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College Matters. Alma Matters. We bring you conversations, how tos, and insights from College Counselors, College students, admissions officers and other stakeholders in the college-bound process.
4 Men By Men Four friends come together to discuss authentic manhood, what defines it, and how to navigate them in our daily lives. It's the one podcast for men, they didn't know they needed.
Aim Towards The Target This Podcast focuses on encouraging HigherEd students in Academic & Christian Development & Success. We encourage Higher Ed & Graduate School students & teachers with Academic Tips for Success. As well as Spiritual encouraging thoughts as they grow and remain encouraged in the Word of God. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aimtowardsthetarget/support
Brazen Education An education podcast with a focus on speaking your truth, being transparent to help others, and having no shame about it!
Admissions Straight Talk Admissions Straight Talk is a weekly discussion of what's new, thought-provoking, and useful in the world of graduate admissions. Linda Abraham, leading admissions consultant and author, covers the application process for MBA, law school, medical school, and other graduate programs.
An Impact On Lives Baldeep Dhurkot is a name among the growing minds of India. He is a digital guy and Podcast Host of "An Impact On Lives". Exploring different fields and getting deep into E-commerce, Digital Marketing, Freelancing, and doing this decade's adventurous stuff is his love. He loves to work on business ideas and actively participate in business conversations. All in all, he is a boy doing multiple things in lesser time and working always on self-improvement.

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How to Find a Job: an Audio Guide Listen to Vurbl's audio guide on finding a job. Whether you're fresh out of college or moving from one company to the next, finding a job isn't easy, at least not without the right resources. Take a dive into this curated playlist of podcasts from professionals and industry insiders dedicated to making that elusive next job fall right into your fingertips, including tips on virtual interviewing, resumes, and much, much more. Take a listen now! Vurbl How-to Audio

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S5E13 – FZS Cheer STATE CHAMPS! Commitment. Teamwork. Togetherness. It takes more than a great routine and a lot of practice to make a squad a champion. Tune in to hear from the coach and captains of the State Champion South High varsity cheerleaders talk about the road to state, leadership and their appreciation for #Bulldogarmy
Episode 369: Marking and Grading Join Andrew Pudewa and Julie Walker in this episode to find out if it is really necessary for students to write on paper in 2023. Learn why Andrew advocates for the writing process to include what he calls the “sloppy copy.” Discover how rubrics and checklists take the guesswork out of grading papers. Andrew and Julie offer tips and tricks for correcting and grading papers in a way that is truly helpful to students.
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Structure and Style for Students
“Four Deadly Errors of Teaching Writing”
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Episode 3: Dr. Emily Roberts and Self-Awareness in Finances PART 2 Welcome back to Season 9 of Vitamin PhD!Today the hosts finish their conversation with Dr. Emily Roberts, Owner of Personal Finance for PhDs. This is part 2 of an episode discussing how we can use self-awareness to take control of our finances and set ourselves up for a fiscally sustainable and successful future.Links:Personal Finance for PhDsMoney Scripts QuizErin Lowry's Broke Millennial Book SeriesPhD Stipend SurveyNAB Budget Planner
Episode 4: Dr. Hannah Čulík-Baird on Self-Awareness Within Academia and Long-Term Projects Today, the hosts are talking with Dr. Hannah Čulík-Baird on the importance of using self-awareness to navigate academia and work on long-term projects. Links:Cicero and the Early Latin PoetsDr. Hannah Cúlik-Baird's TwitterHaruki Murakami's What I Talk About When I Talk About Running
#865: The challenges of parenting gifted children, with Gail Post On this week’s Education Gadfly Show podcast, Gail Post joins Mike Petrilli and David Griffith to discuss how parents can support their gifted children and advocate for their educational needs. Then, on the Research Minute, Amber looks at a Dallas program that used salary bonuses to attract and retain highly effective teachers at hard-to-staff schools.Recommended content:Gail’s new book: The Gifted Parenting Journey: A Guide to Self-discovery and Support for Families of Gifted ChildrenFordham’s Substack newsletter on gifted education: Advance“The wonderful but weighty challenges of parenting a gifted child” —Victoria McDougald“A formula for creating more equitable gifted and talented programs” —Wall Street JournalThe study that Amber reviewed on the Research Minute: Andrew Morgan et al., “Attracting and retaining highly effective educators in hard-to-staff schools,” NBER Working Paper (March 2023)Feedback Welcome:Have ideas for improving our podcast? Send them to our producer Nathaniel Grossman at [email protected].
#866: The challenges of implementing through-course assessments, with Scott Marion On this week’s Education Gadfly Show podcast, Scott Marion of the National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment joins Mike Petrilli and David Griffith to discuss the challenges of implementing through-course assessments, which would roll up two or three tests during the school year into a final score for accountability purposes. Then, on the Research Minute, Adam Tyner tells us about a new meta-analysis that finds how schools spend money is more important than how much they spend.Recommended content:Through-year assessment: Ten key considerations —Nathan Dadey, Carla Evans, and Will Lorié“Through-year assessment: Are we asking too much?” —Catherine Gewertz“Through-year assessment: A unified solution to measure grade-level achievement and growth” —NWEAThe study that Adam reviewed on the Research Minute: Danielle Handel and Eric Hanushek, “U.S. School Finance: Resources and Outcomes,” NBER Working Paper (December 2022) Feedback Welcome:Have ideas for improving our podcast? Send them to our producer Nathaniel Grossman at [email protected].



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2.14 Students Who Don't Care Almost every teacher has a classroom where there is one unmotivated student, regardless of what you try. The parents have lost hope. Is this failure your fault? Could a better teacher have done better? Not likely.



