Pregnant podcasts

Bellies to BirthCast | Episode 4 | Homebirth After Emergency C-Section

Heidi Sylvester joins Bellies to BirthCast to discuss her decison to have a homebirth after an emergency c-section...

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Bellies to BirthCast | Episode 3 | Stephanie Precourt

Stephanie Precourt, mother of four, joins the Bellies to BirthCast to discuss her decision to 'break up' with her OB...

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Bellies to BirthCast | Episode 2 | Dr. Kerry Woodcock

Dr. Kerry Woodcock and her husband, Rupert Collins, discuss their decision to homebirth in the UK and Canada as well...

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SHR # 1318 :: Geophagy Explored: Go Eat Dirt... ::

SHR # 1318 :: Geophagy Explored: Go Eat Dirt... :: Guest: Dr. Sera Young :: Eating dirt is a phenomenon that has...

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Why Young Children Bite, How to Talk About It, How to Manage It

Why do young children who don't bite at home come to preschool or day care and suddenly mimic carnivores? Our guest...

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Child Abuse:Understanding the Mandatory Reporting Requirements for Educators

The definition of child abuse varies from state to state, as do the laws regarding abuse. The problem of...

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How Classroom Setup and Clutter Affect Learning and Behavior

Classroom setup and structure are critical elements in teaching and controlling behavior and student interactions....

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Four Strategies for Managing Unmanageable Students In The Classroom

You know the student we're talking about. Yes, the one who regularly makes you want to consider a new career. Dealing...

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DISSED! Part 1: The Teacher - Principal Relationship: Why Is It Often So Rocky?

We hear it all the time: teachers feel disrespected by principals; principals feel disrespected by superintendents;...

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Fine Motor Skills: To Important to Overlook

The development of fine motor skills are often a casualty of the rush to get young children up to academic speed. In...

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Why Are We Arguing about Professionalism?

Why is professionalism such a controversial subject among educators? Why is there a raging debate about whether some...

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5 Tips for Teaching Children with ADHD

There are reports that ADHD in children is on the rise. But are we seeing a growing epidemic of ADHD or simply an...

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Playing it Safe, Too Safe?

Of course parents, teachers, and school directors all want children to have safe environments in which to play. But...

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Banning Chocolate Milk...Really?

Hard to believe that with everything educators are dealing with today that chocolate milk has become controversial....

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Ganging Up to Fight Bullying

Fighting bullying requires a collective, collaborative effort among teachers, parents and school administrators. This...

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OMG! Parent -Teacher Conferences: Why They Fail, Making Them Work

Parent-teacher conferences are notorious for being dreaded, poorly attended and adversarial when they do occur. Our...

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Teaching Together: Moving from Isolation to Collaboration

Our guests disagree on whether teacher collaboration is new, but they all agree that teacher collaboration is...

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Three Great Reasons and Ways to Move Your Classroom Outdoors

According to our guests, immersing your students in nature offers many benefits to both students and teachers. Find...

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Is Teaching Keyboarding in Kindergarten Developmentally Appropriate?

Many argue that teaching penmanship is a thing of the past, but at what age should children be taught to use a...

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Victims of Excellence: Teaching Children to Learn From Mistakes, Parents to Allow Them

Learning from mistakes is one of those notions that is easier said than done. In fact, the way teachers and parents...

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