Drew and Audrey share their childhoods with each other.
Each week host Heather Bernt-Santy and a member of the ECE Nerd Collective share and discuss a quote with a focus on effecting change in the early learning world.
A celebration of growing up in Britain in the 1970's and the huge part TV played in our lives.You can comment on episodes, suggest subjects for future podcasts and, of course, share your memories with us on our blog www.my70sTVchildhood.com
How does childhood trauma affect our mental health? In these real, raw and honest conversations we are sharing our stories of what happened to us growing up, the effect of childhood trauma in adults and how we can we can heal childhood trauma. There is so much courage, wisdom and beauty in every story of childhood trauma. Whatever you are going through in your life right now, you will find many stories to help you along on your journey. Be a part of this important conversation and join our h ...
A sometimes nostalgic, sometimes cynical look back at pop culture. Join us as we revisit movies, cartoons, and live-action TV of the 80s and 90s, and ask the question, ”Does this hold up? Or did I just ruin my childhood?”
This podcast arms mothers with mindset techniques to help them navigate their child's cancer journey. With an emphasis on curiosity and compassion, Dr. Samara Potter coaches mothers out of overwhelm and into quiet confidence. Dr. Potter is a practicing pediatric oncologist and certified life coach.
The conversations in this podcast will explore current and relevant topics in early childhood education. Together we will reflect on pedagogy, mentorship, early childhood development and professional learning.
Childhood Chatcast with The Dude, is a playful and lighthearted look back at the childhoods of Children’s MN employees. From our favorite toys to our first concert, from a trip to the hospital to what kind of students we were, Star Studio’s The Dude, and co-host Jake, take these grown-ups on a time traveling trip to yesteryear. One thing is always certain, we were all kids once. Music Provided by ScoreKeepers.
How do we navigate childhood in a century that we have never experienced ever before? How do we parent children, when they are managing obstacles we do not even understand? Gritty Growing Up focuses on those topics and conversations that you know you need to have, but sometimes do not know where to start. From mental health to exams, consent to social behaviours, grab a cup of tea and let's talk mental health together.
I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street, and writing a review and summary, so you don't have to read them yourself. I’m Amy A. Cowan and this is Rereading My Childhood - The Podcast. Join me as I read about surprisingly organized middle school clubs, pranks that end in murder, and goo. Lots and lots of goo. New episodes every other Thursday.
Hello educators, are you feeling burnt out and frustrated with the early childhood profession? Maybe you’re losing your passion and drive for the field. Do you want to continue to give quality programming and care within your program? How about finding the time and space for professional development and growth? If these questions speak to you, then The Inspiring Early Childhood Educator podcast is for you! In this podcast, you will find actionable tips for running and managing a successful c ...
All things children.
A boomer dad and his millenial child compare and contrast childhood experience stories in order to better understand what is really different between generations.
What was your childhood like?
Childhood Cancer Talk Radio promotes Awareness of this very real and prevalent affliction, providing a forum for conversation and advocacy in a growing community of affected families, de-mystification of the experience with personal stories, information and resources. Let us be your voice. We aim to help people connect and support one another, and be a voice for prioritizing our children in cancer research.
Childhood Rewind is a nostalgic journey as Josh, J, and Dio discuss the films and tv shows that made their childhoods great.
Welcome to the Walking Miracles Family Foundation Podcast
i’m forcing my cousin to talk with me.
This is Your Bad Childhood, a podcast where we look at nostalgia items under a modern lens and find out if they're any good or not, and find out if they hold up.
Can children learn by playing? Of course they can! Listen in on this podcast brought to you by Kide Science to hear from some of the world's leading experts on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) and Early Childhood Education! Kide Science is research backed, and we are developed by teachers, for teachers.
A story of a kid who felt he had no one and was getting bullied but defended himself in a game of go fish
An insight into living as a survivor of Childhood Emotional Neglect
Early Childhood perspectives is a fortnightly podcast devoted to exploring the often overlooked concepts and issues of the Australian Early Years Sector.
Are you an immigrant mom who uprooted herself from her home country in hopes of a better future in a new country? Are you trying to be a parent your parents couldn’t be, but feel overwhelmed and lonely in your motherhood journey? Are you struggling with anger, anxiety, indecision, depression and possibly with various health conditions that are affecting your marriage, relationships and parenting? You are not alone! We are not our struggles and we are not our traumas!A podcast host, who is al ...
