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Education according to many people is going to a university, attending lessons and learning straight from books and teachers and filling in the 'tabula rasa'. While this is true, there are also a lot of alternative ways to educate oneself, one of them being listening to podcasts. Podcasts turn hours of written content into human-read audio, accessible from any place and at any time, while you commute, walk in the park, etc., regardless of Internet access. This catalog is comprised of podcasts published by well-known publishers and speakers whose aim is to broaden one's knowledge of certain topics. The podcasts listed in this catalog tackle different topics from many fields of study, such as business, archaeology, psychology, science, linguistics and much more and share fun facts about them. Also, you can find language learning podcasts that may help you learn Arabic, English, French, Chinese, Spanish and other globally-spoken languages. In addition, there are courses for tech savvy people, with courses about SEO, SMM, Web development being some of them.
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Education聽教育

NER國立教育廣播電臺

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提供教育趨勢、學校資訊及文教新知等,不可不知的教育事! 師培、家長都必須掌握的教育資訊攏底家! 全新第六季-地球學習村 : COVID-19疫情蔓延全球,全球首次發生15億學生的停課潮,顛覆了教育既有的模式,疫情發生以來的2年半,大型開放式線上課程Coursera、edX、Udacity大幅成長,跨國、跨界、跨媒體學習不再是夢想,期待孩子有更好的未來,父母可以跟著一起成長,透過節目讓家長聽見國際教育趨勢與觀察、教育創新轉型方向以及創新的學習模式,讓父母也能跳脫舊思維,協助孩子找到最適合自己的學習方式。 Powered by Firstory Hosting
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Education America Podcast

Education America - Save the Classroom, Save the Country

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We can all agree that a good education benefits students, their family, and society as a whole. Education shapes your child into the person they will become. Join your local hosts Rebekah Hagstrom and Abigail Olson as they explore how to get the best education for your child while ensuring that the values you are teaching at home are being respected. From cursive to curriculum and everything in between. School is now in session!
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Education Eclipse

WSU College of Education

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These are the conversations happening inside education that are going to transform education. Covering all aspects of teaching and learning, educational leadership and psychology, counseling psychology, kinesiology and sport management, it’s Education Eclipse from Washington State University's College of Education.
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Noodle Loaf is an interactive music education podcast for kids that has received the Common Sense Media Selection seal for creating high quality kids content. Episodes contain fun music for kids, movement activities, rhythm games and plenty of learning through play! The show is created by musician, early childhood music educator and best selling children's book author, Dan Saks.
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Education Suspended

Intricate Roots

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Welcome to Education Suspended, a podcast focused on exploring, engaging, and dialoguing with those in education who are passionate about changing the status quo and evolving the archaic system we have inherited.
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Education Research Reading Room

Ollie Lovell: Teacher, author, podcaster, blogger, PhD candidate. @ollie_lovell

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The most in-depth education podcast available. Each episode host Ollie Lovell takes a deep dive into an important area of education with an educational thought leader from around the world, from practicing teachers to university professors and everyone in-between. If you're looking to build deep knowledge about education and how learning happens, this is the podcast for you.
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The Education Innovators Podcast is hosted by Eric Byron. Our purpose is to provide a platform for folks to share their stories of innovation in education. Practical, inspirational tales of things they have tried or are doing that others may be able to learn from. We will not dwell on what is wrong but focus on what is good and improving.
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Casting a critical eye over the world of digital education, education futures and EdTech. Join Neil Selwyn as he talks to experts from around the world committed to new ways of thinking about digital technology and education
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Bringing Education Home

Vibrant Family Education

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Bringing Education Home is hosted by Herb and Kristina, founders of Vibrant Family Education. Each week they interview experts who serve families and discuss topics that help families develop more fully into the family they want to become. For more information visit VibrantFamilyEducation.com or email VibrantFamilyEducation@gmail.com
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Educational Landscapes

Woodruff Health Educators Academy

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Educational Landscapes is a podcast that spotlights educators and education leaders working in various units and levels across the Woodruff Health Sciences Center (WHSC) enterprise at Emory University. In each episode, these individuals share their journeys and advice to aspiring educators and leaders.
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Welcome to Thinking Deeply about Primary Education, the podcast that gives you a peek inside the minds of some truly inspirational primary teachers. Whether you're new to the profession or a school leader with tons of experience this podcast is a must listen. For references, links and extended cut video episodes head over to www.thinkingdeeply.info
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學習沒有相同目的地及方法,這裡藉由兩位媽媽的討論,幫助家長瞭解教育制度的面面觀。 歡迎到我們的粉絲專頁按讚留言分享 FB搜尋:教育快充站 https://www.facebook.com/educationsnacks/?ref=page_internal YouTube搜尋:教育快充站 https://youtube.com/@educationsnacks 如果您對特定話題有興趣,或是任何合作,歡迎來信:edu2021.snacks@gmail.com。 Powered by Firstory Hosting
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Join the PA Education Association’s CEO Dr. Sara Fletcher as she chats with leading experts in PA education, discussing trends, philosophies, programs, and issues directly impacting our profession. This conversational podcast offers a relaxed journey into the professional, and sometimes personal lives of those that focus on PA education.
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Lutheran Education Podcast

