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FurtherEd TV - Fridays @ 10:00am on Ustream

FurtherEd TV - Fridays @ 10:00am on Ustream

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FurtherEd, formerly Lawline, airs weekly on Ustream, showcasing the efforts of thought leaders operating in the domain of learning and growth.


URL:http://www.ustream.tv/channel/furthered-tv
Day: Every Friday
Time: 10:00 - 10:30am

Mission
At FurtherEd, our mission is to deliver knowledge to the world to inspire change. Why? Because we believe change leads to personal growth. Each week we look at educators and innovators who believe that knowledge is power, and change is imperative.

 

  • - Educators & Innovators: An Interview with Teachley

    08.20.2013 1 0

    - Educators & Innovators: An Interview with Teachley

    In this segment, FurhterEd's Micah Bochart interviews Rachael Labrecque and Dana Pagar, Co-Founders of Teachley, which uses iPad technology and cognitive research to revolutionize the way students learn math, for a discussion of how to transcend the barriers that stand between students and mastery of a subject that for decades has terrorized learners of all ages.

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  • - Educators & Innovators: Code.org & CodeMontage

    05.17.2013 1 0

    - Educators & Innovators: Code.org & CodeMontage

    FurtherEd's Micah Bochart interviews Hadi Partovi, the co-founder of Code.org, an organization that strives to make computer science and programming part of the core curriculum in education, and Vanessa Hurst, the founder of Code Montage, which allows individuals to learn code while engaging in projects that have a quantifiable impact on the real world. He's joined by special guest-host Joe Tannenbaum, a self-taught coder and devout believer in making programming literacy universally available. Together, they'll address the question of why everyone should have the opportunity to learn how to code. Guests: Hadi Partovi Code.org, Co-Founder Vanessa Hurst Code Montage, Co-Founder

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  • - Educators & Innovators: DOTGO

    05.03.2013 1 0

    - Educators & Innovators: DOTGO

    In this segment, FurtherEd's Micah Bochart interviews Kenneth M. Lanzetta and Stefan Gromoll, two highly accomplished astronomers who took the plunge and started their own company - DOTGO, a game-changing innovator in the field of SMS.

    Kenneth M. Lanzetta, Dotgo
    Stefan Gromoll, Dotgo

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  • - Educators & Innovators: Entrepreneurs' Organization & New York Small Business Services

    04.01.2013 1 17

    - Educators & Innovators: Entrepreneurs' Organization & New York Small Business Services

    Guests: Shep Sepaniak, Entrepreneurs' Organization Commissioner Robert Walsh, New York Department of Small Business Services

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  • - Educators & Innovators: Girl Develop It & Hopscotch

    06.04.2013 1 0

    - Educators & Innovators: Girl Develop It & Hopscotch

    In this segment, FurtherEd's Micah Bochart interviews Jocelyn Leavitt, Co-Founder and CEO of Hopscotch, utilizing iPad technology to teach coding to children, and Vanessa Hurst of Girl Develop It, empowering women from around the world to develop software. They're joined by guest-host Joe Tannenbaum, a self-taught coder and an incessant learner. Together, they identify specific demographics that have traditionally been discouraged from learning coding and computer programming, and discuss how those demographics can be engaged.

    Guests:
    Vanessa Hurst, Girl Develop It
    Jocelyn Leavitt, Hopscotch

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  • - Educators & Innovators: myStream

    05.10.2013 1 0

    - Educators & Innovators: myStream

    In this segment, FurtherEd's Micah Bochart interviews Richard Zelson, the founder of myStream, a leader in music sharing, and Chris Broadway Romero, an accomplished director and producer of music videos, for a conversation on building vibrant communities around music and using music to create change.

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  • - Educators & Innovators: NuSkool & Unbound Concepts

    05.28.2013 1 0

    - Educators & Innovators: NuSkool & Unbound Concepts

    In this segment, FurtherEd's Micah Bochart interviews Abran Maldonado of NuSkool, which utilizes popular culture to enhance learning both inside and outside of the classroom, and Katie Palencsar of Unbound Concepts, which bridges the gap between the creators and the consumers of educational material so that schools can tailor content to the needs of their students, for a discussion on how to leverage existing content and resources to energize the learning process.

