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EDHeads E8: Investigating race relationships in public schools w/ Evan Hunt

The Good Talk Network

Release Date: 03/22/2020

Myth America: COINTELPRO & Government Spying show art Myth America: COINTELPRO & Government Spying

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An American history podcast exploring the myths that have shaped our culture & identity. Barbarians at the Gates! From the Red Scare and the Hollywood 10, government spying, and COINTELPRO. The American way of life has always had it's 'bad guy.' 

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the Good Talk: DJ & Traveler Josh Tetzloff show art the Good Talk: DJ & Traveler Josh Tetzloff

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Josh Tetzloff is one of the most laid back and friendly guests I've ever had on the show. He discovered DJing in Minneapolis, that pursuit led him to Panama, where his dreams of performing began to unfold. Work, beach parties, music, discovery, late nights, and he even shares the story of a sacred journey....

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EDHeads S3E5: Teaching the Holidays w/ star Professor Kathy Hintz show art EDHeads S3E5: Teaching the Holidays w/ star Professor Kathy Hintz

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Kathy is a full-professor at Minot State. she earned a B.A. in Political Science at Carleton College, her M.A.T. in Social Studies at Brown University, and her Ph.D., Teaching and Learning with emphasis on Teacher Education at UND. Kathy Hintz teaches core courses for undergraduate and graduate students in teacher education and courses in elementary and secondary social science methods.

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EDHeads S3E4: the life of a Substitute show art EDHeads S3E4: the life of a Substitute

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Public Education cannot function without substitute teachers, but are they given fair treatment from the system, students, and colleagues? Our special guest is long time substitute teacher Mrs. Kae Ankenbauer

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EDHeads S3E1: the American Association for Teachers & Curric. Awards show art EDHeads S3E1: the American Association for Teachers & Curric. Awards

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In the sizzling hot debut of season 3, EDHeads co-hosts Dan Conn & Chelsie Hultz proudly present the American Association for Teachers & Curriculum Awards. A phenomenal representation of educators making a difference in our country today. 

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BULLYING show art BULLYING

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Tina DeGree is Principal and Director of Education at Dakota Memorial School. Most kids will, at some point in their lives, be witness to or part of bullying. How do we talk to our kids and students about bullying and how has the act of bullying changed over the years? 

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Myth America E7: Alice Paul & Women's Suffrage show art Myth America E7: Alice Paul & Women's Suffrage

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In this incredibly relevant reflection on American history we take a look at Alice Paul, women's suffrage, and the fight for a right to vote. Did you know the women's rights/suffrage movement started before the Civil War began? It was, unfortunately derailed, only to be revived years later by Alice Paul(among others). 

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the Good Talk: the most important 5 years in music history show art the Good Talk: the most important 5 years in music history

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What is the best, most important, diverse, and relevant 5 year period in the history of music? Hear 4 uniquely different perspectives covering different cycles of music history. Special guests include Dr. Erik Anderson, James Ziegler, and Dr. ShaunAnne Tangney. 

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EDHeads S3E2: Down Syndrome Awareness w/ Kevin Burckhard show art EDHeads S3E2: Down Syndrome Awareness w/ Kevin Burckhard

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An enriching episode of EDHeads with Kevin Burckhard, a parent - both natural and adopted - to several children with down syndrome. Stories from the classroom, teaching to students with down syndrome, and resources for those who want to learn more. 

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the Good Talk with Dr. Emerson Eads show art the Good Talk with Dr. Emerson Eads

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Emerson Eads is from Fairbanks, Alaska. He studied composition with Adlai Burman and John Luther Adams. He studied choral conducting at the University of Notre Dame with Carmen-Helena Téllez, obtaining his Doctorate in Musical Arts in May, 2018. He is currently Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities at Minot State University. As a composer and conductor, Emerson has devoted himself to music of social concern

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Race Relationships in schools. Evaluating suspension and discipline rates in the system. Are students of color disproportionately punished in schools? What is the school to prison pipeline? What is symbolic violence? Featuring special guest Evan Hunt