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Welcome to the ABLE to Save podcast series, brought to you by the ABLE National Resource Center, which is managed by National Disability Institute. Hear from leaders in the public and private sectors, as well as from ABLE account holders and their family members, about how ABLE accounts can be an effective savings tool to help improve health, independence, and quality of life for people with disabilities. Your host is Miranda Kennedy is the Director of the ABLE National Resource Center.
 
This Podcast is for anyone who is interested in Ableton Live. Whether you’re a pro or just getting started, there’s something for all. I talk to lots of different Ableton user’s who I think are using the program in a cool unique way. Don’t worry if you’re not a pro, we’re all finding our way together. My goal is that each episode helps each one of us discover new things about Ableton, and inspire us to continue creating our best work yet! -Kevin Swartwood, Host
 
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Inspirational podcast about the disabled...PSYCH! Talking about disability issues and community in an aggressively UNbasic way. All of our episodes are filmed so we can caption them, and show off how ridiculously good-looking we are. Transcriptions are available too. Captioned videos available https://vimeo.com/channels/basicable
 
A mix of true crime, social justice, and education, the Legally Abled Podcast provides compelling perspectives by people with disabilities, experts, and advocates about current legal cases, events and resources pertaining to navigating life and the law with disability. Hosted by Ashley Jacobson, MA, CRC, who has devoted her career to working with the disability community, this podcast dives into the complex and captivating issues facing one of the largest minority groups in the United States.
 
Welcome to the Four “C” Able Future: Campus Compact Covid Convos official podcast! Join COVID-19 Recovery AmeriCorps VISTA’s Carolyn Brady and Arria Hauldin as we discuss COVID’s impact on our everchanging world via this virtual landscape. AmeriCorps is a national service organization dedicated to working with high need communities across the United States. As AmeriCorps VISTA members, Carolyn and Arria also work with Campus Compact. Arria works with Campus Compact New Hampshire, while Carol ...
 
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Problem Strings are meant to build off each other so that the math is always moving forward. That's why we've decided to build off the last episode with another Problem String! In this episode Pam and Kim find the equation for some lines intuitively and develop powerful strategies for more sophisticated thinking. Talking Points: Problem Strings are…
 
In a successful career as a software developer, Chris Peterson has learned a great deal about managing his finances. In 2020, he decided to make it his mission to teach other blind people some of the things he had to learn the hard way. Knowing he could not do it alone, he began building Penny Forward, a community of people who are blind, who share…
 
Ceci Gomez is a Los Angeles-based experimental music producer, performer, and multi-instrumentalist. Her credits include collaborations with with Rebecca Black, Charlie XCX, Baauer, The Regrettes, Francisca Valenzuela, Lunice, Nasty Cherry & many others. Ceci also started her latest project DAGR with co-producer Veronica Jane, blending underground …
 
In this episode, Alfred Darlington (aka Daedelus) and Dan discuss the future of music technology, hacks using Ableton Live's Drum Buss, the mentality of creating music, and much more. Alfred (they/them) have 20+ years producing on labels such as Brainfeeder, Ninjatune, Warp, and important upstarts like Albert's Favourites and Dome of Doom. Daedelus…
 
We've talked a lot about the types of reasoning we need to help students develop, but a lot of teachers believe that there comes a point in higher math, where reasoning just won't cut it. In this episode Pam and Kim tackle functional reasoning, and demonstrate that algebra can be so much more than memorized steps. Talking Points: The importance of …
 
This is part 2 of our two part episode. In This episode I Talk about my poetry series, and the debut of book two that is coming up. I will of course, share the cover and reveal and title with all of you in the abler community. In Fact, on 11/1/21 I will be dedicated that show to the upcoming preorder and release of book 2 of my four book poetry ser…
 
Taylor Carty is a graduate of the University of California with a B.A. in Molecular and Cell Biology. She is currently working at the Burton Blatt institute as a research assistant. As someone with cerebral palsy, Taylor is using her ABLE account to navigate the financial challenges of applying for medical schools and working a full-time job. “My A…
 
Katy Oliver works full-time as a member of a research team for PPD Global Pharmaceutical Contract Research Organization specializing in data management. In this podcast, Katy shares her experiences as a working person who accesses her state’s Medicaid Buy-In Program and uses her ABLE account to save for disability-related equipment. She also looks …
 
We've described how students can get away with solving multiplication problems with counting strategies. What about division problems? In this episode Pam and Kim explore the Development of Mathematical Reasoning even further, and discuss how important it is that we help students become more sophisticated. It's more than just answer getting. Talkin…
 
In this episode, Emma Louise Sainsbury (aka Eluize) shares about her studio setup, production process using Ableton Live, her experience moving to Berlin to pursue a music career, and much more. Eluize is a Berlin-based techno/ house DJ and producer originating from Australia. Her music has been featured by Redbull Choice Mix as #1 in the Global De…
 
