20 Burst results for "Elementary Middle School"

"elementary middle school" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

07:15 min | 4 months ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Of. You know, and I think with that, I'm grateful that I had that stability at my dad's house. I remember always feeling guilty when I would leave my moms. I'm leaving my brothers in that environment. And I can't protect them when I'm not there. So there was some guilt with that. And then it was also like, I'm growing up and I'm getting two different family dynamics. And which one is right? It's hard to make sense of, okay, this one's really chaotic. And then this other one is stable with some chaos. But so constantly having to change my perspective and the way I feel. Yeah, what a mixed message about love and family. It's I imagine in your childhood brain stepping in to be the parent when you were at your mom's to look over your brothers to take care of, you know, your mom probably felt like love on some level from your part that I'm loving my mom. I'm being a good son and probably having no idea that it was robbing you of your childhood. Absolutely. In the moment, proud big brother, and I'm doing what any big brother does, but in hindsight, we learn what other family dynamics are like and compare and realize, okay, that's not how most people grew up. And I don't like to use the word normal, but it wasn't healthy by any means. Right. There's a great book. I love to plug called running on empty by doctor Janice Webb and she was a guest on this podcast and it's about emotional neglect and a really, really important book. I think for anybody to read, but especially people who grew up in households that it just felt like something was missing. You know, maybe people weren't being beat or sexually abused or yelled at, but there was a disconnect there. And that is its own form of. A wound. A wound. You know, when I think back, I feel like there was more trauma that happened in mom's home environment. And when I think of memories of her, the first thing that comes to mind is her sleeping at all hours of the day, her room being really dark and come to find out that's depression. But I didn't know what to make of it then. And then fast forward in my life, that's one of the ways I get out of reality. Draw the blinds, go to bed, and you know, we learn that stuff at such an early age. It's so oddly comforting when you're depressed. And people who aren't depressed look at it and you're like, wow, you're just making yourself more depressed, but in that moment, it feels like the only thing that doesn't feel like jumping into an ice cold pool, you know, for me, that when I'm depressed, everything human connection, responsibility, everything, just feels like an ice cold pool except for my pillow. Yeah. Another recent memory, a lot of memories have been stirred up in the past few months. And a memory that I have at my mom's house is standing in our bedroom. And we had like a big closet mirror sliding mirror. And I'd stare in that mirror a lot. You know, trying to figure out who am I? And I remember maybe ten, 11 years old, and staring in the mirror crying, feeling like, what's wrong with me? There's something different about me. But I don't have a word for it. I just feel different from other people. And then around that same time, getting a self help book, like ten 11 years old. On how to be happy, right? Oh my God. And all I remember from that book is one of the pointers that gave us to drink juice because that can boost your energy levels, you know, like make you feel better. But point being here I am at ten. And you bought it yourself? Yeah, so here it is me trying to parent me because I'm not getting, you know, we're not talking about emotions and feelings. And hey, mom, dad, why do I have this empty void inside of me? What's that all about? How come I look in the mirror and cry, you know? But yet I can't tell you that I do that. You know, I didn't share that with anybody. And this is probably the second time I'm sharing it in my life. Yeah, kids don't have the vocabulary to say, I'm experiencing existential dread. Like something horrible is just around the corner. So what's the next phase of your life? What are the teenage years like? Yeah, you know, so growing up, I was really outgoing playful into sports, grew up playing baseball wanted to be a pro baseball player growing up like so many kids do. And then started high school, and it was like, I was in public school elementary middle school and then I went to a private Catholic school. And something happened from middle school to high school where people stopped being kids, and it's like they knew how to live life, and they knew how to interact and socialize. They knew maybe how to have a dating relationship. And so I realized at this point that I'm behind the curve. I don't know how to interact with people. I feel totally uncomfortable in my skin all the time. And so I just kind of shut down. And the first couple of years of high school, I would describe myself as mute rarely talk to people very, very shy. And really just an observer. And the worst thing that people could do was point that out. You know, that's the last thing I wanted was somebody to say, you're really shy or you don't talk a lot. And were you a big for your age? Were you athletic at that point? And the reason I say this, this is for the listeners, is Michael is he looks like a handsome linebacker. And I think people who would just meet you would say, man, that guy's got it. When you walked up to my house, I was like, why can't I work out more? Jesus Christ, look at look at him. Well, and I'm sure we'll talk more about it, but the driving force I've come to realize is that's a way to protect myself from the world because I'm a scared kid. And so if I can present that I'm this 230 pound muscular guy that you're not going to mess with me because I'm afraid that you will. So it's my way to keep people at bay. But working out has saved my life. So it's not just the physical aspects of it. I'm sure you've heard many times. Just an outlet. And it's been one of the most beneficial outlets. I found some unhealthy outlets, but I think working out has really saved me. So you're in high school, you feel like you don't fit in. Are you playing sports? Playing baseball and where I went to high school really top notch athletic program. I was an outfielder and the outfielders I was competing with two went D one, one went professional, so I'm riding the bench and my dreams of

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:44 min | 7 months ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"You know, I finally saw on social media. I just wanted those collages of all the faces of those kids. And it kind of hit me because all those kids have families. Just think about it. Babies on either babies. And you know, I was listening to the news this morning where one of the teachers, I think she was a teacher that was near that classroom. And she was sobbing. She was like, you know, we thought we were so scared, we all thought we were going to die. Because of course she heard the gunfire and all of that. And just, you know, I'm a former teacher, as you know, I taught elementary middle school and high school. And the first thing that I would have done, of course, is protect my students because the parents entrust me and doing that. And I think if I had been a teacher today, I would have definitely fought to have a firearm with me at all times. As a teacher, because as you know, I'm a holder and I was trained, I also did tactical training, which really helped me with moving targets and all of that. So I feel like I could have been well equipped to do that. I don't recommend that for somebody that is not careful with the firearm or confident with a firearm. And as you know, when you have a firearm, you are always having to practice. That is one of the things that they say that when you have a gun, you have to make sure that you know how to use it. And that you don't forget because that is something that can happen.

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Dinesh and Debbie Discuss Firearms in the Classroom

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:44 min | 7 months ago

Dinesh and Debbie Discuss Firearms in the Classroom

"You know, I finally saw on social media. I just wanted those collages of all the faces of those kids. And it kind of hit me because all those kids have families. Just think about it. Babies on either babies. And you know, I was listening to the news this morning where one of the teachers, I think she was a teacher that was near that classroom. And she was sobbing. She was like, you know, we thought we were so scared, we all thought we were going to die. Because of course she heard the gunfire and all of that. And just, you know, I'm a former teacher, as you know, I taught elementary middle school and high school. And the first thing that I would have done, of course, is protect my students because the parents entrust me and doing that. And I think if I had been a teacher today, I would have definitely fought to have a firearm with me at all times. As a teacher, because as you know, I'm a holder and I was trained, I also did tactical training, which really helped me with moving targets and all of that. So I feel like I could have been well equipped to do that. I don't recommend that for somebody that is not careful with the firearm or confident with a firearm. And as you know, when you have a firearm, you are always having to practice. That is one of the things that they say that when you have a gun, you have to make sure that you know how to use it. And that you don't forget because that is something that can happen.

