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Director of Academic Relations at Learning Bird, ROXANNE DESFORGES
discusses the power of using personalized digital content with your students
CAROL IS THE WM CLAY PARRISH PROFESSOR AND CHAIR OF EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AT UVA'S CURRY SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND AUTHOR OF SEVERAL BOOKS ABOUT DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION.
Legally Blynd is easily the tightest, most creative soul-blues band performing today. Great songs rooted in the blues and gospel quartet traditions, written by and featuring the deeply soulful lead vocals of John "Jubu" Smith, a double whammy of awesome guitar work by Jubu and Errol Cooney, and a rhythm section made up of some of the most accomplished players in the business make for a truly world-class team. --Lee Hildebrand, Veteran Contributor to the San Francisco Chronicle and Living Blues.
Legally Blynd consistently produces music that pushes the boundaries of what music should be. Combining soul, gospel, and blues influences, Legally Blynd brings a clearly differentiated sound to a diverse group of audiences everywhere. The all-star band members have built careers for top billing artists such as Rihanna, Stevie Wonder, Justin Timberlake, Destiny’s Child, Raphael Saadiq, Jill Scott, Alicia Keys, Luther Vandross,Sheila E.,Frankie Beverly & Maze, Whitney Houston, John Legend, Chrisette Michele, and numerous more. Aptly named "Legally Blynd," the band has serious goals as artists to reach, inspire and bring people of all demographics together, through the love of their music. We'll talk to them abut their new release, You.
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Don't Want to Be the Only Black There: Successful Black Students Tell How Predominantly White Colleges Can Help Them Graduate/
Going to college for most Black students in America looks very different than it does for Caucasian students on a predominantly white campus. This book highlights the many factors that impact the experiences of potential college-going African-Americans and allows us to get a look at how (16) Black university students view the racially disparate educational system in America and how to be successful within /
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History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if face with courage, need not be lived again. Maya Angelou /
"MINORITY" ...Rather than a relational "SOCIAL GROUP", as the term would indicate, the term refers to a category that is differentiated from the social majority, that is, those who hold the majority of positions of social power in a society, and may be defined by law. The differentiation can be based on one or more observable human characteristics, including, but not limited to: ethnicity, race, gender, wealth, health or sexual orientation. Usage of the term is applied to various situations and civilizations within history, despite its popular mis-association with a numerical, statistical minority. In the social sciences, the term "minority" is used to refer to categories of persons who hold few positions of social power. /
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Brickell answered questions on morality versus prudence, concealing a relationship from parents, death notifications via Facebook, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: In ethics, should moral actions be differentiated from prudential actions?
Question 2: Is it wrong to conceal information from my father while I live in his home?
Question 3: Am I wrong to be upset that I learned of my uncle's death via Facebook?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Brickell on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
This week on The Inclusive Class Podcast, we talk with Christi Kasa, Ph.D., about differentiating lessons to reach all the learners in a classroom.
Christi Kasa is the owner of Inclusion University, a consulting company that helps parents and educators create successful inclusive schools. Christi is also a professor and Department Chair in the College of Education at the University of Colorado.
Christi began her career teaching in the public schools of California as a general education teacher, special education teacher, and an inclusion facilitator. Christi conducts research on inclusive schooling, collaboration and co-teaching, and communication for people with autism and other movement differences.
Welcome to Jargonorrhea Live – A viral marketing show for leaders. Serious tips and a sense of fun.
I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, coming to you live from San Jose, CA, in Silicon Valley. This show airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT. We help business and marketing executives and their teams humanize what they do by telling their most important company, product and customer stories to the world.
This podcast is all about making marketing more human, fun and effective. We are a jargon-monoxide-poisoning free zone. Leave a comment on the blog.
Business Storytelling - The Power of Vulernability
Often times, business storytelling fails to create emotional resonance that sticks. And in many cases, these stories fail because they lack vulnerability. Yet, vulnerability is key to not only great storytelling; it's key to differentiation.
Join me July 30th at 3:30PM PDT for a podcast on the power of vulnerability to create better and more differentiated stories.
President Barack Obama's Charleston eulogy: 'Amazing Grace'
President Barack Obama delivered a touching eulogy, a rousing political speech and a thoughtful meditation on race in America when he traveled to Charleston, South Carolina on Friday to speak at the funeral of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, who was gunned down last week by a racist terrorist during Bible study.
But the President's speech will be remembered for a moment at the end when the he launched into a solo of "Amazing Grace," that at first stunned the mourners and then brought them to their feet as they joined him in song.
Unlike past times Obama has confronted an act of violence, he knew the highest profile victim of the Charleston shooting personally. Obama met Pinckney as an early supporter of his 2008 presidential bid.
That personal connection differentiated Friday's eulogy from the funerals Obama keynoted after previous shootings. So, too, did the renewed questions on race spurred by the shooter's apparent motivations.
"None of us can or should expect a transformation in race relations overnight. Every time something like this happens, somebody says, 'We have to have a conversation about race,'" Obama said. "We talk a lot about race. There's no shortcut. We don't need more talk."
Howcee Productions Gospel BTR host #HOWCEE Thanks to Kevin Liptak, CNN White House Producer for this lead in information. We also Thank www.cnn,com for picture.
Bruce Jenner was an iconic brand face—on the Wheaties box, the dad on the Kardashians reality show, etc. He was "ultra male." Gender identification is closely tied to branding and marketers have always employed strategies that differentiated men and women. Tynicka Battle and Liz Nickles discuss: What happens to branding when the paradigm flips? You have to rethink the entire game. See http://www.brandzillasbrief.com for more podcasts about branding strategies.
Learn 10 differences of loving someone oppose to being "in love" How do you know the difference? What are some experiences that you knew differentiated from loving someone and being in love and how did it make you feel? Do you believe there is a difference and if so why? Does Love Conquer ALL? Call in and get your questions answered. How do you stay motivated when your feelings are on an all time high. Are you living in reality or is it just a dream?
Carolyn Coil returns to The Inclusive Class Podcast to talk with Nicole & Terri about assessment in the differentiated classroom.
With classrooms becoming more inclusive yet diverse in abilities and skills, teachers are creating lessons to meet the needs of individual students. This is known as differentiation. But how does the teacher measure the growth and development of all the children who are at various levels?
Carolyn Coil will provide tips and strategies for ways to assess student learning. Carolyn is an expert on differentiated instruction and is an internationally known speaker, author, trainer, consultant and educator. This is a podcast for both teachers and parents who want to know more about differentiated instruction.
For more information about this episode, go to www.theinclusiveclass.com.