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Math Therapy

The Math Guru

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Math Therapy is the inspirational podcast that works through your math trauma, one problem at a time! Each week, Vanessa Vakharia (aka The Math Guru) chats with a different guest about their relationship with math and explores the educational highs and lows that can make or break our self-confidence. Whether you think you’re a “math person” or not, you’re about to find out that math people don’t ACTUALLY exist - but the scars that math class left on many of us DEFINITELY do! And don’t worry ...
 
For the young parents, the veteran homeschoolers, or anyone navigating the waters of homeschool options, nationally-known speaker and educational consultant, Carole Joy Seid, helps you homeschool simply, inexpensively, and enjoyably with a Bible, math curriculum, and library card. Because great books have the power to build godly family culture and give educational success! If you need a weekly shot of encouragement and support to continue on with confident joy in your homeschooling journey, ...
 
Savvy, practical insights on where our Education Establishment went wrong and how most schools can be improved. LET'S FIX EDUCATION explains the many dysfunctional theories and methods operating within our schools. This podcast is intended for parents, teachers, and community leaders who want education reform. Each week, LET'S FIX EDUCATION examines another problem in our public schools, such as: Constructivism. Learning styles. Sight-words. No memorization. Cooperative learning. Prior knowl ...
 
Where we get to the core of parent questions about education and learning! Featuring Dr. Megan Allen, NBCT, the owner/operator of The Community Classroom tutoring center. Each Tuesday the podcast will tackle a different parent or caregiver question about education and learning by those who know best: teachers!
 
This podcast is produced by front line education workers to provide a forum for the voice of all those concerned with affirming the human right to education. The show will delve into all aspects of education and the working lives of those who provide it and those who rely upon it for their future.
 
Applying to Everything is a general interest, interview style podcast. A show about the things folks are passionate about, and what that looks like in the world, especially where their different passions overlap. We’re covering: education, superheroes, politics, cooking, improv, coding, relationships, acting, therapy, music, math, and everything in between.
 
How can online homeschooling, online classes, or afterschooling fit into your lifestyle? What are the best online classes or online curriculum for your family's homeschool or school supplement? Is it possible for online school to be engaging and 'not boring'? If you've ever found yourself asking these questions about online homeschooling, you are in the right place! The Online School Mom podcast was designed to explore all things related to online homeschooling and afterschooling. We can hel ...
 
Popular Podagogy is a podcast from the Queen’s University Faculty of Education that will cover big teaching ideas in a way that will allow all teachers (and maybe even some parents) an opportunity to relate on a variety of emotional levels. Our guests will include top researchers and instructors from our faculty and beyond, as well as practicing teachers to combine big educational ideas with the everyday life of being a teacher. We hope that as you listen to this podcast, you will have an op ...
 
Promoting education in engineering and design for all ages. Learn more and read transcripts at www.k12engineering.net. Produced by Pius Wong, engineer, of Pios Labs (www.pioslabs.com). This podcast is for educators, engineers, entrepreneurs, and parents interested in bringing engineering to younger ages. Listen to real conversations among various professionals in the engineering education space, as we try to find better ways to educate and inspire kids in engineering thinking. For episode tr ...
 
What should future schools look like? How do brains learn? Some of the world's greatest educators, researchers, and community leaders share their stories and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
"Education News Parents Can Use" is a monthly TV show of the U.S. Department of Education. The program focuses on schools, learning and the implementation of federal education regulations and law, including the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. Its purpose is to offer parents information about getting involved in children's learning. Cable in the Classroom is pleased to provide these broadcasts in podcast (audio-only format), suitable for listening to on your computer or portable MP3 player.
 
This monthly podcast focuses on P-20 education pathways with a focus on research and leadership that promotes educational equity, justice, and excellence for all students. This podcast is a product of the Office of Community College Research and Leadership or OCCRL at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Learn more about OCCRL at occrl.illinois.edu.
 
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Bette Fetter

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Bette Fetter

Bette Fetter

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Living Life as a Right Brain Thinker is a podcast exploring what it REALLY means to be a right brain thinker and how it affects us in school, our relationships and our careers. Right brain, visual thinking is creative, innovative thinking that is often undervalued and overlooked in education. Yet, it is critical to our success in the global marketplace! Join Bette as she explains what it is to be a right brain thinker, shares strategies to improve academic success and calls focus to the chan ...
 
