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"Raising Peaceful Children" is a topic I'm very passionate. It has been a central theme in my parenting and teaching for over four decades! Over the next few weeks, I'll be sharing with you, various practices which are supportive to "Raising Peaceful Children".
If you are important in the life of a child, I invite you to tune in. If inspired, call in and share an insight or a precious moment you shared with a child.
PRACTICE 14: Listening to Infants & Young Children: Did you realize that you can actually have a conversation with an infant! Yes, an infant can be communicated with in any moment. Tune in to learn the "language" of the infant and young child. F*R*E*E* eBook to anyone reading this and contacting me. Enjoy!
Our children, the Internet, and Adults: How young is too young?
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Representing empowerment to all that are listening; Offering & accepting ideals that are inspirational, business oriented, talents, creativity & anything that can contribute to living an ultimate life. Straight, no holds barred, real talk.
The panel discusses daily interactions, tasks, relationships, etc. Trying to touch each and every heart, mind, and soul that allows it. To give as well as receive.
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Karen Romano Young was frequently wet during her early years. Despite not actually having webbed feet, she spent much of her nonschool time up to her knees in the Atlantic, Long Island Sound, or the Mill River in her hometown of Fairfield, Connecticut. Although Karen had little formal science education before high school, she learned on her feet, and has continued to do so through a career that includes scientific research expeditions, writing, and illustrating.
Karen has dived to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean in a tiny submarine, crunched through Arctic ice in an icebreaker, and visited labs, museum workshops, and research institutions across the U.S. in order to write and draw about science -- especially ocean science. She is the author of nearly 30 books for children, has illustrated several of these, and is the creator of Humanimal Doodles, a science comic for kids. Her fiction work includes the award-winning novel The Beetle and Me and the celebrated graphic novel Doodlebug.
Karen’s recent work includes Humanimal Doodle-style picture books for Harper Big Cat, such as Watching Whales, and Stuck in the Middle (Of Middle School), a sequel to Doodlebug. Right now she’s working on the photo shoot of a new National Geographic.
The Young Media Critics…voices of the future made a few changes in the program. They will kick off the 2014-2015 season talking about media, literacy, digital messages and more with the Young Media Co-hosts.
Our show is based on “The Inquiry Process/ Free your Mind/Express Your View”-components of media literacy and media education as defined by The Center on Media Literacy (www.medialit.org ). It is not a show to bash the media.
The Young Media Critics Co -Host will share with the listeners how their lives are influenced by the media messages that surround them every day.
Join the Young Media Critics on Tuesday, July 1, 2014, 5 p.m. EST, as they talk with Frank W. Baker, media literacy education consultant and author about the importance of medial literacy education to children, parents and other concerned adults who work with young people.
Frank W. Baker is a media literacy education consultant and the author of three books, including Media Literacy In the K-12 Classroom (ISTE, 2012). He contributed two chapters to Mastering Media Literacy (Solution Tree, 2014). In November 2013, Frank was a co-recipient of the National Telemedia Council‘s annual Jessie McCanse Award given for individual contributions to the field of media literacy over at least 10 years. Follow him on Twitter @fbaker.
Maggie Jackson, an award-winning author and former Boston Globe columnist is joining Young Media Critics on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at 5 p.m.
Ms. Jackson is known for her penetrating coverage of social issues, especially technology’s impact on humanity. Her essays and articles also have appeared in The New York Times, Business Week, Utne, and on National Public Radio.
Her acclaimed book, Distracted: The Erosion of Attention and the Coming Dark Age, jumpstarted our global conversation on the steep costs of fragmenting our attention. With a foreword by Bill McKibben, the book reveals the astonishing scientific discoveries that can help us rekindle our powers of focus in a world of overload. The book is a “richly detailed and passionately argued … account of the travails facing an ADD society” (Publishers Weekly) and “concentrates the mind on a real problem of modern life” (Wall Street Journal).
We invite you - Tuesday, July 15, 2014, 5 p.m. Call in on 347-633-9114 and join the show.
YOUNG CHILDREN COMPOSING MEANING IN STORY STUDIO
Towson University professors Prisca Martens and Ray Martens are our guests
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in The Bible
" WHOSOEVER SHALL RECEIVE ONE SUCH LITTLE CHILD IN MY NAME RECEIVETH ME."
"FATHER YOU MADE US ALL IN YOUR IMAGE, FOR WE WERE ONCE CHILDREN ALSO. HELP US TO CONVEY YOUR LOVE AND WISDOM TO THEM, WITH OUR HANDS, OUR HELP, AND OUR HEARTS. IN JESUS NAME AMEN.
This is a very serious issue, and we want to put this out there once again for those of you that may have missed it the first time. Join Random this as we take on the issue of "Children of War" . Doing the research for this show has been emotional. Children are forced to be soldiers and often have been forced to kill their own families. There are 50 nations that support child soldiers!! There are over 200,000 child soldiers existing in Africa today. Bring your poetry, your comments and thoughts and join us.
The Impact of Divorce on Young Children and Adolescents. African-Americansare more likely to get divorce and less likely to get married according to research.
Join me as we discuss this very important this very important topicthats hunting the black community.
Children are exposed to media from day one. Even infants have a screen as their first baby sitter. How can we help young children in the media age to not have their autonomy, competence, problem solving capacity and overall cognitive and emotional well being compromised by being in front of screens? How can we as a society have productive dialogue about how violence in the media is a major force we must contend with in order to have healthy children?
Diane E. Levin, Ph.D. is Professor of Education at Wheelock College in Boston, Massachusetts where she has been training early childhood professionals for over twenty-five years. She teaches courses on play, violence prevention, action research and a summer institute on “Media Madness”.
Levin’s has a B.S. in Child Development from Cornell University, an M.S.Ed. in Special Education from Wheelock College, and an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Sociology of Education and Child Development from Tufts University. Levin’s newest book is Beyond Remote-Controlled Childhood: Teaching Young Children in the Media Age, released by the National Association for the Education of Young Children in 2013.
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