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Science education is a continuing study to unearth what science is. The field of science education includes anatomy, biology, chemistry and other scientific disciplines. Here you can find science project ideas for students of all ages and some research studies, too. These podcasts will assist not just students, but also teachers, in making science education exciting and enjoyable. Science education is a wide array subject which requires intensive studies and time. This catalog tends to provide podcasts about this subject area, to assist students and even teachers in understanding the facts and ideas in the field of science. Aside from the broader scope, there are also podcasts that tackle science and education, and these podcasts are a great source of learning not just for the younger generations but for professionals, too. Science affects us all and we apply it in our daily lives, however it may not always be obvious. Listening to podcasts, which can be followed anywhere and anytime, can help you gain knowledge of what surrounds you.
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Join Grant Wood Area Education Agency’s Computer Science team members, Corey Rogers and Bridget Castelluccio, each month for ”A Byte of CS: Computer Science Education Conversations”. Our hosts will interview PK-12 educators and professionals each month, delving into a variety of computer science topics and pedagogical approaches. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or new to teaching CS, this podcast offers opportunities to hear how our guests are exploring teaching strategies, content integration ...
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This podcast provides scientific education on topics of environmental concern, such as PFAS, as well as emerging technologies in environmental science such as eDNA. It is presented by Bureau Veritas, a leader in environmental laboratory testing.
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Dynamic Earth Learning specializes in earth science and sustainability topics. Our content is available in audio, video and written form! We also have easy ready-made lesson plans with answer keys for each of our topics. Our Blog https://dynamicearthlearning.com/learning-lab-blog/ Our Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVdrYHmM5Pc7WQUmM4OWyMA?sub_confirmation=1 Our Teachers Pay Teachers! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Sellers-Im-Following/Add/Dynamic-Earth-Learning Our Boom Learni ...
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O que é esse trem de AlpCast? É o podcast semanal da Alpera Science & Education (alpera.com.br), onde vamos falar de ciência, tecnologia, formação de pesquisadores, a história dos pesquisadores que você mais gosta e muito mais sobre a ciência e tecnologia. Neste episódio explico tudo que o podcast quer dizer e como fazer para interagir conosco. Antonio Carlos Filho é o host e você tranquilamente nos encontrar no Instagram (@prof_acfilho e @alperaconsultoria). Você pode mandar perguntas pra g ...
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David Yakobovitch explores AI for consumers through fireside conversations with industry thought leaders on HumAIn. From Chief Data Scientists and AI Advisors, to Leaders who advance AI for All, the HumAIn Podcast is the channel to release new AI products, to learn about industry trends, and to bridge the gap between humans and machines in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
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Welcome to The Science of Special Education Podcast! In this podcast, we will explore the science of special education as we dive deep into the research behind how students learn and how teachers teach. Topics such as the Science of Reading, Science of Math, brain development and more will be covered as we talk to those in the trenches and the researchers studying them. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thescienceofspecialeducation/support
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Productivity, Parenting, and Education for Moms with Adult ADHD Are you overwhelmed by the never-ending to do list of motherhood? Are you burnt out and barely keeping your head above water? Are you confused and frustrated by how all the other moms make it look so easy? And somehow you're still floundering despite trying even harder... Your purse is as overflowing as your mind, you never feel like a good enough mom, and you don't dare have anyone over to visit to witness your messy home. You ...
