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What's the best way to sell to schools? It's the topic of greatest interest for everyone who wants to succeed in the K-12 education market. Many newcomers would like to find a low-cost entry, and the idea of using independent reps or resellers is popular. What have experts learned about this sales approach? What do you need to know to be successful working with K-12 channel partners? Join host Glen McCandless for a 15-minute interview with two veterans of K-12 sales, Farimah Schuerman and Mitch Weisburgh of Academic Business Advisors.
Join Garrett for tons of fun as he welcomes Jody Iorns, Executive Director of MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) for the San Francisco Bay Area. Jody will be sharing a great message and helping you talk with your teens about the benefits of staying sober! Call in with your questions or comments @ 323 657-1493. It all happens LIVE on Thursday starting 10est/7pst. LISTEN! SHARE!
Quality driving instruction provides the foundation needed for safe driving practices. Instructors ensure their students have the basic skills, knowledge and habits needed for safety on the road
In this episode, Dr. William Van Tassel, AAA's Manager of Driving Training Programs, help parents identify the best driving school for their teen.
For More Information on Teen Driver Safety visit: http://exchange.aaa.com/safety/teen-driver-safety/parents/selecting-a-driving-school-for-your-teen/
Garrett replays a BEST OF featuring Jody Iorns, Executive Director, with MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving). Jody's POPULAR segment from last week was requested by listeners to hear again - and Jody's statistics on Teenage Alcohol and Drug use will open your eyes. David Brehmer and Jeannine Chappell also share their story their loss due to a Drunk Driver in 2011. In the face of a tragic loss, they have come together to write "THIS HAS HAPPENED."
Hello and welcome to " What's Your Problem?" The show that listens to you, then talks back! Brought to you by Live Wire Radio!
It's the show that lets you get advice and give advice!!
Tonight's topic is "My teenager is driving me crazy!"
Do you have a defiant backtalking angry teenager or two?
Do you need a place to just vent about it or maybe toss around some ideas to help you manage your angry teen so that you're not constantly exhausted and at the bitter end of your extremely frayed rope?
I KNOW there's an audience for this topic!!! What parent hasn't dealt with this issue at one time or another?
Please call in to discuss your experiences and give advice to or ask for advice from our listeners about techniques that work with angry teenagers so that they are not totally taking over your household and creating chaos!!
It's time to take your life back!
My guest tonight is: Danica Trebel a Life and Family Dynamics Coach, Writer, Personal Trainer and Health Coach, as well as a Oneness Blessing Facilitator and P.E.T. course graduate.
Knowing the power and the healing that can come from a family united, it’s her passion to help empower each person discover their own worth, find their own voice and share their own greatness with everyone around them.
By doing this, we begin to eliminate self-doubts and behaviors (unmet needs), and we walk through the door toward healthy communication, fresher perspectives and greater faith. A World Transformed.
Enjoy the show, and please call in or join the chatroom!
As the school year winds down, join National Writing Project site leaders on a two-part special edition of NWP Radio as they reflect on lessons learned from a year of offering professional development in high-need schools.
This show and its partner show, SEED 3 Professional Development Program Designs, on June 6, will provide food for thought for site teams planning professional development in 2013-14.
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VividLife Radio’s Ed and Deb Shapiro welcome author Mark Wilding to discuss The 5 Dimensions of Engaged Teaching, integrating heart with mind, social and emotional learning with academics, and inner life with outer life.
Laura Weaver and Mark Wilding are the co-authors of a new collaborative book: The 5 Dimensions of Engaged Teachingand the Co-Directors of the PassageWorks Institute. This is a critical time in the field of education—in this high stakes testing era, teachers are leaving the field in record numbers and students are becoming increasingly disengaged. It is time to honor and engage the wisdom and experience of educators, and to offer practical support to teachers and schools.
Announcing long before Boston Mayor Tom Menino decided not to run again, John Connolly campaigns on the biggest, toughest issue — fixing the city's schools. Education is the majority of the massive city budget. It's huge too in keeping families (a.k.a. taxpayers and voters) happy and in town. He'll talk about his other planks too, but we'll ask how he figures to be the first person to get a high-quality school in every neighborhood.