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"Despite improvement in educational opportunity and outcomes, students with disabilities remain substantially less likely to participate in postsecondary education than individuals without disabilities". Join us today as we speak with Amanda L. Sullivan, PhD and Charles M. Kaprolet, co-authors 'Social-Emotional Predictors of Postsecondary Enrollment for Students with Disabilities'.
#BGEPRESENTS WITH HOST @JIGGYJAGUAR - W. Dennis Parker
Dennis is a noted Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist registered with the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners since 1991. (CHT 191-219). He is a Board Certified Hypnotherapist Examiner, Instructor, and Approved School Operator.
Dennis owns and operates “Certified Hypnotherapy Training School” in Farmington, Utah. CHTS trains students in hypnosis, self-hypnosis, hypnotherapy, and unique, proprietary, “Spiritual Mind Management” protocols, to be Certified Hypnotherapists and Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists through the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners. (A.C.H.E.) CHTS is a Postsecondary Proprietary School of Hypnotherapy in the State of Utah, registered and bonded with the Department of Commerce. A.C.H.E Hypnotherapist Certificates are recognized and accepted throughout the United States, and in over 20 countries. Hypnotherapy is a non-licensed, certifying profession.
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Life Changing Insights with host Dr. Alan Simberg with special guest W. Dennis Parker & Craig David Lounsbrough
Dennis is a noted Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist registered with the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners since 1991. (CHT 191-219). He is a Board Certified Hypnotherapist Examiner, Instructor, and Approved School Operator. Dennis owns and operates “Certified Hypnotherapy Training School” in Farmington, Utah. CHTS trains students in hypnosis, self-hypnosis, hypnotherapy, and unique, proprietary, “Spiritual Mind Management” protocols, to be Certified Hypnotherapists and Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists through the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners. (A.C.H.E.) CHTS is a Postsecondary Proprietary School of Hypnotherapy in the State of Utah, registered and bonded with the Department of Commerce. http://certifiedhypnotherapytraining.com
Craig Lounsbrough strives to bring an effective blend of experience, expertise, clarity, concern and action to the counseling process in order to maximize outcomes and provide genuine healing and wholeness to individuals, marriages and families.
Craig earned an Associate of Science Degree from Hocking Technical College, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion with an emphasis in Christian Education from Azusa Pacific University, and a Master of Divinity degree in Family Pastoral Care and Counseling from Fuller Theological Seminary. He has completed his coursework for his Doctor of Ministry degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Denver Seminary. Craig is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Colorado and is ordained by the Evangelical Church Alliance. He is a certified Professional Life Coach. http://www.craiglpc.com
Martin Yost -
Martin Yost began interpreting in 1989. Private-practice professional interpreter, interpreted on staff at postsecondary educational institutions, a large mental health agency, a community based interpreting agency and VRS company. In addition, he has presented workshops on a variety of subjects including mental health interpreting and NIC preparation. He has been involved in mentoring interpreters for most of his career and served San Diego County Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (SDCRID) as the Chair of the Mentorship Committee. Martin assisted in a collective effort to organize the first union for VRS interpreters in 2012 before he became a union officer. He is currently serving as a National Vice Chair of ASLIU (American Sign Language Interpreters United) bargaining a labor agreement with his employer.
Judith A. Kroeger, MA, RID Certified
Judith A. Kroeger has worked as an interpreter for over ten years with more than six of those years in video relay. With a Master of Arts in Deaf Education and an Associate of Arts in ASL/English Interpreting, Judith has interpreted in various settings including educational, both K-12 and college level; video remote interpreting, and general community.
Judith is currently the chair of RID’s Video Interpreter Member Section (VIMS), and also serves as vice president of SDCRID (San Diego County RID). Through each of these involements Judith has brought many interpreters together with the purpose of growing the profession locally within SDCRID, and nationally for video interpreters.
Judith got involved in organizing with CWA (Communications Workers of America) in 2009 and worked in partnership with interpreters across the country to develop a common mission statement, responses to FCC requests and most importantly petitioning for a vote for collective representation with CWA for a voice in the workplace.
My guess today is Dr Ruthalyn Anderson, D.D.,Area Vice Chancellor of Kingdom Builders Bible Seminary-Southwest Campus.
Kimgdom Builders Bible Seminary is accredited under the World Council of Postsecondary and Religious Education, Charted under State of Texas Seminaries.
Kingdom Builders Bible Seminary is a Jesus Christ The Lord-Bible centered Seminary, committed to developing knowledgeable, and skilled Christian leaders and workers for the "Kingdom of Heaven" in the vineyard of life.
Corey and Steve invite you to tune in as they tackle some of the week's big topics in life and sport. Football, health, wellness, special guests, and much more!
Marilee J. Bresciani, Ph.D. is the Founder and President of the Rushing to Yoga Foundation. The Rushing to Yoga Foundation seeks to strengthen peace and compassion within higher education by training attention, emotion, and cognitive regulation skills among undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, and administrators. Dr. Bresciani also serves as a professor of postsecondary educational leadership at San Diego State University.
Her most recent research explores the effectiveness of attention, emotion, and cognitive regulation training programs on the use of intuition and self-inquiry in evidence-based decision-making and one’s ability to think critically. Dr. Bresciani has been invited to present and publish her findings and is a leading author of six books on assessing student learning and outcomes-based assessment program review and four books on self-inquiry and authenticity exploration.
