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Radijo švietimo laida „Dešimt balų“ tarsi kompasas padeda susigaudyti švietimo sūkuriuose ir leidžia išvengti didelių klaidų priimant svarbius gyvenimo sprendimus. Transliuojama ketvirtadieniais 16.05 val. per LRT RADIJĄ. Ved. Jonė Kučinskaitė ir Gintaras Sarafinas.
 
We are Julie Mason, instructional coach, and Darcy Mueller, middle school teacher. We started Classroom Crusaders to share teaching strategies, discuss current trends in education, and to listen to other educators' stories. We hope we will spark conversations and connect with our listeners. Please feel free to visit our website, ClassroomCrusaders.com for our blog posts and to follow our crusade.
 
We are a weekly talk show that brings the biggest names in motorcycle racing right to fans. In addition to candid interviews with top names in motorcycle racing, we provide insights into the trends and trendsetters driving the motorcycle industry.
 
How to Teach Piano is a weekly bi-lingual podcast inspiring pianists and piano teachers to expand their horizons while pursuing excellence in their craft. Every week we will discuss past and current trends in piano pedagogy, piano technique, and performance preparations strategies. We will also have interviews with fellow musicians to discuss their teaching process and how to make an impact as a teacher and a musician. How to Teach Piano is committed to giving our listeners the most up to da ...
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
Ready to Teach is a podcast for teachers, by teachers. We’ll showcase teachers’ stories - mistakes and all - the best practices that come from those mistakes, and the research behind it all. We’ll cut through the buzz-words and the trends to discuss what works in the classroom, what doesn’t, and why. As teachers, we know the best people to learn from are other teachers. We also know how difficult it is to build community outside of our own classrooms. Come hear stories and strategies from fi ...
 
Ever wonder how fitness trends catch fire? Or whether popular exercise equipment and workout programs are based on actual science? Learn everything you wanted to know about exercise straight from the people who invent the products and create the workouts that make you sweat. Working with iconic fitness organizations including the American Council on Exercise, Nautilus, Stairmaster and the National Academy of Sports Medicine, Pete McCall is an educator, blogger and media spokesperson who has ...
 
Join me, your host Chloe Corcoran, every week as I get naked about real life things. We were all born naked. Everyday we get up and 'get dressed', we put on our faces for the world, we fit into boxes, we follow the trends, we lose ourselves or maybe we didn't know who we were to begin with. This podcast is for those who are ready to uncover their limiting beliefs and the blocks that holding them back, to truly create a life of magic and fun.There is absolutely no topic off limits in this pod ...
 
SafeDay Trading focuses on teaching our students how to trade the financial markets short term. The goal of our program is to make learning short term trading (or in other words day trading) easy, exciting, and fun while giving you the student the highest quality of education possible. For the everyday investor, the Financial Markets represent a fantastic way to manage your own money through trading various financial instruments. Although, day trading involves risk, it can be managed by lear ...
 
Tch Talks brings together educators from the Teaching Channel community engaged in the daily practice of helping young people learn. Tune in to these conversations to discover ways to improve your practice, gain insights into the profession, or simply spark your own imagination.
 
Medical practice management, marketing, ancillary and technology trends. The Medical Practice Trends podcast is brought to you by Emedikon, founded by Peter J Polack MD, author of "Navigating the EMR Jungle" and the soon-to-be-released "Ultimate Ophthalmic Marketing Machine" and technology columnist for Ophthalmology Management Magazine.
 
Bossman Fitness Radio hosted by Health and Lifestyle influencer Matt Bouback who features discussions that go beyond conventional thought in health and fitness. The show will feature various leaders in the health and fitness industry that will add value through education and application. Each week we will have different topic things like Nutrition, Sleep, Hormones, Weight Loss, Digestion, Exercise Trends, and much, much more. The goal of the show is to inspire, motivate and educate. Matt Bou ...
 
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We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included April 1-15, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Hardware and Software was again the most observable trend. The Apple product update and release scheduled for April 20 was in the news. Countries ramping up the production of computer chips to [&hellip Ta…
 
About Episode 88: Guest Shannon Riggs joins hosts Tom and Kelvin to discuss her book “Thrive Online” and a key principle that, when pursuing quality, regardless of online, blended, synchronous, or in-person course modality, “it really always comes back to design.” Podcast Recording Download Transcript: [PDF] Episode 88 Show Notes: Episode Synopsis …
 
Transcript Hi. This is Kelvin again popping into your podcast feed in anticipation of TOPcast’s upcoming SEVENTH season. For each of the seven weeks leading up to the first episode of Season 07 we are popping in to draw your attention to the most popular episodes of the preceding six seasons. Now up: Season 05. Currently, the most downloaded episod…
 
Dana talks rugby and netball - including the big news this week with two Pasifika teams, Moana Pasifika and Fijian Drua given the conditional go-ahead for the 2022 Super Rugby season. Also the ANZ Premiership gets underway this weekend, but has Netball NZ done enough to promote it?
 
