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Join us every week for a new episode supporting you on your home education journey. Whether you are a long time home educator or are totally new to it, we’re here to support you with podcasts on subjects like deregistering and dealing with your local authority, how to sit exams, supporting your child’s unique needs, socialising, subject deep dives and much more.
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Medical Education Matters

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We are educators, scholars, and clinicians dedicated to the transformation of medical education through the values of caring, character, and excellence. Join us for regular conversations about the transformation of medical education! Learn more about the Medical College of Wisconsin here: https://www.mcw.edu/
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Education Matters is a podcast that recognises the importance and significance of education in South Africa. Education Matters exist in a multifaceted ecosystem that deserves open dialogue and discussion for information-sharing, understanding and involvement.
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Education has long been the foundation for America’s success. With a keen eye for the intricacies of the evolving needs of education in an increasingly global marketplace, internationally renowned Professor of Education Pedro Noguera, Ph.D. provides cogent, provocative analyses of the most pressing Education Matters. Both through commentaries and by means of weekly three-to-five-minute vignettes, Noguera engages parents, teachers, school administrators, policymakers and other education stake ...
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Katrina Christiansen is running for Senate in North Dakota against career politician Kevin Cramer. Join me on this episode of Education through conversation as we cover topics like climate change, common sense gun laws and the effect overturning Roe V Wade has had on women's rights. #podcast #northdakota #senate #interview…
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Join author Richard Clarke and I as we discuss ways to support your child's wellbeing. We talk about how to help them with issues such as anxiety, grief and the effects of covid on a young generation. Younger children often struggle to vocalise their inner emotional world, so it's great to be able to chat with Richard about how we can support our y…
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Today we venture into the often unknown world of home educating through the college years. There aren't many of us who home educate through A levels / equivalents but that number is growing every year. Jenni, Helen and I discuss the advantages and pitfalls (but mainly advantages!) of home educating through to 18 and beyond.…
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Today is another of our subject deep dives, and we're looking at Biology IGCSE (with a smattering of GCSE and the space between!). Ibby and I discuss the role of practicals in science, the differences between the exam specifications available to home educators, as well as looking at top revision tips, a general understanding of how Biology as an ex…
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Support the show at: https://progressivematters.com/home#hosts Join me on this episode of Education Through Conversation as we discuss the insanity of the extremist MAGA crowd and the things he has learned from interviewing crazy Trump supporters. #adammockler #interview #podcast #politics Follow Adam @: https://www.youtube.com/@adammockler https:/…
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Join Jo and I for our next discussion in our mini series analysing the worlds of parenting humans and animals! Today we are talking about what role discipline plays in home ed parenting. Does it prevent chaos and anarchy or does it create repressed behaviours and increase frustration? And is compliance needed and when? Buckle up for another thought…
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This episode of Education Matters explores teacher working conditions in North Carolina, why they matter and ways we can all get involved in making improvements. For this discussion we’re joined once again by some outstanding educators, the 2023-24 North Carolina Regional Principals of the Year as well as the 2023-24 Teacher of the Year Kimberly Jo…
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It's the first of the month so it's time to catch up with Ash and Ismael's journey into home education. And we're on month five and it's been a month of settling into the natural rhythms of home ed. Plus we discuss the benefits of private tuition, the importance of relaxing into it and glimmers of hope for socialising!…
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It's revision time! And today's episode is a fabulous in depth look at how to maximise your revision success. From planning and scheduling to resources and strategies, we look at how to make revision work in your household. Comment and tell us your top revision tip and let's share our wonderful knowledge as home educators!…
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Join Sareeta and I as we discuss the role that the parent can play in allowing your child to express their emotions by finding a way to listen without problem solving. Then we move on to the ideas of being grounded as a person to give yourself that space and calmness we need in our centre, creating a bubble around you to help in moments of stress a…
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On this episode of Education Matters we’re joined by some outstanding educators, the 2023-24 North Carolina Regional Principals of the Year. They’ve been recognized for their strong leadership and commitment to student success, and on this episode they’ll share some insight on how they’re striving to lead positive learning environments as well as s…
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From Medical Education Matters, welcome to the Philosophies of Medical Education Transformation Lab (P-METaL) podcast series, a forum for thought-provoking discussions at the intersection of medicine, philosophy, and medical education. In this episode, hosts Fabrice Jotterand, and James Woodruff discuss metaphysics in medical education, the fundame…
