The Sheepspot Podcast offers quick, actionable tips that you can use right away to make better yarn, use that yarn in ways that delight you, or otherwise enrich your practice as a fiber artist by deepening your knowledge of spinning techniques or materials.
By Sasha Torres
Raise your hand if you believe that learning to swim happens in the water! Is your hand up? Whose wouldn’t be? You would think that learning to swim just happens in the water. But for kids, the messages we give about swimming start at home and in school. For adults, too, learning to swim begins on land. If you’re an adult who doesn’t know how to swim and you’ve tried to learn, guess what? The dry-land part was missing. And it’s essential! In the next 13 weeks, Learn To Swim Show host Melon (Mary Ellen) Dash will explain, outline, and demonstrate a new way to learn and teach swimming. She will bring an end to the yearning that millions of adults worldwide feel to know how to swim and the frustration they’ve experienced trying to learn the traditional way. The solution is known. The way is clear. It’s been proven for 30 years. May the world benefit. Ask your questions. Test what you hear. Challenge Melon. Everyone wins. Her book and DVD explain her teaching comprehensively. Visit conquerfear.com.
By Melon Dash
Podcasts of conferences, seminars and events hosted by the School of English, Communications and Performance Studies, Monash University
By School of English, Communications and Performance Studies, Monash University
Ces tests ont été conçus et validés linguistiquement et pédagogiquement, afin de correspondre fidèlement à ceux des sessions du TCF donnant lieu à l'attribution d'une attestation officielle.
What if we told you Bartholomew Columbus, Jerome Bonaparte and Kermit Roosevelt were all real people? Did you know that there is a direct link between Napoleon Bonaparte and tin cans? Thomas Jefferson and barbed wire? John Travolta and Forrest Gump? Dive into the rabbit hole of history's obscure facts and unique narratives with host Albort Einstone as he connects the dots between past and present. Join us for a hearty dose of Scattered Curiosities.
By Albort Einstone
Nick News with Linda Ellerbee, now in its 19th year, is the longest-running kids' news show in television history and has built its reputation on the respectful and direct way it speaks to kids about the important issues of the day. Nick News has received eight Emmy wins for outstanding children's programming.