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In "The Curious & Embattled Life of Charles Kenyatta," historian and biographer, Louis A. DeCaro, Jr., narrates the story of his association and friendship with Charles (37X) Kenyatta, a follower of Malcolm X and prominent personality in Harlem from the 1960s until his death in 2005. Reminiscing about his decade-long association with this controversial Harlem personality, Lou weaves Kenyatta's own story into the narrative, revealing the life and struggles of an unlikely Harlem leader, a man ...
 
A new format starting in September 2020! Starting on episode 102, the Life Of The School podcast is a panel of 4 biology teachers (Aaron Mathieu, Lee Ferguson, Tanea Hibler, and Ryan Lacson) discussing various issues that they are facing in our classroom. The first 100 episodes of the podcast were in an interview format where Aaron interviewed different life science teachers and talk about his or her path to the classroom, work in the classroom, and hopes and dreams for the future.
 
CatharSIS is a podcast about the meaning of life, created by Michal and Maayan as a way to honor the life of their dad, an Oncologist/Hematologist who would often ask his patients, family, friends, even strangers: “What’s the meaning of life?” It’s a relatable podcast where two sisters, both Associate Marriage and Family Therapists, interview different people about the meaning of life, existentialism, friendship, relationships, love, death, grief, and nostalgia. If you want to learn more abo ...
 
Victoria Shaffer, aspiring actress, babysitter extraordinaire and animal enthusiast is on her own for the first time in New York City. A student in college, Victoria lives with her two dogs, Rue and Echo. Tails of the City will follow Victoria as she interviews New Yorkers, asking them for advice on how they do it-- caring for their dogs, juggling home life with a career, all the while managing to survive in the world's most hectic city.
 
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We Introduced ourselves with the Question: What is one frivolous piece of media (book, tv, movie, music) you are looking forward to enjoying this summer?How is your professional life going to change in the upcoming school year(s)?Bold goal setting time: What is one aspect of your teaching you want to improve?What should the Life of the school podca…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy Question: If you could interview one famous person, living or dead, who would it be? Do you have any memories of what it was like to be a guest on the episode?Do you have a favorite memory or “A Ha!” moment from the past year?We play a trivia game: Name that LOTS episode! (apologies to the 50+ Guests not menti…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy: What's your current cellphone wallpaper/lockscreen?Tanea: Me at 16. Boy do I miss the 16 year old me (well the body, not the brain and confidence, etc.)Lee: It’s an old picture of the wall from our former teacher workroom. The girl who ran the copier there had decorated it with movie quotes from a bunch of di…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Question: What was the worst job you've ever had?Lee: probably telemarketer was my least favorite. It was my first job, and I was in high school. I had to try and sell these cheesy plaques to parents that congratulated their kid for graduating high school. I did at least learn to handle rejection so maybe it wasn’t …
 
In the seventh episode, young Charles faces the ongoing racist abuses of prison authorities and then "escapes" as a parolee to the military, where he finds an even more outrageous experience of racism. Struggling against a system where even black officers are subordinated to white inferiors, Charles pushes back and pays dearly for it. And, in a twi…
 
In the last and eighth episode, it's Lou who drops the ball, and in the business of life, he neglects Kenyatta over in Harlem, whose health has gone into decline. After making an unconventional visit to Kenyatta, and despite his evident decline, distractions and demands prevail and Lou all but abandons his friend. By the time Lou and Michele move i…
 
In the sixth episode we continue to follow young Charles Morris's dreadful experiences in the flourishing racist prison system in North Carolina of the late 1930s. Fast forwarding the story, we see Kenyatta's emerging role as a community reformer in the late 1960s and early '70s, and Lou's reflections on Kenyatta in the 1990s, when his community po…
 
In the fifth episode, Kenyatta shifts from being a "bombastic, machete-waving extremist to a streetwise community leader" with connections to people in high places. Allied with Barry Gotteherer, "the mayor's man" among other people, Kenyatta continues to be a controversial figure in Harlem, but now because he is distrusted by many community activis…
 
