top of page

Professional Group

Public·38 members
Luke Gulyaev
Luke Gulyaev

EP 19 POD


Welcome to the Brighter Thinking Pod from Cambridge University Press - Education. We provide a place where international education enthusiasts from all backgrounds can come together to discuss the challenges faced by teachers in a modern classroom and discover new teaching ideas.




EP 19 POD



Our host this week is our digital maestro, David Hickinson. Hisguests are John Pinkney, who is a learning advisor at RaisingRobots and also a certified LEGO Education trainer. And StuartSwann, former ICT Lead and a now consultant and LEGO EducationAcademy Trainer.


Welcome to the Brighter Thinking Pod from Cambridge University Press - Education. We provide a place where international education enthusiasts from all backgrounds can come together to discuss the challenges faced by teachers in a modern classroom and discover new teaching ideas. Our panels consist of teachers, authors, key subject figures and more, and we also celebrate the very best of teaching with our Teacher Spotlight. If you'd like to get involved, follow us on Twitter @CUPeducation and send in your show suggestions!


Thanks for dialing up THE BUTTPOD. Please enjoy this seemingly insignificant, yet globally important show. If you have any notes for the podcast, or want to contribute a bit of info to our "MORE SMARTER" segment, email us at thebuttpod@gmail.com


Over my 35 years in comedy, few people in the business have mademe laugh more than this episode's guest, my long-time pal ChrisFinn. We met as stand-ups in the late 80s and Chris went on tobecome one of the most prolific and sought-after comedy writers(award-winning comedy writers, mind you!) in the country. But asidefrom his professional comedic successes, he and I consistently gutourselves laughing whenever we get together. It happened againhere.


Award winning comedian Brent Butt (Corner Gas, Hiccups, No Clue) hosts this comedy podcast, with an emphasis on the creative process and the hope that each guest will teach him something he doesn't already know - thereby making him, week by week, incrementally "more smarter".


MITRE has joined forces with the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), the Space Foundation, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to produce a podcast series on space entitled Space Policy Pod. The podcast examines events and ideas affecting the space sector.


Brother Ferguson, a member of Local 313 in Grand Rapids, Mich., started railroading in 1994 after serving in the United States Army and attending college, beginning as a conductor on CSX at Grand Rapids, before earning a promotion to engineer in 1995. Ferguson was elected local legislative representative in 1995; local chairperson in 1996; and secretary of the CSX/B&O General Committee, GO 049 in Jacksonville, Fla., in 2007. He was elected second vice general chairperson in 2008 and first vice general chairperson in 2011. At the first SMART Transportation Division Convention in 2014, Ferguson was elected to the position of vice president, and at the second convention in August 2019, he became president of the SMART Transportation Division.


In addition, listen for the open mic segment with SMART General President Joseph Sellers at the end of this episode. He responds to a member question about what labor and management are doing to work together in the sheet metal trade and outlines the stakes for the unionized industry.


Glaw, F., Köhler, J., Hawlitschek, O., Ratsoavina, F.M., Rakotoarison, A., Scherz, M.D. & Vences, M. (2021) Extreme miniaturization of a new amniote vertebrate and insights into the evolution of genital size in chameleons. Scientific Reports, 11:2522. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-020-80955-1


Prötzel, D., Heß, M., Schwager, M., Glaw, F. & Scherz, M.D. (2021) Neon-green fluorescence in the desert gecko Pachydactylus rangei caused by iridophores. Scientific Reports, 11:297. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-020-79706-z


Each week Katie and Sarah discuss a person, place and thing on Cape Cod. This week the talk about a person who took a dark time in her life and she uses it to shine a positive life on to others, a caterer that been there in good times and bad, and a brilliant solution for families working through this pandemic.


instagram.com/campwk Previous PostWhat's Good Cape Cod Episode 20 Next PostWhat's Good Cape Cod Episode 18 Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Name * Email *WebsiteSave my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.


Designer Carol Lim has been at the leading edge of American fashion since 2002, when she and Humberto Leon co-founded the retail shop Opening Ceremony in downtown New York. She and Humberto went on to design their own acclaimed fashion collection, also called Opening Ceremony, and to become co-creative directors of Kenzo, a position they held for eight years. In January 2020, Opening Ceremony announced that it would be coming under new ownership and closing all its retail locations. In a Zoom call, Carol chats with Catherine and Juliana about the major changes at the company. She also shares stories about growing up in Los Angeles, her favorite dress in middle school (Benetton), her SAT scores, her famous friendship with fellow Berkeley classmate Humberto, and her belief in the value of nunchi (눈치).


After a restless night, a howl in the dark alerts the Circus Peanuts to danger as they continue their journey in the Hermitage of Blessed Lightning. What fate befalls them as they proceed deeper into this large structure?


