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Welcome to Lux Occult, a podcast where we gleefully taunt the mundane, butcher the Latin language and also discuss a variety of occult topics! Exploring the intersections of Magick, Art, Science and Philosophy- it's Occultism For Everyone!
 
Lisa Betts-LaCroix talks to brilliant and wise academics and scientists, visionary innovators and entrepreneurs, communication experts, authors, and other bright minds to unpack the skills and mindset needed to activate your Inner Super Hero. Whether you're growing a business, building a family, launching a start-up, managing a team, or reinventing your Self, the world needs your brightest, biggest most powerful Self now more than ever.
 
Teaching is a personal profession. We shine brightest when we work together in a safe environment for the betterment of our students. Two Pint PLC is a podcast that invites you to join two educators who discuss the big issues in education in a personal and casual conversation. Two Pint PLC combines the research base, current events and personal experiences to provide a context for each listener’s own professional development.
 
The original PsychSessions podcast is co-hosted by Garth Neufeld from Cascadia College and Eric Landrum from Boise State University. We leverage our connections with psychology teachers from all levels (high school, community college, college, university) as well as individuals from other occupations to have meaningful conversations about what it means to be an educator. Of course, we veer away from the teaching conversation from time to time to hear about origin stories and the personal per ...
 
Engage with this unique podcast - each week one of our team of experts will explore from one to three favourite and impactful apps or platforms for learning and teaching. Sometimes we'll add downloadable resources and guides too.What makes this different is the way we use neuroscience and learning design models to explore and assess the value of the app to teaching and learning. We also include adult learning - the training game in particular - to the scope of our content and recommendations ...
 
Innovation doesn't just happen. It's not like the cartoons - a lightbulb flashes on above someone's head and that's it. No - it's a journey and we need to understand how best to prepare for that journey, whatever kind of value we are trying to create. This podcast is about some useful lessons we might take on board to help develop our capabilities.For more, see my website:https://johnbessant.org
 
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In this third episode of series 2 of Word Up with Helen Prince, Helen chats to Lauren Stephenson about metacognition and bridging the gap between research and the classroom. Lauren also talks about her role in the Research Schools Network, how research shows that working on self-regulation and metacognition with your students can add months to thei…
 
Join Luxa as she speaks with Matt Marble, an artist, writer, and audio producer whose music and visual art are informed by symbolic geometry, divination methods, and ongoing dreamwork practice, about his work and his approach to creating. Matt is also the host of the Secret Sound podcast and the author of Buddhist Bubblegum, an upcoming book about …
 
To be a successful academic or professional, it takes more than teaching, research, or clinical skills -- today's psychology professionals were not taught everything they really needed to know in graduate school. The PsychSessions podcast Beyond Teaching strives to fill that gap. We chat about all the topics we needed to know about to be successful…
 
In this episode Garth interviews Bob DuBois from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville in Knoxville, TN. It is difficult to imagine someone who is more student-centered and more focused on giving psychology away than Bob. He leverages his personal and professional past experiences to the benefit of his students, including his I/O training and busin…
 
Capitalism by definition depends on profits and in order to make a profit YOU are selling something. Professionally its either your service as a teacher or a retailer. Stepping outside of Capitalism we have social interactions which trades in value of a different kind. If you are being manipulative in either case you will fail, this episode will fo…
 
This instrumental meditation track is intended to be used for doing work with The Green Mushroom Hyphosigil Project, particularly work with the Astral Temple. It can, of course, be used however you see fit. The track ends with a composition for The Green Mushroom project by Kue Varo. Three versions of different lengths will be released to suit peop…
 
This instrumental meditation track is intended to be used for doing work with The Green Mushroom Hyphosigil Project, particularly work with the Astral Temple. It can, of course, be used however you see fit. The track ends with a composition for The Green Mushroom project by Kue Varo. Three versions of different lengths will be released to suit peop…
 
This instrumental meditation track is intended to be used for doing work with The Green Mushroom Hyphosigil Project, particularly work with the Astral Temple. It can, of course, be used however you see fit. The track ends with a composition for The Green Mushroom project by Kue Varo. Three versions of different lengths will be released to suit peop…
 
To be a successful academic or professional, it takes more than teaching, research, or clinical skills -- today's psychology professionals were not taught everything they really needed to know in graduate school. The PsychSessions podcast Beyond Teaching strives to fill that gap. We chat about all the topics we needed to know about to be successful…
 
