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This radio show is a deeper look at the issue of narcissism in our world – the reasons why it is in epidemic proportions and what we have been trying to do to eliminate it, and why that hasn’t worked.
This follow-on conversations from last week’s topic about Epigenetics, explores our new science and spirituality model which creates the power to create true change for ourselves personally, and to our world.
In this radio show you will learn about how people’s emotional state really gets set up. You will also understand more regarding the new level of awareness and consciousness that is required to emancipate people from unconsciousness and emotional pain, as well as prevent the formation of emotional wounds that create unwholesome and unconscious behaviour in the first place.
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Join us as we wrap up this term's subject, Physical Dimensions of Free-Choice Learning. Joining us will be guest Dr. Laura Good, of the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions, who worked for several years in YMCA camps. She'll share her experiences there and how the physical setting affected learning opportunities. She will also talk about where her free-choice learning work has taken her in terms of her current position.
Welcome all to this special Saturday episode of All About Town on the Altair 4 1 Radio Network. This special show will feature special guest Mario Esposito. Mr. Esposito will be on the show to talk about something that is near and dear to his heart. That is naming a Staten Island Ferry in honor of his late father. He will be talking about the pain staking measures that he is taking to make this dream a reality. He will also be talking about the American Parkinson's Disease Association which has its National Headquarters in Staten Island and what they are doing to help people that are battling Parkinson's Disease. Call (347) 826-7693 to speak to Mario and pose any questions that you have for him. Questions will also be allowed in the chat room.
What do you do when you're born to legendary comedian Richard Pryor and white Jewish go-go dancer Shelley Bonus in Los Angeles, California, spending your formative years navigating what it's like to be Black and Jewish? You write a show about it! Rain Pryor joins host Robin Milling for a backstage chat about her one-woman show, Fried Chicken & Latkes, now playing at the National Black Theater in Harlem, New York.
On stage Rain tells poignant tales of her childhood, growing up in Beverly Hills in the heyday of the 60s and 70s, expertly weaving in the voices of her mother, her Bubby, her father's grandmother, and her dad. There was the time when she was five and someone called her the 'N' word, and all through her teenage years valley girls bullied her just because she looked different. She tells Robin, 'Growing up in Beverly Hills there weren't kids like me. I think I just wanted to feel normal. It wasn't like I wanted to be white. I didn't want to be black. I just wanted to be OK to be me and it wasn't. I was bullied when kids would chase me down the street throwing rocks at me; that's bullying. It felt like I was running for my life through Beverly Hills! And I literally hid in bushes.'
And then there are the stories of her famous father who had Miles Davis play her a lullaby to send her to dreamland, and when she first realized his comic genius. Father and daughter relationships can be tricky after divorce, but Rain also had to deal with sometimes coming second to her dad's fame and career. She tells Robin how his presence is still strongly felt even 10 years after his death, and dedicates the show to his memory.
This episode is all about learning with my guest Dave Wentworth. David is a Senior Learning Analyst at Brandon Hall Group. He has worked in the human capital field since 2005 and joined Brandon Hall in 2012. His focus has always been on emerging technologies, with a current concentration on social and mobile learning.
Dave is my resident expert on all things learning and he joins me on this episode to discuss a number of studies related to Learning Management Systems Trends and Training Benchmarking.
Does Learning Stop After You Leave School? - What about Lifelong Learning?
Occasionally we may hear a few students who say "I can't wait to get out of school" Unfortunately, often times students are not able to realize how important it is to continue learning. Schooling is just one form of learning. As parents, teachers and other concerned adults, we can assist especially our young people in developing the mindset to be "lifelong learners".
Join Adult Host, Juanita Richburg Seon on Young Media Critics on Blogtalkradio.com, Thursday, June 25, 2015, 11 a.m.(PST) 2 p.m. (EST) and get some answers and suggestions about LifeLong Learning and ways to encourage people of all ages to continue to learn.
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It's Inkmaster Season and we're starting it off right on The Podcast About Nothing! Mark and Brad will be joined by special guests Erik Siuda (Season 5 Finalist), Kyle Dunbar (Season 3 & 4 (voted back by the fans) and the reigning Inkmaster: Jason Clay Dunn! They'll preview Inkmaster Season 6: Master vs Apprentice, and provide some insider views of what it's like to perform on the big stage.
We're also reading questions on the air. Send them to Panpodcast@gmail.com or Tweet htem to @PanPodcast or @BradLaFratte
We'll try to take callers if time permits. Dial : 215-383-3765 when we give the word!
HOW AN ARIZONA DISTRICT IS TRANSFORMING CULTURE AND LEARNING DAILY FOR THEIR STUDENTS
Learning Bird presents Dr. Javier Baca, CIO at Sunnyside Unified School District in Arizona , managing 10,000 computing devices and a staff of 35 in IT.
Education expert Bobbi DePorter - Co-founder of SuperCamp & President of Quantum Learning Network (QLN), along with co-author Barbara K. Given Ph.D., discuss their new book 'Excellence in Teaching & Learning: The Quantum Learning System’. This book demonstrates how the integration of the Brain’s Natural Learning Systems with the Quantum Learning System creates an impact that transforms the way teachers teach and students learn. This comprehensive approach empowers teachers to achieve the desired goal that students leave high school prepared for success in college and career with strong character and citizenship traits.
Mark Reardon - QLN's Chief Learning Officer, and Jeff Miller - QLN's Education Manager, also join conversation to discuss the 8 Keys of Excellence Character Education Program that guides young people toward a positive future full of confidence, motivation, creativity, team work, leadership and valuable life principles.
This interview originally aired on June 12, 2015, as part of Big Blend Radio's Quality oif Life show that broadcasted live from the Quantum Learning Network Conference Center in Oceanside, California.
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This show? How does your nose increase your ability to be awake and aware – on many levels? Listen to how our sense of smell may be one of our strongest teachers.
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Module 3: Emotions and the senses. We'll be talking with current OSU FCL PhD candidate Jenny de la Hoz about her experiences with environmental education at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, among others. de la Hoz works with bilingual programs and diverse audiences in particular and will bring that perspective to the discussion.
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