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Sometimes, your child forgets to share the notes from their backpack that tell you everything that’s happening at their school. On Notes from the Backpack: A PTA Podcast, we give you the inside scoop on how to help your child succeed—in school and at home. We discuss real issues with parents and experts—from handling homework to school discipline—to support you every step of the way! Join the conversation using #BackpackNotes and learn more at PTA.org/BackpackNotes.
 
A unique history podcast covering the weird, bizarre, and oft forgotten parts of history. Hosts Joey and Stock are both teachers who are bringing their buffet style history conversations to the podcasting world. Each episode will consist of a "main course" or main story of an odd event in history. One main course from Joey and one from Stock. Each episode will also have "side dishes" where both Joey and Stock will argue, debate, and wax poetic about historical movies, music, books, and the e ...
 
Are you a middle school teacher or parent who longs to connect with your teens on a deeper level? Yearns to be there for them in their life-is-too-big moments? Wants to share life lessons with them – without sounding like an afterschool special? Then you’re in the right place! Join The Ish Girl (aka Amy Kelly) as she shares fresh ideas, strategies, and resources for connecting with teens. From body image to bullying, academic pressure to addiction, Amy will give you the tools to broach a var ...
 
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TartanTalk is a podcast of Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, an all-girls K–12 school in Princeton, New Jersey. This series discusses topics to help parents raise their daughters to become confident leaders.
 
A podcast that helps teachers and students find ways to make the future more sustainable. Finding solutions to what I am calling the Sustainability Puzzle is one of the most important challenges we all face in modern life. You'll hear stories of both successes and failures of people taking action to find what works for them in the real world for real people.
 
Poorly designed math curriculum often confuses students and frustrates teachers. The Estimation 180 podcast discusses teaching strategies and math lessons that build number sense and mathematical reasoning. Join your host, Andrew Stadel, on this number sense journey as he shares teacher tips and strategies so every student can make sense of math.
 
It's the 90's, Sam is an awkward, poor white-trash teen. Fate had him end up in a predominantly rich magnet school ‘S.K. Gayle Middle School’ an ‘all nerd school’, if you will. Sam played the Alto Sax since fourth grade, and now he was to join Advanced Band. A Strength in Gaming Production, in association with Hollow9ine Network, and Terror Firma Artist Union. Advanced Band is created by Samson Lancaster Featuring Performances by: Laura Lockwood as Sam & Andy Dave Maresca as Royce & Johnny S ...
 
Fast-forward 200 years Things are finally getting better. There are cities on the moon. Asteroids are being mined. Everyone has a mecha. Except Praxit. That's about to change. Poor kid. Back to now Future Is Mecha is a science fiction adventure story aimed at smart middle graders and up. It's realistic but fantastic, dramatic but not grim, and sprinkled with humour and big ideas.
 
Today's youth need youth pastors, mentors, teachers, volunteers, and most of all, they need YOU! Youth Worker On Fire is designed to give you the knowledge and inspiration you need to be the best youth worker possible. Youth Worker On Fire podcast is full of valuable information from people who work with youth on a daily basis. It also is about students years later in their adult life and how student ministry, or the lack of it, effected their future. Many are are changing their world and th ...
 
Epsom International School's latest podcast & web series to get real life engagement injected directly every week into your learning. We believe learning is limitless and formless. Epsom's Never Stop Learning series aims to bridge an important gap with learning as a student while being able to engage with industry leaders on a weekly basis to be able to get a good understanding of the challenges, and opportunities that exist in different job spheres. Season one of this series is led by Matth ...
 
Family Confidential: Secrets of Successful Parenting is a biweekly podcast that focuses on 21st century parenting challenges and solutions. Hosted by Annie Fox and produced by Electric Eggplant, Family Confidential brings you practical parenting advice through in-depth conversations with authors, educators and therapists. If you're a parent of a tween or teen, this series is for you. In fact, you can become part of the series by sending in your parenting questions and getting direct answers. ...
 
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Parents can often feel overwhelmed when they receive their child’s test scores. What do the scores mean and do they even matter? Dr. Andrew Ho, a professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, breaks down what you need to know about standardized testing so you can understand what really matters for your child’s learning and development. Res…
 
Whether your child is transitioning to a new school or a new country, change can be hard. We can learn a lot from military families who experience these types of transitions more frequently than most. Dr. Keith Mispagel, superintendent of Fort Leavenworth Unified School District, talks with our hosts about helping children adjust to new environment…
 
I've got a system for writing report comments, but it takes forever and isn't particularly efficient. Naturally, my problem-solving brain starts looking for solutions during the school holidays when we're both meant to be resting. The result? I have a system to recommend. It still allows for tailoring of comments so that each student receives the b…
 
This week learn all about how Pepsi Co. allegedly wound up with their very own naval fleet that may have been the sixth largest in the world as of 1989. Also learn about the fascinating life story of Josephine Baker. From theater star, to French spy during World War II, to Civil Rights activist she did it all! For this year's Christmas episode list…
 
"Love makes the World go round!" is a saying I heard growing up. At least in Lisa and Chase's case it does make their world go round along with their now teenage girl. God's Love for us created a world and a Universe whether it, "technically", made the world go round or not, Love has certainly been a main theme through out the Bible. Love was why G…
 
On this week's episode learn all about the longest war in history with no casualties. That's right! England's Scilly conflict lasted 335 years with not one single solitary casualty. Also on this week's episode we discuss the crazy fad of baby cages in the 1930s and 40s. Letting your baby hang out in a wire cage high above the city streets below... …
 