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Episode 178 – The Study Habits of Productive Dentists We all have the same 24 hours in a day, and productive dentists use their time differently than other practice owners. But, you don’t have to go back and get your MBA to find out how to run your practice better. You only need to listen to this new ongoing subseries of Everyday Practices Podcast, in which Co-hosts Dr. Chad Johnson and Regan Robertson will discuss lessons they’ve learned from some of the world’s leading business books, and how you can apply them to your practice. Follow along, book-by-book, or listen to the summaries provided by Dr. Chad and Regan.
Episode 179 – Is Talent Overrated? Any given person is capable of becoming a “genius” as something – it just takes time and intelligent, deliberate practice. That is the key to Geoff Colvin’s book Talent is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Glass Performers from Everybody Else, which Dr. Chad Johnson and Regan Robertson discuss in this fun and interesting episode of Everyday Practices Podcast.
473. THE FLUTIE EFFECT IN ADMISSIONS You would presume that the reputation of an institution of higher education would be based on factors like academic rigor and postgraduate success, but that would be naive. Amy and Mike invited educator Christopher Sanderson to explain the meaning of the Flutie effect in admissions. What are five things you will learn in this episode? What is the Flutie Effect?  What sporting events are most likely to trigger the Flutie Effect?  How intensely does the Flutie Effect impact admissions chances? Can non-sporting events exert a Flutie Effect? What should applicants and counselors look for to manage a potential Flutie Effect? MEET OUR GUEST Christopher Sanderson is Sanderson Test Prep's Founder and President. In 2011, when starting STP, Chris established a company and elite teaching team that cater to academically competitive students who are serious about success. Chris was born in Miami, FL and attended the University of Notre Dame. Prior to founding Sanderson Test Prep, Chris taught for Kaplan where he was responsible for hiring and training new teachers and was twice named Teacher of the Year. He now lives in San Antonio with his wife and their 3 dogs. Chris specializes in a wide variety of academic subject areas and standardized tests. Chris first appeared on the podcast in episode 161 for Making Online Tutoring Matter More and in episode 193 for a test prep profile. Find Christopher at https://sandersontestprep.com or 305-878-TEST. LINKS The Flutie Effect: How Athletic Success Boosts College Applications Who is Doug Flutie? RELATED EPISODES OVERLOOKED ASPECTS OF CAMPUS LIFE MATCHING TYPES OF STUDENTS TO TYPES OF SCHOOLS USING THE COMMON DATA SET ABOUT THIS PODCAST Tests and the Rest is THE college admissions industry podcast. Explore all of our episodes on the show page. ABOUT YOUR HOSTS Mike Bergin is the president of Chariot Learning and founder of TestBright. Amy Seeley is the president of Seeley Test Pros. If you’re interested in working with Mike and/or Amy for test preparation, training, or consulting, feel free to get in touch through our contact page.
474. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND ACADEMIC INTEGRITY Traditionally, the words “academics” and “intelligence” have always evoked a positive, mutually supportive relationship. Then AI improved! Amy and Mike invited writer Derek Newton to explain the escalating arms race between artificial intelligence and academic integrity. What are five things you will learn in this episode? How have advances in artificial intelligence changed how students work? How does AI threaten the integrity of assigned homework and papers? What other factors contribute to academic dishonesty? What have teachers and institutions done so far to combat this threat? What else can and should academia do to safeguard academic integrity? MEET OUR GUEST Derek Newton is a recognized expert in message development, media and public relations with more than 20 years experience selling people, ideas, and organizations worldwide. He is an education writer in New York City. He’s a contributing writer at Forbes and has published education bylines in outlets such as The Atlantic, the Washington Post and USA Today. For the past several years, Derek’s coverage focus has been on academic integrity – cheating. In addition to his regular education writing on higher education and education technology, he also writes a regular newsletter on academic misconduct called, “The Cheat Sheet.” Derek can be reached at [email protected]. LINKS The Cheat Sheet RELATED EPISODES THE ACADEMIC INTEGRITY ARMS RACE CHEATING AND PLAGIARISM SOFTWARE THE GROWING IMPACT OF CHEATING DURING COVID ABOUT THIS PODCAST Tests and the Rest is THE college admissions industry podcast. Explore all of our episodes on the show page. ABOUT YOUR HOSTS Mike Bergin is the president of Chariot Learning and founder of TestBright. Amy Seeley is the president of Seeley Test Pros. If you’re interested in working with Mike and/or Amy for test preparation, training, or consulting, feel free to get in touch through our contact page.
475. COMPETITIVE MINDSET IN TESTING Every meaningful challenge can be prepared and practiced for, which tends to mean that challengers vie for the best outcomes. Whether you’re competing against yourself or others, you have to put in the effort. Amy and Mike invited educator Steven Menking to explore the importance of a competitive mindset in testing. What are five things you will learn in this episode? Why is mindset such a significant factor in test prep success? What is a competitive mindset, and how does it work? Who exactly are typical test takers competing with? Does this approach benefit students beyond just test prep? What are the biggest obstacles to having a proper mindset? MEET OUR GUEST Steven Menking is the Founder and CEO of Menking Tutoring. After graduating from Williams College in 2010 with degrees in Economics and Mathematics, Steven worked on Wall Street for several years before going into business for himself as a private tutor in NYC. Over the past decade Steven has worked with hundreds of students from around the world on standardized tests and academic subjects. He founded Menking Tutoring in 2020 to provide premium SAT and ACT courses in an online, on-demand format to students around the world. Find Steven at https://menkingtutoring.com or [email protected]. LINKS Grateful for an Opportunity to Compete About That Perfect SAT Score You Expect… RELATED EPISODES MENTAL TECHNIQUES FOR PEAK TEST PERFORMANCE THE INNER GAME OF TESTING WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A BAD TEST TAKER? ABOUT THIS PODCAST Tests and the Rest is THE college admissions industry podcast. Explore all of our episodes on the show page. ABOUT YOUR HOSTS Mike Bergin is the president of Chariot Learning and founder of TestBright. Amy Seeley is the president of Seeley Test Pros. If you’re interested in working with Mike and/or Amy for test preparation, training, or consulting, feel free to get in touch through our contact page.
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Tech entrepreneur Matt Lister and Alex Mulders join Jason for a discussion about benchmarking and building a benefits marketplace.
 
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Tech entrepreneur Matt Lister and Alex Mulders join Jason for a discussion about benchmarking and building a benefits marketplace.
 
