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Mike is a police SWAT team member, K9 handler, and tactical medic. Jim is an Air Force pilot with a background in close air support and combat search and rescue. Our goal is to elevate the conversation about all things tactical for public safety, military, and concerned citizens. Join us to hear lessons learned about decision making, critical thinking, problem solving, leadership, and teamwork.
 
Hosted by Art Tomassetti, the Flight Test Safety Committee produces monthly podcasts to share valuable, relevant, and helpful information across our audience of SETP, SFTE and AIAA members and anyone who is interested in safety. Each podcasts contains information from the latest issue of our digital publication the Flight Test Safety Fact and include a special topic of the month (presentations from Symposia, interviews, panel discussions and much more). This Podcast is sponsored by Time2clim ...
 
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine is a research-intensive medical school that fosters powerful collaborations on a thriving academic medical campus. We are driven by our mission to transform the practice of medicine and profoundly impact human health beyond the individual patient. We believe better answers only come from discovery.
 
The Safety Zone is engaging conversations on all aspects of violence prevention from experts who have decades of experiencing in specialized law enforcement, U.S. Secret Service, FBI, Navy Seal Teams, corporate security, hostage negotiations and school security. Mike McCarty & Melinda Ronn are the hosts. Melinda has spent decades in communication, having started in the George W. Bush White House where she served as a liaison to churches, ministries and pastors in the U.S. She now works with ...
 
Behind-the-Scene @ NTSB will share the stories of our staff and highlight the exceptional work that is being done to advance transportation. Each episode will feature an interview with NTSB staff. We’ll delve into their transportation career history, discuss interesting investigations or reports that they have worked on, and share how their expertise improves safety. New episodes will be available every other Thursday.
 
Join Brenda Petrella from Outdoor Photography School as she sits down with top landscape and nature photographers and leaders in the outdoor industry to unpack their approaches to creativity, connecting with nature, and working safely and comfortably in the natural world. This weekly podcast is a mix of interviews and quick tip episodes. The Tidbit Tuesday episodes include nuggets of practical information and a Q&A section where Brenda answers your submitted questions. Be sure to follow the ...
 
The Office co-stars and best friends, Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey, are doing the ultimate The Office re-watch podcast for you. Each week Jenna and Angela will break down an episode of The Office and give exclusive behind the scene stories that only two people who were there, can tell you.
 
Ever wonder what goes into keeping bus riders and drivers safe? Then join us on the Road to Safety, the podcast that presents the techniques, practices, and processes that instill a safety culture into a bus operation. Brought to you by The School Bus Safety Company in partnership with The Transit and Paratransit Company - leaders in providing driver training materials - each episode will feature special guests and industry experts who will explore the many areas and challenges that bus oper ...
 
Established through the Innovation Institute for Fan Experience, as a result of the global pandemic in 2020, with the intent of building a global alliance to lead the NEXT great leap forward in fan experience — one steeped in health, safety, security, and service. We are bound together by passion and the incomparable skills of visionary thought leaders throughout the international community. Along with our technical and subject matter experts, we discuss new ways to change the world’s sports ...
 
Welcome to the K-12 Tech Experience, the show that explores the latest trends in K-12 cybersecurity and talks with the IT leaders helping make schools safer. In this bi-weekly podcast, each episode will discuss topics related to technology, cybersecurity, and cyber safety in K-12 schools. With the goal of sharing advice, tips, stories, and wisdom for K-12 IT leaders and those who are on a mission to protect students, teachers, and staff in schools. Hosted by Jake Kasowski, communications man ...
 
Building HVAC Science covers a broad array of topics in building science and HVAC diagnostics, as well as human comfort, health, and safety. Hosted by HVAC measurement and building performance expert Bill Spohn, this show will take a deep dive into all things that relate to buildings and people in the built environment. This show is a production of TruTech Tools
 
Each episode addresses a reader's parenting issue through the lens of Janet's respectful parenting philosophy. Janet is a respected parenting adviser, author, and consultant whose website (JanetLansbury.com) is visited by millions of readers annually. Her work informs, inspires, and supports caregivers of infants and toddlers across the globe, helping to create relationships of respect, trust, and love. Her best-selling books “No Bad Kids: Toddler Discipline without Shame” and "Elevating Chi ...
 
