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The Game within the Game... Over 95% of sport is played without the ball or implement and over 90% of our day is spent outside of training... The game within the game is about who you are, how you spend your time, what standards do you live by when you DON'T have the ball. This is about expanding mind, body and life systems for a lifetime of meaningful and fulfilling performance. You are the manager, coach and team captain within your own internal game. The OFFBALL movement and conversation ...
 
A weekly 'Game of Thrones' recap show, from a critical, yet uninformed, book-reader perspective. Are there too many 'Game of Thrones' recap podcasts out there already? You bet. So why start one now? Well, the show has now fully outpaced the books and we predict a steady decline in quality due to lack of source material. We also believe there is no avoiding major plot spoilers even if one chooses to refrain from watching the show. It is such a pop-culture behemoth that great secrets will be r ...
 
Join gym owner Geoff Goddard as he interviews special guests for information on all things health, fitness, nutrition and human performance. We'll provide you with a ton of actionable advice that you can use immediately to start living a healthier, happier lifestyle. Whether you're a fitness enthusiast, weekend warrior, pt, gym owner or a humour enthusiast Rig Radio has got you covered.
 
In 1918 the Society of Arts and Sciences established the O. Henry Memorial Awards to reward the very best short stories published during the previous year with cash prizes. 1921 was a particularly productive year with sterling and brilliantly varied examples of the art of short story writing as are included here. The selection committee struggled to agree on these, but finally, here they are for us to enjoy and record. The length varies but most are sufficiently long for a reader to get thei ...
 
Lawrence summarised the plot of Sons and Lovers in a letter to Edward Garnett in 1912: “It follows this idea: a woman of character and refinement goes into the lower class, and has no satisfaction in her own life. She has had a passion for her husband, so her children are born of passion, and have heaps of vitality. But as her sons grow up she selects them as lovers — first the eldest, then the second. These sons are urged into life by their reciprocal love of their mother — urged on and on. ...
 
Hosted by Nikki Brafman, entrepreneur, mom, Human Design reader and spiritual life and business coach, The Bridge Work Podcast explores where you are, where you want to go and everything in-between. Nikki talks to people about where they've been, and where they want to go, weaving their unique Human Design into their stories of metamorphosis to inspire YOU.
 
Listeners who like to plunge straight into a story would do well to skip the lengthy preamble. Here, Balzac the virtuoso satirist depicts the levels of Parisian society as a version of the Inferno of Dante - but perhaps keeps the reader waiting too long for the first act of his operatic extravaganza.Our beautiful, androgynous hero, Henri de Marsay, is one of the bastard offspring of a depraved Regency milord and himself practises the cynical arts of the libertine. His quarry is the exotic Pa ...
 
“Society lies under the spell of ancient terrorism and coagulated errors. Science is either wilfully hypocritical or radically misinformed.” John Addington Symonds struck many an heroic note in this courageous (albeit anonymously circulated) essay. He is a worthy Virgil guiding the reader through the Inferno of suffering which emerging medico-legal definitions of the sexually deviant were prepared to inflict on his century and on the one which followed. Symonds pleads for sane human values i ...
 
Welcome to the Dad Starting Over podcast! "Starting Over" means different things to different people. It could be that you're newly divorced and starting over fresh with a new life. It could be that you're still married and wanting to hit the reset button and finally do things right within your marriage. Whatever your story may be, you're in the right place. I'm DSO, the author of books called "The Dead Bedroom Fix", "NOW WHAT?", and "Red Flags". You can learn more about me, my books, one-on ...
 
The Palimpsest of Human Rights is an experimental spoken word production which combines verse interpretations of the prose writings of Martin Luther King, Mohandas Gandhi, and Henry Thoreau. The influence of new, temporally-bound ideas on succeeding generations is revealed in a continuous discourse. The physical idea of a palimpsest (writing over the top of an existing text in a manuscript) is here extended to an aural experience. When the texts are read aloud, one over the top of another, t ...
 
Banned in the United States and United Kingdom throughout the 1920s, Ulysses turned conventional ideas of the novel inside out with its bold new form, style and theme. Deeply rooted in the Greek myth of the hero of the Trojan War, Joyce bases his novel on Ulysses or Odysseus, who is doomed to voyage for ten years before returning home to Ithaca. Joyce had been deeply influenced by the Iliad and the Odyssey, which he had read from Charles Lamb's adaptations as a child. In fact, he considered ...
 
A Democratic Socialist’s Almanac is a podcast exploring all things relevant to Socialism today, from the latest scholarship regarding the socialist tradition to socialist reflections on our current moment and where to go from here. Below is a partial prospectus with a subject by subject bibliography. Written by Lelyn R. Masters with a Memphis Music Soundtrack by Harry Koniditsiotis Marx’s Epicurianism Fusaro, Diego. Marx, Epicurus, and the Origins of Historical Materialism. Permanent Press, ...
 
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Today on the podcast we’re joined by Dr. Sonja Cherry Paul and Tricia Ebarvia. Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul's research and work stem from an unyielding commitment to antibias and antiracist pedagogy and practices in K-12 schools. She is an educator, a curriculum developer and author of several books for teachers, and she has adapted Stamped For Kids. A co…
 
In the Spring of 2021, we brought you Water for Teachers with host Shamari Reid, a podcast aimed at connecting with the hearts and the humanity of humans who teach. As we continue to plan episodes for a future season of Water for Teachers, and as we come to the close of a truly unprecedented year of teaching, we wanted to be sure to check back in w…
 
When we set out to do antiracist and antibias work, a common question is, how do I make time for it in my classroom? Today on the podcast we’re listening to an excerpt from the audiobook Start Here, Start now: A Guide to Antibias and Antiracist Work in your School Community. Author Liz Kleinrock dedicates chapter 2 of her book to making time for An…
 
