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Welcome to What's Literacy Got To Do With It? by Literacy Quebec. A community-based podcast for English-speaking, lifelong literacy learners in Quebec. Our hosts Chris Shee and Jaimie Cudmore from Literacy Quebec explore topics around community building, lifelong curiosity, and the multiple types of literacy. It's incredible what we can learn from each other!
 
Do you find yourself seeking new ideas when it comes to literacy instruction in elementary classrooms? The Literacy Dive is a podcast that offers actionable steps and information for ELA teachers. The host, Megan Polk from The Literacy Dive, shares literacy tips and strategies she has learned from her years of experience as an elementary teacher and literacy specialist. Dive in with us every Monday for a new episode on various literacy topics!
 
Knowing your child is struggling with reading is devastating. They are struggling with school, self-confidence, and so much we can't understand. Sammy Bohannon, founder of Growing Literacy Educational Services discusses reading and writing topics that can help parents increase their students' literacy through reading and writing tips and tricks that were learned from over six years in the classroom. If you are a parent or an educator who would like to help their child learn to read and/or wr ...
 
Literacy Kings breaks down popular financial books in a culturally relevant way for people of color who have been marginalized. Our podcast is a mix of education, entertainment, business, investing, and the break down of important finance trends. Host Corey Paul (Rapper and Entrepreneur) and JaMorcus Trayham, MBA (Investor and Teacher) grew up in a neighborhood with a 30% drop out rate and didn’t start reading books until we were adults. Our lives changed! If you're trying to learn more abou ...
 
Your connection to the art and science of feeling really good… body, mind, and spirit. Turn on to the wisdom of your body as we connect your wellness dots by exploring whole person healing, from neuroscience and nutrition to sexual health and sleep. Join the wellness revolution and start speaking your body’s language.
 
New episodes every Monday and Friday All episodes are based off the question: "What's a commonly held belief in Literacy Education you passionately disagree with?" More than 60 percent of all prison inmates are functionally illiterate. One child in four grows up not knowing how to read. 43% of adults at Level 1 literacy skills live in poverty compared to only 4% of those at Level 5. Kids who are read to every day are 1 year more literate than their peers.
 
Physician finances are unique. The MD Financial Literacy Podcast is a resource for all of Canada’s physicians and their families. Gain confidence in all aspects of your financial life with a broad range of episodes addressing topics from normalizing debt to retirement readiness. With this podcast you can feel more confident about achieving your financial planning goals.
 
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EPISODE OVERVIEW “Whenever someone asks, “How do I raise money for my business?” I respond by asking, “Do you have a business plan?” A good business plan with a great presentation can raise the money you need. A bad business plan with a poor presentation can lose you money.” -Robert T. Kiyosaki. Let's break it down! 🔐 Join our Patreon community to …
 
Welcome to a new year! In this episode I invited Dr. Zoi Philipakkos associate professor in the College of Education at the University of Knoxville, Tennessee to discuss her recent book Developing Strategic Young Writers Through Genre Instruction Resouces for Grades K-2. It’s a great book, she also has a related book for 3-5 that I highly recommend…
 
This time of the year is perfect for resetting, and I personally find it to be such a powerful opportunity. In my previous episode I provided tips for resetting your writing block and in this episode we’re going to speak about the other part of literacy, which is reading. We all know that reading is a complex skill and you may be surprised to learn…
 
Previously known as reading rotations, literacy rotations now incorporate more strands of literacy learning and are an important tool in the K-2 classroom. In this episode, Annelise and Kylie share some very practical tips for how to run a successful literacy rotation. Spoiler: planning and set-up are important and you may need a purple sparkly hat…
 
David Liben joins us again to discuss how to improve reading for older students. How can teachers help older students with unfinished literacy learning? How can teachers address foundational skills and fluency for older readers? Are decodables appropriate for older students? What is the role of independent reading? What is a volume of reading? Wher…
 
