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Fresh update on "primary school" discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Is. Like being in this game of minecraft with other kids all around the world. Learning working with those kids together, those critical life skills. For. Any parent out there? This is not gonNA, take care of all. Your education needs. This is like your insurance policy. Regardless of whether you're school is going back into the classroom or whether they're staying out of the classroom. Are, you need to take back some control. Of your kids learning and add something like America you. That works that can give you that insurance policy. Tells a little bit more about America you. Yeah. So. As I said, we've been doing this for a number of years. And It's. It's basically a family driven game based learning platforms. That helps us take back some control of education of the education of our kids. Control is the critical components, the life skills, how to create wealth. Be healthy good character learning correct history, right? That's a whole topic. Onto on right learning. That's yeah. That's a week's worth of toxins right there. Scott. So, correct history right. The real history of what happens happened. To answering project. Yeah. No. Let's. Let's talk about seventeen, seventy six. You got. Okay and civics, right. So these are all things that. We've. Seeded console to the liberal establishment and trusted them and what we're seeing today on our streets. The protests, everything, black lives matter. We're what we're seeing. Is the result of decades. Of education. So America you was designed to start it and designed over the years. To to focus on that. That piece. Helping men to take back control. Not Meant to be a replacement for noticing all education necessarily complemented. Exactly, Supplement a consummate. In just thirty to sixty minutes a day. Of game based learning. So so this is the kind of learning that you know that sixteen year old kid you're talking about. Well. Actually want to do. down. Actually. Want to be in the game learning these things with with peers with the kids from all over the world where we've had over ten million kids in there. I. See what you did. There wants to be in the game literally and figuratively Scott Tong founder of America Hugh. Where we learn more about America you. Yeah so go to America you dot. com. That's America. You is in university. Dot, com it's. It's like a then, and this is for you know primary school age kids the moment we're actually building it out to. Serve a older kids as well right now. Primary School. Kids. If, we haven't talked them these basic principles before they turn twelve. It just gets a whole lot more difficult. So, let's start with those kids, get them in there. There's a an option for grandparents to to you know, support their kids, their grandkids. I. It costs about it as about a five hundred dollar a year tuition. Included in this. And we're calling on the grandparents. Who can told about seventy five percent of the wealth in this country. And are wanting to leave a great legacy. Are Sitting on the sidelines because of technology. we're, inviting them back into the game. So to speak. You go to help their grandkids. Survive and ultimately fries. and. Help this. country. Stay on track. Let's get back on the rails here. There you go. Yeah. Because yeah. Unfortunately, we're kind of falling off the cliff in so many ways and what better legacy and then the youth of this nation, Scott Dow founder America you thanks so much for taking the time this morning. Certainly appreciate your insights, your work and your perspectives. Great deal. Thank you. Seven twenty now, thirteen ten Kfi K., the whole sports story in northern. Colorado..
Motherhood in a Pandemic with Tanya Moodie
"Tennis about your family my mom and Dad. Both. In Ottawa in Canada, that's where I was boon. and my step dad as well. He's glorious. He's been my mom now for like thirty years. So he's very much a family and and then my brothers in Toronto he's an actress well, producer director and a creator and his what's in my brother's named Andrew and his wife's name is Tanna spelt the same way wow. So are they to ten meetings? There are two Chinese, and my partner's name is Andrew. Hang on. Boo. Hello. About two nieces over there in Toronto and then so my family here I've got a twelve year old girl named willow. And that's it. Excellent. Your twelve yard is just started year seven. Finishing. Because you've, you've got one on the way. Yes. I have just got a daughter in your six and we just had like the zoom. Deputy head. Of School and so we are just entering the kind of whole mine change. Our Periods come. Online David. It's really. Out of biggest the yeah I am too bracing myself because all the whole thing like she's been fairly hippie south London local primary school. Uniforms and all sorts of serious. Big. Thing. How's your first year being I mean it's been weird obviously and yes in a cupboard but. I have to say I'm one of the lucky parents in that. If she was a younger, I would have had to be dealing with homeschooling in an active way what I mean six actually the curriculum in your six is very hard for them. Obviously, it's straightforward because led up to it but if you're going to ask I mean I can't even do kind of long division. Wants me to help with something and I'm like. Well this is how I did today in nineteen. Seventy. Spending. Here's a calculator. By hand. And then it would have had to be way more hands on. Whereas the seven will I have found? It could just be a terrible ma'am. I do admit that. It could just be because I'm a very bad person but I basically done nothing. That sounds Dreamy I've done nothing. She's been in her room. Doing actual classes they have to sign in on zoom every morning at eight thirty, eight, forty, five. Yeah they do the full schedule of classes on say wow. And she has breaks they even do pe. She's got two room. She got my Yoga Mat. She's the whole Shebang but from home. And we still have the report cards and everything. So she's kept up. Wow and I just stood back and you can just like stop smoking the garden having been. Doing. I kissing by the garden shared. A room like she's. If you tips for the transition surviving the transition well I think I had to make sure I didn't get. Involved or helicopter around her social life because for me when I realized, it was that the most important thing is that socially she feels anchored. Yeah. All this concern about. This class that class her grades teaching did it, and actually at that stage is entirely secondary. It's about her making friends because that's the only thing for my daughter that she was concerned about. Her nerves came from. Will I make any friends because you didn't know anybody at hunters to to you know what I mean. And so I got on board with her to just focus on that and not be don't talk about. Other stuff. Parents would that we would get on the kiss in a twist about. The sleepless night. Yeah it's my business. So she'd be like, Oh, I want make Koshi. Will up he? Didn't. Give, confidence in the of the first day meeting and she went to school in the first week with a stinking cold. So she was a bit kind of glassy-eyed anyway she's patient zero. I think. It's nice. To know where we'd have. Yeah. So actually that was a bit of it ended up being a bit of an openness to meet some people could be sputtering away and go to are you? Okay she went no, I'm dying apparently made them laugh. You Bronte sisters.
Boston - Diocese Of Fall River Catholic Schools Will Return Fully For In-Person Learning
"Students at Catholic primary schools in the fall River diocese will come back to school in person in the fall diocese announcing today a full re opening of all of its pre K through credit Great eight schools. The 22 schools will operate five days a week in the fall with all students students welcome back. As for the high schoolers, a decision on what their fall will look like we'll be coming down at a later
Schools reopening UK: One million children kept home by parents as primary schools return
"After months of the lockdown some elementary school students are returning to class in the UK today but many parents aren't too soon and given Britain's highest death toll in Europe why do it right now Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says
I Predate the Home Computer with James Thomson
"I'm excited for. Today's show got an interesting guest we do. It's going to be so much fun. I was looking back to the archives were planning guests and I was like wait. This person hasn't been on. We should fix this, and so we we are joined by. The friend of the Internet I think I'M GONNA. Give Him that title Mr James Thompson. Oh thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. I was I was looking at? It's like yeah has taken five hundred thirty eight episodes. Feed to motors. I'm here and I I feel now. I feel really bad I just want I've joking that sounds like I've got a massive ego. I do have a massive. Massive Ego, but the funny thing is. We've talked about a on the show. I mean back. This shows I did with Katie. We should talk about you. I don't know. Maybe we just felt like you were unaccessible. You were like one of those people at the top with like two or three assistance, and we'd never get through to you. I I. Think I could not be further from the truth. Well James is the developer of CALC. And You've done of stuff with apple, and as an infant developed over the years and James. I'm really looking forward to talking today about some of your experiences. All I am hopefully. I've got something interesting to say so I. Know You do I. Know You do the question is? Will we get you to say it? Look I left Apple Twenty years ago I'm I feel like the statue of limitations has passed on? So I like that, too. So James I feel like we've known each other a long time. We have a shared interest in. Technology history, we have a shared interest in Lego if a shared interest in. Nerdy things for nerdy things sake. I feel like we are very much. Cut from the same cloth, but we want our listeners to get to know you a little bit, so give us a little bit of your background. Maybe how you made it to be the full-time developer that you are now I mean I guess. This sort of wettest star is right to the beginning I mean. It's like I'm old enough that I said of predate the home computer and My first sort of real computer experiences were had an extra neighbor who was at American from California, and he had an apple two, and this would probably be very early eighties, probably eight, hundred, eighty-one or something, and I would go round there and I play on the Apple. Two and I play all these. There was a game that I took took me about ten years to work out what it actually was, but it was getting Kobe mosque the son. Of. Text Adventure. Go North pickup. Thing type and That was really sort of my fomative computer experience but then in eighty three. I got my own home computer to as a commodore sixty four, and in the UK through a two rivals, there was the commodore sixty four and the sinclair spectrum. There were really other computers, but they didn't count. It was those two, and I chose the commodore sixty four, not really knowing anything between British American or anything, but I chose a commodore sixty four, because it seemed to have a slightly better version of Pacman, I mean this was like at the height of fever, and I think actually made the right choice. Because the Commodore had really Nice Graphics and signed. I mean really nice graphics in Nineteen eighty-three, but it did have this thing co compunet. which was UK only sort of. Proprietary E. A. O. L. Like online service. This was around eight, thousand, five or something, and it had mud's which are multi multi user dungeon, so basically multiply at text adventures, and it had a software uploads and downloads. US Demo Seen Aranda and there were a lot of game developers that I'd become aware of it to me a while to work out. All these things are actually created by people and There was a one developer cold Jeff Minter. Who wrote Oldies Games in the UK and is still right two games and He's the reason basically the island code because I wanted to write games like he wrote and. That was kind of like the stop, and then things rolled over time, and it was like that our school was the first school in Scotland to get a computer like one computer a half, and this was in one, thousand, nine, hundred, three, and this was. An ACORN BBC. Model B computer another British specialty, and when it arrived in the school, the teachers had no idea what to do with it. Because none of them I think had used a computer, so they put a call to the students and said and this was. I would be probably What's the three? It'd be about ten of the time and they said you know. Does anyone have a computer news anything to do this thing nor four of us that perhaps hand said yes. We are clearly the experts here. So we were brought in and we ended up teaching the teachers high to use this computer, and then teaching some of the kids in the lower years before school started, we had these computer lessons that we ran and we actually ended up having an office like four of us. A nice waiting like school kids in and we had an office in the school. Would sit in there and we had learned to program. We would listen to music and we would play. Video Games and. That was pretty much the entirety of my lost primary school year. This primary seven I know his whole different to your your times, but it was basically the seventh year of my school.
