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Historical perspectives, basic instructional techniques, approaches to problems in one's own instructional area, roles in and designs for a total school program, what research and authorities suggest, and consideration of contemporary issues and concerns. Prerequisite: Admission I. 435/635
 
What if everything you’ve been told about aging is wrong? Our culture tells us that aging will change us against our will, and for the worse. Internationally acclaimed longevity expert Dr. Bill Thomas argues that this is false. Joined by co-host and performer Nate Silas Richardson in the only “Physician and Musician” duo, The Aging Literacy Podcast challenges listeners to reject ageist stereotypes and explore aging as a vivid and enlivening process that presents us with extraordinary risks, ...
 
This podcast will focus on teaching young adults the basics of financial literacy. I will be talking about investments in things such as stocks and crypto. On top of that, I will be talking about the importance of retirement accounts, and how to budget properly. There will be a new episode posted every week to help young adults in their financial adventures!
 
Physician finances are unique. The MD Financial Literacy Podcast is a resource for all of Canada’s physicians and their families. Gain confidence in all aspects of your financial life with a broad range of episodes addressing topics from normalizing debt to retirement readiness. With this podcast you can feel more confident about achieving your financial planning goals.
 
Literacy Kings breaks down popular financial books in a culturally relevant way for people of color who have been marginalized. Our podcast is a mix of education, entertainment, business, investing, and the break down of important finance trends. Host Corey Paul (Rapper and Entrepreneur) and JaMorcus Trayham, MBA (Investor and Teacher) grew up in a neighborhood with a 30% drop out rate and didn’t start reading books until we were adults. Our lives changed! If you're trying to learn more abou ...
 
Your connection to the art and science of feeling really good… body, mind, and spirit. Turn on to the wisdom of your body as we connect your wellness dots by exploring whole person healing, from neuroscience and nutrition to sexual health and sleep. Join the wellness revolution and start speaking your body’s language.
 
Join Hassan Thomas, Founder and CEO of the brand — FYI FLI (For Your Information: Financial Literacy & Investing), as he discusses exciting ways to help millennials build healthy relationships with their finances. You’re never too young to empower yourself with knowledge and information designed to enhance your life. And Hassan Thomas is passionate about empowering his peers and people. In the podcast you’ll hear him discuss strategies for saving, budgeting, investing, taxes, retirement, and ...
 
My name is Troy A. Burgher, the host of this show, and the Owner of TAB Training & Consulting, LLC.The vision of TAB Training & Consulting, LLC is to bridge the technology literacy gap. We specialize in working with community-based social-service organizations, religious institutions, and city-sponsored organizations to identify and address the computer and technology literacy needs of their respective community and of its residents. Most of the communities we serve are often economically di ...
 
Do you find yourself seeking new ideas when it comes to literacy instruction in elementary classrooms? The Literacy Dive is a podcast that offers actionable steps and information for ELA teachers. The host, Megan Polk from The Literacy Dive, shares literacy tips and strategies she has learned from her years of experience as an elementary teacher and literacy specialist. Dive in with us every Monday for a new episode on various literacy topics!
 
Knowing your child is struggling with reading is devastating. They are struggling with school, self-confidence, and so much we can't understand. Sammy Bohannon, tutor and CEO of Growing Literacy Tutoring (formerly Bohannon English Learning Academy) discusses reading and writing topics that can help parents increase their students' literacy through reading and writing tips and tricks that were learned from over six years in the classroom. If you are a parent or an educator who would like to h ...
 
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Jenn David-Lang is truly a Mastermind! Her strategic, structured, and supportive virtual Professional Learning Communities help school leaders grapple and tackle lots of difficult topics, ranging from How can leaders support student engagement during a pandemic? to How can leaders create space for teacher wellbeing? Check out her Mastermind PLC pap…
 
Professor Jason Last, MD, is University Dean of Students at University College Dublin in Ireland. Building on his experience as a practicing physician, Last has led and participated in many graduate medical education initiatives and programs. This includes work in patient education and advocacy. In this podcast, Professor Last talks with Helen Osbo…
 
EPISODE OVERVIEW Research shows that 90% of new businesses fail. But yours doesn't have to. In today's show, we break down how proper planning prevents poor performance. Working on your business before it becomes a “real” business can save you a lot of heartache and pain. Let’s Go! “WHAT IS YOUR PERSONAL REASON FOR STARTING A BUSINESS? Ask yourself…
 
