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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.
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!
On this episode of the ::ANSWERS:: show, we are going to try to figure out the "why?" to teachers having sex with students.
Beginning with the infamous Mary Kay Letourneay case in 1995, we have all been fascinated with teachers, namely females, who cross the line and have sexual relationships with their students. It is truly mind-boggling. One of the many questions that typically go unANSWERed is, "Why do teachers sleep with students?"
According to an AP study, between 2001 and 2005, 2,570 educators had their teaching credentials revoked, denied, surrendered or sanctioned following allegations of sexual misconduct. The interesting fact about this is while only ten percent of those teachers were women; female teachers who have slept with their students receive the lion's share of media attention. Why is that?
We decided to see if we can ANSWER once and for all, why we see this growing trend within our education system.
Thank you for tuning in.
Service learning and civic engagement is an integral part of a Bryant University education. Bryant's mission is to develop its students into well-rounded, socially conscious leaders who will use their experiences and understanding to create a culture of community involvement and corporate responsibility at any future workplace and community.
Bryant University students Julia Leffray, Gabriela Martin, Tara Walker, Aneesh Mysore, Terrill Toe and Scout Benson are required to take a course called Management 200 as part of their curriculum of studies. In this course, students are members of a team that partners with local nonprofit agencies and applies management skills to semester-long projects that include fundraising, operations management, event planning, and program development.
Enter Paul Roselli, past Voice of Leadership guest; filmmaker and executive producer of These Three Words, a film about hope, love, and life; a film about 5 individuals with brain cancer.
Julia, Gabriela, Tara, Aneesh, Terrill and Scout were drawn to Paul's passion about this subject and applied to partner with him as their project. Paul chose them, hands down out of three separate groups that applied to work with him.
Our story is about how changing the perception about brain cancer has become a legacy program for these students; one that they hope will sustain itself even after they've graduated.
Brighter Skies is the name of their project.
SHOW SITE: http://www.courtneyanderson.com/swca-episode-195-educatorsrsquo-eden-series-teaching-gifted-students.html
SHOW NOTES: This episode is, “Teaching Gifted Students!”
In this show we discuss A Stone* of Solutions™ including:1) Full disclosure, I was in gifted (or gifted and talented) programs from elementary school, through middle school, high school and in college (undergraduate study).
Welcome to Beauty Chat radio.
9:15 PM EST ,Guest this evening Khadijah Davies Muhammad from #Hollywoodteam
Questions of the evening
Do you think its fair you have to pay 1000's of dollars in addition to these schools for a refresher course?
Do you think the test is too hard?
Should there be a requirement for GED ?
What steps do you take after you fail the test???
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The Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) Program is the largest school based father engagement program in the nation with over 4000 schools participating.
David Grubbs is the principal of Grandview Elementary School in Windsor, Colorado. Grandview was the 6th school of 144 Colorado schools running the Watch D.O.G.S. program. The program is continuing to thrive and fathers have made a significant impact at Grandview Elementary. The dads are now actually part of the school's emergency action plan.
Each week, WatchDOGS Radio host Keith Schumacher and co-host Chris Danenhauer discuss how this program is impacting families and schools across our nation and in four foreign countries.
Please join our audience and call in with your questions and comments.
Leveraging the Computer Lab to Prepare Students for Online Assessments. How important is this these days??? Zion IL, Elementary District 6 Director of Instructional Technology, Tony DeMonte. Thank you Learning.Com for finding Tony for me.
This re-broadcast is in memory of all the victims of senseless violence and suicide in the United States and other countries. Our sympathies are extended to the families of Robin Williams and millions more. This episode of the Student2Teacher radio discusses ways adult students and Student Veterans cope with senseless violence. Our Special Guest is Melinda Vail, Intuitive Therapist, Hypnotherapist, Medium, Author, and Lecturer. She will join Dr. Applewhite, students, teachers, Veterans, and other guests as we explore how students and employees diagnosed with mental disabilities are impacted by the stigmas associated with those diagnosed and “undiagnosed” with Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, and more. Veterans join our VET2VET™ segment for news updates and commentary at the end of the show. Would you please send your donation of at least $10 or more to continue our radio broadcasts, and help our 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 Student2Teacher ™ radio show any day of the week.
This show is focused on the discrimination found with student loan debt, financial aid, and the lack of accommodations promised at admission. Several students, Veterans, teachers, and supporters of White Apple Institute lead the discussion about how they have been denied completion of their educational goals because of discrimination related to their disability. Most deficits seen in learning disabled adult students are identified in math, reading, and writing classes and require re-testing. Many who do not test with appropriate accommodations either drop-out or are forced out, leaving them underemployed and burdened with student loan debt. Listen to the episodes of the Student2teacher show any day of the week by visiting http:// blogtalkradio.com/student2teacher . To learn more about how you can support our students and veterans with disabilities with succeeding in the workforce visit http://www.whiteappleinstitute.org