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This episode I will be talking with Todd Guibord, owner and founder of Top Notch Instruction. Todd will be discussing what type of weapons for your cache and how much ammo is really enough. We will also be taking calls on our studio lines. I will also get to other stories time permitting. topnotchinstruction.com
Privacy today looks very different than it did 20 years ago… and the drive toward more personalized instruction from students, parents, and educators challenges privacy even further. Is it possible to build barriers to thwart data thieves and support general anonymity while providing educators with access to assessment and more nuanced qualitative information? The ability to balancing these demands is essential if we are to realize the benefits that personalized learning can offer.
Communities are trying to address the challenge of providing the infrastructure to support quality education, while still adhering to socially acceptable policies around data security and anonymity. With instruction, it’s not simply about assessment but providing substantial feedback that allows students to become masters of their own learning. In order to be effective, educators and educational environments need to know who the learner is, balance the trade offs between complete anonymity and provide access to information that informs instruction.
Join Michael Jay and guests as they take a bite out of the hard questions like:
How is technology outside of education progressing and how can we leverage it to improve our systems?
How can we educate decision makers about the trade offs around privacy/anonymity and also set expectations with parents and the larger community?
Guests at the Table:
Tim Discipio, Founder, ePals
Jeff Patterson, Founder and CEO, Gaggle, Inc.
Francesca Venning, Learning Technology Consultant, Venning and Associates
MAKING INQUIRY BASED INSTRUCTION WORK FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
GREAT BOOKS FOUNDATION presents experts John Riley, Linda Barrett and Carolyn Lang on how encouraging inquiry works for today's standards, Common Core or otherwise. Let's enable discussion. It works
Greetings & Welcome to "Latter Day House of Refuge" Bible Study on the Air, with your Host Pastor J.L. Grimes & Hostess Lady Tee Johnson Grimes. We welcome you in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We want to thank each of you for joining us today for Bible Study on the Air.
Bible Study Topic is: "Don't Be Stupid
Bible Scriptuire is: Proverbs 12:1
Broadcast times are as follows: 7 PM EST, 6 PM CST, 5 PM MST, 4 PM PST.
To join us live on the Air, please dial into (347) 637-1509
Studio House Rules:
1. Please do not use your speaker phone feature.
2. Please be sure you are in a quiet setting when speaking live.
3. Please keep your questions & comments focused on the topic
4. Please keep your time 2 to 3 minutes to allow everyone a chance to speak.
5. Please have your Bibles ready.
When we give instructions to a student we make two very important assumptions that may or may not be true. We assume that they heard us, and that they understood us. Dealing with student behavior requires as much instruction as does the academic curriculum.
We live in an era where there is much emphasis on student test scores, but little on the quality of the instruction students receive on a daily basis. This show will discuss what high-quality instruction looks like in the classroom and will explore ways parents and educators can support high-quality instruction daily.
WEDNESDAY MORNING: On Wednesday morning (Yom Revi'i, the 4th day of the week), June 24th, 2015 (7th day of the 4th month 5776) at 10AM EST (9 AM CST), your Brother (Akhy) in YAHUAH will be talking, teaching, and testifying about obeying the Torah and what does it mean to the Natzarym (Branches) of the True Mashyakh. Please join us by calling in at (347) 884-8468 or just click on the link below and be blessed. Love you in Spirit and in Kingdom Truth! Shalum. Shalum. Halal YAHUAH!
This week Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro are: PGA Tour Pro Jim Estes and Allen Edmonds CEO Paul Grangaard. Jim Estes is not only a PGA Tour Professional but he also helps teach physically challenged wounded warriors and is co-founder of Salute Military Golf Association. Paul Grangaard has brought Allen Edmonds back from the brink of bankruptcy and restored it to being a thriving company, including partnering with Jack Nicklaus on a new line of golf shoes. Allen Edmonds shoes are 100% made in America and are handcrafted shoes and have been so since 1922. Tune in to hear their stories and our conversations on this episode of Next on the Tee.
