January 12, 2021
Memory Athletes use techniques and tricks that enable them to remember long lists of information. Research shows that students who use memory strategies perform better academically, because these strategies help expand working memory and access long term memory. In this episode we sat down with 4x USA Memory Champion, author, and mountaineer, Nelson Delllis. Nelson wrote the book, "Memory Superpowers", that helps readers learn the secrets to remembering everything from the world capitals to the elements of the periodic table to speeches and soliloquies.
Watch our show live on our Facebook page, Noggin Educational Foundation, Tuesdays at 5:30 pm CST. For more information about School Dazed head to schooldazedshow.com.
January 6, 2021
Welcome to Season 3 of School Dazed! Many of us grew up believing that we didn't have math minds. Our guest would argue that educators have "taken the language of math and abstracted it beyond recognition, and that's why kids are confused." Dr. Randy Palisoc is 6th grade math teacher and in his TED Talk, "Math Isn't Hard, It's A Language" he explains how math can be made accessible for all students.
Watch our show live on our Facebook page on Tuesdays from 5:30-6:30 pm CST. For more information about our show head to https://schooldazedshow.com/
Other episodes to consider: The One About Understanding The "New Math"
November 18, 2020
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among adolescents (aged 15-19). The pressures of the global COVID-19 crisis have increased rates of anxiety and depression, and early studies by health officials suggest an increase in the rates of death by suicide in teens. We as parents, loved ones, and friends need to know the signs and be better equipped, if and when we hear a cry for help. Joining us in a discussion about adolescent suicide prevention:
Carol Deely - Founder, Gabriel's Light
Dr. Nicole Fisher, Psy. D. - Great Life Counseling Center
Kristi Wiley - Program Director, The Jordan Elizabeth Harris Foundation
October 14, 2020
These kids are making history! In this Kid Takeover episode we talked to students to hear about their experiences with in-person learning during the COVID-19 global crisis. I also invited my kiddos to help us start the show!
For more information about School Dazed head to schooldazedshow.com.
October 7, 2020
Our job as parents is to give our kids the wisdom and tools they need to grow into adults that flourish, but letting go can be hard! How do we assist them and at the same time give them wings? In this episode I invited health teacher and author, Jodi Maurici to talk to us about building independence and self-advocacy in our kids.
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September 23, 2020
Virtual Learning has been a challenge for so many families. The added complexity of having a student with a learning difference or special need can make learning that much more difficult. In this episode we sat down with 4 veteran educators who specialize in working with these students and provided valuable insight and advice to make learning in a virutal world more successful.
Watch our show live each Tuesday at 5:pm CST on our Facebook Page, Noggin Educational Foundation. For more information about our show head to schooldazedshow.com
September 18, 2020
Cold and flu season can be tricky for parents. The added complexity of COVID-19 will definitely make this cold and flu season interesting. In this episode we sat down with pediatrician Dr. Ahmad Anwar who talked to us about managing sick kids and in-person learning in the midst of a global pandemic.
Catch our show live on Facebook every Tuesday evening at 5:pm CST. For more information about our show head to schooldazedshow.com
September 2, 2020
In this episode we sat down with dietitian and nutritionist, Nara Reed. Nara talked to us about the impact of nutrition on academic achievement and behavior and how to help your family make healthy food choices.