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Advocacy Rally — a. Sessions a. Expo — a. Friday, November 16 a. Saturday, November 17 — a. Sessions — a. Closing Celebration. Wednesday sessions are generally 3 hours, Thursday and Friday sessions are 1. To search for sessions by track or other topic area, see pages 9 through Select an alternate for each of your chosen sessions in the event that meeting rooms are filled to capacity or the session is cancelled.
Grandes Comienzos The shooting star icon indicates that a session is part of our Grandes Comienzos initiative. This track provides translation of the Opening Plenary, features ten sessions and three posters in Mandarin Chinese, and offers a special Mandarin version of the Annual Conference program. Young Professionals The Young Professionals Track is a curated selection of 30 sessions— including one featured session—that are of particular interest to young professionals in the early learning field.
If you are a student, young professional, or beginner in the field of early learning, this track is an excellent introduction to your Annual Conference experience! All YPAC sessions are sponsored by:. Navigating Conference Sessions Looking for sessions on a specific topic? Browse Annual Conference sessions by track and popular topics. Numbers listed correspond with session numbers. Learning Environment 36, 37, 38, 98, , , , , , , Mathematics 39, 40, 41, , , , , , , , , , , , Men in Early Childhood 99, The Expo is an exciting gathering of more than companies, many with a long history of providing resources and solutions to the early childhood education community.
Make sure you visit the Expo as many times as possible to meet new people, demo the latest products, take home samples, and win great prizes. The Expo features snack options throughout the day and meals from the Expo Food Court on Wednesday evening, and during the scheduled lunch breaks on Thursday and Friday. Thursday, November 15, a. Friday, November 16, a. Saturday, November 17, No Expo Hours. All other sessions are relevant to educators of all children.
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As we go to press in October, the following arrangements have been confirmed. Please check the posters in your hotel lobby and at the Washington Convention Center for any changes. To make arrangements for a wheelchairaccessible shuttle, please call Some sessions, meetings, and networking events will take place at the Marriott Marquis Washington, DC. Download the Conference Mobile App! Stay connected, share photos and status updates, and get alerts! Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the Convention Center in all public spaces, exhibit halls, meeting rooms and ballrooms.
Curbside on 12th Street, NW. Curbside on Pennsylvania Avenue, NW. Grab a bite to eat in the Expo Food Court! Washington Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A Featuring convenient, for-purchase snack and meal options on Wednesday from to p. Those who registered after the regular deadline must bring their registration receipt to the Conference Registration area at the Washington Convention Center to pick up their badge.
On-site registration will be available to those who do not preregister. If you did preregister, you can pick up your copy of the Conference Program anytime during registration hours. Registration hours are Tuesday, November 13 — p. Saturday, November 17 a. Learn more about our NEW all-digital platform and see a demonstration. Staff are also available for one-on-one assistance during a minute consultation. Walk-in appointments are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign up online at ce.
Registration will be available online only. Please note that prior to attending sessions, participants will need to either download the form online at ce. Please visit ce. Participants must track attendance and complete a final assignment. Plan your daily visit to the Expo, where there is always something new to discover. See pages to for a full list of exhibitors. Expo hours: Wednesday, November 14, — p. No Saturday hours. To land a reservation at a top Washington, DC, restaurant or get tourist tips, visit the information booth in the main lobby of the Washington Convention Center.
A knowledgeable concierge from Destination DC will be on hand from a. Attendees can also call for help with restaurant reservations. Wednesday from to p. Candidates will make brief statements and discuss issues facing the Association. And be sure to VOTE! High-Quality Early Learning 2. The Profession 3. Organizational Advancement 4. Organizational Excellence 5. Leadership and Innovation. Room AB There is so much to discuss: Power to the Profession, three position statements in progress, a streamlined accreditation model, the work of our affiliates and interest forums, the continued value proposition of NAEYC membership, and the overall health of our professional association.
We advance a dynamic early childhood profession and support all who care for, educate, and work on behalf of young children. Moreover, NAEYC assumes no responsibility for any statement of fact or opinion presented at the Annual Conference, nor does acceptance of advertising, exhibits, or sponsorships imply endorsements of any products or services by the Association. A successful Annual Conference requires that we extend professionalism and courtesy to one another. At any conference, losses, theft, and petty crimes may occur. Please refer to page 21 for the shuttle bus schedule.
Note that hotels are not responsible for items lost in or stolen from guest rooms. Make note of the location of the emergency exits in the Washington Center and hotels. Business Center hours are Wednesday, November 14 a. The hours are: Wednesday, November 14 a. Please remember … … the Annual Conference is about children, not for children. For safety reasons, we cannot allow children or strollers into the Expo. If you intend to bring your children to DC, please be sure that you have arranged for their care in advance.
Your hotel may be able to direct you to available services in the area. Year-Round Platinum Sponsor HighScope is an early childhood leader dedicated to providing research-based, high-quality curricula, assessments, and professional learning that supports the important work of early educators, and the development of young children from birth through age eight. HighScope Educational Research Foundation is an independent, nonprofit organization well known for the Perry Preschool Project, one of the first early childhood programs in the United States intentionally designed to increase school success for preschool children.
Our developmentally appropriate classroom materials nurture a love of learning for every child and our research-backed curricula, assessments, and professional development enhance early learning programs. We are proud to support NAEYC in our shared commitment to advance the early childhood profession and promote highquality early learning for all children.
As a recognized leader in teacher and administrator education, the college is the choice of more than 56, students and alumni—including more than state teachers of the year. Programs range from teacher preparation to doctoral degrees and connect students with nationally recognized education experts, policymakers, and scholar-practitioners.
In , KinderCare Education earned their second Gallup Great Workplace Award — one of only 39 companies worldwide to receive the award — and acquired several early childhood education brands, including Rainbow Child Care Center. Platinum Sponsor Teaching Strategies provides the most innovative and effective curriculum, assessment, professional development, and family connection resources to programs serving children from birth through third grade. These sessions encourage attendees to take a closer look at a product or service, hear about research in the field, learn more about innovative applications of classroom technology, and engage in discussions about career development.
Thursday, November 15 — a. It encourages teachers to re-purpose assessment data into visual documentation rich with learning stories, create child-level portfolios, and build classroom newsletters. Come discover how to make learning and assessment visible to your families; come discover the COR Advantage. At the end of this session, one lucky winner will receive a free iPad! Children are immersed in age-appropriate digital resources focused on literacy, math and science. Students are also involved in child-friendly hands on activities, giving them the opportunity to communicate ideas, ask questions, make their predictions, and draw their own conclusions.
This parent engagement feature is available in over 30 languages. Presented by Genius PreK. Friday, November 16 — a. In Defense of Whole-Child At a time when educators throughout the birth to third grade continuum work tirelessly to meet the needs of the wholechild, curricular and assessment approaches that aim to separate content areas in discrete elements place more strain on an already taxed workforce, exacerbate the early learning and early elementary divide, and create confusion for children and families alike.
