility, therefore, therefore, they probably want what's best for the country because. I feel like a person has a surface level understanding That's probably how naive today I understand I understand, but I don't to them. It's all noise like Oh Democrats versus Republicans. They don't like each other, and I'm not. is a Democrat or Republican. I Don I don't like out six. That's nothing that I care about so, but look at what I care about is money and they see twelve. Twelve hundred dollars well. That's a lot of money I want more of that, and this is trump I. IF I don't care if I don't know what's going on, and I don't know what's going on in the background, I do understand where she comes. Okay, so let me ask you this. Did your friend WHO's and this was taken us any time to pull her aunt aside and provide a deeper explanation. Afterward, she understood and she corrected herself. She was explained to her afterward, but I'm saying initially. She was ridiculed for what she said. Now she understands. Did it incentivize her to WANNA. Learn more because politics. Is this word that people put over there right that they think doesn't have to do with them if they just do their job and follow the law. When in fact everything in our lives is determined by politics because it politics determines policy which determines how money is spent what programs and activities are important to our communities how it's distributed, who gets access and who doesn't? Oh absolutely! Yes, and this is something that can. I didn't follow up to see what what what's going on with her, but it's a conversation that takes takes awhile to to open up in the have also open to listening to that like for example, one of the things that you mentioned in this episode was Andrew Yang, which in general I didn't think Andrew Yang was so bad, but then when listening to your point of view I I see where you're coming from although you'd be is something that I still think it's not that bad of a policy. Didn't criticize you by. That wasn't what I said about Andrea. By criticism, I said three things I said one he he brings up UB I without looking at system systemic poverty, and so that's problematic, because you're just dealing with the symptoms and not the cause. From a policy perspective, it's not going to address the problem. Long term. The second is going back to nut recognizing systemic reasons that impact poverty that includes structural racism and sexism, and all these other `ISMs. And and that's why you have racist housing policy, impact and races, economic policy and lending policy keeping. Communities of color from being able to access capital for example right like the loan that was part of the Cares Act has now been reported, widely did not get to minority owned businesses. It was distributed to trump and his cronies mainly or a lot of big companies with ready access to capital, and who didn't need it, and so the point is, that was my first issue with Andrew. The second issue was the whole Washington Post op Ed that he wrote with regard to cove it and how we just need to..
"ed" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"To one of the things that really annoyed me was the whole thing where she promoted Goya. Beans something that is. Is it in her position I think it's ethically incorrect for her to do to to to use her power like that, too for the financial gain of of a company. That's definitely true. She violated ethical standards with regard to using political office for corporate gain, but none of them in the in that administration has followed any ethical guidelines or rules obviously. What's sad is that they don't get is for. There's no accountability like this wasn't the first time I think. Trump is done this before of course every day. There's probably something that's a great point. Michael this. Accountability issue like transparency is such a fundamental part of democracy, but also accountability when something is not going right that there's a mechanism to correct it to hold those who are engaged in abusive power to account so that we can protect our institutions and norms. Norms and I think that that's a great segue into our next episode with Christina who on the importance of minority civic engagement to democracy because she worked.