If you’ve ever dreamed about cooking like or becoming a professional chef, you’ve come to the right place. Hosted by Chef Jacob Burton, an executive chef by day, wanna be broadcaster by night, we feature instructional style episodes that unpack professional level cooking techniques in an approachable fashion, and interviews with culinary taste makers, including chefs, cook book authors, wine makers, brewers, coffee roasters, and anyone else who is passionate about the world of food and beverage.
 
Your invite into education’s busiest newsroom. Join Tes reporters and news editors as we discuss the big school stories of the week and what they mean for teachers. We give you the inside track on our latest exclusives and prepare you for what’s ahead. Relevant, irreverent and occasionally slightly shambolic. Essential listening for anyone interested in schools.
 
In their books "Freakonomics," "SuperFreakonomics" and "Think Like a Freak", Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner explore "the hidden side of everything," telling stories about cheating schoolteachers and eating champions while teaching us all to think a bit more creatively, rationally, and productively. The Freakonomics Radio podcast, hosted by Dubner, carries on that tradition with weekly episodes. Prepare to be enlightened, engaged, perhaps enraged, and definitely surprised.
 
inSocialWork is the podcast series of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work. The purpose of this series is to engage practitioners and researchers in lifelong learning and to promote research to practice, practice to research. inSocialWork features conversations with prominent social work professionals, interviews with cutting-edge researchers, and information on emerging trends and best practices in the field of social work.
 
School safety has long been an issue, but in recent years, with high profile school violence episodes both nationally and internationally, as well as the growing realization that ongoing bullying is highly destructive, the focus on safety has increased.
 
A podcast about education. Every episode, Voice of San Diego's Scott Lewis and Will Huntsberry bring you a new story about schools and the system that makes them work (or not). This season, we’ll have stories about a scam that cost California millions of dollars, what happens when a school stops feeling safe and the future of early education. Subscribe now to get every episode. We’re back from summer vacation Sept. 25th.
 
Need dog advice? Look no further than Katie K9, the down-home dog trainer. Long trusted by dog owners and industry professionals, Katie is dedicated to educating the everyday family through this Q&A program, in addition to running her own obedience school. Dogs are her specialty, but her wisdom doesn't stop there. You won't find expensive gimmicks or treats here! Just simple logic and kind-hearted patience from an entertainingly jovial host.
 
All In Wisconsin focuses on promoting 1) greater communication and collaboration in the field of reentry/reform/decarceration efforts in Wisconsin and 2) showcasing the successes, humanity, and agency of people with criminal records. This podcast is produced in partnership with The Community, the Wisconsin Decarceration Platform, and the Milwaukee School of Engineering. We are also a part of a community of media resources in WI that work together to correct the narrative about the justice sy ...
 
From curriculum and creativity to pedagogy and policy, the coronavirus pandemic is upending education globally. The Learnit Podcast will explore how the mass, overnight migration to online learning will shape the future of teaching and learning. Hosted by Jenny Anderson, senior education reporter, we're putting education innovators and global leaders in the spotlight to showcase who is closing equity gaps, addressing learning gaps, creating safety and belonging, and instilling in every learn ...
 
For educators and parents who desire to model joy and compassion for their students without sacrificing themselves in the process! Explore simple, yet effective, strategies to create your ideal environment whether in the classroom, at home, online or in nature! Join Marie Kueny, Licensed School counselor and Founder/CEO of Compassionate Educators, as she brings real-life experiences from the classroom and community while interviewing educational thought leaders from around the world to bring ...
 