Although utilizing an evidence-based curriculum is a central component of quality early learning programs, a recent and unfortunate push for skill-focused curricula leverages claims regarding whole-child curricula that are both outdated and misguided. During this session, participants will have an opportunity to hear from thought leaders, champions, and pioneers of the whole-child approach, featuring voices from the research, practitioner, and curriculum development community.
Exciting new trends from across the nation will be highlighted. Your opinion is important to us! We look forward to reviewing your feedback and comments. We believe that every child deserves life-changing teachers! Teachstone is committed to supporting early childhood educators to improve the teacher-child interactions that impact child outcomes and drive positive development and learning. Marriott Marquis Room: Chinatown. This keynote address will be presented in English with simultaneous interpretation provided in Mandarin and Spanish.
Please remember to return your headsets after the Opening session! Sponsored by The Grable Foundation. The power of education gives power to our profession Sue Russell, T. Supporting early mathematics development: Research-based practices and resources for teacher educators, teachers, and families. Saturday, November 17 Washington Convention Center — a. Room A. The higher education system we all want: What does it look like? How do we get there? Get Loud for Early Childhood Education! Celebrate a successful Annual Conference with us!
Enjoy live music and many more surprises at the Closing Celebration. Ballroom C. Expo Grand Opening! Be sure to pick up your complimentary registrant bag at the Expo Grand Opening! Featured Session — a. From words to action: Establishing the professional obligations of the ECE profession to advance diversity and equity. Power to the Profession is a national collaboration to define and elevate the early childhood profession.
Because we know that qualified, wellprepared educators drive high-quality early learning experiences, we need your input in establishing a unified framework for career pathways, required knowledge and competencies, qualifications, standards, and compensation for all early learning professionals. Ready to stand up, show up, and shout out for early childhood education? Come get the support, information, and resources you need to make your visit a success!
Start your day the right way, with a few special guests and thousands of your fellow participants as we all GET LOUD for early childhood education! When: Thursday, November 15 at a. Keep an eye out for fellow conference participants wearing advocacy buttons, and take the opportunity to ask them how you can stand up so we can all stand together—for children, families, and each other. Calling all first time Annual Conference attendees! Are you new to the Annual Conference experience? Mingle with the Board Candidates Thursday, November 15, 2— p.
Take an hour to get to know potential NAEYC leaders and learn more about their early childhood journey. Wednesday Session — a. Room AB Adults. Wednesday Sessions noon— p. Room Thursday Session — a. Thursday Sessions — a. Luis A. Thursday Sessions — p. Thursday — p. Friday Sessions — a. Friday Sessions — p. Friday — p. Saturday Sessions — a. Saturday Sessions a. Whether in the classroom or the administrative office, you work hard each day to shape bright and successful futures for your students. With our online early childhood education programs, you can ensure that your future is just as bright.
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Contact a Walden University enrollment advisor for details. Interest forums are one of our most popular member benefits, offering discussion and dialogue around specific topics in early education. Want more information about interest forums? Join as many groups as you like and stay connected throughout the year! Do you like starting conversations about these topics with friends and colleagues online? Take your interest forum involvement to the next level and learn about becoming an interest forum digital facilitator! Digital facilitators spark conversation on Hello to advance knowledge and create excitement about the topics they care about.
We welcome everyone involved in early childhood education who shares a commitment to teaching, training, and preparing adults to do diversity and equity education with children, their families, and their teachers. We will also give special attention to the development of the new NAEYC position statement on diversity and equity. We invite you to join us for this dialogue! Contact Meghan Gowin at mlherron09 gmail.
So do we! Join us at the first business meeting of the new Early Math Interest Forum. We will discuss exciting new activities, professional development, and research in early mathematics education. We will also focus on what goals you have for this new interest forum and how we can support each other in our work throughout the year. For questions or more information, contact Kristen Reed at kreed edc. Marriott Marquis, Mount Vernon Square Calling all consultants and authors, or those who aspire to be.
Come to connect with colleagues, share your ideas, and plan for the future. New and experienced authors and consultants are welcome. For more information, contact Michelle Barnea at michelle. We work to support and reinforce efforts to connect young children and nature among those who work with young children through providing resources and sharing best practices, research, funding, and professional development opportunities.
Please join us at our annual meeting! For more information, contact Sheila Williams Ridge at will umn. Washington Convention Center, Room C A meeting of the Rural Children, Families, and Early Childhood Educators will be held to discuss the impact current federal policies and proposed legislation will have on young children and their families in rural America. For more information, contact Dr.
Cathy Grace at cwgrace olemiss. This is a place for all those who work with or are interested in infant- and toddler-related topics. Please come meet some of the leaders of the forum and others interested in joining. For more information, contact Benjamin Planton at benjaminp earlylearningindiana. For more information, contact Cathy Gutierrez-Gomez at cggomez unm.
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Come network with a range of professionals dedicated to ensuring developmentally appropriate practices in kindergarten. This informal gathering of the Kindergarten Interest Forum is a time for sharing resources and stories and building connections. For more information, contact Cody Summerville at summerville. Marriott Marquis, Congress Teacher research is high-quality professional development for teachers and teacher educators.
The Voices of Practitioners: Teacher Research Interest Forum will share the benefits of teacher research for professional practice with the entire NAEYC community, as well as offer resources and support for aspiring teacher researchers and teacher educators. Please join us for our first meetand-greet to share ideas and learn more about the forum! Contact Danielle Savory Seggerson at or dsavory gmail. Join the Technology and Young Children Interest Forum to discuss issues related to the developmentally appropriate use of technology with young children. New members are always welcome! Contact Diane Bales at dbales uga.
Many members are. Thursday, November 15 continued experiencing increased involvement with children who are at risk and children identified with special needs. Our goal is to provide a positive approach to working in partnership with families to support the development of these young children. Join us and share information and experiences from your local Affiliate. For more information, contact Mary Wonderlick at wonderlick. Marriott Marquis, Dupont Circle The Black Caucus Interest Forum will continue its inquiry-based focus on exploring the issues, research, and efforts related to the achievement gap impacting children of color.
Our activities include collaborating with other interest forums and individuals both internal and external to NAEYC. For more information, contact Caucus co-chairs Jerlean Daniel and Maurice Sykes at blackcaucusif gmail. Contact Michael Coventry at hello naeyc. We believe in a universal understanding of spirituality which opens up conversations that can include children from all backgrounds. During this meeting we will begin a new journey in looking at the relationship of YCS and diversity and equity in early childhood education.
For more information,contact Deborah Schein at schein. AIF brings together early childhood practitioners who are interested in learning and sharing their perspectives on educating and providing optimal and culturally responsive environments for young children of Asian descent around the globe. The members of the Asian Interest Forum examine the implications of shifting demographics and the latest research to inform our practices when serving children and families of Asian descent. We look forward to meeting you in person!
