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Podcast series "Pathways to Peace" is a production of the Early Childhood Peace Consortium (ECPC)(https://ecdpeace.org). In this series, we discuss how positive early childhood development can lead to global peace. Listen in as we talk with experts about the experiences and the challenges they face in implementing early childhood development programs to build a more peaceful world. The ECPC brings together leaders from international organizations, academia, practice, philanthropy, networks, ...
 
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Oncology Times sits down with Brian J. Bolwell, MD, the Chairman of the Taussig Cancer Institute and Professor of Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner School of Medicine. In his recurring Oncology Times column Straight Talk: Today's Cancer Centers, Dr. Bolwell dispenses wisdom on how to be a better leader. In this episode, Dr. Bolwell discusses …
 
In this episode, Jo Anderson, Co-Executive Director for the Consortium for Educational Change, speaks with Nick Wahl, a champaign in the education arena, having served public schools for more than thirty years in roles as teacher, coach, athletic director, building principal, assistant superintendent and superintendent of schools. Jo and Nick talk …
 
This episode features an interview with Michele Robertson from Dun & Bradstreet, and Erick Flores from the Madera County Workforce Investment Corporation as they discuss EconoVue, a data visualization and business outreach platform that allows the user to dissect and understand the economy at the neighborhood, city and regional levels.…
 
In this episode, Arlana Bedard, a Programs & Services Director with Consortium for Educational Change, speaks with Carole Collins Ayanlaja, an Assistant Professor at Eastern Illinois University. Carole and Arlana talk about the intersectionalities of race and gender and their impact on educational leadership. To learn more about the Consortium for …
 
This episode features an interview with Daniel Patterson, Consultant at ProPath, Inc., as he discusses the work he is doing with the workforce system in Madera County and how that work supports systemic change in the one-stop environment. He also reveals why the work of a one-stop operator is an essential role in the local workforce system.…
 
S2, Ep2. Friedrich W. Affolter, EdD, education expert for Risk-Informed Programming at UNICEF New York Program Division, and Secretary to the ECPC, joins host, Nancy Shemrah Fallon of the ECPC Global Communications Team. Dr. Affolter discusses his pioneering work as manager of UNICEF's Peace Building Education and Advocacy Program, also called Lear…
 
This episode features an interview with Chris Rodriguez from the Madera County Department of Corrections, and Stephanie Stoeckel from Madera County Probation, as they discuss their respective partnerships with the Workforce Development Board of Madera County. Discover the work that is being done to help returning citizens find good jobs and some of…
 
Sherri Watkins, Executive Director at State Center Adult Education Consortium, joins the program to discuss her organization's partnership with the Madera County Workforce Investment Corporation and the benefits of that partnership. She also shares advice for other consortia and educational institutions who may be consideration partnering with the …
 
In this episode, Arlana Bedard, a Programs & Services Director with Consortium for Educational Change, speaks with Eugene Robinson, Jr., the Director of Postsecondary Support & Strategy with the Chicago Public Schools Office of Network Support. Eugene talks about how school systems can better ensure postsecondary success for African-American male s…
 
In this episode, you'll learn about the Transitional Job Training program, and the benefits of the program for both employers and job seekers. You'll hear from an employee who went through the program, an employer who has utilized the program, and the Disability Resource Coordinator for the Madera County Workforce Investment Corporation.…
 
In this episode, you'll hear from a business owner and a business services specialist about the benefits of engaging in the workforce development system. Discover the qualities that employers are looking for in prospective employees and why business professionals should consider serving on their local workforce development board.…
 
S2, Ep1. Dr. Joanna Rubinstein, President and CEO of World Childhood Foundation (WCF) USA, joins Yale Professor James F. Leckman in a discussion on the new groundbreaking report by The Economist Intelligence Unit “Out of the Shadows Index”. This benchmarking tool, developed with support from the WCF, the Oak and Carlson Family Foundations, helps co…
 
In this episode, Jo Anderson, co-executive director of the Consortium for Educational Change, speaks with Angela Jerabek, executive director of the BARR Center. Angela talks about her experience helping schools meet the academic, social and emotional needs of all students using the BARR model, which is rooted in the belief that growth is possible f…
 
In this episode, you'll learn about an initiative that is helping ex-offenders connect to skill training and job seeking services. Discover best practices and takeaways from the initiative and how to overcome some of the most common challenges that ex-offenders face when returning to the workforce.By Madera Business and Career News
 
In this episode, Shelley Taylor, a senior director from the Consortium for Educational Change, talks with Loukia Mastrodimos, who is a former teacher and administrator who now runs Erini Yoga and Wellness. Loukia shares that in order for educators to be able to take care of their students, they must first take care of themselves. Any school or dist…
 
In this episode, Mary Tavegia discusses social-emotional learning strategies for classroom teachers that they can implement in order to assist all students, especially those facing challenges both inside and outside of school. Any school or district interested in learning more about social-emotional learning and CEC's approach to assisting teachers…
 