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Trends and Statistics in Employee Benefits: A Quick Guide for Small Business Owners
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SLP Goes to Turks & Caicos with Therapy Abroad In this podcast, Bob Serianni, the chair of the Speech-Language Pathology department, talks with students who traveled to Turks & Caicos to practice real-life clinical skills in that community.To learn more about our podcast series, visit salus.edu/podcasts
Joseph Larkin, University of Florida – What Do Babies’ Dirty Diapers Tell Us About COVID-19 Vaccination Mothers may be protecting their babies against COVID-19 by passing along antibodies. Joseph Larkin, associate professor of microbiology and cell science at the University of Florida, describes the process. Joseph Larkin III is an immunologist specializing in autoimmune diseases and novel treatments for these conditions. He is also interested in understanding how human milk affects […]
Andrew Neff, Emory University – Drug-Delivery Technology Opens New Doors for Psychiatric Treatments New psychiatric treatments could be on the way to the brain. Andrew Neff, visiting assistant professor of psychology at Oxford College of Emory University, discusses the benefits. Andrew Neff, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology at Oxford College of Emory University, researches mental health, education, and new technology developments in neuroscience. His Podcast and Audiobocalled Neighborhood […]
Kimia Ghobadi, Johns Hopkins University – One Size Doesn’t Fit All: An AI Approach to Healthier Eating A.I. has been getting mixed press lately, but can it help us become healthier? Kimia Ghobadi, John C. Malone assistant professor in the department of civil and systems engineering at Johns Hopkins University, considers algorithms and diets. Kimia Ghobadi is a John C. Malone Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Systems Engineering at […]
Kate Mulligan, University of Toronto – Loneliness as a Health Issue Loneliness is a growing health problem, but how do medical professionals treat it? Kate Mulligan, assistant professor of social and behavioral health sciences at the University of Toronto, has some suggestions. Dr. Kate Mulligan is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto and the Senior Director of the Canadian Institute for Social Prescribing. Her […]
Joanne Dickson, Edith Cowan University – Mental Flexibility is Key to Protecting Wellbeing in People with Chronic Pain Are you in pain? Joanne Dickson, professor of psychology and mental health at Edith Cowan University, explores how mental flexibility can help. Joanne M. Dickson is a Professor of Psychology and Mental Health in the School of Arts & Humanities, at Edith Cowan University (ECU), Australia. Her main research focuses on mental health and wellbeing, […]
Meghann Jarchow, University of South Dakota – Working in Our Place for Visionary Sustainability Thinking locally can lead to a more sustainable future. Meghann Jarchow, chair and associate professor in the department of sustainability and environment at the University of South Dakota, discusses how. Dr. Meghann Jarchow is chair and associate professor in the Department of Sustainability & Environment at the University of South Dakota.  Dr. Jarchow’s research program […]
William C. Kirby, Harvard University – The End of American Academic Leadership Just because you’re the best now, doesn’t mean you always will be. William C. Kirby, T. M. Chang professor of China Studies at Harvard University and Spangler Family Professor or Business Administration at Harvard Business School, details how American academic leadership may be threatened. William C. Kirby is T. M. Chang Professor of China Studies […]
Harvey Chochinov, University of Manitoba – Why is Being a Patient Such a Difficult Pill to Swallow Being a patient can be difficult for many reasons. Harvey Chochinov, distinguished professor of psychiatry at the University of Manitoba, details how to make it easier. Dr. Harvey Max Chochinov is a Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Manitoba and a Senior Scientist at CancerCare Manitoba Research Institute. His research in palliative care […]
Robin Craig, University of Southern California – Without Water, Native American Tribes Hit Hard by the Pandemic On University of Southern California Week:  Lack of access to water can bring dire consequences. Robin Craig, Robert C. Packard Trustee Chair in Law and professor of environmental law, explores how this affects fighting COVID-19. Robin Craig is the Robert C. Packard Trustee Chair in Law at the University of Southern California Gould School of […]
Thomas Petersen, University of Southern California – Concrete Built Half Our World, But May Be Harming It On University of Southern California Week:  Concrete has been an important part of our world, but at what cost? Thomas Petersen, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, delves in to find out. Dr. Petersen started working as an Assistant Professor in the Sonny Astani Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in Fall 2022. Prior […]
Travis Williams, University of Southern California – Making Medicine from Garbage in the Ocean On University of Southern California Week:  What to do with the plastic in the ocean is a big question for our future. Travis Williams, professor of chemistry, looks at one possible solution. Travis Williams is a professor of chemistry at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences whose research focuses on using tools […]
Bistra Dilkina, University of Southern California – In a Warmer World, Half of All Species are on the Move. Where are they going? On University of Southern California Week: In a warmer world, half of all species are on the move. Where are they going? Bistra Dilkina, associate professor of computer science, examines this. Bistra Dilkina is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Southern California. She is also the co-Director of the USC Center […]
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Change Leadership: A Practical Guide to Transforming Our Schools by Tony Wagner, Robert Kegan, Lisa Laskow Lahey, Deborah Helsing, Harriette Thurber Rasmussen, Richard W Lemons, Jude Garnier, Annie Howell
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
Books

Change Leadership: A Practical Guide to Transforming Our Schools by Tony Wagner, Robert Kegan, Lisa Laskow Lahey, Deborah Helsing, Harriette Thurber Rasmussen, Richard W Lemons, Jude Garnier, Annie Howell
What's Worth Fighting For in the Principalship by Michael Fullan
The Moral Imperative of School Leadership by Michael Fullan
The Six Secrets of Change: What the Best Leaders Do to Help Their Organizations Survive andThrive by Michael Fullan

Online resources

National Equity Project Leading for Equity Framework
National School Reform Faculty Protocols
Center For Adaptive Schools Thinking Collaborative
Concepts of C2 with Maj Josh White and MGySgt Paul O’Donnell What is a concept of command and control, really? To help us answer, we talk to Maj White and MGySgt O’Donnell, two Marines with experience at C2 at the battalion and teaching it at MCTOG.
Urban Training: Brigade and Below with Maj Steve Collins and Capt Tom Wilson In part 3 of our series on urban warfare, we discuss urban training focused at the brigade and below level with the subject-matter experts from the USMC Tactical Training and Exercise Control Group’s urban team.
Episode 301- Jakes Army Journey Jake, a 2023 UofM ROTC and UST graduate, reflects on his time at St. Thomas and as an Minnesota Army Guardsman, and tells us where he is off to next.
What's At Stake – Wednesday, April 19, 2023 Verna Avery Brown, Rev Graylan Hagler, Marsha Coleman Adebeyo, & Fahima Seck
325: How to Structure 15/30/30 Group Lessons with Lynnette Barney Our guest today, Lynnette Barney, is the owner of Creative Keys Studio and has been a music educator for over 20 years. She joins us to share some insights into her teaching style, with overlapping group lessons and how it works in her studio. She talked about how she approached the idea of teaching group lessons to her students, what motivated her to do it, and what value it brings for both the teacher and students. And finally, Lynette shared some great tips and resources to other teachers who want to explore group lessons and build community in their music studio.






* Lynnette shared a brief overview of her background and her studio at the moment.



* Overlapping group lessons and private lessons and how it works in her studio.



* The value of having lesson plans for your students.



* Lynnette’s thoughts on group teaching and what motivated her to teach this way in her studio.



* The magic of music when you make music with someone else.



* Having a high retention rate because of studio community.



* The benefits of group lessons for the teacher and the students.



* Lynette shared some cool resources and ideas for other teachers.



* Her top 3 tips for teachers who wants to explore and add group lessons in their studio.





“The magic of music happens when you make music with someone else.”



— Lynnette Barney




Links Mentioned




* Creative Keys Website



* IMT Episode 35: Teaching outside the box with Lynnette Barney




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Lynnette Barney has been a music educator in Tucson for over 20 years at her private piano studio, Creative Keys. She is a member of MTNA, ASMTA, and Tucson Music Teachers Association and has studied with Dr. Rex Woods, Dr. Jeffrey Shumway, and David Glen Hatch. Lynnette began performing with her sisters as a child and has always found her greatest joy in collaborative music. In addition to teaching musicians young and older, she especially enjoys performing duets and accompanying choirs, soloists, and ballet. Because of Lynnette’s love for collaborative music, students in Lynnette’s studio have weekly group lessons as well as private lessons. Each week they participate in a fun and interactive environment as they prepare keyboard ensemble music, improvise, develop rhythm skills, and learn theory concepts.





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Lesson 64 We conclude Ch. 37 and our discussion of the importance of physical action as the means for transforming the physical world into a home for Hashem.
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Live from New York, it’s Riley Donahue podcast 28-minute listen      Transcript coming soon Clark College alumnus Riley Donahue has made it to the big time. He’s senior designer on the digital team for “Saturday Night Live” and “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” In his spare time, he produces, designs and writes short films, like “Crossbone Skully: Evil World Machine,” featuring Johnny […] The post Live from New York, it’s Riley Donahue podcast appeared first on Clark College Foundation.
Certified Specialist In Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation as Authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court In this episode of Cardamone Law University, Attorney Michael Cardamone discusses his Certification as a Specialist in Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Law, what it means to the general public, and what it takes to obtain this prestigious designation, which only about 100 lawyers have across Pennsylvania, who represent injured workers.

