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Sally James

6 Podcast Episodes

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Avoiding Teacher Burnout with Kiera Beddes, Cory Henwood, Sally James, and Taunya James

UCET Podcast

Join our host, Matthew Winters, for a conversation about avoiding teacher burnout with Kiera Beddes, Cory Henwood, Sally James, and Taunya James. If you would like to be on a future episode of UCET Podcast, please email matthew.winters@ucet.orgJoin us at UCET.orgOn Twitter @UCETOn Facebook On InstagramOn Youtube


19 Nov 2020

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76. Michael Hallsworth & Elspeth Kirkman with Sally James: Behavioral Insights

In The Moment podcast

In this week’s episode, Correspondent Sally James talks with Behavioral Insights Team members Michael Hallsworth and Elspeth Kirkman, who present a definitive introduction to the behavioral insights approach, which applies evidence about human behavior to practical problems. With support from their book, Behavioral Insights, Hallsworth and Kirkman describe core features, origins, and practical examples of this particular approach to problem solving. They examine how the approach is grounded in the use of evidence about human behavior to address problems, and experimentation to evaluate the impact of the solutions. They also take a look at the limitations and ethical implications of the approach, and consider what the future holds for this fast-moving area. Don’t miss this fascinating conversation—and stay in the know about what’s going on in this moment at Town Hall Seattle. Michael Hallsworth is Managing Director, North America at the Behavioral Insights Team (BIT) and an Assistant Professor (Adjunct) at Columbia University. He has been a leading figure in developing the field of applying behavioral science to government, having authored several influential frameworks such as the MINDSPACE report. His work has been published in the Journal of Public Economics, The Lancet, The Oxford Review of Economic Policy, and others. Elspeth Kirkman is a long-standing member of the Behavioral Insights Team (BIT). In her most recent role, Elspeth led BIT’s work on health, education, and local government. Before that she led the North American office between 2015 and 2018. She is currently on a secondment to the innovation charity, Nesta. She has published in academic journals and taught at a variety of institutions, most notably Harvard University and the University of Warwick. She is a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at King’s College London. Sally James is a science writer in Seattle. She has talked her way into autopsies, murder scenes, surgeries and medical research labs. She’s been writing for the South Seattle Emerald about the intersection of the pandemic and racism. She is past president of the nonprofit Northwest Science Writers Association, and volunteer in health literacy. Find her at www.seattlesciencewriter.com. Buy the Book: https://www.elliottbaybook.com/book/9780262539401 Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation click here or text TOWN HALL to 44321. 


2 Nov 2020

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PDAIS 4.21 Sally James

Professor Dave's Ark in Space

Dave is lucky enough to speak to the wonderful Sally James known as the star of Tiswas but there is so much more to her. Dave and Elizabeth have a brief look at the peak seventies movie Never Too Young To Rock JDRF is a charity helping people with diabetes. Please visit their page if you need assistance or would like to donate https://jdrf.org.uk/


18 Jul 2020

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World Wide News with Sally James

World Wide News

WorldWide News is a podcast on the latest news from around the globe.


10 Jun 2020

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42. Paul Tough with Sally James: Who Needs College?

In The Moment podcast

In this week's interview, correspondent Sally James talks with Paul Tough about challenges and inequities in America's higher education system. Tough explores problems with college funding, course offerings, and the differences in the ways which high-income and low-income students are taught to approach testing. Tough and James discuss the struggles and pressures students face to find enjoyment and success in their college experience, and Tough highlights the need for students to be informed about the nature of these institutions and the system as a whole when making decisions to enroll. Get an insider's look and stay in the know about what's going on in this moment at Town Hall.


3 Oct 2019

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Sally James: Fresh and Healthy

Danielle Lin Show: The Art of Living and Science of Life

100 Fabulous Heart Healthy Recipes Guest: Chef Sally James If you are a foodie, then this one’s for you! With eighteen glorious books under her belt and recipes that will ... The post Sally James: Fresh and Healthy appeared first on Danielle Lin Show.


3 May 2018