Celebrity chef, Duff Goldman, joins the show to help you and your family have a blast in the kitchen. Duff shares tips for teaching your kids science while cooking and helping them develop independence and confidence using tools and appliances. The hosts also discuss his parenting style and cooking journey! Resources: Watch Duff’s Happy Fun Bake Ti…
 
Next year, I'll be moving to a new school. The process is bittersweet - whilst there is excitement at the prospect of learning new things, it has been hard to say goodbye to colleagues and students. As you can imagine, these last few weeks I have spoken with many colleagues and friends about the move. Everyone seems to have their own unique view on…
 
From people who mispronounce your child’s name to teachers who expect them to explain your family’s holiday traditions to the class, your child may be struggling with the pressure to represent an entire culture. Actress and author Sheetal Sheth joins the show to discuss how families can help kids embrace their identities and explains how she shared…
 
In this episode I talk about two things I do to reduce my marking workload. Automarked quizzes are a blessing but can be curse so proceed with caution. Exploit the good bits, and don't expect them to solve all your problems. Peer marking in class is a winner if you set it up right. And if your students aren't too exhausted... like anything, you've …
 
This week on the History Buffet is another episode in our On The Road series where Joey and Stock travel to one of the most amazing locations on Earth... the World's Largest Ball of Paint! We'll learn about the history behind this large paint ball and Joey and Stock add a layer of paint and become World Record holders (if only briefly). As Ball Sta…
 
Help your child channel their frustrations into social action! This week, our hosts chatted with author and founder of 1000 Black Girl Books, Marley Dias, and her mom, Dr. Janice Johnson Dias, who is an educator and author as well. They share how you can help your child develop their entrepreneurial spirit and enhance their problem solving skills—a…
 
This Part 2 of my interview with Jim and Pat is very short and to the point. If you want to be in the right place, make God decisions and stay where God puts you then 1. Pray 2. Pray 3. Pray. If you need to change that habit that has followed you all of your life, then get a personal coach or trainer. the most successful people in the world use per…
 
Jim and Pat met in South Florida. She was a cheerleader, he was a football player. Sounds like an all American love story and it was. But there were a lot of twists and turns through out the years. They would later be some of my wife's volunteer youth workers all before I met her in Lake County Florida, the back door to Disney World. Their 2 childr…
 
In this Best Of episode, I'm talking about sharing our stories with our teens. This is something I feel SO strongly about - STORIES SAVE LIVES! Whether they're stories from books, movies, song lyrics, or even our own, the stories we internalize as teens are life-shaping. Sharing your own life stories is a powerful way to influence and connect with …
 
How can schools do a better job affirming children’s racial identities? Dr. Shawn Jones, psychologist and professor at the Virginia Commonwealth University, joined the podcast to offer guidance on creating schools that better serve students of color. He shares how families can help by talking openly and honestly about their own experiences with rac…
 
"The bigger picture is important with university education. Good grades at university are necessary to be able to bring you to the door of your preferred company, but once you start working you are going to need to be able to provide more than just knowledge. It’s about the right attitude, being able to keep up with changes, and going above and bey…
 
This is the second half of an interview I did with Tami Schow during the first season of the podcast. In it, we're talking about a topic I'm asked about frequently: developmental appropriateness in teens. Learning this concept from Tami completely shifted my parenting paradigm - I hope it rocks your world too! For Episode Show Notes go to http://th…
 
This is the second half of an interview I did with Tami Schow during the first season of the podcast. In it, we're talking about a topic I'm asked about frequently: developmental appropriateness in teens. Learning this concept from Tami completely shifted my parenting paradigm - I hope it rocks your world too! For Episode Show Notes go to http://th…
 
This Part 2 about Chase McAllister Retired United States Air Force but NOW working full time as a Campus Life Director from the same military base he spent his last years at as a soldier. This is a closer look at how he followed God's calling on him to ministry. How can his story help you? How can Youth Worker On Fire help you? Included are several…
 
From the cyberbullying risks to dangerous social media challenges, many parents feel terrified when their child enters the world of social media. How can families have proactive discussions about navigating the online world responsibly? Dr. Sameer Hinduja, director of the Cyberbullying Research Center joins the show to share practical tips and resp…
 
This episode was the most popular one I aired during my first season of podcasting. And it’s no wonder! Who of us hasn’t felt trapped in a cycle of negativity and tension with our teens? This was a great reminder for me, too – when it comes to my teens, it’s up to me to set the tone and energy. Enjoy! For Episode Show Notes go to http://theishgirl.…
 
What life skills does your child need to thrive? There’s a lot of learning happening in schools that goes beyond academics. Karen Van Ausdal joined our hosts to talk about Social and Emotional Learning. She shares what Social and Emotional Learning looks like, why it’s important and how families can support. Resources: Explore CASEL’s helpful tools…
 
As we enter our second Back-to-School season filled with COVID-19 safety precautions, it’s vital that you stay informed. We invited a special guest, Captain Erin Sauber-Schatz, community guidance subject matter expert for CDC's COVID-19 Response, to share the best ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Resources: Watch National PTA’s Back to Class…
 
In this episode, I talk about some Zoom wins. Top of mind is the Zoom conference we held for Year 12 Science Extension students last week, where they presented their work to Year 11 students. Breakout rooms and shared screens were the next best thing to the in-person poster session we usually run. This episode is dedicated to our beloved cat Sampso…
 
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