"ed" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"Whatever they want and has basically done so that I think is not a by a is not an impartial person. It's kind of like you know I. Don't know an was it an Arizona or one of the southwestern states? The police officers resigned in protest when the state or the municipality got rid of qualified immunity, and so the idea was if I can't get away with. Police brutality then I. Don't have my job anymore. There's no other job in the world that has that level of power like every job in the world in theory. If you have done something wrong against the law, you've broken a code of conduct. You're going to be held accountable. You'RE GONNA be fired this going to be some sort of corrective action. The board may vote you out. You're on a publicly traded company. There's some kind of consequence and if there's never any consequence, and they are resigning of protest resigning, because they wanna be able to continue to abuse power. Right, but to them I feel like that is the norm and anything that happens against the norm as a threat to their power. I feel that they they do think that the victim feel threatened. Let's move this conversation onto the next episode, which is hundred are survivor stories series with Nicole Lee a survivor in Australia. who had disabilities and since we're talking about? The topic of police officers. It was actually a police officer that she dealt with in Australia. WHO said to her? No, he's not GonNa Change. You need to leave. The safest place for you is not with him and what they did in Australia, which they're actually Dave done tests in New Zealand as well for which I think should be the case everywhere in the world is when someone is being abused. They take the abuser out of the home. And so that's what happened to her. They took the abuser out of the home and put him in jail, and she was able to access to her surprise. Lots of services that Australia had for survivors with disabilities. Right so I feel like in the United, states? Women's lives are even more endangered than they are in other places, so in Australia this is something that was really good and I I i. hope that more and more countries than hopefully it doesn't seem like that's get anywhere near here in the United States to get to the point to get to the point that Australia is when it comes to protecting domestic violence survivors. If I didn't talk, tell you that this happened to Nicole. What would be your in your mind if you thought about a couple? In a situation where one person was being abused at home, how.
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"That both sides. Tactic, as something that shows up in family, court a lot right or it shows up in the criminal justice system like with rape like well. He said she said we don't know what happened or survivors and family court. He said she said we don't know. She's really domestic violence victim. We don't know she's making the accusations around the children being abused as well well. You can know if you apply a power. A gendered Power Lens you can see who has power power they using the power. How is the power? Being asserted to either limit or expand or give access to the other party to? And you can't have agency in sharing your story for example as a rape victim survivor. If you're afraid of losing your job if you're afraid that your community is going to ostracize you if you're afraid that you're going to be kicked out of your dorm, and so those kinds of power analysis can actually help with the both side is because for example when you were talking about you know by both sides. With extremist and saying that they're being victimized. If they are in positions of power. They aren't being victimized. They have privilege and what they're doing is actually protecting their privilege, and so that is not a both sides situation if we actually take a deeper analysis. Well, I would say that you and I see that and I think most most listeners would see that. Yes, he's Nazis. Basically are the ones in power because they their privileged way, I believe. Maybe the average person out there looks at is well. Here's a group. There's the other side. What about the the reason that they're behaving. This way is because they're being targeted by the again. The use the word Antifa as this this like boogeyman. That's hurting them and they have to defend themselves. They are making themselves out to be the victim thus changing the power dynamic. That's the threat. That's the that's what we empower. We ourselves we're. We're not, so I think that's the narrative that they try to build so when you say they are making themselves be the victim casting themselves as the victim and changing the power dynamic, the power dynamic doesn't change just because you change the narrative if you have the right lens for analyzing power dynamic only changes if you accept as truth what. What the people who are pushing that narrative say so. This is why we need independent critical thinking as a skill that we develop in this country and all over the world, because people who are trying to manipulate you into believing their side of the story or course you, it's easy to see through once. You've had like as a survivor i. feel like I have a strong.
"ed" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"Either podcast listeners. Welcome to engendered. The show that features stories that explore the systems practices decision policies that enable gender-based violence and oppression and the solutions to end it. We use gender as the lens to understand power and oppression teach feminism and decolonize hearts and minds one story at a time and gender sponsored by Candu. It Spelled K. N. D. U.. I T. and I'm your host Tarry. UN welcome listeners. Happy New Year and I hope that your New Year and you decade is off to a great start if if you haven't already connected with us on social media please do the content on each of the platforms facebook instagram twitter or curated. In a way that each is complementary lamented to the other and we try to make it as non duplicative as possible. We're hoping by now that a good many of you have begun to connect the dots that we've outlined in our original introductory introductory episode between what is happening in our world in our politics and our workspaces and in our homes as we embark on this next year and decade aide. I'd like for us to explore more deeply. The connections between money power freedom and choice. Our upcoming topics include examining the role of masculinity or `gendering Mail on our society how the beauty and lifestyle industries shapes girls and women self perceptions democracy and freedom feminism and the era or the equal Rights Amendment to name a few as always. I would love to hear listener feedback or suggestions if you're a survivor. And you'd like to be featured on our show please contact us us at engendered. PODCAST DEAL DOT COM feel free to also share audio recording through speak pipe on our website or invite us to your podcast the meeting or organization using Gender Lens to speak about these issues of power privilege and oppression. Be sure to connect with us. So you won't miss some exciting announcements and listener engagement moments. We are planning over the next year until next time. Thank you so much. Stay Safe and continue to speak truth to power. Thanks for listening to this episode of engendered. The show is sponsored by Candu at QNA appear base knowledge platform that connects social service service providers in advice community learning you can join can do it. QNA for free at Q.. And A. Dot K. A. N. D. U.. I T. DOT com. I'd love to get your feedback in here. Any questions or suggestions you may have for the show please email us at engendered. PODCAST A I g mail dot com with your questions..
