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    The tree the grew in shade

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    The STEM Project with Subrina O~Bridging the Divide, One Conversation At-aTime

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    Topic: Highs and Lows of Building a NYC Schools STEM /STEAM Pipeline
    Guest: Scott Krivitsky
     “I have been an educator for 12 years and recently was awarded Teacher of the Year by the Daily News and Department of Education. Also, I was spotlighted in the National Educational Alliance Magazine for creating a STEM Pipeline that bridges elementary schools,  middle schools,  high schools,  colleges, and workforce development organizations.  This model for education has never been done in New York City before. I would love to be on your team to help Empower our Teachers and Schools. We need to bring back Creativity and Spontaneity to our Classrooms. ”  What issues do you feel are most critical for our union? “The biggest issue is that our teachers have lost a Voice in Education. Once again, we need to create a safe teaching environment,  where teachers bring fun back into the classroom without fear of being micromanaged by administration. Educators are the pulse of our schools and deserve the respect of being a Teaching Professional. As educators, we need to bring back Pride into Teaching. I will help Impact Education for the Better for our Teachers.”

  • 01:35

    Foster Leaders Community Meeting #2

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    Date: Thursday, November 3 Time: 8PM Eastern/5PM Pacific Duration: About 2 Hours Call-In #: 646-652-2296
    Click the Following Link to Sign Up for a Reminder (Before)/ Listen Live (During): http://www.blogtalkradio.com/magblogradio/2016/11/04/foster-leaders-movement-leadership-team-meeting-2
    Meeting Agenda:
    – Notes from Last Meeting
    – New Member Introductions/Returning Member Updates
    – Identify Gaps in Information and Resources
    – Discuss Links Identification Task (Google Alerts, Social Networking Pages, Google Searches, etc.);  Access the Identification Spreadsheet at the following link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1A3hoPwNKGV9lMtwQ60ivt0zrQEGss3DitRSiBEfsz3o/edit#gid=0
    – Discuss Operating Structure of Links Identification Task
    Options for Meeting Participation:
    – Call in to 646-652-2296.  Meeting is facilitated like a conference call.  The only difference is that the “call” is broadcasted live to the public and is automatically transformed into a podcast recording after the live meeting is over.
    – Listen to the meeting live, and comment with any questions or feedback on this post
    – Listen to the Podcast Recording if you are not able to listen live, and comment with any questions or feedback on this post

  • 00:56

    In the "BULLPEN" with Dr. T

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                                                What Does It Mean To Be A "White Ally"?
    The current political and social climate have brought not only division, but an "awakening" of the systems of inequity in our society.  Dixon White, an anti-racist activist who has appeared on numerous national talk, news, and media platforms, joins Dr. T in the "BULLPEN" to discuss what it means to be an ally in the effort to create racial equity.
    Tuesday, 7pm EST. Call in with your questions or comments at 516-453-9957.  Become Empowered, Get Involved!!
    Follow Dr. T https://twitter.com/DrTeducates and https://www.facebook.com/DrT44/

  • 01:18

    The Voice Of Our Youth

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    Join us as we have as our guest 'The Next Generation of Leaders.'  We will be joined by 11 year old Tiana Mumphery, 13 year old Nya Carr, 18 year old Nyla Murray, 16 year old William Redding and 13 year old Mary Redding.  The election is days away and our youth will be talking to us about the election and their concerns.  They will also talk to us about the changes they would like to see take place in the world.
    These are some exceptional intelligent young people and it's going to be a dynamic show. 

  • 01:08

    The STEM Project with Subrina O~Bridging the Divide, One Conversation At-aTime

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    Radio Guest, Claudia Toback, Field Supervisor for Hunter College and Retired NYC Teacher 
    Topic:  The Role of Project-Based Learning in STEM Education
    Radio Guest: Claudia Toback began her teaching career more than 50 years ago in New York City’s public schools.  She considered herself a six-week wonder, as a “graduate” of the Intensive Teaching Training Program.  With science and math teacher shortages looming, NYC offered recent college graduates the opportunity to teach.  She took the challenge and began teaching 9th-grade science to inattentive students.  That changed when she buckled down to make science more exciting.  Claudia developed special class projects that integrated science, math and engineering, which she claims is the precursor to STEM.  Although retired from the classroom, Claudia is actively engaged in working with a new generation of science teachers in her position as a field supervisor for Hunter College.  

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    Basin street recap

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  • 00:55

    Social Media Sunday with the Delaware Blogger

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    Social media users want visual content and with over 500 million users, and 70 million photos per day being shared, Instagram is definitely here to stay. Instagram just recently launched a self-serve advertising platform which gives you even more possibilities for you and your business. 
    Instagram is a social media platform that provides endless possibilities for creativity. Allowing you to tell stories, get creative and visually identity your brand in a more real-time, fun way. You can create contests, engage with your fans, and be consistent. Instagram is a fun platform, so listen in and learn how to incorporate Instagram into your marketing campaigns.  
    Special guest is Terrance Vann, fine artist and illustrator whose work can be found on Instagram @terranceism

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    Restorative Justice is Good Medicine for Youth Violence

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    Join Rose Gordon and Zena Zumeta as they talk about what Restorative Justice and other Restorative processes are, how they work, why Restorative Justice is an effective intervention with youth who have engaged in violence and its impact on youth recidivism.
    Rose Gordon has been facilitating Restorative Justice for youth for over a decade. Less than 5% of the hundreds of youth she’s worked with committed other acts of delinquency. Rose has facilitated Restorative Approaches trainings in New Mexico and Thailand. She views Restorative Approaches as a way of building peaceful communities and an “inoculation” against violence. She’s currently the Program Coordinator for the Taos County Juvenile Justice Continuum.
    Read Rose Gordon's Blogs:  Restorative Connections
    Zena Zumeta, internationally known as both a mediator and trainer of mediators.  She is president of the  Mediation Training & Consultation Institute, Zena Zumeta Mediation Services, and The Collaborative Workplace in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  Zena is a lawyer and a former president of the Academy of Family Mediators.  She is the recipient of the Michigan Lifetime Achievement in Mediation Award; the National Education Association/Saturn Corporation Award for Union-Management Collaboration; the John Haynes Distinguished Mediator Award; and the Kumba Award from the National Conference on Minorities in ADR.

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    The Trauma Network For Men

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    TOPIC: “The Five Major Fears that the Enemy Uses to Expose and Destroy Man? Part 5
    The Men of Semper Fidelis specializes in the healing of traumatic events in the lives of men an and youth. MSF distinguishes the relationship a man has with each other, that is like no other. It goes beyond just being men, it’s a brotherhood and last for a life time. These relationships are dedicated to bringing men and youth from all racial backgrounds together and helping them establish true male relationships.  Not just pertaining to sports and casual conversations but building a brotherhood. We accomplish this by communicating with each other on how we really feel on the inside and not hiding behind our masks, but be willing to share our secrets and being accountable to each other. Our goal is not only to build friendships and establish a brotherhood between men & youth, but to be an intricate part of making a difference in the community in which we live. Before our community can change, men not women must change physically, emotionally and spiritually. This is what MSF is all about, changing men/youth lives by building healthy relationships with one another to make an impact in our community by leading, protecting and providing for our families!