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  • - Educators & Innovators: PenPal News & Socratic Labs

    06.28.2013 1 0

    - Educators & Innovators: PenPal News & Socratic Labs

    FurtherEd's Micah Bochart interviews Michael Bernstein of PenPal News, which connects students across the globe to write about current events, and Heather Gilchrist of Socratic Labs, an edtech accelerator and collaborative working community focused on learning technology. The conversation will focus on learning-based communities, in the student and entrepreneurial contexts.

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  • - Educators & Innovators: Student Launcher & Little Pim

    03.22.2013 1 0

    - Educators & Innovators: Student Launcher & Little Pim

    Guests: Tom Krieglstein, Student Launcher Julia Pimsleur, Little Pim

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  • - Educators & Innovators: Student Loan Hero & Admitted.ly

    06.17.2013 1 0

    - Educators & Innovators: Student Loan Hero & Admitted.ly

    In this segment, FurtherEd's Micah Bochart interviews Andrew Josuweit of Student Loan Hero, which empowers student loan borrowers with the tools to repay their loans more intelligently, and Jessica Brondo, founder both of The Edge, an test prep and admission counseling service, and Admitted.ly, a personalized online guidance counselor. They discuss how to break down the walls - be they financial, or informational -- that separate students from the education of their dreams. Guest: Andrew Josuweit of Student Loan Hero Jessica Brondo of the Edge in College Prep & Admitted.ly

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  • - Educators & Innovators: Tutor.com & New Classrooms

    06.21.2013 1 0

    - Educators & Innovators: Tutor.com & New Classrooms

    FurtherEd's Micah Bochart interviews Jennifer Kohn of Tutor.com, which offers one-to-one learning solutions for students and professionals live, on demand, and online, and Joel Rose of New Classrooms, which redesigns the classroom experience in furtherance of a culture that fosters innovation and learning. The concept of changing the culture around learning and tutoring provides the foundation for the conversation conversation. Guests: Jennifer Kohn, Tutor.com Joel Rose, New Classrooms

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  • - Startups & Innovators: David Perla, Founder of Pangea3

    02.07.2013 1 41

    - Startups & Innovators: David Perla, Founder of Pangea3

    In this FurtherEd TV exclusive (broadcast live on WNYE in February), David Schnurman, CEO of FurtherEd, interviews David Perlea, Founder of Pangea3, about his goals, aspirations and the early days of his legal outsourcing startup. Whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur or already well-heeled in the business world, there is insight and knowledge to be gained from this 30-minute segment.

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  • -Teachers Unions & the Last In First Out Rule

    01.28.2013 1 0

    -Teachers Unions & the Last In First Out Rule

    The threatened budget cuts in public education will lead to major teacher layoffs. Today we will look at the effects the cuts will have on students, teachers, and the unions. Our guests are Bryan Glass, former attorney for New York State's Teachers Union and practicing privately representing teachers, Betsy Combier, New York City "Rubber Room Reporter" and founder of ParentAdvocates.org, and Michael Mazzariello, former Chief Prosecutor for the NYC Board of Education.

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  • -The Federal Reserve and Its Role in Our Economy

    01.28.2013 1 0

    -The Federal Reserve and Its Role in Our Economy

    Today we'll look at the Federal Reserve, the role it's played in our economic recovery, and the viability of the institution itself. Our guest is Joseph Salerno, a Professor of Economics at Pace University, and Academic Vice President at Ludwig von Mises University.

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  • -The New Entrepreneur

    01.28.2013 1 0

    -The New Entrepreneur

    Guests: Scott Gerber Jennifer Walter

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  • Building a Successful Business

    01.28.2013 1 0

    Building a Successful Business

    Nancy Fox David Schnurman

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  • Company Culture

    01.28.2013 1 0

    Company Culture

    Every company is trying to get an edge in today's competitive market. One way to do this is to develop a successful company culture in which employees enjoy coming to work and feel invested in the growth of the business. Today we are fortunate to speak with Lawline.com CEO David Schnurman, whose company has won numerous awards for its culture. Most recently, Lawline.com was honored to receive the New York Enterprise Report HR and Leadership Award.

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  • Economic Flux & the Tipping of the West

    01.28.2013 1 0

    Economic Flux & the Tipping of the West

    The economic outlook for the United States, and the world, is dire. The dollar is weak, the U.S. economy is close to insolvency, Greece is in economic turmoil, and China is growing at a rate that cannot be sustained. Our guest is Roger Arnold, a nationally recognized economist, radio talk show host, and experienced real estate executive.