"ed" Discussed on Growing Higher Ed Leaders
"To Boston in university and and working career services there and I was overseeing the career services in the business school there for about a year and then I was asked has to take on a larger role as an associate Dean for student experience at services overseeing all of the student services functions for all the programs in the business school so from Undergrad. It all the way through graduate. And it's been a great opportunity. I can still hold that position as of this episode It provides great challenges every single day. I get to work with amazing people. And that's really the most important thing about this journey and along the way I've have had the opportunity to work with amazing people for amazing people and what I started to realize as I've recently sort of reflected on my own career are and how lead others and how I work with others. I realized that I have had amazing. Opportunities to be men toward toward and supervised by some really amazing people that each in their own way have imparted various pieces of wisdom And I've taken bits and pieces from each of their styles to craft my own style But that does not mean that I'm done learning and in and in fact every single day with each new challenge comes new opportunities to learn from those around us and I started thinking. Wow maybe not. Everybody has those same opportunities to have great mentorship great supervision and great opportunities to learn about their our own capabilities as leaders in higher education. Maybe not everybody has the opportunity to learn about the various aspects of higher education in or their institutions. And I started thinking about my own path and thinking about that if it weren't for some of these amazing leaders that I've worked with I may not have had those same opportunities or that same exposure to the various aspects of a higher education institution. And I thought that is a gap that needs to be closed and so as I said at the top of the show will having been Or having had the opportunity to do radio in college and having that passion for communications I thought. Let's start a podcast. Let's start an opportunity for today's rising aspiring leaders in higher education to learn from some of the best minds in higher ed today from a variety of different departments across institutions and have each episode. Almost be like a peek into the life of someone who works in Higher Ed as an opportunity to grow and learn in from all the experiences of others. The mistakes that we've made along the way and pass along some of this knowledge to help with those who are in this crazy world of higher education learn and grow as aspiring leaders in higher education. So the the plan each episode is that I will have a new guest on. We'll do an interview for about thirty to forty five minutes and and we'll talk about the lessons. They've learned their career paths advice to generate the next generation of leaders and talk cabal The the things that they see as changing in higher education the landscape in higher. Ed is changing all the time we see that quite a bit these days In Higher Education is certainly under fire in a lot of ways and so Each conversation should bring a little bit of insight. Eight into higher education colleges and the inner workings in pass on that new knowledge to you the listener to this podcast broadcast. We will bring guests on from every different aspect of the institution whether it be from the academic academic side working within a college student affairs. Public Relations The business function Auxiliary services you name it. They are so many opportunities in higher education to match the backgrounds and the aspirations of of those who are working in higher ed that it's important to to get those Key learnings from all of those various individuals that work in today's institutions of higher learning. So we'll have a variety have guests. You can always request guest. You can request a guest at our website which is www dot growing higher ed leaders dot Com. And you'll see the menu option there to request guest and if you've had the experience of having a great leader work with you and you feel that others could learn from that same person. I think it'd be great to bring them on the show and so so you can request a guest on the website. I will reach out to them. Invite them to the show and hopefully we'll have a an amazing conversation that we can pass on to others. As I said this is something new. I hope that you will listen and subscribe. Describe to the PODCAST. So that you are up to date with all the latest episodes I hope that we have the opportunity to grow and learn together as I said I've had amazing opportunities. I've been incredibly fortunate to have great growth opportunities into variety of leadership roles and I know that every single day I learned from the day that I just had the challenges I faced and try to bring in new learning thing that I take from that day into every day of my working life and I hope that this podcast each episode can help you take in some of that same learning and apply. Lie that your your daily life as well as hopefully find opportunities for growth within higher education so listen subscribe subscribe share with colleagues friends will learn together and it will truly be hopefully an exciting and regular opportunity for us to learn as always you can visit the website growing higher leaders dot com where you can fine previous episodes request a guest learn more about the guests that will have on the show. Get each episode's notes and of course as always subscribe so for. Now that's it that's the introduction. That's what we're going to do on the growing higher leaders podcast cast. I hope you'll continue to listen. Subscribe share with friends requests guests and I truly look forward to embarking on this journey with with each of you as we continue to grow as leaders in higher education. And I'll see you next time. This has been the growing hired leaders podcast to learn more about this episode's guest recommend a future guests for the show and subscribe visit. WWW w. w. dot growing higher ED LEADERS DOT COM..
