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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on the regulation of ultrahazardous activities, declining gift solicitations, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Would the government of a free society issue bans or otherwise regulate activities dangerous to bystanders?
Question 2: How can I refuse solicitations for gifts for co-workers?
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For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
Presenters: Wyoming Department of Family Services Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Staff, Elizabeth Forslund and Clint Hanes will provide an overview of Wyoming's Child and Family Service Reviews (CFSR) and CQI activities planned in 2015 through 2016. The presentation will include an overview of federal requirements related to CFSRs, a detailed look at the new CFSR instrument and themes emerging from initial Wyoming reviews. The presenters will provide CFSR tips and information for judges, attorneys, Guardian ad Litems, CASAs and case workers, as all activities conducted in a child welfare case are reviewed as part of the CFSR process. Eydie Trautwein, Children's Justice Project Coordinator, will also provide an overview of CJP CQI activities and statewide data trends.
Celebrate Autumn with family fun. Hands-on participation in good times together provides a sense of belonging and value for children. Fall is full of possibilities for being together and enjoying situations where parents and children can delight in doing things together. In the process, children know they belong and will collect more pieces to build their positive self-image. Kas has written three books with fall and Halloween ideas for families and children.
Join Kas Winters on The Sneaky Mom Show, the first Wednesday of the month here on Word of Mom Radio for great ways to teach your children without them knowing! Kas always says that "kids learn best when they think they are playing" so find out the ways this "Sneaky Mom" makes that happen! Be sure to connect with Kas and find the great books and activities she is sharing on EverythingFamily.net.
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Not all toys are created equal. That's a motto we have at Kids AtoZ.
We have Dr. Maureen Suhr back with us to talk about what toys and activities are good to foster motor (physical) development in young children.
Learn about what toys and games are super to do with your children as they grow from birth through their fifth birthday to help optimize their development.
You can also visit our SMART Toy Store where we select the toys and games we love for child development.
We tell you why we love them and give you ideas for activities so parents can make great decisions for fostering their development in their children.
As always, send you questions, comments, and suggestions for future episodes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. T and the Kids AtoZ Team
SUNDAY Oct. 12, 2014 LIVE On Line Radio
NEWS In Review.- News Stories From Jamaica Over The Past Week.
IN FOCUS- News Stories in depth/ Late Breaking News
MUSIC- Local And International Artists (Shae Mill, Marcia Griffiths, Elijah, Planet Groove, and more)
MAIN TOPIC-Jamaica Educational System; Pass or Fail *Special guest Barbara Makeda Blake-Hannah http://www.amazon.com/Barbara-Makeda-Blake-Hannah
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NASSP: SCHOOL PRINCIPALS
YOUR INVOLVEMENT IN GRASS ROOTS POLICY ADVOCACY
As a principal, how involved should you be in educational advocacy. Jacki Ball, NASSP Associate Director for Advocacy is our guest
Presented by TRIUMPH LEARNING
Roma J. Benjamin is an educator in both the spiritual and secular arenas. Her parents Porter and Mary Jane Benjamin Sr. were strong advocates of education although theirs was limited. She knew from a young age she was destined to be an educator to the multitude. Her unique personality and tough but fair love approach allows her to not only educate children and be a positive role model. Benjamin is also the Senior Pastor of Greater Faith Ministries, Harrisburg, PA. She is also the founder of New Sound Literacy and Technology Center. Pastor Benjamin’s boldness and total commitment to the Word of God is evidence of her “no-nonsense” approach to very sensitive and difficult situations. Illiteracy is a sensitive issue in which she has had firsthand experience with. During her tenure as a teacher and principal, she experienced failing students passed through the system with very little chance of recovery. Fighting in a failing system for the life of students, she decided that ‘enough is enough’ and walked away from a six-digit job to obey a God-given mandate, a call to action to address the perpetual culture of functionally illiterate children. Dr. Benjamin has been in public school education for 18 years. She taught grades 1-8 and also served as principal in elementary, alternative education, middle and high school. Dr. Benjamin was sent to buildings that were failing academically and had major behavioral issues. The grace of God and the anointing on her life allowed her to bring much change, where buildings went from failure to success. In addition to being a pastor and recently retired principal, Dr. Benjamin is currently writing her 1st book entitled, “Crossing the Finish Line-Only to Begin the Journey.” She has appeared on the Word Network and continues to be on a variety of radio talk show interviews discussing the illiteracy issues.
