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Music Student 101

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Music Student 101

Jeremy Burns, Matthew Scott Phillips

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We are musicians, composers, engineers, teachers and students alike. The path of a musician can be challenging and uncertain but it can also be enriching and great fun! This is the path we chose and we are here as your resource. Explore theory, history, ear training, technique, special topics and overall musicianship.
 
The Piano Parent Podcast is your one-stop shop for all things related to parenting a piano student. From practice tips to piano geography and musical terms, common studio policies to teacher and parent interviews, this is THE best resource to help you and your child make the most of piano lessons. Whether you are a knowledgeable musician or a complete novice, there is definitely something for you here.
 
The InFluency podcast is your go-to resource for learning, speaking and teaching English. Hadar Shemesh is a pronunciation expert and fluency coach with thousands of students around the world, though she herself was an intermediate speaker of English once. In this podcast she will share her best strategies for learning English, speaking English with confidence and mastering the American accent. Discover how becoming fluent has everything to do with acquiring the right mindset, setting goals ...
 
The Classroom Collaborative Teacher Podcast is a show about teaching, classroom, and education. Join Deedee Wills and Adam Peterson we tackle new classroom tips and tricks in every episode. Our hearts are centered in primary education with our years of experience in Pre-K, kindergarten, first-grade, and second-grade classrooms, but we also connect with outside experts and teachers throughout the K-12 professional development. This teacher podcast is for you! Support this podcast: https://anc ...
 
Devoted to professional development, teacher wellbeing and all things positive in education - The aim is simple: to share the positive voices of teachers and school leaders from around the world. Each podcast covers a different topic, with guests sharing personal stories and their views on what can help. Although based in the UK, the themes of curriculum, assessment, pedagogy, behaviour and pastoral support are universal and can help to promote connected open dialogue with teachers around th ...
 
Each week, through long format interviews, host, Cora Geroux uncovers answers to tough questions about Teaching Yoga. How can we truly make our yoga spaces inclusive? Is it possible to make a sustainable living doing this work? How do we shift from cultural appropriation to appreciation in yoga? This show is a space for real, raw conversation, a place to remind you that you’re not alone, and a resource for your life and work on a spiritual path. Stay connected with your host, and follow the ...
 
Real superheroes look just like you, parenting your special needs child like an olympic gold medal winner, yet struggling somedays, just to stay afloat. Join teacher and seasoned mother of five, Sandy Deppisch whose youngest is a 19 year old with Down syndrome, Autism and ADHD for a deep dive into the joys, challenges and triumphs along this journey. Each Wednesday she talks with moms and dads who totally get it. If you want to be empowered and encouraged to just keep swimming, this show is ...
 
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CREECA Lecture Series Podcast

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CREECA Lecture Series Podcast

Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia at the University of Wisconsin, Madison

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CREECA’s mission is to support research, teaching, and outreach on Russia, Eastern and Central Europe, and Central Asia. We approach this three-part mission by promoting faculty research across a range of disciplines; by supporting graduate and undergraduate teaching and training related to the region; and by serving as a community resource through outreach activities targeted to K-12 teachers and students, other institutions of higher education, and the general public. As a U.S. Department ...
 
Academy Award winner and celebrated acting teacher Milton Justice invites you into his weekly acting class, and what has become an invaluable audio resource to actors across the globe. Based on his years of study with the legendary teacher Stella Adler and his forthcoming book of the same name, I Don’t Need an Acting Class is one of the few acting podcasts that delves deep into the craft of acting, breaking down the concepts, tools and techniques we have at our disposal and providing a pract ...
 
There are LOTS of podcasts for teachers, but Substitute Teachers Lounge is the first podcast ever that also highlights substitute teachers. This podcast is aimed at giving ALL types of teachers the tools you need to teach in K-12 (elementary school, middle school, and high school), including administrative aspects as well as helping students receive everything they need to learn and feel special. We interview teachers, subs and students to make sure we have the information we need in order t ...
 