While the holiday season is exciting, it is also notoriously a time that students are distracted and energetic. There are so many extra activities that need to be added to the schedule which means ditching those daily academic lessons. In this episode, I will discuss how to get through the holiday season without abandoning teaching your literacy co…
 
Identifying text structure is an important element of the Common Core State Standards, but what does research say about what it is and how it should be taught? Dr. John Z. Strong is back on the show today to talk about these questions. He developed and investigated an intervention called ‘Read STOP Write’ to support students knowledge and use of te…
 
Whether you are just at the beginning of your medical journey or a seasoned physician, your retirement plan is important in making sure that you and your family are taken care of. In this episode, hosted by Curtis Anderson with special guest Stephen Hunt, we chat about how to prepare for retirement as a physician. Legal disclaimers and full transcr…
 
It’s GIVING TUESDAY, and if you’re a Literacy Lover like us, then what better way to show your literacy love than to donate to The Truth About Reading documentary? We caught up with the team for a second podcast to react to the teaser and hear about the journey they’ve taken since we last spoke with them. And, be sure to follow The Truth About Read…
 
Natalie Wexler once said that parents are the sleeping giants in this reading science movement. The parents in Minneapolis Public Schools are awake and ready! They are passionate, informed advocates who developed a coalition of families willing to speak out and say, “Our kids deserve access to structured literacy. Less than 50% of students read at …
 
EPISODE OVERVIEW We Back! This season we're breaking down, "Before You Quit Your Job: 10 Real-Life Lessons Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Building a Multimillion-Dollar Business" by Robert Kiyosaki (Rich Dad, Poor Dad) The book highlights 10 key lessons you need to understand to build a Million dollar business. Today, we will give an overview…
 
In today’s episode, we talk with special educator Katie Overstreet, who responded to a social media post with unwavering belief in her students and a can-do attitude. Her response stood out to us for so many reasons… such as the tangible ways she removes barriers for her students and her use of scaffolding techniques to support access to rigorous t…
 
I have to admit that my episode last week with my guest and good friend, Aylin Claahsen, got me thinking more deeply about reading fluency. I realized that we can grow our student’s reading fluency with something that we’re already doing, which is read alouds. I’m not talking about those days when you pick a book off the shelf and decide to share a…
 
In this episode, hosted by Aaron Theilade with special guest Jeff Blain, we discuss the importance of financial planning for physicians and their families. Legal disclaimers and full transcript available here: https://invested.mdm.ca/financial-literacy-podcast/podcast-finlit-episode-5-financial-planning-for-physicians…
 
In this episode, hosted by Thuy Chou with special guest Chris Warner, we focus on spouses and partners of physicians, and discuss their unique experiences as part of physician households. Legal disclaimers and full transcript available here: https://invested.mdm.ca/financial-literacy-podcast/podcast-finlit-episode-6-what-you-need-to-know-financiall…
 
The city of Los Angeles is set to host Super Bowl LVI and the championship game is expected to bring in as much as $477 million. Job creation and tourists are major factors to how big events affect the economies of their host cities. This year's Super Bowl is extra important coming out of the economic blow due to the coronavirus pandemic. 🔐 Join ou…
 
I can not wait for you to listen to this episode with a special guest and friend of mine, Aylin Claahsen. Aylin is a certified reading specialist, literacy consultant, and curriculum designer who loves sharing literacy tips for teaching readers. Specializing in Kindergarten-5th Grade, she can be found sharing literacy tips on her blog, social media…
 
Thank you for your continued support with the podcast! My goal is to publish two episodes a month, I would love some help to make that happen. Two things I am looking for: #1 Someone willing to help me with backend work. This includes audio editing, uploading, and show notes. I can show you how! #2 Donations. I would love some $$$ to pay the person…
 
EPISODE OVERVIEW Today, everybody is talking about Shiba Inu. Before that, Dogecoin. Before that, GameStop and AMC. Before that, some other hustle. With so much Internet CAP and fake gurus today, it’s easy to confuse gambling with investing. If you listen to today's show, by the end, you will know the difference fa sho!🔐 Join our Patreon community …
 