For more information, contact Sandy Baba at sandybabaece gmail. Washington Convention Center, Room The NAEYC Early Childhood Science Interest Forum connects early childhood educators—those who are new to science and those who are passionate about teaching it—for the purpose of creating a national dialogue around issues related to science teaching and learning. We meet, network, share resources, discuss access to quality resources, view short videos, and discuss some more—and also plan for the upcoming year.
Contact the leadership via email at naeyc. There will also be a dinner after the business meeting for anyone who would like to join us. Contact Robin Fox at foxr uww. Friday, November 16 continued The Peace Education Interest Forum will meet immediately following its seminar on civility,to welcome new members and anyone interested in helping young children learn to get along with one another, or helping themselves and others spread peace in the world. We will also witness P. For more information, contact John Surr at jvsurr gmail.
Join us at the Children of Incarcerated Parents Interest Forum annual meeting to discuss how the early childhood community and others in your area and nationwide responded to and supported children who were separated from their parents at the U. For more information, contact Fran Roznowski at froznowski cpsd. Men in Education M. Network Interest Forum invites men and women to its annual meeting to learn and share information on a variety of activities for men, fathers, and others who have an impact on the lives of young children.
Find out how to recruit more men to your program and how to support and retain the men you already have. Help set the future agenda for the interest forum, have fun, and make new friends! For more information, contact Bryan Nelson, bgnelson menteach. Join leaders of Defending the Early Years DEY , an organization which works to support and nurture the rights and needs of young children, and members of the Community Collaboration Interest Forum, to learn more about how you can work in your educational community and beyond to advocate for developmentally appropriate practices, curriculum, standards, and assessments for young children.
Light refreshments and cash bar will be provided. For more information, see www. This meeting is open to all members and potential members of the forum. Please come and join us in this work! For more information, contact Jim Johnson, jej4 psu. Invest in the success of your program. Valid for incoming students only. Scholarship expires June Inquire today.
Information on PITC trainings and materials will be available. Marriott Marquis, Treasury. A reception honoring the legacy of Carolyn Pope Edwards — An outstanding scholar, researcher, and educator, Carolyn Edwards was one of the most influential leaders of her generation in the early childhood field.
If you would like to attend, please contact Julie Jones-Branch at jjonesbranch gmail. Marriott Marquis, Capitol. On-site registration is not available. Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in Early Childhood. Want to receive theWant latestto inreceive early childhood the latest in early childhood education news andeducation content, along news and with content, along with breaking announcements breaking from announcements NAEYC? Be sure to follow our social sure media to follow accounts our social on media the accounts on the following channels and following keep the channels conversations and keep the conversations started at Annual Conference started at Annual going!
Conference going! Washington, DC! Inspired by the Inductees of the National Inventors Hall of Fame, our preschool through 9th grade programs are designed to impact young minds through fun, hands-on activities infused with the spirit of innovation! Meet us at the beach! Stay tuned in early for updates and announcements on presenting and registration. An exciting paired training opportunity for those new to project approach and for those wanting advance project skills.
Engaging, Practical and Scientifically Substantiated. To bring them to you go to bestpracticesinc. Developing and motivating an effective team is a critical part of the success of any early education program. This workshop will provide an overview of the differences between managing and leading a team, introduce the theory of collaborative leadership, and teach the progressive stages of team development.
Featured Session 2 Strategies for eliminating the achievement gap in early childhood education noon— p. As a means of elevating the academic engagement of Black and Latino children, diverse scholars and practitioners have written about the cultural capital that children of color bring to educational settings.
It matters not only what is taught, Barbara Bowman Kirsten Cole but how it is taught. This interactive session will bring to life the May Special Issue of Young Children on the achievement gap by examining several of the recommendations made. Awareness, after all, must be followed by informed action if the very real issue of the achievement gap that starts early and has steadfastly persisted is to be overcome.
Advance registration is required through the Affiliate Relations Department. Seating is limited. For more information, please contact the Affiliate Relations team at affiliate naeyc. Inspired by the use of design thinking principles and shaped by the collective wisdom of the participants involved, we will generate a shared vision for our workforce and use a creative process to design creative solutions for addressing the issues in early childhood education that impact our everyday lives.
Washington Convention Center, Room A This interactive workshop will share findings from an Art as a Way of Learning AWL initiative that examined how a growth mindset is activated and developed through teacher—artist collaborations in four early childhood classrooms ages 2 through 5. This inquiry expands our understanding of the collaboration process and reveals the challenges ECE teachers and community artists address, both personally and with children, in promoting a growth mindset through artistic learning.
Classroom teachers and visiting artists will share their stories and engage participants in meaningful visual and theater artmaking experiences that highlight a growth mindset. Cognitive Development 6 Building cognitive capacity to support school readiness — a. Washington Convention Center, Room A This interactive session for advanced teachers will explore the recent research as it relates not only to school readiness but positively impacts executive functioning and self-regulation skills. During the presentation, teachers will be asked to examine their current practice and decide if their strategies are effective.
Teachers will also identify,. In addition, there will be small group discussions around how increasing cognitive capacity can reduce stress in both teachers and children. Washington Convention Center, Room A The all-day kindergarten offers unique opportunities to devote time to projects, and in this session you will learn about the essential steps in conducting projects, how to integrate early learning standards into projects, and how to conduct assessment for learning in the context of projects.
Presenters will showcase multiple real-life kindergarten projects, with themes of joyful learning, engagement, and creativity. Presenters will also share strategies for integrating learning standards, conducting assessments, and completing a project cycle, as well as modifying the daily schedule to accommodate projects.derivid.route1.com/teora-y-prctica-de-la-habana.php
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Washington Convention Center, Room A This session will explore how to understand and develop curricula for infants and toddlers. It will distinguish between planning the facilitation and expansion of infant- and toddler-initiated learning experiences and the development of lesson plans. Presenters will identify and explore learning themes upon which infants and toddlers gradually grow their knowledge, as well as ways to integrate learning across developmental domains as part of curriculum planning.
Washington Convention Center, Room AB The ability to think well is the foundation of a successful, happy, and healthy adulthood. Neuroscience provides insights into how thinking develops and how to create a thinking person. To learn to think, children must do the thinking!
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In this session, participants will learn how children develop thinking skills, and they will be able to identify three essential components of a thinking classroom— physical environment, curriculum experiences, and teacher-child interactions—which support development of the ability to think. Multiracial children are seen as bridges between races and proof that negative attitudes about interracial relationships are declining. That may be true, but many multiracial children struggle with forming healthy racial identities.
This interactive workshop will explore how children develop racial and multiracial identity and how adults can support healthy racial development. Participants will learn and practice research-based strategies that can limit the effect of internal and external racial messages through selfreflection and large- and small-group activities. Participants will leave with an action plan and resources to continue their work in supporting the development of all children. Washington Convention Center, Room B This interactive session introduces participants to the Can Do Philosophy, a mindset that highlights the linguistic and cultural assets that children, teachers, and families bring to early care and education settings.