A show for Pilates studio owners and teachers who are ready to grow their business and develop their marketing skills.Your host, Seran Glanfield shares her insight and experience helping hundreds of studios find success in the online space and in brick and mortar studios. Here we discuss all the things that you need to know about the business and marketing in the boutique fitness world. From marketing, sales processes, pricing and referral programs to management, leadership and planning… thi ...
 
Enrichment on the Go is the go-to resource for parents who are passionate about the development and wellbeing of their children. This premier podcast is hosted by Tanya Lofty, a wife, mother, and educator with over 15 years of experience working with children and their families. Join Tanya and her panel of expert guests each season as they address the most relevant topics for modern-day parents. For additional tips, resources, and activities for your children, visit our online resource cente ...
 
This podcast will blend a whole hearted approach to wellness with functional medicine and some larger themes of quantum science and spirituality. My name is Dr. Aveen Banich and I will be your host. I am a physician, a yoga teacher and a mentor for amazing women who create beauty and function in the world while balancing the many facets of their own life. My hope is that this podcast will offer a refuge each week: to inspire, to help women resource themselves and point them towards their nex ...
 
Join author, speaker, camp director, and coach Mark Greenburg, along with industry leaders from a variety of fields, where we will translate powerful life lessons and leadership strategies into real-world techniques you can put into play at work and home right now. You will learn new ways to address conflict, equip yourself with easy-to-implement tools, and spend more time focused on what you love about leading the most important people in your lives. You will gain an insightful game plan to ...
 
The Arthur Miller Society Podcast was set up in the summer of 2020 by Dr. Ciarán Leinster and Dr. Ambika Singh. Intended to be a resource for school teachers, academics, casual theatregoers, and everyone in between, we'll be featuring interviews with scholars and educators; discussions of Miller productions and Miller-related media; and tell some of the less well-known stories from the life of one of America's greatest writers.
 
"Not every book is for every child, but for every child there is a book." The Children’s Book Review, is a resource devoted to children’s literature and literacy. In the Growing Readers Podcast, we produce author and illustrator interviews focused on the best books for kids of all ages. We help parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers, and librarians to grow readers. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thechildrensbookreview/support
 
Kannada Gothilla is a phrase heard often in Bangalore. It’s a go-to phrase to convey to someone you do not know the language. There are several reasons for this. One of the reasons is there isn’t a useful resource to learn Kannada. We hope to change that. The Kannada Gothilla podcast will break down everyday scenarios where knowing a few Kannada words will help. Arvind, a native speaker, will be your teacher, and Aakash, who doesn’t know the language, will be the learner. Together we will br ...
 
Gather around our virtual campfire to hear the stories of purpose-driven people doing good in the world. All of us have “WOW” moments that change our thinking, force us to pivot our approach, or simply wake us up. In Working on Wellbeing, we’ll meet change agents, entrepreneurs, students, teachers, and big thinkers, to learn about their “WOW” moment and how it got them to where they are today. We’ll explore how financial wellbeing contributes to mental and physical health, how people are cha ...
 
Monica Burns from the popular EdTech blog ClassTechTips brings you teaching strategies, tips and activity ideas. Each podcast focuses on how to make EdTech integration easy with a shout out to favorite EdTech tools for classrooms. Monica provides actionable, relevant tips for teachers so you can make this school year the best one yet! Join author, speaker, and blogger, Dr. Monica Burns for an EdTech podcast that helps take the stress out of integrating education technology into your classroom.
 
The vidcast that is created by teachers for teachers. Do you have a great idea, learning resource, skill, advice, or experience you feel could help other teachers using technology to enhance their students' learning experiences? Send your text, photo, audio recording, video recording, link, or any other medium you'd like and it will become a part of a future TILT broadcast! Email tilttv@gmail.com
 
The One Clap Speech and Debate Podcast is a resource for Speech and Debate coaches and competitors. One Clap examines best practices to help competitors succeed and coaches grow programs. We interview coaches and competitors about the transformative power of Speech and Debate. Lyle Wiley, an English teacher, Journalism/Yearbook teacher, and Speech and Debate Coach in small-town Wyoming, hosts the show.
 