„Zoom“ nuovargis. Štai toks naujas terminas radosi pastaruoju metu psichologų leksikoje. Anot daugelio Lietuvos mokyklų vadovų, „Zoom“ nuovargiu skundžiasi absoliuti dauguma jų vadovaujamų mokyklų pedagogų. Be to, dėl nuo gruodžio vidurio besitęsiančio karantino ir nuotolinio mokymo padaugėjo perdegimo sindromą patiriančių mokytojų. Direktoriai var…
 
Mike Crosby, the new Director of Marketing for MotoAmerica, shares the latest news of what we can look forward to with the MotoAmerica 2021 season! He also discusses how marketing has evolved in his career, and why he is looking forward to attending all of the events. Follow MotoAmerica on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook! Pit Pass Moto Trivia Quest…
 
Dominic Corry joins Kathryn to talk about The Nevers (Neon/SoHo), a new fantasy drama series set in Victorian London, Mare of Easttown (Neon/SoHo), a new gritty mystery-drama series starring Kate Winslet and Young Rock (Prime), a new comedy series about the young Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
 
The best way to empower young people is to give them tools to manage their own emotions says clinical psychologist Jacqui Maguire. She's written a children's book When the Wind Blew, which introduces a series of home-based, practical psychological tools designed to "turn down the dial on the fight or flight response".…
 
Tech commentator Sarah Putt joins Kathryn to talk about plans by 2degrees to roll out a 5G network, starting in Auckland and Wellington with a plan for 700 sites. Since Myanmar's coup on February 1 there have been prolonged internet outages - but people are finding ways to get around the restrictions. And first there was Siri and Alexa - now more A…
 
Details are emerging of a reported shooting at an Auckland hotel. The police say they were called to an address on Viaduct Harbour Avenue shortly after 9 o'clock this morning. They say there were no reported injuries. Armed police are on the scene. RNZ's Gill Bonnett has the latest.
 
A tree in winter might appear dead, but award-winning author Katherine May points out in her much appreciated book Wintering, in fact it's in bud.Wintering is an exploration of literal and metaphorical winter, the cold fallow time of year, and the dark seasons we all experience in life, where, she says, we can also find light and gain an appreciati…
 
UK correspondent Hugo Gye joins Kathryn to talk about the nine days of mourning the UK is in ahead of the funeral for Prince Philip this weekend. Lockdown has eased and pub gardens and restaurant terraces are open again, and there have been big lines for a haircut. Meanwhile a scandal involving former British Prime Minister David Cameron continues …
 
100 financial organisations including banks, insurers, financial advisers and the non-profit sector have joined a plan to help demystify money and enhance the financial literacy and capability of the public. The National Strategy for Financial Capability is being launched at parliament today. It is led by the Commission for Financial Capability. Ka…
 
The run of low interest rates continues with the Reserve Bank yesterday, as expected, holding the official cash rate at a record low 0.25 percent. The central bank says its bond buying programme - a means of printing money - and its cheap loans to banks will continue unchanged, and it's ready to cut the official cash rate if needed. The Reserve Ban…
 
Young American sailor Elana Connor is circumnavigating the world onboard her 10 metre yacht, raising money for children in foster care. Getting caught up in the initial Covid lockdown here forced a change of plan, and Elana has been sailing around New Zealand raising money for rangatahi in foster care to have the opportunity to go on the Spirit of …
 
It was supposed to be a routine mountain bike outing - but for Andrew Leslie, the day ended up anything but. He was riding Wellington's Makara Peak last year on a trail he'd done before, but failed to navigate a drop off - crashing off his bike and crushing his spine. He was choppered to Burwood Hospital's spinal unit in Christchurch, put in an ind…
 
Australia correspondent Karen Middleton joins Kathryn to talk about troubles with the country's vaccine roll-out, with a second man diagnosed with blood clots and criticism the government do enough early work to secure enough supply. Residents in coastal communities of Western Australia are cleaning up after the weekend's unusual double cyclone sys…
 
