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On Homeland Homeroom, we focus on how security issues affect your everyday life - from cybersecurity to elections to transportation. We talk to reporters, U.S. representatives and listeners like you about the latest security news and best practices for keeping yourself secure. Our hosts come from both sides of the aisle: James Norton is former deputy assistant undersecretary at DHS in the George W. Bush administration. Dena Graziano is former Democratic communications director for the House ...
 
Sal Khan, the founder of Khan Academy, loves to learn. So when schools closed, he began hosting a livestream series, Homeroom with Sal, where he brought on fascinating people from the worlds of education, technology, and more, to ask them questions about their chosen fields and their philosophies of life. We took some of our favorite conversations from that livestream and curated them as this podcast!
 
Shadows of Saint Fleur is an Urban Shadows actual play podcast. The story takes place in the fictional Great Lakes city of Saint Fleur, which is rife with supernatural activity and all the politics that accompany that. Follow our five characters throughout their misadventures in this climate. Urban Shadows is an urban fantasy roleplaying game where the players are characters struggling to survive in a dark urban environment drowning in supernatural politics. It is a Powered by the Apocalypse ...
 
nog•jog (v); a spontaneous discussion used to express one’s current thoughts and feelings. Also known as, your new favorite podcast! Welcome to the world of nogjog, a weekly podcast hosted by 3 twenty-something year old Cambodian Americans, Joe/Joey, Christie, and Sonny! Each week listeners will be able to join the nogjog team to discuss what has been running through their minds and/or heavy on their hearts. From song suggestions to deeply rooted struggles in an Asian-American household, eve ...
 
These podcasts were created by K-5 students from West Salem Elementary School in Salem, Virginia. They have created a variety of presentations including reading original stories and poems, readers theaters, and reviews for content area units. We hope you enjoy listening to these podcasts!
 
Cornerstones of Care is dedicated to partnering for safe and healthy communities. We provide a variety of quality prevention treatment and support services to children and families in Missouri and Kansas. Our key service areas include: - Education - Mental & Behavioral Health - Foster Care & Adoption - Youth Support - Family Support - Community Training
 
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How can we support our humanity as technology takes an ever-increasing role in our lives? David Siegel, Co-Founder of Two Sigma and Chairman of Siegel Family Endowment, joins Homeroom with Sal for a wide-ranging conversation on technology, the future of work, and the role of education. Livestreamed on July 14, 2021. See the original stream on YouTu…
 
Continuing our conversation series with the Yidan Prize Foundation Council of Luminaries, Anant Agarwal, CEO of edX joins Homeroom with Sal to talk about the exciting potential for online learning and how it can impact the future of the workforce. Livestreamed on June 24, 2021. See the original stream on YouTube. For more information visit: https:/…
 
How can habit-based learning be the key to education? On Khan Academy Ed Talks, Professor and Author of “Learning How to Learn”, Barbara Oakley, Phd joins Khan Academy Chief Learning Officer, Kristen DiCerbo. They’ll discuss the importance of subconscious and habitual learning. Streamed live on June 15, 2021. Watch the original livestream on YouTub…
 
How can we foster intellectual bravery in young students? On this edition of Khan Academy Ed Talks, University of Virginia professor, and author, Dan Willingham, Ph.D., joins Khan Academy Chief Learning Officer, Kristen DiCerbo. They discuss the foundations to building confidence in learning. Streamed live on April 21, 2021. See the original stream…
 
In this Khan Academy Ed Talk, Sal welcomes Dr. Jharrett Bryantt, Assistant Superintendent of Houston Independent School District. They discuss what is being learned about postsecondary success during the COVID pandemic. Live streamed on December 10, 2020. See the original video on YouTube. For more information visit: https://keeplearning.khanacadem…
 
To kick off an exciting series of live conversations featuring members of the Yidan Prize Foundation Council of Luminaries, author and psychologist Carol Dweck and founder and director of Fundación Escuela Nueva, Vicky Colbert, join Homeroom with Sal. They’ll talk about the post-pandemic classroom and the evolving role of the teacher. The Yidan Pri…
 