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The Big Move

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The Big Move

Em Roberts, The Lipstick Fever

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The Big Move is a podcast started by Em from the beauty blog, The Lipstick Fever. Inspired by Em’s Big Move from NYC to London in 2017, it’s a motivating resource for women by women. From international entrepreneurs to industry experts, Em talks with some of the most motivated and badass women out there. They are fearless leaders that will inspire us through their experiences of both moving and living abroad and launching their own brands and businesses. Talk about making major #moves.
 
Welcome to pure relaxation and peace. No ads, no music, only occasional chat! Here you will find a library of 10 minute meditations to help you find space in your life to just let go, relax, find peace, gain perspective and maintain energy. Each week there will be a new meditation for you. Sometimes I will chat about a subject I find interesting but on the whole this is a resource for you to find a moment of peace and quiet in your life. I am a teacher of the Chakra system and a Yoga teacher ...
 
Since my diagnosis ten years ago, I have been dedicated to researching lifestyle changes and supporting clinical research to achieve the prevention of breast cancer. My goal is to raise awareness of the need for research funding for the primary prevention of women's cancers and to share information to help those facing this journey. My posts are educational and include my journey with bilateral breast cancer and my year of treatment including a double mastectomy and reconstruction. I have be ...
 
I'm an eclectic pagan witch, psychic medium, reiki master teacher, and I share my life and knowledge with you. I discuss witchcraft, paganism, spirituality, social topics, psychic abilities, spirit guides, spells, and magic! I get to interview spiritual and occult authors as well as social media witch creators! I also share what it is like to be a witch in a remote area in the midwest US. This is a podcast for witches of all ages and experience! I try hard to share a variety of topics to edu ...
 
This is the podcast for high school teachers to learn more about how to be the best they can be for their students. Prep Period focuses on quick wins, actionable tips, and key takeaways that can be implemented in your classroom tomorrow. The podcast will focus on these five areas:1. Student engagement2. Classroom management3. Differentiation strategies4. Making topics relevant to students5. Classroom activities and projects subscribe to the podcast for more key insights and actionable takeaw ...
 
A resource for information on current ed tech topics. "Some of the music provided by the PodShow Podsafe Music Network. Check it out at 'music.podshow.com'" I am looking for teachers to join in an educational webcast one evening mid January. Topic-TBD, if interested, email my podomatic account.
 
"Board Gaming with Education" explores board games, game-based learning, gamification, and other elements of gaming and how they can complement, supplement, and interact with education and learning. If you are an educator, teacher, board game hobbyist, or board game professional and you are curious how board games can be used as learning tools, then this podcast is for you!
 
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Teaching Meditation

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Teaching Meditation

Upasaka Upali & Dr. Tucker Peck

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This is the only podcast we know of devoted to the teaching of meditation. We interview teachers and others about the process of teaching, how they became teachers, their thoughts on who should and shouldn't teach, tips for new and veteran teachers, and more. While teachers and prospective teachers of meditation will of course find lots to learn here, this is also a great resource for anyone who wants to peer behind the curtain of being a meditation teacher. You can learn more about your hos ...
 
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Distraction

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Distraction

Sounds Great Media

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Struggling with distractions in this amped up world? We guide you through it all with stories, guests, tips, calls, and lots of surprises too. If you’re pulled and prodded all day from many directions or tied to your smartphone and apps, this insightful and entertaining journey will help you regain control of your life in a fun and novel way. Give it a listen and … wait, did you see that bird?
 
What if you could hear from leaders in school systems all around the country? People who are finding innovative ways to solve problems and make strategic decisions as they work to hire, develop, retain and support teachers and staff? From superintendents to principals, from human resources to curriculum and instruction to special education, we’re talking with people who have something to say in K-12 – and we’re sharing those conversations here.
 
