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Dr. Z Productions and Podcasts is proud to announce that it has received 20,000 visitors from 97 countries in 34 weeks. With multiple podcast shows and blog posts, Dr. Z Productions and Podcasts focuses on “consequential stories for life” which is based on Dr. Zachary S. Brooks’ “6A philosophy” (book to be published in 2019.
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Dr. Z (Zachary S. Brooks, PhD) has been cited in Nature — International Journal of Science. See https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-01492-0 and http://nagps.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/NAGPS_Institute_mental_health_survey_report_2015.pdf
Dr. Z Podcasts partners with Transplant Café
Tucson, Arizona, USA — March 17, 2019 — Dr. Z Podcasts has announced a sponsorship agreement with Transplant Café, the community that connects you to the organ, tissue, cellular and limb transplant community worldwide. Whether you are a patient or family member touched by transplantation, a medical or non-profit professional working in transplantation, or a caretaker, Transplant Café is for you. Dr. Z Podcasts Organ Oracles podcast will promote Transplant Café in Season 1’s 10 interviews and 30 episodes.
Transplant Café and Dr. Z Podcasts will help support one another’s services on each others platforms in a mutual social media sharing arrangement. Dr. Z Podcasts is proud to have Transplant Café as its key sponsor for its Organ Oracles podcast, stories of triumph. As Dr. Z Podcasts founder Zachary Brooks shares, “this is a perfect synergistic relationship for Dr. Z Podcasts as we both want to elevate awareness about the importance of organ transplantation to a worldwide audience.” Julie Lesage, one of the founders of Transplant Café opines “we are super excited to partner with Zach and his podcast show Organ Oracles as it will help provide Transplant Café valuable content that resonates with our worldwide audience of patients and family member touched by transplantation.” Create your free account at Transplant Café today.
What is Inverse Mentoring?
If you’re like me, you think of “learning,” but backwards. And it turns out that’s a good place to start because formal learning for at least 150 years has been seen as adult teaching a child in a formal setting such as a school.
That makes sense as it is parents harvesting the fields who have through practice, trial and error taught their children how to use the hoes to weed and break up the soil. Breaking up the soil is the beginning stage of getting results which is producing crops. And “inverse mentoring” works the same way but now it’s the children teaching their parents to produce new crops.
Flipped Teaching and Learning
The “hoes” in the digital world start with ctrl + paste which is copying text or other files from one place to another. Quickly the skills become more complex. Logging into a website that requires not only a password but also a security code sent to your phone means that you have to both use a computer and a phone or navigate multiple applications on your phone.
For a generation of people for whom these skills are not second nature, they could use some practice in the field. Fortunately, there is a generation of people for whom these skills are second nature. And that’s where inverse mentoring comes in.
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In the first 12 weeks of Dr. Z, I am happy to announce a number of very exciting milestones and it all starts with the guests. Thank you Ezra Smith, Steve Przymus, Jay Sanguinetti, Stephen Bieda III, Robert Poole, Michael Sayle, Rachel Kraut, Peta Long, Monx Rojo, Tarik Bel-Bahar, Stephen Jarvis, Steve Donaldson, Elmar Sprink, Tatiana Narvaez, Lloyd Tucker, Liam Barnett, Alexandre Humeau, Holly Miyagawa, Robert W. Fuller, Jacqui Bauer, Steve Farley, Lea Marquez Peterson, Billy Kovacs, Edmund Marquez, Kate C., Benton Leitner, Harp Concepts, Billy Bulanti, ProperMale, Nelson Freytes, Julie Lesage, Pierre Charland, Transplant Cafe, Transplant News, Mitch Pisik, Bailey Brooks and many, many more to come …