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  • Police Misconduct and its Impact on Justice

    01.28.2013 1 0

    Police Misconduct and its Impact on Justice

    The Occupy Wall Street Movement in New York and throughout the country has sparked numerous allegations of policy brutality. Combined with recent allegations of New York City police officers committing rape and the ticket fix scandal, the public will no longer tolerate misconduct on any level. Today we will look at the truth behind these allegations, what the police community is doing to remedy them. Guests are attorney John Patten, who represents police officers, as well as attorney Edward Friedman, whose clients include victims of police brutality. Guests: John Patten - Dansker & Aspromonte Edward Friedman, Attorney at Law

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  • Religion and the Law - Where to Draw the Line

    01.28.2013 1 0

    Religion and the Law - Where to Draw the Line

    According to the the Constitution there should be a separation of church and state. However, to what extent do cities and states have the right to regulate the use of public schools by religious groups who want to hold religious functions and other services in schools? To answer this question and more is Christine Kopec, a professor of business and ethics at Skidmore College, and Micah Bochart, an activist for the National Organization for Women and assistant producer at Lawline. Christine Kopec - Skidmore College Micah Bochart - National Organization for Women

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  • Renewable Energy - Trends & Technologies

    01.28.2013 1 0

    Renewable Energy - Trends & Technologies

    As the United States looks for answers to the energy crisis, renewable energy seems to be the solution to our problems. Today, we look at the latest renewable energy technologies, the need to put something into effect, and the viability of these options. Joining us are John Humphrey of Sollega Inc., Peter Funk, Jr., an energy attorney for Duane Morris, and Stanley Alpert, an environmental litigation attorney from Constantine Canon. Guests: John Humphrey - Sollega Inc. Peter V.K. Funk, Jr. - Duane Morris LLP Stanley N. Alpert - Constantine Cannon LLP

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  • Sex & Power - A Volatile Mix

    01.28.2013 1 0

    Sex & Power - A Volatile Mix

    Today we will discuss why high-powered individuals engage in risky behavior that leads to their ultimate downfall. Are guests are Susan Lipkins, psychologist and "Sexpert," and Melinda Sarafa, a criminal defense attorney.

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  • Starting and Owning Your Own Franchise

    01.28.2013 1 0

    Starting and Owning Your Own Franchise

    Have you ever thought of owning your own Subway, or UPS Store? Today we will discuss the important information you need to know in starting and owning your own franchise. Our guests are attorney Jerry Marks, who practices franchise law, and Edward Teixeira, Founder and President of Franchise KnowHow, LLC, and author of "Franchising from the Inside Out."

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  • The Mounting Phenomenon of False Convictions

    01.28.2013 1 0

    The Mounting Phenomenon of False Convictions

    Lawline TV addresses the criminal justice system, its major problems, and the direction for the future. Recently, there have been issues involving false convictions and coerced confessions despite advances in technology and DNA evidence. Guests are Criminal Defense Attorney Brian Griffin and Cardozo Innocence Project Staff Attorney Olga Akselrod, discussing what needs to be done to fix the system. Guests: Brian Griffin - Foley Griffin, LLP Olga Akselrod - Cardozo Innocence Project

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  • The Organic Revolution Myths and Messages

    01.28.2013 1 0

    The Organic Revolution Myths and Messages

    In this video, Lawline .com David Schnurman discusses the ins and outs of the organic food industry and and some common misconceptions that have been made about the industry.

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  • The Slippery Slope of Internet Control

    01.28.2013 1 0

    The Slippery Slope of Internet Control

    In this day and age, you have instant access to all of the content you wish, at your fingertips, thank to the internet. However, recently, the U.S. government as taken steps to regulate the internet through legislation. At what point does this control turn into censorship? How successful can this regulation truly be? To sort this out, we are joined by attorney Markham Erickson, who served as lead counsel to Google, eBay, Amazon,com, and Skype, of NetCoalition, and Hillel I. Parness who represents and advises clients in copyright, trademark, and internet legislation. Markham Erickson, Net Coalition, Holch & Erickson LLP Hillel I. Parness, Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi LLLP

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