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WYOMING'S ISTE AFFILIATE: THE WYTECC CONFERENCE
Dr Cristy Magagna puts together a remarkable conference in an out of the way place... though it isn't out of the way if you live there. Just goes to show ya what a little fortitude can do. Learn more from her experience. WYTECC, btw, is "Wyoming Technology- Education- Curriculum -Connection. In other words ITA,*
* "It's an acronym"
Presented by LEARNING.COM
INNERSIGHT - Why can't we pursue educational opportunities like everyone else?
Frank Perino - Host
Suzanne Tarazi-Ferraro - Co-Host
INNERSIGHT Means 'FREEDOM'
Advocates for the Disabled
We'll be Defining Consciousness and talking about what it means to be Conscious in a society that is OPPRESSING our community. Forming Bonds between different "Conscious" communities and seeking solutions on how those different communities can work together to reach solutions to the problems the system that oppresses us all creates.
Late September in Baltimore at the EdNET* 2014 conference, hundreds of the education industry’s movers and shakers spent two days discussing trends, opportunites, and challenges that everyone who sells to schools is facing. This show is the first of a four-part series, the EdNET Insider. During program #1 host Glen McCandless and Saul Hafenbredl of C Blohm and Associates get the inside scoop from leaders who are shaping the school market right now. You’ll hear industry veterans Randy Wilhelm, Lee Wilson, Dan Caton, and George Warren provide valuable perspectives and sage advice for a big trend that caused a stir at EdNET – one that is affecting everyone: Open Educational Resources (OER) – that's free stuff being offered to schools. Make no mistake, competing with free products and services is a reality, and having a sales and marketing strategy in response to this trend is essential for your survival. Listen up!
*EdNET, EdNET Insight and the EdNET Conference are wholly owned trademarks of MDR, a D&B Company., and are used with permission.
1. ART & RESOLUTION: Films of Afro-Cuban Life and History, Thursdays, 2/2, 12, 19 at 6:30pm @ MoAD
Cornelius Moore is Co-Director of the 46 year old Bay Area social issue film distributor/producer California Newsreel as well as a film programmer focused on work from the Black World. Mr. Moore joins us to talk about the Cuban film series her has curated for the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), Mission @ Third in San Francisco. www.moadsf.org
2. African American Educators Professional Development Summit, Jan. 30 (reception & awards), Jan. 31 (summit)
Bobbie Brooks, Board Member and Co-Founder of The African American Regional Educational Alliances www.theaarea.org & (510) 614-3000
Laura Babitt, 2015 Educational Service Award Honoree
3. Black Arts Movement West, Celebrating 50 Years @ Laney College, Sat. Feb. 7, 10 AM - 9 PM 510-200-4164
Marvin X is a playwright in the true spirit of the Black Arts Movement (BAM). His most well-known BAM play, entitled Flowers for the Trashman, deals with generational difficulties and the crisis of the Black intellectual as he deals with education in a white-controlled culture. Marvin received his MA in English/Creative writing from San Francisco State University, 1975. He has taught at San Francisco State University, Fresno State University, UC Berkeley and San Diego, Mills College, Merritt and Laney Colleges in Oakland, University of Nevada, Reno.
His latest book is the Wisdom of Plato Negro, parables/fables, Black Bird Press, Berkeley. He currently teaches at his Academy of da Corner, 14th and Broadway, downtown Oakland, Lakeshore on Saturdays, & Sundays at the Berkeley Flea Market: www.blackbirdpressnews.blogspot.com