It's been over a year since Pam and Kim first introduced the DMR (Development of Mathematical Reasoning) and in that time they've refined their ideas even further. In this episode Pam and Kim dive deeper into the development and why it's so important It's not about answer getting, but it's not about the students doing it 'their way' either Our goal…
 
During this final episode of the series, 3 Ableton Certified Trainers share their favorite Max For Live devices and how they use them. Dan interviews Misty Jones, Adam Fangsrud, and Melanie Frisoli as they share their devices categorized by Instruments, Special Effects, Utility/ Workflow Enhancements, Video, and more. Click here for a list of each …
 
Math conferences are powerful ways to improve your teaching. But it's also really easy to go to a conference and accidently miss all the good sessions. In this episode Pam talks about powerful leaders in the math education community that she will always go see no matter what they're talking about. Talking Points: How to get the most out of math con…
 
In this episode, Ableton Certified Trainers Darren Kramer and Wyatt Meagher share their workflows using the PUSH 2 MIDI controller. Darren Kramer is an innovative trombonist, DJ, XO professional brass artist, and Ableton Certified Trainer, creating live remixes using live looping, effects, Push beat slicing, virtual synths, vocoder and the iPad Lem…
 
How can we best grow as teachers? Together of course! In this episode Pam and Kim discuss the power of teachers honing their craft together. Leaders and coaches will find this episode particularly helpful. Talking Points Where do useful shared experiences come from? How leaders and teachers can benefit from shared experiences. Introducing JourneyLE…
 
There is so much to division! To show that, Pam and Kim go through a quick Problem String that builds a less known, but super powerful, division strategy. Talking Points: The importance of hydration Using equivalent ratios to solve gnarly division problems Learn more about the Building Powerful Division workshop…
 
This episode includes 6 Ableton Certified Trainers sharing their production workflows, creative insights, and tips for using Live's devices. Listen as they discuss favorite Live 11 updates, MIDI & Audio Effect workflows, Ableton Live Packs, and much more. Guests included in this episode: James Patrick: James Patrick is a sound artist, music produce…
 
Counting strategies can often go overlooked. It isn't easy learning to count in a way that prepares students for additive reasoning. Think we're wrong? Just wait till you listen to this episode! Pam and Kim discuss how to help young learners increase in their sophistication as they learn to count. Talking Points: Counting is more than singing the s…
 
In a new series of interviews with Ableton Certified Trainers, Dan talks with Brian Jackson and Mike Cupino about mixing and mastering. Both guests share their decades of experience in the studio on a variety of topics, including using reference tracks, mixing workflows, solutions to common audio problems, favorite plugins/ devices, and more. ABOUT…
 
Rapid fire time! In this episode Pam and Kim show how three popular models - hundreds charts, base ten blocks, and algebra tiles - while powerful for developing reasoning, can even be harmful when taught as tools for computation. Talking Points 3 criteria for a poor model for computation How each not-fav model meets that criteria What each model is…
 
LP GIOBBI is a piano house producer, performer, label owner, music director, and more. As a classically trained jazz pianist, she studied at UC Berkeley and quickly transitioned into electronic music. She was labeled by Billboard Dance and Your EDM as an emerging artist to watch for. Since then, LP has landed on the cover of Spotify's Cratediggers,…
 
Continuing their series on modeling, Pam and Kim discuss the advantages and pitfalls of Ten Frames. They emphasize the power of models that can become tools for reasoning, and use Ten Frames as an example of how teachers can focus too much on models that may eventually get it in the way of reasoning. Talking Points What are Ten Frames? The 3 limita…
 
Ali Stone is a GRAMMY nominated & Multi Platinum music producer, multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and artist, who was named by Billboard as one of the Latin Hitmakers of 2021. She has been making waves with her work, composing movie soundtracks, remixing top artists, producing for the likes of RBD, Alok, Danna Paola & Mary J. Blige, among …
 
Let's keep talking about modeling! A lot of you may be familiar with Number Bonds and Tape Diagrams and be wondering about how they fit in with our modeling framework. In this episode Pam and Kim discuss these types of models to illustrate the power of the modeling framework as more than just a tool to help students understand what the problem is a…
 
In this episode, we dive into all things vaccines and welcome multiple special guests! Fellow AmeriCorps Member Grace Kneebone joins us for our School Spotlight to share how COVID has impacted her school and her students. As a fellow podcast extraordinaire, she also serves as the producer for her school's series entitled The Principal's Podcast. Yo…
 
Liina “LNA” Turtonen is a music producer, musician and YouTuber based in York, UK. She is the creator of an audio/production channel on YouTube called ‘LNA Does Audio Stuff’ and the co-founder of Equalize Music Production. In this episode, LNA and Dan talk about how to finish tracks and improve your creative workflow in the studio. LNA is best know…
 