70 cases of COVID-19 at French schools days after re-opening
"Read his report about seventy cases of people infected with the virus and the countries of schools since they started reopening last week after two months of lockdown French education minister John Michelle blind care said the affected schools have been closed again speaking to French radio RTL long Kerr said given that the incubation period for the viruses several days people are likely to have been infected before the re opening of the schools France reopened about forty thousand preschools and primary schools last week with classes captive fifteen students long Kerr said about thirty percent of children went back to school as the government allowed parents to keep children at
Patrick's Coming Out Story
"Come out to hear from Patrick who's now a successful Mike artist but he got relentlessly bullied for being gay or growing up in Northern Ireland. I identify as male And I I have an interesting journey with my gender I think because I started doing drag or Soy's drag when I was about fifteen stain kind of progressed. I moved to Manchester when I was eighteen on. I pretty much was wearing full. Face to makeup wakes clothes everything every single day. I think I am used to chester. Oh God I can do this. I'm free to to wear as much as I want. And where did you come from that? You can wear what you want. I grew up in Northern Ireland so I could and I did wanted by think I was always trying to be little bit. Respectful of my parents particularly my mom because she was a little bit uncomfortable at the time about me wearing makeup and bought me wearing weeks and and looking of the Yes. I moved to Manchester and it all sort of exploded e kind of all sort of mixed together. It wasn't really drag. I've never really done to the performances. I tried failed dressing. Dressing up was dressing up and still is for me now and I kind of stopped doing it for a very long time as my career is make posits kicked off. I didn't really have any time. I think there's a good three or four years where I didn't put any makeup on at all but now I'm at a point where I wouldn't even know what it's called I. I'm a man who is gay who likes to wear addresses woman. Sometimes but I don't see myself as a drag queen but juicy self is somewhere on the sort of gender fluid spectrum may be I guess so by just don't feel like home fits with me if you turn because everyone likes putting terms things. These days I would say gender fluid would be appropriate up you would prefer gender. Fluid suspended male. I don't really care. That's the thing that when people these conversations like I think about a lot but I don't ever think about all. This is the term that identify with the most. I'm just I'm just. I'm Patrick and some does I like to lady some days. I looked like a man. Will you go out shopping or go out and make you might just as woman? No I'm on? I think that's probably why the the line is in a sense. I'm why wouldn't see myself as being gender fluid for me? Gender fluidity is someone who I probably would have been more like eight nine years ago when I would go out house with makeup on and with silly outfits on in fact my what am I. University lecturer actually brought me into her office. University and asked me should be cool. You anything different remain is that do we give you a different name? Which would like different pronoun or anything? I thought no and I thought what she questions to ask my. I'm just wearing these clothes. I didn't understand why. Why did he was different? But looking back then I was definitely much more gender fluid whereas these days it's more just address up that's quite progressive really to serve. She was a lovely woman. What's your pronouns? So it's the right way about. Isn't it to actually ask the pers- yeah definitely definitely? I really appreciate. That looking back was a lovely thing of Helen. Do well done Helen so looking back. Can you remember the first time that you may be questioned your sexuality then to know why I think I always questioned bisexuality? Once I knew what sexuality was I knew I didn't fit into the normal. I remember having imaginary friends as really young boy and I always wanted them to be boys. I always wanted to be called Tom. Which is really weird because if my flatmate listen to this my flatmates called so I don't want him to think I have a thing for the boy called Tom. I always want to hug them. I always wanted them to be close. I remember it being because they were boys. We have family video of me when I was a kid. Really really young and our next door neighbor. Child I'm running around child's Charles like calling out for him because I was probably obsessed with and then I think I grew up and I realized what sexuality was. It was like. This is always something that I've thought I've always been attracted to boys and also the messages we getting about people that were male light boys of your school in. Belfast was yes I went to school. It's an all boys grammar. School in Belfast. Very up at south one of these kind of really wheaties for school. Everything around may was telling me that everything that I was into everything I was interested was wrong messages. Where you're hearing. I think proved very young age. I was always some other was like the victim of bullying in a sense. A growing up in Northern Ireland with a British accent With Army family and Camp. So you you were bullied for being English Bison Primary School it was always English and getting a degree because of my accents and then when I went to secondary school turned into A. You're you're gay. Boy Gameboy busted. Dumbo buster bums. The walls was always a catchphrase. That was said when people woods when I would walk down there the corridor. And how old were you I mean throughout secondary school. So from twelve onwards funny because I came out and primary school do yes. It is well. This is an early one. I asked boy to be my boyfriend in Palm. He's GonNa last year of Primary School. I come into how all that would have. Been eleven eleven. The education system is a little bit different Nolan. I think he leave a year or something later. I can't really remember that I recalled. I was very good friends with him and I found him. I won't spend my boyfriend so I asked him. I remember what he said. I gotcha I gave them a note. I remember I remember sort of slipping him tonight. What he boyfriend but I recall what happened after that however I do recall giving him a phone call after school to talk to him because we would every night and his mom picks up the phone and I said speech Cowan please. Is this Patrick. So yes said well. I've heard about this. Fancying thing the what Jamaican and she said. I need to stop disgusting for how this is coming from light. This boy's mum and this is probably one of the youngest coming has gazed. I've heard you were ten or eleven. You try to get a boyfriend boyfriend then. The mother intervene jess and that was kind of that was that because I I remember being on the phone. Remember sitting on my mom's bad being on the phone shutting down the phone. That may be thinking. Oh this is wrong because I didn't really think anything wrong. I guess at the time apartments quite just wants to boyfriend but he obviously thought something wrong with it because he went straight out his mother. I so God what happened with the friendship. I mean that was the end of primary school more or less. Oh I can't quite recall whether or not we stayed friends. We probably did stay friends but when I went to different school you know secondary school so I didn't speak to him again and then there was one boy from my primary school went to grammar school with mate and I remember saying. Don't tell anyone like about the stuff that was kind of kept hush hush and then he's not telling people but don't but not until like our second year of secondary school and then everything's coming out and then I saw his playing to little bit. Once I came to terms with my sexuality and I was afraid of. I think I've sort of jumped straight into it in the sense that I had a boyfriend. I think had my first boyfriend when I was fourteen. Thirteen fourteen and he lived around the corner from my house. So we get the school bus with each other so you did you ever have any girlfriends it right into the boys in primary school. I have so many girlfriends yoga. Yeah in fact. I really love laser device. Full circle moment recently. That my my my main girlfriend primary school I have makeup for recently mostly. Nice but they would just like playing Casey chases and primary school and yeah. It's a secondary school and I had my first boyfriend when I was about fourteen and the dramas about cost because I actually joined the cadet force and my my secondary school And he was one of the one of the sergeants and he was older he must have been bus eighteen when I was about fourteen to. Everybody obviously found out about what was that reaction. Then if they like previously recalling Ubembe boy and abusing you because you are and then they found that you actually had a boyfriend in school and the school in the catas- when I think about those that are times I think buckle news stories. You know. It wasn't all that bad. I got grief everybody. Everybody has something to say. I was ostracized from everybody apart from my very very close knit friends. But I didn't ever quite lucky in a sense I never have enough. I didn't get that much abuse a on me although to be ostracized by the majority of your school colleagues. It's got to be very alienating. Very lonely place to be as well. I think actually is probably the most difficult people some of the teachers to accept or not so. I remember one of my house shooter. Whoever he was obviously being be is to shave my eyebrows off and draw them on again. Of course course I getting a lot of people about and he looks at you. You're not really helping yourself are you. And that was his way of dealing with them. Just GonNa Suck my teeth now just very much that I think about. There's so many stories from my school The head of pastoral care at my school he told my best friend. My best friend was crazy like a piece of artwork and included a picture of the two of us in makeup and to be pulled birth bus into into the school officer. Talk about the fact that we harangue makeup in this picture and he's holding my friend Anton. The Envy's children turned out to be. He gave that he would assign them not the head of Pastoral Care School. Well he's in the wrong job. I know awful. Man Said no support tool then from anyone in terms of authority figures. Yeah but I think very much. My my school wasn't a great place to be gay and with what was this. The nineties noughties The northeast expansively. Brezler not a Northern Ireland so back in in the way I mean. They've only just got marriage. Equality abortion right. Yeah exactly Hallelujah. Thank God but they're so backward. I think of my Johnny was coming out with a little bit easier than of my friends because my family are English. Not to say the Ron. Lots of very supportive very open Irish people because of course there are but I guess my family went as religious especially my dad and I didn't really have thought that traumatic past of of living in Northern Ireland. So what stage did you come out to your parents. Bearing in mind the trying to get boyfriend at the age of ten in progress and then got one by fourteen. I'm guessing he came out quite early to them you well. I came out to my Mama earlier. My Dad moved away to Luxembourg when I was about twelve. I think he moved off work. So this basically he. He wasn't really on the on the scene so I think I was about sixteen came onto him by counts. My Mum probably about twelve thirteen and it was a conversation again. Sat on the same bad. I phoned Calgary from. I couldn't say the words I remember trying to say. I think I'm gay and not being able to say gay and saying I I tell you but I caught sight yet and Saying oh I don't know and then going through listen different questions than eventually. We got to that. She's like Oh you gay. Yes yes let's sets and okay right. I think you're a bit young. So maybe we'll have this conversation when you're older okay. So then every now and then it was a diesel thinking guy and that was. That was pretty much for my mom. I mean my mom was always quite supportive. It's my my older sister is guy I was. My sister had the real hard time coming out so I could. So she came out. I know she came out later. I came up so see is five years older than me. Okay I think she was about nineteen twenty when she came out and it was traumatic. My mom would always say my gay people. I might like gay man. I just can't stand spins. And that was her catchphrase and she's very very much the complete opposite of that now. My sister's marriage has a little boy. My mom loves my sister. I think that's just Hearn prejudice her and
Setting the Scene: Leigh Leigh