Literacy success is essential for future success. Reading is one of the leading indicators of successful people. We all want our children to be successful and having early success in literacy skills can help our kids be more successful in life. Our main goal must be to help our children to succeed with literacy in order to ensure they are successfu…
 
00:00:00 Molly Rauh Hello and welcome back to this CCIA Literacy Conversations podcast. I'm your host Molly Rauh with my co-host... 00:00:08 Jessica Rickert ...Jessica Rickert. Today's podcast features, Melanie Conklin, Melanie's work centers around writing middle grade novels. Melanie shares about her writing process, inspiration for her stories, …
 
Mark began a new series titled Snapshots of Jesus as seen throughout the Gospels. Today focused on the Gospel of Mark. This New Testament synoptic Gospel is not written in chronological order. Rather the stories of Jesus are repeated themes for the reader to contrast and compare. The first thirteen verses of the Gospel of Mark are written from God’…
 
Welcome to Season 8 Episode 5 of What's Literacy Got To Do With It? by Literacy Quebec! In today's episode, we continue our focus on the groundbreaking Lost For Words, a 3 episode series on SBS in Australia. The show follows host Jay Laga'aia, literacy experts Joanne Medlin & Adam Nobilia, and brave adult students on an intensive literacy course. T…
 
When Betty White died on New Year’s Eve, it was a shocker—even though she was 99 years, 11 months, and two weeks old. It seemed impossible to conceive of living in this world without White, who brought us so much joy via a television career that has spanned the entire length of the medium’s history. We talk about the heartrending outpouring of cele…
 
Paula Worby (pictured on the right) and Miriam Lara-Mejia both work at Hesperian Health Guides, a non-profit publisher best known for the book Where There Is No Doctor that is used throughout the world. Hesperian has more than a dozen books on a broad range of health topics and makes almost all of that content available free online and in multiple …
 
Internal medicine physician and author, Alan Steinberg, joins me in a dialog on the role of meditation in facilitating whole person wellness and integrative, mind-body medicine. Alan is a practicing primary care physician for Cedars-Sinai Medical Group in Beverly Hills. His first book was a non-fiction consumer’s guide, The Insider’s Guide to HMOs.…
 
In today's episode I’m going to address the elephant in the room, which is the fact that teaching literacy is hard. There, I said it! In my personal experience, I found that compared to all other subjects, reading and writing were without a doubt the most difficult for my students. If you’re anything like me and refuse to let your students fail bec…
 
In this episode, Melissa and Lori connect with James Dobson, an educator who has been teaching for more than a decade in Australia. He has worked as a classroom teacher, lead teacher, literacy learning specialist, and principal. We discuss his blog post titled Laying the Foundations, One Teacher’s Journey. James illuminates his journey with the sci…
 
Before children even learn to read, we are preparing them to learn to read. In this episode, we will discuss early literacy skills that children need to be successful in reading, writing, and their future. We will also discuss things you can do as a parent to help your child develop early literacy skills. For 10 Ways to Prepare Your Child to Learn …
 
EPISODE OVERVIEW “Most of us have heard that it is important to set goals. Yet rich dad had a different take on goals. He said, “Goals are important, but the process of obtaining the goal is far more important than the goal.” Explaining, he would say, “If you ask most people, ‘Who wants to be a millionaire?’ most people would raise their hand. That…
 
Welcome to our very first episode of The Literacy Squad! As teachers and parents, we’re developing comprehension skills every day with our students and children. This episode delves into strategies teachers can use in the classroom that students enjoy and that will build their foundational knowledge. Presented by Annelise Mitchell and Kylie Della V…
 
Happy New Year! After all the reflection that you did in December, it’s now time to decide which processes you should continue and what needs to be changed in your classroom. A lot of people think that it’s a necessity to reset or restart their procedures when they return from break. This isn’t always the best strategy, so I’m going to make sure yo…
 
00:00:00 Molly Rauh Hello and welcome back to this CCIRA Literacy Conversations podcast. I'm your host Molly Rauh with my co-host Jessica Rickert. Today's podcast features, Marc Tyler Nobleman. 00:00:14 Jessica Rickert Marc's work centers around writing fiction and nonfiction books for young people, Mark shares how he writes books that grab an inte…
 
