SORT BY Relevancy
What's the best way to sell to schools? It's the topic of greatest interest for everyone who wants to succeed in the K-12 education market. Many newcomers would like to find a low-cost entry, and the idea of using independent reps or resellers is popular. What have experts learned about this sales approach? What do you need to know to be successful working with K-12 channel partners? Join host Glen McCandless for a 15-minute interview with two veterans of K-12 sales, Farimah Schuerman a
Recorded on Dashiell Hammett’s birthday, the Write Pack explore the schools, tropes, and clichés of the mystery genre, Why does there always have to be a murder? What are the sub-genres or schools or subgenres of the mystery genre? Do the crimes always have to be solved by a little old lady with no background in police work from a town where the murder victims outstrip the population of the town? What are some of the rules? What separates the subgenres? What are courtroom genres? What are police procedural stories? What are hardboiled mysteries? Why do detective characters have to be broken? What are crime novels? What separates the mystery from the adventure novel or are they separate?
Does there always need to be a sidekick? Do we always need justice? Do we always need the group of suspects gathered together in the drawing room or the court room for the criminal to be discovered? Is the evidence always quickly analyzed by the forensic lab?
You can find Write Pack Radio on Facebook, Twitter, Blog Talk Radio and iTunes. Please send us on Blog Talk Radio, Facebook or Twitter any comments or questions you would like to see in our future shows.
Psychological healing from the shootings at schools in urban, suburban or rural areas is a tremendous challenge for concerned citizens of America and the world! Healing, both physical and psychological healing, is a process of restoring a situation to a balanced or functioning state. Unfortunately, the emotional scars in the healing process are usually seen or felt long after the traumatic situation or damage is over. Repairing or restoring our mental state after experiencing random shootings in public places (i.e. our schools, workplaces, malls,) is far more challenging than fixing the physical wounds. The Student2Teacher show has always focused on "down to earth" topics that will help Adult Students and Veterans succeed in school/college and work, even with mental and physical disabilities. The psychological impact of random shootings and stabbings in our schools/colleges was not expected to hinder success but it has, according to many students , employees and teachers! The innocent lives lost to shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary, Columbine, Virginia Tech, to the recent Oregon school, and so many other "assumed safe" institutions, is a memorable tragedy, whether you were in the line of fire or watching on the news. . Please join Dr. Applewhite, staff at White Apple Institute, and Guests as they discuss ways to start the healing process from the violence in schools. Learn more about how you can support our students and Veterans with disabilities in reaching their education and workforce goals visithttp://whiteappleinstitute.org Click on Radio to listen to episodes of the Student2Teacher ™ show any day of the week.
A new study shows the shift from print books to ebooks is accelerating, the most dramatic change in the K-12 market in a century. Is education marketing or selling to schools a priority for you? If so, do not miss this interview with the publisher of this important education market research study. Everyone in the school market will be impacted by the eBook wave. Ride it or be drowned by it!
Kicking off the show is "Style Avenue" with Arielle. She will get you up to date on what's going on in the fashion world whether it's on the runway, at an event or on the streets. Then tune in as Mr. Yancey discusses "What's going on in charter schools?". Regardless of whether it's public, private or charter schools, our students deserve a nurturing, stable learning environment. Unfortunately, that is not the case in some schools that are suppose to be an alternative to public schools. What are your thoughts about this? Feel free to call in with your questions and comments at (914)338-0665.
Are sales to K-12 schools important to you? If so, and you've never considered the special education market before, now may be the time for you to rethink your strategy. Trends in the student population suggest that school administrators may soon prefer doing business with suppliers of instructional materials who support inclusion, that is, providing access to the general curriculum for all students. What are the product marketing implications and related sales opportunities for your company? Join host Glen McCandless and his special guest Frances Stetson, Ph.D., president of Stetson and Associates, inclusive education experts, for 15-minute discussion on this timely topic.
THE CENTER FOR TEACHING QUALITY presents
TEACHER POWERED SCHOOLS
Teacher Leader Lori Nazzareno on designing a Teacher Powered School
Presented by KNOWLEDGE WORKS www.knowledgeworks,org @worldoflearning
TWO OT'S COURTESY OF AOTA JOIN US FOR A LOOK AT HOW OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PLAYS SUCH AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN OUR SCHOOLS . I HAVE TO THANK MY FRIENDS AT ZANER-BLOSER FOR TELLING ME ABOUT THIS INTERACTION OF OT IN PUBLIC EDUCATION AND AOTA FOR HELPING ME SET UP THE SHOW
Up until just a generation ago, rifle marksmanship programs were familiar features on school campuses in America. Millions of Americans learned to shoot at school programs taught in school basements, in school gyms and at ranges the schools took school children to as part of their school's marksmanship programs.
Then it started disappearing in the 60s, even more in the 70s. By the 80s it had almost vanished. Very few schools remain that have active rifle marksmanship programs. But, that is starting to change. And we can help change it.
When I was a kid, everyone I knew had firearms and did at least some type of shooting. Hunting, skeet, target practice and just plinking on evenings and weekends. Even all of the girls I knew growing up knew how to shoot. Now, I live rurally, and of the kids living out rurally today, very few have had any kind of experience, introduction or instruction in firearms and shooting. I imagine the kids in cities have had even less.
This poses a very real problem for the future of our 2nd Amendment rights. When these millions of kids, who have never had any involvement in the shooting sports industry become of voting age, they will have no dog in this hunt. To them, having the right to posses or use a firearm means nothing. They have never owned a firearm, never experienced shooting, so what would they miss? Getting rifle marksmanship into the Schools should be a priority for Americans who are concerned about the direction the erosion of our 2A rights has been taking. We should be pushing for a very up front and aggressive educational program for rifle marksmanship in our schools.
Jim and Kim Heath, two of the Appleseed Project volunteers have been doing just that and they will be on the show tonight to tell us how to go about getting rifle marksmanship programs into our schools.
You can add your voice to the discussion by calling 347-308-8790
Hope to see you there!
Join Host Live Chats
- The Wacko Network (11 chatters)
- Tracey and Friends (5 chatters)
- TruthRadioNetwork (4 chatters)
- Angelically Inspired (3 chatters)
- The Road Less Traveled (3 chatters)
- Clay Douglas (3 chatters)
- Joyce BarrieFriends (3 chatters)
- NEWDradio (1 chatters)
- Purposed for Godliness (1 chatters)
- Red Pill Network (1 chatters)
- Coach Cafe (1 chatters)
- In His Presence MWE (1 chatters)
- Jay King Network (1 chatters)
- Jory Fisher (1 chatters)
- 2 Regular Guys Talking Decoration (1 chatters)
- BlackHebrewIsraeliteRadioShow (1 chatters)
- christianpsychicbrendabradshaw (1 chatters)