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Watch on youtube at: https://youtu.be/tYV3i5JyWr8 Join me for a conversation with John Padora who is running for Congress in Colorado's District 4 against maga extremist Lauren Boebert. In this conversation we cover how everything from the for profit prison and healthcare systems to the extreme miseducation of right wing voters is affecting America…
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Today we do a deep dive into EHCPs including: EHCP at school EHCP and specialist school provision EOTAS EHCP with a budget And the advantages and disadvantages of each possible route Plus a huge amount more. Ann is an expert in the provision of EHCPs and we are really grateful for her time talking us through this vital but complex area of education…
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Welcome to our first episode of a new series, exploring the intersection of philosophy and medicine. In this episode, host Michael Braun talks with the two hosts of the new series. Fabrice Jotterand, PhD, MA, is professor of bioethics and medical humanities at the Medical College of Wisconsin, where he also directs the Philosophies of Medical Educa…
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Welcome to month four of our regular catch up with new home educator Ash. And today we find out how December has gone for her and her son, Ismael. It's been a time of nagging inner voices and so we discuss the inherent worry of parenting and the self-doubt that hits us all as home educators from time to time. And we also look ahead to the next year…
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The end of the year is a time for big celebrations, family, and keeping warm (at least here in Wisconsin). With all those big things going on, we wanted to take a moment to recognize the little joys in teaching and learning, things we might otherwise overlook but that are so important to be grateful for. To start the episode, Jeff and Anita talk wi…
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It's the third episode in our Sharing our Successes season and we're meeting the fabulous Chloe, who is crafting her own home education journey to make sure it works just right for her. She's a fabulous example of liberation from 'this is how it's always been done' to 'this is how I'm going to do it!'. And all this while documenting it on her Insta…
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Is your home educated child struggling to engage with their learning? Maybe you've just started home educating and your child isn't engaging with their work or perhaps you've been home educating a while but have hit a bit of a wall. Today we talk to Jake from Humanatees to find his top tips for engaging a child who has disengaged from their learnin…
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In this episode of our ongoing MEDICC (Medical Education in Countryside Communities) series, Dr. Jeff Amundson talks with Dr. Edward Krall, assistant professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin—Central Wisconsin, about physician wellness, beginning with Dr. Krall's 2014 article, "The 10 Commandments of Physician Wellness." Their conversation expa…
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Join Jo Moorcroft, dog behaviourist, and I as we discuss the role of manners and etiquette in parenting. Our latest episode as part of our mini series where we see how the worlds of dog behaviourism and progressive parenting meet! Today we discuss what role manners has to play when home educating your child, whether there is a place for learned eti…
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On this episode of Education Matters we continue our discussion on the recent expansion of North Carolina’s private school voucher program. Commonly referred to as Opportunity Scholarships, school vouchers allow families to use public dollars to subsidize their childrens’ education at private schools. This program used to be specifically for low-in…
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Our monthly catch up with Ash and Ismael on their home educating journey and today we hear how month 3 is going. We discuss that fine line between 'lessons' and 'learning', how home education impacts on the wider family and the role that the parent's attitude plays in making it a success. Look out for next month's catch up which will be out on 1st …
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Today Claire and I deep dive into Physics provision for home educators, with a focus on secondary age learning. We discuss the different exam specs available to home educators, IGCSE vs GCSE, incorporating practicals into your home learning and how to revise for your exams most effectively. A big thank you to Claire for guiding us through Physics a…
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Happy Thanksgiving to everyone celebrating this holiday today. And happy Thursday, November 23, to everyone else. In this episode we are filling up our teaching cornucopias by conducting a teaching draft to build the best class that we can. We select from 6 categories all about building the best classroom experience possible. We pick (with associat…
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Join Sareeta Pattni and I as we launch into the very first episode of our new series which focuses on parenting issues when home educating. Today we talk about the importance of allowing feelings to be expressed, how to help your child feel able to discuss their emotions and how to also express your own emotions in a way that is both helpful and he…
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On this episode of Education Matters we’re joined by Dr. Denna Townsend-Smith, senior director of the Dudley Flood Center for Educational Equity & Opportunity along with the Center’s namesake, Dr. Dudley Flood and other education advocates essential to Mapping the Movement, including two student historians from Mecklenburg County. Mapping the Movem…
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We celebrate coming to the end of our first year podcasting with a very special episode. Join Diane and I as we talk about her big news, plus there's a special announcement right at the end so stay tuned for that one. To help us celebrate, perhaps each of you could share your favourite episode of our podcast in a home ed FB group. We know that home…
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The MedMoth storytelling program is inspired by the Moth Radio Hour and allows medical students, residents, faculty, and staff at the Medical College of Wisconsin to come together for a night of storytelling. Some stories are funny, some are sad, and all touch on the fundamental matter of being a human being involved in medicine. In this episode, D…