"elementary middle school" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:42 min | 7 months ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"John, bob, I'm glad to have you with us today on dot com's podcast. It's not going to be with you. Have you called my friend? I guess that's what happens when you share your waffle House menu selections. You really become tight with somebody. Well, you know, when we get to be friends, you know, when I tell you what to order at waffle House, then we've got it down there. Hey, as we get started, one of the things I love to do in this podcast and when I do especially people politicians, I do media people is everybody knows us and I found this to be true and I think you probably have as well. If they see us in the airport or they see us have they know us from this right here, they know it from the camera if you would. They don't know the background. So span just a few minutes telling us, you know, where are you from? How you got here and just give us a good taste of who you are. Well, I'm from Marietta, Georgia originally. I was born actually my parents live in kennesaw when I was born. And we moved to Tampa pretty quickly thereafter and live there for 8 years, but moved back to Marietta when I was 8 years old. And from 8 years on all the way through my 5 years at the university of Georgia and there after my first job in television was in Augusta, Georgia was my home. I love it. I love the braise. I love the dogs. Having the Olympics there was fantastic as well. And it was just, you know, I think I lived there in a perfect time when the state to me, we learned about a three pillars, right? Wisdom justice and moderation. And all three things were readily available to me. Growing up in Marietta, I went to Davis elementary middle school and Lassiter high school for those folks to know. But it was such a great community because people were moving to Atlanta from all over the place. My parents were actually from the northeast, my dad settled in Atlanta in the 70s with my mom when we moved back there, but at that time in the late 80s, early 90s Atlanta was such a boom town and we had people from all over the place. And it was just such a great melting pot of different Americans and all kinds of folks, different races and religions. And I really felt like I had a wonderful public school experience and when it came time for college, the only thing I knew is that I wanted to go to an SEC football school. My dad went to graduate school at the university of Florida, and he took me to a game when I was four years old. It was a Florida Miami game. And it was one of my earliest memories, and I just love the whole thing. And then, you know, my sister went to auburn, and I was spent some time with her at all. My older sister, and I was like, this place is great. All these people are so nice on the planes. And I was like, it's a little boring though. And then finally, I didn't think I was gonna get into Georgia but I did get in and I went there and I had a bunch of buddies of mine who are you older than me in high school that went there and I spent some time with them and the moment I walked on campus I knew I was

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Newsmax Host John Bachman Shares His Backstory

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:42 min | 7 months ago

Newsmax Host John Bachman Shares His Backstory

"John, bob, I'm glad to have you with us today on dot com's podcast. It's not going to be with you. Have you called my friend? I guess that's what happens when you share your waffle House menu selections. You really become tight with somebody. Well, you know, when we get to be friends, you know, when I tell you what to order at waffle House, then we've got it down there. Hey, as we get started, one of the things I love to do in this podcast and when I do especially people politicians, I do media people is everybody knows us and I found this to be true and I think you probably have as well. If they see us in the airport or they see us have they know us from this right here, they know it from the camera if you would. They don't know the background. So span just a few minutes telling us, you know, where are you from? How you got here and just give us a good taste of who you are. Well, I'm from Marietta, Georgia originally. I was born actually my parents live in kennesaw when I was born. And we moved to Tampa pretty quickly thereafter and live there for 8 years, but moved back to Marietta when I was 8 years old. And from 8 years on all the way through my 5 years at the university of Georgia and there after my first job in television was in Augusta, Georgia was my home. I love it. I love the braise. I love the dogs. Having the Olympics there was fantastic as well. And it was just, you know, I think I lived there in a perfect time when the state to me, we learned about a three pillars, right? Wisdom justice and moderation. And all three things were readily available to me. Growing up in Marietta, I went to Davis elementary middle school and Lassiter high school for those folks to know. But it was such a great community because people were moving to Atlanta from all over the place. My parents were actually from the northeast, my dad settled in Atlanta in the 70s with my mom when we moved back there, but at that time in the late 80s, early 90s Atlanta was such a boom town and we had people from all over the place. And it was just such a great melting pot of different Americans and all kinds of folks, different races and religions. And I really felt like I had a wonderful public school experience and when it came time for college, the only thing I knew is that I wanted to go to an SEC football school. My dad went to graduate school at the university of Florida, and he took me to a game when I was four years old. It was a Florida Miami game. And it was one of my earliest memories, and I just love the whole thing. And then, you know, my sister went to auburn, and I was spent some time with her at all. My older sister, and I was like, this place is great. All these people are so nice on the planes. And I was like, it's a little boring though. And then finally, I didn't think I was gonna get into Georgia but I did get in and I went there and I had a bunch of buddies of mine who are you older than me in high school that went there and I spent some time with them and the moment I walked on campus I knew I was

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:59 min | 10 months ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"WBE Chicago this is wait wait don't tell me the NPR news quiz I'm Bill Curtis we're playing this week with Bobcat Goldthwait Hari carnaval and Maeve Higgins and the hearing aid is your host He may be small Peter sagal It's bullying Thank you Bill In just a minute Bill stars in an adorable rhyme con in our listener limerick challenge If you'd like to play give us a call at one triple 8 wait wait that's one 8 8 8 9 two four 8 9 two four Right now panel some more questions for you from the week's news Bobcat this week students in California left class in protest After administrators removed watt from their school Chocolate milk Exactly right bob That officials back a ville elementary middle school in California agreed last week that thanks to its high sugar content chocolate milk would be removed from the school cafeteria and replaced with something healthier Look our kids go to school to catch COVID not diabetes The students angry that the school was being lactose intolerant organized a protest Stomping out of class carrying handmade signs with slogans like we want our chocolate milk and you should see the crap we eat at home The school caved It's now what they're now chocolate milk every other Friday Wait so they used to get it every day Is that what happens in school Apparently yes they used to have an option of having chocolate milk every day at lunch Yeah you can't just cut them off I need some of the good stuff Exactly Yeah and I also feel like in France don't they always have like a bowl of chocolate in the morning It's not just exactly And that's how it's pronounced And so it's very sophisticated Utensils or are they on the floor with a bowl Yeah they laugh They're laughable I'm also thinking like what would the methadone be for chocolate milk addiction probably ovaltine Yeah I think strawberry milk just because it's still sugar but it's fruit Then let the kids have the chocolate milk How many things during the day make you feel good when you're that small It's like oh it's pizza day I'm getting chocolate milk It's the book fair There's only a handful of things we say You're taking one of the key things away Those are still all the things that I look forward to in a day Yeah I'm 59 You tell me I'm getting pizza and chocolate milk Book fair Your glasses spring off your face I feel bad I said book fair It's like oh yeah I'm a nerd That's right Look Faraday guys Other kids are like they enjoy sports day Hurry hurry a woman named Catherine Graham she's from Boston Massachusetts this last week she fulfilled a lifelong dream she went out to LA She got into the audience for a price is right She got called down come on down right She got to compete and get on the stage to play the big game and she won a trip to where Wow that is very specific It really is And also the clues don't really clue doesn't really help so it could really be anywhere in the world No the clue helps Is that right Yeah What do they say Tell me again I said she came from Boston Massachusetts She went out to LA Oh no was it Boston Close enough New Hampshire She won 5 nights in beautiful New Hampshire which is about an hour from Boston Can she tweeted for cash Yeah but it would be like $70 Right Exactly Well the prize was like a flight from LA to Manchester New Hampshire and then a rental car over to Concord the destination for her wonderful vacation So she'd have to fly from Boston to LA to fly back basically I'm not going to say this is a lame prize but this is true on TripAdvisor's list of the top 15 things to do in conquered New Hampshire Number two is the movie theater And number four is it's close to Boston She can see family It's good for her though you know you find out what the prizes before you play I think and it was good for her for not throwing the games like I think that bottle of sauce scrub is cost $76 drew Now if she had lost the 5 night stand Concord she would of course received the consolation prize a 6 night stay and conquered Take that New Hampshire Coming up its lightning fill in the blank but first is the game where you have to listen for the rhyme If you'd like to play on.