"Lays double barrelled name was a happy accident she was born. Lee Rene Me's on July twenty four nineteen seventy five to parents Robin and rub it. This was a tumultuous marriage that only persisted due to their mutual love of their daughter but ultimately ended in divorce when lay was seven years old after her birth parents separated lays mother entered into a defector relationship with a man whose surname was lay. The couple had a daughter in nineteen ninety. Three whom they named Jesse lay wanted to share her youngest sister's surname and love the fact that it would give her a duplicate name. She liked her unique name so much. She kept it after. Her mother ended that relationship rubbing was close to her oldest daughter and took lay aged ten on a two-month holiday to Sri Lanka to experience of familial heritage by Nineteen Ninety. Six Robin and her two daughters had moved to a house on. Fullerton straight in Fund Bay a working class suburb in the Hunter region of New South Wales. Just south of firm Bay was Stockton. Technically suburb of the city of Newcastle. It lay across the harbour mouth of the Hunter River. Meaning anyone. Wanting to get there from Newcastle would aid the half the take a five minute ferry ride or a half hour drive. It's not a solution from the city. Gave stopped and more of a provincial atmosphere within Sheila and close knit community. The township was characterized by low incomes and high unemployment. It was while living in Fern Bay. Robin met local man. Brad Ximan who became lay and Jesse's stepfather lay was a popular handout. Going go into made friends. Easily at both Stockton Primary School and light up at Newcastle High. By Age Fourteen. She had aspirations to become a veterinarian and was well behaved at school but exhibited rebellious straight with her mom and Stepdad in these moments. It was clear she had inherited her mother's strength of character and biological father's single minded determination nevertheless her mother and grandmother regarded Lee as a typical teenager. Who cared deeply for her family. It was a warm spring evening on Friday November. Three nine hundred ninety nine and delay was excited. She was going to her first light. Not Party to celebrate the sixteenth birthday of one of the local boys Jason Robinson. More than fifty us would bain attendance. Mostly he attends students from Newcastle High. But some young goes had received an invitation to Lee was one of them even though she was only fourteen years old Indian year. I this made her feel important and mature. As only a handful of girls her age had been invited. The party was being held at the old north. Stockton Surf Club a popular venue. For such events the one storey red brick building was positioned on a large patch of open lawn with its re facing the Stockton Waterfront. A short walk away by fillets. Mother and stepfather were apprehensive. As the invitation said the Potty was an all night affair from seven pm until dawn it also stipulated. Bring your own. Which suggested that would be alcohol. Presen- that lay had gained persuasive and convinced them that the not could be viewed as a test if she behaved herself and was ready to be picked up at the Surf Club at exactly eleven. Am She would be given more freedom to attend other parties and social events? If she wasn't waiting at the allotted time she would be granted and banned from going to the upcoming dance at Newcastle High. Which late desperately wanted to attend? There wasn't a lot to do. F- attains in the area as the disguised used to be held at the Masonic Cole had come to an end and the local movie house shut down. There were the occasional gatherings at the Surf Club when a fraud not without listened to the local band practice while drinking Biro Cask. One acquired by an older sibling or friend. Otherwise that would all hang out at Roberto's pizza which had arcade games to play les. Social Life until then consisted of going to the movies in Newcastle Roller Skating and hanging out with friends Jason Robinson Sixteenth. Birthday was her first real party and she was going with a couple of girlfriends. She was secretly thrilled to be saying that boy she had a crush on who would be playing in cardinal sin though local band that was the nuts entertainment. She assured her mother that adult supervision had been arranged for the event and that she knew most of the kids at the Party at seven PM rubbing dropped her daughter off at Roberto's pizza. When lay had planned to make her fellow party going friends the three goals would then walk two kilometers to the Surf Club rubbing waved league goodbye and reminded her to be ready to be picked up by her stepfather. Four hours later at the great meeting spot or there would be consequences
Denmark re-opens nurseries and primary schools
"Nurseries and primary schools reopen across Denmark but people's will have to keep that distance children will have to sixteen metres apart desks will be to meet his pot a lot of lessons a lot of play will be outside
Coronavirus: Denmark lets young children return to school
"It's the first sign that life is slowly returning to normal in Denmark babies will be returning to daycare centers and primary schools will resume in class lessons for children the government says the move will let parents focus on their jobs and keep the economy going but not everyone is happy some parents worried that going back to school may put their children's health at risk in Copenhagen Nick Ritchie law Bloomberg
"primary school" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"Now my aim in this series is that you will hear from a wide variety of teachers sharing a wide variety of experiences. We've already had a couple of technology. Focused episodes looking at the use of things like Microsoft teams. Zoom and Google classrooms to try and make remote teaching work. But we've also had episodes focused on the practicalities of simply setting students work. When for example he can't guarantee students will all help devices. All you've got family responsibilities of your own home. We've also heard from mass teaches but also known math teachers to seat this any difference there. But there's been one thing that we've been lacking and this episode I in tents. Put it right so this time around. I spoke to John Hutchinson now. One of the main aims at this series was to speak to teachers of different age groups. John is assistant had reach Academy Felton. Which is a through school which means that they have pupils from year to through to year. Thirteen now's we third in the series. The challenge of setting work remotely teaching older students is problematic enough. And how does it work for younger students? Well Janis team have an answer in the form of daily videos. They record that the students watch at a time of the day that suits them they then do work on paper on the parents. Take a photo an email through at the end of the day. We discussing this episode exactly. Why John and his team chose to do this. And how's it working and best of all there's a link in the show notes that takes you to all the videos that John and his team produced which may be useful if you're a teacher or if you're a parent of younger students now as a warning the sound quality is a little ropey at the start of the conversation but thankfully that soon source itself out. I really hope you enjoy this one. I know you well please stay sick. Okay so is great pleasure to welcome to.
UN: 300 million children missing school meals due to virus closures
"Humanitarian actors are gearing up to find solutions for vulnerable communities hardest hit by the ongoing Kobe. Nineteen pandemic including millions of children missing out on meals now that their schools have closed the world. Food Program will WFP set on Friday because of the pandemic up to three hundred million primary. School children are vulnerable WFP. Spokesperson Elizabeth Beers said in Geneva nearly thirty countries where W with implements food feeding program. I've so far reported partial or countrywide closure of school. This means that nearly nine million children are no longer receiving W. P. school meals and that number is set to rise in coming days and weeks. Miss Bid said that for many children. School was the only place where they received the square meal to ensure that they continue to receive assistance W. P. plans to deliver rations for the whole family.
Harrier 809: Britain's Legendary Jump Jet
"Week's addition comes from the central London and we have a slightly different podcast to a usual technology and industry focus. I'm absolutely delighted to be joined by aviation author and historian. I think that's fair rolling white. Who's GonNa talk a little bit about his new book? Harrier eight hundred nine which comes out in. May End of April which looks back at the role of the partic- Harry in the Falklands War and sort of looks a little bit ahead as well. Rhode Island welcomes check six. Thanks very much understand you a bit of a Fan I am. I've been I've been listening to check six at home for as long as I've been listening to. Podcasts is one of the first I discovered and so Thrilled to be on it. That's great before we get to the nitty gritty of the book. I wonder if we could just ask how you go into this. I mean you navient engage. I'm absolutely aviation Geek and have been for as long as I can remember a as a kid. I remember flying into Wattisham. My Granny's house in Suffolk Going to ashes at Lake in. He's Mildenhall Duxford grew up in Cambridge. had a primary school teacher whose husband was working on the British Aerospace on the on the Tornado. And so I'd get sort of the tornado calendar and those things. Just you know made made by Hartley. So I've been an aviation geek as long as I can remember earned On the opportunity to kind of explore some of those things that captured imaginations a kid more latterly has been an absolute privilege and pleasure. Epic gave us a premise of the book focuses. Your Second Falcons will. Yes I sort of circled back to the Falklands war from Nazran space shuttle. Each book seems to be reaction to the one before. So Hey we're back on Rissoli British territory Obviously the Harriet to any British aviation fan is an iconic machine. And the folklore opposites. Its finest
Canaries flights suspended as Saharan sand blankets islands
"Spanish authorities say all eight airports on Spain's Canary Islands are re open the war seems to be over for the storm the thick in the air with sand and dust from the Sahara desert sand storms accompanied over the weekend by strong wind gusts that also paid at least three wildfires on different islands in the archipelago west of the African coast classes in primary schools on Monday were canceled the head of the regional government described the weekend as a nightmare and the worst weather episode
20 Minutes With Brian Keane
"So high Brian. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much for taking the time to speak to me today. How you doing? I'm doing amazing. Thank you so much for having. I'm really looking forward to this conversation. No aures thank you again brought. If you could start off just giving us an introduction to yourself yeah so my name is Brian ranking ranking fitness online. And I'm a former primary. School teacher turned fitness entrepreneur effectively. So to cut a long story short. I was a primary school teacher in London for four years and for two of those years I worked as a personal trainer nighttime walking in a gym with people looking to lose weight get fit or get stronger etc and then it's thousand fourteen. I moved back home him to the west of Ireland where I currently live and set up a one to one personal training business and then over the space of eighteen months two years of living full time at home in order to kind of match the supply and demand because of the amount of people that were coming to me for personal training. I moved my business online and over the last name. Since two thousand fifteen I've been primarily online with the exception of a couple of books books that I rise in the appearances that ideal person in terms of speaking everything else in the fitness ramble. My business is on line. Two programs one a sport specific the other is pure fitness Pacific. Civic and now I just spend my days talking to people like you and working with my online client doing some talks around the world that to kind of communicate with some awesome people. Yeah I've got a pretty awesome lifestyle per minute so long. No definitely greats ahead obviously as well with your podcast. That's another great resource for anyone that wants to find out more about what Bryant Definitely Chatham. We'll talk more about that throughout the podcast. First thing on the touchdown Brian McKnight's obviously you saw your other fitness industry as you said is a PT and did some fitness modeling now use of transitions since doing ultra endurance events. As well what's changed in your own way. You approach your fitness to not to want to make a massive lead so one of the things that I generally always advise people with fitness whether your couch to five K.. An absolute beginner. You've never step foot in the gym or ever done a workout or somebody. That's a near professional athlete or professional professional athletes and their life. If is training you always need to have a goal that you're setting in working towards and I'm the exact same with fitness and in two thousand and end fourteen. I started competing in fitness modeling. Embody I believe so