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Campus: How to deal with the legacy of empire in higher education Decolonisation has become a lightning rod for critics who accuse universities and colleges of being full of liberal ideologues, with a number of pundits up in arms about efforts to decolonise reading lists and the curriculum. 
But for some scholars, decolonisation is merely a by-product of the work that they do, including our guest Farish Noor, a professor in the department of history in the Faculty of the Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Malaya in Malaysia and a professor in the Standards of Decision Making Across Cultures programme at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. Despite its complexity, Noor says, decolonisation is essential to a comprehensive view of humanity.
Many in academia doubt decolonisation's relevance for STEM subjects, but in this episode we’ll also hear from Brigitte Stenhouse, a lecturer in the history of mathematics in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at The Open University. She has overseen the creation of a database of original sources to give students a global and historical view of the discipline.

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Monday Mindset: Rejection is Protection Oftentimes things don’t go our way, and we feel like things aren’t working out for us. Instead of feeling like a failure, try switching your mindset. Sit in the knowing that something better is coming. What if that “no” you received was actually protecting you and opening you up to the possibility of something greater? So, consider where you are experiencing this type of protection in your life and realize that something better is on the way.  Here’s to another week of living intentionally. Caitlin
Visual Essays: A Writing Assignment Your Students will Actually Like – 218 Writing essays may not sound like the most exciting activity to your middle school students, but Caitlin and Jessica have a unique idea to freshen up that typical essay in your classroom! Today on the podcast, listeners will hear all about how to implement a visual essay. This is a creative assignment that will help your students practice and master the writing standards. They’re still writing an essay, but in a brand new way! As always, you’ll hear practical tips and tricks for implementing this unique activity in your own classroom.Are you enjoying the podcast?Tag us @ebacademics and let us know which episode you're listening to!Make sure to Subscribe and leave us a Review!Your review helps us reach even more middle school ELA teachers just like you! It would mean so much to us. To leave a review in iTunes, click HERE and scroll down to Rating and Reviews. Click on "Write a Review" and let us know how this podcast is helping you in your ELA classroom!Other episodes you might enjoy:Constructive Criticism: How to Change Your Mindset and Be Open to FeedbackMini Literary Analysis Writing PD: H
Monday Mindset: What’s Hard Now is Easy Later This is so applicable to every aspect of our lives. Think of something that is hard for you. Maybe it's putting your child back to bed at 2 in the morning, or maybe you’re working on pushing yourself in the gym. These things may be extremely difficult now, but in a few months they will become easy. Doing the hard work is creating habits which will in turn create an easier life for us in the future. Here’s to another week of living intentionally. Caitlin
Fun Research Project: The Year I was Born – 219 Have you ever struggled to keep your students motivated to learn at the end of the school year? Maybe you’ve been searching for ways to help your students master the standards but with an activity that appeals to them. In today’s episode, Caitlin and Jessica discuss a special research project called The Year I Was Born. Not only will your students be interested in the research, but the final project is a fun keepsake that they can enjoy for years to come.Are you enjoying the podcast?Tag us @ebacademics and let us know which episode you're listening to!Make sure to Subscribe and leave us a Review!Your review helps us reach even more middle school ELA teachers just like you! It would mean so much to us. To leave a review in iTunes, click HERE and scroll down to Rating and Reviews. Click on "Write a Review" and let us know how this podcast is helping you in your ELA classroom!Other episodes you might enjoy:Constructive Criticism: How to Change Your Mindset and Be Open to FeedbackMini Literary Analysis Writing PD: H
Monday Mindset: Normal Nervous Middle school is a tough time. There are so many things going on in the world and new challenges that our students are facing. High school is approaching, and oftentimes there are many big decisions that come with that. That may bring on anxiety or a nervous feeling. I think it’s important to discuss these things and realize that those feelings can be a “normal nervous” that everyone is dealing with. It helps to know that we are all in this together. Here’s to another week of living intentionally. Caitlin
Why Genius Hour is a Middle School "Must Try" Project – 220 The idea of a Genius Hour originated in some of today’s most innovative and groundbreaking companies, and it’s also a great activity to use in your classroom. As the school year comes to a close, and you and your students need fresh and interesting activities, we think implementing a Genius Hour in your classroom will be just the thing to motivate your students! By allowing learners to invest time in their own interests, we can encourage creativity and innovation. Listen to this week’s podcast episode to learn how to implement this unique project in your middle school classroom.Are you enjoying the podcast?Tag us @ebacademics and let us know which episode you're listening to!Make sure to Subscribe and leave us a Review!Your review helps us reach even more middle school ELA teachers just like you! It would mean so much to us. To leave a review in iTunes, click HERE and scroll down to Rating and Reviews. Click on "Write a Review" and let us know how this podcast is helping you in your ELA classroom!Other episodes you might enjoy:Constructive Criticism: How to Change Your Mindset and Be Open to FeedbackMini Literary Analysis Writing PD: H
AI Has Entered the (Academic) Chat – Dr. Rosemary Avance, Dr. Heather Stewart and Richard Sylvestre There’s a whole lot of buzz around artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots lately — you’ve probably heard the names ChatGPT, Bing AI, Google Bard and others — and that’s no different in the world of education. We sat down with three Oklahoma State University professors to discuss this oft-times polarizing new technology, including its effects on education and the ethics of its use. We even had ChatGPT write a poem for us with the prompt, “six people doing a podcast on ChatGPT.” You don’t want to miss it.