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:52 min | 10 months ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The NPR news quiz I'm Bill Curtis we're playing this week with Bobcat Goldthwait And Maeve Higgins and the hearing aid is your host He may be small Peter sagal Thank you Bill In just a minute Bill stars in an adorable rhyme con in our listener limerick challenge If you'd like to play give us a call at one triple 8 wait wait that's one 8 8 8 9 two four 8 9 two four Right now panel some more questions for you from the week's news Bobcat this week students in California left class in protest After administrators removed watt from their school Chocolate milk Exactly right bob That officials back a ville elementary middle school in California agreed last week that thanks to its high sugar content chocolate milk would be removed from the school cafeteria and replaced with something healthier Look our kids go to school to catch COVID not diabetes The students angry that the school was being lactose intolerant organized a protest Stomping out of class carrying handmade signs with slogans like we want our chocolate milk and you should see the crap we eat at home The school caved It's now a long chocolate milk Every other Friday Wait so they used to get it every day Is that what happens in school Apparently yes they used to have an option of having chocolate milk every day at lunch Yeah you can't just cut them off The sugar that I might I need some of the good stuff Exactly Yeah and I also feel like in France don't they always have like a bowl of hot chocolate in the morning It's not just And that's how it's pronounced And so it's very sophisticated I'm not sure if I'm utensils or on the floor with a bowl Yeah they laugh They're laughable I'm also thinking like what would the methadone be for chocolate milk addiction probably ovaltine Yeah Strawberry milk Just 'cause it's still sugar but it's fruit Then let the kids have the chocolate milk How many things during the day make you feel good when you're that small It's like oh it's pizza day I'm getting chocolate milk It's the book fair There's only a handful of things we say You're taking one of the key things away Those are still all the things that I look forward to in a day Yeah I'm 59 You tell me I'm getting pizza and chocolate milk Book fair Your glasses spring off your face I feel bad I said book fair It's like oh yeah I'm a nerd That's right It's unfair to you guys Other kids are like they enjoy sports day Hari Hari a woman named Katherine Graham she's from Boston Massachusetts this last week she fulfilled a lifelong dream she went out to LA She got into the audience for a price is right She got called down come on down right She got to compete and get on the stage to play the big game and she won a trip to wear Wow that is very specific It really is And also the clues don't really clue doesn't really help so it could really be anywhere in the world No the clue helps Is that right Yeah What do they say Tell me again I said she came from Boston Massachusetts She went out to LA Oh no was it Boston Close enough New Hampshire She won 5 nights in beautiful New Hampshire which is about an hour from Boston Can she tweeted for cash Yeah but it would be like $70 Right Exactly Well the prize was like a flight from LA to Manchester New Hampshire And then a rental car over to Concord the destination for her wonderful vacation She'd have to fly from Boston to LA to fly back basically I'm not going to say this is a lame prize but this is true on TripAdvisor's list of the top 15 things to do in conquered New Hampshire Number two is the movie theater And number four is it's close to Boston She can see family It's good for her though you know you find out what the prizes before you play I think and it was good for her for not throwing the games like I think that bottle of small scrub is cost $76 drew Now if she had lost the 5 night stand Concord she would of course received the consolation prize a 6 night stay and conquered Take that New Hampshire And again make it meant to be special coming up its lightning fill in the.

