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This Social Emotional Learning podcast shares practical wisdom from the global community of inspiring teachers and parents. Featuring fresh perspectives and practices that, until now, were only available at education conferences. Episodes always include: • Fresh insights about emotions, critical thinking skills, respect, empathy, trust, and more... • Research-based and experience-tested analysis. • Actionable steps that make good sense for you and the kids in your care. Especially helpful fo ...
 
The heart and the mind work to balance our actions. However, they can not do it alone. Support and guidance is necessary. This describes the most important function of an early childhood educator. With each experience comes an opportunity strengthen a child's heart and develop their mind. Only with our guidance and support can children hope to reach their full potential. It is my hope that with resources such as this podcast, I can help other early childhood educators with that goal.
 
The playful podcast discusses possibilities for lifelong learning and leisure by lingering at the intersection of recreation, education, and occupation. I mostly share a critical early childhood education and care perspective as I chat with educators about pedagogy and share my own learning journeys. I'm excited to play and learn along with you!
 
ECE on Air is a new initiative brought to you by the support office team at Evolve Education Group. We felt the need to open a discussion forum, a place for Early Childhood professionals, parents and even children, to share their stories, tactics, concerns and opportunity to learn from others in the industry. We aim to bring you different perspectives from different people all over New Zealand- remember not all callers are from Evolve, so what they say may not be a reflection of Evolve’s val ...
 
Engineering Visibility brings visibility to the invisible topics, concerns, and questions within the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. This department is globally recognized for its dedication to research and its rigorous academic program. However, outside the classrooms and labs are hallways that are teeming with a variety of people, ideas, questions, and concerns. In this podcast, I sit down with the people of the ECE department to talk about all the things that go ...
 
How do you help all children thrive? Get in-depth discussions and insider tips with Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak. Each episode gives access to real-world strategies and tools for dealing with behaviors that are challenging, pressures to “ready” children for Kindergarten, and the goal to build kinder, more inclusive, and more creative classrooms, which address the whole child. The host, Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak, has 30 ears of experience in teaching and supporting early educators. You, to ...
 
Zeo Agency is an international SEO & digital marketing agency, and organizer of #Digitalzone, the largest digital marketing conference in Eastern Europe. Over the past few years, Zeo has won many prestigious awards, including ‘Best Health Campaign’ at UK Search Awards 2019 as well as ‘Best Large SEO Agency’ at MENA Search Awards.
 
The National Association for The Education of Young Children and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NAEYC Radio. Rae Pica and Jerlean Daniel host the program that will focus on a different topic each month. The program was developed by early childhood professionals to bring the best and latest insights directly to parents and educators.
 
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Get in Touch You can connect with Kara Monroe on Twitter @KNMTweets Reach out with show ideas, comments, or questions via Twitter or at our email address - ourcollegeyourvoices@ivytech.edu. Leave us a voice mail at 317-572-5049. Respond to the Call for Action, ask a question, give a shout-out to a colleague, or an episode suggestion. Check out show…
 
Dr Rupert Read is a long term climate activist. On the day after this podcast goes out, he'll be in court on charges of Criminal Damage for pouring water soluble paint on the steps of a hard-core climate denying think tank. No stranger to action as well as thought, he is one of he nation's foremost climate philosophers and in today's episode, we ex…
 
In a Covid world we have been focused on safety. Yet almost all of us choose to engage in activities, from swimming in the sea to driving a car or having a bottle of wine, that carry risks. In fact, more died globally last year from alcohol than Covid. So how do we assess what risks to take and how much time and resource to protect ourselves from f…
 
Identity – The Continual Learner (Ep 31) Identity – The Continual Learner Your new identity is of the continual learner Continual learner trumps all other identities Continual learner is an umbrella identity because all other identities fall under this one. ABL = Always Be Learning (Tom Bilyeu) Learn during your “down time.” Examples: When you are …
 
We are pleased to announce our new Lafayette Chancellor, Dr. Aaron Baute. He was born and raised in Lafayette and began his career at Ivy Tech in 2004 as an adjunct instructor. Over the years he served in various roles at the Lafayette campus including faculty, program chair for Business Administration, department chair for the School of Business, …
 
Identity – The Learner (Part 1) Identity – the fact of being who you or what a person is Identity is a shorthand way of knowing who you are. Identities normally drive you in some sort of way towards something We just kind of default into what ever identity make sense in that chapter of our lives Our identities are tied to our emotions and can hurt …
 
The systems around us have grown up in a world that assumed them impervious to change. But - as Greta has said - change is coming. So how do we navigate it, and shape it to a flourishing future? How can we be part of the bigger change the world needs to see? Dr Anna Birney is Director of the School for System Change at the Forum for the Future. She…
 
Most of us, scientists included, see physics as an attempt to provide an objective description of the world independent of human subjectivity and consciousness. Yet, Max Planck, one of major scientific figures of the twentieth century and the founder of quantum mechanics, stated as a result of his investigations and experiments: “I regard conscious…
 
How to Set Game-Changing Business Goals Questions: Many of us know what to do, why it so hard to execute it? How is a vision and a goal different? Why are goals so easy to make and so hard to execute? What is the anatomy of goal-setting? What is 4x4 goals setting? How does it work in businesses and how does it work for nonprofits? Can you give us a…
 
In this solo episode I reflect on the fight that ECEs are in to professionalize our work and gain respect by leveraging away from being considered as glorified babysitters. I wander through wonderings about different types of care and education across time, space, and cultures, and ask questions that feel unsettling to my own identity as an ECE. No…
 
Power of YET Have you discovered the “Power of Yet”? The “Power of Yet” is simply a positive growth mindset for everyone. Here is the difference between a growth mindset and a fixed mindset A simple way to start changing to a growth mindset, is by the use of a little word, yet. In essence the word means a realization that some things are worth wait…
 
