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In this podcast, we discuss interesting details about Serbian language and culture from a learner's and teacher's perspective. We offer new and fun resources for learners of Serbian. To follow each episode with the annotated script, vocabulary and quizzes, join us also at Moze kafa podcast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mozekafapodcast/. So, if you're ready, grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the podcast! #mozekafapodcast
 
What does it mean to be educated for today's modern learner? With the rise in technology, is education a dying field? Are teachers necessary?Join middle school teachers Alyssa and Andre as they explore the ins and outs of today's education system through the lens of equity and social justice. Each episode will explore relevant topics in education from the perspective of two black teachers in an urban school setting.
 
Saifedean's The Bitcoin Standard Podcast is the place to discuss Bitcoin and economics from the Austrian school's perspective. Listen to the weekly saifedean.com discussion seminar, where a group of learners from all over the world discuss the website's online courses, as well as a wide variety of economic, political, and social issues, and occasionally host special guests for the discussion. The podcast also includes the most interesting interviews conducted with Saifedean on other shows.
 
Listen and Learn Chinese from an intermediate-level, non-native learner perspective. Max and Hasnaien are two Canadians who have been learning Mandarin for a few years and are excited to share their own homemade tips and tricks for learning Mandarin but aren't so far gone that they don't understand the grind of learning Chinese. If you're brand new to learning Chinese or wanting to brush up on your basics, feel free to start right at Episode 1, which is the first episode of our Tones and Pīn ...
 
SLP Nerdcast offers ASHA CEUs through “podcast learning.” We discuss clinical issues and best practices relevant to speech and language pathologists. We review resources and literature while trying to not bore you to tears. Who are we? We are two speech language pathologists (one dually certified BCBA) who met several years ago and became kindred spirits in nerdiness and sci-fi fantasy books - but that’s a topic for a different podcast. We enjoy reading, thinking, and discussing speech langu ...
 
Fascinated by the impact of women artists in the story of the visual arts, art historian and educator Bernadine Franco engages you in a journey through works of art that expose the astonishing beauty of women's inner lives. Whether you are an art-lover, feminist, history-nerd, or lifelong learner, the feminine perspective of women can shape you to see and experience the visual world in new and meaningful ways. . Join Bernadine in a growing community of art enthusiasts in a shared passion and ...
 
Learn from corporate defense law firm leaders such as the chairmen, managing partners, executive committee members and law partners along with general counsel and legal industry consultants. We interview these men and women across the United States who practice law and provide leadership at the largest law firms to elite corporate boutiques, public and private companies. Glean wisdom, new ideas, relate to their stories and follow along as we talk about current legal industry topics, firm man ...
 
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Get .1 ASHA CEU here Episode Summary Dɪsfeʒə? Dɪsfɑʒə? Təmeto, təmɑto? That is one of the many questions tackled in this week’s episode with Dr. Lindsey Griffin, a leading professional in the field of adult dysphagia and assistant professor at Emerson College in Boston. For those of you not practicing in the field of swallowing, this episode will c…
 
In this seminar we are joined by Stephen Chow, founder of Chow Art Fund, whose mission is to embrace the bitcoin standard in order to sponsor living artists to create masterpieces, and @FractalEncrypt, an artist who has produced a magnificent bitcoin full node sculpture. We discuss my book, The Bitcoin Standard, and how its discussion of time prefe…
 
Painter Alex Bigatti crosses the boundaries between realism and abstraction in her gestural or action paintings. Dive in with me in her boundless joy expressed through vivid colors and broken brushwork. You will also hear from the artist herself, including her insights into the symbolic meanings she explores from her subject onto the canvas. . Visi…
 
In this podcast we discussed last week seminar with Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor. We go over his strategy for buying bitcoin and wether it works for everyone. Then we discuss wether his actions and analysis contradict the bitcoin stock to flow model. Finally, we move on to discuss how we can reconcile the stock to flow model with praxeology and…
 
John and Jared unpack when you should start learning Chinese characters so you can find your own answer that might be later or earlier than you might think. Guest interview is with Adam DiFrisco who found the courage to make huge life changing decisions that brought him to China. Links from the episode: Learning Chinese via Twitch - Wired Speak Chi…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here This topic is a frequent flyer in our listener questions inbox. Apraxia? Severe phonological disorder? Articulation disorder? What’s the difference? Does it even matter? Turns out, there are some pretty big differences between these diagnostic categories, and it is important to understand what is going on in order to help your …
 
In this podcast we talk to Peter Young, a regular attendee of our seminars and student of Austrian economics, who has spent a lot of time traveling to North Korea. Peter gives us his perspective on the communist economic system and how it functions, through the lens of the Austrian economics. You can follow Peter on Twitter using the handle @TheAus…
 
Leslie C. Sotomayor is an artist who expresses visual narratives of her own story as a Latin American woman. Her research work includes her role as educator, curator alongside an artistic practice of making works of art. She articulates the struggles and challenges of other Latin American women artists, representing their unique commonality; "lived…
 
Zdravo svima! Learning the language of a country is easier when you know its culture and history. That's why we have covered some cult books and famous authors in Serbia in this episode. You may read them in English or Serbian. If you're a noobie like Maki, you can read 'Ezopove Basne' (Aesop's Fables) in Serbian. Thanks for listening! Ezopve Basne…
 
