Coming to you from the California Mathematics Council - South annual conference, Sharona and Bosley sit down for a wonderful conversation with Dr. Sean Nank. Sean is an adjunct professor at California State University San Marcos, a full professor at the American College of Education, as well as a high school math teacher in the Oceanside Unified School District. Sean is also a recipient of the Persidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.In this incredible conversation, we talk with Sean about the human impact of assessments on our students and the important conversations that can be had once we really start to examine the impact of our grading systems. LinksPlease note - any books linked here are likely Amazon Associates links. Clicking on them and purchasing through them helps support the show. Thanks for your support!seannank.com How to Grade for Learning: Linking Grades to Standards, Ken O'ConnorResourcesThe Grading Conference - an annual, online conference exploring Alternative Grading in Higher Education & K-12.Some great resources to educate yourself about Alternative Grading:The Grading for Growth BlogThe Grading ConferenceThe Intentional Academia BlogRecommended Books on Alternative Grading (Please note - any books linked here are likely Amazon Associates links. Purchasing through them helps support the show. Thanks for your support!):Grading for Growth, by Robert Talbert and David ClarkSpecifications Grading, by Linda NilsenUndoing the Grade, by Jesse Stommel
Dr. Lindsay Banks helps people find health in every day life and today she shares some social media magic along with her experience as a doctor and soon to be real estate investor. For most physicians interested in getting started in real estate, gaining the knowledge to know where to start is the most difficult part. Another popular question is 'how am I going to fund my investment with all my student debt'.https://www.linkedin.com/in/drlindsaybanks/
Farnoosh Torabi is one of America’s leading personal finance authorities and has all the tips and tricks regarding how to surpass your financial goals and live your happiest life. A former CNBC host, creator of the Webby-nominated podcast So Money, and the multi-bestselling financial author of When She Makes More: The Truth About Love and Life for a New Generation of Women, Farnoosh’s latest book A Healthy State of Panic: Follow Your Fears to Build Wealth, Crush Your Career and Win at Life encourages others to not only recognize their fears, but to harness them to achieve success. In this interview, we talk about Farnoosh’s financial philosophies, the message of her newest book, and how once you work through your fears you’ll be able to find confidence on the other side. Don’t miss this episode of Claim Your Confidence where we discuss:
The importance of financial literacy, and how understanding your finances is key to your independence and success
How overcoming her own financial struggles and increasing her understanding of personal finance inspired Farnoosh to publish her first book
Busting the myth that your self worth is defined by your net worth
The importance of establishing a financial partnership in marriage, and how couples can prevent money from becoming a point of contention in their relationship
How addressing your fears instead of avoiding them can help guide you during life’s important decisions, and can help increase your confidence
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Welcome to a special episode, where I aim to dive into the fascinating world of football language. I'm Stephen McHugh, your guide on this unique journey. As someone on the autistic spectrum, I've often navigated the literal views of language, experiencing moments of confusion and discovery.In this episode, I aim to unravel the linguistic marvels that colour football matches, offering insights into how individuals on the autistic spectrum perceive and interpret the beautiful game's verbal tapestry. From 'Raining Goals' to the 'Icing on the Cake,' join me in decoding the language of football, exploring how literal views add a layer of complexity and charm. Whether you're a football enthusiast or curious about the intersection of autism and language, this episode promises a thoughtful exploration. Let's kick off this linguistic adventure together! TimestampsIntroduction (0 - 3:47)Phrases: It's Raining Goals Here (3:52 - 5:54)Asleep; Wake Up (6:00 - 8:16)Pay the Penalty (8:21 - 10:31)Bubble Burst and Fortress (10:36 - 13:11)Flying High; Confidence Sky High; Confidence Rock Bottom (13:15 - 16:15)Crosses are being Whipped/Zipped In now; & Talk about Square Pegs in Round Holes (16:20 - 19:20)Point to Prove (19:24 - 21:37)Mountain to Climb; Weather the Storm (21:42 - 24:26) Icing on the Cake / The Cherry on the Cake (24:30 - 26:48)Conclusion and Outro (26:53 - End) Thanks for listening. You can find me on my website stephensevolution.com, or on twitter here. You can sign up to receive news of new episodes when they're released here. Artwork produced by Elena DesigneMusic composed by Nela Ruiz
What if being an artist of faith is more about WHO YOU ARE and HOW you create than WHAT you make? Too many Christians in the arts are living in a no-win situation. They’re serious about their work, committed in their faith – but feeling disjointed and disconnected. In part three of this series, we’ll consider how to integrate the many pieces of you through the three-fold way of calling. And find clarity, confidence, and freedom to truly become who we were created to be, make what we were created to make and do what we were created to do.For more Be. Make. Do. follow now on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
True Sunlight Podcast co-hosts Mandy Matney, Liz Farrell and everyone’s favorite attorney Eric Bland — talk about what people can expect to see at Tuesday morning’s hearing for Alex Murdaugh, where he’ll be sentenced for his financial crimes. Also on the show, who cares what Alex ate for Thanksgiving Dinner? (Certainly none of us, but some media outlets can't seem to help themselves). Plus what’s going on with the oddly timed arrest of Colleton County Clerk of Court Becky Hill’s son and a look at the latest in the Stephen Smith case...
