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An overview of surgical topics aimed at medical students coming to their clinical surgery rotations, as well as refreshers for early career medical doctors working in surgical departments. These podcasts provide core knowledge of topics, providing a platform to commence deeper learning.
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Tribe | Cornerstone Students

Cornerstone Students - Marion, IL

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Subscribe to get the Tribe Messages, Tribe Moments, and random chats from our Tribe! Tribe is the student ministry of Cornerstone Church in Southern Illinois. Want to contact us? Shoot us an email at students@cornerstone.team or a text 'Tribe' to 94000. Learn more by visiting: TribeStudents.com
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Teachers and students, got something to say? Put on your headphones and get ready to hit record! The folks behind NPR's Student Podcast Challenge made this handy guide on how to make a podcast in the classroom. We'll talk about how to gather good sound, ask great questions and conduct smart interviews. Plus, we'll hear from the contest's judges, last year's winners and feature some pretty inspiring stories of students and teachers. It's everything you need to make an amazing podcast!
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The Tales of Osteopathy Students

The Tales of Osteopathy Students

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Two students talk about their journey to becoming Osteopaths along with interviews, medical stories and useful clinical tips including anatomy, physiology and pathology. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Interviews with Osteopathic physicians on how their trials and tribulations got them to where they are! Geared towards osteopathic students but also for all healthcare students, pre-medical students, practicing physicians as well as anyone else interested in medicine. Team: Hadia Tariq, Akito Nicol, Marichelle Pita, Thomas Jasionowski
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An L&D podcast with Senior Instructional Designer Jeremy Brown & Senior Project Manager Sarah Meyer. To put it simply: we are terrible students. That doesn't mean that we aren't paying attention, that we don’t understand the course content, or that we can’t pass whatever assessment is at the end. It means that if we’re in a class, we’re probably evaluating the course itself more than listening. We are listening to speech patterns, evaluating how the course is put together, and if the flow is ...
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To be a Christian is to be a student. The word “disciple” means “student”, and before he ascended to Heaven, Jesus’s final command to his students was that they should go into all the world and teach, making more students (Matthew 28:19-20). As Christians in the modern world, our calling is still to be students of Jesus and to help each other in fellowship as we learn about Him and from Him. We are to be Students of the Word, studying the Bible, the written word of God, as we walk as the dis ...
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Helping you get the most out of your Pilates classes! If you love Pilates, or are just curious about it, this podcast is for you! I'm Olivia, and every week I'll will be diving into the who, what, where, when, and why of Pilates in an engaging and enthusiastic way for new and experienced Pilates students alike. Let's learn something new!
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The Smart Social Team teaches parents, educators, and students how to stay safe on social media so they can Shine Online. We show you how to audit your Google results and use your social media accounts as a portfolio of positive accomplishments. We keep it tactical and practical with tips you can use to better understand how to navigate the digital world as a parent, student, and educator. Learn more at SmartSocial.com
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Becoming Doctors Abroad by Medlink Students

Becoming Doctors Abroad Podcast - By Medlink Students

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Here is your chance to hear from Medical Students, Professors, Doctors, Dentists and more all about studying Medicine and Dentistry abroad, particularly through English Taught Programmes in Europe. Most students struggle to get accepted into medical university. We are doctors who help you secure entry into top accredited European universities, so you can study medicine safely abroad, then successfully return back home to work as a doctor. Learn more: https://www.medlinkstudents.com/
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Are you a K-8 ELA teacher wondering how to get your students to write? This podcast is for teachers looking for a way to revamp and transform their writing time! You don't need daily lesson plans or prompts-you just need to understand what writers need! In this inspiring podcast, you will hear about the struggles, pitfalls, practices, and joy of teaching writing in a student-centered (workshop) model. Melissa guides you through the journey away from a more traditional, product-based writing ...
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Discover the secrets to college transition, disability accommodations, and academic success for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and mental health conditions. Join Dan Jordan, a current therapist at a university and former accessibility coordinator for over a decade, as he provides weekly insider tips and insights to improve your student’s self-advocacy, academic achievement, and personal wellness. Get the essential information you need to navigate the college journey from start to ...
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подкаст о людях , которые решили отучиться за границей будучи взрослыми, при наличии постоянной работы, семьи и детей. Так же те кто решился поменять что-то в жизни и начал учебу в новой сфере.
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This channel is about gaining and exploring self knowledge, studying oneself like students so that we can live a more empowered life that is in line with who we are as individuals, and makes powerful realistic changes.
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STEPPING INTO SPECIAL EDUCATION, Special Education, SPED, Special Ed, Students with Disabilities, Classroom Management