EPISODE OVERVIEW “Robert explained, rich dad described four different types of business schools. 1. The Traditional Business School 2. The Family Business School 3. The Corporate Business School 4. The Business School of the Streets While all four of these can provide valuable training, as they did in Robert’s case, do you have to have all four to …
 
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but this is my last episode of 2021! I’m going to take this opportunity to continue my conversation from my last episode when I shared my personal reflections from 2021. In my opinion, January is the perfect time to reflect on the past year and set goals for moving forward and this episode I’m going to share how to …
 
One of our listener's questions prompted Melissa & Lori to have a conversation about complex texts and ways students can access them. What does the research say? What are practical ways to apply it? How could this look in the classroom? The first part of this episode illuminates a conversation with Melissa & Lori in response to Kris’s text complexi…
 
On this episode of Sports and Money, we chat with entrepreneur and former athlete Kevin McReynolds about the importance of investing using the backdrop of Kobe Bryant's investment in BodyArmor, which recently netted his family $400 million. We also discuss the naming rights deal that Crypto.com spent to take over Staples Center to explain how crypt…
 
Transcript created using Maestra. We apologize for any errors. 00:00:00 Molly Rauh Hello and welcome back to the CCIRA literacy conversations podcast. I'm your host Molly Rauh with my co-host , Jessica Rickert. 00:00:09 Jessica Rickert Today's podcast features Pernille Ripp. Pernille's work centers around creating a classroom environment based on s…
 
The new novel Dava Shastri’s Last Day by Kirthana Ramisetti tells the story of an aging music mogul who plans her own assisted death after a devastating cancer diagnosis—but decides to let news of her passing leak a little early so she can read what she assumes will be her glowing obituaries. Instead, she witnesses the public revelation of some of …
 
Why Work For Free??? Let’s break it down! 🔐 Join our Patreon community to get early access, exclusive content, merch, and become a part of our private community! 👉 https://www.patreon.com/LiteracyKings CashApp: https://cash.app/$literacykings Our Bitcoin Address: 3Km6ecG4bfrEtBN3PSARrdx3c9dAx6i4Pd 🎙 Listen to FREE Audiobooks https://www.audibletria…
 
Welcome to Season 8 Episode 4 of What's Literacy Got To Do With It? by Literacy Quebec! In today's episode, we have an extraordinary guest, Jay Laga'aia, who you may recognize from his many roles, including Star Wars, Xena: Warrior Princess, and The Wiggles. Besides being an actor, musician, and father of 8, Jay is also an early year educator and t…
 
It seems like just yesterday we were ringing in 2021 and yet I can’t believe it’s almost 2022! I always like to think back on the good times and the challenging times as the new year approaches. In this episode, I reflect on the priorities I will be carrying over to 2022. These routines and practices have been important to me and I think you’ll fin…
 
Mark drew the curtain back on Advent lesson 4, unveiling a lesson on “Adventus” which is Latin for Arrival. ( Advent is the 4 weeks of celebration on the Christian calendar before Christmas, the birth of Christ.)He broke down the arrival onto 3 life events.1. Arrival in Bethlehem2. Arrival in Life3. Arrival to come, the “second coming”Mark gives us…
 
In today’s episode, Kate Winn, a teacher, freelance writer and TV guest, and wife and mom to two girls, joins us on the podcast to share how after 20 years of teaching, she learned about the science of reading! She wrote this piece for Today’s Parent, titled I’m a kindergarten teacher and the way I’ve been teaching reading is wrong. How does she im…
 
If you’ve been following along the last two weeks you know that this is the last episode of the three-part holiday series. I’ve provided you with six strategies thus far and today I’ll be giving you four more! The purpose of these strategies is not to add more onto your plate, but rather incorporate small changes into your current schedule. You’ll …
 