stepping onstage and the end of two thousand fourteen I won a pro card fitness. Molly was basically just means that you can compete for more money and in two thousand and fifteen. I was preparing for the World Championships in Las Vegas and a few months prior to that my daughter was born and I remember having this moment where I was getting ready for a show. I couldn't form sentences in my head. Hey I'm so pleased and just hired all the time I remember thinking I'm going to be terrible dad if I keep doing this man. I made that decision there and then that I would do that show in Las Vegas and I did quite well that I came to the world's in Las Vegas and I decided I was stepping away. I needed to set a new fitness goal. This wasn't going to be my life anymore. It was too all consuming for me and and to be honest Charlie for the next eighteen months. I didn't really do anything in the fitness realm. I kind of trained a few days on and off. I always did something in the gym. High intensity interval training bodyweight workout aesthetics. You don't just Kinda messing around with it. But I didn't really have any serious fitness goals. Now I wrote my first book my first book. The fitness mindset which did really well that was sixteen weeks of the bestseller list on Amazon is an eighth consecutive weeks and wrote that in released in two thousand seventeen and after that point when I came off the back of the success of that book I was starting to get that little bit of a hollow auto feeling again Ronn like mine. I haven't set a goal for myself in ages. I haven't had any fitness school. Because I've been so focused on my business so focused on my family so focused on the book at the time and then I was at this event in Tony Robbins business mastery in Amsterdam and I met a friend who I've met a guy who sits become a close and personal friend totten's name and he ran what he told me about was ultra marathons and I had been from a world of played sports all my life football rugby soccer and I'd never heard of an ultra marathon marathons I like really ignorant the ass of the what an ultra marathon committee and he was like an over her marathon distance and he told me about this race in the Sahara called Maratha Saab which is marathon in the sand. It's six back to back marathons self sufficient through the Sahara desert in the north of Morocco and itself supported to carry all your food on your back to give you water checkpoints but evidence self sufficient. We need to have a venom pump within arms reach at all times so that your in case you get bitten by a snake armor. I'm telling you about this event. He did and I was like that sounds insane and planted the seat and I was like a couple of months later signed up for his having never random marathon having never ran and running when it's unfamiliar with the way I look. I'm fair from built like an marathon runner like I'm short and stock Yemeni harsh really built for Durance and I signed up in August two thousand seventeen and then decided that look. I need to start training for the marathon to solve in April of Twenty eight eighteen so I signed up to my first ever marathon there Dubai marathon in January two thousand eighteen Iran with a backpack in thirty five degrees and Dubai. By and from there on I just kept training in April around those six back to back marathons through the Sahara Avenue kind of got hooked and ultra endurance in February of this year around June thirty kilometers through the Arctic circle which was gold old. And now a minute. I'm currently trading for one hundred mile to marathon in Nevada in February. And so that's kind of a long story you've got a medium not long story. Short story brought to a kind of a medium to where I am. Now in the transition from bodybuilding fitness model into running ultra endurance events. Going to challenge my body in a different way then to be honest charity it. It all comes down just needed a goal to work towards because I train hired otherwise 'em and I recommend that to everybody. Listen it's relative like you don't have to run to the The Arctic for some people. It's just going to the gym twice going for a walk around the block after work. When you know you'll be tired or decided body weight program Monday Wednesday and Friday for the next three months? You know it's completely relative. What for me working towards a goal and not wanting Halloween into combat because? I'm not working any specific fitness goal. modest the distance is your Rhode Island oversee pre yourself in his positions blanket. Imagine it was just incredible when you actually accomplish them. Oh it's different. Especially to be honest. There was a huge difference between the first two between Maryland Assab because when Iran six back to back marathons in the Sahara. I'd never done anything like that before I ever marathon which was on the road in a few months earlier and I wasn't sure sure Charlie until I got to the finish line of the six back to back marathons if I was going to be able to finish like there's so many things that could have gone wrong. I was like I just didn't know the article slightly different. I knew I was going to finish that race. And it's probably a different story for different day but I tore my kidneys. Eighty six kilometers from the end of that race and the High A.. Different completely different relationship with pain. In 'cause I powered through for the eighty kilometers off three months after put I powered through honors. And what you get out of these events for me anyway like you just get this massive of net benefit your confidence grows. You feel like you can attack any obstacle comes your way you get really good at separating like real problems from perceived problems so like even in my everyday life in my business with my daughter with my family like I get very good between separating right. This isn't a rea- problem. This is an inconvenience. This can be fixed verses this is this is a real problem I e. There's something wrong with my daughter. There's something wrong with my mom. There's something wrong with the family. Member and ultra endurance gives me that. Because you're just doing that. On a micro basis. Yeah as I said you don't have to to do ultramarathons crazy events to get that people get it from different areas. But it's definitely something I've got. I've got a massive net benefit as a result of
Got Kids At School? Then You Need To Listen To This!
"Today I have the wonderful Nicholas. Who's just finished grade? Twelve twenty nine teen at Brisbane Grammar Nicholas Nicholas is a son of a very good friend of mine and a very talented young man who has a lot of wisdom to share. So we're going to interview Nicholas today in hopefully that Any any of you that have got kids going through school especially those this year that are going to finish grade twelve. We want you to play this to them. And here's some great insights from a young man has done remarkable remarkable things and we'll go into some Even more remarkable things Nicholas walk into the shot. Thank you for having me Yeah yeah this is really cool. I love to shed some of my wisdom now. Great great to have you so again. Keep a relaxed. It's easy it's all good. Kids have been interviewed. I I'd like to keep this all unscripted as you know there's nothing in front of us I'm just GonNa ask you some questions. Don't be nervous to speak from the heart and remember that it's all about trying to help people Better themselves especially. There's a lot of parents that listen to this and a lot of kids now going through obviously grade twelve and doesn't matter what they've gone through grade twelve it also helps anyone wanNA school So tell me you finished grade. Twelve twenty nineteen. How does it feel first thing that comes to mind? I kind of lost actually like I've done really well and and I can pretty much do what I WANNA do. But I've no idea like what path when I go down in life. I have no idea what I'm passionate about yet. I've just really vague idea. Yeah that I want to go into business but I don't know like whereabouts. It's very yeah and that's okay right and one of the things I tell my kids and my kids are eleven. Nine nine is you know You don't have to have all the answers you don't have to have all the answers and it's so refreshing to hear somebody just finished grade twelve. Say I don't know exactly exactly where I WANNA be. But you have an idea businesses. Obviously something you're passionate about and you interested about Tell me go back to school tummy. What's one of the most challenging things that you remember from school? I guess like the the hottest thing to me was learning how to study like when I went to the grandma I was like a straight say student. I'd no idea like what I I needed to do to get to like is and then I guess like a lot of hard work and a little trawling Aragon neither and that was the hardest thing for me coming from like a state school that was like a big lead and then the that's that's the biggest jump. Yeah now that's great and yet my son's very similar obviously not as old as sure when Ali went from a private school Holy Spirit and went to church in grade one And of course now in year twelve years later view he found exactly really something he went from being top of the class. The bottom of the class and And he had to work very hard and of course you've worked very hard because let's say that Nicolas is achieved amazing amazing Results at grammar in the top ten percent of this country which is obviously very proud for himself Obviously himself must importantly and then overseas family family as well and I think number one from Nicholas's If you do the work you get the results And it doesn't matter what you start it's where you finish. And he came into grandma being says Kennedy Grandma In the top two percent in the country run. That's exactly right like I was in the bottom twenty eight percent of my cohort and I guess like that really acted like as a dry to me. I really wanted to improve so I I studied like four hours a night for like four four years and then I like sort of gradual progression in Mike Reid's feed at how the system worked and then I ended up doing extremely well. And that's a I didn't inspiring so tell me what drove you to study those four hours because there's so many people in this world today that the results won't do the work and one thing I love about you Nicholas. You've done the work and that's inspirational and a great message for people is you. Don't get the results without the what. What drove you? What were you thinking when you said I have to do that with because this is a lot of people out there that are not prepared to study for hours? I guess like demanding that I was driven by was just really wanted their respective my peers. Like I was at the bottom like a felt like I was a nobody like when I was at primary school like I felt like us being noticed like aboriginals good but then I went to grammar and I'll just like the bottom and I guess like it eventually really got to me. I was like I can't do this anymore. I wanted to make something of myself. I'm here so I worked really hard. And then eventually started getting ceramic awards. And then Ozzie proud of myself awesome and and you know and and I think the key message out of that is very simply you had a vision yet vision of what you want it to be and what you want to achieve and you did the work and side enough. You need to do the work. Tell me what's a highlight view in your Schooling ruling is you know twelve years of school. It's now thirteen years. You didn't have to say this now. They do but You know e- what was the highlight fear. The highlight for me was really doing sport. Whoa like I found that? It was a great way to manage stress so I did. I did cross country and swimming. I did about twelve hours of training a week and that really stopped me from burning out and it like kept my mind's clear and stuff and I made a lot of friends through that as well so I found that to be really like good for me mentally. Yeah awesome awesome. Tell me how important friends at school my friend because I talk about it with the kids at the people in that circle that you keep telling me how did they firstly high important where they and how did you go about choosing the right people in your circle They really like the friends that I picked will like extremely smart and they were like a lot smarter than me and I guess that sort of setup that I wanted to be and I constantly try to improve to get to that level and then because of that I worked. I decided to work harder. And I got their advice and seek their advice and I'd say having a good group of friends extremely extremely important if you want to do well and Jim Collins says the famous Jim Collins says you the some of the first people you've got around you. Things are talked about in oversee the flash caused sees you are prodigy the people that you keep your Angie that company because it's all about mindset you have to have this positive mindset constantly to be the best that you can be and remember that whilst you can be in a competitive if situation Like Cherchi like grandma in skokie there in competitive situations all the time and that comes with a lot of stress comes with a lot of issues and the rest of it. The true focus should be on how they think about themselves and how they want to be the best semi. How did you deal with the pressure? of what comes with an elite school Manley just through sport. Lack is related endurance. Sports like swimming and cross country. 