Michelle Vazquez, M.A.Ed., Special Education Teacher, Special Ed Teacher, IEP Writer, Special Education Teacher Coach

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Confused with how to write IEPs (Individualized Education Plans)? Not sure how to keep track of all the data? Tired of searching for the right behavior strategies to manage your special ed. classroom? In this podcast, you will find methods to create IEP goals that students can reach, a system to collect data with your team, & know which behavior strategies will work best for your classroom. My mission is to help new sped teachers write IEPs with confidence, share ideas for classroom manageme ...
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Celtic Students Podcast

Association of Celtic Students

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In this podcast, we talk about lots of different aspects of Celtic Studies, and about the Celtic languages and cultures. Our different guests discuss their interests, passions and projects in English, Irish, Gaelic, Manx, Welsh, Cornish, or Breton. We hope you enjoy! You can contact us & learn more on Twitter (@CelticStudents) & Facebook. We also have a blog that you can visit at celticstudents.blogspot.com For information on our annual conference, follow us on our social media platforms. Fi ...
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Being prepared and preparing your student for college are shared goals. The better they are prepared, the less regret you have and possibly less stress. How do you get your senior with a hidden disability prepared to make the shift to college? For students with ADHD, learning disabilities, dyslexia, and mental health conditions, there is a lot more…
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In today’s we present our first in a series of myths and misconceptions episode about Osteopathic Medicine. There are many online comments and on blogs commenting on the reason why, over the past ten years, so many Osteopathic Schools have opened. Most of the reasoning and presented is unfounded and just plain untrue. After Dr. Storch was asked on …
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Hey Sped Teacher, Are you struggling with behavior strategies for your students with special needs? Have you tried everything you can think of and aren’t sure what to try next? When we are struggling with behavior issues, it can feel like we have to find a solution on our own. But that is absolutely not the truth! We do not need to figure it out al…
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Do you give enough time to new practices in writing instruction? Or perhaps you throw in the towel as soon as things don't go as planned? I have definitely been guilty of "poo pooing" a new strategy or technique when it doesn't magically fix everything right away. But the truth is, everything takes time! Plus, sometimes a small adjustment is all it…
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To view the full BAND App Guide for Parents: https://smartsocial.com/post/band-app To become a guest on the SmartSocial.com Podcast: https://smartsocial.com/contact To learn more about the SmartSocial.com Teen Life Coach program, visit our website and book a consultation: https://smartsocial.com/coaching#register Join our next live event: https://s…
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It's been a hot minute but we are back after an intensive few months. We are so excited to be back and have a lot to share about our final year as students. We've got some life updates for you and with only a few weeks before we officially qualify, we chat about our final clinical assessments and our experience of working in some of the specialist …
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In this episode we brought Ahli Moore back to discuss the resurgence of DEI in the news. There have been numerous academic institutions and companies that are moving away from DEI initiatives, and we wanted to talk thought the reasoning behind this shift and discuss why DEI is still integral to running a successful business.…
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At various points, your students will face temptation. The temptation to take the easy way out. The temptation to self-destruct. The temptation to prioritize what they want at the moment at the cost of what they know to be truly best. And what is it that makes temptation so tricky, anyway? How is it possible that we know something is bad for us and…
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ROC Students is the student ministry of River Oak Church. At River Oak Church, we are a welcoming family of imperfect people who share a passion for God, a passion for others, and a passion for graciously sharing the good news of Jesus Christ. We enjoy an informal environment and Christ-exalting modern worship, and we are committed to following the…
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This episode is a deep dive into all things footwork. Curious about the why behind the what of one the most common reformer Pilates exercises? Learn what muscles are working, different ways to perform the exercise, and why it's a great addition to any Pilates program when you tune in! I want to hear from you! Share your thoughts and follow the podc…
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On today’s episode, we interview Dr. Angela Franklin who is the President and CEO of Des Moines University. Des Moines University Medical and Health Sciences Division is home of the second osteopathic school to open up in the United States and the 15th largest medical school in the country. The dean, Angela Franklin, is a licensed clinical psycholo…
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Today's episode is short but powerful! Hear about the D.O. or DO not road trip to OMED in Orlando! We had the chance to spend time with the AOA and interview Osteopathic Medical Students from around the country! Their excitement is infectious! A special thanks to OnLineMedEd for allowing us to use their booth to conduct our interviews. For those of…
