Jan Mickelson hosts a morning talkshow in Des Moines, Iowa, at the 50,000 legendary WHO Radio, the same station where Ronald Reagan got his start as a sports announcer. WHO Radio can be heard worldwide at www.whoradio.com, where Mickelson airs 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Central Time.
By Jan Mickelson
Short clips from recent Veritas Forums! Updated Saturdays at 6am EST. Hosting hundreds of scholars at dozens of college campuses, The Veritas Forum is an opportunity to explore life's hardest questions in relation to the person and story of Jesus Christ.
By The Veritas Forum
Spanish Wizards: Fun lessons to help you add the magic into your Spanish learning effortsJoin Now to Follow
The Spanish Wizards podcast and lessons is a "virtually live" conversation based show to help you learn Spanish. In each entry, Brian, Cinthia, and the rest of the Spanish Wizards share their thoughts, answer your questions, and interview Spanish speakers and others involved in learning and speaking Spanish. Challenge yourself by stepping into the Wizard hot seat, tune in for vocabulary lists, real conversations between native speakers, and more! We love interacting with the Spanish learning community, so email us your questions and comments. We look forward to hearing from you and having you be a part of the show!
By Spanish Wizards
This podcast was developed as part of an elementary-level Clark County School District Teaching American History Grant. The three-year grant will fund six modules per year with each module focusing on a different era of American history and a different pedagogical theme. This podcast focuses on Native Americans of the Colonial Era and Technology Integration in Elementary Schools. Participants in the grant are third, fourth, and fifth grade teachers in Clark County (the greater Las Vegas area), Nevada. Teaching scholars include Drs. Michael Green and Deanna Beachley of the College of Southern Nevada and Dr. Christy Keeler of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. As part of this five week module, teachers meet on campus on two occasions and the remainder of their work is completed online. The culminating experience for the module is participant development of virtual museums. These are asynchronous PowerPoint slideshows that have the appearance of a virtual museum. Users can move throughout the "museum" learning about different aspects of Native Americans in each "room." Grant participants will base their virtual museums on one of ten assigned themes including Native American women, economics, housing, European encounters, impact of western religions, relations between African Americans and Native Americans, slavery, food, cultural exchange, and religions. The video feeds that accompany this podcast are available on iTunes.
By Christy G. Keeler, Ph.D.
Staying Wired For Success is easier than you might think. For the most part it simply requires an understanding of how you can re-educate the voices in your brain that can in an instant either empower you, or create weakness, limitation, fears … and stop you believing in yourself. This is the point at which life could become repetitive, predictable … even boring, thus tarnishing your wiring for success. Instead, we’d like to invite you on an adventure that is in no way predictable - because it can become anything you want it to be. Enjoy!
By Wired For Success TV
I'm a lefty, liberal, secular, progressive anthropologist who teaches in a conservative place. The blog and podcast are my sanity. Follow me on Twitter @AnonymousAnthro or read the blog at theanonymousanthropologist.com
By The Anonymous Anthropologist
Are you already fluent in German but you still come across tricky phrases and expressions that can't be translated literally? In this podcast Kirsten Winkler explains popular German sayings, idioms and expressions that are used in everyday conversations. Brush up your German with Sprichwörtlich Deutsch.
By Kirsten Winkler | Fair Languages