It’s hard to imagine a time when Samuel L. Jackson wasn’t the unassailable pinnacle of Hollywood cool, but cool is made, not born. And that’s where Gavin Edwards’ new biography of the actor, Bad Motherfucker, comes in. Edwards charts Jackson’s rise from his southern upbringing to his radicalization at Morehouse College, through his struggles with a…
 
Sheeba Jacob’s blog post caught our attention when she wrote, “While I could see myself in some of these books because of universal experiences like grief and love, limiting the reading experience to a few specific voices subconsciously taught me that only certain voices mattered.” Two things are true: Texts are at the core of literacy instruction …
 
Natalie Wexler once said that parents are the sleeping giants in this reading science movement. The parents in Minneapolis Public Schools are awake and ready! They are passionate, informed advocates who developed a coalition of families willing to speak out and say, “Our kids deserve access to structured literacy. Less than 50% of students read at …
 
Buying a home is a massive undertaking for anyone. In this episode, hosted by Tanis Roadhouse with special guest Gareth Canning, we talk about the decision of whether to buy property as a resident or new-in-practice physician, the advantages to owning a home, the extra costs and additional responsibilities that come with it. Legal disclaimers and f…
 
Last week I talked about writing prompts and this week I will continue the conversation by giving you tips to implement writing prompts. If you haven’t been using writing prompts regularly, I can imagine it may be intimidating to put it on your schedule every day of the week. What I can also tell you is that if writing prompts stress you out, then …
 
In this episode, Lindsay Kemeny, 2nd grade teacher, gives a deep dive into her evidence-based, small group instruction time. Her journey to the science of reading was necessary and life altering. It led her to clarity on structured, systematic approaches to teaching reading. She discusses informal and formal assessments, how she uses data to determ…
 
EPISODE OVERVIEW I know we all probably sick and tired of hearing about Covid. But the truth of the matter is if you were paying attention it produced life-changing opportunities. Today we break down lessons and opportunities produced by the Covid Pandimeic for investors, business owners, or anybody trying to raise their financial IQ. Did you under…
 
Andrew Kaufman MD joins me on this episode for a conversation exploring the origins of disease and the future of medicine. Dr. Andy is a public speaker, researcher, natural healing, business, education consultant, inventor and Covid-19 whistleblower. Dr. Andy has a B.S. from M.I.T. in Molecular Biology and completed his psychiatric training at Duke…
 
In this episode, hosted by Chris Warner with special guest Aimee King, we focus on everything you need to know about financing your medical training. Legal disclaimers and full transcript available here: https://invested.mdm.ca/financial-literacy-podcast/podcast-finlit-episode-2-financing-educationBy MD Financial Management
 
In this inaugural episode, hosted by Pamela Allen with special guest Samantha Findlay, we talk about why physician finances are so unique, how it impacts the whole family, and how MD Financial Management can help with physician-focused advice. Legal disclaimers and full transcript available here: https://invested.mdm.ca/financial-literacy-podcast/p…
 
Guess what?! Today’s episode is my one year anniversary of The Literacy Dive Podcast. How exciting is that? Whether you’ve listened to one episode, every single one, or somewhere in between…thank you! To add to the excitement, this episode is airing on November 1, 2021. The beginning of a new month is always a fun and refreshing time. I remember my…
 
Aisha Langford, PhD, MPH is an assistant professor of population health at NYU Langone Health. Her research interests include health communication and medical decision-making in certain chronic health conditions. Prior to working in academic research, Langford held professional roles in public relations, adult literacy, and community outreach. She …
 
10-31-21 Mark taught today’s Biblical-Literacy class - The Key and the Secret - from Philippians 4:10-13 Faith demands more than tunnel vision.  1. Practice what you preach. Rejoice in the Lord always.  2. The blessing of relationship.    Paul shows a 3-way bond: Christ, Paul, and the Philippians.     Paul encourages us to be a giver and a good rec…
 
Decades before it came under Disney control, 20th Century Fox was one of the most respected, innovative movie studios in Hollywood, under the leadership of legendary, complicated, producer Darryl F. Zanuck. The bad: he was a notorious and habitual user of the casting couch, and he was certainly never mistaken as one of Hollywood’s nice guys on any …
 
