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The Faculty Chronicles (TFC) podcast, sponsored by the Touro Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL), is about building community, connection, and conversation. It will bring to life the stories behind the great works of Touro faculty, across disciplines in all our schools, focusing on classroom innovation in teaching and learning, science, business, medicine, education, wellness and more.
 
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Die Mudita Gruppe singt das Mantra He Radhe in einem Samstagabend Satsang bei Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg. Du findest dieses Mantra im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft unter der Nr. 160. Weitere Erläuterungen zu diesem Kirtan sind online im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft Blog unter He Radhe zu finden. Hier ist der Text zum Mitsingen: He Radhe Radhe Radhe Shyam Govinda …
 
Educators Turned Unschoolers Do you like the idea of homeschooling but have a few doubts? Not sure if you are up to the task? Feeling under-qualified? Or maybe you are hoping that a progressive education will equate to the same thing. Now if only you can find the right school...... My episode guest, has many years of experience working in progressi…
 
Natural Learning Resources If you are new to homeschooling, are thinking about homeschooling or need some fresh ideas, then this episode is for you! In this episode I'm sharing natural learning resources and ideas that we can use in our home education journey. This applies to all forms of Homeschooling and Unschooling. This episode is for the famil…
 
Die Mudita Gruppe singt das Mantra Rama Rama Rama Ram in einem Samstagabend Satsang bei Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg. Hier ist der Text zum Mitsingen: Rama Rama Rama Ram Wenn du dich für Seminare mit Musik interessierst, findest du hier Seminare zum Thema Mantra und Musik. Für weitere Kirtan- und Mantra Gesangsaufnahmen klicke hier. Weitere Informati…
 
Homeschool, Adversity and Education with Dr. Carline Crevecoeur Dr. Carline Crevecoeur is a Haitian American board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist, a wife, and a mother of five adult children. She was raised in NY and attended St. John’s University as an undergraduate, earning a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. She did her medical school and…
 
Julie Bogart is a mother to 5 adult children that she homeschooled full time for 17 years. She is a writer and owner of Brave Writer, a company she started in January of 2000 with the hope to be able to raise children who see writing as a tool of self expression, not merely a subject to pass to get into college. Julie joined me in my Club, Honey! I…
 
Eine Ausbildungsgruppe singt das Mantra He Nandanandana Gopala, ein Krishna Kirtan, in einem Samstagabend Satsang bei Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg. Du findest diesen Kirtan im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft unter der Nr. 173. Weitere Erläuterungen zu diesem Kirtan sind online im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft Blog unter He Nandanandana Gopala zu finden. Hier ist der T…
 
Dr. Perella Perlstein, Assistant Professor of Psychology, speaks about her teaching journey and how she integrates her clinical experience into her classroom teaching. She also shares about her journey from a novice faculty to the recipient of the Touro University Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching.…
 
Dr. Carrie DiMatteo speaks about her research journey and involving students in research, both as participants and as collaborators. She also shares the various strategies she has used to pique the interest of students in research and forming a research lab with them.By Gena Bardwell & Elizabeth Unni
 
Resilience This special recorded interview is from the March 2022 How To Be An Awesome Homeschooler Summit. The summit theme was the 3 R's of learning which for us is not the traditional reading, wRiting, aRithmetic. The 3 R's are; Reclaim, Resist, Resilience. Leah McDermott, founder of Your Natural Learner was our keynote speakers to the theme of …
 
Sarah singt das Mantra Narayana Hari Om, ein Vishnu und Krishna Kirtan, in einem Samstagabend Satsang bei Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg. Du findest diesen Kirtan im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft unter der Nr. 107. Weitere Erläuterungen zu diesem Kirtan sind online im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft Blog unter Narayana Hari Om zu finden. Hier ist der Text zum Mitsingen:…
 
Supporting Passions and Unschooling to Adulthood The Hunter family began their unschooling journey over 9 years ago. Tira Hunter says that "the benefits of unschooling put her daughter on a path to have a career in art and the freedom to pursue her passions on her own terms." Zoi Hunter is now 19 years old and a full-time commissioned artist. Zoi a…
 
Supporting Passions & Unschooling In The Teen Years In unschooling, children learn through everyday life experiences. That is the path that our family has followed since we decided to Worldschool, when our oldest was halfway through grade 1. We made a choice to try our best to support our children in following their interests and passions. What tha…
 
Marco singt das Mantra “He Govinda He Gopala ” in einem Samstagabend Satsang bei Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg. Du findest diesen Krishna Kirtan im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft unter der Nr. 158. Weitere Erläuterungen zu diesem Kirtan sind online im Yoga Vidya Kirtanheft Blog unter He Govinda He Gopala zu finden. Hier ist der Text zum Mitsingen: He Govinda, …
 
Reclaim. Resist. Resilience. Homeschooling shifts and changes with the season, doesn't it? Our homeschool seasons may follow a weather pattern, but more often than not, they follow development, physical cycles and the impact of our life experiences. In this episode Kelly Edwards and I talk about this newest season of homeschool that we face. Our ki…
 
