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  • 00:44

    Eliminating the Gap between Student Potential and Student Achievement

    in Education

    THE NATIONAL URBAN ALLIANCE FOR EFFECTIVE EDUCATION


    Eliminating the Gap between Potential and Achievement


    Alliance President Eric Cooper is our guest


    Presented by MIND RESEARCH INSTITUTE  www.mindresearch.net @mind_research

  • 00:34

    RAISING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

    in Education

    RAISING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT; THE IMPACT OF META-DATA with Corwin Publishing  Director of Professional learning Kristin Anderson CORWIN IS HOSTING THE VISIBLE LEARNING  INSTITUTE THIS THRUSDAY AND FRIDAY IN L.A.,  

  • 01:12

    The impact of environment factors on Student Achievement

    in Education

    Dr. Mike Robinson, host of Parent Talk Live will discuss the impact of environment factors and issues on the academic success of students, specifically a review of the social-psychological interventions to reduce the achievement gap among urban students. Dr. Robinson’s guest will be Dr. Franklin Turner, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology at Queens College, The City University of New York.
    Franklin Dickerson Turner, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology at Queens College, The City University of New York. He received his B.S. in African American History from Florida A&M University, M.A. in Educational Psychology from Rutgers University-New Brunswick, and Ph.D. in Urban Systems from Rutgers University-Newark. Prior to starting graduate school Dr. Turner was a middle school teacher in the Philadelphia School District. He has a strong record of community service, from working as a volunteer in Post-Katrina New Orleans to running a Boy and Cub Scouting program at Raymond Rosen Housing Projects in Philadelphia. 
    Dr. Turner’s research focuses on the Achievement Gap (especially teaching writing), Popular Culture, and Race & Social Class especially in educational settings.  He has published and presented in the areas of reading fluency acquisition, teacher education, and counseling. He is currently a consulting editor for The Journal of Educational Research and the Journal of Negro Education. ?
     
    For more information on Dr. Franklin Turner, Queens College visit http://www.franklinturner.com/home

  • 00:31

    The three pillars of student achievement

    in Education

    During this session we will have a lively discussion about the pillars that enhance student achievement.  The pillars are 1. parent involvement 2. classroom management and 3. formative assessment.  It is essential that every classroom is structured so that students can maximize their chances for success.  The special guest is Chairman at Design By Educators
     

  • 00:36

    An Interview With Student Loan Activist Alan Collinge

    in Politics

    Student Loan activits Alan Collinge and founder of StudentLoanJustice.Org talks about his book The Student Loan Scam

  • 02:03

    American Broadcasting School - The Drive Home with Derek Stark #7

    in Radio

    Derek Stark's 7th broadcast as a student of American Broadcasting School. The broadcast includes songs from Willie Nelson, Blake Shelton, George Jones, Gary Morris, Sunny Sweeney, Billy Currington, Ashton Shepherd, Carrie Underwood, Disturbed, Avril Lavgine, Gretchen Wilson, John Anderson, Kenny Rogers, Miranda Lambert, AC/DC, Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson, Gary Allen, Alan Jackson featuring Jimmy Buffet, and Kellie Rucker. Be sure to follow Derek Stark on Twitter (@derekstark) and like American Broadcasting School - The Drive Home with Derek Stark Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/absthedrivehome.

  • 00:26

    Author and Educator Daniel Blanchard

    in Education

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Daniel Blanchard.


    Dan Blanchard the Award Winning Author, Speaker, Educator two-time Junior Olympian Wrestler, and two-time Junior Olympian Wrestling Coach grew up as a student-athlete. However, Dan admits that as a youth he was more of an athlete than a student.  Dan has now successfully completed fourteen years of college and has earned seven degrees. He teaches Social Studies in Connecticut’s largest inner-city high school. In addition, Dan is a Teacher Consultant for the University of Connecticut’s Writing Project. He was chosen by the American Federation of Teachers as their face and voice of educational reform.  Because Dan’s students repeatedly asked him to write a book  to tell others what he tells them,  Dan finally listened and has now authored two dynamic teen leadership books, Granddaddy’s Secrets: Feeling Lucky? and Granddaddy’s Secrets: Feeling Good. His third book of the Granddaddy’s Secrets series, Feeling Strong! will be out next year. As an educator, coach, author, and speaker Dan feels that it is his duty to positively influence our youth every chance that he gets! He lives with his wife, Jennifer, their five children, and family dog, Daisy and is available for speaking engagements.