Richard Schumacher

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Introducing the Lutheran Education Podcast, brought to you by Lutheran Special Education Ministries. In this podcast we’ll explore trends, issues and events surrounding Lutheran education. In each episode we’ll invite educational experts to shed light on topics that support educators, administrators and staff.
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Career Education Report

Career Education Colleges and Universities ​

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Career education is a vital pipeline to high demand jobs in the workforce. Students from all walks of life benefit from the opportunity to pursue their career education goals and find new employment opportunities. Join Dr. Jason Altmire, President and CEO of Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU), as he discusses the issues and innovations affecting postsecondary career education. Twice monthly, he and his guests discuss politics, business, and current events impacting education a ...
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American Education FM

Dr. Sean M. Brooks, Ph.D.

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Political infiltration, corruption, whistleblowing, crime, history, health, philosophy, experiences and current news within American K12 and university education. https://americaneducationfm.com
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Classical Education

Beautiful Teaching, LLC

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Classical Education is a podcast perfect for learning about the tradition of a liberal arts education. We invite you to join us on a journey in pursuit of the True, the Good, and the Beautiful as we participate in the great conversation and listen to the many voices coming from the world of classical education.
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We are in an exciting time of so much change and growth in education! You could call it an Educational Revolution! We are going to be equipping, disrupting, and reinventing education with our EQUIP 210 Kingdom K-12 Educational Movement. Join us weekly as we interview guests who are making an impact on this mountain of education and who are joining this movement to reinvent education!
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TSBA: Your Education Source Podcast