Participants will explore tools designed to support language development and have opportunities to share and interact with each other, synthesize their learning, and plan for application within pre-K settings. Washington Convention Center, Room AB During this interactive session, participants will have an opportunity to develop their activism skills. We will learn from seasoned early childhood educators and activists who will share their powerful stories of taking action for social justice.
Participants will learn to identify and define relevant social problems and issues that are impacting early childhood communities, children, and families, and to develop their ability to join with others to plan and carry out collective action against exclusion, prejudice, and discrimination in early childhood contexts. Participants will leave the session inspired and equipped with concrete strategies to make a difference in their classrooms, workplaces, and communities.
Learn about the Code and how to use it to guide your actions and responses to ethical dilemmas. Washington Convention Center, Room AB Join us for an important conversation about race and young children as we share information about P. Children as young as 6 months recognize skin color differences. By 3 years, the majority of children, regardless of their race, demonstrate a White preference. Members of the P.
The focus of the session will be the significance of race in early education, including the recent literature on implicit bias. The session will offer practitioners opportunities to explore their own racial journeys, engage in stimulating dialogue about ways to introduce conversations about race, and participate in hands-on activities designed to generate peer-to-peer exchange. Washington Convention Center, Room C In this workshop, the facilitators will lead participants through discussions and scenarios to discuss how LGBT early childhood members and their straight allies are supported in their schools, centers, and communities.
Through interactive discussions, the presenters will assist in problem-solving issues that have arisen for the attendees. Washington Convention Center, Room A Presenters will discuss successes and challenges of diverse programs and implementation of culturally appropriate education for Native students. Participants will learn how to support children in tribal communities with developmental delays who either do not qualify for early.
Washington Convention Center, Room B This annual session presented by the Latino Interest Forum brings together an analysis of current research, innovative practices, policy ramifications, and the collective commitment for quality care and learning opportunities for all children. Speakers will provide overviews of current research, trends, and practices being implemented in various corners of the country.
They will highlight programs that positively impact Latino families and children in rural and urban America and that authentically make a difference in the lives of children. They also will learn to identify best practices in early childhood education and incorporate the latest information into early childhood teacher preparation. Poster and roundtable presentations will provide opportunities for attendees to participate in discussions with presenters related to the various presentation topics connected to the conference theme: Leading the Way and Advocating for Quality Through Early Childhood Teacher Education.
In addition, the keynote speaker will invite participants to reflect upon their own professional practice in the field of early childhood teacher education. Participants will create their own natural playscape designs and discuss curriculum ideas and implementations strategies in small and large groups. We will discuss the basic elements of playscape design—changing topography, creating pathways, and adding boulders, sand, and water.
Rusty Keeler, Just Play Project. Washington Convention Center, Room AB This session will highlight the challenging impact of trauma for children, caregivers, families, and professionals in a therapeutic preschool program with parent support services. Central to the workshop will be the demonstration of how to apply an attachment framework and reflective practices for the benefit of all. A balance of theory, real-world classroom scenes, and staff-support activities will be presented. Video recordings of classroom scenes will also help illustrate core concepts of attachment theory, particularly drawing on the Circle of Security developmental paradigm.
Presenters will offer key ingredients in supporting quality classroom staff through a variety of reflective practice activities delivered on an individual and team basis. Washington Convention Center, Room C This presenters will a introduce participants to the importance of connecting children with nature, b explore natural playscape design, history, and theory, c inspire hands-on design and drawing, d incorporate nature-based curriculum development and delivery, and c lead the group through project implementation and planning of yard transformations at their own facilities.
The session will cover what a natural playscape is and why it is important, share the latest relevant data and research,. Washington Convention Center, Room AB In this session, four DC public school teachers will discuss how they engaged the youngest learners to be citizens in the here-and-now. The Children are Citizens CAC project is premised on the belief that young children are not just future citizens but present-day citizens, with the right to express their opinions and engage in the cultural and civic activities of their city.
Washington Convention Center, Room This session will provide a brief picture of Chinese early child education with the intent of bridging the international gap in terms of ECE between China, the US, and other countries. Presenters hope to inspire US and global professionals by sharing Chinese kindergarten perspectives, including strategy, training, collaboration, technology, and standards by using video, music, internet, and case studies.
Washington Convention Center, Room AB Joan Lombardi will facilitate a discussion with multilateral funders and members of civil society on global priorities in early childhood development. Learn about the growing movement to invest in young children as the best way to support thriving societies. Following the panel presentation, NAEYC will provide an overview of our technical assistance with the Saudi Ministry of Education and its connection to their large scale societal reforms.
This session will be presented in English and supported with Mandarin. Washington Convention Center, Room Este taller ayudara a equipar educadores a desarrollar diferentes estrategias dentro del aula en su rutina diaria. Washington Convention Center, West Salon I This workshop will highlight the importance of the focus we choose and the words we use in communicating with children. Much attention has been paid to nonverbal communication, and with good reason. Our intent, tone, and body language contribute to our messages.
The goal of this workshop is for participants to understand the reasoning behind word choices and to experience the power of words through activities and examples. The session will be structured so that participants are able to experience the information on a personal level, give feedback to each other, and rehearse each new skill set as it is shared.
Washington Convention Center, Room AB This session will address a number of different challenging behaviors that can be observed in the classroom and cause a disruption in the delivery of curriculum. Participants will learn a variety of simple strategies to implement with all students.
Classroom management techniques will be shown and discussed. An overview of behaviors displayed by children with autism and ADHD will be shared, along with strategies in how to best serve children with special needs and behavior issues. Amy Huebner, St. Washington Convention Center, Room B In this interactive session, we will discuss the latest research and findings regarding health and safety in early education and child care settings.
Participants will learn how to identify best practices for policies, training staff, and resources to address the management of infectious diseases and chronic health conditions, including exclusion and inclusion criteria. Washington Convention Center, Room A A panel of seven award-winning authors and illustrators and a literacy consultant will share their unique styles and perspectives and the ways they have chosen to engage and captivate young readers.
They will discuss the impact of words and visuals, and the powerful synergy they create in presenting fun-to-read stories, in introducing and developing fascinating characters, and in introducing engaging fiction, nonfiction, and interactive books. Washington Convention Center, West Salon G This session examines key developmental principles and researchsupported instructional practices for prekindergarten and kindergarten teachers that engage young learners in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
Participants will practice several instructional strategies that engage young children in high-quality literature experiences and explore ways to link oral language, critical thinking, and literacy learning in preschool and kindergarten classrooms. Washington Convention Center, Room AB This session supports administrators in creating a compassionate, connected staff family as the foundation for positive school climate. Each classroom environment is embedded within the context of the entire school environment, so we must start at the top when creating positive learning environments.
One of the many reasons teachers leave schools is lack of motivation and support from administrators and coworkers, and turnover affects quality of care, child outcomes, and family engagement. Participants in this session will learn about several ideas and methods for increasing the socialemotional health of their entire school family and will be able to create a plan for implementing intentional strategies and practices to motivate, encourage, and develop positive connections between administrators and teachers and extend these connections to individual classrooms.