In the fourth episode, we learn how Kenyatta had become a major annoyance to the New York Office of the FBI, which saw him as a provocative and disturbing public figure in the later 1960s. With Malcolm gone, Kenyatta turns to supporting Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., the Harlem Congressman and Pastor of the Abyssinian Baptist Church, who is facing his o…
 
In the third episode, Lou talks about becoming closer to Kenyatta, who begins to share his story, beginning with a childhood traumatized by racism and violence in the South, and its ramifications in later life. Lou also discusses Kenyatta's first independent efforts as a stepladder speaker in Harlem--an "inflammatory" career that brought him into c…
 
In the second episode, Lou recalls how he and Kenyatta began their association, in a somewhat uneasy fashion, since Kenyatta wanted him to become his writer. As it turned out, Kenyatta had a history of using writers to advance his message in Harlem for decades, often publishing pieces in Harlem's New York Amsterdam News. At first, involvement with …
 
In the first episode, Lou reflects upon his first interview with Kenyatta, looking back at the difficult days of 1964-65, when Malcolm X was ousted from the Nation of Islam. Malcolm finds himself in conflict with his former brethren over possession of his house in Queens, resulting in Malcolm exposing Elijah Muhammad's sexual abuses of young women …
 
In this introduction, Lou recalls briefly how he began his passionate study of Malcolm X, and how this path led him to Charles Kenyatta in Harlem, the aged follower and associate of Malcolm, who was known as "37X" in his Nation of Islam days--and whom Malcolm simply called "37." In "The Curious & Embattled Life of Charles Kenyatta," historian and b…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy Question: What is one activity that you can get completely lost in and spend hours doing without realizing it?We then Discuss the following questions:- Is “engagement” something you actively consider when lesson planning?- How do you differentiate “busy work” from engagement?- Over the past few years, some edu…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy Question: Do you have a favorite PD Icebreaker (or are all icebreakers evil...I think this is a perfectly reasonable stance)We also discuss the following questions:- How do you normally approach finding PD opportunities? - What is a typical summer like for you in terms of PD, Planning, and Personal time?- Summ…
 
This episode is a presentation I made with Paul Strode at the 2020 NABT Conference. You can follow Paul on twitter @pkstrode.Some useful resources from this talk include:Kohn, A. (2012). The case against grades. The Education Digest, 77(5), 8.Strode, Paul K. (2020). My Classes are Pointless. Mr. Dr. Science Teacher blog, https://mrdrscienceteacher.…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy Question: If you could live somewhere else in the world for a year, where would it be?Tanea - Shenzhen! That’s where I’m moving, but I considered Vietnam, Spain, and Rwanda too.Lee: absent the cold, I’d love to live in New York City for a year. There is something so invigorating about being in the city that I …
 
We Introduced ourselves w/ the Question: Would you rather live where it only snows or the temperature never falls below 100 degrees?Ryan: where the temp never falls below 100. I have island genes and can’t stand the cold.Lee: definitely where the temp never falls below 100 since I break out into hives when I’m exposed to cold for any length of time…
 
We Introduced ourselves using this goofy Question: What is the best anagram of your name? https://wordsmith.org/anagram/Aaron: A Humane Ratio or Tea Mania HourRyan: Can Snarl Yo… I guess that means I’m prone to angerTanea: They all sucked - I’ll say Neaat with 2 a’s (how about Blithe Arena or Lair Beneath)Lee: Generous Elf, Refuge en SolWhat is the…
 
We Introduced ourselves with our goofy question: You have your own late night talk show, who would you want to be your band leader?Tanea: Nyaze - my musical buddy from collegeRyan: Hands down, Tim Blais from A Capella Science. He is a musical genius.Lee: real talk, I’d want Ryan Reardon to be my bandleader.Aaron: Jazz Saxaphonist Grace KellyDefine …
 
We introduce ourselves by honoring and acknowledging the native lands where we are recording from.Aaron is broadcasting from the land of the Nipmuc NationRyan lives on lands shared by the Kickapoo and Osage tribes Tanea - Hohokam, Akimel O’odham (Upper Pima), O’odhamLee lives where oddly, no Native tribes occupied the land but where many of them pa…
 