MLP, PPA, and APP Champion Anna Bright joins the pod for episode 19. Bright shares stories from her intense tennis background and meteoric rise in pickleball. She has become one of the most coveted partners in pickleball and has a star-studded partner list for 2023. Rob and Stone grill Anna on MLP squads, attacking the body and 20 more rapid-fire questions.


Take 20% off your first order from American Giant Pickleball Club with code DINK. Each durable, cotton piece is designed to breathe, stretch, and hold up to your hardest hits.


Like the ep? Do us a favor: subscribe to our channel and leave a review on Apple and SpotifyFollow Rob, Adam and The Dink on IG @robnunnery & @adamstone_pb & @thedinkpickleballSubscribe to our 'all things pickleball' free e-newsletter at For everything else we do, visit


Welcome to Inside PHLCouncil, the official podcast of Philadelphia City Council. Each week, we provide a recap of the latest news from Philadelphia's legislative branch of government and an in-depth interview with one of our members or someone making an impact on Philadelphia.In this week's episode we recap the controversy over online sheriff sales. Then we talk to Councilmember Allan Domb about his tax reform proposals ahead of the FY2022 Budget process.


The conclusion of our interview with Arnis Robbins of Evie Mae's barbecue. Listen in as Arnis talks about learning of their top ten Texas Monthly ranking and discusses the business growth from a small trailer with a single pit to a brick and mortar with twenty employees.


It's perhaps a moment we weren't sure if we would get, but the Hageman brothers have indeed gone there. Cue Jerry Goldsmith's First Contact score; Dal and the crew will come face to face with a Borg cube when a new episode of Prodigy drops on Paramount Plus this week. Here is the official synopsis for episode 112, "Let Sleeping Borg Lie."


Due to travel and other factors, there will be no live show this week on YouTube, but look for the video and podcast of our review to drop sometime that day! Enough talk, though; the Borg don't listen anyway. Go ahead and assimilate these images from "Let Sleeping Borg Lie."


Julian is the creator and co-host of Strange New Pod. His first experience with Star Trek was TNG and The Undiscovered Country. On his off days, he likes long walks on the beaches of Risa. Strives for the rest of his team to read the outline.


Join us for an in-depth investigation into Brosnan Bond's newest Technique (Walking up to the villain in a social setting and asking him directly if he's evil), and we encounter a Guy for the ages.


Today on The FreeThinking Podcast we have Penny Cameron - Development Director at Stanhope plc - and a key player in the Visioning, Designing and Activating of their far-reaching White City Campus in West London.


Tags: building resilient societies, coronavirus strategies, Crazy Town, rationingRelated ArticlesPreparing for a Storm the Ni-Vanuatu WayBy Monica Evans, Hakai Magazine


Resilience is a program of Post Carbon Institute, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the world transition away from fossil fuels and build sustainable, resilient communities.


"Storm Over Ryloth" is the nineteenth episode of Season One of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series. It is the nineteenth episode of the series overall and is the first of a three-part storyline.


Aboard a Lucrehulk-class Battleship flanked by two Munificent-class frigates over Ryloth, Neimoidian Captain Mar Tuuk receives orders from Emir Wat Tambor, who emphasizes that the Republic can't invade Ryloth. Mar Tuuk assures Emir Tambor that their blockade is impenetrable and that the Republic will get quite a surprise when they arrive. The Resolute, Defender and Redeemer arrive in the system. Ahsoka Tano boards her fighter, mentioning to her new droid R7-A7 that this is her first time leading a squadron. Anakin Skywalker stops by to give her some encouragement, and Ahsoka leads her squadron out of the Resolute. Her squadron checks in, and receiving the order from Anakin and Admiral Yularen, she charges the Separatist blockade, leading Axe, Slammer, Kickback, Tucker, and Swoop.


After cutting a path to the lead Separatist ship, Ahsoka advances with her group. However, four more Munificent-class frigates suddenly jump out of hyperspace and join the blockade. Admiral Yularen and Anakin both order Ahsoka back to the ship, but she stubbornly insists on pushing forward. Tucker's V-19 Torrent starfighter is destroyed by the advancing vulture droids, and Ahsoka finally obeys orders and turns back, but the Vulture droids begin to sacrifice themselves, ramming themselves into the Resolute. One droid heads for the cruiser's bridge, and Admiral Yularen is severely injured. After losing Axe as well, Ahsoka and what remains of her squadron make it back to the Resolute. The Redeemer is too damaged to retreat and falls apart, but the Defender and the Resolute manage to jump to hyperspace. 041b061a72


About

Welcome to the group! You can connect with other members, ge...

Members

Group Page: Groups_SingleGroup
bottom of page