Thanks to Dr. Rosemary Avance (School of Media and Strategic Communications), Dr. Heather Stewart (Department of Philosophy) and Richard Sylvestre (Department of English) for joining us for this episode. All three are part of the OSU Center for the Humanities, which fosters the production of new interdisciplinary projects. This episode was co-hosted by OSU senior Bella Vu and CAS marketing and communications manager Elizabeth Gosney. It was edited by Jason Wallace.
EP124 Optimizing Public Health Interventions with Dr. Linda Collins In this episode, we speak with Dr. Linda Collins, Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Director of the Center for Advancement and Dissemination of Intervention Optimization (cadio). She shares her expertise in the new intervention optimization paradigm, which integrates ideas from several disparate fields to develop optimized interventions for unparalleled effectiveness and efficiency in public health. We delve into the definition of interventions in public health and how human behavior influences the field. Professor Collins also shares various case studies showcasing the collaborative nature of public health across all disciplines, and we talk about the vital work happening at cadio. On April 19, 2023, join NYU School of Global Public Health for an event titled "Intervention Optimization: GPH's Answer to the Public Health Challenge of Behavior Change" hosted by the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Center for Advancement and Dissemination of Intervention Optimization (cadio). The hybrid event will occur from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm EST at 708 Broadway, Room 801, and online via Zoom, followed by open discussion and a reception. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about cutting-edge approaches to public health interventions! RSVP: bit.ly/3KB8taE Center for Advancement and Dissemination of Intervention Optimization (cadio) website: https://cadio.org/ Dr. Linda Collins Bio: https://publichealth.nyu.edu/faculty/linda-collins To learn more about the NYU School of Global Public Health, and how our innovative programs are training the next generation of public health leaders, visit http://www.publichealth.nyu.edu.
As the weather warms, thawing ponds are dangerous for dogs and poorly screened windows create chaos for cats.
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Springtime hazards for pets Spring, like any other season, presents unique hazards for pets. But if we know what to look for, we can enjoy the time with our furry friends.
As the weather warms, thawing ponds are dangerous for dogs and poorly screened windows create chaos for cats.
Spring also means gardening, and some plants — like rhododendrons and azaleas — are toxic to pets. Fertilizers and mulch contain a wide variety of dangerous compounds too — and slug bait is especially poisonous.
A wide array of potentially dangerous creatures come out, including heartworm-carrying mosquitoes, fleas and ticks, bees and snakes. Prevention helps with the tiny ones, while vigilance mitigates the dangers of others.
Finally, some pets are allergic to dust, plants and pollen. Contact your veterinarian if your pet needs some springtime relief.
A new study that looked at two methods for protecting public schoolchildren’s teeth from cavities did just that.
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More bang for buck with simpler cavity preventive, study finds When is the last time you had scientific evidence that a cheaper option was just as effective as a pricier one?
A new study that looked at two methods for protecting public schoolchildren’s teeth from cavities did just that.
New York University researchers looked at two types of tooth-decay prevention in nearly 3,000 elementary pupils.
A method that used silver diamine [dai-uh-meen] fluoride, a liquid brushed onto the surface of teeth, was as effective as dental sealants, which are more common and cost more.
One dose of either topical treatment blocked roughly 80% of cavities and kept 50% of cavities from getting worse after two years.
The federal government advocates for and funds some dental care for schoolchildren. Painful cavities — children from low-income families are twice as likely to have them as kids from wealthier families — are associated with poor academic performance.
The NYU team’s visits to schools began in 2019, as part of a cavity prevention study called CariedAway. The randomized trial compared the simple silver diamine fluoride, called SDF, with a more complex treatment that used traditional glass ionomer [eye-AH-nuh-mer] sealants and fluoride varnish.
Both are applied to the surface of teeth.
The COVID-19 pandemic paused the study and the team finally returned to the schools for follow-up visits in March 2022.
Exams of the kids’ teeth found that both methods worked well. Just one treatment blocked more than 80% of cavities and both stopped about half of their cavities from progressing.
In this case, it seems the bargain option is a true value.
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Study: Lower your risk of death with a short walk The less exercise, the better … is a phrase no one ever says. But a new study from the University of Cambridge may offer hope for even the busiest among us.
In a new study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, scientists say 11 minutes a day of moderately intense physical activity, like a brisk walk, can be enough to lower the risk of heart disease, stroke and several types of cancer.
Currently, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death around the world. Physical activity is a key preventive — but for many, the idea of doing 150 minutes of moderately strenuous activity a week feels daunting.
The good news? Researchers found that just 75 minutes per week of moderate activity is enough to reap the benefits of more stringent exercise regimens. That aforementioned short, brisk walk can decrease your risk of developing cardiovascular disease by 17% and cancer by 7%.
In particular, you’ll lower your risk of head and neck cancers, as well as myeloid leukemia, myeloma and some stomach cancers. In short, there’s a lot to be said for even a little bit of movement.
Sports and running are great for those who enjoy them. But you can get your daily dose of that much-needed moderate activity by switching up your daily routine and swapping in some new habits, like walking to work or your local coffee shop and engaging in active play with your children or grandchildren. The key is to find something you enjoy so you’ll stand a much better chance of sticking with it.
And if changing your habits feels like too much, start small — like a nice, 11-minute walk. It’ll be over before you know it.
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Sitting on duff can lead to anxiety and depression Beware of the sedentary life. Long spells of sitting have already been linked to a host of physical ailments. Now, scientists say, it can contribute to heightened anxiety and depression.
Researchers at Iowa State University took a closer look at behavior and mental well-being in early and mid-2020. That’s when the pandemic created legions of new couch potatoes. Those who spent more time sitting during a three-month period that year were more likely to feel depressed and anxious.
The scientists analyzed survey responses from more than 3,000 people in every state and the District of Columbia. People self-reported how much time they spent sitting, exercising and using electronic devices compared with pre-pandemic times. They also indicated changes to their mental well-being, including depression, anxiety, stress and loneliness.
Among the more active people — those who got up to five hours of exercise a week before the pandemic — their physical activity dropped by 32% after COVID-19 restrictions took effect. Meanwhile, their depression, anxiety and feelings of loneliness increased.
That effect was even more pronounced among those who were less active heading into the pandemic. For people whose sitting times stayed high during early COVID-19, their symptoms of depression intensified significantly. The less active people also did not bounce back as quickly from their depressive feelings compared with more active people.
The researchers said one helpful strategy is to be aware of your lack of activity. Take regular breaks from your computer work to move around. For remote workers, a walk around the block can replicate the morning commute.
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When the dog trainer needs training While some dogs are easier to train than others, sometimes it’s the trainer who could use training.
Great dog trainers share certain traits, like patience, discipline and consistency. But other qualities are just as important. For example, the ability to really listen and adapt to each dog is key. That requires real-time collaboration with a dog and the ability to tweak methods on the fly and make it fun.
Some canine behavioral experts use parenting styles to evaluate methods of dog training. An authoritative style — that’s firm but kind and adaptable — best fosters canine persistence and attachment. That’s in contrast to a permissive style, which doesn’t set clear expectations, or an authoritarian style, which emphasizes firmness over warmth.
So, if your dog flunked obedience class, perhaps Fido isn’t the only one to blame.
Voices of Webster: Seniors reflect on high school memories Podcast editor Sam Klein talks to seniors about their best high school memories.
101. Helping You Study Smarter (Bonus Episode) This bonus episode unpacks all the different ways Exam Study Expert is available to provide you with support in studying for your exams, including a very special announcement!Join the Study Smarter Network as a Founder Member today at https://examstudyexpert.com/NetworkResources mentioned in this episode:Blog / podcast episodes grouped by topic:Outsmart Your Exams: https://geni.us/exams*Outsmart Your Studies: https://geni.us/studies*And for 1:1 Coaching: https://examstudyexpert.com/workwithme/For school / university workshops: https://examstudyexpert.com/workwithme/revision-workshops/*Hosted by William Wadsworth, memory psychologist, independent researcher and study skills coach. I help ambitious students to study smarter, not harder, so they can ace their exams with less work and less stress.** As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases on suggested books.Podcast Edited by Benoît André.Join the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-Network