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The rise of legal sports gambling and concerns over maintaining integrity in the NFL I don't think that there's certainly any impropriety when it comes to players or coaches and as they approach their job Every guy who's out there is trying to catch the ball right Everybody who's out there is trying to score They're trying to win the China scores make points as possible there They're not worried about what the line is on the game or what the bet is as far as who's going to score the first touchdown or whatever else I think they're just playing the game they normally play Stay tuned for that conversation with Drew Brees plus later in the hour We catch up with Vince sports group CEO Steve griggs That's the parent company of defending Stanley Cup champs The Tampa Bay lightning fact they're going for three in a row That's straight ahead on the Bloomberg business of sports show but first let's look at some of the top stories of the week beginning with The World Series the fall classic and the ratings okay for our time today the ratings aren't bad It's not old school ratings but the ratings aren't bad Well right now the game one is in the head a threading of 6.1 and 10.8 average 10.8 million people watching the game It's up 20% from last year But last year that's of course all the games were played in Arlington Texas the Dodgers played the Tampa Bay race But what you really have to measure it against is two years ago when the Washington Nationals and the Astros went 7 games in a very exciting World Series and its down 16% Other than the COVID season last year it is the lowest rated World Series opener since they began keeping records And that's discouraging of got to be discouraging for broad Manfred and baseball people Yeah but baseball is in football Is that what it comes down to Yeah but it's their ultimate sport This is it This is their NBA Finals Stanley Cup finals This is their sort of Super Bowl week I wonder how much it has to do with the fact that the Houston Astros are playing in the World Series as well How much residual anger is there among baseball fans overall that this is the Astros who were caught in that cheating scandal not so long ago I'm sure a lot of people are thinking like it's TV execs Man we wanted the Dodgers and we wanted Boston dang This now we got this And it might be a point you guys are breaking Yeah I think that thing was so long ago what happened in 2017 that it's really a pandemic four times Yeah So many things have happened since then I think it's the late hour I mean you know life and for young kids boys and girls who are of high school or elementary middle school age it's a devastating news I mean none of them will get to watch the World Series They will know what happened Remember that guy who was trying to run for an office in New York the rent is too dang high Well the games are two dang long We gotta do something about this Scarlet what do we do Well you know one thing that there's a really good story I read about how rob Manfred the commissioner of the MLB is kind of caught in this awkward position because wherever the game is played whether it's Houston or Atlanta The local fans there are not fans of him overall or of MLB given that they felt he scapegoated the Astros for the cheating scandal when it was fairly common for people to steal signs Of course that was ancient history as lynchy just pointed out but more recently of course Manfred had pulled the All-Star Game in response to Georgia's new voting law And so there are a lot of people in the braves organization who are not happy with Manfred either And ironically the World Series is coming back to Atlanta which was celebrating the great Hank Aaron You can see the 44 mode into the lawn out there and a lot of people lost a lot of money when they pulled the game out of Georgia It probably politically was the right thing to do but economically it wasn't then the people that work at that ballpark and count on it to make their living and meet their rent and meet the car payment didn't have a chance to work that game all those three games because it's a big festival So he'll get booed by Atlanta wins in his hosting the trophy there Whoever series ends in Atlanta he'll get bored and if it ends in Houston get food there Get food overall I guess that's the deal that you make when you are a commissioner of a major sports league Speaking of people getting booed right now we talk about baseball The Cleveland roller Derby team they're booing MLBs Cleveland Indians Now the Cleveland Indians are going to change their name to the Cleveland guardians So what's the problem Why is this Cleveland roller Derby team suing Because their name the Cleveland guardian They're the original guardians Yeah Yeah Now you know I hate to I don't want to make an opinion but I gotta say it the attorney said look you can't go into Chicago And then name of lacrosse team and then name that team the Chicago Cubs It's not going to work And you know they've got a point I'm not sure what to do here I don't know how New York got away with it years ago when the New York Giants had a football team and the baseball team in the national league team would have played in the Polo Grounds was the New York Giants There were two New York Giants teams didn't get involved maybe Maybe that was it You know what.

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"I grew up in apartments my whole life too so i was very much into the idea of a quintessential american life and i didn't have that and on top of that. I i'm indian. I'm brown so i was just like moving around just was another like no matter where i moved that sense of isolation followed me and when i moved to india We actually moved to india because my mother got a divorce from her second husband and we really felt like we just needed to escape. We needed to get away. And that's when we moved in with my grandparents and that was i remember the first day of school they had. I went to a k through twelve school. And which is very different than americans school which is like elementary middle school high school and i remember being so small i was nine and seeing all these big kids around me and i freaked out like i've gone from being this kid who loved school being the kid like clinging to their mothers clothes and screaming in front of everyone else like a very easy going child and i took a complete one eighty and i remember saying. Please make me go there. Please don't make me go in there and What i went in there my life my life changed and the way i saw myself also changed forever. I really i think. That's when a lot of like self-doubt anxiety started to form in my life And then when i when i turned fourteen my mother got remarried and for the third time in the last time. Maybe who knows but my stepdad is an amazing human being And he was living in memphis at the time. So that's what. We moved from. India to memphis and and i was in chennai india which is in the south of and memphis was really interesting because i while in india i really just missed america like i missed the comfort of america and i say that because you know india's very different there's a lot of people the government is just like work so differently You know the way communities. Form is just so different to than in america. And i constantly felt like i was everyone was watching each other and i would watch all these high school. Tv shows again. You know that kind. Of reminder of the quintessential american life. That i didn't have and i would always. Oh i can't wait to go back to america. So i can like go to high school and have a locker and have a boyfriend and like all these like very arbitrary things that i associated with like normal but when i moved back to the states like i went to a school that was like eighty five percent black i had never seen. Tv show with characters that were like all black. So it's like what i thought was. America had completely shifted into like this again. Another cultural shock of like. Wow this is america's very different than what i had in my head This is another side of it. That i wasn't seeing and going to school in memphis taught me. I mean that was one. I think i also started really solidifying. Like who i was as an american but then also like my place in the indian community because the indian american community i was in was very much like model minority. Like all of our kids like all the parents were like. All our kids are gonna go to ivy league. Schools are going to play to. And i was like i..

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Us this. This is your first time. Welcome to the show up. You get a look at your journey with us now in terms of journeys almost along with a wonderful me grain. Welcome to the show. He told me thank you. Thank you rick. I really appreciate it now. Everybody who's on the go just for some context where going to be speaking. Tell me about his Saif chevron's tramps transportation opportunity. They are going to be talking about. It's entrepreneurial journey about he's book also the top five reasons to earn a non-emergency medical transport company and also about why this industry sector will offer you so many opportunities now. That's a lot to get at and sentence. Tell me absolutely but you hit it right on the head. You know huge opportunity in this market stumbles kind of stumbled into this industry. When a neighbor of mine Owned a mercedes. Sprinter van I started to ask. What does she used it for. And she gave me kind of a brief intro on the whole nine. Emergency medical transportation industry so They kind of got my interest going a little bit. And then i started to put my My own brains behind that business and see that there was actually not that many barriers to enter that market so So i started to kind of put my brain on what needs to happen next. I bought a van Got a website and then Eight months later one of the biggest One of the biggest non emergency medical transport companies in palm beach county florida. And i really want to unpack this because we have a lot of entrepreneurs up business just about down the of maybe this struggling through this process and of love to get your insights about what really tixx to bay successful in a new business ventures such as this one. But before we do that. Tommy i'd love to also maybe go back a little bit in time and look at your life wondering have you always lived in south florida. Is that where i am has always been for. You know. no i'm actually Born and raised in louisville kentucky. So i've actually Till about About ninth grade lived in louisville kentucky And then i actually. I moved to michigan for high school and college. My parents switched jobs and moved up. Family up the michigan so All my education Post elementary middle school was in michigan West bloomfield high school and then i went to eastern michigan university where graduate degree in communications fantastic..

