Tag Archives: tutoring

[SUPPLEMENTAL] #431: Brett On the Isaac Morehouse Podcast + Important Announcements

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadIsaac Morehouse is an entrepreneur, thinker, and communicator dedicated to the relentless pursuit of freedom, and an advocate of self-directed learning and living. He is the founder and CEO of Praxis, an intensive one-year program combining real-world business experience with personal coaching, professional development projects, and interdisciplinary education for those who want more than college. We discuss socialism, the entrepreneurial spirit, college, tutoring, conspiracy theories, the origins of schooling ...

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[PODCAST] #343d: Dr. Darren Tapp – Can Private Tutoring Challenge the School Monopoly? (2015 Liberty Forum)

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadPart Four in our 2015 New Hampshire Liberty Forum Discussions Darren and I discuss his presentation Challenging the Educational Monopoly. Darren's Bio: Dr. Darren Tapp has spent over a decade teaching various mathematical concepts at a handful of colleges. Darren is currently teaching at New Hampshire Technical Institute, and Southern New Hampshire University. Darren is the founder of Dr. Tapp’s mathematical playgrounds, which bring concepts of arithmetic, geometry, and ...

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199: Parent Question – How Is My Educational Philosophy Impacting My Son?

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadTopic: Darrell calls in to discuss his concern that his understandably negative attitude towards public school might not be the best motivator for his teenage son. Discussion: -The importance of balance in life -Tutoring frustrations and resignation -The opportunities created by school performance and military service? -How the schools feed the military -Deferring happiness and self-actualization for the promise of a later payoff Look Closer: Schools Are For War

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149i (Porcfest Micro-Series): Brett Co-Hosts Declare Your Independence With Ernest Hancock

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThe final installment of the Porcfest Micro-Series. On Monday, June 25th, 2012, I co-hosted Ernest Hancock's Declare Your Independence radio show. This is Hour One of the show. Discussed: -My career Bumper Music: "Outback" Baka Deyond A great resource: Freedom's Phoenix http://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Front-Page.htm

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146a: School Sucks Radio #4 – The Challenges of A Thoughtful Tutor

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadCo-Hosts: Osborne, Mandrik The first hour of the show is predominantly a discussion initiated by a caller named John. He is a tutor seeking some advice on how to introduce some constructive criticism of the government school system to a struggling student and his father. Mandrik also discusses how "alternatives" to the mainstream schooling path have a certain stigma attached to them. This is hour one of the 5-31-12 ...

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117 (Supplemental): Brett On Porc Therapy With Stephanie Murphy

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadPorc Therapy is a pro-freedom relationship talk show that takes a unique look at the question of how we can attain the most individual liberty possible, starting with our personal lives and relationships with others. On Porc Therapy, host Stephanie Murphy explores ways to apply voluntaryist or libertarian principles – for example, peace, honesty, respect for natural rights, empathy and compassion, voluntary association, and individual sovereignty – to relationships ...

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083: Seeds (1 of 2) – Small People Can Be Dangerous

Podcast: Play in new window | Download(Part 1 of 2) For the last two months, I have been working primarily with younger kids (ages 6-10). While comparing and contrasting these recent experiences to my work with high school students, I gained a fresh perspective on this whole "school sucks" idea. Discussed: -Domination Systems -Crushing...courage, imagination, ambition, individuality -NCLB -Bureaucratic inertia in the tutoring business NOTE: This show was recorded in the car on February 18th ...

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016: Working Against Apathy

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadCritical Thinking Question: Simply put, what have my work experiences revealed about public education? Topic: I record a podcast while driving a car. During the drive, I ponder a couple of important professional questions, veer off course (podcast-wise), channel Stewie Griffin, and discuss what I think the real job of an "educator" should be. My Embedded Curriculum: (Within Mainstream Tutoring Services) -Logical Reasoning -Critical and Creative Problem Solving -Revival ...

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