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For this episode, I am joined by Lianne Abram, the creator of the Which Online School guide. Love them or hate them, online schooling is a lifeline for many home educators and today we explore what to look out for, how to find a good one and what sort of options are open to you. As well as a rather fun debate on the pros and cons of online schoolin…
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We catch up with Ash in her second month as a home educator. Hear about her ups and downs, her experiences writing her report for the Local Authority and the perils of home education socialising! Do subscribe to our podcast to make sure you're notified of our next episode on Ash's journey or join our FB group to chat with Ash and all our other podc…
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Today I am joined by Matt and Miriam from GrowBadges, an amazing project designed to help your child (and you!) explore some of the more diverse skills we find in our modern world. From journalling to diversity, volunteering to gardening, GrowBadges are shining a light on some of the most important 'soft skills' that are often so important within t…
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On this episode of Education Matters we’re joined by Elizabeth Anderson, director of the NC Center for Afterschool Programs along with North Carolina’s 2023 Afterschool Champions to discuss the value of out-of-school time programming in providing students continued learning and enrichment opportunities. This year’s Afterschool Champions were recogn…
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Teaching can be scary! In this Halloween episode, we address 5 scary elements of teaching and do our best to make them a little less scary. We're joined by Dr. Jim Warpinski, a faculty member at MCW's Green Bay campus. Jump to the fear you want to address first using the listed timestamps, or listen all the way through for a full set of chills and …
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Join myself and Jo as we discuss another vital element of home education, the power of play. As part of our mini series looking at the ways dog psychology meets parenting, we talk about the educational value of play, the ways it can be incorporated into your home ed daily life and the wonderful ways it can create harmony and bonding within your fam…
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On this episode of Education Matters we’re joined by the Forum’s Sr. Director of Policy & Research Dr. Lauren Fox along with two superintendents to discuss the recent expansion of North Carolina’s private school voucher program. Commonly referred to as Opportunity Scholarships, school vouchers allow families to use public dollars to subsidize their…
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The MedMoth storytelling program is inspired by the Moth Radio Hour and allows medical students, residents, faculty, and staff at the Medical College of Wisconsin to come together for a night of storytelling. Some stories are funny, some are sad, and all touch on the fundamental matter of being a human being involved in medicine. Would you like to …
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Today we talk to Rap Yoga creator Veronica Youdell to discover the amazing creative and well-being benefits of combining rap and yoga. It is an amazing way to foster self-confidence, creative skills and holistic movement for you and your home educated child. If you enjoy our podcast, do leave us a review :)…
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Our guest this episode, Dr. Vanessa Rampton, senior researcher at McGill University, noted in our show outline that the stethoscope changed the way doctors listen to the patient: less patient voice, and more literal listening to the patient. When it comes to technology in medicine and medical education, we've been down the road many times. So what …
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Join Iram and I as we make our way through the English Language IGCSE exam. We discuss the differences between the three main IGCSE options (Edexcel A, Edexcel B and Cambridge English) and then zone in on the Cambridge qualification. Iram guides us through each paper, what to expect, what the examiner is looking for and her top tips to getting the …
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Join Ash and I as we catch up on her first month as a home educator. We discuss the highs and the lows, the challenges of socialising and the gradual relaxing into a slower tempo. We will be releasing an episode every month this year charting Ash's journey, so make sure you subscribe or follow the podcast to receive notifications.…
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Medical Education Matters has been releasing new episodes for a year now! Were you with us from the beginning, or are you a new listener? In any case, we invite you to listen in as we discuss some of our favorite moments from the past year of podcasting, what we're excited about for the coming year, and some of the ways we want to interact more wit…
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Today is the first in our series of short podcasts using the world of dog behaviourism to inform our discussion on parenting. Yes, it's mad but it works! We're joined by Jo Moorcroft, dog behaviourist, to chat about the role of relationship when parenting. Why does the relationship matter and what can you do to strengthen it as a home educating par…
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Today I am joined by children's author and educational psychologist Jodie Foster to discuss how to foster and then harness your child's love of writing. It's full of great advice for helping your child to put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard!). Whether they're naturally interested in writing or resistant to writing, Jodie has some great tips to…
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For all the amazing things we've seen AI do, its emotional consequences are just as interesting. In this episode in our Tech in Med Ed series, we talk with Dr. Pok Man Tang, assistant professor in the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia about his recent work looking at loneliness associated with AI use. Dr. Tang's recent paper "N…
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