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Are high school students really prepared for college courses, college life and all that's associated with being a college student? Join us for this episode of Hampton Roads Today when Norfolk State University students discuss the issue with university faculty and administrators.
On this episode, Nicole & Terri will speak with Dr. Lisa Dieker about inclusive education at the high school level. With her exceptional knowledge and experience, Dr. Dieker will address ways in which inclusion can be achieved with older students.
Dr. Dieker is a Pegasus Professor and Lockheed Martin Eminent Scholar at the University of Central Florida. Dr. Dieker has produced 5 books, two national videos, over 40 articles and chapters and provided more than 50 keynote addresses. She has been the editor of the Journal of International Special Needs Education and is the current Associate Editor of Teaching Exceptional Children.
For more information about the show, go to www.theinclusiveclass.com.
I have often received a question from seniors asking if they need to take a math course in their last year of high school.
I am answering that question plus offering tips for selecting courses in this broadcast. Join me!
For more information, visit www.collegeprepready.com or send an email to email@example.com.
A storm has erupted in academia and the educational establishment over a new curriculum being developed for the Advanced Placement program in high schools.
Specifically, the section dealing with American history has come under withering fire by educators and historians alike for its apparent left-wing bias.
Is there really an attempt being made to establish a left wing narrative in the AP history program that denies American exceptionalism, denigrates American values, and skews history with a liberal bias?
We'll ask noted historian Ron Radosh these and other questions about the AP controversy.
Also joining the program will be Doug Mataconis of Outside the Beltway blog.
The show streams live from 8-9 PM Eastern time. A podcast will be available shortly after the end of the show.
A team of sixteen Fenway High School students will tour the Mississippi Delta with Antoinette Harrell and Ines Soto, founders of Gathering of Hearts, to gain a deeper understanding of the history of poverty in the United States. We will expose the students to the reality of daily life in rural communities from the point of view of the descendants of slaves, still living in poverty. For the past three months Gathering of Hearts founders has been working with teacher and trip coordinator Lisette Castillo to organize this poverty awareness trip with the students. Please join host Antoinette Harrell as special guest Ines Soto, co-founder of Gathering of Hearts and Lisette Castillo, Educator at Fenway High School for an upcoming discussion.
Second Segement: Please join host Antoinette Harrell and special guest Wessam Al-badry a Iraqi-American photo jounalist. He will discuss FISHING FOR HOPE a documentary that follows photographer Wesaam Al-Badry as he journeys back home for the first time to see what’s happened to his extended family and others in the marshes of southern Iraq.
Welcome to the first National Signing Day Show for Marching Bands, hosted by The Marching Podcast! Today we meet 4 high school students that will reveal to the world what college they will attend in the fall and what band program they will eternally become a part of. If you find that one of these students is from your high school, your hometown or state, or if you hear that they will be attending the school that you attended, please feel free to call in tonight and wish the new student good luck. Call in at 718 664 6025, you can join our chat room live on the page of the broadcast. You can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com
Dr. Mike Robinson, host of Parent Talk Lives discusses the value of universal access to Literacy and Digital Literacy for all public school students. His guest is Ms. Karuna Skariah a National Board Certified Teacher, Maryland State Certified Teacher with Prince George’s County Public Schools, the 17th largest school district in Maryland.
Karuna Skariah is a National Board Certified Teacher, Maryland State Certified Teacher, and a teacher leadership coach. She has been an educator for twenty years. As a Maryland State Department of Education National Board Teacher Leadership Coordinator, she mentored teachers through the National Board Certification process with much success. She has an M.A. in Writing from Johns Hopkins University, B.A. in Sociology, Anthropology, Economics and English Literature. Karuna’s Equity Initiative for the students of Prince George’s County Public Schools advocates for literacy and digital literacy for every student. She advocates for 21st century college and career preparedness by providing crucial infrastructure of reading, technology and library/media teachers in every school. Karuna has been trained in the Common Core State Standards and continues to provide professional development workshops for public and private school educators. Her expertise lies in education performance management, school needs assessment, and teacher training with a concentration on Common Core. Her workshops focus on effective educational change through teacher driven discussions, trainings, and data driven planning. She provides teachers with best practices tools on how to generate critical thinking skills. As an adjunct professor, Karuna has taught graduate courses on teacher leadership at the National University, California.