Dr. Patricia Wynn-Jones is an anesthesiologist and pain management specialist, with a focus on energy medicine and epigenetic based pain management practice. She worked very closely with our late father, a Hematologist-Oncologist. Dr. Wynn-Jones helps us understand what exactly is energy medicine and epigenetics, both of which have been around for …
 
- We Introduced ourselves (Aaron Introduces the show, then Tanea, Ryan, Lee) Order will be Aaron, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.- What is your go to winter holiday movie (or other media, tv show, song, etc)?Tanea: I just watched Jingle Jangle and it was gr…
 
You wouldn't know it just by looking at Dr. Jaffe today, but he was once convicted and sentenced to 1 year in jail for using, buying and selling hard drugs. After getting out of jail, it was impossible to find anyone who'd accept him for a job. For many in the US, this situation leads people back to crime and in jail again, and so the cycle repeats…
 
Sydney Estrada and Lauren Thomas, both Associate Marriage and Family Therapists, share how their experiences with racism, colorism, and racial trauma led to pursuing careers in therapy. The discrepancies amongst the Black community within the education system, due to colorism, empowered Lauren to prioritize her practice for uplifting Black women of…
 
Has your grading philosophy changed during a pandemic?Our Panel this week is Aaron Mathieu from Massachusetts, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, Joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.Opening Question: What is your favorite type of pie? Is it different for different holidays?How have you adjusted y…
 
For most of us, death is a topic that was typically avoided in our households growing up. So, when a friend loses a loved one, it's difficult to know how to respond, especially if we've never experienced deep loss ourselves. You don't know what to say, and don't want to say the wrong thing, so you say nothing. For those grieving, it can then feel l…
 
More often than not, it's best to just keep things simple. Dr. Rafael Reisfeld, MD and Dr. Gabriel V. Rubanenko, MD, have known our dad for over 35 years, working together in the medical field and sharing a bond of being Israeli Americans. Throughout those 35 years, our dad would continue to ask them the question, "What is the meaning of life?" Our…
 
"You could have everyone love you, but if you don't love yourself, you'll never be happy." These were the words Justine heard while in rehab after an alcohol addiction relapse. It was after hearing these words that Justine realized she couldn't keep doing things, like quitting drinking, just to please others...she actually had to want them for hers…
 
Our Panel this week is Aaron Mathieu from Massachussets, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, Joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.Opening Question: Does pineapple belong on pizza? We also discuss: - Has your grading philosophy changed during your career? - What’s your general grading philosophy (as…
 
You may be stuck, but you're not broken. This is what Justin Sunseri, LMFT and host of the podcast Stuck, Not Broken, wants you to know. He doesn't subscribe to the narrative that you are broken and need healing, but rather, your body is in a defensive autonomic state: flight, fight, shut down or freeze. Better known as the "fight or flight" respon…
 
When couples say their vows at the altar, "through sickness and in health," you never really imagine that the sickness would come so soon. Married couple Aron and Merhawit were caught completely off guard when Merhawit was given a cancer diagnosis while she was pregnant, and while Aron was in medical school. Despite the heart-breaking, earth-shatte…
 
In this episode, I chatted with NABT Executive Director Jaclyn Reeves-Pepin and several teachers who will be presenting at the 2020 NABT Virtual Conference. My conversations are with Jon Darkow from Seneca East High School in Attica, Ohio, Paul Strode from Fairview High School in Boulder, Colorado and Tanea Hibler from Brophy College Preparatory in…
 
In early January of 2018, Blaze Bernstein was only 19 years old when he was murdered in a hate crime. We had the privilege and honor of meeting and conversing with his mother, Jeanne Pepper Bernstein. She shares with us powerful messages about persevering in times of such despair, while emphasizing the power of hope. Jeanne is an attorney, writer, …
 
Kola Adetu is brain health advocate. He's one of those rare people with the "gift of the gab", so we cannot really fit him into a box title. His inspiration, passion and study extends from Neuroscience of Attachment science, Quantum Mechanics, Astrophysics and Astrobiology. He's a Corporate Brain Health Facilitator/Consultant. In all, he is passion…
 