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

Overthrowing Education

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

"Hannity's classes fantastic and so i think that those are great ideas you know start a history podcast and all of the ways you know everything that you do to create a podcast. Those are all really great learning opportunities on many many levels like you were saying even just like the research that's involved or the writing skills that are involved the technical skills that they learned that can be used in so many other ways later on. I think those are all super super valid and we never ask our kids about their purpose. Those kind of you know deeper questions that when you start having kids inquire about how to create questions and having them become experts and questions. You get to those topics and i think that that's so important to spend some high school time thing about our purpose and having time to do that carved out for us you know absolutely absolutely and yeah and that's so important and that's why i really love the ideas and that's why i was interested in having you on because i really loved the idea of finding these ways to give students agency and voice and sense of purpose like you said and i actually think that as much as you said. Well this is for high school your idea your bigger broader ideas definitely for high school but the podcasting that can happen in middle school that can happen even in elementary school. That those ideas of bringing voice in for the students to find ways just to hear themselves even if they don't put it out there in the larger world you can you know they can still create content. That can go out to more authentic audiences. Even if it's just going out to parents or community. Or whatever i had ron berger on a previous episode and we really talked about that about how important that is for kids of all ages to be able to shine in their work and to be able to share it with other people in the world so that it feels authentic right and if you think about kids now that they sit there in their chairs and they think will be on the test exactly. That's the context it's heartbreaking. That's how they spend their day. You know one way. I got rid of that. I don't give tests no one. Once i stopped giving tests and quizzes. I never got that question again. I no one ever asked me. Why do i need to know this. Because i always made it really clear like why this would be relevant in their life or you know either through the doing or just by telling them or just threw. It became really clear and Once i stopped giving tests and quizzes. I never once got that question. I also never got the question after you know in the last years. What are we gonna do today. I used to put my agenda on the board and so that stopped that question. But then even as i was going on and they were just engaged and excited to be there then i stopped getting that question as well and i kinda stopped putting the agenda on the board. Sometimes i still did. If i had like a series of things that i wanted to make sure we got through. Yeah it's not. I mean having an agenda. I mean those things are important and like with any data. But it's you were mentioning that the middle school elementary middle school elements of high school but the the dynamic where right now. The teacher is kind of the industrial manager right and the and the stewards and say you kinda mix it with other metaphor of them being kind of consumers right and the textbook is what we're having them consume. I'm talking about flipping out to the student. The digital economy. The way works is create share data. Right that's how you're making it a podcastone. Apper tweet tweeting or youtube. You know you create share you get back the date on that cycle and so if you do that in the classroom where the students are driving the agenda. There is an opportunity for that in high school. That's unique different from other grades but of course of course with the teacher support there are versions of this. That would work. You know for everybody. It's fun stuff to you. Know my my little three year old that you hear in the background you know. She knew how to use a screen before she could talk. So she'll teach us about things. Right so yeah. Of course i agree with you. Yeah yeah when my son was eleven he was giving computer camp two kids that were like fourteen years old and teaching them computer languages so yes and terrifying ex exactly. That's perfect description. This has been so wonderful navin. I really really appreciate it.

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

The Art of Online Business

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

"Normally when it comes to like teachers store. I try not to look at what my competitors are doing. I don i want. I want those blinders on. I don't want anyone accusing me of taking a look. But i wanted to see what was out there and what i can provide as a hole in the market. I kept on hearing people posting questions in facebook groups and forums and sending dm's and if there was other things were in existence. They knew about them. It wasn't appropriate for them. So i needed to find a way that okay so i needed to to provide resources for everyone. My expertise is not the pre k. Grades three realm. I can create it. I can create a team to create it. I don't want to. I don't want to help to help with abbott. That's not my expertise. I got no one on my teachers to teach you just because of resources for upper elementary middle school and high school. And i knew that i needed to create a platform exclusively for those. Sap's kazaa they're the ones that are kind of left behind. We weren't really trained in that in graduate school. We learned a lot about the younger ones. A lot of us did student teacher. Placements with the young i me myself. I was with grades. Two through five for my student teaching placement here. I am working with older ones. So i know that there is a need for training Better understanding of what we're working on how we are different with then resource teachers versus literacy Specialists why we don't want to be a the pierre like a tutor weren't trained in some of these things but I wanted to create a site that not only was giving them the resources but of teaching him how to use it and i felt like that was a big missing piece and you got all this Listening to your audience and you're getting dm's and messages and comments and so forth and just taking this all in in sort of like okay you're keeping track of it in whatever way like okay. Yeah and then you say anti google doc. Nothing fancy yeah. Yeah and i mean it's another. It's another perfect example.

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"For every child in the class. Because if everybody's buying their own your own right. It shouldn't a big deal. I totally get your frustration on this thing but let me back up to the one important question i have for you. You knew all this stuff before the first day of class they spell it out for ya correct to. What are you going to do about it. What's mine is mine. So you're not going to follow the instructions from the classroom. No doesn't that set things up kind of tough for the kid doesn't this make doesn't this things make doesn't this make it difficult for your kid. Yeah but my kids. Ocd too just like lawyer in. So you wanna feed into that but you know what you want you want to feed into it as opposed to work with it working with it. Yeah yeah. I know you're buying supplies right. come on. I agree with supplies lot. Who cares which once you get. So why don't we do the same thing with lunches hold it. Hold it hold it. Don't do this. I got a guy here who does that. We have a guy here on retainer. Who's better at this than you can possibly believe. So let's just say what we're actually talking about here. Okay you just said it's just supplies. And i'm like yeah that's their point. It's just supplies. Did not my kid had his own supplies that we purchased. 'cause there might be something that my child. What if you know if it's a left handed scissors am i supplying everything for all the left-handed people i don't know do we have. Do we have that as part of that. I don't know telling specific. I don't like the fact that you're warned upfront. They say to you look. Here's how we do it in this school. If you don't like that shouldn't you take your kid to a different school rather than purposely. Be a probable. No because you know what they also put in their tissues hand sanitizers and then if you go in there and you see the cachet of what the teachers have in their little stockpile that they hand out. It's like they have enough and if my child puts all in his backpack. I have no problem sharing if somebody needs a pencil. I give them a pencil. It says we like power sharing sharing. But it's it's it's bringing in the cachet ahead of time for redistribution. That's that's called sharing four lead him. Sharing is caring. I understand al care. Bergen thanks man. You gotta dave. How would you feel when you show up here i. I'm not going to change the topic. I'm not going to okay. I understand a hundred percent this situation and it doesn't need to be set up for me in a different situation like me coming to work and someone switch. Might whatever out okay. I've raise children. I've done back to school shopping which you have not done. I've gone through elementary middle school high school and college twice i've done. It didn't like everything. Some things i did like but the bottom line is i have two daughters who both graduated university. We made it through. How did you. I don't all you gotta thought on this. You've got a couple of sons. Have done the same thing right right and you just do you wanna die on every hill. He does yet in reality. He doesn't but he wants to die on every hill. There's gonna be blow back. There's going to be more work for you chris. You're gonna have to deal with this and it's only a fricken pan change hansen. The policies already set. You wanna go. You wanna go around and change. The policy then started up. You got to go to the pta. All the your allies doll fort. Man you're gonna it's to be another hill tomorrow over something just as insignificant to be these people that we you're going to be these people that we see on. Tv losing their minds. Every you know you're gonna be out at night. You know when these meanings are there at seven o'clock at night and you get up at what time in the morning four thirty. You wanna do that for my child. I would do that or i would not put them in a public school. That's probably my first choice. I would put them in a private school. That may be but you have no guarantees of the private school that they don't have similar policies. That are going to piss you off because they aren't run by chris. Boyer perfect school superintendent. You're right and so. I would vote my wallet and move them to a different school. But why do you think that moving do a different school. You have to be the superintendent to where you move them to for you to be happy. They're going to do something there. That you don't like ryan hills there to buddy. Yeah just because you take him to. If you took them over to bishops school or la hoya country day you paid more than people paying college tuition. You're still gonna find things that you don't like but now you to pay twenty thousand dollars a year for kindergarten literally. Yeah you have that money. Twenty thousand a year for kindergarten. Because you didn't to do things in public school which are already paying for you're paying twice for to go to school and guess what they still have policies in the private schools that you won't like you know what they're in private schools new york sixty thousand dollars a year. They're teaching of the things that you can't stand like criminal race theory and stuff like that. Yeah how do you think it. You're going to get away from this stuff. I think that you have to find a school. That doesn't teach A communist hate america jealous such thing. It doesn't exist no way you're gonna find. Yeah that's it you're gonna have to home school your kids. Yeah maybe that's what i do. Oems da good. Your lawyer about on the podcast. You wouldn't ever stay home and home school. Your kids you're gonna give up your career home school your kids. It depends on what my wife made if you made enough money for both for so someone else is gonna do this for you i. There's no way that i could quit my job and raise a child and homeschool so you need a mother and a father right. So you're going to family so you you raise the sword and you write off on your crusades is stanford now you go do it. Someone else has to your wife can just forget about her career. Whoever's making more money and has more of a A promising career. The person should be the one who stays at the career and enables the person who doesn't have i know it it'll be not you maybe not a hundred percent. Not maybe not. You really think you're going to stay home and home school your kids. But we're i mean we're talking about hypotheticals all down the line with me so upset. If i said hypothetical means something could happen not never in a million years. Well we're probably a little bit passed by point to have children and be married. Not in that order be married and have children and then stay home and homeschool. This is your job to imagine what you would do if you were in that situation. Yeah my wife made more money than me and had You know a lawyer doctor or whatever. Yeah i'd be the guy who stayed home with the kids. Mr mom kris border. He would do that for all. You people like jennifer yet salik. He's.