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Episode63-Steve Leinwand and Eric Milou, "Providing the Bold Leadership Needed to Invigorate High School Math for ALL 15 Million H.S. Students"NCSM Leadership in Mathematics Education
 
In this episode we catch up with Bella Lewkowicz, past Vice-President of the Ontario Teacher Candidate Council, an organization of teacher candidates from across Ontario have challenged the government’s math proficiency test imposed on new teachers prior to the pandemic. Bella discusses the latest on the legal challenge with a ruling expected Octob…
 
Ever been frustrated with your child's math homework? We feel you! In this episode, we'll get to the heart of what is causing that frustration and what we can do about it. We'll talk to Dr. Mike Flynn, the 2008 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year, author of Beyond Answers, and the Director of Math Leadership Programs at Mount Holyoke College. Dr. Fly…
 
In this episode of SWHH Podcast:- Getting to Know Drew Hirshon- Sometimes you've got to answer the call- Sprout Outs Special thanks to Pinkie & Pa's Petals full-service flower company. To learn more about them: https://www.instagram.com/pinkieandpaspetals/ See, What Had Happened is a part of the Teach Better Network. *** Don't forget to subscribe a…
 
Join us as Betsy Mays from Games By Absolute Zero discusses how Games By Absolute Zero was created. Betsy is a math teacher and mom with a passion for education and innovation. Games By Absolute Zero includes four different card games, each with multiple different versions to play: Absolute Zero Absolute Zero Junior Hunch Ten Fish Betsy designed ea…
 
Episode 16: Have the American media betrayed us? (October 13, 2021) True story, most of the work I've done in my life is related to journalism, writing, publishing, editing, et al. I wanted to think the professionals controlling our daily papers are people like me. I wanted to think well of them. Big mistakes. Fifteen years late, I realize that the…
 
This interview with Stacey Zhang of Justice for Society Magazine and Podcast was recorded on August 26, 2021 as part of Education is a Right Podcast’s virtual conference – Affirming the Right to Education in the 21st Century. Stacey discusses the concerns of young people as school began and the preoccupations of Justice for Society…
 
The Managing Attorney at the Liberty Justice Center, Daniel Suhr, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the Bishop of Charleston v. Adams case, which challenges South Carolina state officials from using the Blaine Amendment to block Covid-19 funds from going to non-public schools and historically black colleges and universities.…
 
Girls and science. Something happens to girls in upper elementary school and middle school where they start losing their fascination and love of science! Our guest in this episode helps us unpack that complex relationship. Carly Baldwin is a National Board Certified Teacher, a chemistry teacher in Ashland, Kentucky, a virtual tutor at The Community…
 
I'm honored to have a long-time friend on the podcast today! Chelsea Jacobs and her husband, Mark, live in Dallas and have four children. Their family's story is fascinating, hard, sad, yet joyful. I want you to hear it! Listen in. In this episode, you'll hear about: how God used a tragedy to make Chelsea brave how the Jacobs began homeschooling th…
 
Ollie Lovell · ERRR 058 Sam Sims on What makes effective Professional Development The ERRR podcast can also be listened… The post ERRR #058. Sam Sims on What makes effective Professional Development appeared first on Ollie Lovell.Ollie Lovell: Secondary school teacher and lover of learning. Passionate about all things eduction. @ollie_lovell
 
Penny Rabiger In this episode of series 2 of Word Up, Helen Prince chats to Penny Rabiger about the importance of listening to young people and what we can learn from them about race, identity and social justice. Penny Rabiger was a teacher for 10 years and has been working with social enterprises, charities and start-ups in the education sector si…
 
I'm joined by Greta Eskridge, author of Adventuring Together, to talk about how to navigate technology with teens and protect them from pornography. In this episode, you'll hear about: connecting with your children through books and adventure technology as a loaded gun the need to be proactive about technology walking with children through hurt giv…
 
Episode 15: Sir Ken Robinson was wrong and destructive. (Oct. 6, 2021) The grand tradition throughout the history of progressive education is to claim you have solved every problem in the schools, but what you've actually done is make everything worse. The great new ideas typically function as viruses, parasites, invasive species, and similar. Cont…
 
Everyone has a good story to tell and this podcast provides those opportunities to tell those types of educational stories, from from the good, the bad and everything in between. In this episode: - Getting to Know Telannia Norfar - Fighting over math? - Sprout Outs Special thanks to Pinkie & Pa's Petals full-service flower company. To learn more ab…
 
The Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University, Eric Hanushek, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Hanushek being awarded the $3.9 million Yidan Prize, which honors individuals or teams that have significantly contributed to the theory and practice of education.Paul E. Peterson
 
