Tag Archives: Teaching

Community Projects: Hands-On Learning With a Purpose

(metal clicks) – [Student] That one won’t go. – When we turn on the hoverboard, what’s gonna happen? – [Student] It’s gonna hit. – Because our students participate in meaningful projects, they are able to think outside of the box. They learn empathy and realize that their dreams may become a reality. (clapping) – Are… Read More »

What Was Life Like? Episode 5: Medieval | Meet a Medieval Monk

When sleep is sweetest we rise at the bidding of a bell. There is no moment for idleness or self-indulgence. Everywhere peace, Everywhere serenity, and a marvellous freedom from the tumult of the world. Hi I’m Emily, and I’m Sam, we’re here at Rievaulx Abbey. We’re here to discover what it was like to live… Read More »

Intelecom Learning: A Non-Profit Service of California Community Colleges

In 1970 a consortium of California community colleges was created for the purpose of producing televised courses for college credit. A production unit was established for this consortium, which came to be known as Intelecom Learning. This arrangement represented, and still represents, a unique governance structure within the California community college system. [Nabil Abu-Ghazaleh, President,… Read More »

Developmental Services Worker – Durham College

Developmental service worker program is helping people who have intellectual or developmental disabilities, um, as well as physical disabilities, it’s helping them, sort of get integrated in the community. When people think of developmental disabilities they automatically think of, you know, autism and down syndrome, but there is so much more out there as well.… Read More »

Being an Introvert is a Good Thing. | Crystal Robello | TEDxStMaryCSSchool

Translator: Mohand Habchi Reviewer: Khoa Ta I’m here today trying to be something I’m not. Which is something I’ve been trying to do for two years now: write a TED Talk, share my ideas, talk in front of such a large group of people. I know a lot of you are probably thinking, “She sounds… Read More »

Strange Fire Q&A: Answering the Critics (Selected Scriptures)

PHIL: It turns out that some of our Charismatic friends and brothers are not happy with you and… JOHN: This is true. PHIL: They’ve been writing a flood of criticisms and complaints and questions about the conference and your book and I’ve collected some of those and I want to ask them to you tonight.… Read More »

Philanthropy and Service-Learning: Why do they matter?

[Music] [What do you think Philanthropy is?] [Isn’t that stamp collecting? It’s a type of pastry! Isn’t it a theory about life?]>>Philanthropy – it’s a pretty big word and an important one, too. It comes from the Greek “filo” which means friend, and if you translate it directly, it is “love of mankind” or “caring… Read More »

Linking Administrative and Survey Data: Session 6

[Ambyr] Good afternoon and welcome to Session 6, the final session of the Linking Administrative Data with Survey Data, virtual data training. I am your host, Ambyr Amen-Ra, and the data project manager here at ICPSR on the campus of the University of Michigan. I’d like to introduce Rupa Datta, who will discuss budgeting, evaluating… Read More »

Turtle Creek Elementary – Community Service Projects

TEACHER: We put together a kindness unit. Part of the unit was doing a project where your kids would get involved in service work. So, we brainstormed as a class and I had each student vote on what they wanted to do. So we came up with three different projects. I had one group of… Read More »