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The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria is an interview-based show that features conversations with innovative scientists and practitioners in the field of Behavior Analysis. The podcast covers topics such as Autism, Functional Behavioral Assessment, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Functional Communication Training, Verbal Behavior, and more!
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We are on a mission to find the latest ideas, techniques and technologies, in Risk Operations, from companies all around the world. We bring them and the people behind them to you, all to help discover new ideas, spark new thinking and help... at work, as a leader, an employee, in business, at the office or at home.
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On the road training schools in Trust-Based Observations trainings, we periodically see absolute teaching brilliance during our 20-minute observations. It dawned on us that we have an obligation to share this brilliance with all teachers so they can learn and grow from one another. Each episode is an interview with one of these teachers where we explore their strengths as they share their tips and tricks. Tips and tricks that definitely lead to improved teaching and learning.
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At ’Observations from the Road Less Traveled,’ our mission is to provide a fresh and insightful perspective on the world around us. Through engaging discussions on current events, unexplained phenomena, and thoughtful reviews of media and news, we navigate the uncharted territories of information. Our goal is to offer a unique lens through which we share our opinions, fostering a space for critical thinking and open dialogue. We believe in the power of curiosity and exploration, encouraging ...
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A gay, millennial from Chicago presents theories & rantings on pop culture as well as great dating advice and opinions on hood shxt. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kenya-jaye/support
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Co host of Jefferson Liberty Radio (www.jeffersonlibertyradio.com) full share partner at Forgotten Liberty Media, general conservative commentator, race car owner driver, commercial driver, and patriot MY VIEWS ARE MY OWN AND DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE VEIWS OR OPINIONS OF JEFFERSON LIBERTY RADIO OR FORGOTTEN LIBERTY MEDIA OR ANY ASSOCIATES THEREIN
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General, social commentary including sports, life, music, politics and nonsense from a less than average person who knows almost nothing. Call in and leave a complaint about anything and everything: 617-657-4736. New episodes every Wednesday...usually. #TellYourFriends Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Did you rate and review Behavioral Observations on Apple Podcasts? You rated and reviewed Behavioral Observations on Apple Podcasts, right? John Borrero told me that you rated and reviewed Behavioral Observations on Apple Podcasts. Is that true? Did you rate and review Behavioral Observations on Apple Podcasts? Again, did you rate and review Behavi…
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This podcast features a deep dive into the innovative teaching methods implemented by second-grade teacher Summer Miller in Yakima, Washington. Summer shares her journey into teaching, her transition from kindergarten to second grade, and how trust and student engagement are at the core of her teaching philosophy. The conversation highlights the us…
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David Ferrier, journalist and documentary filmmaker, shares insights about his life and career, including behind the scenes events while discussing his films "Tickled" and "Mister Organ" as well as his Netflix series, "Dark Tourist." He also talks about Webworm, his email newsletter and the community around it. Topics range from the importance of s…
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Fred Stacey, CEO of Cloud Tech Gurus, discussed the dynamic evolution of technology in contact centers, focusing on the shift towards cloud computing and artificial intelligence (AI). He emphasises the broader implications of these technological advances on business operations, workforce dynamics, and economic strategies in a rapidly changing globa…
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El Análisis de Conducta en Venezuela: Un legado finalmente reconocido con Corina Jimenez-Gomez, Mirari Elcoro y Amalix Flores No una, ni dos, sino 3 venezolanas rindiendo tributo al legado de Venezolanos en nuestra ciencia del análisis de conducta. Un legado del cual (siendo Venezolano) desconocía y que gracias a ellas tengo ahora el privilegio y o…
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What happens when your fairy tale story turns into a nightmare? Rebecca Craig talks about this very thing - how she, a female pastor, survived a relationship with a narcissistic, abusive man who had perfected gaslighting, lying, and manipulation. Her vulnerability and honesty make this a gripping true life tale as described in her upcoming book rel…
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This episode features Liz Smith, a fifth-grade teacher at Robertson Elementary School, and focuses on trust-based observations and strategies for effective teaching. Liz, with a decade of experience, emphasizes the importance of caring for students, understanding their individual needs, and the critical nature of work-life balance in teaching. The …
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In this episode, Craig Randall interviews Malik Bryant, a dedicated educator at Martin Luther School, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania. Malik shares his personal journey from pursuing a business degree to finding his calling in teaching, driven by his innate desire to help others. His story unfolds from his initial job roles to his impactful position…