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There is a movement across the U.S. to defund police and remove officers from schools because of a belief that police create a pipeline to prison in our schools. Is this true? We have a two part series on the role of a specialty trained school resource officer that also considers the difference between an SRO and a traditional school police departm…
 
Solidarity 599, 30 June 2021, part 1 of 3, pages 1 to 6. Articles include:Workers’ control for safety at workWorld Covid on the upThree protests on 26 JuneIt's class inequality that blights schoolStill glorifying Stalin over BarbarossaThe future of statuesFree Darya PolyudovaWorkers’ Liberty summer camp, 3-5 SeptemberWhat is the purpose of socialis…
 
Coronaviruses are not new but the new COVID-19 causes more severe symptoms and led to a global pandemic, in large part because it can be spread asymptomatically. In March 2020 the US became the epicenter of the pandemic and remained the hotbed until the vaccines became available. Dr. Monica Gandhi explains how the vaccines work and provides details…
 
Episode Notes Day 2 from the Transportation Administrators of Arizona 2021 Summer Conference. A couple Directors from around the state join to talk about their journey in student transportation, challenges from this past school year and what they look forward to as we approach the upcoming new school year. Support Hey, Bus Driver! by contributing t…
 
The tuition increases approved by the U.C. Regents will be capped at 5%. Starting in 2022, it’s estimated new in-state undergrads will pay roughly $530 more in tuition and fees. Reporter: Vanessa Rancaño, KQED The major surge of new coronavirus cases is growing in Los Angeles County. And more fully-vaccinated people are testing positive with the vi…
 
“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.” Jimmy Dean Many of the people I meet in the industry have interesting stories. There are struggles and challenges in all their lives, our lives. What if a real police state was limiting your options in life? How would you direct your will? Your des…
 
With the recent heat waves and subsequent wildfires in B.C., experts are calling for Indigenous fire management practices to be implemented across North America so that fire services can better prepare for the future. To discuss how cultural burns could have a positive impact going forward, guest host Robyn Bresnahan talks to fire research scientis…
 
Late last month, BC's heat dome brought record temperatures and caused more deaths in seniors and other vulnerable people than the BC Coroner has (so far) been able to tally. Dr. Brian Goldman talks to Barbara Reed, who took care of a sick and frail family member in the sweltering heat, waiting hours for an ambulance to show up. Jennifer Baumbusch,…
 
It is one of the most important questions one can ask: What is the best thing Americans can do to make the country better? Dennis has an answer that you won’t expect.Column referenced: https://dennisprager.com/column/the-best-thing-most-americans-can-do-to-make-america-better/0:00 Welcome!1:02 Men And Women Are Different3:43 The Best Thing You Can …
 
Omega Schools is a network of 35 low cost, pay as you go, private schools in Ghana, serving 8,500 students. Joining as interim CEO in 2014, Alain Tanefo was brought in to turn around the business. Last year, Rising Academies bought Omega. We discuss the challenges with the low fee private school model, ways they stay committed to the most marginali…
 
Keith Senzer - Founder of PowerShift Coaching - Helping Teens and Adults Find Their True North. Thi sis episode 396 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Keith Senzer helps teens find their true north and follow it through their words and actions, to create a more loving, accepting, responsible and committed adult who has the power to…
 
Solidarity 601, 21 July 2021, part 3 of 3, pages 12-15, inside-outside pages, back page. Articles may include:Isolation pay in test centres: plug the loopholes!Cuba: support the protests, support workers' democracyStarmer's wretched support for NI UnionismKino Eye: Where the power isDiary of a trackworker: Who knows best, workers or managers?Tory "…
 
Solidarity 601, 21 July 2021, part 2 of 3, pages 7 to 11. Articles may include:Dinah Murray, 1946-2021Bangladesh fire deaths: murder by capitalismUnlocking land profits, locking out tenantsPoplar rates rebellion centenary: ten lessons for todayHow to get a democratic, due-process Labour PartyMore online: https://workersliberty.org/publications/soli…
 
