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  • 00:30

    Kindergarten Redshirting

    in Education

    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.

  • 01:01

    Kindergarten Anatomy

    in Entertainment

    Don and Alison discuss a bizarre voicemail message, misogyny and homophobia in rap music, inappropriate art projects in kindergarten, and much more.

  • 00:41

    #05: Interview With Brittany from Mrs. Banister's Kindergarten

    in Education

    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! 


    As always, Sheila Jane Teaching podcasts are here to help you teach happy, live happy, and be happy!  Become the teacher you strive to be and let this podcast help you teach happy now!


    If you enjoyed this podcast make sure to follow and share the interview with your teacher friends.  


    Find more SheilaJane Teaching: 


    YouTube: youtube.com/teachingmagic 


    Instagram: @sheilajaneteaching                              


    Twitter: http://twitter.com/sheilajteaching


    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sheilajaneteaching 

  • 00:16

    The Melodies Heart Centered Stories for Kids with Heart – Kindergarten Blues

    in Family

    Need a few moments of quiet time for the kids? Something soothing to help them calmly wake up or calmly head towards naptime or bedtime? Come with us and listen in as we tell tales of heart, adventure, fun exploration with characters to love! 


    Original stories made up on the spot through the imagination of Miss Jeannine with the occasional talented storytellers and songwriters guests that kids love based on The Melodies Life Readiness Lessons for Preschoolers! Perfect for naptime or bedtime, these social and emotional heart felt stories are available live each Saturday morning or archived on demand listening for your child ages 2-8. Coloring pages for the shows are available for download on the Heart Centered Stories website. Come join in the fun and open your heart to Heart Centered Stories today!


    This week’s story idea is: Kindergarten Blues


    Inspired by The Melodie A Love Song with The Melodies lesson: Choose Love Instead

  • 00:26

    Life Lessons Prepares Kids for Kindergarten

    in Family

    Get your children ready for kindergarten with Life Lessons. We remember the best of What I learned in Kindergarten.
    Learn valuable lessons about how to manage the milestone first day of class for your precious ones.
     
    This show is brought to you by Gracefully Yours Greeting Cards and journals. Go to www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for special discounts. 

  • 00:31

    Cultivating Christian Character in Our Children

    in Religion

     

     

    Greetings!  Join me, Doctor Dayciaa Smith, for an inspiring episode of Divine Experience on Sunday, August 2, 2015 @ 5:30 pm CST.  I'll give personal updates, talk about P.O.I.s for the week and mention the best places to get back-to-school bargains, as well as the pros/cons of different types of educational settings for your child.  Our focal topic for today is, "Cultivating Christian Character in Our Children," and we will examine the divine values and moral principles with which we need to equip our children as they embark on their school journey, from kindergarten to collegiate matriculation.  Tune in for this fabulous show!

  • 00:29

    Double feature Jan Arnow debuts In the Line of Fire: Raising Kids

    in Lifestyle

    Joining us at 8:50 is Claudia Lombana. Going back to school used to be a simple matter of choosing pens, pencils and a lunchbox. Now, getting your kids ready for school is a multiple choice quiz for deciding the best technology, fashions and trends to help make a student successful. From kindergarten to college, shopping expert Claudia Lombana is here to explain the hottest new trends and money-saving ideas for the new school year.


     


    LOMBANA WILL REVEAL WHAT'S NEW FOR SCHOOL:



    CREATIVE PREDICTIONS-Latest data and HOT new trends from #1 consumer expert
    GET ORGANIZED FOR LESS-Simple ways to avoid stress that will have you hooked
    FASHIONISTA FOR LESS -New looks and trends for back to school


    Lombana regularly shares her insight and expertise with national television audiences and is the national shopping specialist for PayPal. Her tips and advice regularly appear in national publications, including The New York Times, USA Today and many others. The two-time Emmy Award-winning journalist and Peabody Award winner provides advice on topics ranging from shopping trends to fraud protection.  As a journalist, she has traveled the world covering news stories for CNN, CBS, FOX, Tech TV and E! News.

