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TrouperCast is a monthly podcast where Jeremy Solomon interviews today’s most successful and Inspiring personalities in the space of Education and the Arts. In listening to the podcast, you’ll gain access to personal stories and experiences of educators and artists from different walks of life. Join us as we discuss career paths, people, and life as we know it.
 
We discuss research, theory and current issues in the fields of health and physical education in an easy to understand way. Our aim is to make research accessible to educators and university students from all over the globe. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support
 
WrestleHorror: A Pro Wrestling, Horror, Halloween, Haunted House, and Haunted Attraction Podcast. Donnie Hoover and “Meathook” Jim Millspaugh take their passions, and decades of experience, in the pro wrestling, horror, Halloween, and haunted attraction industries to bring you this fun, entertaining, and educational podcast. WrestleHorror pulls the curtain back and goes behind the scenes of pro wrestling, haunted houses, horror films, and Halloween to get you stories from the people involved ...
 
In which the CenterForLit staff embarks on a quest to discover the Great Ideas of literature in books of every description: ancient classics to fresh bestsellers; epic poems to bedtime stories. This podcast is a production of The Center for Literary Education and is a reading companion for teachers, homeschoolers, and readers of all stripes.
 
Food plays a central role in our lives — from the health of people and the environment to a child’s educational achievement. Every Wednesday, “Add Passion and Stir” explores the role of food in society by convening leaders from the worlds of food, education, policy, government, and beyond committed to ensuring everyone has access to the food they need. “Add Passion and Stir” is hosted by Share Our Strength’s founder Billy Shore, a leading advocate in food justice for 40 years. Join us for co ...
 
This Wild Song (TWS) celebrates Australian female identifying artists through portraits, interviews, exhibitions and events. This podcast is a series of honest conversations with TWS artists about art, business and life. We address the practicalities and realities of being a professional artist, and the ‘business’ of art. Designed as a resource for artists, we answer your questions such as how do you support your arts practice financially? How important is an arts education? How do you struc ...
 
Native Voice TV hit the airwaves in 2004 and is the only urban based weekly television program in Northern California focusing on the culture of Native Americans and Indigenous People of the Americas. Native Voice TV seeks to provide a voice for Indigenous people to tell of their struggles and injustices that are often ignored by the mainstream media. Native Voice TV has featured the dress, songs, dances, language, arts and crafts of various individuals, groups and organizations in order to ...
 
Louisa May Alcott, more famously known for her Little Women series, takes a familiar nursery rhyme and creates a whole novel out of it in one of her last books Jack and Jill: A Village Story. Though she continued to publish under the penname AM Barnard, this book probably marked the end of a particular writing phase in 1880. Jack and Jill is set in the fictional Harmony Village. On a December afternoon, the youngsters of the village are out enjoying the bracing cold and snow. The bright wint ...
 
On the Biz, We discuss various topics, with the main focus of theater, film and multimedia arts. We also engage in conversation dealing with several aspects of life such as: family, economics, law, labor, education. religion, entertainment, physical health and mental health and above all love.We allow our audience to call in and express their opinions and give insight on these topics. Our host talk to special guest and give our listeners good entertainment and something to inspire, motivate ...
 
WVIK has partnered with the Figge Art Museum and Augustana College's Teaching Museum of Art to produce a new podcast focusing on underrepresented populations in art galleries across the world, and in our community. Melissa Mohr, director of Education at the Figge, and Claire Kovacs, director of the Augustana Teaching Museum of Art, host the Gallery Gap. Produced by Lacy Scarmana . Support for The Gallery Gap on WVIK comes from Pederson Paetz Design and the estate of Margaret Skinner, a long ...
 
Lisa Betts-LaCroix talks to brilliant and wise academics and scientists, visionary innovators and entrepreneurs, communication experts, authors, and other bright minds to unpack the skills and mindset needed to activate your Inner Super Hero. Whether you're growing a business, building a family, launching a start-up, managing a team, or reinventing your Self, the world needs your brightest, biggest most powerful Self now more than ever.
 
Throughout the 1920s the Common University provided a free and ready source of education to the working classes of England through various lecture series and the distribution of educative pamphlets in the East End. At the time it renowned as a philanthropic exercise noted more for its good intentions than its practice of asking for lecturers' credentials. In the mid 1930s it shut down amid a small furore over the nonsense it was teaching. It was assumed by all involved that that would be the ...
 