She teaches yoga and meditation on a voluntary basis and provides attention, emotion, and cognitive regulation training practices to higher education faculty, administrators, and students. Marilee’s mantra is “I teach what I need to learn.”
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With Guest Author of soon to be released book The Do It Mandate: Defeating the Delays to Destiny, Dr. Kisia L. Coleman.
How can you break through setbacks and accomplish your dreams when derailments, delays, and detours show up on your journey? This show will provide answers to this question and more as our guest will provide strategies to success despite obstacles which may come your way. We will discuss “The DO IT Mandate” and how it can help our listeners have a successful “DO IT” day each and every day!
Brief About The Guest.In 2003, Dr. Kisia received her Masters in Ministry from Midwest Christian College & Seminary. She later became a teacher in the college, where her focus was in Leadership Training. In 2011 she was conferred an Honorary Doctor of Divinity from the Institute for Christian Works Bible College and Seminary, an accredited institution, by the World Council of Postsecondary and Religious Education. She is a licensed and ordained minister of the gospel and is recognized under the authority of New Light Christian Center Church & the Association of Independent Ministries of Houston, Texas. Dr. Kisia has received numerous other awards and recognitions.
Dr. Kisia is an innovative visionary and a straight-talking communicator. She is proving her paradigm of being a Christ-like model to others through serving, which is what greatness and success are really all about. She and her husband live in a suburb of Chicago and are the proud parents of five awesomely anointed and talented children: Christian, Kennedy, Ca’Koia, Rain, and Jream (Jesus Rules Everything Around Me).
This week's guest on Neurodiversity Radio is Mary Mazzoni!
At Life After IEPs, Mary Mazzoni offers information and resources for youth and families as they plan for the future. Since 2003, she's provided transition training and consultation for adult service agencies, teachers and IEP teams. Mary is a certified special education teacher with a Master of Education in Developmental Disabilities. By collaborating with students, parents, schools, agencies, colleges, and businesses, she's developed new opportunities for kids to prepare for work and postsecondary education. She's passionate about empowering youth to build the life they desire.
For more info on Mary and Life After IEPs, visit http://lifeafterieps.com/
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BettyJean and Alison Kiss discuss: Security On Campus, Inc. (SOC)
Security On Campus, Inc. has made a dramatic and far reaching impact on college campus crime reporting, campus crime victim rights and prevention initiatives to reduce campus crime over the past twenty-one years. Today, it remains the first and only nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention of criminal violence at colleges and universities nationwide through educational, awareness, and policy initiatives.
At the core of efforts is the groundbreaking 1990 legislation originally known as the Campus Security Act. Renamed the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act in 1998, in memory of the 19 year-old student who was brutally murdered in her college dorm room, this federal law requires institutions of higher education to release campus crime statistics and security policies to their current and prospective students and employees. Prior to this, only 4 % of colleges publicized this information; today, over 6,000 institutions of postsecondary education report crime statistics annually and are held accountable by the US Dept. of Ed. for doing so. SOC’s website provides access to a comprehensive database of these crime statistics and other pertinent information. SOC has many other Major Legislative Accomplishments.
Guided by the principle that crime awareness can prevent campus victimization, SOC has continued to advocate for more stringent campus security measures and has driven several amendments; The Campus Sexual Assault Victims' bill of Rights, of 1992 and Jeanne Clery Act in August 2008 and extending “Megan’s Law” notifications.
Fifth Third Bank Presents:
Honoring Our Veterans www.53VETS.com
Fifth Third Bank is proud to honor and serve military veterans through fundraising and by participating in volunteer projects to assist and serve local veterans.
Fifth Third Bank has partnered with Folds of Honor to raise money to support the Folds of Honor scholarship program. This program provides postsecondary educational scholarships to children and spouses of military service men and women killed or disabled while serving our nation.
Starting on October 11, 2011, donations can be made at any Fifth Third Bank financial center in Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana. Fifth Third Bank will provide matching donations up to the total amount of $50,000.
On Veterans Day, November 11, 2011, the program will culminate with a Day of Appreciation, where Fifth Third Bank employees and veterans will be dispersed around the Chicago area to collect more donations. There will also be a letter-writing station where you can write to currently deployed service members and veterans. The Day of Appreciation will conclude with a press conference, held at the Great Hall in Union Station in downtown Chicago, and be topped off with the announcement of the Folds of Honor scholarship recipients. Veterans Day
11.11.11 Union Station Great Hall
251 N Clinton Street, Chicago, Illinois 60661 Thank To ALL 5/3 Staff and employees.
How do you develop an effective compensation model for a sales organization that will sell into the higher education market? There are plenty of factors and scenarios you need to consider before you put your sales plan into action. During this show, we’ll talk about an article on this topic written by Lisa Sacchetti for the just- released book, The Expert’s Guide to the Postsecondary Market. Lisa is president of The Renaissance Network, a Boston-based executive search firm that specializes in sales team expansion for education and technology
Publishing research about educational technology products and services can be an important part of your education marketing plans. It can help you more clearly articulate your product’s value proposition and can provide access to important channels for reaching buyers with a high-credibility message. During this show, we’ll be talking to Dr. Rob Foshay about his article on this topic in “The Experts' Guide to the Postsecondary Market”