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  • 02:01

    Talk Back Tuesdays: The Effects of Technology on the MIND!!!!

    in Self Help

    Join us as we Host 2 shows in 1 with 3 Counselors and a Couch, Catana Cairo Qween Quan and her Co-Host Juarez J Jackson as we discuss how Technology Effects the Mind we will talk on everything from nanotech to blogging.

    We will look at both the positive and negative effects of technology. What it does to our focus and concentration, memorization, insomnia, impulse control, and creativity. We will examine the neurotransmitters in the brain and how they actually respond and change over time with increased experiences and stimuli.

    It's going to be a GREAT SHOW with a 2 FOR 1. So our number never changes 347-850-8612 or 646.478.3474 with A Taste of Technology. Let's blow the phone lines up. Tuesdays 8-10 pm EST. Come Get on the COUCH!!!!


     

  • 00:12

    Mathnasium meets The Business Forum Show

    in Business

    Mathnasium's Bobby Tarnowski joins hosts Kevin Hunter and David Ford to talk tutoring and helping kids specifically learn math. 


    From Bobby - 


    At Mathnasium, we are math specialists! We offer customized, 1-to-1 instruction using Mathnasium’s 


    successful curriculum and methods, as well as homework help, ACT/SAT test prep, private tutoring and 


    summer programs, all in a challenging, supportive and fun learning environment. Whether a student 


    needs to catch up or wants to get ahead, We Make Math Make Sense!


    Our goal is to give each student a life-changing math learning experience that helps them understand 


    math, developing what we call Number Sense – much more than memorization and computation drills – 


    which ultimately builds confidence in their math abilities and enthusiasm for how they can use them, no 


    matter what their futures will hold.

  • 00:45

    Is Education About Cheating, Memorization and Socializing?

    in Education

    Is Education About Cheating, Memorization and Socializing, or is it about acquiring knowledge that is going to apply in the real world and truly help you start a company or become an asset to a company?
     
    These were his exact words. Kyle, my Internet Marketing teacher from Wealthy Affiliate University mentioned this topic and I had to do a show on it, because just about 95% of the classes we take in High School and College is irrelevent to what we'll actually use in the real world.

  • 00:32

    ED AUTHOR SANDY WARREN AND THE LOST ART OF MEMORIZATION

    in Education

    WE'RE GONNA TALK ABOUT THE TIMES TABLES  AND THE IMPORTANCE OF MEMORIZATION IN EDUCATION TODAY

  • 02:03

    Judge Stanley Hill Prepares Youth To Become Powerful Orators For Justice

    in Women

    As many citizens across the country are reacting with anger to the Grand Jury's decision to file no charges against police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown, there are those who have launched a proactive strategy in the fight for justice.  Judge Stanley Hill has worked for the last several years coordinating the PUSH Excel Oratorical Contest, an event in which youth in grades 1 through 12 memorize some of history's most powerful speeches in the areas of peace and justice. Judge Hill coaches these youth and prepares them to compete in a stimulating and enjoyable rhetorical competition that focuses on the persuasive power of eloquent, inspirational speech. These are the perhaps future lawyers who will present arguments before courts and win cases.  What better way to fight back against injustice than to prepare future leaders who can be the orators that awaken their peers to the principles of truth, honor, and righteousness? Some of those whose memorable speeches will be recited by students in the upcoming contest Saturday December 20, 2014 include President Barack Obama, Langston Hughes, Robert Frost, Nikki Giovanni, and The Girl Who Silenced the United Nations for Five Minutes. Judge Hill explains his motivation for empowering these youth with outstanding speaking skills, and what the memorization of such impressive words will do in shaping their character. Later, we'll be joined by organizers in Missouri who reflect on how to take the energy of anger in the protesters and use it to create constructive change across the country.


     


     


     


     


     


    As the citizens across the country continue to react to the Grand Jury's decision in Ferguson Missouri to file no charges against police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown,


     

  • 00:59

    Incubi Incarnate Broadcast with Ron 'Crunk Panda' Coleman & Jen Dent 11/12/14

    in Paranormal

    Tonight your host Bill Bachman takes it from the Paranormal to Pop Culture and the influences of social media on society with Ron 'Crunk Panda' Coleman Jr. and Jen Dent of Vine!


