SCOPE: School Counselor Opportunities and Professional Engagement
Ian Levy is an assistant professor at Manhattan College in Counseling and Therapy. He worked as a school counselor in NYC for five years. Dr. Levy's research examines hip hop based practices in schools as a culturally responsive approach to counseling assisting students in processing difficult thoughts and feelings through the writing, recording and performing of emotionally themed music.
On today's episode I have first time guest on the show, SF Comedian Ian Levy. Ian talks about his start in comedy, his recent experience as a finalist in the SF Comedy Competition and what its like to perform in different areas across California. We also talk about Oscar Meyer bologna face masks, Zoom Fatigue, and the difference between East Coast and West Coast butter. You can follow Ian on Instagram @poor_influencer Instagram/Facebook: @imgettingtherepod Twitter: @igtpod YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6Ca6CyeEAFR7eWnpufMBuqqJ6JjgoKdW Follow me on Instagram: @_michaelboothcomedy Twitter: @_mboof YouTube/Facebook: Michael Booth Comedy Support I'm Getting There by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/imgettingtherepod Find out more at https://imgettingtherepod.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Bay Area comedian Ian Levy has a hard time picking just one best day, and walks Pete through a childhood trip to the JellyBelly Factory, his father's wedding, his friend's wedding and a recent Saturday in which he ate chocolate cake for breakfast.
Katie K is joined by comedian, Ian Levy, to dish all things stand up at the Sac Town Comedy Get Down! Tune in to find out more about how Ian got started in comedy and his thoughts on the Sacramento festival!
Ian Levy discusses authentic empowerment of students through hip hop - a truly fantastic conversation. Read the associated article here: https://www.thirdeyeed.com/read/creating-space-for-student-empowerment Tell Third Eye what you think here: twitter.com/ThirdEyeEd
"Why did I feel like the only way I could relate to Black and LatinX students was by 'spitting' as a white dude" Welcome to the School of Hip Hop with Dr. Ian Levy. On this episode Jay and KB dive deep into the world of school counseling with TED Talk speaker, professor, and MC, Dr. Ian Levy. Ian discusses his upbringing and love for school counseling while challenging us to consider Hip Hop as an approach to both counseling and youth development. He also interrogates his own identity and speaks about the importance of authenticity. He ends his interview by blessing the mic and spitting a few bars for the show. You don't want to miss this!
Ian Levy is a Professor of Counseling for Manhattan College. When Ian was working as a School Counselor in the South Bronx (New York City public schools) Ian used his talent and experience as a Hip-Hop artist to engage with young people. He joins me today to share some practical examples of his work, as well as to explain what research he is doing into this area. Ian was kind enough to share the track "Showman," from his latest musical project "And Then It Glistens." You'll hear it as the intro music and then the entire song follows our interview. Check out the entire album on Apple Music or at his website: www.Ianplevy.com The Broken Brain's featured Charity this week is Upbeat NYC, a nonprofit music education organization for kids.
It's time to hit the hardwood on the latest episode of the Just End The Suffering podcast! Host Mike Phillips is joined by FanSided's NBA editor, Ian Levy, (15:48) to discuss the NBA's plan to return to action in Orlando on July 31. Mike also breaks down the hub models for the NBA and NHL with legal correspondent Phil Fraietta (33:21), revisits Space Jam (51:16) with pop culture correspondent Sam Derosa, and weighs in on the latest in baseball negotiations (6:16) on this week's show.
Fansided's Ian Levy on Darius Garland - Locked on Cavs podcast - April 1, 2020
Locked On Cavs - Daily Podcast On The Cleveland Cavaliers
On today's show, Fansided NBA director Ian Levy joins Chris and Evan to talk about Darius Garland, what the data says about Garland's rookie season and more.Hosts: Chris Manning and Evan DammarellGuest: Ian Levy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Wharton Moneyball - 1/29/20: Ian Levy, Michael Hill
The Wharton Moneyball Post Game Podcast
Ian Levy is creative editorial director for FanSided.com and manager of the NBA verticals The Step Black and Nylon Calculus. He has previously written for FiveThirtyEight, VICE Sports, Sporting News, and The Cauldron at Sports Illustrated.Michael Hill is the President of Baseball Operations for the Miami Marlins. He served as the General Manager from 2007 to 2013 before being promoted to his current role. He has 24 seasons experience in various front office capacities following his retirement from playing the sport Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.