Mani Pavuluri Interview

Hi Listerners, this is Rosetta Wood from Daily Spark.

Welcome to another episode of Daily Spark.

Today on our show we have a very interesting guest with an exceptional research and clinical background in brain behavior. I am proud to introduce Mani Pavuluri MD, PHD.

She is director of Pediatric Mood Disorders Program and associate professor in psychiatry at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She is the author of the book titled “What Works for Bipolar Kids”.

Bipolar disorder is a mental condition marked by alternating periods of manic, euphoric mood and major depressive mood.

Dr. Pavuluri is named as the Best Doctor, Top Doctor and Top Psychiatrist by her peers and consumers in USA.

Her scientific work is a trailblazer for how we understand brain circuitry function and medication effects on the brain function in mood disorders such as bipolar disorder and ADHD through functional magnetic neuroimaging technology.

We Teach by Tom Herner

If a child doesn’t know how to read, we teach.
If a child doesn’t know how to swim, we teach.
If a child doesn’t know how to multiply, we teach.
If a child doesn’t know how to drive, ride his bike, we teach.
If a child doesn’t know how to behave, we…….teach?……..punish?

Why can’t we finish the last sentence as automatically as we do the others?

Dr. Pavuluri gracefully shares with us the techniques she uses to help and teach children with behavior problems bipolar disorders using a process called Rainbow Therapy. These techniques will be of great value to children, teachers, parents and caregivers.

Listeners, lets join her as she begins!

Pattie Fitzgerald Interview

Hi. This is Rosetta Wood from Daily Spark. Welcome to another episode of Daily Spark. Today on our show we have Pattie Fitzgerald.

Pattie Fitzgerald has been successfully teaching Child Predator Safety Awareness since 2001. She is the founder and creator of Safely Ever After, Inc. and provides effective, non-fearful safety workshops, seminars, and keynote speeches at schools, community organizations, churches, and corporations throughout the United States. She has trained many crime prevention educators and children’s advocacy groups with her specialized programs, curriculum, and educational materials.

Pattie will be sharing with us about why we should teach our children about child safety awareness. When is the appropriate age to teach children safety awareness. How “Safe-Smart” can prevent victimization.

Bob Sornson Interview

Welcome to another awesome Daily Spark Podcast.

Today we have Bob Sornson!

Bob Sornson, Ph.D. is the founder of the Early Learning Foundation. He is a best-selling author and international speaker, trainer, and consultant.

As a teacher and school administrator, Bob recognized the importance of early learning success in the development of patterns of learning success which affect students for life. In Northville, MI he developed a model which decreased the need for special education placement and saved millions of dollars each year for the district. After founding the Early Learning Foundation in 2001, he developed a comprehensive early learning success model which includes identifying essential skills in each of the domains of early childhood, systematically measuring progress towards competency, and giving each child the time and instruction to develop essential skills. – Early Learning Foundation

Bob, will be speaking with us today about self-regulation. He strongly believes that self-regulation is the most important characteristic necessary for school success.

In this interview he will answer the following questions:

Why is self-regulation important and how does it relate to approaches toward learning?

And how can we help infants and toddlers began to develop these important skills.

In this interview, Bob gives awesome advice on why children who are able to self-regulate can do things like handle strong emotions, tolerate frustration, control their impulses, follow rules and expectations, pay attention in the classroom and delay gratification.

Bob, shares why children who are able to regulate or manage their emotions and behavior do better in school and have an easier time getting along with peers.

Bob shares the ages that all learning for infants and toddlers happens within the content of their relationship with nurturing and responsive adults.

Bob shares how self-regulation helps a child to regulate himself and to manage his reaction to sensations inside and outside the body.

Story of Rosetta Wood

Hey everyone, I’m Rosetta, and I want to thank you for joining me for the very first episode of Paleo Magazine Podcast.

Podcasting has become my passion. The dailies that come with being married for forty-three years and a mother of two, I still fine the time to fill my passion of podcasting. I enjoy educating people about eating healthy to improve their health to have more energy and live a happy healthy long life. I have learned that being discipline is a valuable tool since I was a private and public school teacher for twenty-five plus years. I enjoy living on soil of the northeastern part of New Jersey. I enjoy the seasonal farm fresh fruits and vegetables that my local farmers make available for me. In my podcast I talked about being a longtime New Jersey-ian and the advantages of having access to whole natural foods and the benefits they give to the human body when eaten and cooked properly like our Paleolithic friends did.

This podcast will help you implement the paleo diet into your lifestyle. This podcast will education you about the ways you can incorporate whole natural food in your diet using healthy recipes that contain the best meats, vegetable, fruits, legumes to help you improve your overall health. The information that you learn from my podcast will encourage you to share this information with your family and friends. This podcast will teach you how the Paleolithic lifestyle way of eating is healthier than the Standard American Diet. The typical modern diet contains a lot of chemicals that the human body is not create to digest on a daily basics.

Every week, I will be interviewing the most exciting and inspiring people from the Paleo community. Each podcast interview will be captivating in a special way, as each paleo contributor will be telling their own personal story. A real life story of the steps that lead them to the Paleo way of eating. Each podcast story has its special emotional value that will help you understand the lifelong health benefits of the Paleo lifestyle. The podcast contributors’ share a lot of books that you can refer to that contain recipes, shopping list, tips and techniques to keep you motivated.

Early Childhood Development

Hi, my name is Rose Wood and I was born and raised in a small Mushroom farming town in southeastern Pennsylvania. While raising my children, I developed a passion for children, so I took a job as a lead teacher in a private school teaching fourth grade.

I loved teaching and learned the importance of good education. In 2008 I received my Graduate school level teaching certificate from the State of New Jersey. I received The Teacher of The Year Award from an organization that I volunteered for. I have learned that being disciplined is a valuable tool since I was a private and public school teacher for twenty-five plus years.

As a mother of two, it’s never too early to start introducing your child to the joys of reading. Not only does reading open the doors to a lifetime of adventures, your child’s word smarts will set her up for success in school. I enjoy educating people about the importance early childhood education and that every child’s path to greatness starts at home. I became interested in this project because I realized, through my years in teaching, the benefits of early reading and how it can boost the confidence of toddlers and children. I am very passionate about this and I want you to take part in my journey.