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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?
Tonight, Vito and Vito talk about ISIS beheading American journalist James Foley, the Ferguson riots, race-baiting and the new developments in the Michael Brown case.
Then, the Vitos delve into a topic that is sure to make your hair raise. Liberalism, from high school to college has consumed the classroom. Professors and high school teachers alike have allowed liberal-bias to spread across academia, forcing kids to become indoctrinated with political views that are misguided, one-sided and wrong. Listen in as the Vitos, as well as other students, talk about how it is to be a conservative in a toxic environment.
Students don't always understand that some actions send messages they may not intend - professors sometimes read actions of students as disrespectful, mean, or lazy when students have very different motivations for what they said or did in class. These tips are intended to help students find ways to create a strong presence in the classroom. These aren't just for keeping the instructors from getting annoyed though - they have a real foundation in creating a successful approach to the class.
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.
The National Parent Education Center: www.TNPEC.org
Phyllis Austin: www.phyllisaustin.com
Household DNA Parenting Pyramid: www.householddnaparentingpyramid.com
Household DNA: www.householddna.com
Listen, Talk, Learn and Act.
Invite young people to listen. Listen weekly. Call in 347.855.8603 or post a question/comment in our chat room.
Decision Making: Image v. Substance / Delayed v. Sustainable
Are your choices image oriented or of substance?
Are you creating a delayed action or a sustainable action with your choices?
This week on Classroom DNA we will discuss the making of substantive decisions discussing the following:
Family Economics: Being realistic about revenue in and out
Prosperity: Becoming whole
Conflict Resolution – resolving issues through the process of considering the highest good of people involved and what is sustainable
Daily Nourishment for the Family: Feeding the soul not just the adorning the body
The Sabbath: Fellowshipping, Sharing Wisdom and Skills
Career and/or College including Entrepreneurship
After this discussion we want you to have a better understanding of your Household DNA and how to make decisions, which strengthen the relationships within the family thereby creating strong family.
Also, I will give my perspective and what I learn from the Tom Joyner Family Reunion.
Listen, Talk, Learn and Act.
Invite young people to listen. Listen weekly. Call in 347.855.8603 or post a question/comment in our chat room
Portfolio Management Certification Explored in detail: Step-by-Step.
Our speaker is: Mohammed Mansoor PfMP®, PgMP®, PMP®, ACP®, RMP®, PMI -SP® ITILV3® Mansoor is a passionate Portfolio, Program, Project Management Practitioner, Consultant and Organizational Radiologist, successfully mentoring, managing, delivering mission critical and high risk portfolio, programs and projects across various industries for large organization like EMC Data Storage based in Hopkinton Massachusetts, Mansoor has built high performing, self-sustaining teams across variety of highly competitive industriess and delivered training workshops/study group on portfolio, program, and project management for various REP’s and Chapters. He is one of the very few (across the world) to hold 6 PMI Credentials which includes PfMP, PgMP, PMP, PMI SP and PMI RMP in good standing and now part of the PMI PBA pilot.
PMI PfMP Handbook
PMI PfMP Q&A
Mansoor contact Details
Join Marnie and special guest speaker Pamela Carmichael as they discuss:
1. The most common mistake people make with money.
2. The Biblical definition of financial empowerment.
3. The 3 critical principles of money management.
4. Practical strategies to reduce spending without losing your joy.
5. Some key way practices to help you keep out of and/or reduce debt.
6. A unique approach the enables you to save money consistently.
7. A sensible organizational system to keep your finances in order.
8. Bonus Tips.
Pamela Carmichael has been a Financial Services Professional for over 15 years and holds a degree in Economics & Accounting. She is the award-winning author of “Financial Empowerment: Realign Your Finances to God's Will," a Certified Professional Coach and a Success Principles Coach. Learn more at www.PamelaVCarmichael.com
Dana Laake and her special guest Dr. Donald Brown will be discussing anxiety management and the healthy alternatives to anti-anxiety medication.
Dr. Donald Brown is a naturopathic physician and a leading authority on the safety and efficacy of nutritional supplements, evidence-based herbal medicine, and probiotics. Dr. Brown currently serves as the Director of Natural Product Research Consultants in Seattle, WA. He is the author of Herbal Prescriptions for Health and Healing, a contributor to The Natural Pharmacy, the A-Z Guide to Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interactions, and The Textbook of Natural Medicine.
Time is money, which is why all law firms could benefit from software data integration. Well-implemented integrations increase efficiency, reduce non-billable tasks and improve data accuracy. That’s why taking on this type of low-budget technology project is mission critical. Tune into Charles King as he shares cost-saving tips, tactics and strategies for a successful data integration in a law firm environment.
About Charles King
Charles King is the IP Technology Systems Manager at Arent Fox, where he guides decision making and implementation of all intellectual property practice group technology. He has been working for more than 10 years in intellectual property law technology management. King has been a member of the management group for multiple IP docketing database conversions and has led and supported numerous systems integration projects for docketing data, accounting data, internal and external web-based data access.
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How effectively do you manage your time - and is it possible to manage it more effectively? Is poor time-management really costing you money? In today's episode, award-winning real estate coaches Tim & Julie Harris discuss time-management, and explore how it truly affects your business. If you're beating yourself up over not managing time more effectively, tune in and find out what this really means your real estate income!
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