Helping young children grow!
Childhood obesity prevention Cover art photo provided by Nahil Naseer on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@nahilnaseer
In this first episode host and storyteller Ruth Humphreys shares some ideas on how to reconnect back with your playful inner child through story and music.
Mike and Kat watch cherished childhood TV shows and movies. They find out if watching these cherished titles ruin their childhood. Are some things better left in the past? Find out on Ruin My Childhood.
Chit-Chats with Offspring Education's Founder Lara Jennings about all things Early Learning and Childcare
Podcast by Nora Scally
childhood cancer research Cover art photo provided by Ben White on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@benwhitephotography
Welcome to the Duane Fornshell childhood cancer podcast, where amazing things happen.and the child who has cancer tells the story
Emotional abuse survivors guess at what normal is, doubt themselves, fear change, and feel stuck mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Here we get to heal it all.
Listen up, and listen in, this is about our children! Learn something today on the TeacherTalk segment of Ask Ivy. A special guest and I explore the importance on early childhood education and share some tips as to how you can better prepare your child to be successful in school.
Behind the scenes of the convos of Early Childhood Educators & Advocates Podcast while highlighting AZ Early Ed!
This book contains verse for young and old. It is full of fantastic stories, breathtaking images, and brilliant rhymes. Including classics from "The Duel" to "The Delectable Ballad of Walter Lot," the author, a devout Christian, keeps his religious overtones to a minimum. When listening, please keep in mind that the text was originally written in the 1800s. -- Summary by Squid Varilekova
This podcast is here for you; to help you become better informed about child development, preschool, parenting, teaching, and anything else that will improve the day to day lives of children. So if you are a parent, a teacher, or anyone else who cares for children, you are in the right place!
In each episode, I recount a period of my life, mostly memories with a bit of reflection sprinkled in. I’m just trying to document what life was like during these years, so I’ll have things to laugh at when I’m old. Cover art photo provided by Fabrizio Conti on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@staticlaw
This podcast is about you getting to know me and me talking about how my childhood affects my day to day life
In this educational podcast, the hosts bring excitement, inspiration, and enthusiasm to the field of early childhood education and childcare services.
A nostalgic weekly podcast where a married couple rewatches and reviews our favorite 90's and 2000's movies to decide if they hold up to our adult standards. New episodes now every Tuesday.
...the challenge of raising children in the 21st century.
THE VIBRANT SURVIVOR -How to Identify a Narcissist, Narcissistic Abuse, Toxic Relationships, Childhood Trauma Healing
Disconnect and heal after narcissistic abuse. Do you want to disconnect from narcissistic or toxic relationships? Are you feeling stressed and lonely in dysfunctional family and work environments, or social groups? Are you ready to heal after narcissistic abuse? In this podcast, you’ll find holistically healing solutions to set you free from narcissistically abusive relationships, trauma-related health issues, and the enabling of toxic behavior. My mission is to help you heal after narcissis ...
Rewind Your Childhood is a podcast where Tim and Matt hit the rewind button and watch the movies they loved as kids. Watch along with them and hear their thoughts on what you see on the screen!
Childhood (Детство [Detstvo]; 1852) is the first novel in Leo Tolstoy’s autobiographical trilogy. They are the works that launched his writing career. These books earned him instant acclaim. This book describes the major physiological decisions of boyhood that all boys experience.
But Still, She Thrives - Narcissistic Abuse, Toxic People, Grey Rock Method, Healthy Relationships, Childhood Abuse, Trauma Healing
Find Peace and Freedom after Narcissistic Abuse Are you feeling lost after breaking free from a toxic situation? Are you afraid you will get sucked back in, whether it is with the same narcissist or a new one? Are you ready to finally live in peace? In this podcast, you will find healing methods and coping solutions to set you free from narcissistic abuse and its effects. My mission is to equip you to become strong and free through confidence building, proven healing methods and finding peac ...
This podcast aims to share conversations with people of all ages and backgrounds what it means to be a 'child' and an 'adult' and whether 'growing up' even exists.
