Today’s podcast is brought to you on 4th of July! Happy independence day! Get after it like the forefathers. We cover philosophy for children and how to stop fear in its track.
Today, we look at the evaluation that Dr. Rinfeld conducted in the UK. He found that teacher assessments of students were as accurate as standardized tests. Let's take a look to see if we can really bring back the human aspect back into the classroom! We also answer a question regarding adulthood and what comes at the age of 20 and 21!
Please excuse the tone. Sore throats are not the best for podcasts but I had to share this with you!
Today we discuss a post about the “bad” effects of standardizing secondary languages and if teachers are actually doing that. A 7th grader wants advice about prepping for high school!
We discuss the advantages and disadvantages of concentrating on culture vs. curriculum. We take a look at how all both of those aspects lead us to be more self-aware.
Danny takes us through this journey of becoming a track and field athlete, majoring at CSULB and his career as a nurse. He offers insights on the importance of coaches and mentors and is rooting for everyone who is on the student-athlete lifestyle.
Daniella talks about her time at Boston University and the MBA program at USC. We discuss what it takes to work in the Human Resources department of a major company and some markers to look out for when you are looking to apply.
Education from the home takes precedence over all types of education, including academics. Home education is the foundation to all other types of education.
How to treat talent and how to grow it. We discuss how to determine which phase the talent in, using the analogy of children and their growth.
It is important to know when to focus on the details of a subject matter and when to work for the bigger picture. Winners win in the details.