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The Arts of Language Podcast, with Institute for Excellence in Writing’s founder Andrew Pudewa, is a weekly podcast to support teachers of writing composition. Our goal is to equip teachers and teaching parents with methods and materials which will aid them in training their students to become confident and competent communicators and thinkers.
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This is the nineteenth episode of twenty-four in the podcast series Reviewing Our Greatest Hits. This show was initially launched on January 3, 2018, as Episode 122. Share the fun and gain some insights as Julie chats with homeschool mom and author Heidi St. John. After homeschooling for many years, Heidi pulled together her experience and wrote The Busy Homeschool Mom's Guide to Romance. Join us as Heidi shares her goal of strengthening families and offers her advice to busy moms who feel overwhelmed with the tasks at hand.Referenced Materials:Heidi St. John: The Busy MomPodcast with Kristin BoutrossPodcast with Laura House"But, but, but ... What about Grammar?" audio talk by Andrew PudewaStructure and Style® for StudentsIEW SchoolsJanet SpitlerThe Busy Mom's Guide to Romance by Heidi St. JohnBooks by Heidi St. JohnThe Firmly Planted Resource CenterHeidi's InstagramHeidi's Facebook PageRemember to send your questions to Podcast@IEW.com, and perhaps yours will be answered the next time we Ask Andrew Anything (AAA).If you have any questions about IEW or our products, do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team at 800.856.5815 or Info@IEW.com 
R18: Beating Burnout

