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Grades are a big deal for our kids in sports. Playing sports is a privilege, and good grades are a requirement. So, how does Sports Mom motivate her brood to keep up their grades and still giving their all to their chosen sports? Tune in and learn what works for The Sports Mom Podcast!
Tonight on Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, we look back at all of the 28 eliminated teams in the NBA and give our grades for them based on how they did this season! We will discuss what they did well, what they need to work on and what they need to do to get better in the offseason/NBA Draft. We will also update you on the #Pacers/#Heat Game 5 from Indiana as well as my thoughts on the game. Top headlines and more as we are LIVE!
This week on the Direct Snap we will be discussing and grading each team's free agency period as well as what their offseason moves thus far may mean in terms of their draft strategy heading into April.
We will give you team grades, draft outlook and may even veer off into some of our biggest winners and losers in general of the free agency period. What you may not be expecting is that we may also be giving you some predictions for some of the hottest names still on the open market including Greg Jennings, Michael Crabtree, Stevan Ridley, Lance Briggs and many more.
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Patrick Dougher talks about getting better grades, and this includes far more than school grades. Patrick talks about life skills--how to read faster NOW and how to take notes you will remember INSTANTLY. You will hear what NEVER to eat before a test, and the supplements you should take to increase your memory. You want to listen to this important show for the skills that will clearly make a positive impact in your life.
I love reading a good book. I've loved reading every since I was a little kid. However lots of kids today do not like reading books. In fact they would rather stimulate their mind by playing videos, watching videos, talking on their cell phones or watching the latest reality show. There is a strong push in this country to increase the literacy rate. Did you know that poor reading was found to be linked to low grades.Yes poor reading has even been linked to poverty. Poor literacy is not just someone else's problem literacy is everyone's problem. Today we will discuss improving reading habits to help improve grades and our country. Join Us!
NEXT on CLASSROOM DNA with Phyllis Austin 2/21/15: RTI: Your School’s 3-4 Step Process to Better Grades & Behavior…
What you need to know about Response to Intervention (RTI) and how to successfully use it for better performance and behavior.
Response to Intervention is your School’s 3-4 Step Process to Better Grades & Behavior.
Not to mention, it is a required process (by the majority of states) directed towards preventing failure and consecutive disciplinary infractions and consequences.
However, most parents don’t know about it. Many teachers never heard of it. Numerous schools don’t use it. In addition, in every case that The National Parent Education Center has encountered, the use of RTI was implemented incorrectly.
And because of this, countless numbers of students unnecessarily fail, have poor performance and receive unjust disciplinary referrals.
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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will do their final grades, for the 2014 Green Bay Packers. The Packers struggled early, and made a solid late season run. However, that run ended, in Seattle. Now it is time to grade the Packers. We will break down each position, and talk about the highs and the lows. Which players stood out, and which players did not impress? Listen in and give us a call with your thoughts.
When I was growing up, there was nothing better than bringing home a report card that had good grades on it. Oh, I wasn’t a straight A student, but I got my share of A’s and B’s. I also got my share of C’s and D’s. I guess I was what you call an average student. My parents always checked my report card and questioned any low grades and encouraged me to do better when they felt that I wasn’t working up to my abilities. Today good grades are still the benchmark we use to determine if a student is going to be promoted or retained. The higher achieving students who are in high school usually strive for good grades in rigorous courses, because they know that their class ranking among other things will determine the type of college that they will be admitted to. Good grades are something that everyone wants, and for some reason, they’re just about what everyone gets. The two questions that I have are these: does everyone who gets a good grade deserve it, and is that grade a good indicator of the person’s ability?
Today we are going to explore the idea that grades do more harm than good. Are you pushing your child too hard to get good grades? Are your child's teachers pushing them too hard for good grades? Or, are the teachers inflating the grades to keep the parent's happy? What are these grades really telling us?
Missing Pages of History invites you to share your "Hot Topic/s," or "Things You Show Know!" with us. This program is seeking to become the voice for the voiceless, underserved and under valued communites and people, whose history and experiences have been omitted from 'the established media' and 'the history books.' Come and join us bi-weekly on Saturdays at 12 Noon EST, by dialing 818-337-0016, or going online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc This week program will discus the followitng 'Hot Topics: Europe and the European Union, The Lottery, Taxes & Education and UNC,Sports & Grades.'
THE MANY BENEFITS OF PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT
Liberty University Prior Learning Assessment Coordinator Sharon E. Cohick joins NOCTI's Dr. John Foster and Nocti Business Solutions( which specializes in pre-employment testing and PLA), Anne Gielczyk for a discussion of how well this working for Liberty students.
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