If you have, then this workshop is for you. We will assess whether too much caution is creating children who are unable to calculate risk perception and develop other crucial skills such as problem solving, developing friendships, and learning their own strengths and limitations. Washington Convention Center, Room B In this session, participants will a examine and discuss what goes into creating a caring, connected community that embraces diversity for all; b identify and share ideas that create a culture of kindness and empathy from classroom to center level that includes children, families, and staff; and c examine and develop tangible ideas for creating rituals and traditions that facilitate a diverse community of caring.
Mathematics 39 If you build it, they will come: Purposeful integration of mathematics within STEAM science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics — a. Washington Convention Center, West Salon H While research confirms that young children will intuitively use materials such as blocks or LEGOs to engineer elaborate structures, this informal activity benefits from the intentional planning of teachers to encourage a deeper understanding of formal mathematical concepts.
The presenter will focus on the mathematical content and specific skills that young children encounter during developmentally appropriate, meaningful, and playful STEAM-related projects and explorations. Using differentiated math games as a teaching strategy in pre-K through grade 2 noon— p. Washington Convention Center, Room B Come prepared to play math games using easily found manipulatives such as cards, dice, and dominoes that teach the following early numeracy concepts: counting; comparing numbers; learning numbers to 10, 20, and beyond; place value; strategies for developing operational and computational fluency; and more.
Participants will learn how to a create effective math stations and to differentiate for small group instruction, b incorporate math journal and math talk extensions into their math games, and c use game response for formative assessments. Game boards will be provided for participants to take back to their classrooms. Ideas for follow-up differentiation will be shown for each game so that participants leave the workshop with a wide variety of strategies to implement in order to meet the needs of all learners in their classrooms.
Washington Convention Center, Room B In this workshop, teachers, librarians, and other educators will identify and examine powerful characteristics of picture books that promote mathematical discourse and discovery. Through video analysis and hands-on activities, participants will explore the connections between stories, play, life experiences, and big ideas in early math.
They will participate in a story-time session, followed by a reflective discussion of the experience, with a focus on language and visual supports that provide math learning opportunities for all children. Music 42 Music learning supports all learning! Presenters will break down the connections between music-making and early learning domains, present recent research in the field, and explore music-andmovement activity ideas and techniques that participants can use right away in their work with children.
Play 43 Story dictation and dramatization: A power play across the early childhood curriculum — a. A Guide for Partnering with Early Childhood Teachers Filled with information, guidance, reflections, and insight about using Powerful Interactions to coach teachers Item First and foremost, they learn through their bodies. In fact, some learning cannot even happen until children have mastered sophisticated movements with their bodies.
For example, by developing their core strength, they will be able to sit and draw. Through videos of children moving both inside the classroom and in the outdoor environment, participants will be asked to examine their own assumptions about rough-and-tumble play, including such things as risk taking and aggression.
Washington Convention Center, Room AB Play has served as an essential component for whole child development in the lives of children for generations. Engaging in daily episodes of play transpose home and school allows for stimulation of the sensory spectrum that invigorates the spirit and enlivens the soul. In this session, prominent play scholars from across the country will present current empirical research across multiple disciplines, examining various aspects and complexities associated with current play policies and practices and offering research-based practical strategies for including play as an essential component of whole child development.
Marriott Marquis, Chinatown Play is important to humans because it supports all of the domains in every stage of development, yet educators often face the challenge of defending play. In this session, each presenter will provide information designed to empower participants to serve as advocates for play. The presentations will portray topics such as playground literacy, the wisdom of theorists, data from recent research projects, and personal reflections about utilizing tools for advocacy.
We will advocate for play in a persuasive way.
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Participants will engage in four types of play—math games, guided inquiry, imaginative words, and technological gadgets—and experience the various benefits of these play forms to teaching and learning process. Participants will also compare and contrast different types of play with regard to their uses—such as building new vocabulary, engaging in new discoveries, and deepening concept understanding.
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Washington Convention Center, Room A In this interactive, hands-on session, participants will engage in a series of unique and enjoyable play experiences using a variety of open-ended, reusable resources. Attendees will gain an awareness of how the practice of self-active play aids in a focusing the mind, b stimulating the imagination, c promoting problem solving, d strengthening reasoning with higher levels of cognitive complexity, and e developing a deeper appreciation for the power of selfactive play as a creative, meaning-making activity. Learn how to transform your professional practice to incorporate self-active play in your classroom.
Discover how to use it as a tool to develop more effective and enjoyable adult learning and in the teaching of mathematics, science, literacy, art, and social studies, while also improving social emotional well-being. Door injuries happen everyday and there IS something you can do to prevent them. Contact us today for more information! Do you wonder why you are standing in front of a room full of grownups when you are far more comfortable leading 4-year-olds at circle time?
If so, this session is for you! Becoming an Effective Early Childhood Professional Development Provider is a train-the-trainer curriculum created to increase the skills of early childhood leaders who have content knowledge but little background in designing and delivering professional development. You will leave this handson, minds-on session with tons of great ideas to incorporate into your future professional development sessions—including openers, closers, refreshers, and rechargers—whether you are teaching early childhood practitioners about developmentally appropriate practice, sharing behavior strategies with family members at a parents workshop, or planning to present at an upcoming conference.
Washington Convention Center, Room C In this session, a panel of experienced consultants will share their insights and the strategies they have used to build their consulting practices for supporting early childhood educators. New and experienced consultants will be able to learn techniques for setting up their business and for providing professional development to early childhood providers in a variety of settings.
Other topics will include goal setting, planning, and developing a consulting implementation plan. With the growing number of consultant roles in the field, a greater knowledge of diverse requirements—for both content and funding compliance—is necessary. Washington Convention Center, Room AB The focus of this workshop is to share key strategies for school leaders to inspire educators to be fully committed to their own professional growth and development.
The session will be centered around the fundamental issues that school leaders face, including a how to motivate and inspire teachers to continually grow and develop, b how to infuse positive energy into all aspects of the school culture, c how to take meaningful actions to improve the school culture, and d how to embrace change. Washington Convention Center, Room C Creating a research- and evidence-based training requires thought and adequate preparation.
This session will provide those who train adults with hands-on practice in developing training sessions. Trainers will leave with resources and new ideas to use in developing their next training. Participants will identify and discuss the six principles of adult learning, the components of effective training sessions, and training methods and presentation techniques. Washington Convention Center, Room C This interactive workshop is designed to discover the compassionate leader in you, investigate your passions and leadership dispositions for teaching, and identify the power of teamwork and communication skills for effective collaboration.
Explore effective ways to mold your personal leadership style by discovering the power of flow and investigating attributes that create flow and passion into the heartbeat of teaching. Educators will envision themselves as leaders in early childhood and examine their leadership strengths as well. Identifying essential personnel policies and procedures that are legally sound and reflect current law — a.
