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Join Sara Bingham, WeeHands Founder and author of The Baby Signing Book, each week as she shares parenting tips, language development strategies, and the joys of connecting with your baby, toddler and/or preschool child.
This week, Sara will chat with Susan Schenk, an occupational therapist and founder of Technology & Tools for Kids, about learning challenges and the power of technology.
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Today's Life Interrupted Radio's guest Judy van Niekerk points out, it’s not just about leaving a legacy, it’s about creating a living legacy. Judy’s life story could have turned out so different. Yet, she didn’t let a life of childhood torture stop her.
Years ago, after waking up from yet another “overdose coma,” Judy had a “major light-bulb moment” where she discovered “What she was here to do.” She garnered up the courage to share her gifts and captured global media attention, including The BBC, RTE and Cosmopolitan and many others. This one act of courage, where she courageously shared her story of sexual abuse from her father caused the reporting of sexual assault in Ireland to increased by 75%.
Today, Judy is committed to making a difference based on what she learned by surviving her traumatic childhood challenges. She now works tirelessly to empower people to love and honor themselves regardless of what happened in their lives.
Her latest revolution is to empower women through “The Digital Bra,” a revolutionary hi-tech solution to a serious problem for women around the world by making customized bras for women irrespective of their shape and size. "Women deserve the perfect fit!" Judy shared that “The Digital Bra (www.thedigitalbra.com) is not just a high-tech innovation. It allows women to finally embrace and love their bodies just like Judy learned to do as she discovered how to capitalize from her challenges." Judy will share with us:
• How to survive, move through and THRIVE,
• How to connect to your greater self to find your gifts,
• How to create a permanent state of inspiration, compassion and self love.
Listen to Judy’s truly inspirational story of courage, championing and conquering.
We have spent a lot of time on communication and how the most important person to learn to communicate with is yourself. Yes, you need to be brutally honest with yourself, and that does not mean that you should beat yourself up. It means when you are thinking about an invitation to participate, whether it is directly about you or one of your family or friends, you must talk to yourself like you do when you are sharing secrets about you to that special person that you can share anything with. When it comes to those deep secrets, it should really be you first, then share with others. Today we'll talk about not only the value of communicating truthfully, but what kind of things might get in the way of doing so...
are there words that might trigger discomfort?
do 'titles' intimidate us?
how does our judgement or opinion get in the way of seeing the truth?
does the way we feel give us clues?
Bring your questions to the conversation with Delrae and Mary K from the Life Learning Center of Self and let's bring you into an honest relationship with SELF!
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FUNDS FOR LEARNING presents iNACOL's Allison Powell, VP of New learning Models. Blended Learning is where it's at. Learn about this wonderful event.
Learning how to be by yourself is a challenge for many to overcome. Many times people will end up in the exact same type of relationship that they just got out of which is toxic. It's the same pattern but just a different person to fulfill the role. It is very important to be by yourself after a relationship has ended. This is your time for soul searching and self reflection. This is your time to make friends with you. You should be your best friend.
Yes it seems like a need for humans to have companionship but that doesn't mean we have to be in a relationship. We can have friends short and long distance. We can learn something new and do something we always wanted to do but were unable to. Are you just going to brood? Are you just going to be angry? Being by yourself doesn't mean being lonely. You can be with a partner and very easily be lonely if they aren't the right ones.
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We're talking about Living - Learning Communities on this episode of Spartan Life Radio. If you've ever longed for a rich and engaging college experience for yourself or your children, check out the upcoming episode of Spartan Life Radio. College life . . . it's more than just classroom and library time. At Norfolk State University, faculty and administrators pride themselves in developing holistic learning experiences that enable students to have different experiences during their academic careers. One of those holistic approaches to the learning experience at NSU is our Living-Learning Communities.
Living-Learning Communities or LLCs are:
A collaborative initiative between Academic and Student Affairs
Creating an integrative and holistic experience reflecting fully engaged campus
Recruitment (enrollment) and Promote student success (retention and graduation)
Support the University’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)
Join us for an informative discussion about Living-Learning Communities with experts from NSU's Student and Academic Affairs. Listen or join the conversation at 1-347-850-8515.
Join us as we wrap up this term's subject, Physical Dimensions of Free-Choice Learning. Joining us will be guest Dr. Laura Good, of the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions, who worked for several years in YMCA camps. She'll share her experiences there and how the physical setting affected learning opportunities. She will also talk about where her free-choice learning work has taken her in terms of her current position.
It's America, and we mustn't forget the importance of learning and educating ourselves. Today, we discuss with Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs at the Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications at HU just how and why it's important to continue education