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Why are there so few men in early childhood education? There are many theories and reasons behind the answers to this question. This radio show will engage the audience in a discussion of the challenges of recruiting and retaining male teachers, explore some of the myths and realities of being a male in early childhood education and offer some practical strategies for involving males in the lives of young children. James Scott, the University of Colorado Denver, Co-Director of the Buell Early Childhood Leadership Program will serve as the host of a panel of current Buell Early Childhood Leadership Program Fellows. The panelist will include current Buell Fellows Brett Dabb, Assistant Director, Warren Village Learning Center, Soren Gall, Mentor Coach, Clayton Early Learning, Matthew Hebard, Coordinator for Head Start & CPP, Assistant Education Coordinator, Cherry Creek School District, and Ray Mondragon, Principal, Escalante-Biggs Academy, Denver Public Schools.
Tomas Mejia and Jennifer Garcia Rosendo (2nd Year Buell Fellow) are members of the ECE Committee for the State Advisory Committee for Parent Involvement in Education (SACPIE). Tomas and Jennifer will be joined by guest Alberto Torres and a few parents to share insights into some of the work that SACPIE has striven to implement statewide. Learn why the group is passionate about supporting parent involvement from Pre-K through Higher Education. Please join these guests to hear more about the impact of parent engagement on children’s success in school and how the legislature has enacted statues to improve student achievement statewide. The show is hosted by Sofia Esteve-Sychla, 1st Year Buell Fellow and passionate advocate for parent involvement in education.
Tracey Smothers, Bobby Fulton and comedian D.J. Lewis
Hosted by The Beast from the Middle East, Yemeni Maniac, The Modern Day Sheik, Diafullah The Butcher Dobashi. He loves beating his opponents for his own and your entertainment. But now he is entertaining you right here. After all, you do watch sports to get entertained don't you? With special guest and talks on all combative sports and entertainment and a SOAPBOX TO SPEAK ON ANYTHING. If you need to settle a problem, you can do it right here. “CENSORED FREE! Anything can happen on Dobashi's Radio Takedown. Send emails to: RadioTakedown@gmail.com or go to the website for official links at: www.RadioTakedown.com
Child Care Owners and Directors, tune in to this episode of Child Care Business Success as Julie Bartkus speaks to Susan Testaguzza about a powerful technology that not only manages content but keeps parents and children connected throughout the day.
If you're wondering how to effectively use technology for keeping parents in the loop - tune in and discover what Susan has to share with you. Susan knows child care! She's been in the business for over 20 years as a parent, an owner, an administrator, a director, and more! The technology she has covers many bases by helping teachers, administrators, parents, and even the child. Her technology provides a full content management system using the latest, cutting-edge tools.
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Has been dancing in and around Seattle for the past 12 years. Kisha is one of the original Macklemore & Ryan Lewis backup dancer (aka Macklorette). In her short time here she has had the opportunity to dance with Break Point Dance Company, In Effect Hip Hop, and Seattle Storm Hip Hop squad. Appearances include Showtime at the Apollo and MTV's Made. Opening for Snoop Dogg, Blue Scholars, Wiz Khalifa, Microsoft, and T-Mobile events. Currently she teaches Hip Hop and choreographs for Emerald City Elite competitive team.
FRIDAY NIGHT HIP HOP "IN THE CUT" is your premier NW Hip Hop Dance Talk Show. FNHH - In the Cut promotes hip hop dance artists, studios, venues and more! "In the Cut" will feature interviews with Northwest and National talent as well as studios, events and more! Broadcasting live from Seattle, Washington!
Young Guns Episode #8
Bailey Smith (17)
The moment he walked into the first studio, hearing the rhythm through the walls and the bass on the floor, Bailey was instantly in a trance. Bailey began to train in his garage, day after day, attempting to be the dancer that he saw himself being in the future.