19 year old James Zingel has won the Prime Minister's future science prize for his research into whether quantum computing could improve breast cancer diagnosis. His research project, started while still at Bethlehem College in Tauranga, used a breast cancer dataset to compare a classic computer and a quantum computer to see which is better at anal…
 
Low hydro lake levels and soaring wholesale electricity prices are causing some businesses to temporarily shut down operations, and more will follow, according to the Major Electricity Users' Group. Data from energy consultancy firm Energy Link shows wholesale power prices are nearly seven times higher than they were a year ago, at $314.44 per mega…
 
Fitness does not just take place within the four walls of a gym or studio or home, it can happen almost anywhere there is space to move. Brandon Wagner is a personal trainer from Tucson, AZ. Marc Coronel is a personal trainer who lives in Las Vegas, NV. Not only do they make a living by making clients sweaty, but Brandon and Marc are master trainer…
 
Interview with Mel Stone a trader and moderator in the options trading room at BlackBoxStocks.com specializing in Dark Pools. BlackBoxStocks.com is a user-friendly stock, and options tool that provides consumers with institutional-grade analytics, real-time education, and hosts a community of international users who treat trading as a team sport.…
 
Andrew discusses whether new media regulations should broaden regulation over social media platforms and details of how NZ on Air will distribute the allocation of $55 million to help public interest journalism. Andrew Holden is a journalist for more than 30 years including five as Editor of The Press (in Christchurch) and four as Editor-in-Chief o…
 
Visual artist Kate Parker grew up roaming bushland in Kaeo in the Far North. That early introduction to the natural world is reflected in the art she produces. Her latest endeavour is her debut children's book KÅwhai and the Giants, which features her illustrations, using very few colours capturing dark and shade and a golden glow. Running alongsid…
 
Rebecca talks to Kathryn about Air New Zealand's renegotiated government credit facility giving the airline wiggle room to further delay its intended capital raising. And also more debate about a four day working week. Rebecca Stevenson is BusinessDesk's head of news.
 
Ray Berard followed his partner to New Zealand, ending up working first in the horse industry and then at the TAB - supervising fifty gambling outlets. What he witnessed working in the gambling industry provided him for ample inspiration for his novel, Inside the Black Horse, about the armed robbery of a Rotorua tavern and the intersection of the l…
 
Ron talks to Kathryn about President Joe Biden's proposed $1.5 trillion federal spending plan, and there's violence in Minneapolis after a young black man was shot and killed by a police officer - it's the same city where the trial continues for the former police officer charged with killing George Floyd. Ron Elving is Senior Editor and Corresponde…
 
A long standing battle over a marina development on Waiheke island has taken another turn, with work stopped over concerns about the welfare of little blue penguins. Opponents of the 186 berth marina at Putiki Bay, Kennedy Point have been occupying the land and court action over the resource consent granted by the Auckland Council is heading for th…
 
The country's largest insurer is rolling out its own collision repair facilities around the country, but industry leaders warn it will bring reduced consumer choice and poor quality control. IAG, which includes NZI, State, AMI and Lumley, is opening its own panel beating outlets in Christchurch, Wellington and Hamilton, to the one already establish…
 
Kathryn is joined by Bees Up Top co-founder Jessie Baker about a new initiative that's aiming to get the word out about homegrown honey. Bees Up Top sets up beehives around urban Auckland, and it's now partnering with Uber Eats and central city restaurants to get 'Buzz honey' out to their customers.
 
Brigitte Morten and Shane Te Pou talk to Kathryn about the pressure mounting on the Government over the Covid vaccine rollout and the latest border workers infected with the virus. Also the reaction to the suspension of arrivals from India. And what's happening in the City of Sails with Light Rail, business confidence and safety at the Ports of Auc…
 
Napier-based lawyer with a passion for education and an unswerving belief in its capacity to make positive changes in our society Roimata Smail speaks with Kathryn Ryan about her sixteen year career in human rights and public law, specialising in discrimination against MÄori. Alongside the law, Roimata has created some wonderful interactive teachin…
 
Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney joins Kathryn to talk about fears of an escalation in conflict between Russia and Ukraine, major political groups in the European Parliament demanding an explanation for a diplomatic gaffe that left European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen without a seat at official talks with Turkey's President and the…
 
Space Mining specialist, Serkan Saydam believes the red planet could be colonised by 2050. So far only uncrewed spacecraft have landed on surfaces described as dusty and dry. But, decades of exploration has added to the knowledge about Mars - including that at one time there were flowing liquids there forming streams and valleys. Now robotic activi…
 
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