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Time management as self care. Consider a yogic approach to productivity in this episode with Renee Clair and learn how to organize your life to spend more time doing what you love. Episode Highlights: Strategies to free up time and mental energy The importance of non-accomplishing How to evaluate where your time is going Why you need to take 2 cons…
 
These resources will help to teach students without distraction and track their progress. Join our Facebook group, https://www.facebook.com/groups/substituteteacherslounge Email your questions to mailto: gregcollinssubstitute@gmail.com Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEBy Greg Collins
 
Listen here https://www.simpleenglishnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/life-a-game-of-5-balls.mp3Aimerou, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons Google CEO Sundar Pichai gave a brief speech lasting only one minute. He said: Imagine life is a game of 5 balls that you manipulate in the air trying not to fall these balls. One of them is rubber, and the…
 
If English is not your native language, does it mean you have to compromise on the things you want to achieve in your life? Listening to the stories in this episode, you’ll see that the answer is absolutely not. But it wasn’t always like that. For my students who you will meet in this episode, English used to be a huge obstacle that was impossible …
 
In this episode, ISTE author James Fester joins to discuss his new book about incorporating project-based learning in environmental education to solve real-world problems. You’ll hear actionable tips you can try out right away along with interdisciplinary connections to environmental education throughout the school year. Show notes: https://classte…
 
This week’s episode can be applied to any part of the process. You always want to give yourself permission to let your mind wander through, make discoveries and absorb information, be it about a character trait, their relationship to a certain fact, what is going on for them, or what the play is about. It’s okay not to know. In fact, “knowing” anyt…
 
What is the truth? We sometimes have a hard time working out what our own truth is and so it is no wonder that we find it challenging to recognise wider truths! In this meditation we will begin to connect with our inner wisdom to find out what is true for us. It is a really useful exercise to begin to understand our defence mechanisms, as well, tha…
 
René Brooks continues her stint as guest host of Distraction during ADHD Awareness Month! Today's episode is the third and final part of a conversation René had with ADHD advocates: Rhashida Perry-Jones, founding coordinator of CHADD in Philadelphia; Nathalie Thandiwae, a neurodiversity resource navigator who helps parents identify and support thei…
 
In today’s episode, Deb Flashenberg, founder of the Prenatal Yoga Center in NYC shares the secrets behind how she built, and maintained a sustainable business over almost 20 years - even while many other yoga centers have come and gone in that time. I was thrilled to speak with Deb, and shout out to Mado Hesselink (our guest on episode 72) who intr…
 
Dr. Molly Blasing presents material from her recent book, Snapshots of the Soul: Photo-Poetic Encounters in Modern Russian Culture (Cornell UP, 2021). She considers how photography has shaped Russian poetry from the early twentieth century to the present day, using examples of photo-poetic writing by Pasternak, Tsvetaeva, Brodsky, and other 20th an…
 
Kindness is more important now than ever, as we are adapting to a new way of living; teaching and learning is even more challenging than it usually is. Schools around the globe are having to adapt to online, hybrid learning or face-to-face learning while dealing with all the uncertainty, fear and devastation that comes with a pandemic. It is crucia…
 
Especially because there is a disparity in language with children of color, it is important to be intentional about how you build your child's vocabulary. Tune into this episode as Tanya and her guest discuss proper diction, reading comprehension, phonics, and even how the foundation of your child's vocabulary starts in the womb.…
 
In this week’s episode, we are diving into the tried and true ways to build a referral program that works for you, your business, and best of all, your loyal clients! You will learn how to: Create a super compelling offer in exchange for referrals, Nurturing the new client relationship when new members come on board, and How to promote the referral…
 
Many thanks to fellow piano teacher, Christina, who submitted this topic suggestion. "... about how parents often mistake chattiness as being “off-topic” and “wasting time” when it’s actually mega-important bonding time for teacher/student relationships."
 
