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This show will highlight my Subject Tracer titled Education and Academic Resources and available directly from the Virtual Private Library. The Education and Academic Resources Subject Tracer™ will keep you on the latest path to maintain your online education and academic position or give you the required guidance you need to stay at the leading edge of education and academic resources, sources and sites available over the Internet. We will also be reviewing the latest happenings from my
YES, Academic progress reflects the support YOU as a Parent provides. If you don't know what type of support to give, find out HOW by listening to this show. What is your level of Academic support? Find out the many ways you can support your child's education. Affirmations: I give support that will increase my child's academic progress. My actions support my child's academic progress. ___________________________________________
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The over all educational system in the most western countries is between 151 - 246 years behind when it comes to providing a quality education to the average person. Why do people go broke ? Why do people have problems such as evictions, forclosures, family break ups, homelessness, bankrupticies, domestic violence, etc. can all be be linked to one word: ACADEMIC. We shall take a look at the word academic and see by not knowing what this word means has led millions of people to beco
Bill Patton and Dave Diamont discuss how Bill finally was able to publish a book, and how the process of becoming a life coach played into that growth.
Bill recently published "The Art of Coaching High School Tennis" and is working on a book for children in regard to their best sports life.
Reach out to him at 720degreecoaching.org and join the mailing list. Or on Twitter 720degreecoach. Finally there are many ways to find Bill on Facebook.
Dave is found at DaveDiamont@gmail.com
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It's not academic, it's about getting real life skills experiences. Camp It's My House offers (5) essential Life Skills Xperience: House Building Growing Your Own Food Environmental Assets Asset Preservation Social Wealth These camps help you learn by giving you real world and in real time experiences. The education that you aquire in these sessions is not offered in your standard public school, charter school, private school, or even Ivy League university environments..&n
As always, things got “red hot” on Critical Discourse, but we did come to somewhat, agreement about voter I.D.s
On the agenda for this Saturday, March 29th:
Once again, pundits argue that there are too many Asians (well, not quite put so bluntly), accepted into the “Elite” High Schools in New York City – perhaps, even the rest of the country. Is this yet another attempt at pandering / treating black and Hispanic students as “retarded children”?
Update on Crimea, in light of Obama’s trip to Europe
Representative Paul Ryan’s “racial” comments
Praying for the Hahns – Religious Liberty in spite of the clear attempts by this Administration, to trump, demean and destroy them
Can’t wait for the discussion, which is always better when you come on board and share your insights, views and expertise
Are you feeling unimportant, insecure or frightened? You'll want to listen to my guest Michele Penn tell her story of coming from spousal abuse to immense success! If she could do it then so can you. Michele is an award winning photographer and co-author of the book Peace in the Present Moment with Bestselling authors Eckhart Tolle and Byron Katie. http://peaceinthepresentmoment.net Deepak Chopra says: "Lorane Gordon is a teacher of infinite possibilities"
My latest Subject Tracer is titled Education and Academic Resources and is available directly from http://www.EducationResources.info/ as well as through the Subject Tracer Gateway of the Virtual Private Library. This Subject Tracer gives you the very latest resources and sites available on the Internet to accomplish in depth knowledge discovery into education and academic resources. We will also be reviewing the latest happenings from my blog during the last week. We
This lively and illuminating conversation about New York City’s public schools will focus on NYC’s educational successes and failures, the Bloomberg agenda and its impact, the Common Core roll out, privatization, charters, assessment, teacher quality, and what future direction lies ahead for our schools. It will feature, Mr. Eric Nadelstern (former Deputy Chancellor) and Ms. Willen (Director-Hechinger Institute) With nearly a century of expertise between them, they will also offer words of wisdom and caution for the de Blasio administration.
Eric Nadelstern is a Professor of Practice in Educational Leadership at Teachers College/Columbia University where he directs the Summer Principals Academy. Prior to accepting this position, he was the Deputy Chancellor for the Division of School Support and Instruction for the New York City Department of Education from 2009-11, overseeing instructional and operational support to the city's 1700 schools. He is the author of Ten Lesson from NYC Schools published by Teachers College Press.
Liz Willen is editor of The Hechinger Report and director of The Hechinger Institute. She is a former senior writer focused on higher education at Bloomberg Markets magazine. Willen spent the bulk of her career covering the New York City public school system for Newsday. She has won numerous prizes for education coverage and shared the 2005 George Polk Award for health reporting with two Bloomberg colleagues. Willen is a graduate of Tufts University and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, and an active New York City public school parent.
Join us for this show with at live studio audience on April 12 at 3:30 EST.
It seems bullying is everywhere. We are actively addressing it in schools, in communities, and in families…and now also workplaces. Over the past several years, there has been a deluge of information about workplace bullying, some accurate and some not so much. In order to effectively address bullying, we need to ensure we have valid and reliable information. In this program, we will put on our researcher hats and examine what we know empirically about workplace bullying in terms of its prevalence, nature, antecedents, and consequences.
Dr. Loraleigh Keashly is an associate professor in the Dept. of Communication at Wayne State University, Detroit. Her research and consulting focuses on conflict and conflict resolution at the interpersonal, group and inter-group levels. Her current research focus is the nature, effects and amelioration of uncivil and bullying behaviors in the workplace with a particular interest in the role of organizational structure and culture in the facilitation or prevention and management of these behaviors. She has a particular interest in developing bystander efficacy to address negative work relationships. She has also focused her recent attention on the academic environment and works with universities on these issues. Her work has appeared in several top-tier academic journals. She has been a consultant to organizations and an expert witness on cases of workplace bullying and hostility.
For more information: Workplace Bullying
The 2013-2014 academic calendar is winding down, and sports in the Boston College landscape are finally saying farewell to a memorable year. From the resurgence of the football program to the run to glory for the hockey program to the meteoric drop of the basketball program, there's been plenty to talk about and there's been plenty to argue about.
But as Boston College prepares to graduate its class of 2014, we take the opportunity to look back at where this year's impact can be felt the most - off the field. Championships, winning seasons, bowl berths, and new coaches might be great to talk about, but why are we talking about them? How has this year been in terms of marketing and business, and how strong is the BC brand as it gets set to take a hiatus for the summer months?
Michael Sheehan drops by to analyze the Boston College brand with the first ever BCI Business Report. With Brad Bates' first full year at the helm squarely in the books, we look at the successes, the failures, and the road ahead. What opportunities still exist for advancement, and what can we do as fans to help advance the brand from our point of view?
Dial in at 646-200-0446 and weigh in with your thoughts about Bates and the athletic department's overall approach to 2013-2014!