  • 02:01

    'Kingdom Perspectives in Our Changing World'

    in Spirituality

    The LGBTQ Agenda & How It Affects Children  


    with Host Pearl Corbin and her guests, Viviana Hernandez & Myrna Calderon


    Tonight will be the second installment of what is now a three-part series.  This show will focus on how the LGBTQ agenda is very targeted on influencing and recruiting children, as young as kindergarten, in the LGBTQ way. Listeners to this broadcast will be informed on the rigorous and, sad to say, very effective way this blasphemous agenda has pushed its way right into the classroom and seeks to indoctrinate our boys and girls to experiment and question their God given gender.  Anyone who cares about their children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, or just children in general should listen to this special broadcast. The host, along with her two guests will also discuss positive ways you and I can resist this evil directed at our children, training and equipping them to stand their ground in the midst of this crooked and perverse environment.   Lord willing, on August 14th @ 7 PM, we would like to conclude this special series on Evang. Montell Fields' Reaching Out Radio with the LGBTQ agenda & How It Affects the Church


     


    Helpful Resources: 


    http://www.massresistance.org/docs/marriage/effects_of_ssm_2012/index.html  


     


     


     


     


     

  • 03:01

    RR/KITM/NEWS/L. WOOD MULLINS WELLNESS/FAZE-O (KEITH HARRISON)/SOUL OF SACRAMENTO

    in Radio

                 The day starts off with Eric Harris and Mark, his brother on a show called, Renaissance Rappin’.  A couple of education driven Black Americans that talk (that’s where the rappin’ comes in) about today’s drama and critical situations.  The employment crisis for Blacks, political representation, celebrity talk, and questions and answers that plague our country.  This ain’t kindergarten or high school, this is mind elevation and the raising of the plateau on mountains of stress relation issues that have potential correction abilities.  Join them 347-205-9366 –


    THEN IT IS KINGS IN THE MORNING


         You know these guys – you either love them, or hate them, or you’re in the middle, you haven’t figured it out yet, but you keep coming because one of their main ingredients is L A U G H I N G.  KINGS IN THE MORNING confronts racism, prejudice, KITM talk crazy and zany, and they’ve got a platform of information that will truly enlighten you.  The only MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY show that comes on daily.  8am every morning, 5 days a week.  347-205-9366. Get on the line, and get connected! 

  • 00:44

    "White Rose" Sophia Scholl

    in History

    Sophia Scholl was born on May 9, 1921, the daughter of Robert Scholl, the mayor of Forchtenberg. Her full name was Sophia Magdalena Scholl. The family lived in Ludwigsburg, Germany from the summer of 1930 till spring of 1932, after which they moved to Ulm and finally to Munich where Sophie attended a secondary school for girls.


    At the age of twelve, she was required to join the Bund Deutscher Mädel (League of German Girls) as most young women at the time, but her initial enthusiasm gradually gave way to strong criticism. She was aware of the dissenting political views of her father, of friends, and also of some of her teachers. Political attitude had become an essential criterion in her choice of friends. The arrest of her brothers and friends in 1937 for participating in the German Youth Movement left a strong impression on her.


    After leaving school in 1940 Sophie became a kindergarten teacher at the Frobel Institute in Ulm-Soflingen. She had chosen this kindergarten job hoping that it would be recognized as an alternate service to 'Reichsarbeitsdienst' (National Labour Service), a prerequisite to be admitted to the University. However this was mistake as policy dictated that she had to serve six months of auxiliary war service as a nursery teacher in Blumberg. The military-like regimen of the Labour Service which caused her to change her views of National Socialism and eventually practice passive resistance.


    In the summer of 1942, the friends began to question and resist the principals and policies of the Nazi regime. The group decided to adopt the strategy of passive resistance that was being used by students fighting against racial discrimination in the United States. This included publishing leaflets calling for the restoration of democracy and social justice. These were distributed throughout central Germany and the Gestapo soon became aware of the group's activities.

  • 01:01

    Spartan Life Radio: Cybersecurity Connection

    in Education

    Identity theft, breaches of the White House's computer network, a breach in the SONY Entertainment network, etc. have recently been in the news. Ever wonder about the individuals that protect your information . . . your identities from being stolen? How does one even know when their computer network has been breached? Well, on this episode of Spartan Life Radio, your host Michael Cotter will interview Dr. Aurelia Williams, chair of the NSU computer science department, and ask her about these recent cyber attacks and NSU's role in training cybersecurity professionals.


    Norfolk State University is leading a $25-million effort to educate, train and develop the nation’s next generation of cybersecurity professionals. The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration awarded the grant to the University as part of its efforts to expand and diversify the cybersecurity workforce. The grant aims to foster partnerships between HBCUs, federal laboratories, and students interested in science, technology, engineering and math as early as kindergarten. Norfolk State is the lead institution for the grant that includes a 13-member consortium of the nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Department of Energy National Laboratories, and a public school district.


    Join us Thursday, June 25 at 1 p.m. for this episode of Spartan Life Radio. Can't listen live? Download or listen on-demand at www.blogtalkradio.com/spartanlife. We want to hear from you so give us a call at 1-347-850-8515 to join the discussion.