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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Katie Wood. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Katie Wood, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Katie Wood. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Katie Wood, often where they are interviewed.

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How to win MORE 401(k)'s with Benefits Brokers! Starring Katie Wood

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We all know the 401(k) plan fits into an employers overall benefits package, but how many of you are spending time working with the benefits broker. This relationship is one you need to work on and give back to if you want incredible results. Executive teams often turn to their benefits brokers and consultants for direction on the 401(k). Learn how to be top of mind when that conversation happens. Katie Wood is one of the best brokers I've ever met. If you are looking for help with a clients benefits you can find her here. Or email her at: katie.wood@usi.com

Remember (k)lub Sesh is every 3 weeks. More info here: https://www.401jake.com/sesh

#401k #financialdvisors #benefits #employeewellness

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Aug 20 2020 · 52mins
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Writing Workshop Essentials with Katie Wood Ray, Katherine Bomer, and Corinne Arens

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How can we create daily structures and routines that support writers?

Today on the podcast we're joined by Heinemann author and Classroom Essentials series editor Katie Wood Ray. We're also joined by Katherine Bomer and Corinne Arens, co-authors of the newest Classroom Essentials book, A Teachers Guide to Writing Workshop Essentials: Time, Choice, Response.

Guided by the research-based belief that children learn to write best when provided a predictable, daily writing structure, Katherine and Corinne introduce the basics of Writing Workshop, and suggest small, incremental steps towards implementing them.

Jul 23 2020 · 26mins
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NTEU Fightback defending university workers pay and conditions with Alma Torlakovic and Katie Wood

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The COVID-19 pandemic has halted the lucrative international student 'market' in Australian universities. As a result, university executives around the country moved to immediately sack or stand down hundreds of casuals and threaten to attack the conditions and pay of all workers in the sector. In response, the leadership of the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) have entered into negotiations that offer to 'sacrifice' hard-won conditions in a misguided attempt to save jobs. Rank and file unionists are organising and campaigning to resist any concessions and amendments to existing enterprise agreements through NTEU Fightback - Vote No - No Concessions. Roz and Liam are joined in a discussion of the issues by leading activists Alma Torlakovic and Katie Wood. 

For more on the campaign - https://www.facebook.com/NTEUfightback

Coverage in Red Flag - https://redflag.org.au/node/7170

Please support us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/redflagradiopodcast

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Follow our coverage of the crisis in Red Flag - https://redflag.org.au/

Hosted by Roz Ward. Produced by Liam Ward. 

Music by Dan Kenny. 

Subscribe to Red Flag newspaper - https://subscribe.redflag.org.au/

Contact the show - redflagradiopodcast@gmail.com 

May 10 2020 · 50mins
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Craft and Process Studies with Matt Glover and Katie Wood Ray

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Do you believe that all students should have opportunities to write in genres of their choice, but aren't sure how to get started?

Today on the podcast, author and editor Katie Wood Ray sits down with Matt Glover to discuss his latest book Craft and Process Studies: Units that Provide Writers with Choice of Genre. In Craft and Process Studies, Matt offers a wide array of units and strategies to fit into your existing curriculum that will raise student engagement and writing proficiency.

Jan 02 2020 · 35mins
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Reflecting Through Writing with Katie Wood Ray and Katherine Bomer

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Today on the Heinemann Podcast, we’re turning things over to Heinemann author and editor Katie Wood Ray as she interviews Katherine Bomer about her development as a writer and educator, and about her forthcoming book, A Teacher’s Guide to Time, Choice, and Response, a part of the Classroom Essentials series. Katherine says that the most important place for a beginning writers to start is with what they know, and what they believe. The rest, she says, is revision.

Here now, is Katherine and Katie. 