Join Chris Mascaro every Saturday at 10:00 AM Eastern Time as he talks with PGA & LPGA Tour legends, today's players, equipment manufacturers, top instructors, media members and all those impacting the great game of golf on Next on the Tee.
Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda will be talking about the Path of Knowledge that accompanies the practice of Kriya Yoga. Listen in and see how action, knowledge and devotion pull together. They will discuss the niyama of svadhyaya, Self-study or sacred study as an important component to unlocking the goals of Kriya Yoga. They will introduce, the Labyrinth as a tool to organize information into a comprehensive whole. Because Kriya Yoga is instruction to do "something" it is valuable to follow directions to the letter, making knowledge the ingredient that will compound abilities. The Labyrinth is a tool to organize information into a comprehensive whole. We will explore some of the essential facts required for a successful Kriya Yoga Practice. Join the Kriya Yoga Spiritual Advance to get the light in your soul; and become the best you can be.
While there may be a plethora of books on consciousness, none is quite like the new Amazon #1 bestseller, Lord Have Murphy: Waking Up in the Spiritual Marketplace. It’s a funny, sardonic commentary that’s also a brilliant entrée to a new level of consciousness unknown even to many people who have dabbled in meditation, mindfulness and even yoga.
The book’s author Fran Shaw, Ph.D., is a longtime practitioner in a spiritual discipline and an award-winning university writing instructor. Out of her fertile mind has popped Murphy, the star narrator of this journey into this new level of awareness. And Murphy has a wry comment on EVERYTHING!
Murphy demurs from being a teacher—no guru is he—yet his exploration of the nature of this deep new level of conscious awareness is a fun-filled, quip-induced, deeply funny, pathway to the higher self.
As Fran notes, “We hear a lot these days about mindfulness. ‘Weapons of mass instruction are proliferating.’ How to clear the air? To trust what’s in us and that we’re finding our way to it.”
With unrelenting humor, this book tells the tale of Murphy giving it a try, only to discover in himself an extraordinary truth: that contact with the finer energy animating us awakens us to a completely different level of being alive.
Murphy’s satirical comments make readers laugh out loud. The book appeals to both of our natures, the everyday and the higher. For Murphy, the daily ups and downs become the necessary reminders to awaken, and “we don’t have to be a certain way to wake up. Nothing about me needs to change except where the attention is.”
Are You Free to Give?
Here's a little test: If you are currently tithing, or making regular donations to a ministry, group or person, ask the Lord each time if that is the amount He wants you to give. Tell Him that unless you hear to the contrary, you will assume His answer is "Yes!" Then give Him an opportunity to speak. Remember, the goal here is not to give the "right" amount. The goal is to enjoy our relationship with the Lord, and to have the confidence that He makes Himself known.
Gives Life! Not Meeting Standards!
When the Lord started talking to me about this, how I was maintaining control over my finances by putting the "principle of tithing" above His personal instruction, He asked me to ask Him what He wanted to do every time I went into my wallet, not just about ministry-related matters, but purchases as well. I was amazed at how much He had to say!
When considering a choice or action or even belief or doctrine, here are some of the questions I ask myself:
Does it draw me closer to the Lord, or in some way drive me away from Him?
Does it encourage me to be real and honest with the Lord and with others?
Does it encourage me to rely on my own strength or ability or on the Lord's alone?
Does it encourage me to rely on my faith or understanding or on the Lord's faithfulness and trustworthiness?
Does it encourage me to be vulnerable to the Lord's dealings in my life, or does it impart the fear of consequences or of making a mistake?
Does it encourage me to come closer to others, and be vulnerable with others?
If this hurts my reputation, do I gain a closer relationship with Him?
If it is not specifically addressed in the scriptures (after personal study, reflection and meditation), does it seem to contradict or line up with their intent?