Mentor texts from a variety of high-interest sources along with diverse authors can be a real game changer in secondary writing classrooms. Today on the podcast we're talking with authors Allison Marchetti and Rebekah O’Dell about their new book A Teacher’s Guide to Mentor Texts, the latest addition to the Classroom Essentials Series. In it they wr…
 
When we talk about independent reading, often times the topic of trust comes up. In their new book, Trusting Readers: Powerful Practices for Independent Reading, co-authors Jennifer Scoggin, Hannah Schneewind provide us with an accessible guide with tools teachers can use to grow enthusiastic and independent readers. Jen and Hannah help us craft re…
 
As many of us look to cultivate an antibias and antiracist community in our schools, we often struggle with where and how to get started. Today on the podcast I’m talking with Liz Kleinrock, author of the new book, Start Here, Start Now: A Guide to Antibias and Antiracist Work in Your School Community. Liz Kleinrock is an antibias antiracist educat…
 
Today on the podcast we're taking a closer look at a recent study from the American Institutes for Research, also known as AIR, evaluating the effectiveness of Lucy Calkins' Units of Study, and unpacking the results. We're joined by Francie Alexander, chief research officer at HMH, and Dr. Pam Smith, Heinemann's Vice President of Sales and Customer…
 
Danny's story may sound familiar to some of you. He's your typical "lady's man". He has never really had a problem getting women. In his mid 40's now, he has a string of several long-term relationships in his wake... and none of them have ended well. His most recent relationship, to a woman 20 years younger, recently ended with his discovery of her…
 
What stories make you who you are? Who are you as a reader and writer? Today on the podcast we're chatting with Stephanie Affinito about her new book Leading Literate Lives: Habits and Mindsets for Reimagining Classroom Practice. Stephanie outlines a framework for reading and writing that asks educators to feed their own literate lives, and then ta…
 
This week on the podcast we’re excited to share a preview of one of Heinemann’s newest audiobooks, Between the Commas: Sentence Instruction That Builds Confident Writers (and Writing Teachers). In it, author Martin Brandt uses creative and engaging strategies to build confidence in his students' writing. In this preview of chapter 4, Martin shows t…
 
Most of us write every day, but do you remember the last time you created an imaginary world? We all love stories and, as Don Graves showed us, we all have a story to tell. But in schools, the focus is increasingly put on analytical writing. When did fiction writing fall to the side? Today on the Heinemann podcast we are rebroadcasting an episode t…
 
Today on the podcast we’re excited to share a special conversation between Marilyn Burns and Lucy Calkins about Marilyn’s new digital math interview tool, Listening to Learn. They discuss the importance of listening, a value that is central to both Marilyn’s and Lucy’s work. Marilyn Burns is one of today’s most highly respected mathematics educator…
 
Today on the podcast we’re exploring the stories we tell, and how we can create a classroom community that builds space for everyone’s story. We're joined today by Susan Harris MacKay. Susan is a national speaker, former classroom teacher and Pedagogical Director the Portland Children’s Museum and Opal School, and recently established the Center fo…
 
Today on the podcast we are joined by Bob Kim and Liz Kleinrock for a special conversation. Bob is a former civil rights attorney, and leading expert in education law and policy in the United States. He has served in the Obama administration in the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights, and has also served as a senior policy analyst …
 
Today on the podcast we’re excited to be joined again by Carla España and Luz Yadira Herrera, co-authors of En Comunidad: Lessons for Centering the Voices and Experiences of Bilingual Latinx Students. En Comunidad was published last spring during the first months of the pandemic. Today, Carla and Luz reflect on the past year since their book’s publ…
 
Have you ever been so lost in a story that the rest of the world melts away? Today on the podcast we’re joined by author Tom Newkirk. Tom says that if we want students to develop a love of books and writing, we need to bring fiction back to our writing curriculum, and not just as an extra-curricular. In his new book, Writing Unbound: How Fiction Tr…
 
Today on the podcast we’re joined by Arlène Casimir and Alex Venet as they discuss the ethos of trauma informed teaching practices. They explore the community building power of trauma informed teaching, common misunderstandings, and how to start the work with ourselves. Both Arlène and Alex are educators and authors with vast backgrounds in healing…
 
Welcome to Water for Teachers, A Heinemann podcast focused on engaging with the hearts and humanity of those who teach. One thing we know for sure is that teachers are human. They have fears. They've experienced tragedy. They struggle. They are affected by crises and pandemics. And like everyone else, they deserve to lead lives full of peace, joy, …
 
Welcome to Water for Teachers, A Heinemann podcast focused on engaging with the hearts and humanity of those who teach. One thing we know for sure is that teachers are human. They have fears. They've experienced tragedy. They struggle. They are affected by crises and pandemics. And like everyone else, they deserve to lead lives full of peace, joy, …
 
What are the benefits of writing in small groups? Can they work in all classrooms? Today on the podcast we’re speaking with Jen Serravallo about her new book Teaching Writing in Small Groups. A follow up to its predecessor Teaching Reading in Small Groups, this book reveals how just a few minutes of purposeful, responsive teaching can have a big im…
 
Welcome to Water for Teachers, A Heinemann podcast focused on engaging with the hearts and humanity of those who teach. One thing we know for sure is that teachers are human. They have fears. They've experienced tragedy. They struggle. They are affected by crises and pandemics. And like everyone else, they deserve to lead lives full of peace, joy, …
 
Everything you've heard about Film School Professionals is true. Clover is actually the voice of the Millenium Falcon. Professors Malu and Katie welcome an exceptionally boring and very obnoxious guest who won't stop farting: their producer Gabe Mara of the Slow Readers podcast! Gabe swags in like he owns the place, demanding your two intrepid inst…
 
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