show episodes
 
We are a show for parents, teachers, and principals. Each week we answer your biggest education questions by telling great stories. Do you have a question you want to hear answered by our experts? Call 615-669-ASK1 or email us at askaprincipalpodcast@gmail.com
 
Tired of school change efforts that stall, or worse, never get off the ground? If you’re a principal, assistant principal, or instructional coach who is ready have a transformative impact on the teachers you serve then School Leadership Reimagined is for you. Each week, Robyn Jackson will share counterintuitive strategies to help you dramatically improve instruction. You’ll discover how to motivate your teachers, help them be accountable, overcome toxic cultures, and transform your school. N ...
 
A weekly interview show about Amazon's voice AI, featuring the diverse set of people that research, build, and create amazing voice experiences. You'll hear from scientists and product development team members at Amazon, as well as voice designers and developers from around the world. Hosted by Jeff Blankenburg, Principal Technical Evangelist at Amazon Alexa.
 
On Educators Lead, Jay Willis interviews some of today's most effective, engaging, innovative leaders in education. Dave Burgess, Amy Fadeji, George Couros, Dr. Jenny Grant Rankin, Joe Sanfilippo, Todd Nesloney, Kim Marshall, Peter DeWitt, Eric Sheninger, Theresa Stager, Dr. Robert Dillon, and Jon Corippo are just a few of the 80+ guests to date. This show is for you if you are interested in educational leadership as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, superintendent, or someone who h ...
 
Bob Seng, J.D. and the other experts at Benefit Comply, LLC discuss the most pressing regulatory issues affecting employers who sponsor employee benefits. Become a Benefit Comply client to receive these podcasts sooner and have access to robust show notes and other compliance resources.Bob Seng J.D. is a Principal and Senior Compliance Consultant for Benefit Comply, LLC. An ERISA and employee benefits lawyer with 25 years of experience, he was formerly a partner with Dorsey & Whitney in Minn ...
 
Deeper Learning with WeVideo explores ways to inspire creativity in the classroom, activities that ignite deeper learning for students, and interviews with thought leaders in education that motivate teachers and influencers in education technology. Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad is a speaker, author and professional learning facilitator. He is the Chief Education Officer at WeVideo. Throughout his career, he has served as a teacher, assistant principal, university adjunct professor, consultant, and ed ...
 
Palm Springs Unified School District Coordinator of Communications and Community Outreach Joan Boiko hosts "You Learn Something New Every Day,” which features news and information about the Palm Springs Unified School District. You Learn Something New Every Day is produced by students in the Digital Arts Technology Academy (DATA) at Cathedral City High School under the instruction of Bryce Johnson. For more information or to suggest future show topics, contact Joan Boiko at jboiko@psusd.us o ...
 
Ready to become a Clinical Research Associate, and you wonder what to do next, or what prerequisites are required? Have you been applying for CRA positions with no response? Or, are you new to the CRA role, and wonder what to expect? These are some questions that Clinical Research Professional, Elizabeth Waddell, dives into on her Let's Get Clinical Podcast. In addition to her online courses and step-by-guides, each episode is designed to help YOU pursue a career in clinical research while p ...
 
Risky Business with the Coverage Queens: the podcast that talks about the business of educational technology and how tech devices affect our lives inside and outside the classroom. The Coverage Queens, Bliss Landon, a 30-year insurance expert, and Kathy Kaehler, a 30-year health and fitness guru share their expertise and discuss timely topics with EdTech leaders, business professionals, health and wellness experts, and users of technology.
 
E
EURO—VISION

1
EURO—VISION

FRAUD (Audrey Samson & Francisco Gallardo)

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly+
 
📡 EURO—VISION 🛰 the podcast. A series of weekly podcasts that compile conversations with activists, scholars, fisherpeople and artists, hosted by FRAUD, around the politics of extraction, migration and international agreements that are affecting communities and ecologies on a global scale and that perpetuate European colonial legacies. Speakers include: 📢 Prof. Adekeye Adebajo, Director of the Institute for Pan-African Thought and Conversation at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. ...
 
M
Modern American Diplomacy

1
Modern American Diplomacy

The Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training (ADST)

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
We interview American diplomats, capturing the sacrifice, leadership, humor, heroism, wisdom, and lessons of modern American diplomacy. Through historical reflections and personal anecdotes, guests explain foreign policy and tradecraft, or what they were trying to accomplish and how. Episodes include conversations with America’s diplomatic legends -- including Thomas Pickering, John Negroponte, Bill Burns, Maura Harty, Beth Jones and Kristie Kenney -- as well as rising leaders and foreign po ...
 