"ed" Discussed on en(gender)ed
"Cooking. Mama cooking mama is about cooperating with another player in order to create plates and serve the customers and you're supposed to work together quickly co-operatively operative lee in order to do more and more so so that's that's a cooperative manley girls and women play or the guy's playing that as well while i was introduced i play it. I play the but i was introduced to buy one of my female students so i mean i listened to six beyond i'm looking for are games that are cross gender so then this is the last one that bring a minecraft which is actually one of the most popular games in the world right now. Minecraft craft is like building legos and it is cooperative. The only thing that kind of detracts it is that you can build things like swords and fight eight monsters together but again so so yeah i understand but you don't necessarily that game is so open world and sort of like. Let's build people have used this game him to build computers like that's how complex this game is where you don't necessarily have to focus on the combat part but they do have like a story mode. That's cooperative and everything thing but again. You can actually build a gigantic structures. It's like legos but virtual and it is one of the most popular games in the those are those are the things i definitely have to check out. <hes> i do have a wish for listeners or in gaming core developers though to create more games that are educational in nature that are cooperative for younger aged kids because there aren't enough right now that are nonviolent that actually actually help them learn and not just learn something academic but learn something that can help them develop social emotional skills self-regulation other what kinds of skills that we know that children need more of and can help them better work together in teams and and cooperate as i said not just cooperate as get along but cooperate as problem solve together and i believe that hopefully that the issue will be addressed as we move forward. There are a lot of indie independent companies that are creating their own different new kinds of games and <hes> there there is the market out there for this and a lot of people hopefully <hes> if we include more women and more diversity in who we support with our dollar. I i do believe that that would change so hopefully the culture is changing. Even though we do see a lot of things that are still very very wrong <hes> i'm like in the patriot act that the netflix theory with hassan montage and how he exposes this horrible culture in gaming and and that it is a problem that hopefully with exposure. It'll be address. You're talking about the employment culture and labor practices where developers work really long hours without additional compensation right at risk of losing their job so in games are released there could be a mass layoff with no no cushion at all right right and he also mentioned how he mentioned the bro culture where just these men that sort of exclude women out of developing games and such so it is multiple problems albums that he he talks about but it's something that hopefully with more exposure you'll be able to it'll be able to be addressed but even now there are things in gaming mean culture that are very very i believe counterproductive to that you mentioned gamer gate right in this conversation and this type type of culture still exists on the internet right now the where there's this very insult kind of dominated conversation toward <music> <hes> women who are harassed constantly and when they speak out about it their silence than they harassed <hes> i was. I know that she wasn't the first put what a needed. Sarkisian is the one that i was exposed to more <hes> and now it was it was that was the victim of the of gamer game. I one of the many yeah that was the first victim that i found out about and even till this day there are post on reddit on immature. Turn on other places still bashing these women yeah. So what can we do about that. I mean we have to educate people will like with podcast like this but speak out. I would say speak out if there is a post on the internet. There are people who do see this who do see the abuses who and the people that are speaking who who are putting out this negative rhetoric may not necessarily be informed warm they just go. I it's just culture right so they just like oh. This woman is just complaining she she she's just causing problems or she's a lot of the times times it's people who feel threatened they think that they're they're going after their video games and they're they're trying to take away their identity and and and i think the this fear causes this lashing out right well. It's not just identity. It's also i feel like there's this bro culture like you said the the end in cell culture in particular where you get to