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Discover ancient Egypt, in their own words. This podcast uses ancient texts and archaeology to uncover the lost world of the Nile Valley. A tale of pharaohs, pyramids, gods, and people. The show is written by a trained Egyptologist and uses detailed, up-to-date research. We dive deep into the ancient society, to uncover their fascinating tales. A member of the Agora Podcast Network. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
On the Highest Aspirations Podcast, we engage in important conversations about the most rapidly growing student demographic in the United States - English Language Learners. We speak with educators and students, researchers and policy makers, and parents and community members about how we can help all students reach their highest aspirations. Join us on this important journey as we bring the vibrant ELL Community together around the topics that matter most to the students we serve.
 
The Great Trials Podcast offers a series of laid-back, casual conversations with leading trial lawyers, taking listeners "behind the scenes" of America’s greatest trials. Hosted by acclaimed trial lawyers Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey, each podcast episode focuses on one important trial and includes in-depth, insightful interviews with the attorneys who successfully argued the case in front of a judge and jury.
 
A reproduction of shows featuring legendary folk singer Bruce Utah Phillips. A collage of rants, poetry, tales and reminiscences mixed with little known music and talk from over 1,000 tapes of everything under the sun, from tramping and labor (historic and contemporary) to baseball and old friends...from unreleased Lord Buckley to animals, children, tall tales, Paul Robeson, and most of what you need to know about life on the open road...and always music.
 
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What are some steps that educators can take now to build positive relationships with students and their families this school year? What experiences can educators pull from to build empathy and appreciation for multilingual students and their families? How might we go beyond language so we can also build an understanding of diverse cultures, and how…
 
What are some ways mindfulness activities can help multilingual students succeed and how can teachers get started using them successfully? How can educators proactively elevate the voices of their students while decreasing teacher talk time? How can we apply concepts from exercise and other training programs to academic language instruction? We dis…
 
Follow Him on @christianpetroni @gabagoolmedia @parmapalooza Born and raised in the Bronx, Christian Petroni has made a name of himself by becoming one of the most predominant chefs in New York-Italian cuisine. After spending years under the tutelage of Andy Pforzheimer and the Barteca Group, Christian moved on to start the groundbreaking woodfired…
 
This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Daniel Kramer and Teresa Johnson of Kramer Trial Law (https://www.kramerlaw.com/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review New! Watch the video recording: Link Episode Details: California trial lawyers Daniel Kramer and Teresa Johnson of Kramer Trial Law…
 
In the first episode of Season 4, Mike and Dusty hike the boardwalks of Yellowstone National Park including paintpots, the Norris Geyser Basin, and Mammoth Springs. Website: GazeAtTheNationalParks.com Instagram: @GazeAtTheNationalParks Facebook: Gaze at the National Parks Twitter: @GazeAtTheParks #gazeatthenationalparks #hikeearlyhikeoften #adventu…
 
An interview with Nozomu Kawai, Professor of Egyptology at Kanazawa University, Japan. In this episode, we discuss the background of Tutankhamun's reign and family; and get to grips with some of the people who have appeared in the podcast (e.g. Maia, Sennedjem, and Userhat Hatiay). Prof. Kawai is an expert on this period, and his insights have been…
 
What are some easy ways that content teachers and ELL specialists can collaborate to better support their multilingual learners? How can schools and teaching teams build out systems for housing key instructional resources to support practices like scaffolding? What can educators do to ensure multilingual learners have equitable access to high-quali…
 
Jack rides more in a month then most people ride in a year. Jack Thompson’s mission is to push the limits of Ultra Cycling. To date, Jack has completed the following extreme challenges: 2021 - The Amazing Chase - Tour de France in 10 Days: 21 stages, 3,500km and 52,000m of climbing 2021 - Portugal South to North Record (715km, 10,200m elevation, 24…
 
This week we're replaying a classic episode where your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Karen Koehler of Stritmatter Kessler Koehler Moore Law Firm (stritmatter.com). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review Case Details: Acclaimed trial lawyer Karen Koehler, also known as the “Velvet Hammer,” discusses…
 
Chef Gregory Gourdet is the culinary mastermind from Portland, OR, who is currently opening his first restaurant, Kann. The project is inspired by his Haitian heritage and will bring the cuisine into the American spotlight at this wood fired concept, opening in early 2022. The restaurant aims to be a safe, diverse and equitable workplace for all. G…
 
This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Ronald Johnson and Jay Vaughn of Hendy Johnson Vaughn Emery (https://justicestartshere.com/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review New! Watch the video recording: https://youtu.be/vJAe3s1SkPo Episode Details: Kentucky trial lawyers Ronald Johnson and …
 
Welcome you to Season 4! In this Trail Map for the upcoming Season 4, Dusty and Mike play game after game to reveal the National Parks of Season 4. Website: GazeAtTheNationalParks.com Instagram: @GazeAtTheNationalParks Facebook: Gaze at the National Parks Twitter: @GazeAtTheParks #gazeatthenationalparks #hikeearlyhikeoften #adventureisoutthere Host…
 
The North American mineral rushes of the 19th Century saw hundreds of thousands flock to mountains and mines across the continent in search of fame and fortune, from panning for gold to working long, dangerous shifts down poorly run mines, entire industries exploded overnight, sucking in workers from around the world. During the San Juan Silver Rus…
 
Rebecca Simon has been a business owner and entrepreneur for over 17 years, but only a few short years ago she and her husband moved into the online space and retired themselves in 5 months. They are now helping to change lives globally with a team expanding fast across 50 countries. They now live the life of their dreams living life by design from…
 