How students learn to interact with others? How do teachers cope with stress? In this episode, we join psychologist Rebecca Collie (UNSW) for an overview of her work on social and emotional development in schools. We talk about how students’ disruptive behaviours impact teachers, the concept of workplace buoyancy, and the challenges of doing rapid …
 
Vulnerable youth are being impacted by the pandemic. Faculty member Dr Ian Matheson, who researches students with exceptionalities, discusses ways that the pandemic has positively and negatively affected students with exceptionalities and talks about some strategies teachers and parents are using to navigate teaching in a pandemic environment. Plea…
 
Join us as Cheri Gipson describes how she provides virtual speech therapy and various services for homeschooling and online schooling families. She specializes in the development of speech and language skills and possesses over 20 years of experience in early childhood education. Cheri works alongside families and provides a free initial consultati…
 
Nathan Burns In this episode of series 2 of Word Up, Helen Prince chats to Nathan Burns about his specialist subject, metacognition. Nathan explains the importance of embedding metacognition into day-to-day teaching, why modelling and monitoring are key approaches in the classroom, and the value metacognition plays in all areas of life, from poachi…
 
Are you frustrated with your news intake? In a world where so much news is available, it can be overwhelming! My new friend, Rachel Reeves, recently began sharing headlines on her Instagram stories to help folks engage with current events in a way that isn't overwhelming. Rachel helps her followers find a balance to walk the line of exposing childr…
 
Episode 14 (Sept. 29): Socialism versus Education. A lively run-through of the major developments that will take you to socialism or communism. A key player throughout is education, or education that has been corrupted to serve ideological purposes. Once this process starts moving, usually it turns out badly because too much power has been concentr…
 
If our children don't like to read, can they still "do" life successfully? Is this normal? What can we do as parents to help our kids like reading a bit more? If you've ever wondered about these questions, this episode will bring you some much-needed peace of mind. We talk to literacy expert and educator Mary Phillips, a veteran educator of over 20…
 
The superintendent of Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Alberto Carvalho, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss how the district has supported school choice, which includes spreading choice options to communities and creating new programs that meet the needs of students and demands of parents.Paul E. Peterson
 
In this episode, I'm back with Dr. Bill Sears. He shares from his wealth of knowledge and experience as a pediatrician. You don't want to miss it! We talk about: the brain's need for natural light what Dr. Sears tells brand new parents omega 3s during pregnancy must-have foods baby's first foods the need to shape young tastes four tools to help you…
 
Episode 13: How We Can Save K-12 The people running the schools are the people ruining the schools. They think of themselves as saviors from a higher plane. But look at the damage they do. They're more accurately called parasites. The public needs to understand what's going on in the schools. Specifically, Americans need to understand how all the b…
 
This interview was recorded on August 18, 2021 just after the resignation of Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister and prior to the decision of the Manitoba government to not proceed with Bill 64. Manitoba educator Chantal Shivanna Ramraj discusses pandemic education in Manitoba, the overall direction of Bill 64 and its relationship to attempts to estab…
 
"My child doesn't like to write. What can I do?" We hear this question frequently at The Community Classroom, so we decided to ask one of the best teachers we know: Christine Paglia Baker. Christine is local to the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts, a tutor at The Community Classroom, and an educator of many years. This thoughtful and brillia…
 
In this episode of SWHH Podcast:- Getting to Know Erin Sanchez- Sometimes you've got to answer the call- Sprout Outs Special thanks to Pinkie & Pa's Petals full-service flower company. To learn more about them: https://www.instagram.com/pinkieandpa...​ See, What Had Happened is a part of the Teach Better Network. *** Don't forget to subscribe and s…
 
A senior attorney at the Institute for Justice, Michael Bindas, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the Carson v. Makin, which challenges Maine's exclusion of religions options from the state's tuition assistance program for residents outside of public school districts who send their children to private schools.…
 
Louise Pennington In this episode of Oxford Ed Chat, we welcome Louise Pennington and Adam Gaskell to chat about supporting secondary transition in maths. Louise and Adam discuss removing barriers to maths learning, the benefits of using manipulatives and the meaning of mastery. Louise Pennington is Professional Development lead for Oxford Universi…
 
In this episode we interview Tara Martinez and Diandra Powderhorn in Winnipeg, Manitoba about a memorial project they initiated on the grounds of the Manitoba Legislative Assembly to honour the children being uncovered in unmarked and mass graves at residential “schools” across Canada. We discuss their project and the importance of bringing forward…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by a self-proclaimed small town doc in California, Dr. William Sears. We met when my son was four years old and have been friends ever since. Bill and his wife, Martha, have written forty-five books on the topics of parenting, nutrition, healthy aging, and more. You'll hear about: Dr. Sears' take on lifestyle medicine hi…
 