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Dr. Pat Friman returns to discuss the Behavior Analytic approaches he uses with patients. In this episode, we harken way back to Session 16, and review some of what we know about Anxiety and Depression, which are the most common forms of mental health distress. Pat talks about how he conceptualizes these challenges, what he does in the first sessio…
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David Marr discusses the evolving role of artificial intelligence (AI), particularly large language models, in society and industry. This interview highlights AI's transition from a niche interest to a pervasive topic, exploring its impact on jobs and societal changes, the waning novelty, and the shift towards finding substantial, impactful applica…
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Dave Canfield, a former member of Jesus People USA, shares his journey from being a holiday Catholic to joining the Christian counterculture community. He discusses the vibrant music scene, the impact of Christian rock and roll, and his involvement in promoting concerts and working backstage. Dave also talks about his experience with Mike Warnke, a…
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In this episode Craig interviews Claire Littell, an English literature teacher at a Catholic high school in Ocala, Florida. Claire shares her unexpected journey into teaching, highlighting the critical role of mentorship and the importance of forming authentic, trust-based relationships with students. Despite initial challenges, including adapting …
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Entrevistas Motivacionales con la Dra. Monica Gilbert Aunque la entrevista motivacional nació del contexto psicoterapéutico y de rehabilitación en relación a dependencias y abuso de sustancias, hoy en día se utiliza como un estilo de comunicación para establecer relaciones terapéuticas y profesionales en varios contextos con un espíritu de colabora…
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Dr. Bill Heward was gracious enough to return to the podcast in Session 260. In this episode, we talked about a handful of different topics, including how to respond to criticisms of reinforcement practices, and the international dissemination of the excellent book, Let's Make a Contract, which he coauthored with Dr. Jill Dardig. However, we spent …
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In this episode, Craig Randall interviews Stephanie Guy, an elementary teacher at Sacred Heart Catholic School in Boise, Idaho. Stefanie shares her journey from a career in fashion to becoming an educator, now in her ninth year. She discusses the positive impact of her customer service experience at Nordstrom on her teaching approach, emphasizing t…
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In this episode, Craig Randall hosts Jasmine Hanson, a dedicated educator with extensive experience in teaching, mentoring, and coaching from Lathrop, Missouri. Jasmine shares her journey through various educational roles, highlighting her transition from teaching elementary to middle school science, and her focus on classroom management and studen…
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Kevin Prone from FourNet, together with Kevin Still, discusses the escalating threats in cybersecurity, highlighting the rapid advancement and sophistication of cyber-attacks, especially in light of recent events like the COVID-19 pandemic which accelerated digital transformation. They discuss the challenges of ensuring digital security in this fas…
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If you're a student, supervisor, or university instructor, this is an episode for you. In Session 259, I speak with Dana Meller and Dr. Steve Eversole, of Pass The Big ABA Exam and Behavior Development Solutions, respectively. In this conversation, they reflect on what they've learned about helping thousands of people pass the BCBA exam over many y…
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Fostering Lifelong Learners with Rachel Solis In this edition of '20 minutes of teaching brilliance on the road with trust-based observations', the host Craig interviews Rachel Solis, a dedicated sixth-grade reading and writing teacher from Trinity School of Midland, Texas, about her teaching journey and methods. Rachel shares her experiences teach…
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In this episode, I dive into fundamentalism and fear-based Christianity. This includes a revisit of the Satanic Panic of the 70s and 80s, Jack Chick, and movies like The Burning Hell and A Thief in the Night. What's it like to grow up in a church that uses the fear of Hell to convert lost souls? How does it impact people later in adulthood and what…
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In this episode, Craig Randall interviews Doris Cerda, a second-year Pre-K teacher specializing in working with children on the autism spectrum. Doris shares her journey from initially enlisting as a pre-nursing major to discovering her passion for teaching at the Boys and Girls Club, leading to her current role. Teaching in a high-need, Title I sc…
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The episode covers a discussion between Craig Randall and Tiffany Goettle, a seasoned educator with a passion for teaching math, particularly to second graders. Tiffany shares her journey through various grades and schools, emphasizing her love for making math engaging and accessible for her students. The conversation delves into specific teaching …
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In this conversation with Andrew Duncan, CEO of SOAR, a platform supporting credit unions and CDFIs, we discuss insights into the evolving landscape of credit unions in the wake of the cost of living crisis and technological advancements. Andrew highlights the shift in borrowing purposes towards essential needs, the challenge of technology adoption…
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Dr. Alycia Halladay joins we to discuss the topic of Profound Autism. If you're not familiar with Alycia's work, she is the Chief Science Officer for The Autism Science Foundation, and host of the excellent show, The ASF Weekly Science Podcast. In this episode, we discuss the changes in Autism diagnosis from the DSM IV to V, the Lancet Commission p…
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