  • 00:31

    SpokenHeard with Charlotte Abotsi and Susan Dobbe Chase

    in Poetry

    Charlotte Abotsi is a college student and poet hailing from Providence, Rhode Island. She was the Youth Grand Slam Champion at Providence Slam in 2013, taking her to her second Brave New Voices competition. She has competed in Oakland, CA and Chicago, IL. Charlotte has also been on the Providence Slam national adult team, competing in Boston, MA. In 2014, Charlotte won Providence Slam's Women of the World Poetry Slam qualifier taking her to Austin, TX to compete alongside 72 other poets. Charlotte works extensively with Providence Slam; specifically cultivating a safe space in the community and being the assistant coach for the youth program, while also being Providence Slam's booking coordinator. Other poets vaguely know who she is because she can never stop fangirling over all of them. French fries are the only thing she cares about.

  • 02:01

    “MUSLIMS & THE OBSERVATION OF MEMORIAL DAY” W/Imam Talib M. Shareef of Wash D.C.

    in Lifestyle

    “MUSLIMS AND THE OBSERVATION OF MEMORIAL DAY” With Imam Talib M. Shareef of Wash. D.C.


    Or join us via telephone by calling (714) 816-4673 (press 1 to talk to the host).


    This is your host Michael Saahir of Indianapolis, IN. Listen to our blog-talk radio show WORDS MAKE PEOPLE on Sunday April 26, 2015 from 1-3 p.m. (EST) for an insightful discussion titled: “MUSLIMS AND THE OBSERVATION OF MEMORIAL DAY”


    Our Special Guest, Imam Talib Shareef, is a retired Chief Master Sergeant of the United States Air Force after 30 years, and holds a Masters of Business Administration from American Intercontinental University, a Diploma from the Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University. Imam Shareef is a student of the late Imam W.D. Mohammed, Muslim-American Spokesman for Humanity.


    On more than one occasion President Obama recognized the importance of Islam in America’s history. In February of this year he said, "Islam has been woven into the fabric of our country since its founding." Earlier in his presidency President Obama said, "I also know that Islam has always been a part of America’s story,”


    This Memorial Sunday (May 24, 2015) will discuss the role that Muslim Veterans have fulfilled dating back to the American Revolution and every war since then. We also will address many of the hot-button issues that cause many of our fellow Americans misunderstandings of Al-Islam and their Muslim neighbor.


    You don’t want to miss this informative version of WORDS MAKE PEOPLE. You can join us via telephone by calling (714) 816-4673 (press 1 to talk to the host) or listen online at this link:


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/station-iwdm/2015/05/24/muslims-the-observation-of-memorial-day-wimam-talib-m-shareef-of-wash-dc

  • 00:25

    More Truths about Relationships

    in Religion

    The truth about relationships is simply a question of which one you are working on.  The relationship between a husband and wife, boyfriend, girlfriend or significant others is not the same as a relationship between a parent and child a teacher and a student or even a parent and one child.  Learning to separate these relationships can go a very long way to not only better understanding them but also better understanding yourself.

  • 00:51

    Ultimate Treasure [Tragic Treasures, Workshop Series, S11]

    in Self Help

    Transform your life one thought at a time with Author Dianne Rosena Jones, the Founder/CEO of Transforming Life Institute, LLC. Embrace your journey, release your pain, end your self-inflicted suffering by transforming your thoughts. Join this Transformational Life Teacher, Inspirational Speaker, Author of two books, and Metaphysical Psychology [Doctoral student] as she shares her own journey with transparency & reveal truths which will empower you to live life with Purpose, reach your Destiny, and Become Who God Created You To Be!!!