You are living a legacy of leadership. Right now, you have the opportunity to influence your customers, your co-workers, your community, and your children. It takes a village to raise a child. Devon Bandison believes that…with a twist. He believes every individual leader – that’s you – can influence life in a positive way.
Researchers have proved that father/child contact is associated with better socio-emotional and academic functioning. Results indicate that children with more involved fathers experience fewer behavioral problems and score higher on reading achievement. Devon knows that Fatherhood is leadership and Leadership Is Influence.
Devon coaches fathers around the world on how to become high performing leaders and agents of change in the lives of their children. His signature talk “Fatherhood is Leadership” has gained national recognition and was a featured TED Talk at TEDx Boca Raton in March 2015. He brings a message of hope to fathers who have struggled with work-life integration.
Adversity has served as Devon’s greatest teacher molding him into the modern leader and loving father he is today. With the pain of his parent’s divorce in early childhood and absent father addicted to drugs, staying on course for success proved to be challenging. However, as a young father a shift in perspective and a decision to choose growth over victimization transformed his life. Devon began the road to recovering his true self. His leadership seminars and coaching programs inspire many leaders across the globe.
It is the gifts of adversity that fuel Devon’s compassion and dedication to helping others find their voice, inspire hope and live their own legacy of leadership.
Winners of the Pay It Forward Essay: Today we get to interview and showcase the students of Ms Leteshia Fahie-Breedy's class who won in the Pay It Forward essay contest.
Mission Statement: “At Leonard Dober Elementary School, we believe that learning is on-going and inter-related. We believe that all children can learn. It is our responsibility to find their learning styles, identify their strengths and weaknesses, and meet their needs. We are committed to preparing our students for a changing world; therefore, we will prepare them to think critically and solve problems. In order to do this, a partnership will be fostered between home, school, and community.”
About Leonard Dober Elementary School: “As well as offering a high quality of teaching and extra-curricular activities to our students, we also have a commitment to ensure that our students receive the best guidance and support to insure they feel happy and safe here and are therefore able to thrive and achieve academically.”
Student of the Month Awards: The selected winners of the Dober Award have displayed model student behavior. They have all maintained good grades and are always on their best behavior.
Key persons: Ms LaVerne Lake Davis, coordinator of Pay It Forward USVI; Juelis Hodge, Dept. of Education-Pay It Forward liasion.
Contact Leonard Dober Elementary School at: 9 and 10 Kronprindens Gade, St. Thomas, VI 00802 | Phone: 340-774-5874 | Fax: 340-774-5253
Hello everybody welcome to the Grover Weaver Ministries’ International Sunday School Lesson Commentary on 1 Corinthians 12:1-11 for the week of May 4, 2015.
IN V 1: ‘’spiritual gifts’’ and ‘’would not have you ignorant’’ are the keyword and keyword phrase to understand Paul’s response...V2: Paul knows he first must attack their attachment to dumb idols before he can lead them to Christ.. V3: we see how the Apostle juxtaposition his ‘’no man’’ comment to make his point.
V4: The minister tells them the Father has many spiritual gifts..V5: He tell the Corinthians there are different ways the spiritual gifts are ministered...In V6: Paul acknowledges the many different ways the spiritual gifts can be carried or put in operation...V7: And, the spiritual gifts are declared or made manifest in ministry to profit man in his work to bring the lost to Christ..V8, 9,10: are one big paragraph, ‘’Saying the Spirit gives one man gift and another man another...
Our concluding verse, V11: is a paraphrase of Roman 8:28, that all things work together for good for the same Spirit is rightly dividing and giving to every person that which He wants each to have so there should be no envy or jealousy for what he gave to me nor I to you.
HAVE A BLESS DAY IN THE LORD!
Excellence. Precision. Focus. Power! The US Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, The Blue Angels, is know for off this and more. But what about the way they communicate? Or the way they use…their brakes? Believe it or not, it all ties in to a powerful lesson in success (and business), and it’s a message you need to hear right about now.
Join JT DeBolt for a full-afterburner discussion about how the Blue Angels take the first critical steps to mission accomplishment, and how it directly translates to you business and life.
Fly High. Fly Fast. Fly Far.
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