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If you missed the first two shows, you will have another opportunity to see it Friday, December 5 at 7 pm at CSU Main Classroom Auditorium. Here's part of what you can expect, "Laura Cowan, A 27 yr old woman with two children is devastated by the loss of her husband,
family businesses and their home. Forced to live on the street and in shelters she is blindly lured into a life of horror in a rural Californian house run by polygamist Mansa Musa Muhummed." This is just part of the storyline for this dramatic stage play about human trafficking. Tune as Mr. Yancey is joined live in the studio by the writer, director and producer of this stage play, Joey Ruffin, as well as a few of the cast members from the play. They will be talking about the stage in more detail, as well as domestic violence from the abuser's stand point and the victim's standpoint.
Is your online marketing work not reaping the results that you are looking to achieve? Are you considering throwing in the towel, when you have already put countless hours into your efforts?
Stop! The problem may be the you are not hitting the nail on the head when it comes to defining your target market! Join host Christopher Tompkins today as he shares his tips to creating engaging Buyer Profiles which will take how you think about your target market to the next, social, level!
The Social Marketing Academy, presented by The Go! Agency, is your ongoing classroom for all of the social media topics that you want to learn more about. Host Christopher Tompkins, CEO of The Go! Agency, will be covering a wide array of topics from how to get your business step up using social media to more advanced tactics and techniques. Tune in live or on-demand to take full advantage of all of the social media marketing information provided in each show. Visit The Go! Agency online for more details: http://www.thegoagencyusa.com
GREAT GRADES : How was your child's 'A' computed'?
A grade is an evaluation indicator; it has nothing to do with how your child was assessed or the assessment. In this show, we want parents to get a better understanding of how grades can be assessed.
Do you know how your child’s grades were assessed?
Do you know what level of assessment was used – high ordered thinking or low order cognitive development?
Classroom DNA will also implement a new format, 30 minute shows followed by Phyllis Austin’s Educational Perspective.
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Before You Go Pro, is definitely excited, to bring another great college coach, onto the BYGP Locker Room Show, to talk about what it really takes to play major college football. Coach Chris Foster, has been the running backs coach, for three seasons, at the university of Appalachian State.
The Mountaineers football team, is always known to bring it on the football field, and the university stresses bringing it in the classroom as well. Tune in, to hear what coach Foster has to say about the App St. football program, recruiting, and the make-up of a great student-athlete, right here in the BYGP Locker Room!
Chasity Strawder is an Educational Advocate and Author of Broken for the Promise. She is a native of Crossett, Arkansas, but has been a resident of the Midwest for about fourteen years.
Chasity knew that there was a purpose and higher calling to her life that surpassed being a classroom teacher. After prayerful consideration, she resigned from her career as a teacher in May of 2007. The following six years have been spent in dedicating her time to her family and seeking God concerning further direction for her life.
Chasity later attained a master's degree in Educational Leadership. She pressed beyond all obstacles to purse her goals and live her dreams and encourages others never to stop dreaming.
Stacy is a Life & Relationship Coach, Speaker and Author that helps women to restore their hope, faith and confidence through reflective writing and life coaching. She is a motivational catalyst that believes in empowering women to live their best lives by stepping out by faith to fulfill their purpose.
Stacy has experienced many setbacks, trials and tragedies along her journey. She knows pain first hand and as result she has dedicated her life to helping other women to rise above adverisities. For Stacy, the challenges has helped to shape her life, gave her the strength to pursue the dreams and God molded her character to not simply settle but work towards being the best and accomplishing greatness.
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.
This week, we are so proud to have as our guest, National Teacher of the Year - Mr. Sean McComb. Mr. McComb is a 9-12th grade English teacher at Patapsco High School & Center for the Arts in Baltimore, Maryland. He is currently completing his eighth year as an educator and has been at Patapsco since beginning his teaching career.
“A strong teacher-student relationship facilitates the opportunity for deeper learning and more critical thinking,” says McComb. He firmly believes that public education is the foundation for opportunity and success for any child. In addition to his role as an English instructor, McComb helped develop, and continues to spearhead, Patapsco’s Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program which boasted a 98% college acceptance rate for its last two graduating classes.