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on Talking Lion

"About your in seattle. I'm in seattle washington the emerald city. You're saying how you're in seattle union software Which is what you studied in school right. I was home schooled. Actually already right okay. Let's le- let's let's let's turn back the jock deep and tell us about childhood will give us your childhood what traumatized you did fall the playground like what's yeah basically my parents are both nerds and that program and and that's kind of why they moved out to seattle at initially and why. I grew up in the area and my mom was like the v. like go to work parent. And then my dad was stay at home parent and i think i have a sister who you can see in the family video that i just posted and my sister and i early on when it was kind of kind of the age that we would be going to preschool or a little bit before that then my dad i think kind of god board and just taught us stuff like how to a hundred and stuff Because why not. And then we turned out to be kind of we sort of knew too much to be able to get the most out of like actual preschool. And so i. I think the origin story is that my dad was just like all right. This is my life now and just went our. I think it's more complex than that. But but that that was kind of the initial thing. And then so. I was home schooled for all of elementary middle school high school and college. How do you home school. College not easily but i mean home. Schooling isn't just about like your parent teaches you every single thing. It's more about like they find kind of different resources that you can use to kind of guide you through it depending on the subject. So at one. Point the core. Sarah and you ask and and ryan demi and all those websites kind of started happening right as i was entering high school age and when those websites i came out a lot of their courses were about programming and free.

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on The Latched Mama Podcast

The Latched Mama Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on The Latched Mama Podcast

"How are you. I'm doing great. I'm so happy you're here. We were just talking before we started about how much of a gift i feel like this. Podcast is sometimes to me as well just because i get to talk to experts. I wouldn't normally talk to and get all the all the t- on on how on how to help me with my kids too so it's nice Can you introduce yourself a little bit. Tell everybody a little bit about you sure. Well it's not every day that i get considered an expert. I love it well. That sounds pretty thirteen years right. Yeah yeah. I mean. I think that puts you in expert category for sure love it so i'm a school counselor with both elementary middle school experience. i am embarking upon a new position next year. I'll be the pre k. Through twelve school counselor at the stuart school. Awesome so very excited about that I have been between chesterfield and my early career and then most recently in henrico county And also have an educational consulting business. The energetic counselor. So that's me. I love it And you know. Being school counselor is my passion School based mental hill is what drives me. And what i feel like. It's my calling it's my dream job. I can't imagine doing anything else. Love it. I think it's so funny. You know when you're in the trenches of early early parenthood because you have two children yourself. How do you know it's all about like are they ever gonna sleep through the night or like How do i start solids or you know like how. How do i deal with tantrums. But then all the sudden there's a stage of parenthood parenthood where you start to realize they're turning into you know true humans with feelings and true true emotions that you know. They can sometimes trigger things in us and they can. Sometimes you know. Bring up things that we hadn't thought about that. We don't know where it resources you know to turn to and stuff. So i think positions like yours and i don't know just the fact that you're so passionate about it is such an amazing kind of lesson just in general that there are resources for people everywhere you know. I i remember being so relieved. When i i found a speech therapist for my kid and i thought it was like this huge monumental thing that we needed to get him him help with some of his sounds and some of his speech but then i realized what a huge blessing she was to our life and i'm sure families everywhere. I felt the same about you for the last thirteen years. So thank you so Definitely have in my own. Children has helped me to just really explore even my job and what i do as far as my passion In a unique way. Yeah harris is ten okay so she's an older. Elementary school child and berkeley is getting ready to start kindergarten. Mike so definitely see some of my personality traits playing out in them. One hundred percent such exciting cool thing to kind of watch them grow into their own people But yeah you know also look at them and want them to succeed you know socially and emotionally as much as possible so i mean i guess we can just get started. I mean why. What has the last year and a half looked like for these kids..

