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Join Jennifer M Hatfield MHS,ccc/slp when she shares 5 tips that students can begin using immediately to reduce their stress. Students have some of the highest stress levels of all but often don't have the tools yet to manage that stress. Jennifer's tips are solid, easy to use and guaranteed to help not only with regard to school stress but life stressors as well.
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Due to technical difficulties, this show was not completed and will be rebroadcast on Tuesday, May 5, 2015. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Winners of the Pay It Forward Award: Today we get to witness an award presentation to Ms. Edwards and Ms Leteshia Fahie-Breedy the teachers of students who won in the Pay It Forward essay contest.
Mission Statement: “At Leonard Dober Elementary School, we believe that learning is on-going and inter-related. We believe that all children can learn. It is our responsibility to find their learning styles, identify their strengths and weaknesses, and meet their needs. We are committed to preparing our students for a changing world; therefore, we will prepare them to think critically and solve problems. In order to do this, a partnership will be fostered between home, school, and community.”
About Leonard Dober Elementary School: “As well as offering a high quality of teaching and extra-curricular activities to our students, we also have a commitment to ensure that our students receive the best guidance and support to insure they feel happy and safe here and are therefore able to thrive and achieve academically.”
Student of the Month Awards: The selected winners of the Dober Award have displayed model student behavior. They have all maintained good grades and are always on their best behavior.
Key persons: Ms LaVerne Lake Davis, founder of the local chapter of the Pay It Forward organization; Juelis Hodge,
local Pay It Forward liasion.
Contact Leonard Dober Elementary School at: 9 & 10 Kronprindens Gade, St. Thomas, VI 00802 | Phone: 340-774-5874 | Fax: 340-774-5253
Cases of mental illness among college students have become a growing problem in our society. As we take a look at the changes and challenges in today's colleges and universities we discover that more and more students are not seeking the assistance they need to succeed while at school and many illness therefore go untreated.
This episode we will take a look at what is affecting our student mental health and what we can do about it.
SEGMENT MUSIC BY: Bobby Winters Click for more on iTunes
SHOW SPONSORS: Credit Counselor Brooke English Roots of Health
This is the episode of the Ask Dr. Applewhite Radio Talk Show that must be shared with every Adult Learner/Student with a mental or physical disability, especially if they are Veterans! Most Americans who listen to the news are aware that there are hungry and homeless families in America. The statistics are startling for this dilemma in a country known for its “riches”! However, even more startling are the statistics for homeless Adult Students and Veterans struggling to work, attend school, manage family, and deal with disabilities (for example PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, Fibromyalgia, Blindness, MS and more). Special Guests Melinda Vail, Intuitive Therapist and Barbara Gardner, Counselor at TERROS mental health agency. Your donation of at least $5 or more will support our radio broadcasts, and allow us to continue helping Adult Learners/Students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals? Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE. Click on RADIO to listen to episodes of the Ask Dr. Applewhite Radio Talk Show anytime 24/7.
Shé:kon and Thanks for joining Native Trailblazers! The Native Show with over half a million listeners worldwide! Tonight We will be discussing this important topic: Why are Native Graduates Not Allowed to Wear Eagle Feathers in their Tassels DURING THEIR OWN GRADUATION CEREMONY?
In ICTMN, Host Vincent Schilling covered a series of stories regarding Native students this year who were told by their high school officials "NO WEARING EAGLE FEATHERS!" We'll be discussing 2015 Native graduates Hayden Griffith and Waverly 'Wave' Wilson who have been told NO. Read Wave's article here and Hayden's article here.
For over five years, the award-winning Native themed online radio show Native Trailblazers has been delivering the hottest topics in Indian Country to your desktop, mobile or other listening devices! Listen in Every Friday at 7pm EST or any time after in archives!
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Nursing students must enter healthcare facilities to meet the clinical component of nursing education. With the recent diagnosis of clients with Ebola on US soil and the CDC's changing guidelines, nursing educators are engaged in conversations on how this affects students. What are the students saying? With all the information that has been reported and debated in the media, there is no doubt that students may have concerns on how this affect them. Does anyone expect that a nursing student would be asked to care for someone diagnosed with Ebola? Do we have to re-think our approach to education on infection control? Let's have a conversation about that.
Dr. Mike Robinson, host of Parent Talk Lives discusses the value of universal access to Literacy and Digital Literacy for all public school students. His guest is Ms. Karuna Skariah a National Board Certified Teacher, Maryland State Certified Teacher with Prince George’s County Public Schools, the 17th largest school district in Maryland.
Karuna Skariah is a National Board Certified Teacher, Maryland State Certified Teacher, and a teacher leadership coach. She has been an educator for twenty years. As a Maryland State Department of Education National Board Teacher Leadership Coordinator, she mentored teachers through the National Board Certification process with much success. She has an M.A. in Writing from Johns Hopkins University, B.A. in Sociology, Anthropology, Economics and English Literature. Karuna’s Equity Initiative for the students of Prince George’s County Public Schools advocates for literacy and digital literacy for every student. She advocates for 21st century college and career preparedness by providing crucial infrastructure of reading, technology and library/media teachers in every school. Karuna has been trained in the Common Core State Standards and continues to provide professional development workshops for public and private school educators. Her expertise lies in education performance management, school needs assessment, and teacher training with a concentration on Common Core. Her workshops focus on effective educational change through teacher driven discussions, trainings, and data driven planning. She provides teachers with best practices tools on how to generate critical thinking skills. As an adjunct professor, Karuna has taught graduate courses on teacher leadership at the National University, California.
What makes a teacher prey on one of their students? And what, if any, lasting impact does it have on the child? Psychiatrist, Michelle Skeen discusses this serious issue with Joe today.
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting.
But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree!
If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
This episode must be shared with every adult student with a mental or physical disability, especially if they are Veterans! Most Americans who listen to the news are aware that there are hungry and homeless families in America. The statistics are startling for this dilemma in a country known for its “riches”! However, even more startling are the statistics for homeless Adult Students and Veterans struggling to work, attend school, manage family, and deal with disabilities (for example PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, Fibromyalgia, Blindness, MS and more). Your one-time or monthly recurring donation of $5 or more will support our radio broadcasts, and allow us to continue helping Adult Learners/Students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals? Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE. Click on RADIO to listen to archived episodes of the Ask Dr. Applewhite (formerly Student2Teacher) Radio Talk Show anytime 24/7. This is a rerun of the broadcast The Real Truth About Homeless Student Veterans on 6-7-14.Student Veterans on 6-7-14.