McComb’s devotion to the teaching profession extends beyond the classroom as well. He also coaches the Patapsco Cross Country Team, supervises cultural exchange programs, and has led several university training sessions and presentations for future teachers. McComb says that he has found his purpose in teaching stating, “I have worked to engage my students and push them to achieve the excellence within them. Every child deserves nothing less, and my calling is to champion that effort.”
He holds a B.A. in English Literature and a Masters of Education in English Literature from the University of Pittsburgh. He also holds a Certificate in School Improvement Leadership from Goucher College.
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.
Active learning is hard to leave in the classroom… if compelling, learners recount and rethink what they learned long after the lesson ends. The Maker movement embraces a “hands on, minds on” approach that links the tactile nature of learning with building and knowledge. This episode of Ed Table Talk explores the structure of the maker movement and asks the pivotal question: What is the importance of providing realistic context for students to apply their knowledge and become better learners?
The Maker movement has a long history in how we teach and students learn. The movement helps to change the perception about how best to teach students and how we prepare educators to manage a rich learning environment. Anybody who used pipe cleaners and Popsicle sticks was a member of the Maker movement, so why is it that we often forego this teaching strategy as students get older?
Research shows that kids who apply what they learn create more extensive knowledge that they can then apply in a variety of contexts outside of the classroom. This especially rings true for students who tend to be more visual learners. We will discuss ways that this strategy can be applied in your offerings and how it makes students better learners in their other academic pursuits — writing, math, science, social science, and the arts.
Join host Michael Jay and guests as they discuss the popular Maker movement and its implications for preK-12 teaching and learning.
Thank You to Follett for inviting us to broadcast from their headquarters in Oakbrook, IL!
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In many cases, it seems that the problems in the schools are related to an inability to make important decisions about the future of education in America. Instead of focusing on the areas of true and immediate significant importance and value, time is being wasted by infighting and indecision. Instead of wasting time of these debates, the larger issues that have an effect on the system as a whole and outcome of educated young people should be addressed and these other side arguments should be saved until a time comes that education in America is improved.
Talk of the Town is the flagship show of Raising The Roof Media with Brent Nation bringing Patersonians the insight on everything going on in the city...
So many things are happening around the world. How does it affect our students? What are some of the distractions that flood into the classroom? What ideas do you have that you would like implemented for your students? What are some of the hindrances that keep our students from succeeding at school?
Join in with the Journey to Legacy Show as we discuss these questions and simple ideas to help your students have a successful school year.
Call in with your questions or comments 646-478-3413 and press 1 to talk.
This week in Double K’s Classroom we are going to get back to the gridiron again. Only this time it will be at the professional level. With the NFL Preseason in full swing and the start of the regular season only weeks away. Double K is going to dig into the rosters of both Bay Area teams that are the Raiders and the 49ers. Both teams had interesting off-season’s they even managed to have some players convert. The 49ers are looking to keep being one of the top teams in the NFC , the Raiders on the other hand are just looking to do better than last year and to make the playoffs in the tough AFC. SO be sure to tune in on Friday night at 8pm PST right here on the 4ACES Network on www.Blogtalkradio.com/fouracespresents ...
Listen in to this replay from August of last year with Activist Barbara Cole. Barbara is a mom on a mission. Barbara's early advocacy on the PTA grew into a CA Statewide coalition that PASSED - with astounding support - the 2003 "Healthy Vegetarian School Lunch Act," urging the CA schools to serve daily plant-based vegetarian school lunches options. After some time off to focus on family, she founded Lean and Green Kids in 2009, a non-profit children's health education organization. Since its founding, Lean and Green Kids programs have reached thousands of students in the classroom, the cafeteria, and the community. Lean and Green Kids' advocacy efforts have helped change school food and shape policy at the local, state, and national level.Most recently, she has written a big, beautiful children's nutrition book for the classroom, SuperFoods to Save the Planet. Her website is http://leanandgreenkids.org.
Why include students with special needs in the classroom? What is the benefit? Won't it be a distraction? These questions and more will be answered and discussed on this episode of The Inclusive Class Podcast. This week's roundtable guests include Lauri Swann Hunt (Ollibean) and Amanda Morin (The Everything Parent's Guide to Special Education).