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"We are on the zoom where it happens. Lear on the zuma it happens because you know what you guys fucking delta fucking deal. I am scared to be around anyone. Yeah and we decided to be safe. We make it happen on this and where it happens. Look we can do this. We are who we are wherever we are. We are we are. Wherever we are including zimmer it happens including the room where it happens but this week. It just feels like all of that. The party's over babe. Oh i'm fully vaxjo. All of a sudden nine breakthrough case. And i'm not claiming to be an infectious disease expert. But i am claiming to be a doctor and it just feels that like all of a sudden do. Wouldn't you have thought it was really crazy like two months ago. If someone was like. I got that axiom and i got kovin at this point. I don't even know what to you know. Yeah all i know is that i currently have to unvaccinated children in my house visiting me my niece and my nephew and i just want to keep everybody safe so once i bleach every surface of my home. Maybe burn a couple blankets. Then maybe we be back yeah. We're just being safe. We're in no rush foreign. no rush. we're in no rush because we have zoom zoom where it happens as an ear right. We do have it and we'll always have it and we'll always have zoom always have it and young l. saying you know what else we will always have caroline. What jackie pallets always. They're always palettes. And do i have a pallet for you this week. I'm waving my hands up pallet. let's be honest. you have one hand up. I'm holding my hand because again for some reason. Carolina does not have a my extent. I still don't understand what i feel. I feel alive when i'm holding the mike. At some point we need to get you like a faux stage. In the whole time we were running around doing crowd were like blocking and then there's a curtain i know i just feel like i'm a comedian. Like i'm a stand up communion us. I guess i feel our i feel like howard stern with my mic. Stand yeah i might ask you to. I might ask you. If you're fully shaven i might throw salami at your ass. You are the howard stern of the beauty podcast world. I would say that right thank you. That's my compliment. So i have a pallet for you. And then i also have something really exciting and it's palate related. It's a holland jason. Thanks to jason. It is pallet related. And this is something so exciting for the honeys. The everybody okay. Everyone's gonna be excited young and we talk about pallets so much we do. I think we were married two pallets. I've taken things full circle. And i'm excited for this revelation. But i i must drop a link in the chat as always troubling in a chat so caroline growing up. Were there any child. Television shows that you watch kids programming. Of course any iconic television programs that you recall that you watch that everybody wash perhaps it had an iconic theme song loved sesame street a little little a little older grow up teen a little old. There's nothing older than sesame street. Sesame street i was well. You're a little younger than me. You probably elementary middle school. Okay you're asking me to name television show with an iconic theme song. Yes everybody walks. It was like bush. So i'm either thinking it's full house or saved by the bell bing.

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"It's going to start happening. It's going to ship off google's already doing it. So google announced a major initiative last year where they've got six month training programs in several key areas mostly technology based but they're like it's like a hiring farm system like the major league farm training at as as a citizen so i'm a i'm a lifelong educator semi biases there. I always want our citizens to know about history. And i saw that thing day that this many middle school and high schoolers have no concept of nazi germany. Don't know what that story is right. That's tragic did it. So you got history. You've got basic science. We've got folks like we talked about the codemax near the folks who we don't even have basic science literacy across the board so we can't even say is this is their science. There's math there's just general quote unquote knowledge. My fear about having some of these companies break off into so you know what i'm going to eighteen trade program. Come work for me. Is you lose. A collective knowledge of the other side of it is i. We can't charge one hundred thousand dollars for. We can't possibly think you make a good point. You find that balance. So so. Because i'm pretty vocal on this educator's i've had some educators coming what is your. Why do you hate higher education. I go number one. I don't i respect the liberal arts. But what i'm saying is is there's more to the college experience than just your liberal arts were. Yeah and so. You're going to have to get trained. You guys have going to have to step your game up in training people to be able to move into the workforce and adapted to go where i love the focusing liberal. I would say this that. I i probably gonna freak you out on this but i i'm for a basic level of history. I think we need to be teaching better in the in the in the elementary middle school highschool the once you get to the college age unless you want go into history i could be like. Hey you know look we. We've gotta make higher education about preparing people for their future. So to me i go i love i love a custom i love some customization meaning. A kid comes in and goes look. I want to go into this. Hey we think this would be good. And i'm i of course stuff at college but i'm not as concerned about i'm more concerned about what you're talking about. Why is this true because of our current education system in k. through twelve. I remember stuff from history from k. Through twelve. I remember stuff about science on a whole lot. Because i don't like science but i'm not good sites and that's what i teach and that's where i think. A lot of the tirade problems outside of the pricing which is whole thing. And you start rolling downhill. Pull on that thread. Man comes all back to test base in kindergarten. Middle is we got a lot of for hours and hours so the bottom line is it's gotta be relevant and has got to be for people to do all right. I see some folks in the lobby. Great crowd here. Don't move or taking your calls. This is the the welcome back to the ramsey show. I'm ken coleman ramsey personality hosted the ken coleman show on the radio network joined by my colleague dr john bologna. He's the host of the duck. John ramsey probably wondering how much time you spend on those names. Was there a lot of creative people in the room and those hours and hours upon hours we came up with. What do you think about the Ken coleman show. Yeah good. We liked it. Okay let's go with that. So that's what we the same thing was. You had some awesome rock band names that we're gonna. It was gonna be awesome dude great. It didn't work all right. Couple as a gates triple eight eight to five five. Two two five also engage with us on social media as well John and i were talking during the break. And based on what. He does on the dr john loan john. Dr john dillon. Show easy said focusing on relationships the mental and emotional health. And i'm helping people get out of those dead end jobs Get out of some toxicity. He and i both deal with this. So we're talking to break so we're gonna throw this out there if your situation right now. You're walking out the baby steps your gazelle intents and you really need that job. I mean it's the shovel but you're in a really crappy. Let's just call it toxic nasty situation with either co workers or your leader or your leader leaders and impossible pinhead i did. An event with the entree leader the other day entreleadership. That you know the group here. Yeah about leaders. Only hear about your bad leaders. Plus the worst thing with companies. Is the leadership just horrible leadership situation. You want some advice from john. And i we love to hear about your boss. Here's the deal will change your name and your location. Yes because we don't want you to get fired. We want you to leave and tell them to stick it right. That's a great song by johnny paycheck. Take this job at shove it. Yes eight to five calls about your own here. I wanna hear do that. But i look at this. We got another fantastic couple out in the lobby of ramsey solutions on the debt. Free stage from austin texas scott and hollie welcome. Yeah so you're here to do a debt. Free scream exciting. Okay tell us about. How much did you pay off. One hundred ninety four thousand five hundred hundred ninety four thousand five hundred dollars in how long two and a half years. What and we paid the first hundred forty thousand off in the first thirteen months. Oh goodness now does. This include a house. It does not debt. Was it cars cars way. Am i guessing here. That you're a gearhead. yes sir. what kind of cars. Man anything that has wills. Now come on. Tell me something to in there. Your little proud of sixty nine chevy nova. I knew it. I knew it anything up to twenty.