Tennessee School Boards Association

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Welcome to TSBA: Your Education Source - a podcast produced by the Tennessee School Boards Association. Tune in to hear discussions and interviews about legislation, legal topics, policies, and other happenings that affect public education in Tennessee.
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Chris Malabver is a Corporate Banking Professional with more than 14 years of experience focused on Debt Solutions and Treasury Management through application of solid Risk Assessment principles and techniques using extensive product knowledge, diverse execution strategies and structuring approaches. In this episode, host Alex Gramatzki asks Chris …
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A hybrid lab functions in the space between institutions and infrastructure, creating new opportunities for understanding their interconnection. However, their legitimacy remains fuzzy without formal and methodological critique. The Lab Book: Situated Practices in Media Studies (U of Minnesota Press, 2021) proposes the "extended lab model" to descr…
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Sports and Alternative Education Contrary to popular belief, students in Alternative Education programs/schools have the potential to excel in school sports. However, this potential often goes untapped due to the lack of sports facilities and coaching staff unless they are part of a school or district that values their participation. Whether or not…
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這期商業週刊(1900期)封面故事的瘋狂私校潮,商業週刊深入採訪北中南學校校長、老師及家長,了解目前公立學校所面臨的問題,從整個教育環境面、政府法規等等,探討為何家長紛紛選擇擠入明星私校的窄門,也了解到現今公立學校經營及老師所面對的困境。 留言告訴我你對這一集的想法: https://open.firstory.me/user/ckmbltvmmbn4q0915kxllf3bj/comments [收聽連結] https://open.firstory.me/user/edu2021/platforms [音樂來源] Creative Commons Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com Music by Audionautix.com [照片來源] …
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In two previous highly regarded books on the U.S. Senate, Ira Shapiro chronicled the institution from its apogee in the 1970s through its decline in the decades since. Now, Shapiro turns his gaze to how the Senate responded to the challenges posed by the Trump administration and its prospects under President Biden. The Founding Fathers gave the US …
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Is K12 education the secret to a brighter future? Join Mitchell Rivers as he unlocks the inspiring story of Dr. Joseph Williams III, educator, entrepreneur, and podcast host, on The Career Education Learning Center Podcast. ➤ Dr. Williams, a champion for the unexpected, will reveal: ✅ His surprising journey into K12 education and why he considers i…
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Episode 172: This week on Thinking Deeply about Primary Education, I'm joined by Shannen Doherty and Neil Almond for a round of unseen questions from listeners with huge connotations for our practice in the primary classroom. As part of the chat we discuss... Subject knowledge professional development - the how, the what, the WHEN!?!? NPQs and Mast…
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This podcast will discuss Approach to Childhood Dyslipidemia – CPS Podcast. The podcast was created by Katherine Tom, a final year medical student at McMaster University in Hamilton. This podcast was created under the supervision of clinical practice update author, Dr. Peter Wong, a community pediatric cardiologist and Associate Professor in the De…
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Episode 69 - Patrice Porter: Cultivating Resilient Families Through Gardening Patrice Porter Patrice Porter, also known as the Gardening Grandma, is a master cultivator who nurtures the timeless art of gardening while sowing the seeds of survival skills in future generations. With her expertise, she not only teaches the art of growing fresh and nou…
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I describe some of the latest reoccurring psy-ops that take place and how they alone are suspicions, but also how we can recognize them when they happen and waht they really mean; I cover school board news from around the country; GLSEN "pride" day is Friday so pull your children out now and forever; and I read about the absence of a pandemic yet F…
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In today's episode I talk about my upcoming wedding and what planning and prepping for it has taught me about student-centered practices. Stay Connected & Informed: Join Our Community: Don’t miss out on the wealth of resources, insights, and exclusive content in our newsletter. Sign up here to stay at the forefront of student-centered educational p…
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Today’s sponsor of the Top 10 SSRI Drug Interactions podcast is FreedAI. Freed listens, transcribes, and writes medical documentation for you. In this podcast episode, I discuss how to navigate SSRI drug interactions and identify some of the most common medications that have additive serotonergic activity. SSRIs have antiplatelet activity. I discus…
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A new MP3 sermon from Christian Family Reformation is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Episode 20: How to Educate Your Children … Differently Subtitle: Family Discipleship Podcast Speaker: Christian Horstmann Broadcaster: Christian Family Reformation Event: Podcast Date: 4/11/2024 Length: 39 min.…
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Bringing into dialogue the fields of social history, Andean ethnography, and postcolonial theory, The Lettered Indian: Race, Nation, and Indigenous Education in Twentieth-Century Bolivia (Duke University Press, 2024) by Dr. Brooke Larson maps the moral dilemmas and political stakes involved in the protracted struggle over Indian literacy and school…
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Drew Perkins talks with Bill Coplin about his new book, The Path to Equity: Inclusion in the Kingdom of Liberal Arts, which calls for a shift in liberal arts education to a more practical and less academic approach. Click To View Links & Resources Mentioned In This EpisodeKirjoittanut ThoughtStretchers Education
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Bulimia Nervosa explained, including differences between Bulimia and Anorexia, as well as Bulimia symptoms. Also includes Bulimia Nervosa diagnostic criteria and treatment. Consider subscribing on YouTube (if you found any of the info useful!): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRks8wB6vgz0E7buP0L_5RQ?sub_confirmation=1 Patreon: https://www.patreon.…
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Paul Darvasi, PhD, is a game developer, educator, speaker, and writer who works at the intersection of games, culture, and learning. He is the CEO and co-founder of Gold Bug Interactive, the Executive Director of the Serious Play Conference, and is a founding member of the PlayLab at the University of Toronto, where he lectures on social media and …
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Despite effective computer tutoring software, no adaptive tutoring system has been developed and open-sourced to the field. In this program, Zachary Pardos, Associate Professor of Education at UC Berkeley, talks about efforts to create more equitable access to adaptive learning technology with the introduction of the first open-source adaptive tuto…
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New Education Excellence host Michael Levin-Epstein chats with LeeAnn Kittle, Executive Director of Sustainability for Denver Public Schools. Together, they discuss LeeAnn’s path to her current role, how she is driving innovation in sustainability at DPS, contributors—and barriers—to success in climate action in the district, how other districts ca…
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Kyle Chuhran is the Elementary Education Coordinator at Concordia University Ann Arbor and Act Money Coaching. In this podcast we talk finances and help our teachers better use their God-given resources. He loves teaching and helps students become teachers and ultimately get placed in their student teaching positions. Seeing his students grow acade…