'cause like I found on that they really take your mind. The work like physical pain. Like if it about everything. And you'll really focused like breaking your pay bay and instantly takes your minded the stress of like trying to do well. I guess going to competitive school. A lot of people are trying to get up in the ranks and that that sort of like it can get you like mentally and I think doing sport is like the biggest cure for that and not losing it. People just like being humble and then not like like going crazy some great advice as the said Nicholas is a very was young man Nicholas Tummy message that you would give to people at You doing great twelve this year. What would what would be some of the learnings that you would say? Because I said Iowa said that wisdom comes with experience experiencing g can be was your a lot wise and the people going through grade twelve this year. What what messages would you give? The people that are starting told this year I'll say like work is in everything on like in twelve. I like completely shut out a lot of family and friends to do well and I regret doing a lot because like I got really lonely in a bit depressed like three twelve and that sort of sodomy so I guess if there's one thing to take away is definitely where cod but don't like shut other people out. Yeah great message there. Isn't it because you do need people around you and you still need to have. I always talk about Nicholas Professional personal and family and it doesn't matter whether it's Great Levin Grade Twelve whether it's university whether it's business whether it's everything and it's messages I've missed in the past and not learnt from I've let now but didn't didn't listen to in the past. was you still need that balance of personal professional no and family. So I'm going to finish our interview and you've been amazing and short listeners. Love this but I want you to think about one thing you want to achieve. Personally the one thing you want to achieve family and one thing. You don't shave in terms of business in your bitten. This year will obviously be something like university What is one thing that you wanna do and achieve so when we were sitting here in one year time what does twenty twenty look? What was the number one successful thing in terms the family suddenly and in terms of professionally which is work schooling? I think I need to look closer with with my family like I feel quite disconnected from the now just finishing it twelve like. I didn't even know how old my sister was turning. And she's like birthdays tomorrow. Thousands of weird and then so I guess like I would really want to spend more time with them on the stand the more
Overcoming the Impostor Syndrome
"Everyone my name is kwami. And I used to work in Mexico in product and I recently joined Verizon media about three months ago so putting you to the bay area objects just moved Jeff So the topic that brings us here. Today is a side. Just I used to be something engineering. I moved from sucking can humans product so What brings us here? Today's topic so comments up big from engineering to product overcoming the impostor syndrome Come out generally like to be a conversation on talk so I tried to prepare a few slides as possible so that it can be more conversation. input as well so going forward. This try do that. It's It's going to be a fun all right. So the agenda sell I I. I'd like to talk about next contacts about me What is product management? My jeans product Imposter Syndrome can start Just taking game looking what it is in in some fact surrounded and then some challenges I face and then five issues. I've picked up as more by on the issues that I picked out just Regards which gusset imposter syndrome and then how. I overcame IMPOSITON. Hopefully it'll who can it. It will be useful to you and then some key takeout takeaways that out like you to Renewed Aachen in Tacoma right. So start right with some fun facts about me So I'm originally from Ghana West Africa and I I actually grew up in South Africa. Small country called Swaziland. The Kingdom of size is one of the last remaining market in the world And it has about one point. Four million people so from very small tastes in Africa so I grew up in a family of entrepreneurs by parents. Aaron started off as teachers and I had the I guess I was fortunate. Watch them set up the own businesses whilst they were teachers indeed My Mom's side of the retail business. My Dad started my dad and my mom together started a consulting business in on. I was the African parents that to gifted children involved in your businesses so I I was involved in various aspects sometimes running by MOMS retail business. When shows away in my dad's business As dry vice over as Within the office realm so give me some good experiences. I was growing up so that I started my sneak of business so my mom used to as to start her business she should bring home some goods loss us as you said. Travel there on Welsh because back in she brings him good spots in for me. It was necas most of the time and I used to go to school. So Primary School in high school in I'll be walking. People become mention my sneakers and it took me a long time. Jackie free to create. That can actually make a business again. Why I'm wearing? I can actually bring to the people make some money so I sent it to source some sneakers locally inside. I got them for about twenty dollars. I got the start up capital from my mom I got them between Dawes. in-and-out seldom for about sixty dollars. So I mean some good profits in good the public money off that business I did that for a few years. And then I ventured into music so music writing music producing music. And I'm I'm doing the Polish Abang concerts and stuff like that so Figuring out how the music business works in that giving another arm armaments to learn how to build a business to learn how to make money radium. Each I moved here to the US. When I was nineteen I move for school? ooh And I studied computer science It was very interesting because I actually. I wanted to study business but I remember one time whereas Doing my assignment a friend of mine. Who Mentions me till this day your side Vm? He he told me hey. I think you'd be really good at computer. Sciences should try it out and I tried chided up and I never looked back. Site initially went there to study business and I change into computer science I studied in the smell coach. Westminster College in Fulton Missouri every small casing but again heavy time. GimMe opportunity to focus and to build myself as an engineer Either back on payments in the payments industry so I started off my sophomore year. Interim Mastercard work through software engineering in Minnie eventually a fulltime start working for them within biometric authentication. So that's been my core experience in fulltime. So that's been fun and lastly ask you Just recently moved to the bay air so the months ago I moved here actually three days ago as exactly three months. Oh still new to the area. I'm looking forward to exploring the era meeting more people right so this is just like A visual of my journey so the first one obviously a very happy mander was a struggle. School is struggling computer science met. That's what I studied in the struggle by that was the stock to Mike On right side Suicide my former company mastercard. I was basically working with the team on pitching a new product. And then on the bottom. NAFTA's about two weeks ago at my company Verizon media where I was lunching my product media commerce across Fanti company so that was finding new and in the middle was before I left mastercard. I didn't own your career panel where talking about the importance of knowing you are in making taking that risk to do exactly what you'd like to do in which for me was moving from software engineering product which is really fun. And then on the Bottom Reich. Mike is Me and Harvard. Business School with few Khalid's their house. Basically doing some diversity recruiting which something really passionate about in I still I don You're doing that for her as needed right so started. So what is product management. And so this is the industry definition. I have watched hundreds of Product School Jones and I always see this. Come up all the time if you go if you do a quick. Google search is the same as an intersection said a defining part on the intersection of US tech and business and then in the middle of magic you there. That's what they call the product management. What I agree with this Sunday by actually like using take a few aspects is a big element that's missing so this stakeholder management basically between us experience on January and business which could be marketing in sales and so forth? But there's no immensely add tate's the product manage. I feel like being being a product manager. Also it means that you need to manage yourself so I think that's using here so my a different version. I think it's missing you as a product manager. It's a big element there and you'll see wise relates to imposter syndrome and then there's some other Aspects that could doesn't actually say what you do as a product manager doesn't indicate why you do what you do and then how you GonNa do those things knock greedy evidence within the diagram so wise park management so I think I believe park management basically communists to things. So it's the why and the watts. That's what the product manager owns to the Y.. is going to be the traffic strategy. And then what is is going to be the product roadmap that you define based product strategy And then basically across this you're GonNa define what commensal wet solvent that always problems to solve in product management by product manager. It's your job to kind of define on actually decide what's important to solve in prioritize and in all this is brought together by the product. That's the bottom so this is my definition of park measuring
"primary school" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Didn't come from the same roots though I'd been in and you can right. It's always lovely to when you're a teenager and watching someone and working out following that what that one day the two of you will be on stage the one hundred people as colleagues and he will be telling you how he fought moment for me. Original lived in a house with three other people. We've paid sixty pounds of week. which about half of my money? The microscope breath so I could. I could afford some potatoes in wine from rim piece. Food facts foods. Non Foods wine facts wines and spirits facts food. non-food Weinstein impedes its online learning. Is there any more in acton. Isn't everything everything in the universe contained within one of the criteria shop. The Soda. Everything you could buy a Butler y one pound fifty and that would do us you buy you could buy food jets can really go for a month and so could well you know. I got on the ladder within about ten years and it was as someone earning that much money maybe things as a year. Earning get deposit down on flags. Yeah Yeah that sucks how would you would you have have to do is to get a house if you just have someone. That's the die someone. That's the you have to rob a bank. Yeah you've got like fancy parents of you grew up in London. Someone dies or something a- all you end up doing a jobless very well. It doesn't sound like it's just. The unsettling thing is always like the equivalent silence of the people who are in your position say twenty years ago now would never be able to. Unlike for example the fact that family of for was supported by my mother's wage as a state primary school teacher in London and that was fine could never the equivalent of her. Now could never they do that. And that's fascinating. That's a real problem in terms of the training and maintaining of key workers and also just like a a horrible human problem families. I mean I've with every with the climate I've always sort of these things are happening and and young people are starting to go hold on. What the fuck but with the climb and with these inequality with through the generations? What do you think are realistic? Realistic options are because it seems to me. There's only one realistic option and as a homeowner. I'm I'm not behind it as an old man. No No. I don't know because like the one thing now that after the last few decades of policy can't be allowed all to happen is a vast number of middle class people being trapped in negative equity because that is only like seemingly successive governments that has felt like the only the thing that can never be allowed to happen for the country's economy so even if there were brexit fueled reduction house prices is. We've now become so addicted to their constant inflation. I think everyone would just go spectacularly insane very quickly I just saw a field fail that he's got something's got to break right and if brex happens if it's happened for.