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This is episode 5 of TrouperCast, your one-stop-shop on all things education and the arts. I am Jeremy Solomon and with me today is Priya Muthukumar. Priya is an obsessive learner, a book -lover, a mother of a teen, and a passionate storyteller who delights in the simple pleasures of life. She is the founder of the storytelling company, Storipur ba…
 
Alba Rodrigues a PhD student at George Mason University joins us to talk about the article ‘Teaching martial arts in schools: A proposal for contents organization’ and the chapter ‘Pedagogia do jogo no processo de ensino e aprendizagem das artes marciais [Game pedagogy in the process of teaching and learning of martial arts]’ published with Dr. Mar…
 
Friday November 26th at 12pm CET Roland Naul and Mark Tremblay will led an #AIESEPConnect discussion titled COVID-19 Studies across the Globe on Physical Activity, Physical Education and Health: A comparative analysis This is the recording from that live session. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support…
 
Rachel Sumekh, Founder & CEO of Swipe Out Hunger, discusses hunger on Swipe Out Hunger campuses and the value of activism. “One in three college students in the US today is food insecure. We pitch education and we pitch going to college as a pathway to get out of poverty, and yet our students get there and we cannot deliver on that promise,” says S…
 
Dr. Matthew Hodler from the University of Rhode Island joins us to discuss the article ‘Converging Interests, Unequal Benefits? Tribal Critical Race Theory and Miami University’s Myaamia Heritage Logo’ published with Callie Batts Maddox. We discuss how the institutional racism and possessive investment of whiteness have been ignored and unaddressed…
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh talks with "The Savage" Kyle Hawk. Listen in as Kyle Hawk talks about his time in pro wrestling and also his fascination with paranormal and horror. Stay connected to Kyle Hawk: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kyle.hawk.129 - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/b…
 
This shorter podcast is a part of a series of podcasts we will do on academic journeys. Guests describe how they got to the field, and why they research what they research! Thanks to Dr. Ann MacPhail for the idea! Dr. Hayley B. McKown is originally from Arizona. Attended schools in Utah, Michigan, and Hawaii. She taught Physical Education and Healt…
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh talks with, Mallory Lynde of Mischievous Panda Photography. Listen in as Mallory gives us fresh insight into the world of pro wrestling photography and her love of horror and haunted houses. Stay connected to Mallory Lynde: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Mischiev…
 
As we continue to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, No Kid Hungry is telling the stories of what children faced during the crisis - and the incredible people working to feed them. Working with local artists in cities across the country, NKH’s Rebuilding campaign created a series of five micro-documentaries and murals in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Detr…
 
This is the 200th episode of the HPE podcast. I invited past guests and other colleagues to discuss six questions: What is the most influential/best article you’ve read and why should others read it? What are we not paying attention to now that we’ll be kicking ourselves in 10/20yrs for missing? What future research questions should we be consideri…
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh talks with "Thunderbird" Jake Ely. Listen in as Jake Ely gives us an update on the Temple of Terror title, his time in wrestling, and his interests in paranormal. Stay connected to Thunderbird Jake Ely: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ElectricJakeEly/ - Instagram:…
 
The November PETE Collaborative (Thursday Nov 11th@4pm Eastern) focused on addressing areas of opportunity for our profession, so that we can continue to improve our practice and prepare quality physical education teachers. The questions we led with are: · What do you do in your programs to teach PSTs how to be culturally responsive? · In what ways…
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh talks again with, Maximus Bryant from The Dent Schoolhouse, The Ohio Haunters Association, Haunt Topic Radio, and the Haunted Attractions Network. Listen in as Max gives us an update on the 2021 haunted house season, how things seem to be rebounding in the haunted hous…
 
Interior designer and philanthropist Charlotte Moss and Ford Foundation President Darren Walker discuss the importance of ending child hunger. Moss selected No Kid Hungry to be the beneficiary of her latest project, Home: A Celebration . Home is an ode to Edith Wharton’s The Book of the Homeless, which was a 1916 fundraiser to help refugees and chi…
 
Risto is joined by Kevin Richards and Michael Hemphill to do another article club... this time it's an article by Mary O’Sullivan who gave the 2019 McCloy Lecture at SHAPE America. Here is a full cite of the article: Mary O’Sullivan (2021) Global Challenges and Opportunities for Physical Education Teacher Educators, Research Quarterly for Exercise …
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh, updates you on how the Obetz Fortress Haunted House went and also gives you some Squared Circle Expo II updates. They also get into what could be the future of the Obetz haunted house. Stay connected to WrestleHorror: - Subscribe to the WrestleHorror newsletter - http…
 
Reverend Jim Wallis, Chair in Faith and Justice at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy and Founder of Sojourners, reports on how dozens of faith organizations continue to advocate together for making the Child Tax Credit permanent, among other provisions in the proposed Build Back Better legislation. “We came together across man…
 