In the final episode of the series, Mehreen Baig hears outrageous stories of teachers having sex in classrooms, taking drugs in the staff toilets and engaging in other forms of illicit behavior in schools. What happens when a teacher’s dating profile is discovered by the students? Is it ever right for a teacher to have a relationship with a student…
 
Life Of The School Episode 105: How do you run a lab during a pandemic?Our Panel this week is Aaron Mathieu from Massachussets, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, Joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.We started by asking: Which would you rather be: a pill bug or a Wisconsin Fast Plant?We celebrate…
 
Genesis takes Michal and Maayan on a journey in their conversation about hitting rock bottom, awakenings, living with uncertainty, and how to honor our grief and despair. When Genesis was 20 years old in the middle of her junior year at university, she found herself in jail, thousands of dollars in debt, no job to pay back the debt, all while tryin…
 
Join us as we have a raw and vulnerable interview with Ms. Wendei Melnick Smith, an international speaker and educator, who is also a licensed esthetician and product formulator. She shares with us her journey being diagnosed with PANS (pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome), Lyme disease, and got personal with us about her life's history…
 
Host Mehreen Baig is joined in the secret staffroom by three teachers to talk about coming face to face with sweary dads and badly behaved mums and breaking the news to them that their precious child may not be the angel they believe them to be. Would you want your parents’ evening to be conducted via Zoom? Are they still an essential part of the t…
 
What is our greater purpose here on Earth? Are you hungry for spiritual nourishment? Many of us in today's modern society are hungry for spiritual nourishment. We may be brought up to believe that our value is based on how much we can produce for the least amount of money, leaving us to put our basic human needs of relationships, physical and menta…
 
Welcome to the very first episode of a new podcast, CatharSIS, a show about the meaning of life. Meet the creators of the show, Michal and Maayan, two sisters and professionals in the field of Marriage and Family Therapy, and learn why they decided to start this podcast. They discuss how the recent passing of their father, an Oncologist/Hematologis…
 
Host Mehreen Baig is joined in her virtual staffroom by three teachers to discuss field trips, residentials visits and the joys - and horrors - of school trips. What are the benefits of taking students out of the classroom? How do teachers ensure everyone stays safe and well? And will these excursions become a thing of the past in the age of Covid-…
 
- Our panel this week is Aaron Mathieu from Massachussets, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, Joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.- Our silly questions of the episode is: who would win in a fight: honey badger or Plasmodium or a plasmodium slime mold?- Lee shared that her go to labs are the potat…
 
Host Mehreen Baig is joined in the virtual staffroom by three teachers and hears their stories of bad behaviour in the classroom and how they manage it. From their worst experiences to the heartbreaking decisions they have had to make on the grounds of safety of other students. Mehreen asks: what is failing? Is it the education system or the home e…
 
Welcome to CatharSIS, a podcast about the Meaning of Life. We are two sisters, Michal and Maayan, who are both Associate Marriage and Family Therapists. We created this podcast in honor of our Dad, who was an Oncologist/Hematologist. He loved to ask everyone: “What is the meaning of life?” In other words, what brings your life meaning? What are con…
 
Host Mehreen Baig is joined in the virtual staffroom by three UK teachers to discuss the increase in mental health issues among students. She asks whether it's a recent development or if the problem has been present for years without much public acknowledgement. Are we likely to see an increase in cases as students process the events of the pandemi…
 
This is the second episode of the podcast as a panel of discussion with Aaron Mathieu, Lee Ferguson, Tanea Hibler, and Ryan Lacson.Show Notes:- We discussed how the office is going to change as a result of the pandemic.- Ryan pointed out the issue of rural internet access.- While not getting bogged down in a conversation about politics, we discusse…
 
Host Mehreen Baig is joined in the virtual staffroom by three UK teachers as they discuss the return to school after lockdown. As traditional concerns of children not having the correct equipment for lessons are replaced by fears of children sharing equipment, just how are our teachers managing the adjustment period for both the students and themse…
 
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