Time for another innovation song.... This formed part of my keynote session with Tim Minshall at the R&D Management conference last week. Their title was 'Innovation in an era of disruption' and Tim and I were exchanging ideas on how we might learn from the many innovation responses to the current pandemic crisis - and carry some of those lessons f…
 
In this AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne speaks with Jasmine Mena from Bucknell University. They cover the basics of labor based grading and bringing in student reflections on learning to classroom assignments. Opt-in at bit.ly/psychsessions-email to receive email updates about upcoming PsychSessions episodes and more! The way that podcasts are p…
 
This month we are talking about race, and read a series of papers looking at the experience of Black students in US education.First, we read an article that examined the story of “The Space Traders” as a starting point for imagining what it looks like to create Black Education Spaces for students to express fugitivity and create racial counterspace…
 
Join Luxa as she speaks with Dr. Rob C. Thompson of Occult Confessions and The Dark Pool podcasts about conspiracist ideation and the roots of the “Occult Conspiracy” narrative. Learn the ingredients in a “Conspiracy Burger” as well as how to vaccinate yourself against hoaxes and faulty logic. Also, a classic prank, new music from Matt Marble, poet…
 
This episode was funded by listeners like you. For more details on how to help support our podcast and gain access to exclusive content, please see our Patreon page. Show Notes: In Episode 57, Cindy interviews Kathryn Desmarais, a Senior Director of Global Education Solutions at Johnson & Johnson. (You can check out her LinkedIn profile here.) In K…
 
To be a successful academic or professional, it takes more than teaching, research, or clinical skills -- today's psychology professionals were not taught everything they really needed to know in graduate school. The PsychSessions podcast Beyond Teaching strives to fill that gap. We chat about all the topics we needed to know about to be successful…
 
In this episode Garth interviews Kelley Haynes-Mendez from the American Psychological Association in Washington, DC (formerly from the Chicago School of Prof. Psych.). Kelley shares her deep family roots from rural southeast Texas and her natural curiosity in multiculturalism from a young age. Her pursuit of a psychology major at Baylor then leads …
 
A MUST FOR THE INTROVERT Last year we covered Introversion vs Extroversion, how to Capitalize on the Strengths and overcome the Weaknesses *see link below* This year we will dig into how you can overcome the negative effects of introversion so you can UPGRADE all aspects of your life. An extrovert gets charged from interactions and as such electrif…
 
In this second episode of series 2 of Word Up with Helen Prince, Helen and Aaron Bradbury discuss the importance of creating a sense of belonging in the classroom and Aaron offers three ideas for teachers to take away around diversity, equity and inclusion. Aaron is Principal Lecturer Early Years and Childhood (Learning and Development, Psychology,…
 
ISPIM - the International Society for Professional Innovation Management - holds an annula conference which is always a good place to bump into new ideas and people in the world of innovation management. Unfortunately this year's event, like that of 2020, was confined to virtual space instead of taking place in the fascinating city of Berlin. But t…
 
To be a successful academic or professional, it takes more than teaching, research, or clinical skills -- today's psychology professionals were not taught everything they really needed to know in graduate school. The PsychSessions podcast Beyond Teaching strives to fill that gap. We chat about all the topics we needed to know about to be successful…
 
Join Luxa as she speaks with Dave Neal, Writer, Theater Director and Trauma Specialist, about how Metacognition can help us better contextualize our experiences and responses, how Trauma affects the brain, and how the concept of Neuroplasticity tells us that it is possible to heal from the hardship of past events. Also featuring Dave’s Erisian poet…
 
To be a successful academic or professional, it takes more than teaching, research, or clinical skills -- today's psychology professionals were not taught everything they really needed to know in graduate school. The PsychSessions podcast Beyond Teaching strives to fill that gap. We chat about all the topics we needed to know about to be successful…
 
In this episode Garth interviews John Dunlosky from Kent State University in Kent, OH. Starting in gerontology & memory work, John shifted his research prowess to the study of metacognitive processes & student challenges, including K-12 and college students. His collaborations to identify the most effective learning strategies are legendary. His wo…
 
An interview with Henry Rose Lee Variety is the spice of life - and diversity is the driver of innovation. There’s a great deal of research which highlights the value of different ideas and insights coming from diverse perspectives and the power of bringing them together in the innovation mix. But how can we build this into our approach to managing…
 
If you don't truly understand logic, you could be living a lie, or worse living for a lie. Just like Martial Arts - If you want to learn Boxing go to a Boxing gym.If you want to learn Personal Growth listen to this Podcast or read the book Personal Upgrade.If you want to learn logic and reason, go to The Place that specializes in it. TESTIMONY OF A…
 