102. Level Up Your Study Plan How to upgrade your study routine / revision timetable – a powerful way to get more done and take control. Part 1 of my "5 Powerful Study Upgrades" series.Learn more about the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-NetworkThe Study Smarter Network is my new signature extravaganza VIP programme lovingly designed to provide the ultimate support for students or professionals studying for challenging exams.A winning blend of next-level video teaching on exactly how to learn faster, remember more, beat procrastination and maximise your mark on exam day, backed up by personalised advice and guidance from me via regular Office Hours and Q&A.Become a Founding Member of the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-NetworkJoin the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-Network
103. Level Up Your Learning System How to upgrade your spacing / spaced repetition system – one of my all-time favourite "secret" formulas for exam success, especially when you have tonnes to memorise. Part 2 of my "5 High Impact Upgrades" series all this week on the Exam Study Expert podcast.Learn more about the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-NetworkThe Study Smarter Network is my new signature extravaganza VIP programme lovingly designed to provide the ultimate support for students or professionals studying for challenging exams.A winning blend of next-level video teaching on exactly how to learn faster, remember more, beat procrastination and maximise your mark on exam day, backed up by personalised advice and guidance from me via regular Office Hours and Q&A.Become a Founding Member of the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-NetworkJoin the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-Network
104. Level Up Your Math(s) How to learn the Math / Maths more effectively, for top scores on the quantitative element of your tests and exams. Part 3 of my "5 High Impact Upgrades" series all this week on the Exam Study Expert podcast.Learn more about the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-NetworkThe Study Smarter Network is my new signature extravaganza VIP programme lovingly designed to provide the ultimate support for students or professionals studying for challenging exams.It's an unbeatable blend of on-demand video trainings on exactly how to learn faster, remember more, beat procrastination and maximise your mark on exam day, backed up by personalised advice and guidance from me via regular Office Hours and Q&A.Become a Founding Member of the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-NetworkJoin the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-Network
105. Level Up Your Exam Writing / Essays Tricks to score higher in longer written answers and exam essays. Part 4 of the "5 High Impact Upgrades" series all this week on the Exam Study Expert podcast.Learn more about the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-NetworkThe Study Smarter Network is my new signature extravaganza VIP programme lovingly designed to provide the ultimate support for students or professionals studying for challenging exams.It's an unbeatable blend of on-demand video trainings on exactly how to learn faster, remember more, beat procrastination and maximise your mark on exam day, backed up by personalised advice and guidance from me via regular Office Hours and Q&A.Become a Founding Member of the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-NetworkJoin the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-NetworkJoin the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-Network
106. Shortcut To Levelling Up At ANYTHING The secret to levelling up faster at ANY aspect of your studies or exam prep – or in life generally! Part 5 of my "5 High Impact Upgrades" series that's been broadcasting all this week on the Exam Study Expert podcast.Learn more about the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-NetworkThe Study Smarter Network is my new signature extravaganza VIP programme lovingly designed to provide the ultimate support for students or professionals studying for challenging exams.It's an unbeatable blend of on-demand video trainings on exactly how to learn faster, remember more, beat procrastination and maximise your mark on exam day, backed up by personalised advice and guidance from me via regular Office Hours and Q&A.Become a Founding Member of the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-NetworkJoin the Study Smarter Network today at: https://examstudyexpert.com/Study-Smarter-Network
Expanded Legal Protections for Pregnant & Nursing Employees This episode discusses new federal requirements imposed on empolyers by (1) the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act and (2) the PUMP Act.
Secrets to Great Flashcards Do you make great flashcards?  Do you know what makes a good flashcard? Be prepared for the NPTE so that you can pass with flying colors! Check out www.ptfinalexam.com/podcast for more information and to stay up-to-date with our latest courses and projects.
Cramming and Crash Courses Cramming: an ineffective, stressful study pattern, usually exhibited the night before a big test. Crash Course: a rapid and intense course of study. Which is better?  Be prepared for the NPTE so that you can pass with flying colors! Check out www.ptfinalexam.com/podcast for more information and to stay up-to-date with our latest courses and projects.
Test Day Secrets–How to Have Your Best Performance EVER! Are you ready to have the best test day performance EVER?   Be prepared for the NPTE so that you can pass with flying colors! Check out www.ptfinalexam.com/podcast for more information and to stay up-to-date with our latest courses and projects.
MSK Examination Ankle A patient reports an eversion ankle sprain that occurred 3 days ago while playing basketball.  The patient displays generalized joint effusion and moderate ankle pain.  Which of the following special tests is MOST likely to exacerbate the symptoms? Be prepared for the NPTE so that you can pass with flying colors! Check out www.ptfinalexam.com/podcast for more information and to stay up-to-date with our latest courses and projects.
NM Interventions Parkinson's Disease During the intervention, the patient reports that he has had an increase in dry mouth and dizziness symptoms recently with a concomitant increase in dyskinesia.  Which of the following actions will be the MOST appropriate first step for the therapist? Be prepared for the NPTE so that you can pass with flying colors! Check out www.ptfinalexam.com/podcast for more information and to stay up-to-date with our latest courses and projects.
CP Examination 6MWT A patient with a referral for cardiac rehabilitation for heart failure is being evaluated by a physical therapist.  During the assessment, the clinician uses the 6 Minute Walk Test (6MWT) as a functional outcome measure.  Which of the following statements are TRUE regarding the use of the 6MWT? Be prepared for the NPTE so that you can pass with flying colors! Check out www.ptfinalexam.com/podcast for more information and to stay up-to-date with our latest courses and projects.
S5 E9 It’s All About Conversations In this episode, Jenn David-Lang of The Main Idea, and I interview Jim Knight about his book Better Conversations: Coaching Ourselves and Each Other to Be More Credible, Caring, and Connected. While our conversation was mainly about conversations, we did head off on some great tangents. Learn more about the Jim and his work at his website. Jenn has done a Main Idea summary of the book, and If you would like a copy, you can email her at [email protected]. As always, send your comments, questions, and show ideas to [email protected].  Consider rating the podcast in iTunes and leaving a comment.  And please pass the show along to your colleagues.  If you or someone you know would like to sponsor the show, send me an email at [email protected].
Ep. 145: Debunking Balanced Literacy Arguments with Pamela Snow Pamela Snow, professor at Latrobe University in Australia, discusses the arguments that keep surfacing when educators are resistant to move away from balanced literacy. You might have heard a few: Systematic phonics teaching is just for Tier 2.The goal of balanced literacy is for children to love reading. Explicit teaching kills the love of reading. Give them time, they’ll catch on or catch up. Teacher should choose what they think is best. Pam’s blog post, Balanced Literacy Bingo, debunks each idea listed above and more. ResourcesThe Snow Report Blog and Balanced Literacy BingoA School Leader’s Sliding Doors Moment by Sue Knight Dear Balanced Literacy Teacher Podcast and Blog La Trobe University’s Short Courses: Introduction, Intermediate, Secondary and Masters in LinguisticsConnect with usFacebook and join our Facebook Group Twitter Instagram Visit our website to stay connected with Melissa and Lori! Helping teachers learn about science of reading, knowledge building, and high quality curriculum.
[Listen Again] Ep. 118: Rethinking Reading Comprehension with Researcher Hugh Catts In this episode, researcher Hugh Catts discusses his pivotal piece titled Rethinking How to Promote Reading Comprehension | American Federation of Teachers. He asserts, “Reading comprehension is thinking with a book in your hand.” There are three factors that impact reading comprehension: the reader, the text, and the activity (task or purpose). He talks with Melissa and Lori about the role knowledge plays in reading comprehension, the interaction of the knowledge the text demands vs. the knowledge a student brings to a task, and the implications of knowledge in instruction and assessment.Resources Rethinking How to Promote Reading Comprehension | American Federation of Teachers Language and Reading Research Consortium Study Listening strategies in the L2 classroom: more practice, less studyConnect with us!Facebook and join our Facebook Group Twitter Instagram Visit our website and subscribe to our newsletter. Helping teachers learn about science of reading, knowledge building, and high quality curriculum
Raven Career Development – James O'nieal James O’Neal is the founder of Raven Careers and a good friend of TPN. He founded Raven Careers in 2010 to provide aviation professionals with the resources to successfully develop their careers. He is an ATP-certified pilot with type ratings in King Air 300, Citation Sovereign, and Embraer 170/190 aircraft. He understands pilots and the challenges they face during their careers. 
TPNx is just around the corner, and the airlines are currently going through a hiring boom. So in this episode, James shares some valuable tips for job interviews, job fairs, and fielding job offers. 