R18: Beating Burnout

2019-11-1300:22:11

This is the eighteenth episode of twenty-four in the podcast series Reviewing Our Greatest Hits. This show was initially launched on January 24, 2018, as Episode 125. If you're like many families, then you've experienced a bit (or a lot!) of burnout at various times during a school year. Join in on the conversation as Andrew and Julie offer encouragement while they discuss the three laws for keeping you and your students motivated.Referenced Materials:"The Science and Art of Motivation"Article Audio talkPodcast Series: Part 1 | Part 2Suzuki Everything! Podcast Series: Part 1 | Part 2Teaching Writing: Structure and Style"The Seven Keys of Great Teaching" by Oliver and Rachel DeMille"The Four Deadly Errors of Teaching Writing"Article Audio talkPodcast Series: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4Remember to send your questions to Podcast@IEW.com, and perhaps yours will be answered the next time we Ask Andrew Anything (AAA).If you have any questions about IEW or our products, do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team at 800.856.5815 or Info@IEW.com
This is the seventeenth episode of twenty-four in the podcast series Reviewing Our Greatest Hits. This show was initially launched on November 8, 2016, as Episode 68. Branching off from last week's special education series, Andrew and Julie open up this conversation by discussing Gifted and Talented Education (GATE). Tune in to learn what it is, the challenges involved, and how IEW can be optimized so that students will have opportunities to use their abilities to the fullest. Referenced Materials:SPED Struggles and SuggestionsPodcast Series: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3ArticleGiftedness DefinedThe Myth of Laziness by Mel Levine, M.D. Theme-Based Writing LessonsTeaching Writing: Structure and StyleThe Blended Sound-Sight Program of Learning by Anna Ingham"The Science and Art of Motivation"​Podcast Series: Part 1 | Part 2ArticleAudio TalkRemember to send your questions to Podcast@IEW.com, and perhaps yours will be answered the next time we Ask Andrew Anything (AAA).If you have any questions about IEW or our products, do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team at 800.856.5815 or Info@IEW.com
This is the sixteenth episode of twenty-four in the podcast series Reviewing Our Greatest Hits. This show was initially launched on October 24, 2016, as Episode 66. To finish up their conversation on special needs, Andrew and Julie talk about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). In this episode Andrew and Julie examine some of the challenges of ADHD and provide suggestions for both language development and everyday home life. Be encouraged as Andrew emphasizes the value of IEW's Structure and Style® method because it allows your student to feel successful by breaking the overwhelmingly complex writing task into small manageable steps.Referenced Materials:The Gift of Dyslexia by Ronald D. Davis"General Prevalence of ADHD"Dr. Leonard SaxDr. Sax's BooksWhy Gender MattersBoys AdriftGirls on the EdgeThe Collapse of Parenting "Teaching Boys and Other Children Who Would Rather Make Forts All Day" by Andrew Pudewa"4 Reasons You Should Buy a Standup Desk—Right Now" by Michael Hyatt"Nature Deficit Disorder"Podcast Series: Part 1 | Part 2Audio talkRetrain the Brain by Jeanette FarmerWhy Teach Cursive Writing?"Special needs? IEW can help!" by Jill PikeRemember to send your questions to Podcast@IEW.com, and perhaps yours will be answered the next time we Ask Andrew Anything (AAA).If you have any questions about IEW or our products, do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team at 800.856.5815 or Info@IEW.com
This is the fifteenth episode of twenty-four in the podcast series Reviewing Our Greatest Hits. This show was initially launched on October 18, 2016, as Episode 65. Join us this week as Andrew and Julie discuss dysgraphia: what it is and how the methods and techniques taught in Structure and Style help break the overwhelming task of writing into small, manageable steps. They will also delve into strategies and principles for helping students with dysgraphia succeed in this skill of written communication.GO TO PART 1 Referenced Materials:Dragon Dictate SoftwareLearning Disabilities Association of America"The Four Deadly Errors of Teaching Writing"Podcast Series: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4Audio talkArticle "Pen and Paper: What the Research Says"Podcast Series: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3ArticleAudio talkPrimary Arts of LanguageTeaching Writing: Structure and StyleLinguistic Development through Poetry MemorizationRemember to send your questions to Podcast@IEW.com, and perhaps yours will be answered the next time we Ask Andrew Anything (AAA).If you have any questions about IEW or our products, do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team at 800.856.5815 or Info@IEW.com.
This is the fourteenth episode of twenty-four in the podcast series Reviewing Our Greatest Hits. This show was initially launched on October 11, 2016, as Episode 64. Since October is National Learning Disabilities Month, the Arts of Language Podcast brings to you our Special Education series. Join us as Andrew and Julie begin the series by talking about dyslexia. Drawing from his experience and training, Andrew provides insights on helping your dyslexic students. Andrew also discusses his mission of educating teachers so that they can best aid their students.Referenced Materials:"Thoughts on Dyslexia" by Andrew PudewaBarton Reading and Spelling System  Episode 159: IEW and Dyslexia: A Conversation with Susan BartonLindamood-BellThe Blended Sound-Sight Program of Learning by Anna Ingham, C.M.Primary Arts of Language by Jill PikeTeaching Writing: Structure and Style, Second Edition"Special needs? IEW can help!" by Jill PikeThe Phonetic ZooPremium Membership"The Power of Memorization"Podcast: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3Nurturing Competent Communicators by Andrew PudewaLinguistic Development through Poetry MemorizationStudent Writing IntensiveRemember to send your questions to Podcast@IEW.com, and perhaps yours will be answered the next time we Ask Andrew Anything (AAA).If you have any questions about IEW or our products, do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team at 800.856.5815 or Info@IEW.com
This is the thirteenth episode of twenty-four in the podcast series Reviewing Our Greatest Hits. This show was initially launched on September 15, 2015, as Episode 8. Over the past century there has been a great decline in thinking skills. Be a part of this week's conversation as Andrew and Julie examine what critical thinking actually is, and discover how good thinking is teachable, learnable, and practicable.Referenced Materials: The Four Language ArtsStudent Writing IntensiveAmusing Ourselves to Death by Neil Postman Underground History of American Education by John Taylor Gatto The Global Achievement Gap by Tony WagnerRemember to send your questions to Podcast@IEW.com, and perhaps yours will be answered the next time we Ask Andrew Anything (AAA).If you have any questions about IEW or our products, do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team at 800.856.5815 or Info@IEW.com
This is the twelfth episode of twenty-four in the podcast series Reviewing Our Greatest Hits. This show was initially launched on January 5, 2016, as Episode 24.Andrew and Julie open up their conversation this week by discussing the fading motivation to "do hard things" in our society. With an ever-growing need for proficient communicators, Andrew directs his attention to the importance of cultivating an environment where students strive for excellence and desire to become competent communicators and thinkers.Referenced Materials:"Reaching the Reluctant Writer"Do Hard Things by Alex Harris"Nature Deficit Disorder""The Strenuous Life" by Theodore RooseveltStudy Is Hard Work by William Howard ArmstrongWhat Got You Here Won’t Get You There by Marshall GoldsmithThe Global Achievement Gap by Tony Wagner"Soft Skills to Help Your Career Hit the Big Time" by Daniel BortzThe Science and Art of Motivation Part 1 | Part 2Remember to send your questions to Podcast@IEW.com, and perhaps yours will be answered the next time we Ask Andrew Anything (AAA).
This is the eleventh episode of twenty-four in the podcast series Reviewing Our Greatest Hits. This show was initially launched on April 25, 2018, as Episode 138."Why did the egg cross the road? Because it had the inclination." What makes certain jokes and phrases humorous? Building off of last week's conversation, Andrew answers this question as he discusses the eleven elements of humor. Don't miss the chance to hear Andrew crack a few jokes as he demonstrates the true joy that humor in teaching can bring.go to part 1REFERENCED MATERIALS:The Napoleon of Notting Hill by G.K. Chesterton (Amazon Affiliate) "Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout" by Shel Silverstein"Rebecca Who Slammed Doors for Fun and Perished Miserably" by Hilaire Belloc "Homework! Oh, Homework!" by Jack PrelutskyThe Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain (Amazon Affiliate) Republic by Plato (Amazon Affiliate) IEW's YouTube Channel "Andrew's Joke of the Month" YouTube PlaylistRemember to send your questions to Podcast@IEW.com, and perhaps yours will be answered the next time we Ask Andrew Anything (AAA).If you have any questions about IEW or our products, do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team at 800.856.5815 or Info@IEW.com
This is the tenth episode of twenty-four in the podcast series Reviewing Our Greatest Hits. This show was initially launched on April 18, 2018, as Episode 137.In part one of this two-part series, Andrew and Julie share a few laughs as they discuss humor in teaching. Learn the powerful health benefits of humor and gain some insight on the positive effects it can have in the classroom, from an increase in student participation to a cultivation of a deeper love of learning.REFERENCED MATERIALS:IEW's YouTube Channel "Andrew's Joke of the Month" YouTube PlaylistAndrew Kern Anguished English by Richard Lederer Remember to send your questions to Podcast@IEW.com, and perhaps yours will be answered the next time we Ask Andrew Anything (AAA).If you have any questions about IEW or our products, do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service Team at 800.856.5815 or Info@IEW.com
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