Dr. Anthony J. Maher is Professor of Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inclusion in the Carnegie School of Education. He is part of the school’s research leadership team and leads the research impact strategy. Anthony’s research, consultancy, and teaching expertise relate to centering the experiences and amplifying the voices of pupils with…
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh, updates you on a new venture they are working on with the Obetz Haunt. They also get into an exciting update about the Arnold Sports Festival as well as Donnie's work with Carnage Haunted House. Stay connected to WrestleHorror: - Subscribe to the WrestleHorror newslet…
 
For nearly 25 years, the Child Tax Credit has helped eligible American families with the cost of raising children. In 2021, the American Rescue Plan included significant changes to the credit: the amount per child was increased, 26 million more children were made eligible for the benefit, and the credit became a monthly cash payment as opposed to a…
 
This shorter podcast is a part of a series of podcasts we will do on academic journeys. Guests describe how they got to the field, and why they research what they research! Thanks to Dr. Ann MacPhail for the idea! Dr. Anthony J. Maher is Professor of Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inclusion in the Carnegie School of Education. He is part…
 
What’s Going on in (Online) Physical Education? Preparing Pre-Service Teachers to Teach Effectively in a Virtual EnvironmentSession Description: This interactive session will feature a panel of in-service practitioners and PETE faculty with experiences and expertise teaching effective online physical education. Through a Q&A format, panelists will …
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh talk with The Prophet of Pain Amos. Listen in as Scotty Amos Awakening shares some great stories, and knowledge, with the guys about his time in the wrestling business. They also get into horror film, haunted houses, and paranormal talk. Stay connected to Scotty Amos: …
 
Child Tax Credit Series Bonus Content Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (D-Connecticut) has long been a champion in fighting child poverty. As part of our series on the Child Tax Credit, we spoke with DeLauro about the difference the Credit is making in the lives of families. Now Chair of the House Appropriations Committee, DeLauro has been a proponent of…
 
Join Dr. Barrie Gordon from Victoria University of Wellington to discuss his article ‘An Alternative Conceptualization of the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility Model’. We will discuss an alternative conceptualization of the TPSR model’s values/goals as independent and talk about the suggestions for coaches and teachers to implement this a…
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh talk with Andrew and Stacy Terrell, members of the Central Ohio Ghostbusters. Listen in as Andrew and Stacy share some great stories with the guys about the Central Ohio Ghostbusters, their love of cosplay, and their new found passion with the WrestleFit training progr…
 
This is episode 4 of TrouperCast, your one-stop shop on all things education and the arts. I am Jeremy Solomon and with me today is Seema Siddiqui. Seema is a certified Mental Health Counselor from Parivarthan Counseling, Training and Research Center; and has worked with adults, children, adolescents and their families. She is passionate about help…
 
In this second episode of Add Passion and Stir’s Child Tax Credit series, we look at how organizations are using technology to make sure eligible families are receiving the credit. With more than 36 million additional children — a majority of whom are Black and Latino — now eligible and the credit being distributed as a monthly payment instead of a…
 
Dr. John Williams from the University of Canberra in Australia is with us today to discuss his article ‘The role of teacher educator professional learning in reconfiguring physical education’ recently published with Michael J. Davies. The article explores Dr. Williams professional learning journey to become a more knowledgeable physical education t…
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh talk with writer director Hope Madden of the upcoming film Obstacle Corpse. Listen in as Hope shares some great stories, and knowledge, with the guys about her days in the movie business as a writer, director, and film critic. They also get into her movie Obstacle Corp…
 
Child Tax Credit Series Bonus Content Congressman Jim McGovern (D-Massachusetts) has made it his mission to end childhood hunger. As part of Add Passion and Stir's series covering the expansions to the Child Tax Credit, we spoke with McGovern about his advocacy for legislation that addresses the root causes of hunger and poverty in America. Elected…
 
Dr. Erin Centeio (@erincenteio) come on to discuss a recent 2021 paper that shows an improvement on academic achievement through an intervention called building healthy communities, a comprehensive school health program. Here is a full cite: Centeio, E. E., Somers, C., Moore, E. W. G., Kulik, N., Garn, A., & McCaughtry, N. (2021). Effects of a Comp…
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh talk with "The Quintessential Male" Big Jake Shepherd. Listen in as Big Jake Shepherd shares some great stories, and knowledge, with the guys about his days in the pro wrestling business. They also get into his friendship with "The Ultimate Wingman" Russell "Actafool" …
 
Passed in 1997, The Child Tax Credit, known as the CTC, provides an end of year tax credit to families with children under 16. In March 2021, as part of the $1.9 trillion coronavirus aid package, the American Rescue Plan, the credit was made available to children 17 and under for the first time, the amount of the credit was increased from $2,000 to…
 