As many of you know, for the past ten years I have been a passionate advocate for what we dubbed, “The Pink Vaccine.“ This vaccine was developed at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio under the direction of Dr. Vincent Tuohy at the Learner Research Institute. For the past four years, I have been honored to serve as a patient advocate for the Phase I clini…
 
Have you seen or heard of wheelchair costumes where a child's wheelchair (or other mobility device) is turned into part of the costume? Well, it’s October 15th, and many kids have probably already planned out their Halloween costumes. But what about kids who use wheelchairs? Do they feel like they can't join in the festivities because they are in a…
 
This podcast is about the brand new book Dinah Dye write about the story of Noach called "The Temple Revealed in Noah's Ark: From Chaos to Order". We will be discussing the amazing connections and the story of re-creation after the flood. Dinah tells us how the story of creation continues to repeat itself as the last recreation is of Messiah Yeshua…
 
Get FREE access to my program New Sound (limited time only): https://hadarshemesh.com/new-sound-sneakpeek In this episode we’re going to listen to a Q&A session about mindset from the English Fluency Festival event. You can also download an interactive list of 50 of the most mispronounced words in English and master the pronunciation of those trick…
 
Today our guest host René Brooks continues the conversation about the unique needs of children of color with ADHD. This episode focuses on the lack of knowledge about neuroscience in many practitioners, providers and educators; and how the burden to teach them often falls on parents' shoulders. Listen to hear our guests' experiences, as well as som…
 
In this episode, we hear from Linda Loof who talks about the part she plays in making the world a better place by helping underserved communities with her expertise in the financial services industry. For the full show notes, head on over to: https://www.salaryfinance.com/us/podcast/Linda-Loof-Small-Acts-Lead-to-Big-Changes…
 
Alice Browning runs an online yoga studio that is a “landing pad for women to feel less isolated and more supported in their own experiences of being a woman.” Early in 2020, like every other yoga teacher, Alice went online - however, she went beyond teaching zoom classes, and stepped into running a full blown online studio, which now hosts several…
 
The Half Hour is a current events podcast designed with the intention of helping Extemp competitors (and other Speech and Debate members, as well as listening for the general public) understand the importance of political, social, or economical events on a domestic and international scale. Each episode looks at both sides of current events while pr…
 
002 - In this episode I talk with Jennifer Vincent, part time nurse and busy, full time mother of 3, who shares about her youngest daughter, Alexandra. Born with Down syndrome and a heart defect, Alexandra was diagnosed with diabetes at age 9. She is also a thrill loving, sensory seeker who water skis, zip lines and indoor sky dives. Alexandra has …
 
Today our guest host, René Brooks is joined by a trio of amazing women for a conversation about the unique needs of Black children with ADHD. Rhashida Perry-Jones is the founding coordinator of CHADD in Philadelphia. Nathalie Thandiwae is a neurodiversity resource navigator who helps parents identify and support their child's unmet needs. And Dr. L…
 
Astrology with Kalem Turner Today we have Kalem Turner, of Fortune By Kalem, joining us for a chat about astrology. He reads palmistry, tarot, and astrology professionally and is currently writing a book about palmistry. Kalem shares his knowledge and helps shed some light on some of the more common astrological events like retrograde as well as qu…
 
When working on a role, we will inevitably come face-to-face with adjectives that describe our characters. We find these adjectives in the script itself, or if auditioning, in the breakdown. But if those adjectives don’t do anything for us, as actors, we need to find ones that do. Just as we have to translate an “effect direction” into something ac…
 
Do you spend a lot of time learning and practicing English but don’t understand why you don’t see much progress? If you do, you might be stuck in what I call the Illusion of Learning. In this episode, I’ll help you find out why your English learning is not efficient enough. Listen to the podcast and answer the questions inside to understand how you…
 
In this episode, EdTech leader and ISTE author Dr. Ashley McBride joins to discuss strategies for supporting teachers in the role of an EdTech coach. You’ll also hear about some of the resources you can find in her book The EdTech Coach Primer. Show notes: https://classtechtips.com/2021/10/12/edtech-coach-133/ Sponsored by Teq: http://otispd.com/ F…
 
Good And Evil In Our Society Has our new modern social structure and mores changed the good and evil philosophy so entrenched in the past? Or are these philosophies still valid today? When you look back in history, there has been such a spiritual and an actual physical battle going on between these two sides if you want to call them that. Is The Go…
 
