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Welcome to Happy Talk Radio. My name is GG Stanley. I am your host with the most happy news to share with you for a half hour every Saturday at 2:00 PM EST from coast-to-coast. However, the Holiday Special will be aired on Monday, 12/22/14 at 6:30 PM EST.
Happy Talk Radio is about you and me. It is about cultivating positive thinking and presenting family friendly topics that invigorates Happy Talk and Happy Thoughts to empower your mind, body and soul in the totality of happiness.
Happy Talk Radio will have amazing guests interviewed on the show to share their contagious happiness and success stories every week. Be inspired.
We will cover topics in the arts, music, family, travel, health and wellness, business, polity and fun.
If you would like to be a guest, to share your happy thoughts or to share a public service announcement on the show, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I will respond to all tentative guests inquiry via email above. And, I will share audience happy thoughts and/or public service announcements on upcoming Happy Talk shows. This is your time to shine!
Also, a chat line is opened on every show for shout-outs and questions to my special guests at (347) 857-1142.
Together, we can make a difference in spreading the power of good news and happiness.
The Holiday Season is here, and on this segment I will be reading poems about “Poetic Happiness,” Christmas Stories and 10 Ways to Find Happiness in 2015.
So, don't you go nowhere! This show is more about you and less of me.
Happy Talk Radio is bringing it home. Joy to the World!
Tune-in at www.blogtalkradio.com/happytalk online or Call-in at (347) 857-1142.
Bear Woznick, your adventure guide and host of Deep Adventure Radio, brings this two-minute podcast to bolster your courage to follow God's will in your life. Today, Bear talks about the virtue of faith and what that should mean in your life. Check back every Tuesday & Thursday for more Deep Virtue audio blogs or visit DeepAdventure.com. And remember, the most radical thing you can do in life is follow God's will.
Bear Woznick shares some wisdom on the Seven Cardinal Virtues every Tuesday and Thursday on his Deep Virtue Audio Blog. Check out DeepAdventure.com for more episodes. In this episode, learn how self-denial will strengthen your heart to stay true to the Lord.
The Nikki X Happy Hour is a show with four guys, Ted Hicks, Todd Vandenberg, Lee Vowell and Murph, who like to talk sports and other sundries. Live every Tuesday at 7 pm ET. This week the guys welcome Brittney Garner, football coach at Pickett County High in Tennessee. Ms. Garner is the first female head coach in the history of Tennessee high school football.
Every week will feature special guests, Rob Gordons and talk of Greenland. Enjoy.
Go deep this week with adventure guide Bear Woznick as he talks with prolific author Benjamin Wiker, author of "Answering the New Atheism: Dismatling Dawkins' Case Against God". Arm yourself with the answers you need to talk with atheists and defend your beleif in God. Ben is also an expert knife thrower. So arm yourself with the knives of good philosophy on this new Deep Adventure Radio. Visit DeepAdventure.com for more.
Dj Phaze gives you the top 3 Songs of the week and a Live Mix from him. This week we hit up Deep House.
Call in if your a Dj or a producer and want to share your work.
We also give you updates for Life in Color and other events coming soon in Florida.
Please join our show hosts and special guest P. David Pearson (a faculty member in the programs in Language and Literacy and Human Development at the Graduate School of Education at the University of California, Berkeley).
Our conversation will center around common core state standards (strengths and areas needing to be improved) and deep literacy:
What role does culture play in CCSS? e.g., Jerome Bruner: "Culture is to the Mind as Mind is to Culture"
What role does motivation and engagement play in subject-matter and CCSS?
Do close reading advocates understand what cognitive science has taught us, i.e., about the role prior knowledge plays in comprehension?
How well are U.S. students faring with inferential and evaluative comprehension skills?
How do we get politics out of the classroom?
Are good teachers born with high pedagogical skills or are they developed?