Why are content-specific and intentional language supports so critical for effective instruction of multilingual learners? How can we advocate for multilingual learner perspectives to be included in key processes regarding curriculum and instruction at school, district and state level? What role do professional development and formative assessment …
 
Adventurer, Photographer, Story Teller, & Celebrator of Nature Chris Burkard is an accomplished explorer, photographer, creative director, speaker, and author. Traveling throughout the year to pursue the farthest expanses of Earth, Burkard works to capture stories that inspire humans to consider their relationship with nature, while promoting the p…
 
This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Tyler Thompson of Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd & Conway, PSC (https://www.kytrial.com/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review Episode Details: Kentucky trial lawyer Tyler Thompson of Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd & Conway, PSC explains how he successfully repr…
 
My home country (New Zealand) has unexpectedly gone into a full, multi-week lockdown. This means my work spaces and research facilities are currently inaccessible. So, I need to take a short break from the narrative. Not to worry, there is still a few "extra pieces" to share. Some interviews, and a couple special episodes as well. Thanks for your s…
 
How might we seize the opportunity of a new school year as a chance to gather information on their multilingual learners, specifically the learning they may have done in languages other than English? How can teachers who aren’t comfortable speaking languages other than English facilitate and support their students’ learning in their home languages?…
 
This week we have a very special episode. Your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview each other and launch a new segment for listener questions. Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review Episode Details: Have you ever wanted to ask a question on The Great Trials Podcast? Well now you can! We’re launching a ne…
 
A life cut short. By 1334 BCE, Tut'ankhamun had ruled Egypt for approx. 10 years. Sadly, this would be his last. At the age of nineteen or so, the young ruler died. How did it happen? There are a few major hypotheses (illness, accident, or murder). However, as technology and medical science develops, some ideas seem less likely than others. In this…
 
In a bonus Trail Mix during the hiatus between Season 3 and Season 4, Mike and Dusty report back from five weeks on the road in ten National Parks, cover the ever growing crowds and the impending solutions for increased visitorship. Website: GazeAtTheNationalParks.com Instagram: @GazeAtTheNationalParks Facebook: Gaze at the National Parks Twitter: …
 
Bob and Mike play a wide diversity of artists, including '80s Dutch anarcho punk band Rondos, Brazilian legend Gilberto Gil, Nigerian juju legend King Sunny Ade, Korean rock legend Shin Joong Hyun & Yup Juns, new music from Squirrel Flower, and a recent song from Apache Sun.By Bob Nastanovich and Mike Hogan share music they love
 
With help from listeners and LOST co-creator Damon Lindelof, we dig deep into "The Incident," particularly Juliet, Jack, Sawyer, Jacob and Ben. We share a few galaxy-brain takes and pick our Season 5 MVPs and LVPs. The shooting script for "The Incident," courtesy of Damon, is available here: https://www.scribd.com/document/520845528/The-Incident-sc…
 
How might new approaches to assessment create more equitable opportunities for multilingual learners? In what ways could local and professional accountability help motivate teachers to encourage students’ home language use? Why is it so important that relationships and a deeper understanding of our students be at the center of how we design and ana…
 
This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Gregorio "Greg" Francis of Osborne & Francis, PLLC (https://www.realtoughlawyers.com/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review Episode Details: Award-winning Florida trial lawyer Gregorio "Greg" Francis of Osborne & Francis, PLLC shares his experience s…
 
King Tut'ankhamun was young, rich, and well-equipped for sport. His tomb contained an arsenal of goods, including chariots, bows, arrows, throwing sticks, and more. Also, artistic images convey the idea of the pharaoh as a triumphant hunter and warrior. In this episode, we explore evidence for Tut'ankhamun as a sportsman, pursuing game across the d…
 
This episode of Small Talk Big Ideas podcast is with my Mum and Dad, Rosalie and Julian Ugarte, and as with all parents their influence in my life has been an incredible experience. It’s only in recent years that I have realised how the connection between us had to be increased, and that the simple words “I love you” are easy to say. Listen in on t…
 
It's the endgame now: Jack has a purpose, Kate thinks it's a dumb purpose, and Locke is sounding less and less like Locke. We talk about how these three characters have evolved and celebrate Sayid's return. We also share more from our conversation with Jacob actor Mark Pellegrino. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodc…
 
Welcome back to Highest Aspirations, an education podcast that focuses on how we can help maximize impact on multilingual learners. If you’d like to join us on the podcast or if you have an idea for a topic or guest, we want to hear from you. Take less than a minute to fill out our form at bit.ly/haptopics. As always, if you’re looking for great re…
 
Maya, Ay, Horemheb, and others. The men who served King Tut'ankhamun were unusually prominent and powerful. The Overseer of the Treasury (Maya), the Supreme General (Horemheb) and the highest courtier (Ay) may have divided power among themselves. Why were they so powerful? The youth of Tut'ankhamun, and developments in royal power since the reign o…
 
This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Tracey Dellacona of Dellacona Law Firm, LLC (http://www.dellaconalaw.com/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review Episode Details: Georgia trial lawyer and nurse Tracey Dellacona of Dellacona Law Firm, LLC shares how she strategically represented emerg…
 
We spend the bulk of this episode meditating on the nature of time, free will, and the difference between prescribed outcomes and choices that were always made. It's pretty in the weeds, but we think Daniel Faraday would have appreciated it. Special guest Mark Pellegrino joins us to talk about playing Jacob. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and …
 
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