Welcome to Season 8 Episode 3 of What's Literacy Got To Do With It? by Literacy Quebec! In today’s episode, we explore the theme: the power of your story! So many nuggets of wisdom in this episode from our wonderful guests! We have very distinct guests, but they all speak to building connections and skills to empower yourself throughout life. Guest…
 
I’m very excited about today’s episode today. My guest is Dr. Dan Reynolds, he is an assistant professor of English and literacy education at John Carroll university. He does a lot of work with scaffolding texts and, helping support students in complex texts. But today we’re talking specifically about updated recommendations for adolescent literacy…
 
Mark taught lesson 3 in the study of Advent. This week’s emphasis: When Jesus Comes Again. Mark focused on a taste and feast Advent buffet as written in Luke 1. Mark used Scripture to show us life is full of ups and downs, life is full of contrasts, God does incredible things, is always reliable, but not predictable.Listen to Mark explain the socia…
 
Today we talk with National Council on Teacher Quality’s Hannah Putman, Managing Director/Research, who penned a piece titled Getting Districts and Teacher Prep on the Same Page on Reading Pays Off. This research from CALDER sparked Hannah’s piece. She shared there is a disconnect in what teachers are learning in preparation programs and evidence-b…
 
I’m joined on this episode by Sally Fallon Morell, president of the Weston A. Price Foundation and author of the best-selling cookbook, Nourishing Traditions®: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats. Much of Sally’s career has been dedicated dispelling food myths most notably that animal fats and choleste…
 
EPISODE OVERVIEW There are a million quotes about how important it is to fail. “Fail your way to the top”, “Fail and fail often”, “Failure is not the opposite of success, it is part of success.” All of these are true, but my favorite is from Michael Jordan, “I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.” If you loo…
 
Last week I started my three-part series about how to keep your students engaged during the holiday season. I decided to expand on those holiday literacy ideas by giving you three more ways to keep your students on task. As always, these ideas are simple and can be put into practice the very day you listen to this episode. We all know one way to ke…
 
Brent Johnson continued teaching the Advent series with lesson 2. Today is the second Sunday inAdvent, Adventus in Latin which means arrival.After sharing in responsive liturgical reading, Brent expounded on the emphasis of week 2: Peace ofGod. We are promised God's peace as the angels' proclaimed to the shepherds of Jesus' birth,"Fear not." Brent …
 
Jenn David-Lang is truly a Mastermind! Her strategic, structured, and supportive virtual Professional Learning Communities help school leaders grapple and tackle lots of difficult topics, ranging from How can leaders support student engagement during a pandemic? to How can leaders create space for teacher wellbeing? Check out her Mastermind PLC pap…
 
Professor Jason Last, MD, is University Dean of Students at University College Dublin in Ireland. Building on his experience as a practicing physician, Last has led and participated in many graduate medical education initiatives and programs. This includes work in patient education and advocacy. In this podcast, Professor Last talks with Helen Osbo…
 
It’s GIVING TUESDAY, and if you’re a Literacy Lover like us, then what better way to show your literacy love than to donate to The Truth About Reading documentary? We caught up with the team for a second podcast to react to the teaser and hear about the journey they’ve taken since we last spoke with them. And, be sure to follow The Truth About Read…
 
EPISODE OVERVIEW Research shows that 90% of new businesses fail. But yours doesn't have to. In today's show, we break down how proper planning prevents poor performance. Working on your business before it becomes a “real” business can save you a lot of heartache and pain. Let’s Go! “WHAT IS YOUR PERSONAL REASON FOR STARTING A BUSINESS? Ask yourself…
 
Natalie Wexler once said that parents are the sleeping giants in this reading science movement. The parents in Minneapolis Public Schools are awake and ready! They are passionate, informed advocates who developed a coalition of families willing to speak out and say, “Our kids deserve access to structured literacy. Less than 50% of students read at …
 
While the holiday season is exciting, it is also notoriously a time that students are distracted and energetic. There are so many extra activities that need to be added to the schedule which means ditching those daily academic lessons. In this episode, I will discuss how to get through the holiday season without abandoning teaching your literacy co…
 
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