We are rejoined by Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor, who has read the first part of The Fiat Standard and shares some fascinating feedback on it, including how to think of time preference and bitcoin. We also discuss Bitcoin for Corporations, the conference Microstrategy organized, and how he sees the bitcoin corporate wave advancing. What are the …
 
I interviewed Megan Belcher | Senior Vice President, General Counsel, & Corporate Secretary on Friday, November 20th, 2020. We discussed several topics such as: Transferring Success to Others Drinks Among Friends in Omaha, NE Launching a Womens’ GC Mastermind The Position of Power & Privilege and Welcoming Others at the Table Having a Professional …
 
#9 - Holiday Hunger In this episode, Max and Hasnaien talk about some key traditions and customs involving fish positioning and not accepting money easily. Read along as you listen with an Episode Guide: www.listenandlearnchinese.com/9 We post and share Chinese memes and more useful tips and tricks on Instagram @listenandlearnchinese. DM us if we m…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Wow. Nina Reeves comes to us by way of a listener request, and we are doubly grateful! Thank you to our listener for bringing our attention to such a fantastic resource, and so many thanks to Nina Reeves for being generous with her time and knowledge! Those of you who are regular listeners know that fluency is one of the areas …
 
In this seminar, we look closely at the concept of stock-to-flow, comparing it across bitcoin, gold, silver, other metals, and altcoins. We go over the data from The Bitcoin Standard, and look at more recent numbers for silver, and explain why attempts to monetize silver and platinum failed, why mining asteroids would not eliminate gold’s monetary …
 
John and Jared talk about flashcards and spaced repetition software, how they can help, their limits, and how to use them to build your Chinese skills. This guest interview is with Mandarin Blueprint cofounder Luke Neale, who felt the call of Chinese pulling him back to China, changing his life forever. Links from the episode: SRS flashcards: Pros …
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here In this episode we had the great pleasure of welcoming Sarah Gregory, MS, CCC-SLP onto our show to discuss AAC and Inclusion in a virtual environment. Throughout she reminds us that inclusion is a mindset, not a location. She also highlights what we can do as SLPs to embrace the continuum of service delivery and collaborate wit…
 
How would the free market have handled a respiratory illness? After a year of evidence, including my personal experience with the illness, we discuss the effectiveness of individual and public health precautions and interventions. We examine the difference in approach through the lens of Mises' calculation problem. What economic problems face publi…
 
Journey with me through the flat planes, shapes and curvaceous edges bursting with vivid colors in the compositions by contemporary Brazilian artist Ariana Tavares. Works highlighted include the painting, "Monstera," from her Tropical series and includes an insightful conversation with the artist. . Resources for this podcast episode are listed in …
 
This week we host Philipp Bagus, the economist who wrote the definitive Austrian treatment of deflation, In Defense of Deflation. We discuss the history of anti-deflation thought in economics, the different kinds of deflation, the consequences of deflation, and whether this is a problem for bitcoin. We also discuss Philipp's views on bitcoin, as we…
 
Get .1 ASHA CEU here Embracing parents as communication partners is critical for our clients for a variety of reasons. Parents are primary communication partners for their children, and can play significant roles in acquisition and generalization of communication skills. And it comes as no surprise that since parents are unique communication partne…
 
In this week's seminar we discuss reddit's attack on hedge funds by buying Gamestop stock. How the analysis of hard money in The Bitcoin Standard can help us understand why these short-squeezes will be self-defeating everywhere except with bitcoin, because of its unique Number Go Up technology. We also discuss deflation, monarchy, and more fun!…
 
We are joined by Austrian-school economist Per Bylund to discuss entrepreneurship as studied in the Austrian school tradition, and how and why the treatment of this topic differs from mainstream schools of thought. Per is a Fellow of the Mises Institute and Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship & Records-Johnston Professor of Free Enterprise in t…
 
Explore textiles in the visual expression through the practice of contemporary artist Jean Rill-Alberto. Her Stitch Meditation series are small, intimate pieces, surfaced textured of geometric and organic shapes and forms. Creating with textiles and paper, the act of stitching became a kind of therapy for the artist, especially during the pandemic.…
 
Stephan is a patent autorney and Libertarian scholar, from whom I’ve learned a lot over the years. Although he is not an economist, he has made a very important contribution to economics by providing the best alaboration of the case against intellectual property. I highly recommend his paper “Against Intellectual Property”, which I taught in my ECO…
 
I interviewed Michael Moradzadeh | Founding Partner & CEO of Rimon Law on Friday, November 6th, 2020. We discussed several topics such as: Growing up in Silicon Valley and the Transition to NYC Beginning of His Career at Ropes & Gray Innovating the Law Firm Business Model First 3 Years of Rimon Definition of Great Leadership Benefits of Non-Attorne…
 
John and Jared review a paper written by a professor who incorporated graded readers and theater into a Chinese class. You’ll discover why it was so effective at helping students learn and gather even more ways to get creative with your graded readers. Guest interview is with Denis Suslov, a Russian who moved to China when he was 17 to study Chines…
 
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