K
Kurdistan in America

1
Kurdistan in America

Kurdistan Regional Government Representation in the United States

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
The Kurdistan in America podcast is the official podcast of the Kurdistan Regional Government Representation in the United States, based in Washington, DC. The central aim of the podcast is to explore the rich relationship between Kurdistan and the United States. Now in its second season, the English-language podcast is released on a monthly basis. The podcast covers a diverse array of topics, including art, culture, security, politics, humanitarian affairs, and the economy. The podcast begi ...
 
Ditch Digger CEO is a podcast that will feed and grow your hunger for entrepreneurship. This show chronicles those who have built their business from nothing to million or even billion dollar enterprises. Often with only grit and work ethic to rely on. Gary Rabine is a serial entrepreneur who has started 25 companies over the past 20 years and is currently the CEO of 9 companies. Quinton, a millennial, is the leader of a Mentoring non profit, True Mentors, that matches successful CEO’s with ...
 
The Class Intercom podcast aims to help educators learn how to market their school through social media and empower students to engage in sharing their story. Our goal is to help schools provide a social learning environment which allows educators to teach students digital leadership and professional social content management processes.
 
Loading …
show series
 
Imagine this: You receive only six emails a week. One is from your district office and provides all the info you need for the week. One is from your principal and provides all the info your teachers need for the week. The other four are from the PLC teams that you support and are copies of their meeting notes and action items. Almost no email, and …
 
This month, the Kurdistan in America podcast is honored to have Dr. Matthew Zais as its guest. Matt is the former Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of International Affairs at the US Department of Energy. Currently, he serves as the Vice President of Government Relations at HKN Energy, which has invested in Kurdistan’s oil sector.…
 
Our guest this week is Melissa Kidd from Cherriots. She explains senior public transportation services in the Salem-Keizer area and in Marion and Polk Counties. Melissa is the Customer Service Manager from Cherriots, the perfect person to explain the services Cherriots provides to seniors and those with mobility issues. Quite frankly, you will be a…
 
We got a strong sense yesterday of the reaction to school going back for seniors currently languishing in Level 3, and how it’s gone down with teachers. The PPTA, as we know, was furious - they didn’t mince their words. They said the government had abandoned it’s ‘abundance of caution’ approach and moved to a “reckless disregard for consequences in…
 
Human rights activists have disrupted the flame lighting ceremony for the Winter Olympics. This was in protest to China hosting the games. The activists are calling for countries and athletes to boycott the games due to human rights abuses in China. At the same time, British diver Tom Daly is asking IOC to ban countries from competing where being g…
 
Hopes today's announcement on the Covid protection framework will signal when the South Island can move out of Level Two. Canterbury Chamber of Commerce CEO Leanne Watson told Kate Hawkesby the south may have no cases of Covid - but that doesn't mean it's not struggling. She says businesses and people in general are frustrated that there’s just no …
 
The Tamaki’s are once again defending their right to protest. Bishop Brian Tamaki appeared in court this week for failing to comply with a Level Three order and breaching his bail conditions. He has attended and helped organise two lockdown protests and violated his bail conditions by attending another protest on October 16. Wife Hannah Tamaki told…
 
Are you finding these days that your patience is wearing thin? When it comes to morons, mine is. When I read yesterday that people were gathering and chanting outside the Henderson Police Station wearing "Freedom NZ" masks, and revving their motorbikes after Brian Tamaki’s arrest, it felt like the world had officially gone mad. Worse yet, Tamaki’s …
 
The future of business travel, and what it will look like post-pandemic will be discussed today. Flight Centre are holding their corporate travel event Illuminate. It coincides with the launch of the government's self-isolation pilot for business travellers, with 150 people confirmed for the trial. Flight Centre Travel Group's Head of Customer Enga…
 
The All Blacks have a supporter in the US House of Representatives with a congressman welcoming the "legendary" team to America ahead of their clash against the USA Eagles this weekend. Speaking next to a picture of the All Blacks haka, Republican congressman Alex Mooney, who is co-chair of the congressional rugby caucus, said the All Blacks are "t…
 
Some changes could be on the way for the Catholic Church. Pope Francis has announced a two-year consultation process that aims to reform the Church. Called "Synod" the aim is to consult every Catholic parish and bishop around the world on the future direction of the Church. Assistant Catholic Bishop of Auckland Bishop Michael Gielen told Kate Hawke…
 
Senior students in level three regions get to go back to school from Tuesday, but for years one to 10, no such luck. Education Minister Chris Hipkins says those students might not return to school until 2022. And if they do, Hipkins says some options being considered to make it work are rostered attendance, and learning outdoors in the warmer month…
 
One of the most frustrating things about being a Builder is that not everyone will understand what you are trying to build. And, even those who do understand may find your bold vision a threat to their own complacency. That means, you will likely face times when others try to block what you are trying to build. That's why on today's episode, we're …
 