Last week I talked about context clues strategies, but I’m sure many of you are wondering how to apply them and when. I got you! This episode is going to cover how to use the different strategies I shared and really give you a framework for implementing them. Just like all the great activities in literacy, you can start teaching context clues by us…
 
Philippians, 4:7-8 Watch Me!:Speaker: Dr. David CapesDr. Capes begins the lesson with a detailed discussion of what Paul tells us to think about in Philippians, 4:8. A summary of what Paul tells us to think about is, whatever is true, honorable, just, pure, lovely, commendable, if there is any excellence and if there is anything worthy of praiseDr.…
 
In this episode we talked with UnboundED’s Brandon White and Alice Wiggins about the Equitable ELA Instruction Concept Paper. In our conversation, we’ll discuss effective and equitable instruction and the most efficient path to access it. This requires us, as educators, to do three things: Adopt an aligned curriculum. Provide instructional support …
 
Kory Jensen is a 4th grade teacher in Colorado, obsessed with learning more about reading science! He read The Knowledge Gap by Natalie Wexler… which set him off to learn more about knowledge building. On today’s podcast, he talks about how background knowledge impacts his students’ comprehension and engagement (spoiler alert: they love going deep …
 
Jason Oleskevich is a veteran teacher in Colorado. After 20 years of teaching, he started thinking the grass was greener outside the teaching realm, but after a year off realized he was a happier person in the classroom. Listen to this episode to hear his story, and find out why teaching is the best career out there for many of us.…
 
We all know Jay Z as a mogul and part of that was being part-owner of the Brooklyn Nets. As the 2021-22 NBA season tips off, we look back at the details of his ownership stake and how he was able to make an impact on his hometown. 🔐 Join our Patreon community to get early access, exclusive content, merch, and become a part of our private community!…
 
There’s a good chance that your students have heard the term “context clues” before. But do they actually know what it means? Are they really able to apply strategies to figure out the meaning of unknown words? In my experience, using context clues is one of those skills that students are aware of, but struggle to implement independently. Today I’m…
 
Mark continued his teachings from the book of Philippiansby focusing on Chapter 4:4-6 titled Catch the Task . . .Catch the Theology.Paul was a “task theologian.” He wrote in a way that madethe lessons of God memorable. He used assonance(related in sound) and chiasmus (a memorable structure).Mark shared three points in today’s lesson:1. Rejoice: Phi…
 
Welcome back to the latest installment of Power 180's- 3 minutes of Housing Literacy that can change your life (sponsored by Powerful Homes). On today’s topic: What does it mean to have a Powerful Home? It is one that is OWNED because we believe ownership changes everything in your life. Something is activated when you make the decision to own your…
 
Today we talk with author and professor Dr. Morgan Polikoff. His first book, Beyond Standards: The Fragmentation of Education Governance and the Promise of Curriculum Reform, provides insights along the rocky road of standards in education. The goal of the standards movement is consistency, as page 39 states, “consistency in instruction across clas…
 
EPISODE OVERVIEW Everybody knows 50 Cent. Get Rich or Die Trying, G-Unit, Power and on and on. And whether you love em or hate em, there's no denying that he is a BUSINESS MAN. I knew 50 was an investor, but bruh! The diversity of 50’s portfolio is stupid! But HOW? How did a stick-up kid from Jamaica Queens build an investment portfolio like this? …
 
Lynette Rice has covered Grey’s Anatomy from the beginning: as it became a culture-defining phenomenon in the 2000s, as it faced cast meltdowns and blowups, as it cycled through stars, as it killed off McDreamy, and as it aged into an old reliable in an otherwise uncertain network television landscape (18 seasons and counting!). She delves into it …
 
How do your students become successful and descriptive writers? I get this question all the time. Do you want to know my secret? The one thing that plays the greatest role in helping young learners improve their writing skills is the art of storytelling. The power of storytelling became clear to me when I was teaching kindergarten. Telling personal…
 
Welcome back to the latest installment of Power 180's- 3 minutes of Housing Literacy that can change your life (sponsored by Powerful Homes). On today’s topic: What does it mean to have a Powerful Home? It is one that is OWNED because we believe ownership changes everything in your life. Something is activated when you make the decision to own your…
 
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