Sep 05 2019 · 29mins
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Katie Wood -081

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You are the author of the story of your life. Who do you want to be? What’s the footprint you want to leave on this earth? -Katie Wood

If you are in need of a push in the right direction, Katie Wood is just the woman to show you the way! Meet a woman who has devoted her career to helping women reach their fullest potential, to believe in themselves, and to not only dream, but DO! Determined to find a way to make money from home in order to put her family first, Katie joined Rodan + Fields, the popular skin care line. Along the way, she discovered that company founders Katie Rodan and Kathy Fields personified the kind of life she wanted to lead herself. Katie’s sense of entrepreneurship and her tireless work ethic are family values, inherited from her parents who risked it all to restore an old home by the ocean in Niantic, Connecticut. Now called The Inn at Harbor Hill Marina, the property is considered one of the nation’s most beautiful and successful bed and breakfast properties. Katie says: “my parents taught me that hard work will always pay off if you just keep going. Most people quit when they are just about to hit gold. I believe that if you can see it, you can do it.” Now expecting her fourth child, Katie and her husband experienced one of life’s most difficult challenges following the birth of their daughter Gabriella. Born with craniosynostosis, their daughter required 7 hours of emergency surgery and 150 stitches in her head at Boston Children’s Hospital. It was Gabriella’s brave journey that inspired a philosophy Katie lives by: “Gratitude is everything. Live your life like it is rigged in your favor.” Her website: www.katielwood.com is a treasure trove of inspiration including a 5 week online course called The Jourse and a monthly membership program called The Power of H.E.R. @BWME   #storybehindhersuccess    #16LifeLessons    #mydoveproductions
Aug 05 2019 · 25mins
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Amazing Mothers Katie Wood

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This week I talk to Katie Wood.

Katie is a mom of two living in England. Her story is a little different from most stories of motherhood, her daughter Emma has severe allergies that has shaped their lives and Katie's experience as a mom. 

We talk a lot about allergy awareness, about raising a kid with allergies and Katie shares with us the unseen parts of allergies, the hardest parts, the worry and the anxiety.

We also talk about the stigma of homebirth, judgement of motherhood and raising kids with a cause.

At the end Katie tells us the positive part of raising kids with a challenge.

The link to join Nest is: https://mailchi.mp/mamatoto.info/nestpreview

Jul 16 2019 · 58mins
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Modeling Conferences as Conversations: Katie Wood Ray, Jennifer Serravallo, and Carl Anderson

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Today on the Heinemann Podcast, author and editor Katie Wood Ray interviews Carl Anderson and Jenifer Serravallo, who both recently published two conferring books in Heinemann’s Classroom Essentials Series. Carl’s book, A Teacher’s Guide to Writing Conferences and Jen’s book A Teacher’s Guide to Reading Conferences were both edited by Katie Wood Ray. Katie says that conferring is, without a doubt, the most student-centered practice there is. She started the conversation by noting both the challenges and rewards of conferring, and asked both authors to share a story from a conference that was significant…

Feb 28 2019 · 27mins
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Making Books with Lisa Cleaveland and Katie Wood Ray

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What does it mean to be a writer? And how do we establish routines for our beginning writers?

Today on The Heinemann Podcast, co-authors Katie Wood Ray and Lisa Cleaveland on their new book: A Teacher’s Guide to Getting Started with Beginning Writers.

In this latest release of the Classroom Essentials Series, Katie Wood Ray guides us through the first days in Lisa’s classroom when writing workshop is a time — everyday— when her students make books. We see step by step how to launch primary writing workshop with beginning writers.

We recently spoke with Katie and Lisa about their strategy helps engage even the most beginner writers. We started out by asking Katie what children need to know about being writers…

Nov 08 2018 · 16mins
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The Classroom Essentials Podcast with Katie Wood Ray

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Today on the Heinemann Podcast, we’re excited to announce a new series of professional books. Joining me to talk about this special series is Heinemann author and editor Katie Wood Ray. Katie serves as the series editor of the forthcoming Classroom Essentials Series, and is also an author on one of the series titles. 

In the words of author Carl Anderson, “Good teachers aren’t born good teachers. Good teachers learn to be good teachers.”

Books in the Classroom Essentials Series seek to distill the most essential, student-centered practices, and bring the transformative power of foundational ideas to today’s busy teachers, reimagined in new and engaging ways. In each book, readers will see how today’s most progressive practices are built on a solid foundation of research and professional literature.

Our conversation begins with the origins of Classroom Essentials…

Jul 19 2018 · 20mins