We are definitely back into the swing of things with the latest episode of the Cast of Dads Podcast. And personally, I believe that the topics we covered in Episode #32 should be one that is of interest to parents across the country.
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The Cast of Dads Podcast #32 was really focused on a variety of topics:
- Do you capture your child’s every action on video?
- When is the digital lifestyle is too much?
- Protecting your kids the non-tech way
- Proper compensation for teachers vs coaches
- CNN interviews “the new online dad”
Well, I guess that you will have to listen to the podcast to get the details! And out deepest sympathies go out to the friends, family and those affected by the tragedy that occurred in Rutgers.
Here are the topics we covered in Episode 32:
- Brad’s youngest takes his first steps
- Are we expected to capture every special moment?
- Rutgers Student Suicide due to a webcam
- Technology amplifies hate
- Emily Explains It
- How much to share of our kids online?
- Pick-up Passwords
- Americas Most Wanted
- NBC’s Education Nation
- Waiting For Superman
- Thoughts on education
- Need for diversity in schools
- TED Video on Education
- Paying for coaches, so why not teachers?
- UC Berkley Athletic cuts
- CNN coverage of Dads
- Daddy Clay calls out the perception of Dads
- Michael is creative shopping for a car
If you have questions or ideas for topics that you would like us to cover (remember, between all of us we have 13 children ranging from newborns to young adults), just send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us at @CastofDads! Also, our podcast listener base is growing! If you are interested in sponsoring our podcast for an episode or a month, be sure to contact us!
Cast of Dads is a group of podcasting and blogging dads who gather to gab about fatherhood. The cast of dads includes C.C. Chapman , Jeffrey Sass , Max Kalehoff , Michael Sheehan , and Brad Powell, who collectively represent 13 kids from the youngest of babies to full grown adults. Each of them brings a unique perspective to being a father.
HTD says: How do you protect your kids? What do you think about the current state of education?