Ant tells us a Tim Sabean story, engages in some "stock talk," and we see a video of people waiting on line for a new iPhone and the cops that ruin it all. Kidding KtC. We then view a clip of Obama showing a blatant lack of respect and find out who the newest lucky bastard is to get unblocked by Ant thanks once again to Ticket University. Ant wraps up the show talking about a guy from New Delhi and showing us a video about a man who suffers from P. Rich Vos sits in studio with Anthony to talk about road life and the reinventing that happens after doing reality TV.
Rich absolutely rips Ant's "live audience" apart, Vos defends his right to own German cars, Ant defends his multi-cultural friends, and Vos destroys the "live audience" once again. Unfortunately the feed goes down get your shit together Rat!! Ant recaps Vos's appearance on yesterday's show and the poker party shenanigans that went down afterwards, picks apart Al Sharpton's take on Attorney General Eric Holder's resignation, discusses how Sharpton has changed over the years, plays a song he wrote about Rev Al back in "the day," and we hear from a couple of the lovely callers.
We watch part of Obama's speech regarding this resignation, are treated to a video of a whale of a woman, and hear about a kid named Tyler who started a petition after being called a "Gaytard. Ant then gets into the news story of a beheading in Oklahoma, shows us a clip from Bill Maher, one from The View, and also discusses Muslims and their laws. He shows us full bush from American Apparel, tells a few pube stories, and takes some calls.
Ant kicks off the show by discussing Opie and Jimmy resigning their contracts with SiriusXM, tells us about the plans he had with the station had he not been fired, and takes calls from the fans on this topic. Ant goes over a story about another good looking teacher going to prison for fucking a student and then a one regarding young kids learning about sex in school.
A scratchy voiced Ant starts the show talking about Ebola coming over from Liberia, the effect it has on people, and how it can be spread. We also hear what Jesse Ventura has to say about Ebola, learn about a Brooklyn teacher facing 36 counts of kidnapping and criminal sex against minors, a teacher from Louisiana arrested for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a student, and then the glorious callers chime in. The show ends with us enduring a call from Lady Trucker and Lady Di, talking about rapey porn, and chatting about message boards.
Ant starts with a bit of bragging about his new iPhone Plus, we get breaking news from California, talk a little smack on the Jitterbug phone and the HurryCane, and go over common sense when it comes to spreading Ebola. Michael Skolnik then joins the show via phone for an intense debate about race, equality, and the culture of our nation. After a few more callers, we see how advertisements have changed over the years and end the show viewing a few clips from a straight up crazy bitch.
He then talks about Jennifer Lawrence speaking out on her nudes being leaked, privacy being violated thanks to the cloud, and we learn that Jill Nicolini is preggers…maybe. Ant shows us a new clip of a sleepy Mike Francesa, a video of a window smash and tasering, and one of a celebrating flasher. We listen to a TMZ tape of Stephen Collins admitting to kid touching, Ant tells us a story about calling into the Howard Stern show, and takes some fantastic not phone calls.
Dani Golightly sits in to yap about her phone being stolen, we watch a Phil Robertson sermon on gay marriage, Colin gets a new drink as we all wait with baited breath and then god only know why but, they take some more phone calls. We hear about yet another apology in the news, a teen that killed his mom, cops gone wild, and discuss race relations between cops and civilians.
Ticket University helps HummerJon get unblocked and while the power returns, the show continues outside of the studio. We hear a bullying story out of Italy, read some tweets from a possibly drunk Louis CK, and he ends the show with a few videos involving unnecessary violence. After a few lost feeds bear with us folks! They wrap up by chatting about ISIS, working from home, video games, and mortality. Ant shows us a Japanese tittie dispenser, tells us about a Walmart jerker, and Ebola suicide bombers. After the god damn TriCaster again shits the bed, Ant gives us some bonus time by ending the show with a gorgeous guitar playing gal.
We start Monday by learning about the technical changes that happened over the weekend, go through an article from The Blaze that involves Opie and Anthony, and hear the latest on Ebola. Ant talks about a news story involving an insane woman and a chimney, hot murderers, parents and kids, and he ends the show going through a list of odd things you can rent and with some sweet outro music by Brother Joe.
Ant talks about a shooting in Canada, people lacking a sense of humor on Twitter, the official autopsy report for Michael Brown, and a three-on-one attack video that oddly has no outrage. Anthony moves to the couch to talk with Jade Vixen about latex, vacuum beds, dressing up for sex, and how Bobo stood Jade up. Big A joins the couch to get a lap dance from Jade, we learn about the zombie fleshlight, and Big A gets some alone time with Jade while attempting to try out this new product.
Ant gives everyone a pool update as well as one on how Big A is feeling after yesterday's show with Jade, we hear about sexting, and Ant schools Rat on sex now versus then. Against his better judgment, BrokenCurse gets unblocked by Anthony thanks to Ticket University, we watch a video of a tittie twerker, one from religious extremists, and find out that the official TACS Paltalk chatroom is up. They also talk about racial commercials, boarder issues, rights versus opportunity, and saving people in the community.
Ant fills us in on a movie he watched last night, reminisces about field trips as a kid, and we hear from Howard who used to intern at Ron and Fez. Ant goes through a list of people who got fired for tweets, Ebola jokes, drunk tweeting, and looks at the Paltalk cameras. We see a pisser of a gal on the subway, an ass blowing video, one of a drunk chick, and then get into the selection of costumes that Walmart is selling.
Ant starts the show talking about his home life, the upcoming Halloween party, and he tells us a story regarding SiriusXM. We hear about some ridiculous internet scam stories, one about a dirty janitor, and discuss drone use and see a video of a few in action. Before the show ends, we see part of a Sarah Palin interview and look at vintage advertisements.
We go through Smuggs rebuttal video, talk about how being on-line invites bashing, and how technology causes an invasion of privacy. We hear a story about Michelle Obama and fried chicken, he discusses scare and racial tactics when pushing an election agenda, and we watch a Bill Maher clip as well as one from Ben Stein. Ant talks about the comedy he watched last night at the Village Underground for the NY Comedy Festival, he reveals that TACS has hired Garrett aka Stinky , he goes through some chatter about the elections, and we learn about another state that has legalized marijuana.
We go through some of the ways people smoke their pot, talk about Amanda Bynes briefly, and hear about the utter bullshit that going on with Artie Lange. Ant reminisces about his Uncle Joe, talks about the upcoming poker tournament at Mohegan Sun, and Mike Bocchetti joins Anthony in studio. Amanda Bynes is in the news once again, we watch a brawl at McDonalds, a carjacking in Australia, and end with a clip of a high speed chase.
Gia Nova joins the boys at the bar to talk about her career, fetishes, old school eroticism, and relationships. Big A then takes a seat on the couch and Gia gives him a lap dance that causes sparks to fly. We hear about a man being beaten in Ferguson who now wants hospital bill donations, Ant takes a few calls, and covers the upcoming poker tournament at Mohegan Sun. Ant goes into the bar to meet up with Kevin Corrigan and they talk about his band, the change in live music venues in NYC, and their preferred music choices these days.