hide behind the screen and not explore four or develop the other aspects of your emotional life and that part of their identity like you were saying winging threatened but it's also their ability to hide is being threatened because then it exposes them to ha- or puts them in a position where if other people enter that space they have to be more authentic they have to interact with other people that they may not have the skills to interact with and so that makes them defensive offensive potentially right and i think another reason why they feel defensive is because she speaks truth right she she she exposes as some of these like sex shops for a couple of well. I'm talking specifically about circassian who talks about how the image of women are exploded and video games and but let's say here's the thing if you don't agree with it. Why why are people still so threatened. Let's say you think that that person is completely really wrong about what they're saying. Why is there this hate wise. They're this threat that you feel. You have to harasser and there's a lot of people who are the cell culture. That's is just harassing them. Harassing these women and i think it has essential thing where they realize that this is something that's wrong and they feel that if she's trying to take it away that she's trying to censor them and that's why i say that their identity is being threatened in some ways that sounds like the excuse or explanation that's given by men in defending their attacks on feminism that it isn't really about equality of the genders and sexes but it's actually about disempowering men and i think that's what's a faulty way to look at it. It's only applicable. If you think of power is something that is a fixed pie and if if actually you're empowering women to live their full lives the way that we are actually not empowering men under patriarchy but but men think that they are are everybody can have more powerful lives and richer lives and so the pie can grow in so that's the fallacy that we think that that it's a zero sum game when in fact it's not what everybody is being restrained under the current system of how gender influences and shapes our behaviors and attitudes and instead we are instead of being circumscribed and <hes> and restrained by these boxes we're actually unable to live full lives and be our full selves and so as you were saying men might feel threatened that they're going to be less powerful or have to give up something but rather they're not giving up there actually gaining and they we just have to communicate better what it is that they have to gain right although i would add to that that when a lot of men half power they use it to dominate and suppress others and so maybe they're afraid trade that if someone else has power that they will be dominated and suppress and i think it's a it's a one way of thinking but i feel like that's another reason why essentially they feel threatened which is why we have to teach getting back to what we said in our previous episode of reflections while we we have to teach how children how to use power responsibly and for good to uplift other people rather then to keep them down right instead of dominating. They're using it to make the world better. It's like make instead of trying trying. Having women become more like men. It's more like it should be where you're having men become more like women or the attributes that we assigned to women like nurturing and things like that that's those are the the qualities that should be uplifted and those are not and those are just socially constructed as being gendered male or female when in fact they're just human qualities right you there yeah everybody has them and we should promote those qualities so moving onto our next episode fifty eight..
"ed" Discussed on Ed Tech Smart
"Hello everybody welcome to episode zero of the Ed Texmart podcast. I'm your host show Corletto and this episode is going to be very brief. I promise but it's more or less just a an overview of what I'm trying to do with this podcast and also just to make sure I got all the quirks worked out as far as <hes> my hosting and all that stuff so I'm what the Texmart podcast is is mainly. Just a I myself have been a teacher for fourteen years now I my use of educational technology has has grown tremendously over the last <hes> I'd say the last ten years on something I did a lot of early on in my career book over the last ten years. I've used is quite a bit of educational technology mainly the Google suite of APPs G. Suite G. Suite APPs but there are other things to that. I that I've used it. I I love using in class. I think they they enhanced the the learning that goes on in class. Yes I think education technology can be used as a very valuable tool in many courses many many classes whether it be L._A.. or or are or social studies you name it.