Pacific Gas & Electric plans to bury 10,000 miles of its power lines in an effort to prevent its electrical grid from sparking wildfires in California. The announcement comes days after the utility said its equipment may have ignited the Dixie Fire burning in Plumas and Butte counties. Guest: Will Abrams, 2017 Tubbs Fire Survivor While huge fires a…
 
Recent extreme heat ‘cooked’ fruit still on the tree in B.C., as well as forcing farmers in Manitoba to sell their cattle at emergency auctions, due to failed crops and a lack of available feed. To discuss climate change and the impact on Canada’s farmers and food supply, guest host Robyn Bresnahan talks to Kirk Kiesman, a farmer and general manage…
 
Hundreds of people have been killed in South Africa’s worst unrest in decades, after protests triggered by the jailing of ex-president Jacob Zuma widened into rioting over inequality. We discuss the root causes of the unrest, and possible paths forward, with Xolani Dube, a political analyst at the Xubera Institute for Research and Development in Du…
 
With COVID-19 cases skyrocketing in the U.S. and around the world, and the Delta variant causing havoc, we must face the fact that this pandemic is on the verge causing much more death and illness as students prepare to go back to school next month. This is especially troublesome in regions in the U.S. and regions around the world where overwhelmin…
 
Three different families write to Janet about their children's challenging behaviors. In one case, a 2.5-year-old has resumed an old behavior of hitting and scratching, “but this time around it feels like he’s doing it with more purpose.” Another parent says that when their 5-year-old exhibits rude behavior and is called on it, he gets angry and ac…
 
As coronavirus cases continue to soar across Los Angeles County, and the rest of the state, more employers are poised to require workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Pasadena is about to become the first city in Southern California to demand that all of its municipal employees do so. Guest: Steven Mermell, Pasadena City Manager Last month, Ca…
 
The Mantis is a family of firearms training tools that work for live and dry fire. Learn how the Mantis gives feedback to shooters and instructors at all levels in this interview with Austin Allgaier. Mantis is a product that we really believe in and we encourage novice and advanced shooters alike to use the Mantis to take their firearms proficienc…
 
Chase Lyday, Avon Schools Chief of Police, has been an SRO for 11 years and is currently the President of the Indiana SRO Assoc. as well as a board member of the National School Resource Officers Assoc. (NASRO). Chase helps us understand how SROs are trained and their role within a school.By Mike McCarty
 
Solidarity 601, 21 July 2021, part 1 of 3, pages 1 to 6. Articles may include:Get socialists organised!What is socialism?NHS: beat the 3%, beat new privatising plans!The Morning Star and the “culture war”The science of brainsDebating the "Progressive Alliance"It's time for Georgia to chooseWomen's Fightback: Your assistant may not be femaleGMB: mor…
 
In this episode of The K-12 Tech Experience, Jake Kasowski interviews Eileen Belastock, the Director of Technology and Information at Nauset Public Schools in Massachusetts. Jake and Eileen discuss what social and emotional learning (SEL) entails, how district IT teams can better implement it into classroom curriculum, and what Eileen is expecting …
 
Former Bank of Canada and Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has ruled himself out of running in a potential fall election, due to a commitment to help organize the private financial sector in the run-up to the United Nations climate conference. We revisit his conversation with Matt Galloway from March, about his book Value(s): Building a Better …
 
Smoke from hundreds of wildfires is wreaking havoc on communities and businesses across Canada. Guest host Robyn Bresnahan discusses the impact on air quality and people’s health with Anne Hicks, assistant professor of pediatric respiratory medicine at the University of Alberta; and Michael Mehta, professor of geography and environmental studies at…
 
Today we’re breaking down Frame Toby. NOOOOOOOOOO! Toby’s back and Michael is horrified. Michael does what anybody would do to get rid of Toby, frame him with drugs and get him fired. Meanwhile, the office fights over a very disgusting microwave and Jim buys his parents’ house. Jenna does a deep dive on how to clean a microwave, Angela has a soap b…
 