Kevin talks about some of his movie roles, how he got his start in acting, the roles he has yet to play, and the guys go through some of their favorite scenes in movies. We get into some drone chat, check in with Scorch, and finish up with a story about a man possibly more despicable than Ant. Ant tells us about how social he was over the weekend, discusses the probe that landed on a comet and the crying rocket scientist, and he gives you a chance to win tickets into the poker tournament and comedy show at Mohegan Sun via a Photoshop contest.
We also hear about a crazy bitch in Florida and the call that came along with it, endure a few of the lovely callers, and Ant rounds out the day with an ironic story out of Ferguson. We hear about the snow issues in Buffalo, cover the latest on Bill Cosby, and watch a clip from The View as well as one from Don Lemon regarding the Cosby rape allegations.
The free week kicks off with Ant and Ari Shaffir at the poker table talking about beer, their younger partying days, the impending Ferguson verdict, and the facts surrounding the case. Samantha and E-Bobo take their places on the wrestling mat, the battle begins and as expected, Samantha wins five out of five matches. Ari and Ant then talk about the types of gals they like, their thoughts on people with kids, Bill Cosby, generalizing when it comes to crimes, racism, the police, and haters on-line. The show ends with a bit more about the upcoming poker tournament at Mohegan Sun and with a few more Photoshop entries.
We find out who the lucky Photoshop contest winner is that gets into the poker tournament at Mohegan Sun and then, Anthony moves to the bar to talk with Jenny Hutt and Dr. Steve brings out his baby circumcision simulator and proceeds to clip cock and then, he breaks out his prostate examination dummy to show Ant and Jenny how to check for issues.
They end the show by chatting about breast checks, magicians, texting while driving, and reckless driving. Lady Di calls in and gets hung up on , they hear from a few other callers, talk about the Cosby situation, and how dirty they personally like women to be. They then go through some more mail, debate hairy box, and give the ladies a PSA on toilet paper. The guys then cover how social media and texting has changed relationships, anonymous postings on-line, people taking things out of context, the ability to ruin a live via social media, and they end with a couple more calls.
They end the show talking about Oculus Rift, how video gaming has changed over the years, and by watching a video of a man getting chased by a bear Hey KtC, this is totally fake. Also a fake. We listen to a clip of Charles Barkley expressing his views on Ferguson, chat about how social media sways opinions on news stories, find out Garth Brooks is now on Facebook, and for the love of all fuck, we hear from Lady Di again. Alia Janine joins Ant to talk about her time in the porn industry, sexual experiences, and how she made the transition into stand-up comedy.
Alia then discusses cock size, we hear about her show December 3rd at The Cutting Room, and Ant goes through a few movie titles that Alia has been in. We learn what fake cum is made of, talk about stereotyping in the porn industry, abandonment issues, and family reactions to being in porn as well as family reactions when dating Anthony Cumia. Boxing legend Larry Holmes joins Ant to chat about gambling, his boxing career, his toughest competitors, and his thoughts on UFC.
Larry then discusses the love he has for his fans, the money sports stars are making these days, and injuries boxers get and how it affects them. Larry shares a throwback story about Mike Tyson, talks about his relationship with Tyson now, tells us about his son Larry Jr. We end the broadcast with Ant receiving a few gifts from a fan and hearing about the bounties on TACS crew as well as Larry Holmes for the poker tournament tonight. The new week kicks off with a recap of hanging with Larry Holmes and of the shenanigans that went down with the poker tourney and comedy show at Mohegan Sun.
Ant tells us a story that happened over the weekend regarding an ex, what he really wants out of a relationship listen up bitches , Rat talks about hooking up with Jews, and the callers chime in to give some relationship advice and to share their woes. Tuesday begins with Ant telling us about the podcast he sort of did last night at Comedy Cellar, he talks about the traffic mayhem because of Eric Garner protests, and goes through a few other cities that are holding protests as well.
He then discusses the ICantBreathe hashtag, the C. A Torture Report, online dating, some lovely callers voice their opinions, and we watch batshit crazy Janice Dickinson talk about Cosby on Nancy Grace. They chat about resentment, misconceptions of former partnerships, how social media changed radio, and the way support has changed over the years. The guys also talk about the days before syndication, how they broke into radio, share Dominic Barbara stories, and end the show by waxing about old timey TV, music events, and comedy shows.
Joe Perry from Aerosmith phones in. Ant updates us on the saga with his ex, talks about the Twitter backlash he got because of giving his opinion on the C. A Torture Report, and discusses the way military has handled conflicts over the years.
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Gavin McInnes joins the show to discuss where he gets his news, race wars, the Eric Garner case, how protesters have changed, and the truth about profiling. We hear about a sorority birthday bash, find out that Samuel L. Jackson challenge. Ant talks about the Sony leaks, goes through celeb lookalike pics, and brings up the people in London protesting porn laws. Ant talks about a show meeting, the upcoming app, and discusses the Taliban killing over kids as well as the manhunt that finally ended in PA. We then see a dolphin music video the fuck? Ant discusses our new relationship with Cuba, Samuel L.
We then watch a news clip about a UPS scam, hear about a guy who gave oral to a horse, and end the show talking about how redundant TV shows have become. Ant's vacation week starts with all new content. Comedian Bobby Kelly sits down with Anthony for the full two hours and is also joined by comedian Chris Scopo. Anthony is testing out some new shows for The Anthony Cumia Network. In our final episode of the year, Anthony wraps up the past 12 months. He also takes a look at some interesting Asian photos. The show ends off with our very first Skype interview featuring Jim Norton.
Happy New Year! They also discuss the Charlie Hebdo attack, the media, and the black community regarding suppression, access, and acknowledging the truth. Ant then talks about his towel usage in hotels, a possible jizz pizza, the wonderment of aviation, airplane panic, and flight technology.
Ant tells us about the feedback he saw on Reddit regarding his appearance on Adam Carolla, he sets the records straight about an Opie and Corolla feud, and Ant defends his Billy Joel tweet from last night. After Ant is done online shopping for a TV, he shows us some adorable jihadist pics, the newest Charlie Hebdo cover, and then goes through a few photoshopped pictures. We then see a home movie of a baby with a gun, Ant talks sports what the? They also talk about double standards when it comes to honesty in comedy, Patrice O'Neal, the importance of timing in comedy, they revisit the Ohio State clip, and wax about the militarization of the police.
A pistol packing Ant begins by telling us that KtC is off to the Cayman Islands to scuba dive, then discusses home invasion scenarios, and teases us by mentioning that detectives visited him earlier. We learn about a protest in Boston, hear of a possible John Travolta trolling incident, listen to Pope Francis talk about the limits on freedom of speech, Anthony conveys his thoughts, and we read a satire by P.
We go back to P. Ant relocates to the poker table to join Luis J. Gomez and Dave Smith from the Legions of Skanks Podcast to chat about his appearance on their show, swastikas, a new scientific report claiming women on top during sex is dangerous, their worst sex injuries, and teachers having sex with students.