    Ron, hailing originally from Nashville TN, Crunk Panda is the furriest of all the social media darlings. Air Force Vet, PEZ Connoisseur, Boston Terrier Aficionado, and all things in between. Loud mouthed, quick wit... and with a heart of gold, Panda has a background in all things wrestling, hip hop, and pop culture as a whole. You can probably run circles around him if you are an encyclopedia of comics knowledge, and if you try to go quote for quote, well..you will probably win. Panda understands more of the who, what, when, where, and why...as opposed to rote memorization of trivia. Panda is most known for his Ghostbusters uniform, followed closely by Hellboy, and, since he already looks the part... Dr. Venture. Always looking to give back to the community, Panda is actively involved with many charitable causes through his costuming in the Kansas City area where he currently resides.
    From a young age, Jen Dent was expressive and creative. She has had a camera in her hand for a long time, documenting everything, starting with a Fisher Price camera that recorded 10-minute videos in black and white on cassette tapes when she was 14 years old. She then progressed to documenting her dorm life in college with a bulky VHS recorder. In 2011, she started a YouTube channel, "JentotheDen" which had hundreds of videos and got her noticed by USA Today in 2012. Since the days of dial-up, Jen has been very active on social media where she has shared thousands of photos and videos. When she discovered Vine from a friend, she found it to be the perfect combination of social media and expression. Her vines have been very popular, the most recent being a spontaneous, purposefully uncoordinated dance she did at an outside venue which has gone viral all over the internet.

  • 00:31

    My Journey of Faith

    in Women

     


    My Journey of Faith  with Host, Cynthia McCutcheon


    Every Thursday at 2:30pm/1:30 pm CST


    Today's Show: When someone mentions memorizing Scripture do you jump up and down? Cringe and shake your head? Or do you desire to learn how?  Join Cynthia and Cathy Horning as they talk about gaining the ability and passion for Scripture memorization.


    http://www.cathyhorning.com/


    http://myjourneyoffaith.com/


    http://www.facebook.com/MyJourneyOfFaithRadio?ref=hl&ref_type=bookmark


     


     


     

  • 00:31

    Business ownership, why is it something that people run away from?

    in Entertainment

    People have so many skills and abilities but never use them. They can cook, they can build, they can fix, they can organize, etc. People are good with numbers, memorization, presentation. People are good at sales, working with people. But why do people make the decision to never get paid on their own skills? Why do people shy away from doing things they enjoy and could get paid from it and get all the money? Going to discuss this by reading excerpts of articles written by myself.

  • 00:58

    Spirit and Life Teachings! Episode 105! Gospel Sundays! 7/20/14

    in Spirituality

    Today we'll be continuing our Sunday studies in the Gospel of John, going over our weekly memorization verse, and reading a little bit from the book Foxes Book of Martyrs! Know that God loves you today and Psalm 118:24 "this is the day the Lord hath made we shall rejoice and be glad in it."

  • 01:01

    #CCSS: How do educators of black & brown students succeed?

    in Education

    By popular demand Dr. Candy Dawson - Boyd returns to NCEBCTalkRadio to continue the conversation and empowerment related to Common Core Standards and its impact on students (and communities) of color.

    Joining Dr. Boyd for the second half of the show will be Augusta Mann, a nationally renowned educator and senior scholar at the National Urban Alliance.  Ms. Mann uses research-based culturally responsive pedagogical practices steeped in African culture to accelerate learning and achievement.  With "Touching the Spirit" (TM) principles, Augusta has developed practical and instructional uses of rhythm (in music, speech, and movement); Ritual (affirmations/performances), and Recitation (oral performance/memorization). 

    Both guests will be taking questions from our listeners.  Tune in to listen and log in to chat!



     

  • 01:30

    P1FD: Are You a Preacher or a Teacher? | 9 PM EST/6 PM PST

    in Politics

    Press [1] for Democracy (P1FD) is a Coffee Party Radio show that discusses the political issues of the day in a civil, fact-based, and transpartisan manner.  Transpartisan is quite different from bi- or non-partisan in the we encourage callers to be passionate about their positions, but also that they listen and respond to those with differing points of view repsectfully and with a true desire to find common ground on which solutions can be built.  


    Tonight on P1FD . . .


    Are You a Teacher or a Preacher?


    It seems to me that there are two ways in which people will approach a political discussion – either as a Teacher or a Preacher.  [Good] Teachers look to impart knowledge to their students and then engage them in discussion that encourages them to analyze the information from all angles.  Teachers routinely employ tools such as logic and critical thinking, and often encourage students to do further, independent research.  On the other hand, preachers espouse predefined “truths” from a single viewpoint, looking to instill those views through rote memorization.  Acceptance is demanded while discussion and free thought are discouraged and, in extreme cases, banned as sacrilege.   So to boil each down to its essence, teachers attempt to expand students’ minds to where they can reach their own, educated conclusions, while preachers seek to imprint minds like an old-time mimeograph machine.   Now, if we agree that a good number of today’s voters are undereducated, which approach affords the best results?  And which do you employ?


    Tonight on Press [1] for Democracy, we’ll take a deep dive into your priority lists and see if we can gain some consensus on what we, The People, want to see accomplished in Washington this year.