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Music and art have been cut back or cut out of our our public schools curriculums because of budget cuts and a greater emphasis on standardized testing in the academic areas of math, reading and science. Is this a mistake? Can arts education enhance learning and help students excel in academic subjects? Music educator and doctoral researcher Ron Watson discusses his research on the effects on integrating music into academic subjects.
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Have a question on what it means for parents to be involved in their children education? Join us live Tuesday at 7pm EST.
BOOSTING BRAIN POWER: 52 WAYS FOR EDUCATORS TO USE WHAT SCIENCE TELLS US
Young children and brain development....we have Gryphon House author and Co-founder of the New Directions Institute for Early Childhood Brain Development, Dr. Jill Stamm
THE UPCOMING EETC CONFERENCE : TECHNOLOGY FOR YOUNG CHILDREN
Part of NAEYC 's conference, The Early Education and Technology for Children (EETC) Conference started in 2011 with the goal of bringing researchers, policymakers, and educators together to further conversations around what works for young children and to inspire innovative change on the behalf of children everywhere. Dr. Ben Heuston, President of Waterford Institute and founding sponsor of the conference is our guest
What are the culture wars and how can we win them? Join us as noted art scholar and critic James Cooper talks about art and culture today.
James Cooper is an art scholar and noted critic. He is the Founding Director of the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center. He is the Editor of American Arts Quarterly. He is the author of several books, including The Hudson River School and the Moral Landscape. Mr. Cooper served on the President’s Committee for National Standards for Arts Education K-12. He has been a vocal critic of government funding to the arts. He was the first to challenge the obscenity, lack of quality of grants awarded by the National Endowment for the Arts. Subsequently he was appointed to serve as a juror on several juries for the National Endowment for the Arts, and met with many congressmen. Cooper believes that EXCELLENCE and BEAUTY are the criteria for public art and education, not political correctness or propaganda. He thinks that the American people have not been alerted to the CULTURE WAR that is deconstructing the core values of America. His goal is cultural renewal.
Join host Elise Marquam Jahns and Dr. Kathi Kemper - Director of the Center for Integrative Health and Wellness at Ohio State University. Dr. Kemper founded three Centers for Integrative Medicine: Boston Children’s Hospital, Wake Forest University, and the Ohio State University and has published over 160 peer-reviewed research papers and 4 books for the public;The Holistic Pediatrician; Mental Health Naturally; Addressing ADD Naturally and her most recent publication Authentic Healing. She is Past President of the Academic Pediatric Association, and she founded the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Integrative Medicine. She serves as the Editor in Chief of the international journal, Complementary Therapies in Medicine. Dr. Kemper is recognized internationally as the founder of the field of integrative pediatrics.
Learning Well is sponsored by the Integrative Health Education Center of Normandale Community College.
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Lance Loya has a passion for teaching people to be good teammates! He is the author of two books—the popular children’s book Be A Good Teammate and the newly released Building Good Teammates. Although Loya has spent most of his coaching career at the collegiate level, he has worked with players at nearly every level of basketball. His youth basketball camps are some of the nation’s largest and attended by several hundred players every summer, popular with aspiring players becasue of the emphasis on teamwork. Campers are reminded daily that good teammates care, good teammates share, and good teammates listen™.
A former point guard at Garrett Community College and the University of South Carolina-Upstate, Loya garnered a reputation for being a “coach” on the court and true student of the game. As a player, he earned Academic All-American honors, and went on to earn a Masters degree in sports management. He is presently the all-time most winning basketball coach in Mount Aloysius College history. Though innovative in his coaching techniques, Loya's philosophies are still deeply grounded in a strict adherence to fundamentals, discipline, and good sportsmanship, which he instills in players. Loya is two-time recipient of the Schoenfeld Award for sportsmanship, character, and ethics, presented by the Collegiate Basketball Officials Association (CBOA). His players have also been recognized for espousing these same values, Loya was a radio morning show disc jockey. His public speaking skills have allowed him to become a sought-after speaker at schools, banquets, and various other corporate and civic functions.
Please visit www.coachloya.com for more information
Today's show highlights the work of artists supporting youth development in Ghana. We speak with the poet Sedinam about his artistic works to uplift the next generation of creatives in Ghana.
Real Clear Israel Radio is delighted to welcome Gil Hoffman, Chief Political Analyist for the JPost & Fellow Canadian Elana Watson Tuesday May 3, 2016 at 9PM Pacific Time and 7AM Wednesday May 4, 2016 in Israel.
Gil Hoffman is the chief political correspondent and analyst for The Jerusalem Post. He has interviewed every major figure across the Israeli political spectrum, has been interviewed by top media on six continents and is a regular analyst on CNN, Al-Jazeera and other news outlets. Follow Gil on Twitter @gil_hoffman and read his articles at the Jerusalem Post.
Elana is a resident of Jerusalem, singer, recording artist, songwriter, musician, Hebrew Teacher & Renaissance woman. Elana's Facebook page Israel Tours, Arts & Culture:https://www.facebook.com/gotoisrael/?fref=ts & Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz7aFBaofJ1Pw94Vnf8U2VA
Tonight we will also welcome Merv Watson back to discuss current events and some news stories.
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Maleah Caulford is one of our hosts and brings with her much experience relating to the Healing Arts. Maleah has been using essential oils and herbs for over 20 years and uses them in her salves and tinctures. She is the founder of "A Higher Plane Of Living" which was created to assist those who have ADHD. She is a Reiki and Energy Medicine Practitioner, Doula, Herbalist, and a holistic ADHD Life Coach. She also uses Light Helix Reprinting or spiritual DNA to assist others on their path to healing.
Every Tuesday at 9;30 pm MST, Maleah will guide you through a 10-minute meditation as part of our self-improvement segment. Each mediation will focus on a different area of your life. It is the perfect way to relax and reconnect at the end of your day. If there is a particular mediation that is your favorite, you can always download the podcast and listen to it any time during your day. Be sure to "follow" us so that you can stay informed for this special segment and others as well!
To learn more about Maleah and her services, please visit: http://ahigherplaneofliving.com/
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