They also discuss feminists, the cloud invading privacy, watch a dad addressing the racism and bullying his daughter encountered, and the importance of words these days. Luis brings up a takedown video at a Florida Walmart due to a concealed weapon which leads them to talk about gun permits, gun violence, shooting at ranges, the second amendment, and the show ends with Ant pontificating on gun responsibly and introducing the guys to the Hydromax from Bathmate. Monday starts with a bit of Blizznado talk, we wish SkyMall arividerchi, watch some news coverage on the big storm, and Ant lets us in on his plans should the power go off.
Seriously, Ant loves Taylor Swift. Drones are back in the news, we watch a few explosive videos, and Rich Vos calls in to congratulate Anthony on his th show. A caller discusses cum vs. We see a drone PSA, one from Australia for not sleeping in the road the fuck? Monday starts with Ant presenting his new haircut, talking about the Super Bowl halftime show, the crazy last play of the game, his Super Bowl party, and uninvited guests that came by. The callers have a few inquiries, we watch a naughty gal in a public library, and wrap up with a caller letting us know that there are plenty of public library masturbating videos out there so of course, we check out another one.
We watch a dashcam video of a plane crash in Taiwan, one of a cargo plane, see a couple of dashcam scams, and Ant tells us about an episode of Columbo that would never fly these days. We learn that a douche bag dude is falling for a Nigeria scam, see this douche bag on Dr. Ant randomly receives a fuckload of one dollar bill stacks but is unsure why, he brings up a 9-year-old girl who was shot while selling Girl Scout cookies, and then we wrap up this extremely odd show talking about what a bad judge of character Fred from Brooklyn is and by looking at Melissa King pics and hearing that she told Ant he should fly her out.
Today Stuttering John and Anthony sit at the poker table to talk about drinking, relationships, and their shared love of Columbo reruns and old timey TV shows. John tells us a few Jackie Martling stories, we find out his son gave him lice, the guys chat about their love of Artie Lange, and adult film star Layton Benton arrives and they rapid fire question her about gangbangs, fart porn, dick size, dating habits, and her Amazon wish list.
The guys discuss Charles Manson calling off his marriage, OJ Simpson, Bruce Jenner, John tells us his daughter came out as transgender, mentions that he spoke with Bruce Jenner after his divorce, and they address a few Howard Stern quirks. TACS wraps up with John questioning Ant about his relationship with Opie, Ant turning the tables on John by questioning him on his relationship with Stern, dating or lack thereof out of their race, and they indulge in a little more beloved old TV show chatter.
Ant then gets into a news story about a cunty principal at a special needs school, a few callers question Anthony about the Opie situation, and after a hilarious song parody video featuring Rob Bartlett, Ant relocates to the poker table to meet up with him. Rob tells us about his show March 7th with Tony Powell at Tarrytown Music Hall, they discuss what a trailblazer Imus was and is, how shitty radio pay used to be, Ant introduces Rob to the Hydromax from Bathmate, and they end today talking movie lines and Mexican Coke.
Wrapping up TACS week, pajama pants Ant admits he isn't the best with conflict but wants to end the "back and forth" with Opie and vows to hash things out with him, he talks about missing Patrice's benefit show last night, conveys his love for Bill Burr, and addresses Reddit and Facebook as well. After a few "interesting" calls, Anthony talks about Bob Simon's sudden death and we see a spooky old news clip of him in Tel Aviv, he discusses the difference in looks with our military and Israel's, tranny's in prison, a teenager who got penis reduction surgery, and we hear some new entries for the "Most Offensive Song" contest.
We watch a few "GTA-like" police chases, see a sweet road rage video, a news story that is pure propaganda with "Radical Brownies" and find out that H1Z1 is apparently quite addictive. We hear about the first down syndrome model at NY Fashion Week, view the submissions for the "Fifty Shades of Grey Vermont Teddy Bear" contest, find out that Kanye has voices in his head, go through a bit of the "Political Punks" article by Gavin McInnes, learn that a sick ass Asian supermarket in America sells some sick ass "meat", and end the show by watching a video of an out of control mall fight.
Ant begins Monday by admitting he may have sent some drunken tweets over the weekend, chats about the SNL 40th anniversary show and goes through a few clips from it, reads a list of people that Chevy Chase has pissed off, and a pussy caller asks Ant to click on a scary video for him. They then channel some Dr. Fangirl Dr. They also discuss sexual prowess, online dating, hear from a gal who has taken Dr.
Another TACS week comes to a close with a reminder that Anthony will be on The Corrigan Show tonight, we hear what Obama has to say this time about ISIS, Ant gives his thoughts and views on the whole situation, and a few callers get their opinions in as well. Another caller tells us about a mystery tunnel found in Toronto, we hear a news report about a UFO crash in Canada, a caller brings up Opie and once again Anthony explains his thoughts on the situation, and he then talks about internet criticism and how exhausting it becomes to wax on the same on-line topics.
Shame on you Olbermann! NOTE: No audio until due to technical problems. After a some slight technical difficulties, TACS begins with a song from The Amish Outlaws, we learn that net neutrality was voted on and passed, Ant puts on his tinfoil hat to vent his ill feelings about it, and a caller attempts to explain the pros that net neutrality will bring. Or maybe it was about taunting. Anthony then talks about H1Z1, shows off the new TACS poker chips, discusses Tinder and your cell phone being a cock blocker if you let it, a caller puts Ant onto cruising Craigslist for hook-ups, we look at a dude covered in Mentos take a bath in Diet Coke, see a little kid get blown into a manhole, and watch a couple of shitty elevator videos.
Ant and Joe then jump into what people seem to think freedom means, lack of belief, radical Islam, Charlie Hebdo, the fear of being labeled, traditional ideology, and left leaning news sources. We see some old Cumia family photos, hear about the Huntington St. Cheese, KtC recaps an episode of Scandal and comes to the conclusion that the producers of the show as well as ABC are total pieces of shit, Rat fucks up, we learn that border officials in Quebec can force you to give up your phone password, and Ant shows us a couple of photos from his phone.
We see a TV reporter get mugged on-air, Ant reiterates that you yes you! Dressed in all green or is he?? We watch a blame shifting airplane smoker, learn that Penn State has suspended a fraternity because of nude photos, the family of the asshole kid in a viral video beating down an innocent kid speaks out, and Ant checks back in with a TACS covered Bobo to get a final money count. They also get into Harrison Ford, share their thoughts on J. Dave and Ant then discuss odd slot machine themes, sports betting, indulge Bobo with a little sports trivia battle, chat it up about SiriusXM, and give a shout out to Tattoo Lou for the invite down to the No Limits Tattoo Show.
Monocle sporting Ant begins today by discussing the plane crash in the French Alps, predicting the morbidly obsessed news reaction, Rat randomly tells us a story about learning to dance for his Bar Mitzvah, and Anthony reminisces about how funny Jim Norton was at Sam Roberts wedding.