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Live in Education

  • Live & Upcoming Episodes (47)
  • Late Night Hype X-Rated Edition

    in Education

    This episode we will discuss some trending topics in the world. There has been a controversy over the internet the past week where a man had one child sand he brought his child something to eat and left the other siblings without something to eat. Was he wrong or was he right. Picking the right and wrong male and female can be tough and this will open dialogue about how men and women have made the right and wrong chioces and what we can do to correct generational curses. Men are the leaders but are we ready to lead to the next generation. Roe Vs Wade has everyone in an uproar becausee it was overtunred and what does it mean for feminism  and cancel culture future. Call in and speak your opinion because this broadcast will be solution based. We gone talk about Omarion and the versus and why the 2000 eras if R&B is currently corny and wack and why 90's R&B will always remain king. 

  • Assessing the Nation’s Report Card: Challenges and Choices for NAEP

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    A discussion of Assessing the Nation’s Report Card: Challenges and Choices for NAEP, authored by veteran education participant/analyst Chester E. Finn, Jr., examines the history of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). It’s a revealing look at the country’s most influential source of data on K–12 achievement: how it came to be, what’s pushing it today, and what it must do tomorrow..Dr Finn is President Emeritus of The Thomas Fordham Institute, former US Ass't Secretary of Education, and a Sr. Fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution


    in Education

    GOING BEYOND GRADES IN ASSESSING STUDENTS Capturing Student Learning with "SPACES"  Learn about it  from their team members Eric DoCouto and Melody MacAllister

  • Domestic Violence/Abuse (TTLO) Take The Lid Off "Promoting Positive Change"

    in Education

    What is Verbal Abuse.....Types of Verbal Abuse

  • MHHS Eyes Wide Open Circle of Readers

    in Education

    Join us Tuesday 8 Dul-Hijjah (7/5/22 CCY) @ 9:00pm for MHHS Eyes Wide Open Circle of Readers
    Book: To Hell Or Barbados by Sean O'Callaghan Reading III
    This is the Uniting of Asia – Family
    We must activate our voice with law and speak with our Writs!!!
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    in Education

    TALKING EDUCATOR BURNOUT : How to recruit and retain teachers: a conversation  with  Takeru "TK" Nagayoshi,, Director of Community Events at Panorama Education and  2020 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year. You will love listening to TK

  • A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith

    in Higher Education

    Ahada McCummings, Sr. National Director, External Affairs & Organizational Learn for Up2Us Sports, joins Monique A. J. Smith for A Chat in the Garden.
    Join us on A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith at 10:00 am EST. Come listen to our guest’s career path, her advice for others & current initiatives...A Chat in the Garden with Monique A.J. Smith, where Significance Blooms. Listen via 563-999-3513 or This is Season 8. Seasons 1-7 can be found on, previously broadcasted on Survival Broadcast Network.


    in Education

    A VISIT WITH EDWEB.NET Always a treat. Great PD abounds for thousands of educators in this free network of ongoing programs ...with Lisa Schmucki and Melssa Hidgson of Edweb.

  • Weedsday Wednesday, A Live, Cannabis Marijuana Radio Alesia Anderson 2022!

    in Education

    Welcome to Weedsday Wednesday!
    The #1 Marijuana Cannabis Radio Podcast! 
    Everything you ever want to know about cannabis marijuana!
    We'll talk about cannabis, marijuana, cbd, thc, hash, weed, pot or anything else you want to call this beautiful plant!
    Join us for Cannabis Interviews, strain reviews, product reviews, news and information about anything and everything marijuana related in Tucson, Arizona and the World at Large!
    We'll share what's happening with all of the medical marijuana and recreational laws for The State of Arizona and everything marijuana happening in our exciting little trail dust town!
    Call in to join us live (646) 915-8421!
    Alesia Anderson - Marketing Brand Manager at Alpine IQ. 
    Alpine IQ is the leading data and marketing solutions provider for retailers in the cannabis industry. Alpine IQ started in 2020, and as of today, we are currently touching over one in every four cannabis transactions.  

  • Raising Emotionally Intelligent Children: Advice for Educators and Parents

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    Authors Helen Shwe Sdanai and Rachael Katz join to discuss their book The Emotionally Intelligent Child: Effective Strategies for Parenting Self-Aware, Cooperative, and Well-Balanced Kids. The book outlines the stages of development a child goes through as they gain social awareness and emotional balance.
    Helen Shwe Hadani, PhD, is currently a fellow at the Brookings Institution where she conducts policy-focused research on the benefits of playful learning in both formal and informal contexts. Prior to joining Brookings, she served as the director of research at the Bay Area Discovery Museum where she guided program and exhibit development. An expert in early childhood and creativity development, she has more than twenty years of experience in research and education settings, and has worked with toy, media, and technology companies, including Disney, Sesame Workshop, Apple, LEGO, Fisher-Price and Mattel. Helen holds a BA in cognitive science from the University of Rochester, and a doctorate in psychology from Stanford University.
    Rachael Katz, MS, Ed, teaches social and emotional learning skills to parents and children. She has over 25 years of experience as an early childhood educator and school leader. Rachael was the Head of the Discovery School at the Bay Area Discovery Museum, Head of Social and Emotional learning for Early Years at Dulwich College Beijing, and an elementary classroom teacher for preschool - third grade.  In addition to working in school settings, Rachael has created and written television for Nick Jr. and Radio Television Hong Kong, and was a consultant for educational programs at Children’s Television Workshop. Currently, she is working on a children’s animated series on emotional intelligence with Marc Lumer Productions. Rachael holds a Master’s degree in education from Bank Street College and a BA from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.