We have some common language around relationship breakups, but it's difficult to talk about friend breakups in the same way. They hurt just as much (maybe even more), leaving us angry and confused. Is it because female friendships are especially intense, or are our expectations of friends too high? Friend breakups stories, and trying to understand …
 
In our live conversation series called #KhanAcademyEdTalks, Sal was joined by Elisa Villanueva Beard, CEO of Teach For America. Hear how Teach For America is supporting educators and keeping students engaged in learning during the COVID pandemic. Recorded live on December 9, 2020. See the original live stream on YouTube. For more information visit:…
 
How might we foster creativity, collaboration, and digital communication skills in the classroom? Mala Sharma, VP & General Manager of Creative Cloud at Adobe, joins Homeroom with Sal to talk about the importance of bringing creativity in the classroom. Learn about new, free resources and how teachers can win a “drop-in visit” from Sal Khan for the…
 
The American Families Plan seeks to transform education from Pre-K through college. Meet US Secretary of Education Dr. Miguel Cardona as he’s welcomed onto Homeroom with Sal. They’ll answer questions on what this means for parents, teachers, and students. Recorded live on April 29, 2021. See the original livestream on YouTube For more information v…
 
What is it like to manage the nation’s second largest school district? Austin Beutner, Superintendent of Los Angeles Unified School District, joins Sal to talk about safety nets, online learning, COVID-19 testing, and enlisting support for public schools. Recorded live on September 30, 2020. See the original livestream on YouTube For more informati…
 
It’s the season finale and we’re going out with a bang! Unfortunately, Sonny couldn’t make it for this episode but join the remaining two members of the team for an exciting discussion about dating and ideal relationships! We’re playing a game of Do or Don’t and giving some unsolicited advice to Reddit users in need. As always, we’ll be sharing our…
 
Saved by the bell! Class is in session and today’s lesson will be centered around our experiences in high school. We’re getting into our favorite memories, how our paths differ from what we expected in high school and all of the good, bad, and embarrassing moments in between! Don’t skip class and tune in to episode 9, “nogjoggin’ to Homeroom” NOW! …
 
On this episode of UEN Homeroom, Jared and Dani welcome SGEN host Katie Blunt to highlight how higher ed has been impacted this past year. We get to hear her interview with four student body presidents: Sione Siaki from USU Eastern, Penny Mills from Dixie State University, Nouman Kante from Southern Utah University and Matt Griffin from Snow Colleg…
 
Two successful months of weekly uploads!!! On our 8th episode, we are discussing toxic relationships. Whether it was a friend, lover, past fling, or even ourselves, we’re exposing the toxic characteristics and situations we’ve dealt with in life. We also have a serious talk about #StopAsianHate and of course, we end the episode with our song sugges…
 
On this episode of UEN Homeroom, Jared Fawson joins Jared Covili as Dani's substitute. The two of them welcome Tabitha Pacheco, director of the Utah Teacher Fellows program and National Board certified teacher in exceptional needs. Their motivating and lively discussion focuses on advocating for teachers in Utah and how teachers can advocate for th…
 
It's almost the two month anniversary of nogjog so we decided to celebrate early in our favorite way! Drinking! This episode is structured a little differently in the way that we discuss our go-to drink choices, most effective hangover remedies, and then we play Truth or Drink! Do you think we're the type to spill some tea or stay conservative with…
 
Y’all... we cannot believe it’s been a year since quarantine and this pandemic started! On today’s episode, we’re taking off our goofy hats and putting our hearts on our sleeves to discuss how the pandemic affected each of us mentally, emotionally, and physically. We also discuss what we think we would be doing if the world was Covid-free! Don’t fo…
 
Dani and Jared are excited to have Brittney Cummins, Senior Education Adviser to Governor Cox, as a guest on UEN Homeroom this week. Brittney provides us with the State of Education in Utah and she shares her experience in her new role helping education. Topics include: how educators are excelling in Utah, the roll that government plays in providin…
 
