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  • 01:00

    Three O'Clock High, 1987

    in Movies

    Preppy high school reporter Jerry Mitchell (Casey Siemaszko) is asked to write a story on a tough new kid named Buddy Revell (Richard Tyson), a boy rumored to have a violent past. Jerry tries to call off the story, but in the process he infuriates Buddy, who challenges him to a parking lot brawl immediately after school that same day. As Jerry desperately attempts to escape the impending fight, he instead ends up finding the courage to stand up to Buddy.

  • 00:30

    Contrasting the Doctrine of Salvation & the Doctrine of Sin

    in Christianity

    Join the lesson today on the Doctrine of Salvation & the Doctrine of Sin! 


    Why God commands EVERY man to repent and believe the Gospel of Jesus Christ!


    This podcast will air every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday @ 1 pm ET.

  • 00:27

    Curtis Harwell Discusses Why We Need Lots of High Intensity Interval Training

    in Fitness

    The intense work periods may range from 5


    seconds to 8 minutes long, and are performed


    at 80% to 95% of a person’s estimated maximal


    heart rate, the maximum number of times


    your heart will beat in a minute without


    overexerting yourself. The recovery periods may


    last equally as long as the work periods and are


    usually performed at 40% to 50% of a person’s


    estimated maximal heart rate. The workout


    continues with the alternating work and relief


    periods totaling 20 to 60 minutes.


    What are the benefits of HIIT?


    HIIT training has been shown to improve:


    • aerobic and anaerobic fitness


    • blood pressure


    • cardiovascular health


    • insulin sensitivity (which helps the exercising


    muscles more readily use glucose for fuel to


    make energy)


    • cholesterol profiles


    • abdominal fat and body weight while


    maintaining muscle mass

  • 01:06

    Parents Just Don't Understand

    in Culture

    Have you listened to the young ones in our society? They are brilliant people, but are often written off because they're not understood. So we will have a group of high school students as our guests for this show, speaking on their views of and interactions with adults. They'll also be sharing some poetry that they have written! It's going to be an enriching show for all adults, but especially those who have children.

  • 00:31

    What do you do when your lesson is not working?

    in Education

    Have you ever had the experience of creating a lesson plan that you think is great and the kids will love it, and then it just doesn't work? What do you do? Do you keep going and teach the lesson even when you know it’s not working? If you stop the lesson then what? What do you do with the kids for the rest of the period. Has an experience like this stifled your creativity because you don’t want to risk another “bad” lesson?


    As teachers we have all been there. There are times when what you have planned just doesn’t work. Simone Padur, APS teacher, is brilliant in her ability to deal with these unforeseen circumstances that can just throw off your day. She will share real life experiences from her classroom and will talk about how she turned the situations around. Not only did she turn the situations around, but so much greater came from what could have been disasters. Simone is a kind and caring teacher with a lightness and openness that kids love that also provide an atmosphere of growth and learning. 

  • In the BULLPEN with Dr. T

    in Youth

     


    From President Reagan's A Nation At Risk report to President Obama's Race To The Top, the American Public School system has undergone over 30 years of reform.  From the infusion of testing, vouchers to charter schools, the landscape of the public school system is changing.  Is it for the better?  Has it made a difference in student learning outcomes or for improving teaching conditions?  Where is the public school system heading?


    Dr. Walter C. Farrell enters the "BULLPEN" with Dr. T to discuss the scope of changes, their meaning, and policies as it relates to the current and future structure of the American education system.


    Dr. Walter C. Farrell, Jr., is professor of social work and a fellow in the Center for Urban and Regional Studies (CURS) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His research interests include the study of minority economic development issues, demographic change and inter-ethnic conflict in contemporary society, the privatization and “charterization” of public education, workforce diversity, and urban social policy. He has appeared on the Today Show with Matt Lauer and National Public Radio’s The Connection to discuss public school privatization, and he has lectured to parent, teacher, and union groups throughout the nation.  


    Click here to read Dr. Farrell's full report on the privatization of public schools.

  • 00:37

    Steven's Spiritual Spotlight- 5/2/16

    in Christianity

    Does the weekend have you feeling gloomy? Does going back to school or work make you upset? Then tune in to Steven’s Spiritual Spotlight broadcasting live from South Carolina every Monday night at 8:00pm ET for an inspiring message from Steven. Be sure to also follow us on Twitter @stevenspiritual and like our Facebook page- Steven’s Spiritual Spotlight for all up to date information about the show and inspiring posts. God bless you all, may God be apart of your life and everything you say and do should be to serve God- Steven :)

  • 00:30

    Happy AWESOME Siblings Day, Everyone!

    in Entertainment

    Wow, I've always wondered if there was a Siblings Day. I actually recall someone telling me about this too. I don't think I believed them, though. Using checkiday.com, we celebrate ten other holidays. Can you guess which ones without checking the website? It's a doozy!


    We continue our Dancing Monday with songs from Prince of Egypt, Zoegirl, and my high school choir from years back. Yikes! So put those dancing shoes on, grab your water bottle, and get ready to sweat. Owe!

  • 00:30

    Parental Involvement Gone Awry

    in Family

    Researchers have evidence for the positive effects of parent involvement on children, families, and school when schools and parents continuously support and encourage the children's learning and development (Eccles & Harold, 1993; Illinois State Board of Education, 1993). According to Henderson and Berla (1994), "the most accurate predictor of a student's achievement in school is not income or social status but the extent to which that student's family is able to:



    Create a home environment that encourages learning

    Express high (but not unrealistic) expectations for their children's achievement and future careers

    Become involved in their children's education at school and in the community.


    So, what went wrong with our public schools? Join me on May 2, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m when we begin the 3-part series. The number to call 713-955-0734.   

  • Sports, Sports, Sports

    in Entertainment

    Baseball is in full swing (pun intended), the NBA playoffs are riding high, the NHL is skating its way toward the Stanley Cup, and the NFL Draft is complete. The 2016 Rio Olympics are just months away, and the international competition is fierce. Time to talk ALL THINGS SPORTS!!!!!
    Join us on No Tea with Chrita and Cryss, along with the best Sports Commentator on the planet, Mr. Jim Brown, as we sort it all out and discuss our favorite teams, players, and the latest headlines.
    All trash talk welcomed!
    Monday, May 2, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. The call-in number is (646) 668-2620. Live chat? Hit us at www.blogtalkradio.com/ no-teawithchritaandcryss
    @noteatalkradio on Twitter
    No-teawithchritaandcryss on FB.
    Invite a friend, or two. We'll be waiting.

  • 02:00

    Is it worth it to have a college degree? If you have a degree, did it help you?

    in Entrepreneur

    In this episode of the Chris Monroe Show we will discuss the current events of the week as well as taking a look at the value of a college degree. Many believe that once you obtain this document, you will be able to automatically obtain a high paying job to feed your family and repay this massive debt.


    We will be taking your phone calls with questions and comments at 516-418-5565 


    We will talk about this more on the show. I'm a see you, before you see me! 


    Chris Monroe AKA Student Master Teacher AKA Mr I Stay Woke


    Learn more on this topic and others - http://www.chrismonroestl.com/


    Shop with your brother here - http://www.chrismonroestl.com/shop-with-chris/ 


    Donate and support - https://www.paypal.me/chrismonroestl


    Like Chris Monroe Facebook Page - http://facebook.com/iStayWokeBlackPower 

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