Crews continue to face challenging conditions in battling large wildfires across Northern California. Thunderstorms and wind are being replaced by dry, hot weather this week as crews continue to battle the Dixie and Tamarack fires. Critics of Governor Gavin Newsom say his COVID-19 restrictions were unfair and damaging to small businesses -- thousan…
 
This month we finish our interview with CAPT Jim Wetherbee, USN (Ret) and NASA Astronaut talking about trigger steps, questions he pondered with his space shuttle crew like "How do we prevent all errors?" and discuss using lessons learned. Also, This Week in Aviation look-back, upcoming events, and more! You can find CAPT Wetherbee's bio and link t…
 
#016: Do gloomy grey days bring you the photography blues? When the sky is drab and the light is blah, it can be hard to be inspired to get out to do some photography. But, even in these conditions, there are plenty of compositional opportunities. In this short Tidbit Tuesday episode, I chat about how to think about light, the benefits of photograp…
 
An investigation by a global media consortium has alleged that a spyware called Pegasus was used to target hundreds of politicians, activists and journalists in countries all over the world. Guest host Robyn Bresnahan talks to Agnès Callamard, secretary general of Amnesty International, which took part in the investigation; Ron Deibert, director of…
 
The upheaval of the pandemic convinced some Canadians that their next career move was clear: tendering their resignation. We talk to Matt McGuire, who used reclaimed commuting time to upskill and upgrade to a new job; former corporate lawyer Samanthea Samuels, who is now pursuing her passion of advocating on diversity and inclusion issues; and Debb…
 
Learn about retinal diseases and some of the more common condition that are seen and treated by retinal specialists. UCSF ophthalmologist Dr. Melissa Neuwelt explains how the eye works, what an eye exam looks for, conditions that may be found and treatments. Then Dr, Jacque Duncan discusses diabetic retinopathy, the leading cause of blindness among…
 
This manic Monday The Reason Roundtable tackles President Joe Biden's wild accusations against Facebook, plus the larger debate around misinformation, social media, and government regulations. Join Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, and Nick Gillespie to hear them discuss: 1:52: Facebook "killing people," and what to do about social-…
 
Stanley Richards - Digital Curriculum Manager at PBLWorks - The Effectiveness of PBL within the AP Environment. This is episode 395 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Stanley Richards is the Digital Curriculum Manager at PBLWorks. Stanley joined PBLWorks as the program manager for an ongoing partnership between PBLWorks and Lucas E…
 
A significant rise in coronavirus cases over the past few weeks has led to health officials in Los Angeles County to reinstate a mask mandate in indoor settings. The requirement went into effect over the weekend. Guest: Dr. Bob Wachter, Chair of U.C. San Francisco’s Department of Medicine As the Tokyo Olympics get underway this week, at least three…
 
Canadian author Margaret Atwood shared much with her late partner, the novelist Graeme Gibson, including a love of birds. In a conversation from March, she talks to Matt Galloway about the spring migration, the new edition of Gibson's Bedside Book of Birds and what nature can bring us, especially amid the pandemic.…
 
People have been kept away from their loved ones in hospital through the pandemic. But as more Canadians are vaccinated and COVID case counts drop, there are calls to ease restrictions on visits. Guest host Robyn Bresnahan talks to Ottawa resident Kim Gogo, who waited for hours in a hospital car park as her son had major heart surgery last month; D…
 
Neural imaging is a useful technique to understand the biological basis of artistic creativity. Post-doctoral Scholar Karen Chan Barrett explores how researchers measure the creative brain in real time noting that improvisation is a rich model for studying the neural connections of creativity. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health an…
 
Solidarity 600, 14 July 2021, part 3 of 3, pages 12-15, inside-outside pages, back page. Articles may include:Unite: a critical vote for Sharon GrahamChance to shift Unison's Labour Link to the leftSheffield Archaeology: a cut with a "global impact"Kino Eye: Waiting for asylumBEIS strike from 19 July (John Moloney's column)Not the dirt we cleanLitt…
 
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