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There's a lot with college transition. As a parent who's done this twice already, I can tell you that there are always things you wish you did or said differently. Yep, I've been on a college campus for a minute for sure, but that does not mean I did everything right. I made mistakes. Not happy about it, but I get to pass on my experiences and less…
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Hey Special Education Teacher, We made it to the end of another school year! But before we head into summer and start enjoying our time off, I’m taking some time to look back and reflect on this school year. I have found that taking this time to reflect has really helped me to grow in my career. One thing I love to do at the end of the school year …
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Guide your teen from high school to college with these 10 episodes. I have 10 of the most important podcast episodes all to help you and your student. It's a list of the college transition essential informaiton. For students with hidden disabilities, it can be a game changer. I can guarantee this information was not in your IEP or 504 plan or trans…
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To become a guest on the SmartSocial.com Podcast: https://smartsocial.com/contact To learn more about the SmartSocial.com Teen Life Coach program, visit our website and book a consultation: https://smartsocial.com/coaching#register Join our next live event: https://smartsocial.com/#live-events Join our free newsletter for parents and educators: htt…
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To become a guest on the SmartSocial.com Podcast: https://smartsocial.com/contact To learn more about the SmartSocial.com Teen Life Coach program, visit our website and book a consultation: https://smartsocial.com/coaching#register Join our next live event: https://smartsocial.com/#live-events Join our free newsletter for parents and educators: htt…
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In today’s episode we will share with you an amazing rural family practice physician who represents the pinnacle of what all Osteopathic Physicians should strive to be. Dr. Mylhan Myers was born in southern Missouri in an “Osteopathic Family” with multiple members who attended A.T. Still University in Kirksville. Not surprisingly, with this backgro…
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You won't want to miss the second part of my interview with these two fabulous educators! We continue our discussion on the topics of: Handling the "expectations" of teaching writing: -considering each writer's "default" -letting go in order to prevent holding writers back -creating school-based progressions -focusing on growth Editing in a new lig…
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Hey Special Ed Teacher, You know that having students in the least restrictive environment is the law but have you found yourself wondering what it really means? If you’re like me, you probably learned about LRE in college but by the time you were in the classroom, you found it hard to remember all the details of the continuum of services. In today…
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To learn more about the SmartSocial.com Teen Life Coach program, visit our website and book a consultation: https://smartsocial.com/coaching#register Join our next live event: https://smartsocial.com/#live-events Join our free newsletter for parents and educators: https://smartsocial.com/newsletter/ Register for a free online Parent Night to learn …
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To view the full TeamSnap resource: https://smartsocial.com/post/teamsnap-app To learn more about the SmartSocial.com Teen Life Coach program, visit our website and book a consultation: https://smartsocial.com/coaching#register Join our next live event: https://smartsocial.com/#live-events Join our free newsletter for parents and educators: https:/…
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Dad's you have a special role to play in your student's college journey and self-advocacy. It's unlike any other role because your connection to your student is uniqe and special. What you bring to the plate is needed for your student's college success and a better college transition. Student's with disabilites like ADHD, learning disabilities, and…
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In this episode, you will hear from two literacy experts who have worked with a number of districts to support them in best practices in reading and writing. Coley Conter and Katy Wischow are a pleasure to speak with and I you will gain so much from hearing what they share with us! Our discussion begins with Katy and Coley's favorite part about tea…
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Hey Sped Teacher, Have you found yourself scrambling at the end of summer to get everything ready for the new school year? Are you ready to get a head start on the next school year so you don’t end up stressed again? We are all looking forward to resting and relaxing this summer! We definitely deserve it! But I’ve learned my lesson about waiting un…
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ROC Students is the student ministry of River Oak Church. At River Oak Church, we are a welcoming family of imperfect people who share a passion for God, a passion for others, and a passion for graciously sharing the good news of Jesus Christ. We enjoy an informal environment and Christ-exalting modern worship, and we are committed to following the…
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May is all about getting ready before graduation. Today is about the three things you and your student need to do before they graduate. For students with hidden disabilities like ADHD, learning disabilities, and mental helath conditions, there's a bit more to do before college starts. What are those three things and how do they help with college tr…
