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Best Johns Hopkins Center For Talented Youth CTY podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Johns Hopkins Center For Talented Youth CTY podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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How can parents and educators help children express themselves and their dreams confidently? Tre’ Gammage, educational consultant and author of “Every Decision Counts: 8 Lessons I Wish They Taught Me In School” and host Jonathan Plucker discuss nuances of communication and methods for supporting children as they develop their social-emotional skill…
 
We know parents have questions about testing—so we brought in an expert to answer them! Dr. Jeff Smith, Dean of the College of Education at the University of Otago in New Zealand, joins CTY’s Jonathan Plucker for a Q&A session with questions provided by our listeners that cover a wide range of assessment-related topics.Show notes: https://johnshopk…
 
What are the keys to making homeschooling effective for advanced learners? Dr. Jennifer Jolly, director of the Gifted Education and Talent Development Office at the University of Alabama sits down with host Jonathan Plucker to discuss the relationship between homeschooling and institutional learning, and how the flexibility and options afforded by …
 
At a time when distance learning has become “the new normal,” we hear from Chris Robbins, a 26 year veteran teacher in the Glastonbury Public Schools in Connecticut, as he and host Jonathan Plucker break down some of the benefits and challenges of transitioning to a digital model of education.Show notes: https://johnshopkinscty.org/digital-educatio…
 
How can all children learn to apply critical thinking in the classroom and in the world? Colin Seale, founder and CEO of thinkLaw and author of “Thinking Like A Lawyer: A Framework for Teaching Critical Thinking to All Students,” joins CTY’s Jonathan Plucker to examine how lack of educational equity prevents students from developing their critical …
 
How can you take your child’s creative spark and make it burn even brighter? Matthew Worwood, Associate Director of the Digital Media & Design Program and Assistant-Professor-of-Practice at the University of Connecticut joins host Jonathan Plucker to discuss the strategies that parents can employ in order to help encourage, foster, and increase cre…
 
Can the relentless pursuit of perfection hinder a child’s academic development? Dr. Michelle Muratori, research psychologist and counselor at the Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins and CTY’s Jonathan Plucker explore what parents of gifted children can do to balance striving for greatness with the social and emotional pitfalls of maladaptive…
 
In this special bonus episode, Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion at Ohio State University Dr. James Moore III extends and expands his Episode 09 discussion with host Jonathan Plucker on the barriers and biases faced by diverse students, and offers additional suggestions on effective interventions and strategies families can use to advocate f…
 
In this special bonus episode of Bright Now, we dive into a fascinating discussion of historical conceptions of time and its measurement with John Hopkins East Asian Science Professor Dr. Yulia Frumer, and explore classical Japanese time based on seasons, the importance of creativity and technological innovation in disseminating ideas about time ac…
 
Dr. Steve Fredericks, a former NYC school teacher and the Executive Director of New York Edge, talks with host Jonathan Plucker about identifying academic potential in struggling urban schools, and the systemic issues that have made NYC selective schools less diverse and more racially homogenous since the 1970s.…
 
In part two of our three episode series on college we hear directly from two senior admissions officers at elite private and public schools—Ellen Kim, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions at Johns Hopkins University, and Sacha Thieme, Executive Director of the Office of Admissions at the University of Indiana Bloomington—and delve into the college admi…
 
In the first part of this three part series we talk with Dr. Linda Brody, Director of the Study of Exceptional Talent (SET) at the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, about common misconceptions academically advanced students and their families have about the college search and admissions process, how the college search experience is (and isn'…
 
Dr. Antonia Szymanski, an Associate Professor of Gifted Studies at Western Kentucky University, joins us for an exploration of affective learning, the social and emotional issues and strengths most commonly associated with giftedness, and how parents can help bright kids manage emotional challenges.By Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY)
 
Megan Foley Nicpon, counseling psychology professor at the University of Iowa and researcher at the Belin-Blank Center, joins CTY's Jonathan Plucker for a wide-ranging discussion of twice-exceptional learners, including what “twice-exceptional” (or “2e”) means, the unique barriers and challenges 2e students face, and how their needs differ from tho…
 
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