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My Dad Is A Pathetic Loser. He Also Has Two Children I Didn’t Know About

My Dad Is A Pathetic Loser. He Also Has Two Children I Didn’t Know About

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Hey, guys. My name is Christy. My story is about how I found out that every secret sooner or later becomes clear. And the longer you hide it, the more you hurt your loved ones. It happened to me and my parents. And my life hasn’t been the same since then. I have to say, […]

Patricia Nicholl – Doctorate in Childhood Studies at Queen’s Belfast

Patricia Nicholl – Doctorate in Childhood Studies at Queen’s Belfast

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(smooth music) Hi, my name is Patricia Nicholl. I am currently studying for the DChild, Doctorate in Childhood Studies in Queen’s University. And I’ve been a social worker in predominantly family and children’s services for well over 30 years now. And I chose this programme by and large because I’ve been thinking about doing my […]

Taking Class Outdoors with Environmental Education

Taking Class Outdoors with Environmental Education

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What Is an IEP? | Individualized Education Program Explained

What Is an IEP? | Individualized Education Program Explained

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An IEP stands for Individualized Education Program. You’ll hear people talk about IEP in different ways. There’s IEP teams. There’s IEP meetings. And the IEP, it stands for that plan itself. It puts into place what’s called specialized instruction, which can be help in the general education classroom. It can be small group instruction. It […]

Slaveyche Nursery Schools – how to gain visibility online

Slaveyche Nursery Schools – how to gain visibility online

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We launched the first Slaveiche nursery in 2010. The idea occurred to me when I couldn’t find a suitable nursery for my child. So we launched the first nursery, but virtually nobody knew of us, and we had to advertise – somehow. The first option we looked at was Google AdWords. This gave very rapid […]

College education is failing us all. Can we design something better?

College education is failing us all. Can we design something better?

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Fifty percent of high school students don’t go on to higher education. Of the 50 percent that do, 43 percent of them don’t graduate. Of those that do graduate the average graduation time is six years. The average age of a current college student today is about 25. And I think 25 percent of college […]

Waldorf vs. Montessori Education: What’s the Difference?

Waldorf vs. Montessori Education: What’s the Difference?

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Hello! Welcome to another Sunday with Sarah. I’m Sarah Baldwin. I’m a Waldorf early childhood teacher, I’m the author of a book called “Nurturing Children and Families” and I’m now the owner of Bella Luna Toys. We sell Waldorf toys and wooden toys, natural toys. We sell to a lot of Waldorf schools and parents […]

Staff Training for Physical Education for Children With Visual Impairments

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This video is about how to work with children with visual impairments in physical education. Please make sure you come to class with me, because I need support with physical education. Please have high expectations for me, just as you would for a child who can see. Please be sure to get me to class […]

The Virtual Classroom: Online Learning

The Virtual Classroom: Online Learning

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>>Teacher: So boys and girls, right now what we’re gonna do is we’re gonna log onto the internet, but I know–>>Narrator: The internet has facilitated a whole new world of learning.>>Teacher: Where is Miss Junie to right now?>>Costa Rica.>>Costa Rica, good.>>Narrator: Connecting people and cultures that are worlds apart.>>[singing].>>Narrator: Increasingly, the internet also provides an […]

Emotion in Education: An Interview with Maurice Elias

Emotion in Education: An Interview with Maurice Elias

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>>Social emotional learning started out as I think, a little hobby that some people had. It was an idea that we thought would be a good thing to help kids feel better about themselves and maybe prevent some problems. But as we started to study the impact of this, we began to realize that this […]