As if this week’s not tough enough and we’re not rarked up enough already, now they want to carve up heritage houses for more development. A new bill aims to force councils to allow more dense housing. The "new intensification rules will allow buildings of up to three storeys on most sites in cities without any need for resource consent from August…
 
A new bill designed to cut red tape and allow more intensification in housing construction could be pointless if practical aspects aren’t taken into account. Labour and National have joined forces on the rules, which will allow up to three homes of up to three storeys built on most sites, without resource consent. AUT construction expert John Tooke…
 
Prison staff have been taken by surprise by the Government’s move to include them in mandatory vaccination. All staff working in New Zealand prisons now need to get their first dose by October 30 and both doses by December 1. Corrections Association Acting President Floyd du Plessis told Kate Hawkesby the news has come as a shock to members. He say…
 
Life has returned to normal for millions in Britain since coronavirus restrictions were lifted over the summer. But while the rules have vanished, the virus hasn't. Many scientists are now calling on the government to reimpose social restrictions and speed up booster vaccinations as coronavirus infection rates, already Europe's highest, rise still …
 
Financial hardship thanks to lockdown means more people are trying to get their Kiwisaver funds out earlier. Budgeting advisers say there's been a 25 to 40 per cent increase in the number of payouts being approved. That means an increase in rejected applications that they don't quite meet the hardship standard - and this is proving tough for some t…
 
You knew when the PM started selling the idea that we should be so grateful not to be going into level 4, that the mind games were on, and she was going to make Level 3 sound like a picnic. And picnics as it turns out, is all we got. Two more weeks of them. I could not have called this more wrong. Yesterday, I optimistically said they’d definitely …
 
Despite the optimism of many yesterday, Auckland is facing another two weeks of lockdown while the rest of the country remains in level two. The Government did make some announcements of announcements It will finally reveal a vaccination target on Friday, as well as a new traffic light system. But this has some saying the chop and change of decisio…
 
The film industry has traditionally been dominated by studios in Hollywood, but there seems to have been a shift in the tide. The biggest movie in the world right now is a Chinese propaganda movie. The Battle at Lake Changjin is on track to become the biggest movie of the year, and the highest grossing Chinese film of all time. That alongside South…
 
Hairdressers are frustrated there's no roadmap for them. They're among those bearing the brunt of Auckland's lengthy lockdown; it's 10 weeks since they've had to shut up shop. Ashley Green owns Society, a salon in Grey Lynn, and told Kate Hawkesby they have the ability to operate one client to one staff member, who's in full PPE. She says they can …
 
Promising signs on the horizon. Auckland’s going to get to 90 percent vaxxed soon, fingers crossed, and that’s going to force this Government to open some stuff up. And by stuff, I mean the border. The shops. The Auckland boundary. Normality is calling. Not for the people still steeped in fear and “freaking out” like Rod Jackson and Siousxie Wiles.…
 
It's the first day of term four, but Auckland students still don't know when they'll be back in the classroom. That's despite initial indications they would be coming back National Party Education Spokesperson Paul Goldsmith says we should get on with it once enough teachers are vaccinated. He says told Kate Hawkesby the real danger isn't kids goin…
 
Auckland's mayor has labelled party-goers who breached lockdown "bloody idiots". Footage from the massive party at a North Shore property on Saturday night went viral on social media yesterday. Under Auckland's Level Three rules, only two households are allowed to meet outdoors - with a limit of 10 people. Phil Goff says these people should have th…
 
This week’s guest is Hannah Gallardo, the Community Relations Coordinator at Heron Pointe Senior Living. She joins us to discuss both assisted living and independent living options. Hannah starts by explaining the differences between them and what services are offered within the community. Then, she gives us some practical tips to use when shopping…
 
I think as we wrap this week, we just have to accept we are at a point now where counting cases is actually pointless. Delta has got away on us, it's had a good laugh at our elimination strategy, and off it's gone and there’s no stopping it now. Hindsight’s a wonderful thing, but earlier access to vaccines, a few more ICU beds, a better MIQ system …
 
A big day in the music world, Adele is releasing her first single in nearly six years. ‘Easy on Me’ comes out today, which is the lead single off her new album '30', which releases November 19. She's expected to once again break records, her previous album ‘21’, is the best-selling album of the twenty first century, while ‘25’ broke first-week sale…
 
One Māori health care provider is trying to improve vaccine rates in the area with one of the worst coverage rates in the country. In the Eastern Bay of Plenty, vaccinators have taken to the road to get vaccination rates up for Māori. Te Puna Ora O Mataatua has set up pop up centres in schools, marae and workplaces. Chief Executive Lee Colquhoun sa…
 
Authorities appear to have hit a brick wall, with the uncooperative women at the centre of Northland's Covid lockdown. The Covid-positive pair have refused to reveal locations of interest they visited around the region Officials believe they have all the information they're going to get out of them. Former crisis negotiator Lance Burdett told Kate …
 