Ekanem Ebinne is a musical parenting coach with 15 years of experience as a kids and family music programmer, in a wide range of musical styles. She is trained in developmental musical psychology and certified to teach music for infants and young children by the Gordon Institute for Music Learning. Ekanem has worked with kids and adults from over 1…
 
In this episode, you will hear Dr. Brian Chiswell, Associate Professor & Deputy Chair, Biology Department at Touro College's New York School for Career and Applied Sciences. He speaks about his transformation from a graduate student to a post doc to an Assistant Professor. You will hear him reflect on his teaching journey and the lessons he has lea…
 
Conscious Parenting & Deschooling Re-examining how we live, learn and parent. Welcome to episode 116. This episode is a recording of my December Clubhouse room with Tira Hunter, Erika Kesliman and Missy Willis. Our theme ~ Conscious Parenting and Deschooling goes deeper into our journey of learning and self refelction. Tira Hunter is an unschooling…
 
Tira Bluestone, Teaching Artist and former Touro NYSCAS and Touro GSE Alumni, discusses how composing original songs with everyday themes help students with physical and psychological challenges improve their motor skills and become active participants in their own healing and learning.By Gena Bardwell & Elizabeth Unni
 
Deschooling Money & Minimalism Rachel Rainbolt joins me on the podcast for episode 116, Deschooling, Money & Minimalism. This season we are moving further into the Deschooling process; what it means, why it is important, the broader impacts it has in our life and how it can positively impact our learning journey. (That's right. I said how it can po…
 
In this episode, you will hear Ann Nowak, Director of the Writing Center and Adjunct Professor of Law Practice Management at Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center Law speak about her experiences in writing and securing both an intramural and extramural grant to study reading dysfluency among law students and its potential impact on their exam…
 
Season 6- Deschooling and Growing Without School Welcome to a new season of Honey! I'm Homeschooling The Kids. Season 6. If you are new to the podcast, let me introduce myself. My name is Robyn Robertson and I am the creator and host of Honey! I'm Homeschooling The Kids. I am a home educating mom with hopes, dreams, failures and doubts. Just like y…
 
In this episode, you will hear Drs. Rosa Kim and Catherine Liu, Assistant Professors at the Touro College of Pharmacy share their experiences in using the “Escape Room” concept for an interprofessional educational activity in health care. They speak about the challenges faced, feedback from faculty and students, and provide tips for anyone who want…
 
Veteran Unschooling Moms Q&A Are you new to unschooling? Does it sound like a beautiful concept, to support your children in their natural, non-rushed learning process? But yet, are you still having a hard time wrapping your head around it? What about the unschooled teens? What happens to the families that have unschooled all of their lives? Or for…
 
Building Literacy At Home This is episode 113 and I am excited to share this Clubhouse discussion on building literacy at home. In this special episode I invited three moms that share my passion for learning in the natural world. All three of my co-hosts are former school educators and two of the three are now homeschooling parents. Lesley Jones Se…
 
Professor Jorge Roig, Associate Professor of Law and Director of Neighborhood Programs at the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center shares how taking street law to the halls of Brentwood High School (NY) is integral to addressing a variety of learning barriers found in an underserved community. And at the same time, we learn more about the pr…
 
Creating A Culturally Rich Home Learning Environment Amber O’Neal Johnston is a writer, speaker, and Worldschooling Charlotte Mason mama who blends living books with life-giving books and a culturally-rich environment for her four children and others seeking to do the same. She recommends we offer children opportunities to see themselves and others…
 
Homeschooling~Getting Started Part 2:Clubhouse Edition Are you just getting started in homeschooling? Or are you a homeschooler that has hit a bump in the road and needs a little more encouragement? This episode is for you then. Our September Theme in the Honey! I'm Homeschooling club on Clubhouse was; Homeschooling- Getting Started. I recorded two…
 
Susan Courey, Ph.D, Chair of Early Childhood and Special Education at the Touro College Graduate School of Education talks about her passion for marathon running, grant writing and twenty years of research in music and mathematics. Courey elaborates on the research work her colleagues and her are involved in--music and math curriculum in elementary…
 
In this episode, Dr. Daniel Lee, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy from the School of Health Sciences, speaks with Elizabeth Unni about his experience in flipping classrooms. He talks about the work needed in getting the flipped classroom started, its technological aspects and pedagogical challenges. He also weighs in on some tips for faculty…
 
Meet your podcast hosts, Professor Gena Bardwell from New York School of Career & Applied Studies and Dr. Elizabeth Unni from the College of Pharmacy. In this brief introduction, they also go over what the The Faculty Chronicles (TFC), housed at the Touro College Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) is all about! Tune in every othe…
 
Food, Parenting and Unschooling FOOD. What does that word bring up for you? Does it make you think of work, hurt or frustration? Or does it conjure up feelings of joy, positivity and empowerment? It's interesting how our ideas, thoughts and even judgements around food are similar to those we hold around learning. For some of us, food can certainly …
 
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