With Elite School of Dance, they helped shape his technique and essentials for movement. Two years later, the studio offer him a job teaching. Since that time, Bailey began getting offers from choreographers and dancers in the industry to work with them.
Avery Gardner (16)
Avery has been active in the world of Hip Hop for several years. He is a crew member of "Emerald City Elite" (ECE) dance crew. Avery teaches Teen Hip Hop at Melanie's Dance Unlimited (MDU) where he was also trained in jazz and ballet.
As a WNBA Seattle Storm Dance Troupe member, Avery performs in front of thousands weekly at Key Arena. He also choreographs and dances with "ACE Trio", made up of two other ECE crew members.
FRIDAY NIGHT HIP HOP - In The Cut is your "NW Hip Hop Dance Talk Show". FNHH - In the Cut promotes hip hop dance artists, studios, venues and more! "In the Cut" will feature interviews with Northwest and National talent as well as studios, events and more! It is broadcasts live from Seattle, Washington!
"The Northwest Premier Hip Hop Dance Talk Show"
Visit our website at www.fridaynighthiphop.com
Sarah Griffiths and Cassandra O'Neill of Wholonomy Consulting discuss the development and delivery of a coaching curriculum being used with several different coaching initiatives in Arizona.
They share how they have expanded and modified their curriculum based on lessons learned over the last 3 years given the needs of coaches, programs and having to expand the scope of delivery to include a significant increase in coaches.
They also share their perspectives on importance and influence of assessing the readiness of individuals and programs receiving coaching to better assure successful outcomes.
More information on their work is available at www.wholonomyconsulting.com.
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On this episode of Child Care Business Success Radio Julie Bartkus and Colleen Tracy Haddad discuss quality child care and how owners and directors can train successful teams! Remember to get your book updates and a FREE gift from Julie at www.ChildCareBusinessSuccess.com/book! Tune in to this episode and discover: How you can achieve a Quality Child Care TEAM! Our Guest: Colleen Tracy Haddad began her career in early childhood working in Florida State University’s Lab School during which time she received her B.A. in Child Development. While working with the Florida State Center for Prevention and Early Intervention Policy, she completed her Master’s in ECE with a Pre-K Handicap endorsement. She has been both a teacher and director and has extensive grant writing, program development, and training experience. Before becoming Executive Director of the Association for Early Learning Leaders, Colleen was Director of the National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs. Your host and Child Care Business Success Expert: Julie Bartkus an internationally known speaker and coach who is dedicated to helping leaders create the positive and productive workplaces that they desire and deserve. She is best known for helping leaders transform their workplaces through eliminating the destructive communication patterns (such as workplace gossip) and mindsets that keep their teams stuck.
My husband and I have loved ferrets since we brought our first albino home in 1993. I absolutely love their unique personalities and quirky antics. It wasn’t long before one became two and two became four. Then in December 1999...there could be no more. We brought home a little Y2K bug with ECE and vowed to never buy another sickly, farm-bred, pet-store ferret. I nursed three older ferrets furiously for months and my vet and I learned much about ferrets during that time. In 2007 we buried our precious, beautiful “Christmas”.
In 2008 we bought a house with ferrets in mind (at least in MY mind). After we settled in I began looking at private breeders. It wasn’t long before I came across a story about a breeder being investigated by PETA and they sent all their ferrets to auction. Well, there isn’t a great demand for dozens of breeder stock at auction and they wound up back in Texas with no place to go. An East Texas Rescue coordinated to save them, have them all checked out and...then fill the need to adopt out 76 ferrets. So we applied and were approved for four females. They are a handful, yet very special. We have now grown to a Texas six-pack (7 ferrets) and I love each and every one from the bottom of my heart. I cannot make it through a day without witnessing a ferret’s erratic display of uninhibited exuberance!
We will discuss whether or not safety gear can make a tangible difference in your riding safety .
How does ECE, DOT, SHARP and Snell enter into your decision making on helmets?
Leather or synthetics, pros and cons ?
What you need to know on boot and glove features.
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