It’s hard not to feel sorry for Northland this morning, and the Waikato for that matter. I mean Waikato has two cases and they’re staying in Level 3, which seems over the top. And as for Northland, they’re only staying in Level 3 because the absconders won’t help Police with their enquires; won’t fess up any locations of interest, won’t be honest. …
 
Northland is in level three lockdown for another five days thanks to an uncooperative Covid case. That means all up the pair will have cost the region $23 million in the form of lockdowns. That's especially hard to stomach considering Northland's economy was going gangbusters before it went to level 3. Infometrics principal economist, Brad Olsen jo…
 
An international relations expert says it's important New Zealand shows its face at a big climate change conference. COP 26 is taking place in Glasgow at the end of the month. Patrick Bayer from Strathclyde University says told Kate Hawkesby United Nations decision-making happens on a consensual basis. "Every country that is not represented to is g…
 
The Breast Cancer Foundation says at least 133 women across the country won't know they have the disease right now. The national breast screening programme was put on hold at level 4 and has been running at reduced capacity from level 3. Breast Cancer Foundation Chief Executive Ah-Leen Rayner says told Kate Hawkesby barriers to participation need t…
 
There’s a hidden phenomenon that happens in every school every year about this time of the year. I call it the “October Surprise” and if you don’t handle it correctly, it can take your school way off course and create challenges that reverberate throughout the rest of the school year. That’s why on today’s episode, you’ll discover what the “October…
 
The Government's books are supposedly in better shape than expected. The Finance Minister revealed a deficit, a business would call that a trading loss, of only $4.6 billion. Mmmm...we lost $4.6 billion. That said, the Budget picked a number more like $15 billion, so it could have been a lot worse. But one thing caught my ear in the announcement. K…
 
Support for New Zealand to have another tilt at hosting the Commonwealth Games. Organisers have reduced the number of mandatory sports down to athletics and swimming. Auckland business association Heart of the City says the event would bring increases to GDP and tourism. Birmingham is hosting next year's games, but the slot for 2026 remains open. H…
 
A call to set aside MIQ spaces for the parents of babies who are about to be born. The ACT Party and some health experts are calling for the Government to prioritise them. Plunket chief executive Amanda Malu told Tim Dower every baby deserves to have as little stress and anxiety as possible, particularly in the first weeks of their lives. "It's a p…
 
Work is underway to target low vaccination rates in rural communities. Dunedin Medical School research has found people who have had at least one jab is 11 percent lower in rural areas. The rate of people with at least one dose is 726 per 1000, compared to 816 per 1000 urban residents. Rural GPs Network Chief Executive Grant Davidson told Tim Dower…
 
The only good thing to come out of yesterday is that I won a bet. My husband bet me that they’d loosen something or announce something yesterday. That they’d throw a bone, announce a target, unveil some details, open something up, name the Northland absconder, something, anything. He said there was no way they could just do nothing. There was no wa…
 
Across the ditch, gyms are struggling to get their members back after lockdown. Sydney's having to offer free workouts, new programmes, and promise better ventilation to drag people away from the comfort of home work-outs. Questions are still being raised as to what stage Auckland gyms can re-open. Richard Beddie, Exercise NZ CEO joined Kate Hawkes…
 
Pushback on the idea that some businesses need to fail after lockdown. Economist Shamubeel Eaqub suggested some businesses should be left to fail, so others can thrive. He says the Government shouldn't be expected to prop up businesses who go under post lockdown, as there will be too many businesses and not enough demand. Restaurant Association chi…
 
The Government's decision to delay the reopening of Auckland schools by a week, is being seen as the right call, despite some believing it will result in lost learning for some children. As well, all school and early learning staff who have contact with students, must be fully vaccinated by January 1, and have their first dose by November 15. Devel…
 
Despite Auckland being in it's longest lockdown ever, daily Covid-19 cases keep climbing up. Yesterday we had 60 community cases, 56 of them in Auckland. Covid's also hit the regions now, with cases in Waikato, Northland and Bay of Plenty. Today the Government's announcing whether any restrictions will be loosened. University of Otago senior lectur…
 
It’s lucky we weren’t on air last week, because we probably would’ve been sacked. I mean there are only so many swear words tolerable on air, but expressing the rage of Aucklanders right now would use up a lot of them. I get the overwhelming sense now that people are angry, and over it. I mean they were angry and over it a while ago, but it seems t…
 
So the South Korean show Squid Game has taken the world by storm. Despite being a Korean speaking show, it's number one in Netflix in 90 countries, and is soon to become the most popular show ever on Netflix. The show is about people who face severe debt play a series of deadly children's games to win a cash prize. If you lose, you're dead. There h…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login