Listen in as we speak with the co-owner of Open Tent Academy, an independent online homeschool provider. Open Tent Academy offers ala carte classes in almost every subject with engaging expert teachers. We discuss- Who may be a good fit for Open Tent Academy classes (online science, online writing classes, online history, online art....you get the …
 
Does it hurt children to measure pandemic learning loss? Are we going to stigmatize an entire generation of kids? And WHAT do we do as parents about standardized tests and this upcoming school year? In this episode of To The Core, we get to the core of these questions with Dr. Jemelleh Nurse Coes, the 2014 Georgia Teacher of the Year and the Direct…
 
Episode 12: what does student centered even mean? Anything? Sept. 15, 2015 When our top educators start suggesting that children can do their job better than they can, we need to let these people retire. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The three recommended guides and an excellent work by each: Why …
 
A professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Dr. Marty Makary, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the arguments against mandating mask use by children in schools.Dr. Makary is co-author of a recent op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, "The Case Against Masks for Children."https://www.wsj.com/articles/masks-children-parenting-schools-mandates-co…
 
Chicago educator and entrepreneur Scott Steward breaks down his teaching philosophy, rooted in getting to know his students. Steward founded Genius Lab in Chicago, where he teaches young people technology, business, and how to become an adult. He honed his curriculum from teaching in Chicago Public Schools classrooms for fifteen years in largely bl…
 
Episode62-Sunil Singh, "Broadening The Lens of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion In Our Math Content and Pedagogy Through History/Storytelling"NCSM Leadership in Mathematics Education
 
Kat Howard In this episode of series 2 of Word Up, Helen Prince chats to Kat Howard about curriculum implementation and how an exciting curriculum fires up and motivates learners. She also discusses fidelity to the subject, how to capitalise on colleagues’ interests and passions to enrich knowledge and extend the curriculum, and the importance of a…
 
Are you looking for an online chemistry course or chemistry tutor for your homeschooler or traditionally schooled student? Listen in as Cristina from Ace High School Chemistry (www.acechemistrytutoring.com) as she discusses how she uses a targeted plan to help chemistry students thrive and succeed. Ace Chemistry Tutoring offers full, live homeschoo…
 
*It's not too late to register for my upcoming webinar, A Literature Based Approach to Education, coming up this Saturday, September 11th! Click HERE to register! This week, I'm back with Bruce and Sonya Manson for part two of our conversation. The Mansons have attended my seminars in California for years and years. They are amazing veteran homesch…
 
Episode 11: We Can Have Better Schools At Less Cost (Sept. 8) More than most people imagine, the entire education sector is set up as a profit-making enterprise. Sure, most of these people are socialists and communists wanting to transform this country. But why should they pay for their political agenda? The cute trick is to make you pay for their …
 
An Assistant Professor at George Mason University, David Houston, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the 2021 Education Next Poll, on which both Houston and Peterson are co-authors.Paul E. Peterson
 
In this episode of SWHH Podcast:- Getting to Know Batsheva Frankel- Your leadership is your style. Sometimes you've got to buck the leadership!- Sprout Outs Follow Batsheva on Twitter at @OverthrowingED. Special thanks to Pinkie & Pa's Petals full-service flower company. To learn more about them: https://www.instagram.com/pinkieandpa...​ See, What …
 
Does the idea of ‘globalisation’ still have any relevance for understanding education in the 2020s? Fazal Rizvi (University of Melbourne) talks about what education policy now looks like in light of the rise of Asia, alongside increased worldwide shifts toward nationalism, popularism, and anti-globalisation. We also discuss the digitization of soci…
 
This episode is the plenary discussion session from Education is a Right’s virtual conference: Affirming the Right to Education in the 21st Century. Speakers included professors of education, teachers, education workers and students who discussed their preoccupations as school is about to begin or had begun in the case of Quebec. The panel was reco…
 
* Early bird registry for the upcoming webinar ends today, 9/1! Click HERE to register. I've known Bruce and Sonya Manson for a few decades now. We met in preschool!! ;-) Bruce is a public school teacher who's own children are homeschooled! I love the Manson's perspective. They have truly drunk the kool-aid of my literature based approach to educat…
 
Episode 10, Sept. 1: Max Efficiency: How To Study A New Subject Some suggestions on how to make education more efficient. School is starting. There are many clever young people, probably on a trajectory toward college, who will find value in these ideas. Weird but true, I don't think the Education Establishment thinks in terms of efficiency. If we …
 
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