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The goal of University Social Pro is to bring you inspiring and illuminating conversations with social media and digital marketing professionals working in higher education around the United States and the world. Every other week, we deconstruct cases and examples of marketing tactics used to serve students, faculty and staff, with the aim of providing practical and actionable insights to those just starting out in social media and digital marketing.
If you're a future focused Higher Education Professional, a University Executive, or an Entrepreneurial Educator committed to the long haul of Higher Education, then this show is for you! Join your host Tony D'Angelo, the founder of Collegiate Empowerment, as he and his guests help you increase your professional Clarity, Confidence, Capability and Commitment, so you can Help College Students Get What They Truly Want & Need for success in the 21st Century.
At the heart of higher education debate.
A place where we share ideas and strategies with instructors who teach students in nontraditional higher education.
A Student Loan Podcast Talking About Money, Debt, Education And Careers
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Kelly Field, The Chronicle’s chief Washington reporter, and Sara Hebel, its political editor, spend a minute (or so) discussing the key debates and behind-the-scenes maneuvering taking place in the nation's capital.
The Edtech Podcast gets behind the personalities in global education innovation & edtech. Join 1000+ listeners each week, from 69 countries, to hear from educators across early years, schools, higher and further education, plus investors, startups, bluechips, Government and students. Insights from interviews, events, and LIVE podcasts.
The Teach Better Podcast is a series of conversations with teachers about teaching. We talk mostly with faculty in higher education, but will occasionally talk with other teachers too. Your hosts are Doug McKee and Edward O’Neill.
Higher Ed Live offers viewers direct access to the best & brightest minds in education and allows viewers to share knowledge and participate in discussions around the industry's most important issues.
This is a podcast about education and my attempt to use classroom 2.0 tools in my classroom. I examine topics that often go unmentioned in education classes, professional development, and journals. In this crazy world of NCLB and amazing technologies entering the classroom, this podcast is a reminder that we need to first give children our love, not our thoughts. If you are focused on getting your kids to get higher test scores and learn facts, this is not the podcast for you. If you are focused on building relationships with your students and letting them develop the skills needed to survive in the 21st Century, then take a listen. My Blog and wiki http://www.blogush.edublogs.org http://www.edhead.wikispaces.com http://www.morecowbell.wikispaces.com Class wiki and Blog www.collaborationnation.wikispaces.com www.pbogush.edublogs.org The following story captures the spirit of my podcast. I awoke early, as I often did, just before sunrise to walk by the ocean's edge and greet the new day. As I moved through the misty dawn, I focused on a faint, far away motion. I saw a youth, bending and reaching and flailing arms, dancing on the beach, no doubt in celebration of the perfect day soon to begin. As I approached, I sadly realized that the youth was not dancing to the bay, but rather bending to sift through the debris left by the night's tide, stopping now and then to pick up a starfish and then standing, to heave it back into the sea. I asked the youth the purpose of the effort. "The tide has washed the starfish onto the beach and they cannot return to the sea by themselves," the youth replied. "When the sun rises, they will die, unless I throw them back to the sea." As the youth explained, I surveyed the vast expanse of beach, stretching in both directions beyond my sight. Starfish littered the shore in numbers beyond calculation. The hopelessness of the youth's plan became clear to me and I countered, "But there are more starfish on this beach than you can ever save before the sun is up. Surely you cannot expect to make a difference." The youth paused briefly to consider my words, bent to pick up a starfish and threw it as far as possible. Turning to me he simply said, "I made a difference to that one." I left the boy and went home, deep in thought of what the boy had said. I returned to the beach and spent the rest of the day helping the boy throw starfish in to the sea. ...based on the story by Loren Eisley _uacct = "UA-2329378-1"; urchinTracker();
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