In this first episode of series 2 of Word Up with Helen Prince, Helen and Zoe Enser discuss metacognitive learning and how this can motivate students to feel empowered, helping them to build independence and resilience, and become lifelong learners. Zoe Enser was a teacher of English for over twenty years, a middle and senior leader and is currentl…
 
To be a successful academic or professional, it takes more than teaching, research, or clinical skills -- today's psychology professionals were not taught everything they really needed to know in graduate school. The PsychSessions podcast Beyond Teaching strives to fill that gap. We chat about all the topics we needed to know about to be successful…
 
Student social, emotional, and behavior development will be a critical consideration for teachers returning to physical classrooms in the fall. We read a national study examining the various methods schools use to screen students for social, emotional, and behavioral needs. Universal screening is still rare in the US, but its impacts are considerab…
 
The idea of learning a craft offers us a useful metaphor for the world of innovation. We know it’s not magic - creating value from ideas doesn’t simply happen when a light-bulb flashes above someone’s head. It involves a journey, one as fraught with uncertainty and nasty surprises as any of my interstellar jaunts. And whilst each journey is unique …
 
Join Luxa for a short introduction and a sound magick track. It’s a sort of sonic offering to Hekate, a Deipnon, or feast, which was traditionally given to her during the dark moon. The track includes a shoal of sigils and some cut up poetry, as well as audio from several related operations I ran as part of its creation. The beat is symbolic of Hek…
 
To be a successful academic or professional, it takes more than teaching, research, or clinical skills–today's psychology professionals were not taught everything they really needed to know in graduate school. The PsychSessions podcast Beyond Teaching strives to fill that gap. We chat about all the topics we needed to know about to be successful bu…
 
In this episode Eric interviews Jessica Hartnett from Gannon University in Erie, PA. Jess could be a case study in thoughtfulness, dedication, and hard work. Her blog that she started in 2012 gives away statistics resources to teachers worldwide. Her interests range into social and I/O psychology as well as JASP and R. Jess has a statistics textboo…
 
show notes coming shortly! https://www.backpacker.com/skills/dogs-of-war/ https://www.backpacker.com/stories/hike-pray-protest/ https://www.outsideonline.com/2422217/concussion-ski-mystery https://www.outsideonline.com/2418359/daughter-middle-fork-salmon-river-whitewater-idaho https://www.bicycling.com/news/a20018677/troubled-teens/ https://www.bac…
 
Join Luxa as she speaks with Elise Oursa, card reader, craniosacral therapist, practicing witch and creator of The Blood & Ink Tarot, which came to her in a whirlwind of a weekend! Elise shares about her experience creating the deck, as well as sharing some insights about cartomancy and using the Tarot. This episode also features an in-depth look a…
 
In this AskPsychSessions feature, Marianne chats with Ellen Carpenter from Virginia Commonwealth University and KatieAnn Skogsberg from Centre College about the perks and pitfalls of Specifications Grading (SPEC grading). Opt-in at bit.ly/psychsessions-email to receive email updates about upcoming PsychSessions episodes and more!…
 
In this third season of Garth and Sue talk, the duo chats with special guests about a teaching topic, and then they riff. But there's a twist: while Garth has invited the guests, Sue has no idea who is going to show up. Each episode is a surprise - to her - and it turns out, this was a great idea. The conversations are fantastic, like the kind of c…
 
In this third season of Garth and Sue talk, the duo chats with special guests about a teaching topic, and then they riff. But there's a twist: while Garth has invited the guests, Sue has no idea who is going to show up. Each episode is a surprise - to her - and it turns out, this was a great idea. The conversations are fantastic, like the kind of c…
 
In this third season of Garth and Sue talk, the duo chats with special guests about a teaching topic, and then they riff. But there's a twist: while Garth has invited the guests, Sue has no idea who is going to show up. Each episode is a surprise - to her - and it turns out, this was a great idea. The conversations are fantastic, like the kind of c…
 
In this third season of Garth and Sue talk, the duo chats with special guests about a teaching topic, and then they riff. But there's a twist: while Garth has invited the guests, Sue has no idea who is going to show up. Each episode is a surprise - to her - and it turns out, this was a great idea. The conversations are fantastic, like the kind of c…
 
In this third season of Garth and Sue talk, the duo chats with special guests about a teaching topic, and then they riff. But there's a twist: while Garth has invited the guests, Sue has no idea who is going to show up. Each episode is a surprise - to her - and it turns out, this was a great idea. The conversations are fantastic, like the kind of c…
 
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