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Max Galka: How AI Transforms Decision-making on the Blockchain [Audio] Max Galka is the CEO of Elementus, the first universal search engine for blockchain and institutional grade crypto forensics solution. In this episode, we talk about all things Blockchain, Bitcoin, Data, and AI. Episode Links: Max Galka LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maxg…
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Here's a live panel discussion we recently hosted at SETU, in which a bunch of computing professionals talked about what it's like to work in the tech sector in Ireland. This took place in front of approx. 200 Leaving Cert students, tied in with Computing Week at SETU. If you're a student or someone who's interested in starting a career in IT, this…
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Corey and Bridget are joined by Joan Hippen, the K-12 Teacher Librarian, K-5 CS teacher, and 9-12 1:1 coordinator, at Washington Community Schools to discuss how engaging in learning about CSTA’s K-12 Computer Science Standards for students impacted her teaching and learning for her students. 💻 Visit CSTA’s web site to view the K-12 Computer Scienc…
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Another #ComputingWeek talk turned into a podcast! Two Red Hat software engineers, both recent graduates of SETU, returned to discuss the issues surrounding running your own LLM on a local machine, how models and datasets are built and reduced (quantised) so as to run on a laptop rather than an array of servers. Mark Campbell and Dimitri Saradkis p…
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On the back of a packed #ComputingWeek talk at SETU, Rob nabbed two speakers from UNUM Ireland – Gary Kenneally and Shourjya Sanyal – and recorded a conversation about the pace of change in the ICT industry, how AI tools can be integrated into a workflow and why new developers should even care about AI. The lads discuss why the think AI won’t be re…
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Corey and Bridget are joined by Tim Dixon, a retired elementary teacher and CS Integration Consultant with the Maryland Center for Computer Science, to discuss strategies to support English Language Learners in CS classrooms through the lens of UDL related to the “Universal Design for Learning in Computing” article in “The Big Book of Computing Ped…
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Corey and Bridget are joined by Erin Chute, a Best Practices Instructional Technology Consultant at Northwest Area Education Agency, to discuss our learning and wonderings after reading the “Cognitive Load Theory” article in “The Big Book of Computing Pedagogy”. 📘 Download Hello World's "The Big Book of Computing Pedagogy" 🎙️ We're using Adobe Podc…
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Corey and Bridget are joined by Charlene Saint-Jean, an Elementary Media Specialist at Cherokee Lane Elementary School from the Prince George's County Public School in Hyattsville, Maryland, to discuss unplugged computer science learning related to the “Go Unplugged for Better Computational Thinking” article in “The Big Book of Computing Pedagogy”.…
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It’s here again… that awful feeling: I’m behind. You swore this year you’d print those adorable Christmas cards with your family’s smiling faces in front of a glowing tree, but it’s December and you haven’t even started. Your friends are sending you theirs, and just seeing them makes you feel guilty. You’re scrambling to shop for presents online, w…
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Ever feel like making friends is a puzzle you can't quite solve? You're not alone, mama! In this episode of Motherhood in ADHD, we unpack the nuances of friendship with our guest Caroline Maguire. Caroline is a leader in social skills development and the author of the book, “Why Will No One Play With Me?” – a handbook on how to communicate social s…
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How do you feel when you think about taking ADHD medication? Nervous? Hopeful? Overwhelmed? The process of obtaining and finding the right medication can feel like A LOT. First, you have to approach the subject with your doctor (who may or may not be well-informed about ADHD) -- and then there is finding the right type and dosing of medication, dea…
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“I’ve tried everything!” When you’re dealing with a particularly frustrating problem that’s gone on for years, like parenting your exasperating child, looking for relief from a chronic health issue, or advocating for your child struggling at school, you start to run out of energy AND optimism. When you’ve got a situation that feels hopeless… When y…
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What’s your story of working under an unqualified or unsupportive boss? I’m sharing a few of my terrible boss experiences. But today’s episode is not just about the bad bosses in the workplace. As a parent, we often feel underqualified. You don’t want to be a “bad boss”, but no one handed you an instruction manual when your children arrived! What d…
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What does the inside of your kitchen junk drawer look like? And why is it always in the kitchen? We all have a random smattering of ideas laying around and today I’m sharing a few that wouldn’t necessarily make a whole episode in and of themselves, so I’m combining these random thoughts rattling around my brain into one Junk Drawer episode. First, …
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“Should I become a mom if I have ADHD?” Here’s an episode you’ve been asking for - pregnancy and ADHD! You ask me so many questions around pregnancy friendly symptoms management, ADHD medication while pregnant, and the big question of should I even have kids if I can’t take care of myself??? It’s been almost 6 years since I was pregnant, so I calle…