Ronny Chieng On 'Asian Comedian Destroys America!'
"Running Chang has a Netflix comedy special Asian comedian destroys America launches globally on Netflix next week what you hold forth about coming to America being amazed that god can occasionally a Paul all at the same time so much contents only got so much content on demand so many screens the most screens per capita in the world every night in America is like a competition to see how many screens we can get between all face on the wall it's like iPhone iPad laptop TV in an apple watch Ronnie Chang the daily show correspondent coaster of crazy rich Asians and former Australian law school student joins us from our studios in New York thanks so much for being with us thanks for having me you were born Malaysia raised in New Hampshire in Singapore wound up in Australia yes how did a law school student become so funny I don't know I wish I knew if I got it I don't I'm still trying to figure out if I am funny that's what the special you are yes thanks so much yeah went to Austria for law school and I couldn't get a job and I started doing stand up comedy and I was getting more work from CENTCOM data was through law and I just kept doing comedy and then ten years later just jammed in them chaos studios in New York I'm wondering if you were often the new kid in class for the new kid you know immigrant kid from outside the country where everywhere yeah I certainly felt that way I first started going to school in America in Manchester New Hampshire then we moved back we will good immigrants we moved back to Malaysia we don't take jobs we went back to where we came from and then I went to school in Singapore and I changed schools once in primary school that went to secondary school they went to junior college and I went to university in Australia so yeah I did feel kinda like the virtual new kid outsider well I mean that'll terminations humor sometimes I guess so yeah I mean this in my head I don't imagine it may be any fun yeah but it definitely made me more do things more objectively you know and that that's part of what I enjoyed so much about your your special here there's a moment you deliver line which sets off a shriek in the audience okay I'm not going to give it away let's just say you you managed to put isis in a punch line I'm not gonna put it on via yes the special yeah did you hesitate no no hesitation no hesitation for many reasons I mean first of all that's not the first time I did that joke I practiced this special quite a bit I toward around the country before I taped it so you know I think great comedy should be edgy is she should push the line pushed a boundary well a and that's when it because you gave an interesting interview to The New Yorker to we talked about how you do your research that's the one you love people don't five so I'm told you say there's a lot of stuff that you try thank you probably shouldn't say publicly frankly if you do comedy professionally that's just the way your brain works yeah yeah that's the case for me anyway I think you know as a professional stand up comedian I'm trying to think of jokes all the time a cut tried to give jokes about anything I read anything you tell me I'm I know express the joke but in my head I'm like oh is this how how would I make a joke about this and especially if you told me you should never joke about these topics in my head I might well I'm already try to figure out that you know because it's like a challenge to me it's like a puzzle to be solved that hit miss process sometime absolutely this art form and sometimes you get wrong a lot of time you get wrong probably but as a stout comic I believe you can talk about any topic but if you're gonna if you're gonna pull the dragon then you better be spot on with what you're saying I think that's the best explanation I've ever heard thank you for I I'm not clear in my mind you've been married three times but not really right I've been married three times to the same woman yes we had three wedding ceremonies what was she trying to change your mind and you were giving their the chairman or in Spanish but not always it's more that when your families are spread out across the globe as ours on Chinese weddings are a lot for the parents to kind of brag and so as Pavao duty to then we make it easier for them to brag so her family's in Australia okay we'll go we'll have one waiting there for them my family's in Malaysia we'll go Malaysian have one for that that's not the most important question I've asked but does that mean you get gift certificates to crate and barrel in three different continents no I specifically said no gifts but if you must give a gift give cash money cash money only that actually that's that is a Chinese family yes it is and it's awesome if you want save the environment cash doesn't create waste no wrapping paper you know I'm not lifting because I was telling people in the wedding by my wife maybe tone it down because I was getting too aggressive with it but I was ten people like you know what having a when in Malaysia and in Australia we're going back to America so number one I don't wanna log a blender all the way back to America second of all the complex a different okay so it's not gonna work anyway I'm gonna have to buy the converter all that all that crap first of all I'm very specific about what I want okay so the blender you're gonna get me is probably not gonna be the best blend so don't even try I know what I want just give cash money or don't give anything at all
News in Brief 29 October 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations the people of indian-administered Kashmir continue to be deprived of basic freedoms the UN High Commissioner for human while humanitarian organizations had only limited access and means to alleviate these squalid conditions there to El Salvador finally where researchers found that the UN in the last three weeks in response to the recent military operations in the northeast of the country according to the well food program WFP this number includes people restrictions on peaceful protests a communications blackout and a curfew on Tuesday the office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights said that an undeclared curfew had been lifted I do not finish primary school and one million Salvadorans now suffer from diabetes and hypertension as a result of being overweight which require expensive healthcare treatments
London's extinction rebellion
"Yes the extinction rebellions two week international rebellion is coming to a close this weekend the environmental campaign governments around the world to take a much stronger in temperature fake blood spilled over the streets of London primary school kids join demonstrations with great grandparents rabbi found out extinction rebellion is also dividing Londoners on the question of whether they've taken their actions too far and ninety three year old man glued to it it's it's time to act in an unusual way because it's happening now and the message somehow facing extinction rebellion began he it's gone global and you get the sense it's only just beginning. The prime minister had failure uncharitable description of the rebel. But if you're a rational person you have to you have to have evidence for what you believe and you have to leave in silence presents evidence based for blocking the road he told the I've come to Trafalgar Square with thousands arrested and MPA arrested in hundreds more hauled away by police this is the extinction rebellion autumn uprising and perhaps the new normal in London getting across to people I don't know why I think it's a kind of collective denial that people have people don't want to know the truth to hear it because I don't hear it either England and she tells me she sees herself as an unlikely first time per taster welcome CALC- to come and join extinction rebellion we'll because I've never with my own team didn't want me to come to this event tonight because they said that there were some uncooperative cross T.'s and protesters of all kinds illiterate actual chief is actually targeted government the this week the extinction rebellion enraged many Londoners and tasted the goodwill jury table occupying the space for foot night when I visit on a rainy afternoon someone's had the kind to bring free lunches for everyone he and tourists take Sophie's with protests holding flagstaff into extinction rebellions logo Jackie Bedford has traveled to London to Bay he from Aylesbury in central East and all the signs scientists around the world all saying the same thing so we really have to do something we have to really push governments to take much it has been a constant presence these past couple of weeks on my book to the cheap one ninety smiling woman handed me a fly that just said we're sorry and she apologized I've never longtime non-cooperative clusky absolutely superb in Westminster way work at the London bureau extinction rebellion many in extinction rebellion dismayed by the decision to block the tube and disrupt enables days in the group later offered an apology but it did train during this merry like grandchildren cows heading towards at the moment in pay cal to protesters climbed onto a train at a cheap station in east London and an angry mob promptly dragged one of the men down appearing to attack him on the platform the the roads and even Boris Johnson's has joined the movement is one of the nicest teams it on any kind of activism before episode boring on Moore biding it is a climate emergency and criticism of extinction rebellion as largely white middle class movement that can be blind to the privilege of its members interfered with square when I was there among the protesters I was chatting to there were mixed views of whether expires they call it should target transport infrastructure to make their point with I should only be target leading the buildings belonging to government and be corporations as the discussion continues Jackie Bedford is getting ready to go home for the night she's not quite up for in facing the destruction of on the destruction of our system divided opinion here in the UK but less than a year camping here in the cold but this might be her last outing with extinction rebellion civil disobedience like this is a very powerful way of I used to facilitating sofa chairs getting things moving but I've never really felt the need to do it in the past but this just because the planet hasn't come to an end it hasn't died before it doesn't mean it's not happening now we're living in science fiction times but it's real that's what I would say headquarters but also public transport it's inspiring people of all ages many of whom have never protested before but as your correspondent Bridget Brennan what has been the response from just everyday members of the public can come Suzhou it's very mixed really I mean some people cheer and so And they just don't want to get the message they don't want your
"primary school" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Most can't is a primary school. So very understandably. People worried about the children with these schools that are in lockdown and people are generally just gathering trying to work out. What has happened here this afternoon? Police have you managed to see any family members that might be in the area and looking for loved ones or anything like that. I know I spoke to your colleague Thomas made earlier, and you see there was a number of family members that had gathered around Danes add is that something you're seeing on the other side of town. Yes, we had earlier in the day. We did see family made us a family members meeting here. Now police has managed to take him away. Now, but they were an absolute shock and really really worried for the families one man, we spoke to is that he hasn't heard from his uncle, and he is incredibly worried about about how he is an potentially if he has been shot down other people that we've spoken to see that they saw friends and family name been shot here. The Lynnwood mosques yet people just generally gathering round either. Wanting more information or to contact police to rape sleep. Again. That's CBS partner news hub in New Zealand TV three and their live coverage of what's going on right now in New Zealand where there has been a mass shooting at least two mosques in Christ Church church. A New Zealand one suspect in custody. They are looking for others. And they have told people at moss throughout New Zealand to evacuated this hour. Obviously, this is a story. We will continue to keep an eye on here on KCBS coming up on KCBS. We will talk sports.
"primary school" Discussed on Sounds Good with Branden Harvey
"To go to school not even primary school like they were not allowed to go to school a day in their life. And when you start to think about it. What is it looked like to be a grownup in the world and not be able to write your own name? Not be able to read to take your kid to the doctor. But not to know what the papers say to not to know what the medicine says to redirections to not know, what your kid's homework says we had one mom who was kidnapped and taken to the north and couldn't get home because she can read road signs. Right. Like, you don't even think about what does it mean to not be able to read and then take that a step further. What does it mean to not be able to do math? When you're bringing your corn. They caught me is there. But when you're bringing your maze to the market and not to know math that these women would not first of all not know how many ears of corn? They had brought to the market. So they don't know how well their businesses doing, and then they would literally sell their corn, and they would put out an hand to their customer and the customer would put money in their hand and take money out of their hand to make their own change. Let's guess how many people were like honest about. Then if I'm right? So they're being cheated every day. And so now, we started literacy plus for them. So they're learning reading writing basic math, hygiene and sanitation, agriculture business, family, planning parenting, everything in these classes and the moms are saying like we feel like schoolgirls now they want uniform a couple of the groups of like made themselves, those amazing Kita sing and all the world..