8:43 – Navigating the problem of multiple job offers 
11:30 – Staying true to what career path serves you best 
18:03 Is there another furlow in the future? 
21:58 – Advice for anyone going to TPNX
30:58 – Mindset tips for job hunting and interviews 

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VA Disability, Your FAA Medical, and Managing Health Concerns with Dr. Keith Roxo Dr. Keith Roxo is the commercial Operations Director with Wingman Med. If you hold or hope to hold an FAA Medical, they are here to help you. Keith was on the show just about a year ago, so go back and check out that episode if you haven’t heard it before. 
In the show today, Keith and Joe talk about navigating the VA disability process and accessing your true VA disability benefits without putting your FAA Medical at risk. We also do some scenario training to equip pilots to seek their needed medical attention and maintain their FAA Medical. 
Nothing discussed today is legal or medical advice, this is for informational purposes only. 

5:47 – How your VA disability claim could compromise your FAA Medical 
9:00 – How to navigate the VA disability and the FAA Medical to maximize both 
14:52 – Common missteps in VA disability claims 
25:35 – Being proactive with your medical care without compromising your FAA Medical 
35:05 – Bridging the gap between your primary medical provider and your FAA doctor 
40:00 – Hashing out potential scenarios 

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Avelo Air – Scott Hall Scott is the VP of flight ops for Avelo Air. They are a small startup airline, and they have a lot to offer pilots as employees and crew members. You will be able to catch up with Scott and Avelo at TPNx this year. 
This episode is for anyone who wants to prep for an interview with Avelo Air. Make sure you listen all the way to the end of the episode for some solid tips on getting into the airline industry. 

2:34 – Scott’s background and how he became a founder of an airline 
5:46 – How to start an airline in a nutshell 
8:44 – Some of the stats and info on Avelo Air 
16:58 – Avelo’s timeline from a qualifying application to a training date (it’s pretty fast) 
19:15 – What Avelo likes to see in their applicants 
30:17 – Minimum qualifications to be considered by Avelo 

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Delta Air Lines with Captain Ashish Naran Delta Airlines will be at TPNx on April 21 and 22nd, so on the episode today, captain Ashish Naran is joining us for a TPNx preview. Ashish is a pilot recruiter with Delta, and he has held a few different positions with the company. Listen to this episode if you are interested in catching up with Delta at TPNx. We will be sharing everything you need to know about Delta Airlines, its hiring process, and how you can prepare yourself to stand out.

2:45 – The current and future state of Delta Airlines 
6:46 – Hiring plans that Delta has for the rest of the year 
7:41 – What to expect when you sign up for a timeslot with Delta 
10:40 – Inside Delta’s unique hiring process 
12:11 – How to prepare for an interview with Delta 
15:23 – A typical hiring timeline with Delta 
18:21 – Minimum requirements to become a Delta pilot and how to stand out 



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From Bottles to Boardrooms: Navigating the Pump Act for Pregnant Workers Are you a working parent expecting a baby? Or are you an HR professional looking to support pregnant and nursing employees? Regardless, you'll want to tune in to this episode of Human Solutions. Pete Wright hosts experts Kyle Pardo and Tom Jones from AIM HR Solutions as they discuss everything from legal requirements for employers to mental health support for pregnant workers.We'll explore the PUMP Act, a new law expanding the 2010 break time law for nursing mothers in the workplace. We'll navigate the ins and outs of the legislation and learn how HR professionals can ensure they stay up to date on relevant laws and regulations related to pregnancy and the workplace. But we won't stop there. We'll also explore pregnancy discrimination and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Whether you're a working parent, an HR professional, or just curious about this important topic, you won’t want to miss this episode.Links & Notes
FLSA Protections to Pump At Work
Fact Sheet #73: FLSA Protections for Employees to Pump Breast Milk at Work
MCAD Guidance on the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
What You Should Know about the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
What to Expect When You're Expecting (and After the Birth of Your Child)…at Work
The PUMP for Nursing Mothers Act: What You Should Know
114: How to Handle Discouragement with Crawford Loritts Renowned speaker, author, pastor, and ECS grandparent Crawford Loritts joins Equip to walk us through Biblical approaches to handling discouragement.
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How to Easily Land More Clients as a Freelancer When you’re trying to fill your schedule or get your business off the ground, I know that it can seem difficult to find that next client. But I’d like to flip your mindset to make it a whole lot simpler. 
 
Today I have 7 tips for you and as you start implementing these and building good business habits, you’ll be booking new clients with ease! 
 
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The #1 Way to Build Your Audience Organically, Through Simple Virtual Summits with Kylie Kelly Growing your online audience sure makes a big impact on having a bigger client pool which equals growth in your business. And today we have a self proclaimed introvert to help give us all the tips on exactly how we can do that. 
 
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You have the skills, now it’s time to get the audience that you need! 
 
