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02/19/19 Navy Veterans Fight for Human Rights and Animal Rights

In this episode Doris share the events of her life, including some health challenges. She is joined by 2 guests. Doris talks to Navy Veteran Courtney Kittrell, Author of "Unapologetically Favored". "Confused, depressed, and afraid of a world that did not welcome her, Courtney focused on getting her life together and healing the wounds of [...]

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12/19/19 Collaboration Jam: An online and competitive team approach to writing fiction

We dedicate a full hour to interviewing Zachary Hebert, Founder, Collaboration Jam. The Collaboration Jam organization hosts writing competitions, known as "jams", both in-person and over the Internet. Collaboration Jam is the only writing jam organization in the world that specializes in team-based writing. Participants are challenged to work together to produce an original fiction [...]

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12/17/19 Successful Outcomes: Workplace Culture in Bonita, Creative Opportunities in Baldwin Park

Bonita Unified Superintendent Carl J. Coles and Director of Human Resources Kevin Lee discuss the District’s recognition as a 2019 Top Workplace and how its core values of equity, mastery and a focus on results provide opportunities for District personnel and students to excel. Baldwin Park Unified Director of Student Achievement Richard Noblett discusses the [...]

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12/12/19 Literacy Services for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Populations

Our show today features Thao Pham, Literacy Instructor, Deaf Community Services of San Diego County. With great clarity, Thao explains the process and challenges that come with bringing language, literacy, and communication to a clientele who are deaf or hard of hearing. The content of this show provides listeners with rare insight into how literacy [...]

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12/10/19 In the Right Direction: Lessons in Leadership in Fontana and El Monte City

Fontana Unified Elementary School counselor Eduardo Valencia discusses the experiences that led him to be a school counselor, bringing college and career days to District elementary schools, arranging for students to visit the capitol in Sacramento and establishing a leadership nonprofit. Shirpser School Teacher/Assistant Principal Juan Flores discusses El Monte City School District’s Leader in [...]

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12/03/19 Getting a Head Start on Learning: Coding in Fontana, Early Education in Baldwin Park

Fontana Unified’s Southridge Tech Middle School science teacher Pam Matea – a C-STEM 2019 Teacher of the Year – is joined by three of her eighth-grade students to talk about coding, robotics and the academic benefits of learning from your mistakes. Baldwin Park Unified Director of Early Childhood Education Ricardo Rivera details the history of [...]

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11/21/19 Britfield & The Lost Crown, a real world literary experience; The Oceanside Public Library!

We are happy to bring back Chad Stewart, author of "Britfield & The Lost Crown". Chris has just returned home from his 2019-20 Britfield Creativity School Tour. He has driven 5,500 miles, through 12 states and presented at 113 schools to over 13,000+ students. The second Britfield book is completed!...and the Britfield fan base is [...]

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11/19/19 Aspiring to Greatness: Scholars in Paramount, Tolerance in Monrovia

Paramount High School seniors and National Merit Scholarship Commended Scholars Rebecca Mejia and Edward Quezada join Principal Christiana Kraus to discuss school life, the rigor of Advanced Placement classes and their dream colleges and careers. Monroe Elementary School Principal Dr. Lily Jarvis and interventionist Shirley Conde discuss anti-bullying strategies, including Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports [...]

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11/14/19 Use Your Attention and Love to Make Gifts that Matter

Guest: Sherry Richert Belul, Founder of Simply Celebrate and Author of "Say it Now!" Visit her and learn more at SimplyCelebrate.net 1. Time beats Money When it Comes to Gift Giving for the Holidays Keep the focus on giving and being present + stress-free more than the gift. Time and experiences are the most valuable [...]

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11/14/19 Improving Childhood Literacy Success Stories from Traveling Stories!

Standing in for our regular host, Jose Cruz, was Elisabeth Jacobsen, Program Representative for the San Diego Council on Literacy. This was her first experience as a radio show host and she nailed it. Her guests were Emily Moberly, Founder & CEO, Traveling Stories, and Christelle Jones, Director of Outreach & Partnerships, also from Traveling [...]

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