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Happy New Year! Today's show will introudce you to the hosts of Trading Fours, Dr. Jackie Modeste and Dr. Wesley Watkins IV. Whats' the Jazz & Democracy Project? What is The Global Roundhouse? Why do we do what we do? How does music, and jazz specifically, guide our work? Join us today at 4PM and "get in on the Rhythm" of a new year with Trading Fours with Drs. Modeste & Wes.
What can we learn from a pedagogical approach that assumes intelligence? How is Dr. Wes working to create a space for deeper intellectual engagement on Black Renaissance TV? How is the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture setting the stage for a national conversation on education and the arts in its November 2014 tribute to Cultural Historian Albert Murray? Join us Friday, October 31, 2014, on Trading Fours and “get in on the Rhythm.”
11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific)
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How does empathy create communities? In what ways has jazz education changed over the decades? How are jazz and contemporary music similar/dissimilar? How does the Common Core impact the learning environment? On November 22, 2013, Drs Modeste & Wes reviewed smart conversations with Clarinetist Anat Cohen; Director of the New School's Jazz & Contemporary Music department, Martin Mueller; and Education Professor Yen Yen Woo. Join us today (11AM ET/8AM PT) as we revisit that eye-opening episode and "Get in on the rhythm."
Continue the conversation, join us on Twitter @GlobalJackie and @JazzDemocracy
What can the jazz process tell us about life: education, democracy, business, government, culture? Get in on the rhythm as Jackie Modeste, Ph.D. and Wesley J. Watkins, IV, Ph.D. trade fours on topics beyond the bandstand with special guests from around the globe. Dr. Modeste is an educator and founder of The Global Roundhouse, a boutique consulting firm that specializes in educational products. “Dr. Wes” is Founder of The Jazz & Democracy Project®
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Call-in to join our weekly LIVE discussion, 347-989-8321
Trade Fours with us Friday, August 29, 2014, (11AMET/8AMPT) as we review recent shows. Topics will include: jazz education; transforming the learning environment; the tempo of learning; and community development through music. Call 347-989-8321 to join our conversation and "get in on the rhythm."
Download recent shows by clicking the links below:
Banjo musician Don Vappie
Vocalist Rhonda Benin
Bassist and Founder of Jazz Impact Dr. Michael Gold
Dr. Raphael Travis Jr.
Be sure to follow us on Twitter @GlobalJackie and @JazzDemocracy
How does the Common Core impact creativity? In what ways does empathy improve communication? How are innovations in music education impacting the profession? On Friday, November 22, 2013, Drs. Wes & Modeste will share what we learned from Professor of Education Yen Yen Woo; Clarinetist and Saxophonist Anat Cohen, and the Executive Director of Jazz & Contemporary Music at the New School, Martin Mueller. Join us on Trading Fours and "Get in on the Rhythm."
Dr. Modeste is an educator and consultant at The Global Roundhouse. “Dr. Wes” is Founder of The Jazz & Democracy Project®.
How can jazz shape our response to the "skills" gap? In what ways can jazz help workers prepare for the workplace of today and tomorrow? How do changes in the music industry reflect changes in the workplace overall? What's so special about Miles Davis' legendary second quintet and how does it matter beyond the stage? On today's Trading Fours we'll review conversations with Peter Smirniotopoulos & Natalie Pregibon, Tom Browne, Dr. Kwami Coleman, and NEA Jazz Master Jimmy Owens. Join us LIVE at 11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific) and "Get in on the rhythm."
Want to "trade fours" with us on air? Call 347-989-8321
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How do we create meaning from the diversity of ideas expressed on Trading Fours? What do we learn and what's it got to do with jazz?! Join us for a special Trading Fours Review Show -- Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at 12NOON EDT (9AM PDT). We'll revisit our live conversations with Mark Weiner, Sharon Bridgforth, Joseph Daley, and Greg Satell. We'll also reconsider recent rebroadcasts -- Peter Smirniotopoulos, Diana Campbell and Yen Yen Woo -- as we prepare you for our May 2, 2014, show on Public Education and Job Readiness with Huffington Post writer Peter Smirniotopoulos and Education Policy researcher Natalie Pregibon.
Join us on Trading Fours and "Get in on the rhythm."
Wednesday October 8, 6pm EDT: Drs. J.J. & Desiree Hurtak will be joining Mitchell to discuss the current global environmental situation as well as the marginalization of indigenous groups, especially in and around the Amazon Rainforest.J.J. & Desiree Hurtak have been on A Better World Radio & TV in the past, and will be joining Mitchell again to talk about the documentary, Wisdom of the Wayshowers.
Drs. Hurtak,are social scientists and founders of The Academy For Future Science, an international NGO at the U.N. They are also authors, researchers and have also been working with the indigenous people of South America. They were recent speakers at the U.N. Rio plus 20 Summit (2012) on global environmental issues. Their books focus on science and consciousness studies.
As protests take place globally, we must each ask ourselves what is our role in this changing world? Are the 7 billion people on the planet coming to a breaking point or a place of consciousness transformation? We will discuss the possible ways to help make life on earth a better place through both technological advances and ways to ensure peaceful conflict resolution.
The Hurtaks are colleagues and good friends with Mitchell and have appeared on A Better World Radio & TV several times over the years, sharing their discoveries, travels and work as social scientists, discussing their contribution to creating a better world for all beings.
What can the jazz process tell us about life: education, democracy, business, government, culture? Get in on the rhythm as Jackie Modeste, Ph.D. and Wesley J. Watkins, IV, Ph.D. trade fours on topics beyond the bandstand with special guests from around the globe. Dr. Modeste is an educator and consultant at The Global Roundhouse. “Dr. Wes” is Founder of The Jazz & Democracy Project®.
2pm ET / 1pm CT / 12pm MT / 11am PT
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Viki Winterton interviews Drs. Susan and Julian Lange, OMD, L.Ac!
Dr. Susan Lange, OMD, L.Ac, works with visionaries, thought leaders and business owners who deeply want to contribute to society, make lasting changes, but become exhausted, overwhelmed, or even sick by challenges, stresses, and responsibilities that come with it. Often the bigger the impact we want to make, the greater the challenges are that emerge in the areas of relationship, health, success, money and/or soul. Susan helps people with all of those aspects.
Dr. Julian Lange, OMD, L.Ac, is a California acupuncturist and Doctor of Oriental Medicine in a licensed practice since 1982. He is a member of a pioneering generation of alternate medicine practitioners.
Drs. Susan and Julian Lange, OMD, L.Ac. have been featured in multiple magazines and books, radio and television shows, during their extensive thirty-year careers, practicing Oriental Medicine and teaching innovative healing programs. They practice offline in Santa Monica, Southern California, and consult internationally.
How do we cultivate creativity in the workplace and in classrooms? How can we move towards an environment of continuous innovation? Master Drummer Michael Carvin, Educator and Saxophonist Joshua Renick, and Business Model Innovator Karl Burrow shared some compelling insights this month. Join us on today's Review Show and "get in on the rhythm."
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