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HOW CURRICULUM GETS WRITTEN
No, it is not by elves who live in trees in the forest. As science knows, only cookies are made that way! My good friend Andy Pass , the President of A Pass Education Group is joined by his colleague Pauline Valvo? to talk about the behind the scenes activity to create curriculum for the many educational publishers out there...which winds up in your classroom ready to use!
Join us November 4, 2014 as we rebroadcast one of our best shows from June 25, 2013! We'll dive deep and take a look inside a curriculum writer's brain.
Shaping Special Hearts: Adapting Curriculum for Special Needs
Vangie Rodenbeck continues the conversation about adapting your current curriculum for children with special needs. Guest Amy Dolan joins the show to offer ideas and advice.
Amy Dolan is Founder and Lead Consultant for Lemon Lime Kids. Bringing previous children's ministry experience from Willow Creek Community Church where she served as Promiseland's Age 4-5 Curriculum Writer and Teacher, Willow Creek Association where she led as Executive Director of Children's Ministries, and The Chapel as Children's Ministry Director.
The Supreme Wisdom Curriculum is a God-center curriculum that begins with the Word of God and expands to cover the scope of original thought. The diameter or scope of this curriculum is determined by All Mighty God Himself Who desires for us unlimited progress therefore when this curriculum is implemented, Inshallah, those who are taught under it will possess the requisite knowledge to become a god inknowledge to become a god in his/her chosen sphere of activity. The true knowledge of self begins with the knowledge of God.
?3D PRINTING IN YOUR CLASSROOM AND A CURRICULUM WITH IT
?Jered Dean, Associate Professor at Colorado School of Mines and creator of the PITSCO 3D Printing curriculum . We're taking a lot at one of the most interesting things to come down the pike in years.
Jay Mathews an educational writer and a blogger for the Washington Post (washingtonpost.com/class-struggle), will help us understand the trends in education over the past 40 yrs, and how we arrived at the Common Core Curriculum, an attempt to standardize school curriculums from Kindergarten to Grade 12 nation-wide.
Jay Mathews is the author of eight books, including four about high schools and a New York Times bestseller, “Work Hard. Be Nice,” about the birth and growth of the KIPP charter school network. His popular college admission guide is “Harvard Schmarvard.” His latest book, “The War Against Dummy Math” is published by the American Institutes for Research.
He is the creator of the annual Challenge Index rankings of high schools (formerly at Newsweek, now at the Washington Post) which have drawn as much as 21 million page views in a week. His columns appear in the Post’s Metro and Local Living sections, and on his Class Struggle page at washingtonpost.com/class-struggle. He was one of the school experts featured in the documentary film “Waiting for “Superman.’” He has won several awards for education writing and was given the Upton Sinclair award as “a beacon of light in the realm of education.” He has the Eugene Meyer award for distinguished service to the Washington Post. He is married to journalist Linda Mathews. They have three children and three grandsons.
This Week on Renewable Now . Peter Arpin and this week's cohost Jim Murphy will be speaking with Alexa Leboeuf, a Brown University graduate student . Currently Alexa is working with other students in collaboration with RhodeIsland College and the Taubman Policy center on establishing a curriculum at the student teacher level on sustainability.
Listen live weekly on 1320warlradio.com and here on Blogtalkradio.com on the Renewable Now channel .
Renewable Now ,educating you on the business side of Green.
Does the education system in Zambia need an overhaul? In part 2 of this segment we are joined by Mr Peter Kasaji Director of Curriculum Deveopment at the Ministry of education. Our impressive panelist includes Mr Sam Mutiti is an Assistant Professor at Georgia College and State University., Mr Mambwe Mumba, Dr Patrick Wilson.
In this episode of EGUA - Marketplace we examine our PTAH SASETEM curriculum.
PTAH Sasetem is a curriculum created for adults who are of Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) heritage to utilize in the education of themselves, their peers and in the instruction of Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit children and young adults. PTAH Sasetem is a seven-tiered structure rooted in the Ancestral order of Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit culture. This structure is detailed in the PTAH Sasetem Nhoma (book) and our related Adesua (training workshops).
The consciousness and behavior of Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit children, young adults and adults is awakened and transformed through the principles and values conveyed through the seven tiers within PTAH Sasetem.
The principles and values of PTAH Sasetem have been used to positively re-orient Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit children, young adults and adults in prevention and intervention settings, classrooms, after-school programs, day-care and home-school programs, adult and youth "rites of passage" programs and various Mentu Ra (mentor) relationships. As Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit adults, only we can ground ourselves and our Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit youth and peers in our shared Ancestral legacy. It is imperative that we engage a process rooted in our Ancestral culture for our total development, sustenance, sovereignty and security.
Download our PTAH SASETEM book:
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Akwamu Nation in North America
An innovative e-learning application dedicated to help students succeed by providing the best lessons aligned to their curricula and textbooks. Teachers also get rewarded for the digital lessons they share.
Listen as we provide our incoming students with info about what to expect this coming Fall as you begin the new year. We'll explain more about the newly-restructured Fall Reporting curriculum, selection and registration this summer for Fall courses, preparing for spring and take your questions.
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Today, host Julie Forbes talks with Christina Capatides with Muttigrees Curriculum. Muttigrees teaches kids in schools about compassion, empathy and diversity by telling them stories about shelter pets so they may see the world through their eyes. This helps them develop these skills for other humans too. Muttigrees is currently piloting a curriculum for special education classes as well. They've found their curriculum to be particularly powerful for kids on the autism spectrum.
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