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Pro gold stock investor David Erfle says that big money momentum traders are pushing gold higher in this MSE episode. David also discusses how to manage a junior gold stock portfolio in a bull market.David Erfle is a self-taught mining sector investor. He stumbled upon the mining space in 2003 as he was looking to invest into a growing sector of th…
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Seeking a way to build capacity for education abroad? Look no further than this episode, focused on the IDEAS Program’s goals to diversify expand and broaden study abroad through the administration of small grants and the implementation of capacity building initiatives for the U.S. higher education community. Join host Zac Macinnes and Rachel Rice,…
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Nach 2022 und 2023 hat der Education NewsCast auch in diesem Jahr das Corporate Learning Camp – CLC24 – mit einem Podcast-Tisch in Hamburg begleitet. Das Camp war wieder in hybrider Form ausgerichtet, allerdings nur am Standort Hamburg. Unser Podcast-Tisch stand wieder bereit, um einzelne Sessions zu besprechen oder sich einfach zum Podcast Thema z…
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On this episode we’re joined by members of the inaugural North Carolina Flight Crew and Program Manager Wayne Capps. The Flight Crew is a program organized by the NC Center for Afterschool Programs connecting girls from across North Carolina who share a passion for STEM. We’re also joined by education tech consultant Adam Garry and DPI Chief Inform…
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In today’s episode, the TSBA Staff Attorneys are back and answering the most asked legal questions received from board members across the state. This version of “Ask the Attorney” focuses solely on questions regarding the law around board policy. Questions from “what is the function of the policy committee” to “how can a board member propose a poli…
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New Episode! New Book! Singing! Storytelling! Songwriting! Exclamation Points!!! This surprise episode drop is in celebration of Dan's new book, We Share This Earth. It's a rhyming book with beautiful illustrations featuring specific places around the globe and the people who live there. ✪ We begin with the Echo Song We Share This Earth that uses t…
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Guests Rhonda Bedee is an instructor endorsed by SWR author Wanda Sanseri for Spell to Write and Read seminars. My specialty is finding solutions for individual spelling needs via spelling coaching, Mom & Dad encouragement, accountability, and assessments. Experience comes from four decades of home education, public schools, private classical acade…
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Regents Professor Karen Harris shares insights from over 50 years of writing instruction and refining the Self Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD) method of teaching writing. Host Ollie Lovell applies what he's learnt from reading Karen's book to share a demo lesson of teaching using the SRSD approach, and Karen provides valuable feedback! Full s…
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Johanna Thomas Zapata is AWESOME. She has a smile that lights up the room. And, she’s a dynamite individual who previously won the College of Education’s Three Minute Thesis. She’s a Fulbright scholar from Honduras, and pretty soon, she won’t be a doctoral student because she’ll be a doctor and will leave WSU and embark on her career. We chat with …
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On this episode, we were joined by Dan Walter, Commander at the Ames Police Department. We had an amazing conversation about our new anonymous reporting tool called P3 Campus, including how the system works collaboratively between the District and Ames PD, and the benefits of having such a system in place.…
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Author Dr. Nate Klemp shares insights on the challenges posed by modern distractions and polarization with host Jason Altmire. In his book, "Open: Living with an Expansive Mind in a Distracted World," Dr. Klemp offers strategies for cultivating a more open and mindful approach to life. He also explores the impact of technology on our attention and …
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In this episode, I will be talking with Dr. Rob Covell who is Provost at Wagner University, a prolific author, and founder of The K-5 Refuge School of Arts and Innovation about the impact that we can make on education for Christ and how we got to the humanistic place we are in today and how we are transforming it. Be encouraged and listen in to the…
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In this mixed-methods study, @DrNariell, Machado and Blackburn explore UK BAME medical students- perspectives on the barriers and facilitators they experience during their training. #MedEd #MedTwitter Read the accompanying article here: https://doi.org/10.1111/medu.15246Kirjoittanut Medical Education
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Faith Boninger talks about how digital technologies are increasingly implicated in the commercialism of education. We talk about Faith’s involvement in the long-running NEPC reports on virtual high schools, the NEPC’s fight against personalised learning systems, and why tech companies have an insatiable urge to ‘fix’ education. Accompanying link >>…
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In this episode we have two important professors, Nina Papathanasopoulou and Sandro Esteves, engaged in a chat on Greek mythology and Andrology as an introduction to the upcoming Continuing Medical Education programme “Introducing the Aphrodite criteria for male infertility diagnosis, prognosis and management” which will take place on April 19, 202…
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Judith and Chris discussed the issue of success and how we measure it. We talked about the problems with the terms and approaches we use here and how we are often trapped by a framework of our own making. We talked about time and partnerships. How long it takes to set them up; how long they take to actually take; how long we should stay in them bef…
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In the first episode of our third season, Dr. Saashya Rodrigo, Principal Researcher from the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), joins Dr. Balfanz to discuss the work NCLD is doing to ensure that students with disabilities feel a strong sense of agency, belonging, and connectedness and receive the support they need. She explains NCLD’…
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In this episode, host Dr. Sara Fletcher, CEO of the PA Education Association, chats with Dr. Laura Gonzalez, vice president of healthcare innovation at Sentinel U. Together, they delve into the advantages of simulation in healthcare education and its role in effectively preparing learners for clinical practice. Discover key considerations for plann…
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In this episode we connect with Christine Corr Kiewra, an assistant professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Christine reflects on lessons learned from her 20 years of experience in early childhood education and how that impacts the way she now supports adult learners. She dives into the importance of wandering and its connection to creatin…
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Climate change is one of the greatest global public health threats of this century. This is an enormous issue that directly affects the field of surgery and disproportionately impacts our most vulnerable patient populations. As surgeon educators, we have the unique opportunity to lead sustainability efforts both in and out of the operating room. In…
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