"primary school" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"It's just the tip of the iceberg. Really? The sad story is no one knows how many people really really died from rabies every day. Good news. I'm getting fifty nine thousand people fifty nine lives that could be saved. You did mention something that I was very interested in. I am a big advocate, obviously of the power vaccines and how they can help save lives. But you had mentioned earlier you said, you know, it isn't just all about vaccine there are other techniques or other efforts that were actually instituting to help make the vaccination endeavors, even more powerful. What are some of those other ideas concepts and techniques that mission rabies is employing to help the vaccination effort. Well, one of our one of the back bends really of of our work is community education and sensitization at all of our projects. All it's we do have education teams who really go out to the communities. They inform them most importantly, how to avoid bites in the first place. So how do you actually behave around talks one of our biggest groups that we educate up primary school children in those areas because? Some areas sixty percent of all human rabies victims children that Sheldon under the age of sixteen because you know, they play with the dogs to care for the dogs throughout the day. Those are the ones that are most likely to get bitten. So specifically target this with an education program that we've shared actually Vokes. We've we've done studies on that that the kids remember what we're saying. And we have amazing case studies as well. We're we're kids. Specially once recent story where were kid in India came across a rabid dog and remembered from our lesson that this could potentially be a rabid dog. Ran back to the school so posted there with an emergency hotline number for our team in the country. The team went out there found the dog Abe was a rabid dog that dog already pits one or two people, and we make sure that those people actually got the post exposure treatment and those laws for safe by this kid that was educated by our teams, so edgy. Occasion is absolutely essential for all of our efforts without that education work. I don't think they would be able to achieve those numbers and the education directly as much as the vaccination as well directly saves lies, but teaching those kids and about teaching us community members. But how to prevent dog bites. What to do once you've been bitten like washing the wound with running water? And so for fifteen minutes, which reduces the virus load tremendously already getting that PP treatment. But also be compassionate towards dogs responsible dog ownership for people who who do own dogs. So it's the full package of rabies prevention and doc welfare that we give those kids and they love it. I mean, it's it's great to see to go out there be in those schools as well. And just see how the kids really really soak in the information that gave him because it's it's like an event for them as well as our team show up in in a yellow shirts. Right. It's always it's always a big party and some schools mean you've done work with schools in the. Larvae, and those classes they have classes of up to three hundred children, you know, in one classroom. So the energy that you met with when you're going into one of those classrooms. It's absolutely breathtaking. Kids all there to greet. You what you're describing sounds very reminiscent to growing up a mistakes where they would teach you all about stop drop and roll if you were ever to have your clothes be caught on fire. You remember these posters, you remember that education? You remember that training that they gave you growing up or even something as simplistic how to dial.
"primary school" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"And I thought, wow, I can't really tell anybody about me being gay because I'm already trying to fit in as a plot kids, you know, and was I was going to primary school that was a majority white primary school. So I thought I don't want to create anymore differences because this all ready. A visible difference already. You religion families religion as well. Because that was another aspect to not really wanting to come out as well. It wasn't. He absolutely. I mean, my parents both Muslims and they raised me up with the Muslims. And it was so important, you know, have enough faith. You don't have to go to mosque on a regular basis. Every Friday our big school as well. As of locally and learning the Koran and kind of light Islamic teachings as well. I guess my parents. Became last of out for a couple of years, but then returned back to being ready ready to and so the belief I had as a seven year old was the I I wasn't with go to didn't feel with go because I not head comments made in the mosque. And I'd seen Stefan save as well where it wasn't okay. To be Muslim guy that the way that was feeling was in some y against go. It was against the kind of normal things in life. You know, I've been taught about three my faith. So I I almost felt like I was a real disappointment only to my parents also in that relationship with goatee. Now, the I was almost kind of letting go down so thing I wasn't right or I was normal. I I think the faith was was very very important possible as a Muslim, you know, I I. find that you can draw tremendous strength and uncertainty from belief. By didn't feel strong that I felt so terribly confused on very very conflicted Rayleigh. And I guess because of my faith I tried to hide my sexual and emotional identity ASO when it was guy. I tried to pretend it wasn't. There was kind of hoping it would go away. It seems to just kind of be the so you obviously had it for some time. What point in your life? Did it change? And why did it change Monte eventually manage to have that conversation with people, I guess, it was going to high school really I think having left primary school moved onto high school is very different because it's it's a different environment. More people more different. You're allowed to be different. So I was kind of hanging out with some of the Goths and the MOS and the and the rockets as well, they were they stood out. You know, it's different hair colour, and you know, kind of breaking the rules and kind of wearing the clothes differently and meet different music tastes. I was really drawn towards the because. Because I thought you know, were rather than kind of try and be accepted and super except by one around me, perhaps, you know, it's okay to kind of be different answer to kinda stand down. So they opened more. They accepted me. They really accepted me for being into the kind of music and into the kind of styles of clothes and stuff. I guess that was around the time of little, you know, I could probably maybe some thin. I could probably kind of like see how that goes down with them because the quite a few pounds, then in which, you know, some of the lead singers excetera where what queer in some way by or they were, you know, the guy, and you know, like that lots of people who were today for Bowie on he was like, you know, he was openly bisexual and. I'm very so the bands like Judas priest lead singer was gay. Find your tribe. But it wasn't necessary gay try before new chime three music. Yeah. Yeah. It was important. You know, like those that anti-establishment words that they'd sing about excetera. I thought, you know, well, I'm trying so hard to be part of the establishment. But this option don't even accept to. I am. So I came out so couple of mates, and they were really good that they we gray at a kind of accept today. They thought it was quite cool. Then came out to more friends, and I ended up losing most of my friends because they didn't understand what it meant to be..
"primary school" Discussed on Planet Money
"We've got north korea yup we've got russia midterms and of course president trump and what happens whenever there is crazy news at our ups we pop into the studio and break it down to make sense so if you see a headline we've discussed it it's the pr politics podcast we caught up with mr lee in his car on his way home from dinner he had just gone out with his wife and some friends oh what did you have in town i went from france and rice on woman i think china's foot is really good so do i see we're just building bridges here at the who does it good and we were talking with mr lee about his flag bacteria and he told us that in fact his factory did not always make flags it's a haunting in that's what we were actually producing this red scarves for primary school students the young pioneers the young pioneers are like the communist party use and in fact mr lease factory is called we must win from that time but then in two thousand one china joined the world trade organization with made it easier for the country to trade with the rest of the world and mr leeann his wife saw this chance to grow their business to go global themselves and literally like what is more global than flat things more global than flags so mr lee started making flags for countries all around the world to the gua we're producing lot of flex for something from germany france brazil india south africa mr lease factory and the inexpensive labor in his country meant his business quickly became competitive on a global scale he started charging about a dollar per flag making about a dime of profit on each one and businesses it's been going pretty consistently with with the world and with the us at least for now get the us trade war with china has not yet directly affected mr leeann his business there are no flag tariffs yet but president trump's escalating trade tensions with china do worry mr lee and those tensions are especially notable to him considering one of the orders that he is currently filling cut we also make flags for trump for twenty twenty it seems like he has another campaign going on twenty twenty is that right that's right do the flag say made in china on them yes all of them so cardiff as you know a lot has been made of trump's make america great again hats being made in china but the fact is even though trump has kicked off what is she ping up to be a full on trade war with china the guy needs flags and make america great again hats for his campaign thousands of them and if you need thousands of flags and hats in a short span of time at a reasonable price you go to china does it feel strange to be making flags for for him is completely normal and that is trade we buy stuff from america in america by a spy stuff from china for exam my cars from america oh what kind of car do you have it's a bmw x five oh wow nice car and the wife said that is from germany but he says no i know that is from a branch of bmw based in america and in fact they do make him ws in spartanburg county south carolina bmw moved part of its production there in the nineteen nineties and factory employs about nine thousand workers and they had been planning a big expansion but recently they have threatened to close the plant if president trump puts a tariff on european cars which he said he just might do you like the car very much doug well this is the best car from germany and they're producing from oregon of course i like it this is incredible by the way i just want to note that all right he makes flags these symbol of a country's pride which she sends to america which makes the car that he drives but which was designed in germany and not to mention it he's also talking to us on an iphone seven signed in the us made in china and he's on his way back to a factory where he's busily filling in order for thousands of blue.
"primary school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The children of karaka sda primary school on the outskirts of the ganden capital kampala this list number one what are we going just ten years old then learning how to spot unreliable medical claims a useful skillet or country would dodgy medicines are routinely pedaled the key teaching tool is not elaborately illustrated textbook written in the style of a comic it features several recurring characters john and julie the protagonists professor compare and professor who explain what is considered as a credible plane and what isn't and kazuko a troublemaking parrot he repeats everything he he is a sort of avian room among the kids all love zuqiu in the story being taught in front of me john gets a burn and is told that caradon will help heal it drako sti is one of one hundred twenty schools which took part in this huge randomized trial involving ten thousand children is the first of its kind anywhere in the world to see if children could be taught how to evaluate claims and children pick up on this message with comfortable of clarity elizabeth who's nine gave me an example of how she could claim she his all around her neck has just announced and radio yet the person who announced it just wanted to get money many people try to sell medicines and they say it'll cure you yes they do in order to get that's useful to be able to ask whether it really works useful indeed these critical thinking skills can save lives allen sandy is a researcher mccarey university college of health sciences these a lot of news in the pay has on the radio these a lot of things that have being saved on loudspeakers in the road with our health systems people are able to walk into a pharmacy and get anything that they can come across their people that were applying medicines that are used for treatment of animals to treat certain conditions if people aren't able to critically think through these decisions then we're in a situation where some lives could even be lost so how's.