Dr. Phillip Ward (@PhillipWard16) from the Department of Human Sciences at Ohio State University talks about the article Chapter 3: PK–12 school physical education: Conditions, lessons learned, and future directions published with Hans van der Mars, Murray Mitchell, and Hal Lawson. We discuss future alternatives for PK–12 physical education to addr…
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh discuss New Ohio Wrestling's first live pro wrestling event at the Obetz Zucchinifest. Listen in as Donnie and Jim shares some great stories about NOW 15: Obetz Zucchinifest 1. Stay connected to WrestleHorror: - Subscribe to the WrestleHorror newsletter - https://bit.l…
 
This is episode 3 of TrouperCast, your one-stop shop on all things education and the arts. I am Jeremy Solomon and with me today is Swathi P Chako. Join us as we discuss, teaching and learning pre and post-pandemic, Understanding online education, and creating educational content for Youtube. Swathi has been fortunate to work in a field where she h…
 
The restaurant industry was hit incredibly hard by the pandemic. In 2020, Add Passion and Stir connected with chefs to learn how the pandemic was affecting them. We're revisiting these inspiring conversations to showcase the resilience of the restaurant industry and its commitment to service. We spoke with Chicago’s award-winning chef and Mexico: O…
 
The September PETE Collaborative is part of a monthly series of meetings that occur on the first Thursday of each month and consists of HPETE faculty and graduate students discussing key issues in the field. Implementing Social and Emotional Learning in Physical Education Programs:A Panel Discussion with Inservice Practitioners Session Description:…
 
Dr. Murray Mitchell from the University of South Carolina discusses his co-authored chapter ‘Perspectives on the Future of Doctoral Programs’ published with Hal Lawson, Hans van der Mars, and Phillip Ward. The chapter brings an action-oriented analysis of doctoral programs for physical education teacher education programs. It is part of a special i…
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh talk with "The President of Wrestling" Philip Stamper. Listen in as Phil Stamper shares some great stories, and knowledge, with the guys about his days in the pro wrestling business and his fascination with horror and haunted houses. They also get into everything he do…
 
Television writer, producer and former teen idol Shaun Cassidy talks about telling his story and his My First Crush wines. Cassidy is touring again for the first time in decades, writing and producing NBC’s “New Amsterdam,” and selling wine to support No Kid Hungry. “’Find your story’ is the theme of my show… when we're born, there's often a story …
 
Today we are talking with Dr. Clancy Seymour (Twitter: @DrClancySeymour) an Associate Professor from Cannisius College and Dr. Mark Garrison, who is a Professor of Education at West Texas A&M University. We will discuss their 2016 paper ‘What They Think about How They’re Evaluated: Perspectives of New York State Physical Educators on Teacher Evalua…
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh talk with Riley Rose. Listen in as Riley Rose shares some great stories, and knowledge, with the guys about his days in the wrestling business. Stay connected to Riley Rose: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/will.rose.9849 - Twitter: https://twitter.com/realwildiris…
 
Award-winning Chez Panisse chef and cookbook author Alice Waters discusses the value of real, regenerative food for our children and our society as a whole. “Once you love nature, you can't make the wrong decision about anything. You don't want to do things that are really destroying the planet. You want to take care of her. Until we feel that way,…
 
David N. Daum, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology at San Jose State University. His area of expertise includes physical education teacher education, curriculum design, assessment, and technology. He provides leadership in the physical education community related to online physical education with a multitude of presentations, publicatio…
 
In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover and "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh discuss Camp Crystal Lake and the Camp Crystal Lake Tour. Listen in as Donnie shares some great stories about his and Terrie's experience at Camp Crystal Lake, in Hardwick, NJ, when they toured Camp Blood and got to meet Ari Lehman (the first Jason) and Adrienne King (…
 
BiblioFiles is taking a sabbatical – but not to fear! When we return, we’re coming back bigger and better than ever. In the meantime, be sure you’re subscribed to the channel so you don’t miss our new season when it launches, as well as some little surprises we have planned for while we’re gone.Oleh CenterForLit
 
Award-winning Washington DC chef Kwame Onwuachi (formerly of Kith/Kin) and Salamander Hotels & Resorts Founder & CEO and BET co-founder Sheila Johnson discuss The Family Reunion (LINK) , black culture, and diversity in the hospitality industry. The Family Reunion was an immersive experience presented by Onwuachi in partnership with Food&Wine and Sa…
 
This month we’ve read a paper by Dr. Melinda Solmon, that was just published in 2021 in Kinesiology Review. The title is Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy: The Application of the Academic Discipline of Kinesiology. The link to the article is in the notes. On the podcast are: Erin Centeio (@erincenteio) from Univ of Hawaii, Kevin Richards (KARRi…
 
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