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"They're trying to understand why that racial inequality exists that they see and generally speaking does messages verbally and non verbally that are telling them that certain people have more because they are more and other people have less because they are less and so as parents if we put our children out an dangerously unequal society with these racist ideas scrolling. What's going to happen to them. Until what i've been saying is that. I think i we have to recognize that our children are trying to understand racial inequality and we can actively say to them that you know. This group does not have more because they are more no. This doesn't have less because they are less. You can actively say haitian american child that there's nothing wrong with you because of the color of your skin you can say to. You know a white american child. There was nothing special about because of the color of your skin. Now your special when you're nice and when you're hardworking but it's not because of your skin color if we don't actively teach our children this what else are they going to end ultimately conclude about where why racial inequality exists. I feel like has proactive. As i try to be with my children yes. Toughest just everywhere. My son even said the other day that he wanted to bleach his skin. And i don't. I don't want to get emotional like but i just paused and i just at him and i just wanted to do everything in my power to assure him how beautiful his skin was. And i certainly then apparent started a question. I hope didn't in a way contribute. Not that i put that in his head. But then i mean he. He does have an adoptive white mom and dad. So am i in a way. Even though i'm not saying or doing anything but just my physically my my skin being white but yeah. I just tried to pour into him that his loved. I don't know if you have any advice for me for that comment for a long time from roughly nine thousand nine hundred fifty s up until about ten or fifteen years ago scholars believe that parents teachers had dominant influence on the racial attitudes of children. What recent research is finding. Is that parents and teachers actually have less influence than is commonly thought and that actually the social and racial environment which includes classmates which includes messages. A child is seeing on. Tv or in books has a pretty significant influence on the racial attitudes of children. And and so it's it's because of that. It's hard to say like what role. I would have played if my daughter said that. Or you know what role you have played if your daughter said that but what i do know when we think of the media you know white is beautiful is a dominant idea. i mean there's just a dominant idea and even as adults we can rejected but a child. It's hard for them to know that that's not right right and so the way we can do that as actively teaching away from that you know i. I think it's important for parents of children of color to ensure that they're bringing in books into the home that they're teaching that talk about the beauty of dark skin to speak against those dominant ideas that even go to encourage them to play with dolls. That are similarly beautiful. Encourage them to watch shows like cnn stuff in and others that that sort of normalize dark skinned children. We just have to his parents actively teach teach against this with sticking with too. I've no. I've got a lot of parents listening. That are raising my kids and you said just because of the color of their skin. They're not more special. I don't know if you have any other tips for parents. That are listening. Because i know there's a lot happening in the media that is influencing our kids but we still have a responsibility at home to implement things such as that which i thought that was a great example so i think it's i important for parents of white children to know that just as a a black child can say you know. I want to bleach skin white. A white child can say. I'm happy my skin it's white. It's the same idea and they. They're thinking that because they see whiter. Skin is superior and so so just as that that parent of kids of color Should be in should do seeing characters in books in in stories and in shows that show the sort of beauty of all the different skin colors you know so so too should should parents of a white children one thing that think researchers of finding specifically as relates to to to children but also including my children is our nonverbal language as parents especially for younger children When i mean by younger children is you know preschool. Elementary middle school. Children is actually more influential than our verbal language about race. And what i mean by non verbal language. Is things like our kids. See who our friends are you know. So that exceed who comes to our home. Our kids see that when we're walking down the street and in a in a in a white guy passes we don't get a little fearful but then when that black guy passes you know someone clutches their purse. Our kids see everything that we do that we don't even say so. I think we have to really police for lack of a better term are nonverbal racial language with our kids and i mean i think that the parents that might be doing some of those things. It's been passed down like something that their parents did. And then those you know and it's just something that follows us until we start to actually implement the change and i think that that's helpful for a lot of the parents listening to hear. Now that's a step for if you're a parent and you can do with your kids but an adult that maybe someone's listening right now. That has no kids. I i won a backup. And have you define the definition of racist and also of anti-racist. Can you break that down. So i defined racists as someone who is expressing an idea of racial hierarchy or supporting a policy that is leading to racial inequity with their action or inaction and defined anti-racist is very opposite someone who is expressing an idea racially quality or supporting policy that is leading to racial equity with their action and so inherent in those two definitions is i. These aren't fixed sort of times. It's like someone who is so an another words. You can be described as racist or anti racist based on what you're saying a based on the type of policy that supporting in any given moment and so in one moment you can say black. People are lazy which is connotation of racial hierarchy which is a racist idea. And then in that moment you being racist if in the next moment let's say you're supporting medicare for all which would eliminate racial disparities and uninsured rates. Which then would create equity lease as relates to unin insurance and uninsured..

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"elementary middle school" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"elementary middle school" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

"Productions in high school we traveled all around One act plays my my theater. Teacher wrote one act plays that were being performed all over the nation so i was really fortunate to be a part of the cast of the first cast. You know so. We're were in the program But so i did. Theater was my life and high school. And then i did some college and then I put it off When i became a mom and that was fine that was good because like i said my son was my every day you know so it was whatever he was in kratie or baseball or you know whatever he was in that was my priority and when he moved out that void that i had i filled back up with the Acting which Really the. I think that's why i'm so motivated now for acting is just. It's still you know. Giving me what. I need of mentally and spiritually away just because it. Just it motivates me it makes me happy it's always challenging in it's rewarding But yeah so that's kinda kinda learned. It was okay to be gwen again. Not just mom not somebody's wife but it was okay to be gwen and it was. It's okay for me to do something for me and now i was doing something for me again. So that's a great way to say that right of the permission. Almost the opportunity to be gwen again. And you also strike me as somebody who when you're doing something you're all in like your invite you know investigating this in. You're researching that you're planning for this and you're in that moment so talk a bit about that. Because oftentimes people try to multitask get involved with multiple things at the same time but you have it down to a science about focusing on one thing. How do you do that well i. I'm not very good with surprises and changes. I'm i'm a much better if i'm prepared. So if i get a film role. I do background. I create a character. I in my mind. I i know what the character is thinking or how they answer a question or what their background is. If it has an orgy been given to me. I i will do that. i also must special education pair of professional so I work at a level for behavioral school. So these are students that are have challenges and troubles have came from other schools that come to our school where he threw a. We have kindergarten through twelfth. And then we have an eighteen to twenty one year old program which we call the transitions program helping that transition young adults in to adulthood be able to move out either move out on their own or just gaining independence that they normally wouldn't have and i've worked in the elementary middle school the high school and for the last two years i've been working with the eighteen to twenty one year old. We we things that i've learned from working with them. And your we have personal missions and things that we get done but you have to prepare and we're teaching these students. We're gonna take a bus trip. Let's look at the bus know schedule. What do we need to take their would you. You know what. What bus do we need to take that you know we schedule and i'm an organizer anyway. This this kind of thing is is good. So i use that part of me. That needs organization or needs..

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Massachusetts Sets Deadlines For Elementary, Middle Schools To Shift To In-Person Learning

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00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts Sets Deadlines For Elementary, Middle Schools To Shift To In-Person Learning

"State of Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. Is out with a timeline for when schools have to go back to full time in person. Learning elementary schools will have to be in person five days a week. By April. 5th middle schools have till April 20th to make the move. With no date yet set for high schools. In some circumstances, schools may apply for waivers, which will have to be approved by the commissioner. Parents still will be able to keep their kids remote on an individual basis for the rest of the school year if they

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