On today’s show, Liz, Eric and I break down what you can expect to see in the hearing. Plus, we look at a ”48 Hours” update on where SLED stands with Stephen Smith’s investigation — including where things are at getting Stephen’s text messages.
Premium members will get a deeper look at the odd timing of SLED arresting Becky Hill’s son right before Thanksgiving and what we think is behind all of it. Luna Shark Premium Members get access to searchable case files, written articles with documents, case photos, episode videos and exclusive live experiences with our hosts on lunasharkmedia.com, Discord and YouTube LIVE through Lunashark.supercast.com. CLICK HERE to learn more: https://bit.ly/3BdUtOE.
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🎙️ Episode 23: How To Understand the Sitzer Verdict: A Guide for Agents 🎙️
The Sitzer case verdict is in, and it's a game-changer for the real estate industry. In this critical episode, we dissect the verdict, its implications, and what it means for you, the hardworking real estate agent.
We delve into our reactions to the verdict, offering insights into the nuances of the case and its potential impact on the industry. But we don't stop there. This episode is all about looking forward. What does this landmark decision mean for the future of real estate? How will it affect your day-to-day operations, your interactions with clients, and your overall business strategy?
More importantly, we explore how agents like you can prepare for the changes ahead. From adapting your business model to rethinking your marketing approach, we're covering everything you need to stay ahead in these evolving times.
🔍 Don't get left behind in the fast-changing real estate landscape. Listen now to stay informed and ready for what's next!
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https://brainsandbeards.com/Key Moments:Mobile development teams have responsibilities beyond just writing code, such as providing guidance on design, UX, platform best practices, and APIs.Mobile developers should proactively communicate with other teams like design, product, and backend to ensure mobile needs are met.Designers may not be aware of mobile constraints, so developers should point out issues and suggest better solutions.Developers add value by understanding business needs and constraints around payments, analytics, and security rules.Developers should help educate other teams on the latest mobile changes to avoid outdated approaches.APIs need to consider mobile use cases around battery life and offline usage.Versioning, deprecation, and error handling are especially important for mobile APIs.Automating workflows can save significant time spent on manual tasks.Mobile teams can build internal tools and services to streamline their work.Change logs and release notes should have useful information for users, not just be technical.
Choosing the right location when moving abroad is a significant decision, so it's natural to have concerns about making the “wrong choice.” But, it's also important to remember that there's no one-size-fits-all answer, and what may be the perfect location for one person might not be the best for another. But, I truly believe that if you can do 4 essential things, you can rest assured that you'll have a good move abroad no matter where you decide to go. The three things are: 1: You will need some way of making income. 2: You will need a visa.3: You will need somewhere to live.4: You will need to build connections with local people. We dive into each of these 4 things in more detail in the episode. I'll catch you there!Grab my free guide: 5 Exact Steps to Move AbroadWebsite: jordangiberson.comInstagram: @jordan.giberson