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Join us on October 14 (2pm EST), when our guest, Dr. Damon Jones, discusses the findings of a recently published study in the American Journal of Public Health. This study funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation suggests that kindergarten students who are more inclined to exhibit “social competence” traits—such sharing, cooperating, or helping other kids—may be more likely to attain higher education and well-paying jobs.
Damon Jones, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Associate at Penn State’s Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center, serving as a program evaluator and methodologist for several family and youth behavioral interventions and prevention programs. A focus of his research has been toward understanding the public costs associated with behavior disorders, which has included authoring several publications on the potential economic value of effective efforts to improve developmental outcomes in children and youth. He has several years of experience with cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit assessments as well as overseeing several project resource evaluations. His work has also included investigations of health and mental health service needs for at risk populations, involving design of data collection streams for collecting detailed health services use information. He received his Ph.D. in Quantitative Methods from Vanderbilt University in 2002.
This promises to be an amazing discussion. Listen in and participate! October 14 - 2:00pm EST.
Kindergartners are receiving more and more homework from school and are expected to know a certain set of sight words upon entering Kindergarten. The academic requirements for reading preparation now begin in Kindergarten. No longer do kindergartners play most of the day, instead they are required to do school work. This new academic outlook is surprising to some parents. Are we helping our children to develop academically or our we creating a wider gap in academic success? Does learning to read in Kindergarten help prepare you for 1st and 2nd grade literacy or are we creating a pool of 2nd and 3rd graders who don't meet the new standards? Our guest speaker the Director of Georgia Education Consulting will be here today to discuss that with you. Stay tuned
We will be discussing the pros and cons of kindergarten redshirting, a trend in which parents choose to not enroll their children in kindergarten until they have turned six years old. We'll also explore the meaning of school readiness in an interview with preschool teacher Joan Rehak.
For a detailed resource list of everything Brittany talked about in today's episode come over to www.sprinkleteachingmagic.blogspot.com The best discussions happen here after the podcast airs!
In this podcast you'll get to know Brittany from the blog Mrs. Banister's Kindergarten Kids. Brittany is a kindergarten teacher. Brittany is passionate about technology in classrooms!
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Just so my listeners are aware, I have a physical disability called Friedreich's ataxia which is a form muscular dystrophy and it affects my speech. But I try my best to speak as clearly as I can! I do hope that any child with or without a disability can look up to me and realize that as long as you do your best, you can do whatever you want in life too.
The New Heights Educational Group, Inc. promotes literacy for children and adults by offering a range of educational support services. Such services include: assisting families in the selection of schools; organization of educational activities; and acquisition of materials.
We promote a healthy learning environment and enrichment programs for families of preschool and school-age children, including children with special needs.
Today we are thinking of our nation’s Thanksgiving holiday and Debi Dutton and Elissa Sungar, the mother-daughter co-founders of If Not You Who.org, give some tips on how to teach a child to be thankful. Children that are thankful have more positive attitudes toward school and family. They also feel more of a connection with friends, family and school. Being grateful makes people happier, improves health and reduces stress. How wonderful that Productive Play shares ways to instill the character trait of thankfulness into our little one’s lives.
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Psychic Jethro hosts Psychics Gone Wild on Sunday Evening at 8:00pm EST with Tremendous Topics from Crossing Over, Angels, Chakras, Healthy Auras, White Light and Energetic Relationships! Plus Free On-Line Psychic Readings! Check Out Psychic Jethro at www.jethrosmith.net and visit the Wild Web at www.psychicsgonewild.com !
Jethro Smith, part Native American Blackfoot Indian, Certified Psychic and Reiki Master, was born with the gift of sight and has been reading professionally for over 30 years. Jethro was intensely tested and trained by Metaphysical Masters beginning preschool and began in kindergarten foreseeing the future and communicating with loved ones who had crossed over. Jethro is renowned for swift and powerfully accurate readings. View more at http://www.jethrosmith.net/Washington-DC-Psychic.html
Bishop James Long will be joining us on THE EERIE VOICE, Thursday 11/19/15 live at 8pm ET.
We will be discussing demonic possession, his demonology course, the church, and many other interesting topics, so tune in!!
For more information on his demonology course please go to http://www.demonologyclass.com/DemonologyClass/Welcome.html
Bishop James was born in Louisville, Kentucky and was raised Roman Catholic. He attended a Roman Catholic grade school and it was during the time while he was attending kindergarten that he knew that he had a calling to serve as a priest. His mother had asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up and +James pointed at the priest and said, “I want to do what he does.”
From then on, his calling to serve as a priest grew stronger as the years progressed until he decided to join the seminary and begin his formation.
Bishop James attended St. Meinrad College but because of financial problems, the school had to close its doors. Therefore, he transferred to Loyola University in Chicago and graduated.
He continued his priestly studies by joining Saint Mary of the Lake in Mundelein, Illinois. It was during this time that James began working closely with his spiritual director and through prayer, he decided that God was calling him to serve as a priest within the Independent Catholic Church.
Because of his theological differences with the Roman Catholic Church, James felt that it was better to be ordained within the Independent Catholic Church. This decision was not an easy one and it was a decision that he made out of respect for the Roman Catholic Church and his calling.
He is currently the Archbishop for the United States Old Catholic Church and offers Spiritual and Life help for those who seek his assistance.
On Productive Play we are chatting about three great Fall books to read with your child. Debi Dutton and Elissa Sungar are the mother/daughter co-creators of If Not You, Who.org - a fabulous website to make sure your child is ready for kindergarten.
Reading with a child provides many benefits and numerous studies have shown that students who are exposed to reading BEFORE preschool are more likely to do well in all facets of formal education. Listen in to what Elissa and Debi have to say about books and children. They are also sharing some great activities these books can inspire!
We are on the air Wednesday October 21 at 10amPT/1pmET and anytime in archive on WoMRadio - the show for mompreneurs, the new business woman.
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Join Me and my special guest Terry Cato for an in-depth discussion on her book "No Longer A Bridesmaid".
I have been writing ever since I could write words and form sentences. My earliest memory of writing was when I was in kindergarten and I would write sentences in my coloring books before I colored the pictures. As a child, I also wrote poems. I began to write song and rap lyrics as a teenager. Throughout my twenties and most of my thirties, I experienced severe writer's block and did not write any type of creative literature.
?In 2008, I began writing song lyrics again; and in 2010 God gave me the vision to write about my experience and journey to become a wife as I sat in a marriage enrichment class at my church. After writing an outline of the book, it would be another year before I started work on the manuscript. The initial title was Always a Bridesmaid ~ Never a Bride because I felt like a perpetual bridesmaid during my season of preparing to be a wife. After completing the manuscript, I edited the title to more accurately decribe my total experience; and No Longer A Bridesmaid! was born. I have a heart to help women by uplifting, empowering and motivating them to become all that God has called and purposed them to be. My ministry advocates for and suppport causes that uplift and empower women and girls.
I am married to Lloyd; he is my Boaz, my "Knight In Shining Armor" and the King of the castle. We have three wonderful children.
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