What are you putting off until you feel conditions are perfect in your life? What dreams are you kicking down the road until you feel "enough" to begin? In this episode, we talk about these questions and Aveen offers a daily practice to begin choosing your future desires today. Thanks for listening!By Dr. Aveen Banich
 
Dustin chats with Prisha about her tabletop game cafe in India. They talk about marketing tabletop games and running educational programming at a tabletop cafe. Dustin shares his expertise in using game-based learning and gamification techniques. Episode Topics (timestamps are for podcast episode | video time stamps are available on YouTube) 00:00 …
 
Joy is something that we all aspire to. And for good reason! The body knows that it is the best medicine available to us all. It has been proven that joy can strengthen our immune systems, boost energy, reduce our perception of pain, help with depression and anxiety, reduce the effects of stress, help us sleep better... Apparently, the ancient Gree…
 
Lindsay is a model, a mother, and Co-Founder & Creative Director of Wander Beauty. She's had an insane modeling career working with fashion labels like Valentino, Chanel, Givenchy, Balenciaga and Gucci. She's been featured in Vogue, as well as Allure and GQ magazines, and made her first appearance on the Victoria’s Secret Fashion show runway in 200…
 
TRUTH: Mastering your marketing brings OPPORTUNITY. When you’re effectively able to articulate the value of what you have to offer, you can finally develop a marketing plan that works for you and your business When you join the Marketing Intensive, you're opening massive doors of opportunity for yourself and your future, which will be amplified by …
 
The tutor or homeschool teacher that you select for your child can be one of the most important decisions you make in your child's educational upbringing. Tune into this episode as Tanya and her guest share wisdom on how to navigate this decision such as the importance of putting safety first, working with a tutoring company, and much more. For add…
 
In this episode, educators Kristin and Joe Merrill join to discuss their strategies for designing an interactive classroom for their students. You’ll also hear how they incorporate their favorite Microsoft Education tools to create an interactive and supportive learning environment for all learners. Show notes: https://classtechtips.com/2021/10/10/…
 
In this episode, I talk with Gayle Forman, an award-winning author and journalist whose articles have appeared in numerous publications, including Seventeen, Cosmopolitan, and Elle in the US. Gayle Forman’s novel, If I Stay, was released as a blockbuster movie starring Chloë Grace Moretz in 2014. Her most recent YA novel is We Are Inevitable. Gayle…
 
In this episode of the Prep Period Podcast, 2021 WA-ACTE Teacher of the Year, Jodi Jacobs, reveals one of the key ingredients to her success: teacher collaboration. Jodi shares examples of how she collaborates with other teachers (CTE and non-CTE) to add value to her classes and engage students in a whole new way. Listen for teacher collaboration t…
 
As the United States rose to ascendancy in the first decades of the twentieth century, observers abroad associated American economic power most directly with its burgeoning automobile industry. In the 1930s, in a bid to emulate and challenge America, engineers from across the world flocked to Detroit. Chief among them were Nazi and Soviet specialis…
 
Learning Kannada is great and all, but do you know what learning is? It's a verb, silly. And this series of all about verbs. From standing to singing. Dancing to driving, and listening to learning. We cover all the verbs you will use, and many you won't (lol). Verbs are an important part of any language. So, go slow and come back to this episode as…
 
Today’s episode is more personal, as I’ll be sharing with you what I’ve been up to in my life and business over the past few months and the lessons I’ve learned! The English Fluency Festival is an event full of: 🎥Live learning with me! 💻Implementation workshops with our professional English coaches 🗣 Conversation groups to practice English and make…
 
We're welcoming Black Girl, Lost Keys blog creator, René Brooks, to Distraction as our guest host for ADHD Awareness Month! René is an ADHD coach, writer and advocate who also has ADHD herself. Today our guest host is joined by Inger Shaye Colzie, a psychotherapist and ADHD leadership coach, for a conversation about accommodations. They talk about …
 
Understanding the the Jewishness of the New Testament, looking into the culture, language, religious groups of the First Century is essential in order to get a broader perspective of the lifestyle of the early church as Torah followers. Please, join Rico Cortes and Yoel Halevi on the latest podcast.By Wisdom in Torah
 
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