Jared and Dani welcome Dr. Ann Engar and Dr. Nora Wood, distinguished faculty for the LEAP program at the University of Utah, to UEN Homeroom this week. Our discussion focuses on helping students find a learning community that works for them. Topics include: how the LEAP program benefits diverse student populations, the biggest challenges for stude…
 
We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted at the nogwarts School of Podcraft and Wizardry. Join Jarry Potter, Yamione Granger, and Sonald Weasley in the Great Hall to discuss the different houses, how the Sorting Hat works, how to defeat Voldemort and so much more! Don’t forget to listen until the end for our weekly song suggestions!…
 
You may have guessed it from the title but on today’s episode we are discussing the topic of “Adulting” (DUN DUN DUNNN) and what it means to us. From struggles with finances, to different life paths and our future plans, listeners will get to take an in depth look at how we are currently navigating our ways through life. Does the nogjog team really…
 
This week in UEN Homeroom we are pleased to welcome Jason Eyre, Technology Department Coordinator for Murray School District. Our conversation this week includes topics such as: how Murray district has created a wireless LTE network for students to use at home for schoolwork, the impact of the digital divide in rural and urban school districts, the…
 
Jared and Dani are back with another episode of UEN Homeroom. This week they welcome Charlie Fitzpatrick, K12 Education Manager at ESRI, to the podcast to discuss using digital mapping to help students explore the world around them. Their topics include: how educators use digital maps to change the way we teach students about the world around them,…
 
Happy (late) Valentine’s Day! Today on nogjog we get deep into our lovey dovey feels as we explore Quarantine Valentine’s Day date ideas, the 5 Love Languages, and we even give advice on our very first listener submission! Don’t forget to stay tuned until the end for our weekly song suggestions! If you enjoyed this episode, make sure to subscribe t…
 
Episode Notes Hello dear listener, and welcome back to Saint Fleur, where some rice is spilled, confessions are had, and one too many phone calls are made. Like what you heard? Make sure to follow us on Twitter @StFleurPod - http://bit.ly/SoSFtwitter. Want to support us continuing to bring you content like this? Consider becoming a patron - http://…
 
In today’s episode, things get spooky as we talk about the mysterious legend of Ahp-- a spirit from Southeast Asian folklore, and then we share our own personal experiences with the paranormal. Don’t forget to stay tuned until the end for our weekly song recommendations! There’s even a little surprise at the very end of this episode! If you enjoyed…
 
Dani and Jared welcome Jeff Van Hulten, Director of Public Affairs for the Utah State Board of Education, to UEN Homeroom this week. Our discussion focuses on the 2021 Utah Legislative Session and how teachers can get involved. Some of our topics include: what all educators in Utah should know about the legislative process, the need to communicate …
 
Jared and Dani are thrilled to talk with Dr. Ray Timothy, CEO of the Utah Education and Telehealth Network, this week in UEN Homeroom. Our conversation focuses on building relationships with community leaders and we discuss the following topics: how UETN plays a role in procuring funding for education in Utah, the role UETN will play in the future …
 
Episode Notes Hello dear listener, and welcome back to Saint Fleur, where a gunshot rings through the air. In the fallout, plans are made, favors are traded, and family is discussed. Like what you heard? Make sure to follow us on Twitter @StFleurPod - http://bit.ly/SoSFtwitter. Want to support us continuing to bring you content like this? Consider …
 
This week Jared and Dani welcome Rachael Larkin, an AVID teacher from Matheson Jr. High, to UEN Homeroom. With a new year upon us, Rachael dropped by to discuss helping our students to set goals for their academic and personal lives. Our topics included: a brief overview of the AVID program, the importance of having students set goals, extrinsic vs…
 
This week UEN Homeroom is pleased to welcome Jenny Nicholas and Holly Reynolds, Social Studies teachers from West High School, to the podcast. Our discussion centers on the role teachers can play in talking with students about the recent protests and political unrest at the U.S. Capitol. We covered topics such as: how teachers can talk about the do…
 
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