Reagan, a mother and educator, hosts the Magic of Childhood podcast, which explores the magical moments that happen in kids' lives and how to reframe the tough and embarassing moments of parenting through the lens of brain science, self-knowledge, and growth.She uses stories from her own life as a parent and educator to bring light to every moment and celebrate life's messy glory.
We discuss simple and practical methods of "getting back to neutral" when you are spinning out in scanxiety. All opinions are my own and not that of my employer. None of the information within this podcast should be construed as medical advice. For medical advice, consult your physician. Check out www.motheringthrough.com for more info about mindse…
Have you noticed that everyone is becoming more irritable? That children are struggling more than ever? That services cannot meet demand for mental health support? Explore with us, as we look at one reason why Subscribe to our free articles and activities at: https://dandeliontraininganddevelopment.com/articles-resources/ Learn more by completing o…
THE VIBRANT SURVIVOR -How to Identify a Narcissist, Narcissistic Abuse, Toxic Relationships, Childhood Trauma Healing
Hey, Survivor! In today's show, I break down some communication that I received after going no contact with a grandiose female narcissist, who I was acquainted with for several years. In addition, I highlight 12 key elements of this communication that helped to validate my experience. This illustrates the insidious aspect of narcissistic abuse that…
It's our first episode in Season 4 of the podcast dedicated to celebrating life as a child in 1970's Britain and the central pa that television played in our lives then. Our host Oliver shares his memories of learning what a threepenny bit equated to in terms of sweets and how decimalisation in 1971 brought us "New Pence" and his Granny's ready rec…
The week's book review and summary features Ann M. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club #18: Stacey's Mistake, in which Kristy is hilarious, Mary Anne returns from a ho-down, and I write a sitcom episode. I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street, and writing a summar…
In this episode of the Inspiring ECE Podcast, we dive into the topic of report card writing for early childhood educators. We understand how overwhelming and stressful this process can be, but our goal is to make it a celebratory experience for both the teacher and the student. We offer tips and strategies for reflecting on documentation, emphasizi…
Welcome back to Season 2 of Stop Ruining My Childhood! The Princess Bride began as a satirical novel by William Goldman in the mid 1980s. In 1987, it was made into a film with a script written by Goldman and directed by Rob Reiner. The movie had a 16 million dollar budget and brought in about 30 million in revenue, but soon found a huge audience in…
Richard Cohen and Mike Huber lead the discussion regarding curiosity and humility around the idea of cultural diversity. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with the coupon code NERD. Like the show? Consider supporting our work by becoming a Patron, shopping our Amazon Lin…
Why do we play small? Go to HEAL my new mental health and healing blog via this link howmyparentsraisedme.com for 21 Ways To Spot A Narcissist and the 20 Books you must read To Heal From Childhood Trauma. Shorina was only 14 when she left home to move in with her 18 year old boyfriend. This older boy was highly manipulative. He isolated Shorina and…
But Still, She Thrives - Narcissistic Abuse, Toxic People, Grey Rock Method, Healthy Relationships, Childhood Abuse Trauma
Hey Queens! Did Bob the abuser have a tough childhood? WELL, maybe...but so did a lot of people. They aren't all out there abusing others. There is no excuse for people treating you like crap. Period. Let's go ahead and look at some of the top excuses we make for toxic people and debunk those excuses. I am Christy Jade, adoring wife, adoptive mama …
In this episode, "A Conversation About Reading To And With Children", you will hear Kim Burns from ASCY, share her favourite 10 tips for reading to and with young children.저자 Affiliated Services For Children and Youth
In this episode, I invite you to slow down and connect with natural cycles of winter season. The episode goes then to explain how trauma affected our brain size and our nervous system. As childhood trauma survivors, we need to understand the difference between sympathetic and parasympathetic systems of our brains, so we can begin noticing where we …
Drew and his six-year-old daughter Audrey share their childhoods with each other.저자 Drew
In this episode, we're joined by Leigh Austin, the Director of Exceptional Learning in Orange County, Florida. We discuss assessments for students across the learning spectrum, how teachers and educators can make career jumps, and so much more. Enjoy! ___ Join our Facebook community for free resources and like-minded, early STEAM parents and educat…
In this episode of the chatcast, The Dude and Hillery share snowstorm stories, and their love for the 80's boy band, New Edition.저자 Hillery Shay