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  • 00:43

    "Language in the Workplace"

    in Training

    "Language in the Workplace"


    with


    Robert Kaplan, Martin Marshall Professor of Management Practices at Harvard Business School


    Micheal Barger, Learning & Development Director at Bimbo Bakeries USA


    Sheerin Vesin, Rosetta Stone Enterprise and Education Division

  • 01:11

    The Foreign Language Of EMS | Treating From The Sidelines

    in Education

    EMS has a language of it's own. Have you ever tried talking to someone outside of EMS about a call you had, the way you do things at work or even explaining how a protocol works? They usually get confused, don't understand or it's just too much and they don't care.


    They may even think you are cold or uncaring based on a story you may tell or frustration you described from a call.


    This week we talk about this language and why we do it, how it helps us cope and if we should even bring outsiders into our little inside stories.


    We also plan on talking about how easy it is to treat from the sidelines and specifcally a recent EMS/Police issue from NYC that was video taped and is being judged from the sidelines of FaceBook and other social media outlets.


    Join Jim, Josh and Dave as they discuss the above and welcome any guest callers and chat room participants live.

  • 00:30

    JC2701 Radio (S.2, ep.04): Jamaican Theatre

    in Education

    Group 4 will be discussing: 


     


    1. The early beginnings of the theatre movement in Jamaica and what it represented


    2. The deliberate attempt to exclude certain classes of persons both from the stage and from the audience of theatres and how this eventually got rectified


    3. The proliferation of Jamaican theatre houses and films and the kinds of local criticisms and controversies about Jamaican theatre in the late 20th century and beyond

  • 00:30

    JC2701 Radio (S.02, ep.02): Resistance to Oppression

    in Education

    Group members will discuss:


     



    The role that resistance to slavery played in pre-emancipation Jamaica

    What was so revolutionary about the philosophy and opinions of Marcus Garvey? 

    What can be learned from the "livity” of Rastafari and how does it tie in with resistance to oppression? Was it expressed in the same way as the resistance of the Maroons?


     

  • 00:38

    Change Your Language Change the World

    in Health

    This week our topic is language.


    We want to set the stage today with the discussion of all types language.  We hear about the language of love.  We know about the hundreds of languages spoken in all parts of the world. Why is language so important to healing our bodies?  


    Lets chat

  • 00:52

    #268 Tips for Teaching Pronouns to Toddlers with Language Delays/Disorders

    in Parents

    Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP as she answers questions from this mom about her daughter's difficulty learning to use the pronouns "I" and "me" to refer to herself when she's talking. We'll discuss how pronoun usage develops in toddlers and why pronouns are so hard for kids with language delays/disorders to master. I"ll also provide some general advice and tips for teaching pronouns in every day routines as well as several successful therapy activities I've used to help parents work on pronouns at home. 

  • 00:42

    NEW 7 HOUR AUDIO SERIES = HEBREW THE LANGUAGE OF THE UNIVERSE / GOD

    in Religion

    New 7 Hour Audio Series Starts this Saturday, August 15th @ 12noonCST/1pmEST. 


    "Sticks and stones," the nursery rhyme says, "may break my bones, but words will never hurt me." The intent of this pithy statement is probably to help children solve disputes with words rather than physical violence. Its message does, however, raise serious doubts. Words can and do hurt us. Words can trivialize, words can insult, words can stereotype. Words can, even when we do not intend them to do so, convey dangerous messages. A pertinent Jewish example is the use of the phrase "Old Testament" in reference to the Hebrew Bible. When we use that phrase, we (perhaps unwittingly) support the view that our Torah and other sacred texts are at best incomplete, having been superseded by a "New Testament."


    Cost is $100 paybable at www.masterteacher33.com click on the donation link. 


    THIS SERIES COMES WITH A DOUBLE MONEY BACK GUARANTEE 


     

  • 00:26

    JC2701 Radio (S.2, ep.03): Jamaican Music

    in Education

    The presenters will discuss: 


    1. The early beginnings of the theatre movement in Jamaica and what it represented


    2. The deliberate attempt to exclude certain classes of persons both from the stage and from the audience of theatres and how this eventually got rectified


    3. The proliferation of Jamaican theatre houses and films and the kinds of local criticisms and controversies about Jamaican theatre in the late 20th century and beyond

  • 01:34

    Conversations with Goddess M..What is your language of love?

    in Education

    Connect with the Goddess energy and activate the power of  creator within you.  Dialogue and express yourself in the space where truth, love and freedom embrace and empower you. Reveal how to live in the light in your relationships.  Let's talk love and relationships this week.  


    Topic of discussion: What is your love language? Discover your love language and how to use it to improve your communication and overall relationship experience.  To find out your primary love language visit 5lovelanguages.com and take the love language assessment.  Come and chat with Goddess M, Life/ Relationship Coach...about your love language and get authentic counsel and ask questions about love and relationship. To dialogue call 424-222-5250 press 1.  Contact Malane Shani aka Goddess M. at chatwithagoddess@gmail.com for more information and to schedule private consultations or intuitive sessions.


     

  • Let's Think About This: Language, Words, and Meaning!

    in Politics

    We're talking about words, language, meanings, and the manipulation of words.


    Why words matter; What do they mean; Why we must talk about this!


    Join me, today!


     

  • 01:06

    Episode 283: The Foreign and Defense Policy Terrain for the '16 Election

    in Military

    As the world has set its own course as we have been planning other things, some believe that the 2016 election will be more focused on foreign policy and defense issues that any of the candidates thought would be the case at the end of last year.


    What will be the above-the-fold topics? The baseline was set by the '16 budget battle last year and the winding down and a post-mortum on the sequestration gambit of the last couple of years.


    As proxies in the emerging discussion, to join the old bulls on the Hill, are there emerging new leaders on defense issues elected in the '14 cycle?


    Where do declared or expected candidates for President for both parties  stand on policy and present operations?


    To discuss this and more in the foreign policy and defense arena will be returning guest, Mackenzie Eaglen,


    Mackenzie is a resident fellow in the Marilyn Ware Center for Security Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, where she works on defense strategy, defense budgets, and military readiness.
    She  has worked on defense issues in the House of Representatives and Senate and at the Pentagon in the Office of the Secretary of Defense and on the Joint Staff. In 2014, Eaglen served as a staff member of the congressionally mandated National Defense Panel, a bipartisan, blue-ribbon commission established to assess US defense interests and strategic objectives. This followed Eaglen’s previous work as a staff member for the 2010 congressionally mandated bipartisan Quadrennial Defense Review Independent Panel, also established to assess the Pentagon’s major defense strategy. A prolific writer on defense-related issues, she has also testified before Congress.


    She has an M.A. from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and a B.A. from Mercer University.