"primary school" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"To take a look it's just after six in the morning don has barely broken in fact it's still quite dark but fourteen children already begun football practice at the only on sean primary school high in the mountains in western china the headmaster ma on route who doubles as the football coach putting the children through their paces yeah teacher mr mazdas one boy to foster i'll via tote longer to and encouraging her really good really good china wants to be a world football super it's still quite dark but fourteen children already begun football practice at the job ma who doubles as the football coach is putting the children through their paces geno teacher mr mazdas one boy to run foster i'll via tweet each other tot longer to and encouraging her really good really good builds data food this tiny school is dominated by football the children work to keep their places on the schools for girls and boys football teams waking up at five forty am before practice begins on this windy mountaintop mr ma don't you think this is quite tough on the children to wake up so early and go to practice job well her son is your mom muster ma says he doesn't think it's tough actually the training in morning are quite light they are just passing bows and there's no confrontational trainings and all the training method it's after their scientific design so he's not worried about that is too tough it gets and he put it really nicely he said let's have to kiss tastes a bit of business with marion and then they can taste the sweetness of the fruits when they're older mr mom what about the wintertime i mean these children still wake up some of them were as just six years old but they're still practicing sometimes in minus twenty degree weather yes in the winter it's minus twenty degrees but it doesn't really matter how the kids are once you know the inroad into joanne primary school we have to follow roast these are the rose stop we practice practice oh i simon we're exploring china's football dream countries powerful leader xi jinping famously loves.
"primary school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's just after six in the morning don has barely broken in fact it's still quite dark but fourteen children already begun football practice at the on sean primary school high in the mountains in western china the headmaster ma on route who doubles as the football coach is putting the children through their paces teach me surmises top one boy to foster tot longer to avenue and encouraging her really really good job detroit the data this tiny school is dominated by football the children work to keep their places on the schools for girls and boys football teams waking up at five forty am before practice begins on this windy mountaintop what's your ma don't you think this is quite tough on the children to wake up so early and go to practice would you hi will have sun mr ma said he doesn't think he's tough actually the training in the morning are quite light they are just passing bows and there's no confrontational trainings and all the training method it's after scientific design so he's not worried about that it's too tough for kids and he put it really nicely he said let's have to kiss tastes a bit of business with marian and then can taste the sweetness of the fruits when they're older but mister mom what about the wintertime these children's still wake up some of them are just six years old but they're still practicing sometimes in minus twenty degree weather boone jan do as you yes in the winter it's minus twenty degrees but it doesn't really matter how old the kids are once you know the inroad into joining try primary school we have to follow roast these are the rose stop we practice at tremendous primary school i simon we're exploring china's football dream countries powerful leader see jinping famously.
"primary school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's just after six in the morning but fourteen children already begun football practice at the johnny unstrung primary school high in the mountains in western china this tiny school is dominated by football there are just sixty five pupils but four football teams the children wake up at five forty am to begin practice on this windy mountaintop these children and their families are hoping that a future in football will be their ticket out of the mountains and the grinding poverty on display here so they keep training even in winter temperatures can drop to minus twenty hoping to attract the attention of football scouts fast the school is doing surprisingly well it's already sent six children to china's top football academy on full scholarships to of its graduates are playing china's professional football superleague a now this remote primary schools become a state approved model for the rest of china the captain of the girls football team twelve year old one sean has in her tracksuit all the time she also wears the communist party red scarf that so many children here do usually my happiest moment of the day is way do the football training in afternoon i sweat it out and it felt awesome at the school in gun sues mountains there's a special trump squeeze around a tv set the headmaster in about twenty students or watching china's wins take on the philippines stand up the headmaster orders and they joined in the national anthem before kickoff one looks tired she has after all been awake since before six in the morning and it's now past nine at night but even now she's watching the game intently looking for things to help her improve though she does admit to feeling stress my pressure would come from my worry that i would make mistakes on the pitch rubik's cube mahala heart the refresher from my parents you see i'm here studying in school i get up early and i go to bed so late and i trained so hard i swear i'm going to let them down after leaving gums civil we learned that one football trial at the fancy academy down south has been postponed that means she'll officially graduate from her primary school before she knows where her future lies no doubt a frustrating development for girl eager for bright move future it's the same story for headmaster ma who can't wait to expand his vision maybe even still china's world cup dreams i'm not report from gansu province was from our correspondent celia hatton.
"primary school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Early morning language class at the karajan primary school on turkey's border with syria but for these children the real lesson is about each other syrian and turkish people sit learn and share together this is a project to integrate the two nationalities syrian refugees not kept apart but mixed in with their turkish hosts i have turkish and syrian friends we're not different says ariff a turkish ten year old i've learned how to speak tukish says omar from aleppo and about turkish food everything here is great playground is a typically boisterous splice when you look around the kids in the school you can't tell if i talk or syrian and not as the aim of this whole project that the border between people's generations is lifted the three hundred million euro project is funded by the eu to replace makeshift syrian only schools the headmaster here is resolved goon demisch before coming to our school the syrian kids would roam around the streets not doing anything now they've begun to prepare for their future we are like a mini united nations the model works by giving syrians their own turkish language lessons so they feel able to take part in other mixed classes and all staff take lessons in immigration and syrian culture one of the teachers is if you separated the syrian refugees from the society even begin to make a world cvs world we doubt toki.
"primary school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Early morning language class said the karajan primary school on turkey's border with syria but for these children the real lesson is about each other syrian and turkish people sit learn and share together this is a project to integrate the two nationalities syrian refugees not kept apart but mixed in with their turkish hosts i have turkish and syrian friends we're not different says ariff a turkish tenyearold i've learned how to speak turkish says omar from aleppo and about turkish food everything here is great the playground is a typically boisterous place when you look around the kids in the school you can't tell if that's or syrian and that is the aim of this whole projects that the border between people's generations as lifting the three hundred million euro project is funded by the eu to replace makeshift syrian only schools the headmaster here is elliott is argon demisch before coming to our school the syrian kids would roam around streets not doing anything now they've begun to prepare for the future like a mini united nations the model works by giving syrians their own turkish language lessons so they feel able to take part in other mixed classes and all staff take lessons in immigration and syrian culture one of the teachers is ollie if you separated the syrian refugees from the society even begin to make a world sealion world doubt toki.
"primary school" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Went to primary school in the late sixties through the mid seventies and that's when you know integration was going on full bore so you remember bus happening happening as late as the seventies oh yeah absolutely as a matter of fact i actually wrote a bus in from it was a subdivision of chicago heights in illinois into our our school in park forest right next door and because i stayed overnight there with a friend and it was it was going on seventy seventyfive interesting because in lansing i mean there there are some black kids in my in my junior high school but it's because the junior high school was closer to downtown it was closer to to the to the largely african american part of lansing than it was to my house but when i went to high school which was back out in the direction of the suburbs where i lived it was pretty much all white there was maybe three or four black people in the entire school david thanks we're back at jefferson smith you're listening to and watching the tom hartman show the question for this hour is what's the big lie there's so much focus on dishonesty in public discourse particularly by a current president but what are those dishonesty that should be focused on the most we've got a caller and free speech tv thanks for watching and listening michael you say here capitalism is ally speaker piece michael you there yeah i got you yeah go ahead.
"primary school" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"No he yet his up he said would you recognize him i recognize laugh apparently that's what police went to the laughing mortga so we start thinking taking the my head that it's not all kind of people kind of people were shit on you man people will look at you even in the business dancing around title to to you on stage k labs people don't really like it yeah i probably should take actually musso convey peas don't say can't three so when i came back and then kind of a coup up well you probably know this curriculum nodoze but then i caught up with the future i was a singer right i was singing all these places and i kind of became the frank sinatra of greenwich in that certain men who robbery many years before but you've all gold yeah kind of win comey a boy and i with them the wing yeah and i became a bit of a became a little bit chat which is interesting coasters mall kind of gangsters mall my teeth breasts enlarged anyway i did that so amendment wife i way and she said look you go it's up all this shit yeah movie and i went to did some premediation with where is still in london in manifield primary school in the eastern i loved it i loved it was suddenly there and they want me to director play the wizard of oz how how young kids the kids were between the age of seven eleven right but i kind of that thing being the theater the show professional show so i wanted everybody to have be part of it so those fun of people in the show there was a choir go musician friends in they came in and start playing did all the piano i really buzzed off but then i kind of started i'd longing for to perform.
"primary school" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy
"Here's i was jacob and some nine years old my parents their grandparents they're totally full all genton primary school main room and i totally forgot my line and i was really worried when i came off the online i yeah we deal with kids on the at one line it was signed to do with exactly remember it was to tell you fred was so worried that my dad would have a gun me i thought it was going to say how could you also you only had one line how could you forget that could you and he smiled and he said you know what's fantastic you go to go son it will get easier next time around and that's what i think humiliation what's the worst can happen okay so never failed at valencia is now a fantastic pundit you got book bold out against the west end is recovered you're a fantastic cricketing imagine how bad it would be if you never put yourself in the line yeah i get so i i understand you don't get runs you forget you lines humiliate we've just been so looking about steve smith from bancroft about that for humiliation don't live that one down that's a moral thing isn't it yeah it's performance anxiety issue it's not like you was shown wanting because he didn't quite deliver in the way you knew you could that's where you made a decision to break the rules i think that's more humiliates it's a difficult thing to recover from spoke about our neighbors well about human issue i'm not about training with the the academy dhabi when i was kept in when i play three hundred and fifty penalty games and then he was in the manager's plans and then was asked to tame with it with the youth sides good in every day and that was humiliated you know for me personally to buy back from that was was was hard but it was it was amazing amazing to to to sink that you've you've got through stuff in your careers and then come out to do the side probably you better broadcaster.
"primary school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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