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When you’re dreaming about taking time for yourself, does that nudge (or wave) of guilt make you pause? Today, I’m reflecting on 5 things I learned this weekend while I hung out with many of you. This past weekend was my ADHD Moms Weekend Retreat and we had a blast! It was soo soo good and I didn’t want it to end! We rested, we ate hot food, and we…
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Appointments, birthdays, permission slips, library books, names, the one thing you went into the store for… In today's episode, I delve into one of the most frustrating features of ADHD: forgetting important things. From my personal experiences of forgetting to pick up THE ONE THING that my husband had requested while I went backpacking through Spa…
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Oh, the lies you’ve been told about your brain… Today’s guest challenges the traditional description of ADHD, viewing it not as a disorder, but as a unique collection of traits that showcase different ways of thinking and experiencing emotions. Dr. Caroline Leaf is a communication pathologist, audiologist, and clinical and cognitive neuroscientist …
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When you want to help your kid, but you’re triggered yourself, it’s really hard to show as the mom you want to be. Today I’m taking you behind the scenes of one of our July meetups in Successful Mama Meetups. The theme for the month was "Angry Moms Unite," focusing on how to stop yelling at your family and regulate your emotions, so you can show up…
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Did you spew angry volcano-vomit on your family today? Or yesterday? Or right before this, which is why you’re listening to this episode right now? IYKYK. Today I’m taking you behind the scenes of one of our July meetups in Successful Mama Meetups. The theme for the month was "Angry Moms Unite," focusing on how to stop yelling at your family and re…
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You want to grab dinner with your best friend… You want to do that cool volcano science project with your 4 year old… You want to snuggle on the couch with your partner and watch a movie… But you also need sleep. You feel like the worst friend, daughter, mom, partner, when you promise to do something and then cancel plans at the last minute because…
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When your child charges in the room raging or super sour, how do you react? Do you immediately tense up, knowing that the battle is about to begin? When your spouse arrives home, do you listen to the noises they make outside the door to prepare yourself if they’ve had a rough day at work? Does your stomach fall into the pit of your stomach, because…
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How many times have you questioned whether you are a “good mom”? In the last 2 months, I’ve asked myself this at least 4000 times. This summer did not go as expected which made me doubt if I’m being a good mom. Am I spending enough time with my boys? Am I putting my phone down and paying attention when they talk? Am I making my kids a priority over…
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Are you juggling 6,358 things? If life’s been a little too much today or in general, let’s talk. I’m hanging on for dear life as things get next-level chaotic over here in the Sung house… And I haven’t lost my ish on anyone yet! *celebration* Last year, I couldn’t have said that. I would have yelled at kids or my spouse or both, felt awful about it…
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“My partner says I’m using my ADHD as an excuse. They’re not really understanding ADHD at all or how it affects me!” You shared your relationship struggles and you’re not the only one! Today’s guest, Melissa Orlov, answers YOUR questions from my free Facebook group. We discuss ADHD as an excuse, partners who don’t understand ADHD, communication obs…
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How do you explain ADHD to your child? Start with the Journey with Me Through ADHD, a podcast for kids. Katelyn’s humongous heart for helping kids understand their ADHD is contagious! She knows just how to explain tough or complicated stuff in a digestible manner so kids can feel confident and empowered. Katelyn speaks straight into the heart and m…
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Have you ever hated your own child? While you may not want to say it out loud, sometimes parenting is just. so. hard. that this burning hatred overtakes you in a fiery blaze. And when your child is extra… extra needy, extra sensitive, extra different, extra angry, extra aggressive, extra anything, the usual parenting advice doesn’t work. Maybe you …
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When you've got PMS on steroids, the rage and depression are exponential. Ever hear of Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder? They call it PMDD for short, and it's a very real and serious hormonal disorder that affects up to 10% of women! And it’s much more common when paired with ADHD. Symptoms include things like mood swings (aka rage attacks), sadness…
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When your ADHD is invisible, we can start to feel like maybe we’re making it up… Maybe you aren’t really struggling more than others… Errrrrrrt. Stop that. Today we’re talking to Christina Crowe about how to make the Invisible Visible. Because ADHD is real even when you can’t SEE its impact on everything. I love Christina’s super practical way of e…
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When was the last time your ADHD affected your kids and you were kicking yourself for it? While you get frustrated enough that your ADHD affects your own life, it's 100 times worse when it hurts your kids. Meet my friend, Laura Froyen, PhD. Laura and I connected over our mutual love for advocating for kids. Her take on gentle parenting is refreshin…