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Student Success Stories: Why Joining The Prep 2.0 was the Best Decision with Maegan Green Running your own business can be lonely, and HARD… but it sure doesn’t have to be! Today we have Maegen joining us to share all about her experience as a brand new virtual assistant and how being a part of the Prep 2.0 has impacted her journey over just a month and a half! 
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AI and Academia: ChatGPT in Higher Education Intro | 0:00What is Chat GPT? | 0:50How is Chat GPT interacting in the current Higher Ed Space? | 7:00Chat GPT as a Skill | 10:20Cadence by Mongoose | 13:32ChatGPT Impacts in Software | 14:00 Key Benefits of Using Chat GPT | 18:37Higher Ed’s Leverage of Chat GPT | 21:53Closing + Connect with Our Guests | 28:37
Admissions Denied: Exploring Inequity on College Campuses Social-organizational psychologist Dr. Leanna Son Hing joins us to discuss inequity on college campuses, specifically in the world of admissions. She uncovers many hidden biases using real-world examples and offers tips for colleges and universities to create a culture of support at their institution.  Intro | 0:00Admissions-Related Issues with Bias | 4:15Universities Are Trying, But We Still Won’t See Equality | 10:50Addressing Pipeline Issues | 18:25Tips to Minimize Bias | 24:10Closing & Summary | 30:15
Ep. 185: Right-Sizing the University – LIVE from SXSW EDU 2023 This special live episode of the podcast was recorded on stage at SXSW EDU 2023 in Austin, Texas. The panelists included Matt Tower, Ciara Hamagishi, and Kelvin Bentley and they discussed strategies for institutions to intentionally balance their limited resources between physical assets and digital infrastructure. The full session description is below:“Higher ed institutions continue to face headwinds due to enrollment declines, so limited resources must be deployed intentionally. The solution is to “right size” the different components of the institution to adapt to a constantly changing landscape. This takes the shape of things such as converting computer labs into esports arenas, integrating chatbots, and the metaverse. The result is that increasingly hybrid students are digitally engaged while optimizing the expertise of faculty and staff.” This episode is brought to you by our friends at DD Agency:DD Agency is a higher ed-specific marketing technology agency that has conducted countless SEO Audits for colleges and universities across the country. In these audits, they detail where you currently rank, what you could be ranking for, exactly how copy should be tweaked on website pages, and much more. If this sounds like something you could benefit from, give those folks a ping and be sure to mention that Enrollify sent you to claim a 10% discount on any of their SEO offerings. Head on over to enrollify.org/ddaseo, or simply follow the link in the show notes below…that will guarantee you get a 10% discount off of your audit.  About the Enrollify Podcast Network The Higher Ed Geek is a part of the Enrollify Podcast Network. If you like this podcast, chances are you’ll like otherEnrollifyshows too!  Our podcast network is growing by the month and we’ve got a plethora of marketing, admissions, and higher ed technology shows that are jam packed with stories, ideas, and frameworks all designed to empower you to be a better higher ed professional. Our shows feature a selection of the industry’s best as your hosts. Learn from Jaime Hunt, Allison Turcio, Corynn Myers, Dustin Ramsdell, Terry Flannery, Jaime Gleason and many more. Learn more about The Enrollify Podcast Network at podcasts.enrollify.org. Our shows help higher ed marketers and admissions professionals find their next big idea — come and find yours!
10/06/2022: Melinda Pfundstein Melinda Pfundstein joins the podcast.
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03/28/2023: Roger Launius Roger D. Launius is Principal of Launius Historical Services, Auburn, Alabama. Between 1990 and 2002 he served as chief historian of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. From there he moved to the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., where he served most recently as Associate Director for Collections and Curatorial Affairs until retirement in 2017. He is the author, most recently, of The Smithsonian History of Space Exploration: From the Ancient World to the Extraterrestrial Future (Smithsonian Books, 2018); Apollo's Legacy: The Space Race in Perspective (Smithsonian Books, 2019); Reaching for the Moon: A Short History of Space Race (Yale University Press, 2019); The NASA Archives: From Project Mercury to the Mars Rovers, 60 Years in Space (Taschen, 2019); An Unofficial History of NASA Mission Patches (Thunder Bay Press, 2020); and NASA Space Shuttle: 40th Anniversary (Motorbooks, an Imprint of The Quarto Group, 2021). He was a consultant to the Columbia Accident Investigation Board in 2003 and served on several review boards of the National Academy of Sciences. He is also a recipient of the NASA Exceptional Service Medal and the Exceptional Achievement Medal. He has been a guest commentator on space history for all the major television and news radio networks.
3.44 Fall and Rise of China: Sino-French War of 1884-1885 #1: Battle of Fuzhou Last time we spoke about the beginning of the Tonkin campaign of 1883-1886. Henri Riviere picked up after Garnier and got himself killed on the Paper bridge. In the face of a unauthorized and failed Tonkin Campaign, that should have been the nail in the coffin. But a new administration took hold in France and they were certainly more gung-ho about colonizing southeast asia. General Bouet picked up after Riviere, but he was met with some failure and uninspiring victories. He quit his job and it fell to Admiral Courbet to continue France’s campaign to take all of Tonkin. However to defeat the Black Flag Army of Liu Yongfu was a tricky thing as the Qing were covertly supporting them. France had to decide if she would continue, for if she did it might mean another war against the Qing dynasty.   #44 The Sino-French War of 1884-1885 part 1: Battle of Fuzhou   Welcome to the Fall and Rise of China Podcast, I am your dutiful host Craig Watson. But, before we start I want to also remind you this podcast is only made possible through the efforts of Kings and Generals over at Youtube. Perhaps you want to learn more about the history of Asia? Kings and Generals have an assortment of episodes on history of asia and much more  so go give them a look over on Youtube. So please subscribe to Kings and Generals over at Youtube and to continue helping us produce this content please check out www.patreon.com/kingsandgenerals. If you are still hungry for some more history related content, over on my channel, the Pacific War Channel where I cover the history of China and Japan from the 19th century until the end of the Pacific War. Admiral Courbet just received reinforcements in the form of 10,000 men, 6 gunboats and orders to attack Liu Yongfu and the Black Flag regardless of how it might drag the Qing dynasty into war. The Black Flag Army had set up camp in the fortified city of Son Tay which lay a few km’s south of the red river. The city fort was in a pentagonal formation with walls 11 feet high, surrounded by a deep moat and within the center was a citadel. The french scouts estimated the fort had well over 100 cannons, this was not going to be a walk in the park as they say.  Liu Yongfu and the Black Flag Army knew the French would approach Son Tay from the east using their gunboats along the Red River. This was because the Black Flat had hired european engineers in advance to convert the town north of Son Tay blocking its approach into a impregnable strongpoint. Large dykes, water filled ditches, bamboo palisades and trenches surrounded it and offered the Black Flag Army extremely well positioned defensive lines. Thus to take a northern route meant the French would have to take Phu Sa. Liu Yongfu had roughly 3000 veteran Black Flag soldiers , 7000 local vietnamese troops led by Prince Hoang Ke Viem and an additional 1000 Qing troops led by Tang Zhiong. Hoang Ke Viem’s men manned the citadel, Tang Zhiong’s were inside the city and the walls and field were Black Flag Army’s responsibility.  On the other side, Admiral Courbet deployed 9000 of his men for the campaign against Son Tay, distributed into two columns led by Colonel Belin and Bichot. Belin would lead 3300 men consisting of 2 Turco battalions, 1 marine battalion, some Cochinchinese riflemen, 1 foreign legion battalion, 3 marine artillery batteries and 800 Tonkinese rifleman. Bichot’s group consisted of 3 marine battalions, some Cochinchinese riflemen, a fusilier-marins battalion and 3 artillery batteries. Both columns departed from Hanoi on December 11th. Bichot’s group were transported up the Red River by the 6 gunboats and made it ashore on the western bank of the Day River, where they secured a pathway for Belin’s column to march. By December 13th both columns met up 5 km’s away from the forward defensive lines of Son Tay. On December 14th the French advanced from the east towards the Phu Sa positions, beating back some Black Flag sorties against their flanks. They opened fire with their artillery for 2 hours upon the Phu Sa gun placements. Then 2 forward battalions seized the most forward defensive position at Phu Sa, but from there they found no way to keep pushing forward. During this action the French had
Episode 71: Taking Action on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion VP Community and Wellness Natalia Iwanek looks at ways we can all make a difference in improving the equity, diversity, and inclusion, starting with exploring inclusive language along with Kelly Gordon from Athabasca University. Kelly and Natalia look at the power of language and the ways it can be used to include people and groups often excluded. Natalia then interviews three members of AUSU's EDI Committee on how they are taking action to make their campus better for everyone.
Starring: Athabasca University Counsellor Kelly Gordon, AUSU EDI Committee Members Eva Embree, Allie Wojtaszek, Joy Katjamana, and AUSU VP Community and Wellness Natalia Iwanek
Creating a Winning Offer – EP217 – Homeownership In this episode we discuss that when creating an offer in a bidding war there are a lot of factors to take into place. One of the most important to winning is understanding what the SELLER wants. As a buyer in a bidding war it is important to speak with your lender and attorney early. You can find out things like your maximum qualifications and timelines that work for their schedules. While the purchase price often is one of the most important parts to winning a bidding war it is not always. Make sure to hone in on all your terms including but not limited to inspection terms, appraisal requirements, timelines, and all other contingencies.
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