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As much as adults hate to admit it, the children in our midst are a mirror reflecting what we really are. We model the behavior that they imitate, and as much as parents love to blame the television, children really don't imitate TV characters as much as they imitate the parents in the home. Teachers are frustrated when unruly boys and girls disrupt the class, and at some point, teachers raise their voices and holler at the disruptive child, enabling the child to create the same kind of dysfunctional atmosphere of yelling that the child has experienced at home. Teachers find themselves resorting to verbal abuse and insults in order to control the behavior of the students in the class: children choose to be quiet out of fear of public humiliation, a tactic teachers choose to use in order to keep "order." But is this really a good learning environment when the children sit in silence out of fear of being insulted by the teacher? When parents use this control tactic, this is what they condition the child to respond to. So what happens when a teacher tries to model respectful, calm behavior in a classroom at a school where all the other adults are screaming insults at the children? Do we really believe threats, insults and yelling are good classroom management techniques? Journalist and educator Barbara Pement shares her experience at one private Florida school where many of the staff members and students are family members, and the classroom management techniques seem to mirror dysfunctional parenting techniques. When can screaming at a child be considered abusive behavior? Should a Principal set rules of conduct for teachers? Managing a classroom can be challenging, unless all the adults agree to be a model of respect and self control themselves. When the teacher screams, who is really out of control?
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Let's Talk About It Family, After, All, Isn't It a Family Affair! Or, Is It? Our Youth Want To Speak Out In Regarding The Claimate Of The Classroom Management , From Both Officers , And Classroom Management Attendents. As Adults, We are all called to protect the children of the world, both Black and , White not to physically abuse them. No child deserves to be physically Man Handled by no one and especially, a man nor, an in school officer as, well. I feel that teachers in every school district school should be engaging their students in a writing assignment in order to express their feelings concerns , about the classroom incident that occurred in South Carolina. Come On Family and Students, Let's write, abou our feels, or maybe even rape ,in a line or two, or possibly write a few lines of poetry on how you feel concerning a students being mishandled in an inappropriate manner. My guest will be joining us on the discussion to express her views from the perspective of a mother. Also just whose responsibility was it anyway to protect the student from harm way in the South Carolina classroom?
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Amy Aubry shares her personal journey into the world of essential oils. On today's show Amy talks about the role essential oils and Young Living's Slique System plays in weight management.
*Amy and Jennifer are Independent Distributors for Young Living. All personal experiences with essential oils and opinions expressed are our own and in no way reflective of Young Living. Consult with an aromatherapy professional to learn if essential oils are right for you.
Kids & Teachers in The Classroom: How to Build a Working Relationship with featured guest John Brandon, Teacher at Middle School at Parkside
Call in at 646-200-0848 and join the discussion with business coaches and experts and Members of the LI Strategic Alliance Coalition Jerry Siegel, John Hill, Murray Kleiner, Jim McGowan and members of the Time to Play Foundation Doreen Guma and Gina Lollo to discuss important BUSINESS SUCCESS STRATEGIES!
This week's topic: Risk Avoidance vs. Risk Management: You cannot avoid risk when going into business. It will hurt your business and probably result in it failing. You must be willing to take prudent risks.
During Empower Half Hour we'll talk about proactive things each of us can easily do to make our businesses, and -- in general -- every day better. We'll motivate and empower ourselves and each other. The whole idea in this podcast is people helping people and collaboration equals success. We're all in this together!
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NY Times best selling author, Kevin Kruse, interviewed high achievers--including Mark Cuban and other billionaires, Shannon Miller and other Olympians, straight A students and over 200 successful entrepreneurs--to discover their habits for productivity and defeating the feeling of being "overworked and overwhelmed." He'll join us to talk about what he learned and how we can adopt those ideas.
Kevin Kruse is a New York Times bestselling author, an Inc 500 startup founder, and his newest book, 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management is based on groundbreaking research into the habits of Olympic athletes, straight-A students, over 200 entrepreneurs and 7 billionaires, including Mark Cuban.
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Healthcare providers in the United States are faced with one of our nation’s greatest challenges. Despite spending twice as much as other industrialized countries, our outcomes remain average and our healthcare delivery system more often provides “ill care” as opposed to “health care”.
Conceived and developed a healthcare model to provide primary care by nurse practitioners with a focus on prevention. This model will be replicated in retail settings throughout the state of New York. The purpose of these centers is to improve patient options while making health care affordable and easily accessible to all community members.
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