Are manipulatives sometimes overhyped? When are they useful, and when can they actually get in the way of the mathematics? What role do they play in our discussion about the modeling framework? Pam and Kim discuss these tricky questions, and discuss the power of contexts and developing models as tools for reasoning. Talking Points: What are manipul…
 
It's time to talk about one of our fundamental methodologies for facilitating real math! In this episode Pam and Kim detail their modeling framework that teaches students to learn to model their own thinking, and then to use models as tools for computation. The framework empowers students to structure their reasoning and to approach complex problem…
 
Jlin is the recording alias of Jerrilynn Patton, an electronic music producer from Gary, Indiana. Initially associated with Chicago's footwork scene, her music evolved far beyond that style, exploring unheard rhythms and placing her in a category of her own. She quit her job as a steel mill worker to pursue music full-time. As one of the most accla…
 
If my experiences as a student are different than my child's experience at school, how can I help them succeed? In this episode for parents, we provide two clear ways they can support their child to be the best math student they can be. Be sure to listen to episodes 55 and 56 for the rest our series for parents. Talking Points We can all be mathy p…
 
I’m a disabled woman, disability rights lawyer, and disability counselor and assessment specialist. Disability affects me personally and professionally. It drives me to advocate for an inclusive, diverse, and accessible tomorrow. I’m not alone. There is a rich disability culture online and in person. This Disability Pride Month, I am highlighting t…
 
Hey parents! Thank you so much for listening to part two of our series for parents. It can be really frustrating to not understand what it is your kid is doing on their homework. What is up with all of the drawing? Where are the algorithms and simple steps? In this episode we'll explain the purpose and goal of why the math on your kid's paper looks…
 
This episode is for all the parents out there who are invested in helping their children! It can be frustrating to see how math class looks different than it did when we were students. Why is it different anyways? Why would math class have to change? We are so grateful you're taking the time to ask, we'll do our best to provide some answers. Talkin…
 
In this new series, Dan Giffin highlights some of the best moments from episodes #16 - #24 with podcast guests. Podcast highlights include: #16 - Ableton Live Tips & Tricks - Audio Effects with AfroDJMac #17 - Creative Producing & Insights with Andrew Huang #18 - Live Show Design & Music Industry Myths with Laura Escudé #19 - Inside The Song & Prom…
 
We love answering your questions! In this episode Pam and Kim answer a question submitted from Rachel Adler. Pam shares her experiences familiarizing her students with data representations, and then Pam and Kim discuss their best advice for first year teachers. Talking Points: Jo Boaler's Data Talks: https://www.youcubed.org/resource/data-talks/ In…
 
Adult Conversations! Secret Plans! Tested Friendships! Our amateur adventurers have been trialed and tested and come out on top again and again! But the strain of maintaining their private heroics have started to put cracks in some of our brave office worker's foundations. Flynn maintains his image. Idopher falls in with a new crowd. Frankie gets s…
 
In this episode, Dan and BOT chat about mixing tips, how to find the right person for mastering your tracks, working with a label, Andrea's favorite Ableton Live devices and plugins, and funny stories about performing. Andrea Fratangelo is a techno/ house producer and DJ under the name BOT. As a member of the well established duo project Crookers, …
 
We loved getting all of your questions! Because there's so many questions, Pam and Kim will have to spend the next couple episodes answering them. In this episode they discuss a question about the relevancy of money strategies, and whether strategies will change over time. Talking Points: The different definitions for strategy Technology in classro…
 
We are so grateful to be celebrating our one year anniversary of the podcast! It's been wonderful to hear all the feedback you've given us as you transform your classrooms. Here's to another year of mathematizing! Highlights: Ep 2: Pam's stance on algorithms Ep 9: Defining models and strategies Ep 34: Memorizing multiplication facts is not the answ…
 
This topic will not be shared on the blog it self for the abler, until July 1, 2021. On Monday July 7th 2021 the youtube episode for this show will be ready to go live! The next shows scheduled topic is currently TBD by Jessica. You can check, and or stay updated on all the current news and events regarding the abler, by visiting the blog here: The…
 
In this episode, DiViNCi shares insights on how to master the "flow state" and become more productive in your creative process. He and Dan discuss the psychology of becoming a better producer/ performer, how to get out of your own way to achieve better results, and much more. DiViNCi is a well experienced performer, producer, teacher, and founding …
 
We've had so much fun talking about fractions! In this episode Pam and Kim do another Problem String to demonstrate the effectiveness of a clock model. Talking Points: What denominators work well for a clock model? Problems that work with both money and a clock model Today's students need the experience from learning with a clock model…
 
Claire Marie Lim is a professor at Berklee College of Music. She's certified in Ableton, Bitwig, and Apple, and produces music as dolltr!ck. Claire is a big advocate for women and Asian representation in the music tech industry, and specializes in setting up live performances. In this episode, Claire and Dan talk about her live setup including voca…
 
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