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10/10/19 American Academy of Pediatrics, Reach Out and Read, and Waterford.org Mentoring at Home

Our show started off with conversation between host, Jose Cruz, and wsRadio president, Wade Taylor regarding the importance of media in promoting literacy. Our first guest was Pradeep Gidwani, Medical Director of Healthy Development and First Steps Home Visiting Program. He joined us to talk about the American Academy of Pediatrics, Reach Out and Read, [...]

By | October 10th, 2019|Literacy for All|0 Comments

09/26/19 Graphic Novels and Other Literature with Graphics

Meet graphic novelists and researchers, Meryl Jaffe and Talia Hurwich, who are creating literature with visuals and providing teachers with tools to promote and teach visual and verbal literacies. Together they have written a book: "Worth a Thousands Words: Using Graphic Novels to Teach Visual and Verbal Literacy". On our show, they share more about [...]

By | September 30th, 2019|Literacy for All|Comments Off on 09/26/19 Graphic Novels and Other Literature with Graphics

09/16/19 Purposeful Podcasting – Overview of Online Marketing

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09/12/19 The importance of protecting information through schools, colleges, libraries.

With all of our information outlets, truth and facts are vulnerable to manipulation and abuse. Information is power. Our colleges, like UCLA are engaging in work that looks at the role of information in our lives and confronts issues of trust, validity, and equity. Our guests, Esther Grassian and Dr. Jeff Share, both from the [...]

By | September 12th, 2019|Literacy for All, wsRadio Presents|Comments Off on 09/12/19 The importance of protecting information through schools, colleges, libraries.

08/22/19 The Role of Emotions in Teaching & Learning

Dr. Leslie Shelton, long-time advocate for adult literacy students, shares her history and important information related to the needs of all students. She highlights the importance of working with students from their strengths vs. deficits; the seven intelligences, and her findings as they relate to the role that emotions play in learning. In this interview, [...]

By | August 22nd, 2019|Literacy for All, wsRadio Presents|Comments Off on 08/22/19 The Role of Emotions in Teaching & Learning

08/16/19 North County Hispanic Business Expansion Symposium

BB Alexander, Founder of the North County (San Diego) Hispanic Chamber of Commerce invites us to the Business Expansion Symposium, they are presenting on September 17th, 2019. Featured speakers will discuss "Upcoming Trends in Global Expansion". We are joined by Featured Speakers Michele Nash-Hoff and John Osborn, and Moderator Estephania Baez. Learn more at www.InBizLatino.org [...]

By | August 16th, 2019|The Business Spotlight Show, wsRadio Presents|Comments Off on 08/16/19 North County Hispanic Business Expansion Symposium

08/15/19 Literacy Advocate and Wordsmith Richard Lederer

We are happy to present four interview segments for our listeners, starring Richard Lederer, author, speaker, historian, humorist, literacy advocate, and teacher. He is best known for his books on the English language and on word play: puns, oxymorons, and anagrams. He refers to himself as "the Wizard of Idiom," "Attila the Pun," and "Conan [...]

By | August 15th, 2019|Literacy for All, wsRadio Presents|Comments Off on 08/15/19 Literacy Advocate and Wordsmith Richard Lederer

08/08/19 Update on San Ysidro School District and Ethnically-Relevant Books

Part 1 We were joined by Dr. Gina Potter, Superintendent, San Ysidro School District, and Francisco Mata, Coordinator, Public Relations & Community Services for the district. They spoke about the exciting future of the district, described it's challenges, and shared information about interventions and partnerships that are producing results. San Ysidro is a community that [...]

By | August 8th, 2019|Literacy for All, wsRadio Presents|Comments Off on 08/08/19 Update on San Ysidro School District and Ethnically-Relevant Books

07/26/19 The Reading League teaches the Science of Reading

Dr. Maria Murray, CEO, President, and Founder of The Reading League dedicates a full-hour to speaking about The Reading League and its mission of advancing the awareness, understanding, and use of evidence-based literacy instruction for instructors. Membership in The Reading League is growing, and is benefiting teachers who aim to provide effective reading instruction to [...]

By | July 26th, 2019|Literacy for All, wsRadio Presents|Comments Off on 07/26/19 The Reading League teaches the Science of Reading

07/11/19 Britfield: Real World Youth Literature; Journeys Maps…charting career paths

We are joined by Chad Stewart, author of Britfield & The Lost Crown, who talked to us about his book series, the writing process, and why his books are popular with junior high and school students, teachers, and administrators. Scott Sibley, Executive Director, Journeys Maps, talked to us about overcoming "workplace disruption", and being aware [...]

By | July 11th, 2019|Literacy for All, wsRadio Presents|Comments Off on 07/11/19 Britfield: Real World Youth Literature; Journeys Maps…charting career paths