Meet our new Ft. Wayne Chancellor Kim Barnett-Johnson. Get in Touch You can connect with Kara Monroe on Twitter @KNMTweets Reach out with show ideas, comments, or questions via Twitter or at our email address - ourcollegeyourvoices@ivytech.edu. Leave us a voice mail at 317-572-5049. Respond to the Call for Action, ask a question, give a shout-out t…
 
Good Is The New Average 1. Story – have you ever heard your kids come home from school and you ask them how their day was? And they say GOOD! 2. What is good? Here are some definitions. a. Of high quality; excellent b. Satisfactory c. Morally excellent; virtuous; righteous d. Honorable or worthy e. Educated and refined f. Attractive; handsome g. Co…
 
We live in an era of empty food, vast food miles and a burgeoning ecosystem emergency that is largely pushed by a chemical-based agriculture system that is poisoning waterways, oceans, and soil, destroying the biodiversity of our land and waters and harming the health of humanity. A regenerative farming system that works, in Ffinlo's words 'with na…
 
We live in an era of empty food, vast food miles and a burgeoning ecosystem emergency that is largely pushed by a chemical-based agriculture system that is poisoning waterways, oceans, and soil, destroying the biodiversity of our land and waters and harming the health of humanity. A regenerative farming system that works, in Ffinlo's words 'with na…
 
Whether it's the discussion on rising sea levels or nuclear waste, islands have gravitated to the epicentre of the geopolitical zeitgeist. But why are we more interested in islands than ever before? Professor at the Centre for the Study of Democracy, David Chandler explores the importance of islands in the Anthropocene. See Privacy Policy at https:…
 
Getting Organic Buy-in From Your Team Gary, you travel a lot and work with business and nonprofit leadership teams. What have you noticed with working with business leaders across industries and what are some of the common themes you’re noticing? The SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) is a great exercise for teams. What is incompl…
 
Block Out The Noise (How to get clarity on your goals) Episode: 25 1. Declare your goal! (What) What are you trying to accomplish? Make your goal SMART. Specific – Does you goal clearly state what you are trying to achieve? Measurable – How will you know if progress is being made on your goal? Attainable – What factors may prevent your from accompl…
 
In Loral Langemeier book Wealth Cycle Investing, on page 57, She talks about money rules and taking control. Your money rules are determined by your current situation and financial objectives, and they help you decide what to do. Here are some other Money Rules to help you Cash Machine Money Rules: How much money will you invest in the business? Wi…
 
This is one of our most nakedly political conversations - because politics is the language of power and those who rule over us do so with at least the vestige of a democratic mandate. To understand how to affect change, we need to understand how to shift the levers of power on a worldwide scale. But change always begins at home, so in this week's e…
 
From fairy tales to Harry Potter, from Avatar to James Bond, we love fantasy and expect our books and films to take us there. Yet at the same time we want our poems and plays, novels and movies, to reflect life and reality. Should our narratives be seeking to uncover reality or be seeking escape from it? Or are both goals impossible? Are we on the …
 
Creating a Championship Culture GamePlan at Your Workplace Questions: i. We’ve heard that culture eats strategy for lunch. Is that true? ii. What is culture? iii. Why is culture so important? iv. Why is it so mis-understood? v. Companies talk about culture all the time. They talk about it during onboarding, and talk about it at meetings, but most e…
 
In this solo episode, I (finally!) discuss what play is! I challenge my own vision of play, getting along, and sharing. I also highlight other folks' knowledge, such as definitions of play, types of play, schemas of play, and rhetorics of play. This episode is rooted in early childhood education and care perspectives on play, but I make links to ho…
 
In Loral Langemeier book Wealth Cycle Investing, on page 57, She talks about money rules and taking control. Your money rules are determined by your current situation and financial objectives, and they help you decide what to do. Money Rules for Investing: Decide whether you want to be an active or passive investor. Are you looking for money now (c…
 
As many of you may recall, episode 120 last fall was with Systems Office Finance. That conversation was initially sparked by Lanette Gonzalez from our Valparaiso Service Area who was a Strategic Rotation Lead for Goal 6 – Finance when this series of episodes was conceived. Lanette now serves as a member of the team for Strategy 6.6. Today along wit…
 
In Loral Langemeier book Wealth Cycle Investing, on page 57, She talks about money rules and taking control. Your money rules are determined by your current situation and financial objectives, and they help you decide what to do. Money Rules for Family Spending: Will you combine your money and pay all bills out of the joint account? Will you have s…
 
From her experience at three years old when she saw the spirit of her grandmother at the foot of her crib, Deena Metzger's life has been devoted to the exploration of the worlds of spirit and of humanity, combined, in search of an answer to the question: What is your Calling? Working as a poet, novelist, therapist, healer and visionary, she has bro…
 
Humans are unlike anything else in the universe. We're the only part of existence that can observe and reflect on being itself, that can choose to destroy or repair our own habitat. Or so Raymond Tallis argues in this deep dive interview into what it means to be human. Watch to find out how we came to be so unique, what it means for our relationshi…
 
Steps to Achieve Your Goals 1. Mindset Stage a. Purpose This is the why of the goal Purpose – It is the meaning, the reason why something exists. With purpose, life, work, relationships, and goals have meaning Knowing your why will simplify the decisions you need to make Purpose acts as a filter in your decision making Purpose does not make the dec…
 
Our beliefs drive our behaviors, and our behaviors drive our results! Believes Definition – to accept something as true, something has value to you! What belief did my employees have? How did I overcome their belief? Belief drives everything! Behaviors Definition – the way in which a person acts in response to a particular situation or belief. You …
 
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