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"Imagine how much more efficient your life could be if you knew exactly the fastest way to stir your coffee?" Robert Lakatosh, a sophomore at Tennessee Tech University, admits in his podcast that his discovery may not change lives. Yet, in his dynamic, humorous entry – a finalist in NPR's College Podcast Challenge – he goes all out, and takes his c…
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This moving podcast – a finalist in NPR's College Podcast Challenge – is a love letter of sorts, from big sister to little sister. Trinity Chase Hunt, a junior at the University of Delaware, shares phone calls and reads out loud letters she's written to her sister, Jewel, who recently moved away to join the U.S. Army. In Dear Little Sister, Trinity…
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Grand Prize winner of the 2023 NPR College Podcast Challenge In The Monsters We Create, Michael Vargas Arango, a student at Miami Dade College, describes what it's like to live with schizoaffective disorder. Using his own voice, interviews, and layers of sound design, Michael peels away the myths and stereotypes around his rare mental health condit…
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To view the full resource: https://smartsocial.com/post/screen-time-tips-better-sleep To learn more about the SmartSocial.com Teen Life Coach program, visit our website and book a consultation: https://smartsocial.com/coaching#register Join our next live event: https://smartsocial.com/#live-events Join our free newsletter for parents and educators:…
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What does writing time FEEL like in your classroom? Is that feeling something your students need in order to enjoy and engage in writing? Writing instruction needs to be explicit and effective, but in order for our students to WANT to write, writing time needs to be enjoyable, collaborative and engaging! If you want to see a classroom full of stude…
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This week’s episode features two 4th year medical students Madison Salvitti and Ethan Kremer who will share with us their medical experience doing Osteopathic Research in Europe. The trip was facilitated by Dr. Jordan Keys, the Director of the Osteopathic Manipulation Center at NYIT-COM (episode 106). Madison and Ethan flew to Italy and spent 3 wee…
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Hey Special Education Teacher, Are you looking to find a better work and home life balance? Are you convinced that staying late and taking work home is just the way it is for teachers? I spent several years staying after school for hours. I had no idea how to turn off work mode and felt like I had to do all the things! A few years down the road, I …
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At various points, your students will face temptation. The temptation to take the easy way out. The temptation to self-destruct. The temptation to prioritize what they want at the moment at the cost of what they know to be truly best. And what is it that makes temptation so tricky, anyway? How is it possible that we know something is bad for us and…
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Becoming Doctors Abroad Podcast - Episode 6 Medlink Students⁠ interviewed student Jonathan, a medical student at ⁠University Of Mostar. He talks about his experience and describes what it's like to study at the university. https://www.medlinkstudents.com/universities/university-of-mostar-medicine/
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Getting prepared for college is a huge task. Theres's not just the parctical stuff like bedding, snacks, food, mini-fridge etc. There is also the adult topics to discuss. As a parent of a college student, these topics are critical to have. Why? No regrets. None at all. Even if something happens, which I pray it doesn't, at least you know, as a pare…
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To learn more about the SmartSocial.com Teen Life Coach program, visit our website and book a consultation: https://smartsocial.com/coaching#register Join our next live event: https://smartsocial.com/#live-events Join our free newsletter for parents and educators: https://smartsocial.com/newsletter/ Register for a free online Parent Night to learn …
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To access the full Fizz App Guide: https://smartsocial.com/post/fizz-app To learn more about the SmartSocial.com Teen Life Coach program, visit our website and book a consultation with Lisa: https://smartsocial.com/coaching#register Join our next live event: https://smartsocial.com/#live-events Join our free newsletter for parents and educators: ht…
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In a previous episode (#57) I spoke about the "composing" aspect of writing instruction. It is vital to understand that our young writers need to learn how to compose! Oftentimes, because the conventions are what stands out to us when we read a student's writing piece, they become our focus, and lessons and discussion on the composition portion of …
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Hey Sped Teacher, Curious about what a veteran special education teacher wishes she knew before beginning her special education teaching journey? Do you wish you had insider knowledge before beginning your own journey as a special ed teacher? I’m sure I am not alone when I say that after getting some experience as a new special education teacher, I…
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To learn more about the SmartSocial.com Teen Life Coach program, visit our website and book a consultation with Lisa: https://smartsocial.com/coaching#register Join our next live event: https://smartsocial.com/#live-events Join our free newsletter for parents and educators: https://smartsocial.com/newsletter/ Register for a free online Parent Night…
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