Yoga In The Classroom, Winter Storm And Weather Outlook, African American History Class In Madison

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An African American history class in Madison aims to help people understand how race issues shape our world today. The organizer behind the class explains how this knowledge can lead to more effective change in communities. We also learn how an education expert is using yoga to improve classrooms around Wisconsin, and we talk to a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Green Bay about the winter storm hitting Wisconsin this week and an El Nino outlook.

Featured in this Show

  • Using Yoga To Improve Classrooms For Teachers And Students

    When an education professor at UW-Madison noticed her student-teachers seemed stressed and burnt out, she used yoga to promote wellness and mindfulness among her students. She has since started a non-profit called Breathe For Change, which is expanding in public schools around the state. The founder shares the history of Breathe for Change, and explains how yoga improves education for everyone.

  • Winter Storm Hits Wisconsin, Groundhog Predicts Early Spring, El Nino Outlook

    On Groundhog Day, Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring. We talk to a meteorlogist with the National Weather Service in Green Bay about the winter storm in Wisconsin this week, the Groundhog Day prediction of an early spring, and the El Nino outlook.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Matt Oleson Producer
  • Amanda Magnus Producer
  • Ilana Nankin Guest
  • Jeff Last Guest

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