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How should we be teaching our students with special needs? We start by presuming competence and believing that all children be held to high academic expectations. To hear more about the importance of presuming competence, listen to guests, Paula Lieb and Lauri Swann Hunt share their thoughts with Nicole and Terri.
CAREER EDUCATION: COLLEGE CREDIT FOR FOR TECHNICAL COMPETENCE
Our guest is John Foster, CEO of NOCTI, , the national credentialing and professional development body for the Career and Tech Ed Community
CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
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NOCTI CEO John Foster and his guests Lisa Maloney of The National College Credit Recommendation Service and Anne Gielczyk, of NOCTI
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Using your gifts to excel in life is one of the keys to happiness and success, but it takes more than using your talent to bring you the emotional and life security needed. Learn what being competent can do to increase your feeling of security and how it can boost your self-esteem. Get another very important key to your success. Back with a new live show on Thursday.
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Temple Underground Radio presents a Roundtable of mighty pugilistic, Internal Alchemists: Sifu's Lester Holmes, Richard Clear, Neil Ripski and Neijia Gong legends of competence, controversy, wisdom and scholarship Masters Rudy Curry and Gary Clyman... Welcome to the "BREAKTHROUGHS" show!!!!!
Todays discussion: Kung Fu Fraud and we will be introducing a senior student of Estonia, The Russian Taiji Quan Master Grigori's student Nadja Shermakova. Their show is a part of Temple Underground Radio Europe... Please call in at 1-347-850-8679 and join the fun with questions and wisdoms.... We grow and flow together... This is our Kung Fu and it is Strong!!!
Conflict is a dynamic and unfolding process which can be rich with opportunities to explore and understand perspectives. Cinnie Noble, a pioneer of conflict management coaching created the CINERGY™ model in 1999. In her own discovery and journey, she coined the term "conflict intelligence" to mean the competence in our self-awareness, insight into others, and the knowledge and skills to manage interpersonal conflict effectively. In her most recent book, Conflict Mastery: Questions to Guide You, she will discuss how questions and the use of metaphors can be skillfully used to explore how one might think or feel differently about the conflict they are experiencing.
Cinnie Noble is a lawyer, mediator (Advanced Practitioner - Association for Conflict Resolution), and Professional Certified Coach based in Toronto, Canada. She developed the CINERGY™ Model of conflict management coaching in 1999 and coaches people worldwide in their efforts to improve the way they engage in their interpersonal conflicts. Cinnie and her associates also train coaches, mediators, lawyers, HR professionals, psychologists, social workers, leaders, and others around the world to use her unique evidenced-based coaching model. She is author of 5 books including Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY™ Model.
The delayed entry into marriage that characterizes modern society raises questions about young adults' romantic relationship trajectories and whether patterns found to characterize adolescent romantic relationships persist into young adulthood. The current study traced developmental transitions into and out of romantic relationships from age 18 through age 25 in a sample of 511 young adults. The developmental antecedents of these different romantic relationship experiences in both distal and proximal family and peer domains were also examined. Analyses included both person-oriented and variable-oriented approaches. Findings show 5 distinct clusters varying in timing, duration, and frequency of participation in romantic relationships that range from those who had only recently entered into a romantic relationship to those who had been in the same relationship from age 18 to age 25. These relationship outcome trajectory clusters were predicted by variations in competence in early relationships with family and peers. Interpersonal experiences in family and peer contexts in early childhood through adolescence thus may form a scaffold on which later competence in romantic relationships develops. Findings shed light on both normative and nonnormative developmental transitions of romantic relationships in young adulthood.
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Do you have any idea what’s going on in the educational system across the country, specifically in the classroom? Whose teaching our children? No child is alike! Therefore, special attention must be directed to help elevate them to their highest potential. Believe it or not cultural competence plays a part in the process. A lot of emphasis is placed on testing and the national averages for fourth, eighth and twelfth grade students. But do you know what it means or how it translates to success or failure in life. Tonight we have Dr. Andrea Walbrook, an educational community advocate in the area of special education speak to what we can do for our children.
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I really tire of reading stories of "unfortunate" cause by police officers and then hearing the excuses. More on todays show!
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You're a kids yoga instructor who has been invited into an urban setting. There is a vast difference from teaching in your neighbourhood yoga studio and an urban school. Do you have the skills to meet the needs?
Discover essential skills when teaching yoga in urban schools as Donna Freeman of Yoga In My School and Karma Carpenter of IASYM chat with Andres Gonzalez and Ali and Atman Smith of Holistic Life Foundation. Understand cultural competence, how to hold trauma sensitive classes and other challenges youth in our cities bring into class.
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Whose opinion are you more interested in listening to: a professional who is more confident in what they are saying about their skills or one who is has a greater skill level but comes across less confident? You may be surprised at what the research shows. Most importantly is how this choice relates to your potential clients. Studies have addressed this very question and have postulated the Dunning-Kruger Effect. This phenomenon describes a bias in which less skilled individuals mistakenly rate their ability much higher than average (even when measurements don't support it) and also suggests that actual competence may weaken self-confidence (as these individuals incorrectly assume that most others are of equal competence). Come and join Alina and Craig as we explore the significance of competency, confidence and how we can improve upon both. www.eftmba.com www.eftTappingTraining.com Find us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/eftworkshops
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