Gina Rolkowski on Emotional Learning in Education, January, 15, 2015 – Newsletter

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“The Cycles of Change” Radio Show

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Discussions on where we were, where we are and
where we are going in changing world of universal rhythms.


~ This Week’s Guest: Gina Rolkowski – January 15, 2014 at 8pm Eastern ~


Gina Rolkowski

Gina Rolkowski is an Educational Consultant specializing in early childhood education, social and emotional learning and self regulation. Ms. Rolkowski empowers early childhood educators and parents utilizing scientifically proven brain based strategies to develop executive skills necessary for children’s long term success in academic, family, and social environments. She studied Early Childhood Development and Human Resources at The University of Delaware and continued her passion for children’s education and wellbeing at The University of Central Florida where she earned her master’s degree in Early Childhood Education and worked as a graduate research assistant. She co-authored the Florida Network for Community-Based Early Learning and Professional Development HUBS-Math and Science Workshop Manuals and is an active member of NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children), Delaware Association for the Education of Young Children, Delaware Valley Association for the Education of Young Children and Pennsylvania Association for Young Children.
Special Event: Gina Rolkowski at University & Whist Club
Wilmington, Delaware, January 22, 2015 ::..
Cultivating Compassion and Resilience in Children
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In the cycles of world change, the paradigm has shifted from producing assembly-line students to fit the mold of and industrialized mold, to a feeling world in which a growing child must understand themselves to learn how to adapt in a more fluidic and interactive world of information. Old precedents will not serve now and as Ms. Rolkowski shows us, to further intelligence itself, we must teach parents and educators how to help children to understand and work with their emotional development as part of the learning process. This is a fascinating discussion that is sure to hit home with you and give a voice to things you may instinctively recognize as true. Thanks to Gina Rolkowski, that voice will be leading our educators with methods that have achieved results with many children.
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Don Slepian

~ Last Time on The Cycles Of Change: Don Slepian: Classical Music Of The Future. ~
Don Slepian is a preeminent Classical Electronic Keyboardist who is famous for performing original, improvised orchestral music that excites and inspires audiences. Hailed as “one of the genre’s major talents” by Rolling Stone Magazine, he is an award-winning artist with critically acclaimed performances in both Paris and New York City.


What is Cycles Radio?” Cycles Radio explores the Cycles of Change based on the study of your host, K. David Katzmire, who has developed the theory for more than three decades to understand the Cycles of Time. Universal patterns can be found in a person, a nation and in the eras of civilization on different scales of size and time. Therein lie undulating energies of physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual cycles that are replete through our lives in wonderful fractal patterns that we can discern once we unlock the simple code.


This fascinating discovery has led to notable accuracy in identifying the manifestations of energy that effect all aspects of our lives from; the leaders we choose, our business trends, scientific developments, arts & literature, music & entertainment, sports, fashion trends and much more, all moving to the same universal patterns. This weekly show is dedicated to exploring this inquiry further. Join us and see how these cycles may effect you in the days and years ahead and where you are in the tides of time.


Thank you, K. David Katzmire