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Reggie Jackson has been taking on the Atlanta Comedy Scene by storm since 2005; and, now she's here on Back2Us Radio bringing her mix of Southern Belle charm with a splash raw realness!
Reggie and her Table Talk Crew broadcast live show from Atlanta each Tuesday at 7pm (or as close to 7pm as possible)...remember tune in to the weekly with the crew!! ?
On today's show we'll be revealing our hilarious new intro song as well as discussing the passing of comedy legend Joan Rivers, the Ray Rice debacle, Trinidad James, the Broncos, the Colts, and the Across The Street Bar! #Joan Rivers #RayRice #TrinidadJames @defyent @comediankaylinolu @comedian_geeway
Active learning is hard to leave in the classroom… if compelling, learners recount and rethink what they learned long after the lesson ends. The Maker movement embraces a “hands on, minds on” approach that links the tactile nature of learning with building and knowledge. This episode of Ed Table Talk explores the structure of the maker movement and asks the pivotal question: What is the importance of providing realistic context for students to apply their knowledge and become better learners?
The Maker movement has a long history in how we teach and students learn. The movement helps to change the perception about how best to teach students and how we prepare educators to manage a rich learning environment. Anybody who used pipe cleaners and Popsicle sticks was a member of the Maker movement, so why is it that we often forego this teaching strategy as students get older?
Research shows that kids who apply what they learn create more extensive knowledge that they can then apply in a variety of contexts outside of the classroom. This especially rings true for students who tend to be more visual learners. We will discuss ways that this strategy can be applied in your offerings and how it makes students better learners in their other academic pursuits — writing, math, science, social science, and the arts.
Join host Michael Jay and guests as they discuss the popular Maker movement and its implications for preK-12 teaching and learning.
Thank You to Follett for inviting us to broadcast from their headquarters in Oakbrook, IL!
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This Bible Study is designed for anyone who has a desire to Grow in their faith and relationship with God. You may be a new Christian (recently saved) or a seasoned believer who sometimes still struggles with being overwhelmed, anxious and unsure if God is really present in the situation you may be currently in.
My prayer for each listen is like the one prayed in the Bible, "that you may become/grow into mature Christians, stand firm on your faith; and be fully assured in all the will of God for you. (Colossians 4:12)
May this Bible Study water the seeds that have been planted so that you may produce good fruit to the Glory of God!
Ray Goodwin and Carolyn Yeager read and comment on the February 22-27, 1942 dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by trusted aide Heinrich Heim. Included in this episode:
The success of the NSDAP newspaper empire;
Importance of laughter and fun;
How to carry out a revolution and Hitler's dislike of Christian dogma;
The weakness of King Michael of Romania and how to handle German minorities in the Balkans;
Hitler expresses happiness the winter is over (almost) and admits the losses the Wehrmacht endured because of it;
Long talk on God, religion and Truth.
Govenors in the occupied countries in the West, and the nuisance of old monarchs;
Thoughts on German expansion.
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