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“Is this an ADHD thing?” This question comes up a lot! It’s hard to say because there is a wide spectrum on how ADHD symptoms present in your day to day activities. At the same time, there is so much value in knowing you aren’t the only one struggling with something. In today’s episode, I’m sharing the themes that I see in the symptoms of ADHD in w…
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Do you feel like motherhood’s been kind of a raw deal? Meet my friend Kelly Donahue, founder of Badass Moms. Kelly and I were in the same Integrative Life Coach certification course and I fell in love with her spunky spirit and gentle tough love. She just launched her podcast earlier this year, talking to women who found their fun and let go of the…
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“Why didn’t anyone tell me that years ago?!?” Perhaps you’ve asked that question at least 542 times along your ADHD journey. IYKYK Sarah Snyder and I met a while back and immediately hit it off in chatting about the nitty gritty of ADHD - all those lesser known symptoms, connections, and themes around ADHD. You know, all the things about your ADHD …
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What does your “It Mom” Era look like? What do you believe in your It Mom era? How do you carry yourself? How do you trust yourself? Meet Sloan Echavarria, also known as Sloan the Beast. As a modern entrepreneur, Latina Video creator, and Mom of 4, Sloan helps busy mom CEOs create their unique work/life balance as they curate a life they are obsess…
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What does your ADHD look like? Does it look like impulsiveness, hyperactivity and the irresistible urge to fidget – the signs we constantly hear about in men and boys? Or does it look more like forgetting to put on deodorant or brush your teeth, trouble keeping track of all your kid’s appointments, absent-mindedly twirling your hair, or excessive t…
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Avoid religion and politics! While that’s usually great advice, today I’m not following it. Many mamas have asked me to do this episode for at least a year and I didn’t feel qualified. So I did what any good ADHD-er does, and procrastinated on this episode, ha! Until my conversation with Laura Matteson on Episode 183...I knew it was time. My faith …
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Goldfish crackers are not lunch. Are you only giving yourself the bare minimum leftovers of everything: scraps of time, energy and money? Today, we're talking about something that most moms can relate to: mom guilt. We’ll give up anything and everything in order for our kids to have more. We want to feel strong, confident, and happy as mothers, but…
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Who’s in your support circle? Moms often put ourselves at the bottom of the list, including friendships and how we surround ourselves with support. Yet, you need support just as much as your children do. You need real-life connections. You deserve rest and down time. Cuz here’s the truth: we can’t regulate our own emotions when we’re burnt out, wor…
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When were you diagnosed with ADHD? In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Dr. Dawn Kamilah Brown, “The MD with ADHD” joins us to share her advice on what to ask and disclose during your ADHD diagnosis appointment. She also explains what she wishes everyone knew about what’s next after leaving their ADHD diagnosis appointment. We cover the value…
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Don't know your q-bits from your bytes? This is the podcast for you! Quantum Computing is one of the next-gen technologies that can truly usher in a new era in computing. Quantum Communications has the potential to provide a truly secure infrastructure for communications across small or vast distances. Deirdre Kilbane (Director of Research at the W…
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After your family trip is over, do you look more like Clark Griswald than the refreshed luminescent being you were hoping for? The trip was wonderful while you were there, but why is it SUCH a rocky ride with grumpy kids and a tired mom for an entire week afterwards? Transitions are difficult for ADHD, and coming back from a trip doesn’t have to be…
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Find the show notes on www.scienceofspecialeducation.com In this episode, we talk with Tricia Millar from That Reading Thing. Tricia discusses some of the unique challenges that come with working with older students and adults to develop reading and spelling skills. Tricia has worked to train youth workers, teachers, and other adults to provide rea…
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When it’s time to leave on a trip, are you up at 2 AM stuffing random clothing in your suitcase because half of your clothes are still in the washer and you’re so delirious, you forget your underwear? That was me up until about a year ago. But this year’s spring break trip, I had everything packed and ready to go before 9 PM. Can you even picture i…
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When it’s time to plan a trip, do you feel less like a blissful honeymooner and more like Tom Hanks in Castaway? And you haven’t even left yet… Look, you know you’ll love the vacation when you’re on it, but getting ready for a trip is mostly ADHD hell. Planning, organizing, packing, thinking forward in time, blech. And yet, you want to make great f…
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Are you listening to this podcast at 1:30 AM while rage cleaning your kitchen? …when you “should” be sleeping? Ask me how I know. Sleep issues often go hand in hand with ADHD. In today’s episode, I’m sharing what’s working for me to fall asleep quickly and go to bed earlier. But it doesn’t include all that stuff you’ve heard a million times before …
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