In this episode, Shelley Taylor, a senior director from the Consortium for Educational Change, speaks with Dr. Tali Raviv from the Center for Childhood Resilience about how schools can become more trauma informed. Dr. Raviv shares thoughts on how the entire school community can help students who are in need. She also discusses her new book, Creatin…
 
In this episode we speak with Ann Cummins-Bogan, an educational consultant with many years of experience in the classroom. She has also served as a union leader. Ann is being interviewed by Mary McDonald, a senior director at the Consortium for Educational Change. CEC is working across the country with administrators and union leaders to build succ…
 
In this episode we speak with three educators from Batavia School District, which is located in the suburbs of Chicago. The union leader, the superintendent and the curriculum director talk with Mary McDonald, a senior director at the Consortium for Educational Change. The group has been on a labor-management collaboration journey for many years.…
 
Michael Fullan In this episode we have Michael Fullan, author of many books on education and the global leadership director with New Pedagogies for Deep Learning being interviewed by Jo Anderson, co-executive director of the Consortium for Educational Change. Michael discusses the right drivers and the wrong drivers in education and how using the r…
 
Ana Estela Haddad, former First Lady of the City of São Paulo and Coordinator of the Municipal Policy for Integral Early Childhood Development – São Paulo Carinhosa Program, joins host, Dr. Maria Conceição do Rosário, Associate Professor, Federal University of São Paulo. Dr. Haddad discusses how the Carinhosa Program, São Paulo’s municipal policy f…
 
Dr. Maria Conceição do Rosário is an associate professor at the Federal University of Sao Paulo and adjunct professor at the Yale Child Study Center. She is a child psychiatrist and currently coordinates the Early Childhood Attention Program (PAPI) in Brazil, an interdisciplinary team of people dedicated to developing and implementing strategies fo…
 
Professor Paul Connelly, Professor of Education and Dean of Research for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at Queens University in Belfast, Ireland, joins host, Yale Professor Rima Salah. Professor Connolly discusses his work which investigates conflict and an innovative early childhood development program in Northern Ireland, as…
 
Dr. Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Courtney Sale Ross Professor of Globalization and Education and university professor at New York University, joins host Yale professor, Rima Salah. Dr. Hirokazu Yoshikawa speaks about the current state of affairs with regard to early childhood development research, implementation of programs, and the need to shift our focus …
 
Dr. Theresa Betancourt, Associate Professor of Child Health and Human Rights, Harvard University, joins host Yale student, Frank Boudon. Dr. Betancourt discusses how she became involved in research on children and conflict, expounds upon the successes and challenges of her work, and offers insights about the policy and research goals we should prio…
 
Katie Maeve Murphy, Early Childhood Development Technical Advisor to the International Rescue Committee (IRC), joins host, Angelica Ponguta, Associate Research Scientist at Yale University. Mrs. Murphy discusses IRCs emphasis on family and parenting programs to foster early childhood development in crisis conditions to promote peacebuilding.For mor…
 
Dr. Lina María González Ballesteros, Healthy Living Leader at the Fundación Saldarriaga Concha in Bogota, Colombia, joins host Marin Chanel, graduate student at Yale University. Dr. Ballesteros discusses her foundation's success in mobilizing funds for investment in early childhood in Colombia through the conceptualization of peacebuilding from ear…
 
Dr. Ghassan Issa, Co-founder and Coordinator at the Arab Resource Collective (ARC) in Beirut, Lebanon, joins host Frank Boudon, undergraduate student at Yale University. Dr. Issa discusses ARCs integrated approach to building partnerships and overcoming challenges when working on early childhood development (ECD), its importance for building peace …
 
Christina de Bruin, Deputy Representative at UNICEF Côte d’Ivoire, joins host Angelica Ponguta, Associate Research Scientist at Yale University. Ms. de Bruin discusses how the UNICEF Learning for Peace program in the Ivory Coast empowers women of different ethnicities at early childhood development centers to build trust and peace for their childre…
 
Dr. Kaja Jasinska, Research Scientist at Haskins Laboratories, joins host, Frank Boudon, undergraduate student at Yale University. Dr. Jasinska, a cognitive scientist, describes her work on child development, its contribution to peacebuilding, and her current research on child literacy in low-resource settings in Cote D’Ivoire.For more information,…
 
Dr. Kaveh Khoshnood, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies at the Yale School of Public Health, joins host Frank Boudon, undergraduate student at Yale University. Dr. Khoshnood discusses his research on a parenting intervention with Palestinian refugees and how Public Health researchers can work to prevent collective violence.Fo…
 
Andrew Zelenetz, MD, PhD, Chief of the Lymphoma Service and Vice Chair of Medical Informatics at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, tells OT how oncologists there are training a computer to understand and compare big data sets… Here’s why he says that work will help cancer patients at MSKCC and beyond.…
 
David E. Weissman, MD, founded the Palliative Care Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin, serves as Director of the Medical School Palliative Care Education Project, and is also Co-Director of the Center to Advance Palliative Care’s initiative to help oncs meet revised standards of care (Improving Palliative Care—Outpatients [OPAL-OP]). Listen…
 
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